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Monday, March 30, 2009

Thank You ..Silver For Malaysians

there s nothing much i could say in breezing Poland...just to depict how happy i am to bring a medal to Malaysia eventually..Thanks for the support and pray..i 'm so excited to go back home..Malaysia here i come..!!even my luck in Keirin wasn't there...just to express how Syukur and HAPPY I am now....Thank God!Here i am,Silver medalist in World Championship in Sprint 2009!Lots more to learn ...especially in dealing with top riders...thank you once again everyone...
im so thankful and appreciate everything u guys had done to me....Malaysia Boleh!!!!Hopefully,the youngsters gonna realise that "size doesnt matter" dont simply give up !!Be yourself.....and confident !!!Salam from Poland...................!!

Sunday, March 29, 2009

Azizulhasni menang perak Kejohanan Dunia



AZIZULHASNI Awang (kiri) bersama Gregory Bauge (tengah) dan pemenang tempat ketiga, Kevin Sireau pada penyampaian hadiah acara pecut Kejohanan Trek Dunia di Pruszkow, semalam. – AFP


KUALA LUMPUR – Satu lagi sejarah baru tercipta apabila jaguh pecut berbasikal trek negara, Azizulhasni Awang berjaya menyumbang pingat perak menerusi acara pecut pada Kejohanan Dunia, semalam.

Selepas Rizal Tisin meraih gangsa menerusi acara 1km ujian masa, kelmarin Azizulhasni memberi kegembiraan berganda buat Malaysia yang tidak pernah menang pingat pada Kejohanan Dunia dalam sejarah lebih 50 tahun sukan lumba basikal negara.

Walaupun bukan pingat emas tetapi ia sudah cukup membanggakan terutama kejayaannya layak ke perlumbaan akhir di samping menewaskan jaguh-jaguh handalan dunia di Pruzskow, Poland ini.

Malah, pencapaian yang ditunjukkan Azizulhasni ini dicipta terlalu awal daripada yang dijangkakan terutama dalam usia yang masih muda dan masih kurang pengalaman.

Cuma nasib sahaja tidak menyebelahinya untuk mencatat sejarah lebih besar semalam kerana Azizulhasni sebenarnya mampu meraih emas jika tidak kerana silap strategi di saringan penentuan.

Selepas tewas saringan pertama, Azizulhasni bangkit untuk memenangi saringan kedua tetapi kecetekan pengalaman menyaksikan dia terpaksa akur dengan kehebatan lawannya dari Perancis, Gregory Bauge yang lebih besar saiz fizikal daripadanya pada saringan ketiga.

Namun, apa jua yang dicapainya, Azizulhasni sudah pun mencipta sejarah menjadi pelumba terbaik dan pertama Malaysia meraih pingat perak dari Kejohanan Dunia ini diikuti Rizal yang meraih gangsa.

Terdahulu di separuh akhir, Azizulhasni menewaskan pelumba Australia yang juga rakan sepelatihnya di Melbourne, Shane Perkins dengan kemenangan mutlak 2-0.

Sepanjang laluannya ke akhir, Azizulhasni turut menewaskan Rizal di pusingan pertama diikuti Gauge di pusingan kedua.

Selepas itu di suku akhir, Azizulhasni menewaskan pemenang pingat perak keirin Sukan Olimpik Beijing, Ross Edgar dari Britain sebelum menjadikan Perkins mangsa seterusnya.

Presiden Persekutuan Kebangsaan Berbasikal Malaysia (PKBM), Abu Samah Wahab ketika diminta mengulas pencapaian Azizulhasni berkata, pelumba negara berusia 21 tahun itu mekar lebih awal daripada yang dijangkakan.

“Azizul benar-benar telah membanggakan kita. Saya sendiri menganggap perak yang diraihnya itu adalah emas. Ia memang di luar dugaan kita sebenarnya,” kata Abu Samah.

