TRACK ASIA CUP 2016 REVIEW
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TRACK ASIA CUP 2016 REVIEW

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The Cycling Federation of India hosted the third edition of the Track Asia Cup, this year. Hosted at the Indoor Cycling Velodrome at the Indira Gandhi sports complex, between September 14th and 16th. Competing in this event were 13 teams from 12 Asian Countries -åÊ China, Hong Kong, Iran, UAE, Kazakhstan, Pakistan, Nepal,åÊ Taiwan, Macau, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Uzbekistan and India.

INDIA'S PARTICIPATION AND OUTCOME

The Indian contingent comprised of 29 talented cyclists who gave it their all at this year's event. They placed second after the final day with a total of 18 medals won- 5 gold, 4 silver and 7 bronze.

GOLD MEDALS

WOMEN ELITE:

Sprint ‰ÛÒ Deborah

500m Time Trial ‰ÛÒ Deborah

Team Sprint ‰ÛÒ Team India

WOMEN JUNIOR:

Sprint ‰ÛÒ Nayana Rajesh

Team Sprint ‰ÛÒ Team India

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SILVER MEDALS:

WOMEN ELITE:

Keirin ‰ÛÒ Deborah

WOMEN JUNIOR:

Sprint ‰ÛÒ Anu Chutia

500m Time Trial ‰ÛÒ Alena Reji

MEN JUNIOR:

Team Sprint ‰ÛÒ Team India

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BRONZE MEDALS:

WOMEN ELITE:

Keirin ‰ÛÒ Kezia Vargheese

3km Individual Pursuit ‰ÛÒ Raj Kumari Abe Devi

Team Pursuit ‰ÛÒ Team India

MEN JUNIOR:

Sprint ‰ÛÒ Sanuraj Paul Sanandaraj

Keirin ‰ÛÒ Emerson

1 km Time Trial ‰ÛÒ Sanuraj Paul Sanandaraj

Team Pursuit ‰ÛÒ Team India

The Indian cycling coach, Mr R.K. Sharma was extremely proud of his disciples at the end of the event and has high expectations out of them, especially the junior team, for the events to come. India and Bahrain will be co-hosting the Asian Track Racing Championship in February next year. This event will see participation from 31 countries, including India.

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