ISLAMABAD: Six-member national cycling teams will leave to Bangkok to take part in the Asian Cycling Chamionship on February 8.
Secretary General, Pakistan Cycling Federation, Azhar Ali Shah said that the six members team will be consisted on four men and two women.
Men cyclist are Naimat Ali,Habibullah, Zeeshan Ali and Mohammad Sajid. While women cyclist are Rajia and Raheela Bano. Moazam Ali and Ishtiaq Mobeenwill be team manager and coach respectively.
Asian Cycling Championship was started from February 4 at Thailand. The cyclists of 42 countries are participating in the Championship, while Pakistani cyclists will take part in the road event.
The championship will continue till February 12. Azhar Shah said that training camp of the national cyclists are going underway at Pakistan Sports Complex here for the preparation of the Asian Cycling Championship and the Coaches are giving training to the cyclist.
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