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Team Sprint- 6th

its was a fascinating results after we got no 6th for team sprint !!
we obtained what we need....as no 6th is our 1st target...

it's our 3rd fastest time. We went faster at the Olympics 44.7 and 44.8 and yesterday was 44,9

in regard, i break my own personal record and national record for my 1st lap :17.992
Thanks to everyone who supports and prays for me...Dont forget to watch me and others in next event..Especially my favorite event..Keirin!
Till then,,

adios from POLAND

Men's Keirin
26/March/2009


1 6 ELLIS Daniel AUS
86 PTACNIK Adam CZE
124 SIREAU Kévin FRA
136 KENNY Jason GBR
150 BERGEMANN Carsten GER
220 MULDER Teun NED
307 VYNOKUROV Andrii UKR


2 11 PERKINS Shane AUS
65 NARVAEZ ROMERO Leonardo Alfredo COL
102 MAZQUIARAN URIA Hodei ESP
157 LEVY Maximilian GER
170 VOLIKAKIS Christos GRE
215 NG ONN LAM Josiah MAS
249 KUCZYNSKI Kamil POL


3 99 ESCUREDO RAIMONDEZ José Antonio ESP
132 CRAMPTON Matthew GBR
198 WATANABE Kazunari JPN
212 AWANG Azizulhasni MAS
239 VAN VELTHOOVEN Simon NZL
263 BORISOV Sergey RUS
297 SELLIER Christopher TRI


4 10 NIBLETT Jason AUS
24 FORDE Barry BAR
42 SMITH Travis CAN
123 PERVIS François FRA
134 EDGAR Ross GBR
197 SATO Tomokazu JPN
222 SCHMIDT Yondi NED

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Ayuh bakar trek!





TRIO HARAPAN...Azizulhasni (depan), Josiah (tengah)
dan Rizal miliki peluang cerah untuk menggegarkan
Pruzskow.

CABARAN trio basikal negara, Mohd Azizulhasni Awang, Rizal Tisin dan Josiah Ng di Kejohanan Trek Dunia di Pruszkow, Poland akan bermula secara rasmi hari ini menerusi pecut berpasukan.

Selain itu kontinjen basikal negara ke Poland akan turut menyertai acara keirin dan pecut menerusi pelumba harapan negara, Azizul disamping Rizal yang akan mengibarkan cabaran dalam 1 kilometer ujian masa.

Kejohanan berlangsung lima hari itu menyaksikan harapan jelas disandarkan kepada Azizul yang turut menyarung jersi Putih, selaku pelumba yang menduduki ranking pertama dunia menerusi acara keirin dalam pemburuan jersi Pelangi jika mampu bergelar juara dunia.

Semua itu tampak cerah bagi anak muda Terengganu itu, merealisasikan hasrat berkenaan ditambah pula tanpa kehadiran Chris Hoy. juara bertahan dari Britain kerana mengalami kecederaan yang belum pulih sepenuhnya.
Azizul berkata, dia kini sudah bersedia menyahut cabaran dan yakin akan kemampuan dirinya dalam memberi yang terbaik selepas berjaya meraih dua pingat emas di Kejohanan Piala Dunia yang berlangsung di Melbourne dan Beijing China.

“Semua orang berlatih dengan gigih begitu juga kami. Kini saya sudah bersedia sepenuhnya dan dalam peringkat persiapan terakhir saya.

“Semoga semuanya berjalan dengan lancar tanpa berlaku sebarang kesilapan daripada segi teknikal mahupun taktikal ketika perlumbaan berlangsung.

“Terima kasih di atas sokongan dan galakan yang diberikan. Saya akan memberikan yang terbaik dan berharap emas akan berada di dalam genggaman sebagai balasan buat mereka yang menyokong saya dan juga kepada Malaysia,” katanya.

Berbekalkan tempoh seminggu untuk menyesuaikan diri dengan trek dan cuaca sejuk setibanya ke Poland, 15 Mac lalu, Azizul akan turun mengibarkan cabaran seterusnya esok menerusi acara keirin dan pecut, Sabtu ini.

