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Sprint champ Azizulhasni pays heavy price for underestimating opponents

REIGNING Asian Games sprint champion Azizulhasni Awang underestimated the opposition in men’s keirin and paid a heavy price for it.

Sandwiched: Malaysia’s Azizulhasni Awang (centre) in action during the men’s keirin final at the Jakarta International Velodrome yesterday. He settled for the bronze medal.

Azizulhasni bags bronze in pet keirin event


JAKARTA: Azizulhasni Awang settled for the bronze medal in his pet keirin event on the final day of the track cycling competition at the Jakarta International Velodrome on Friday (Aug 31).

The moustache comes off for Azizul after sprint gold

IT was time for the moustache to come off after Azizulhasni Awang kept to his word by delivering a cycling gold medal for Malaysia in superb style.

Off it goes: Azizulhasni Awang getting his moustache shaved by a Malaysian official after winning the sprint gold yesterday.
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Azizulhasni Awang bags sprint cycling gold at Asian Games

JAKARTA: Azizulhasni Awang rediscovered his best form to become the first Malaysian to win the men's sprint gold medal in Asian Games cycling history.

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Cyclist Azizulhasni in men's sprint final, Muhammad Shah out

JAKARTA: Cyclist Azizulhasni Awang has stormed into the men's sprint final, but there will be no 1-2 finish for Malaysia after his younger teammate Muhammad Shah Firdaus Sahrom was eliminated in the semis at Jakarta International Velodrome on Thursday (Aug 30) this morning.

 Azizulhasni Awang (left) in action at Jakarta International Velodrome. -Reuters

Azizulhasni and Shah Firdaus power into the semi-finals of sprint event

CYCLISTS Azizulhasni Aw­­ang and Muhammad Shah Firdaus Sahrom (pic) pedalled their way to the semi-finals of the men's sprint competition after winning their last-eight battles in contrasting fashions.

Froome, Thomas to lead Team Sky's Tour of Britain bid

(Reuters) - Grand Tour winners Chris Froome and Geraint Thomas have been named in the Team Sky squad for the Tour of Britain as part of a strong six-rider lineup that also includes Wout Poels, Vasil Kiryienka, Ian Stannard and Lukasz Wisniowski.

King storms to career best victory in Vuelta

MADRID (Reuters) - Ben King earned the biggest victory of his career by emphatically out-sprinting Nikita Stalnov in a summit finish on stage four of the Vuelta a Espana on Tuesday.

Azizul: We’ve what it takes to get a 1-2 finish

CYCLIST Azizulhasni Awang wants a 1-2 finish in the individual events to stamp Malaysia’s mark in the Asian region.

Viviani sprints to victory in Vuelta stage three

MADRID (Reuters) - Elia Viviani sprinted to victory in stage three of the Vuelta a Espana on Monday, holding off Italian compatriot Giacomo Nizzolo, as Michal Kwiatkowski retained the red jersey.

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