Azizulhasni says Nurul Izzah’s success in India will bring new prospects to Malaysian sports.

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 26 — National track cyclist Nurul Izza Izati Asli’s success in winning the women’s keirin gold medal at the 2024 Asian Track Cycling Championships (ACC) held in New Delhi Not only has it changed the competitive landscape, but it is a positive indicator for the future of the sport in this country.

The 20-year-old cyclist certainly has a bright future ahead of him, especially in a sport that has been dominated by male cyclists such as Datuk Azizulhasni Awang.

Azizul Hasni, also known as Pocket Rocket Man for his prowess and winning numerous titles and honors for his country on the world stage, is only 1.52 meters tall, but Nurul has proven that size does not determine success. Expressing confidence, he said: Any athlete.

“Yesterday’s successful gold medal win at the ACC in New Delhi, India is good news for the cycling team, especially as it is the first Asian title for Nurul Izzah @izzahmdasri.

“The ACC in New Delhi is the perfect time and place for cyclists from all over the world to unleash their potential and excel on the international stage, including winning titles.

“Nurul Izzah (Izzati) showed enough courage and determination to overcome any adversity and defeat his opponent,” he said via a Facebook post today.

Kedah-born Nurul Izzah defeated China’s Tong Meng Qi at the Indira Gandhi Velodrome in New Delhi, ending her country’s 12-year gold medal drought in women’s keirin.

Azizulhasni also praised Anis Amira Rosidi, who showed great performance during the race and won the bronze medal despite having to compete in the race with an injury.

“To brothers Muhammad Shah Firdaus Salom @shahfirdaus95 and Muhammad Ridwan Shahlom @muhammad_ridwan01, Mr. Azizulhasni also praised their efforts. The brothers never gave up hope and strived for excellence and success. I hope you keep working hard,” he said. — Bernama

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