Azizulhasni berpeluang

Azizulhasni berpeluang


MOHD AZIZULHASNI AWANG


KUALA LUMPUR – Peluang jaguh keirin negara, Azizulhasni Awang untuk membawa pulang pingat pertama dalam sejarah sukan berbasikal Malaysia daripada Kejohanan Trek Dunia yang bermula di Pruskow, Poland hari ini tampak cerah berikutan ketiadaan jaguh-jaguh handalan dari Britain.

Penarikan diri juara keirin Sukan Olimpik Beijing tahun lalu, Chris Hoy kerana cedera memberi ruang yang lebih baik buat Azizulhasni untuk melakukan sesuatu yang bermakna.

Presiden Persekutuan Kebangsaan Berbasikal Malaysia (PKBM), Abu Samah Wahab berkata, ketiadaan Hoy meninggalkan Azizulhasni hanya perlu mengatasi pencabar dari Perancis dan Jerman.

“Memang kita dah tahu Chris tidak bertanding tetapi Azizul masih perlu bekerja keras untuk sekurang-kurangnya membawa pulang pingat menerusi acara keirin ini.

“Cukuplah kita letak sasaran realistik untuk Azizul menang pingat saja dulu di kejohanan dunia kali ini kerana jika sasar emas, tinggi sangat harapan yang terpaksa dipikulnya nanti.

“Lagi pun sasaran utama kita adalah Sukan Olimpik 2012 di London. Namun saya percaya, peluang Azizul untuk menang pingat di Poland nanti tetap ada jika strategi menjadi,” katanya.

Pada keirin Kejohanan Trek Dunia kali ini, Azizulhasni kemungkinan bakal dicabar Kevin Sireau atau Gregory Bauge (Perancis), Ross Edgar (Britain) dan Carsten Bergemann (Jerman).

“Walaupun di Beijing dulu, Azizul hanya menduduki tempat ke-10 tetapi dengan persiapan dan kecergasan yang lebih baik kali ini, saya jangka dia mampu menyerlah,” tegas Abu Samah.

Selain bergandingan dengan Josiah Ng dalam acara keirin dan pecut, Azizulhasni juga akan beraksi dalam acara pecut berpasukan bergandingan dengan seorang lagi pelumba negara, Mohd. Rizal Tisin.

Rizal juga akan beraksi dalam acara 1 kilometer ujian masa individu lelaki untuk menjadikan empat acara kesemuanya disertai pelumba negara di kejohanan dunia kali ini.

Malaysia bagaimanapun menarik diri daripada menyertai acara keirin, pecut dan 500m ujian masa wanita selepas Fatehah Mustapha lewat didaftarkan.

Sementara itu selain Hoy (tiga emas), Britain yang memenangi tujuh daripada 10 emas yang ditawarkan di Beijing tahun lalu turut bertanding tanpa Bradley Wiggin (dua emas) dan Geraint Thomas.

Kejohanan Trek Dunia akan bermula hari ini hingga Ahad ini dengan mempertandingkan 19 acara membabitkan lelaki dan wanita.

Monday, March 9, 2009

off to POLAND

Salam to everyone,

currently im in my final preparation for the WORLD!
ya..everyone is training harder day by day so do us..Malaysian Cyclists..me,Rizal Tisin and Josiah Ng..
i have less than a week to training in Melbourne before we depart to Poland on 15 March 2009..
then,it takes a week for us to training before the race days..
i hope there is a live telecast from Malaysia..because last year...it was..Astro,Eurosport..!
so as my last words,,,thanks a lot for ur encouragement and support...yea..i will do my best for all of u out there...and yeaa hoping for a GOLD still...its for u all..my beloved country..MALAYSIA!
MALAYSIA BOLEH!!!!!AZIZUL BOLEH!

love,
Azizulhasni Awang

Track Cycling World Championship in Pruskow, Poland (Live)@EUROSPORT@ASTRO

Track Cycling World Championship in Pruskow, Poland (Live)
26 Mar 0245 Day 1
27 Mar 0215 Day 2
28 Mar 0215 Day 3
29 Mar 0200 Day 4
29 Mar 2000 Day 5


Sunday Guest: Solid base translates to success By : Azizul Hasni Awang

AT long last, I really feel like the top athlete I always wanted to be.

