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Azizul plays ideal mentor as Malaysia sprint to team silver

AZIZULHASNI Awang played the mentor’s role to perfection as he combined with Muha­mmad Shah Firdaus Sahrom and Muhammad Fadhil Zonis to give Malaysia a sweet silver on the opening day of track cycling competition.

Well done: (from left) Azizulhasni Awang, Muhammad Shah Firdaus Sahrom and Muhammad Fadhil Zonis in action during the men’s team sprint final at the Jakarta International Velodrome yesterday.

Silver for Malaysia in cycling at Asian Games

JAKARTA: Malaysia earned a breakthrough silver medal in the men's team sprint event as track cycling commenced at the Jakarta International Velodrome on Monday (Aug 27).

Azizul aims to kill two birds with one stone

A NATIONAL record. A podium finish.

Dennis takes red on day one of Vuelta

MADRID (Reuters) - Rohan Dennis took the leader's red jersey on day one of the Vuelta a España, winning the time trial in the eight-kilometre opening stage of the third grand tour of the year.

Asian games - CAS bars Olympic silver medallist Zabelinskaya after country switch

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Olympic silver medallist Olga Zabelinskaya was excluded from the road cycling at the Asian Games on Thursday after the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) backed an earlier decision blocking the Russia-born athlete from racing for Uzbekistan.

Cycling - Open Vuelta offers redemption for riders scarred by Giro and Tour

MALAGA (Reuters) - With reigning champion Chris Froome and Tour de France winner Geraint Thomas out of the picture, the Vuelta a Espana is set to be a wide-open battle between riders looking to make up for poor showings in the year's other Grand Tours.

Japan are our No. 1 rivals, Azizul warns Malaysia

TRACK cyclist Azizulhasni Awang sees Japan as the biggest threat to Malaysia’s hopes of winning gold at the Asian Games in Jakarta.

Cycling - Kwiatkowski, De la Cruz to lead Team Sky charge in Vuelta

(Reuters) - Team Sky named Michal Kwiatkowski and David de la Cruz in their line-up for the Vuelta a Espana which begins on Saturday, with Tour de France winner Geraint Thomas and last year's champion Chris Froome opting out, the team announced on Wednesday.

Tsunami survivor Deborah ready to make Asiad waves in cycling

HAVING spent five days as a child clinging to a tree in the wake of a tsunami, Indian cyclist Deborah Herold has some perspective on the concept of fear of failure in the sporting arena.

Tsunami-survivor Herold ready to make Asiad waves

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Having spent five days as a child clinging to a tree in the wake of a tsunami, Indian cyclist Deborah Herold has some perspective on the concept of fear of failure in the sporting arena.

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