I will start the World Championships in Poland at the end of this month as the World No 1 in the keirin, am the World Cup keirin champion and I have two World Cup gold medals to show for all the effort we've put in for so long.

But I'll always remember that it was never an easy task getting to this level and all the sacrifices I had to make just to get here, which isn't yet what I really want to achieve.

I still don't have a World Championships and Olympic medal to show, but what we've achieved now has at least earned our cycling team some respect, even from the Europeans and those who never thought we could do it.

The respect that we get now isn't the same as what we got three years ago when everybody just saw Malaysia as a small nation with small riders.
I never blamed them for that because even now, only our elite sprints squad has done something really worthy of international recognition.

Even so, for me as a cyclist, I don't see it as an achievement for the entire cycling scene in our country. We've achieved something, but we're not yet an established cycling nation.

To become that, we need to have a solid base right from the grassroots to the back-up and elite squads.

Right now, if we just look at our back-up squads, we don't really have the numbers and the quality yet. This is also due to many of our best cyclists choosing to quit the sport to focus on work or academic pursuits.

This is because the base and structure we have in the country isn't strong enough to sustain a big pool of riders, who can ride at a high level and sustain their involvement in the sport.

The sport loses out because there isn't an industry to keep the riders in the sport, unlike what we've seen in Australia or in Europe.

To start with, only now do we see cycling making inroads into the national schools agenda.

Although not yet fully established, we've waited long enough for cycling to be part of schools in our country, just like football, badminton and other popular sports.

Imagine if this had been done five years ago. We'd now have battalions of junior road and track riders throughout the country.

Grassroots development is the most vital aspect in cycling, the same as any other sport. I know many have said this before, but the reality is, we've not taken it seriously enough in Malaysia.

We need a strong grassroots for the simple reason to build the numbers in our sport. Having the numbers will inevitably make it more competitive and eventually the products will be athletes with higher capabilities.

Once we've established the grassroots, then we must also look at how to market the sport so that it is well supported by the masses and the corporate sector.

I attended the launch of the Road to London 2012 programme in Kuala Lumpur three weeks ago and it gave me some hope that our pursuit of success in the Olympics will receive adequate support.

The elite and high performance programmes can't just rely on the government, because the National Sports Council (NSC) cannot be overly burdened.

This is why there is much importance in bringing corporate sponsorship into the sport to contribute towards growth all round. Otherwise ,development will only rely on programmes run by the NSC.

In Malaysia, the trend is for the corporate sector to jump in and provide sponsorship, for example, just before a big event like the Olympics or Asian Games.

All the years that we go through preparing for the Games, we rely only on what the NSC or government can give us.

Imagine what we could do with an extra push to go further, with expanded budgets to go those extra kilometres in our preparation, to do more races throughout the year.

Not many look at long-term programmes to support athletes over a number of years leading to the Olympics. We need a bigger commitment from the corporate sector in order for our sport and athletes to grow.

And sport isn't just about the Olympics or Asian Games, it is a way of life each and every day.

So, there has to be real professionalism in all these areas if we are going to grow into an established cycling nation, or better still, a sporting nation -- which is my big dream.

Thursday, March 5, 2009

offer letter from Deakin University..


Excited!excited!excited!
i ll futher my studies soon..so i decided to take Bachelor of Commerce / Sport Management Major Sequence..
The Deakin Bachelor of Commerce is one of the most flexible and broadly based business courses on offer at any Australian university. The Bachelor of Commerce with a major sequence in Sport Management provides sport management education within a broadly based commerce degree, and aims to equip students with the business skills required in the sport industry.

Monday, March 2, 2009

Sid Patterson Grand Prix 2009





Sid Patterson Grand Prix 2009..Saturday February 28
one of the big grand prix in Australia same like Austral Wheelrace and lot more other races..
there were Franco Marvulli(world point race champion,six day race champion) and some of the Germany riders take apart in this race which is made this race more tougher..



Lance Deluca Memorial scratch race

1 Azizul Awing (MAS)
2 Franco Marvulli (SUI)
3 David Pell (Aus)

Abalone King Restaurant Keirin

1 Azizul Awang (Mas)
2 Hafiz Suffian (Mas)
3 Junaidi Nasir (Mas)

Assos Cycling Apparel aces elimination

1 Leif Lampater (Ger)
2 Adiq Othaman (Mas)
3 David Pell (Aus)

Shimano scratch race

1 Kyle Marwood (Aus)
2 Harrif Salleh (Mas)
3 N Corrigan-Martella (Aus)

Baldwin Filters women’s scratch race

1 Fatehah Mustapa (Mas)
2 Jessica Laws (Aus)
3 Peta Stewart (Aus)

Shimano women’s handicap

1 Fatehah Mustapa (Mas) Scratch
2 Jessica Laws (Aus) 45m
3 Thomay Michaltsis (Aus) 65m

Vero motor paced scratch race

1 Harrif Salleh (MAS)
2 Maddison Hammond (Aus)
3 Kyle Marwood (Aus)

Baldwin Filters women’s Keirin

1 Fatehah Mustapa (Mas)
2 Jessica Laws (Aus)
3 Emma Waldron(Aus)

111th Austral Wheelrace 2009-Melbourne

111th Austral Wheelrace Melbourne, Australia, February 14, 2009

Results
1 Shane Perkins (Aus) Victorian Intitute of Sport
2 Azizul Awang (Mal) Malaysian National Team
3 Jason Niblett (Aus) Australian Insitute of Sport
lost by just few millimeters at the finishing line made me really frustrated..last year i became 2nd and this year still 2nd..huh..it was so long to wait next year to repeat it again..anyway,it still great race..and in that picture,i was wearing and testing my new OGK helmet that just arrived a day before that race..see that yellow stripes thing??that special made for me..world no1 keirin rider..all the top keirin rider at japan,they wear that stripe thing as the different between other class riders

Love-smitten Azizul remains focused



HE is the World No 1 in the keirin, UCI World Cup keirin champion and reigning double Asian champion and someone doesn't have an option but to be No 2 in Azizul Hasni Awang's life.
Smitten by the love bug, Azizul promises it will only serve to inspire him further rather than bog him down, more so now as his girlfriend Athiah Ilyana Abdul Samat is closer to him in Australia."We got to know each other through the Friendster online social network and met up at a gym when I was home a year ago. We've been getting closer with time," said Azizul.With uncertainty over whether Britain's Chris Hoy will recover from a hip injury in time for the UCI Track World Championships in Pruskow, Poland on March 25-29, Azizul is among the hot favourites for the keirin gold medal.Malaysia line up with the possibility of registering two of Malaysia's first ever World Championships medals through Azizul and 1km time trial specialist Rizal Tisin.
Rizal too is on top form, having won the gold medal in Round Three of the UCI World Cup in Beijing in January, while the duo will team up with Josiah Ng for the team sprint in which Malaysia should be good for a top eight finish.Questions have been asked of Azizul's focus for the World Championships, more so since Athiah Ilyana moved to Australia to further her studies at the University of Geelong, Deakin last month."Some people may think this will disrupt an athlete's focus. But for me, she provides inspiration and she's very understanding. She knows what I want to achieve as an athlete and she supports me all the way," said Azizul."Having a girlfriend does not necessarily mean an athlete loses focus. That matter has never crossed my mind. It depends on the athlete."As far as his form is concerned, Azizul maintains the team have had just one major goal this season, which is the World Championships, and that is all everything is geared towards.
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