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Olympic qualifier Asian Track Cycling Championships to be held in Delhi from June 18-22

Olympic qualifier Asian Track Cycling Championships to be held in Delhi from June 18-22

Olympic qualifier Asian Track Cycling Championships to be held in Delhi from June 18-22 Jai Hindley becomes first Australian Giro champion Jai Hindley on brink…

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Olympic qualifier Asian Track Cycling Championships to be held in Delhi from June 18-22

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NEW DELHI: Big-ticket cycling competition returns to the country with the national federation hosting the Asian Track Championships, a top label tournament of the world body and an Olympic ranking point event, from June 18-22 at the state-of-the-art velodrome here.
The prestigious continental event, which will be held along with the junior and para Asian Track Cycling Championships at the Indoor Cycling Velodrome at the IGI Complex, was to be held in February but was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It is one of Asia’s biggest cycling event.
"This championships is an UCI (world cycling governing body) level 1 event and also a qualifying event for 2024 Olympics. Points garnered from this event will be counted for ranking purposes for the 2024 Olympics," Asian Cycling Federation Secretary General Onkar Singh said at a press conference.
Around 500 cyclists from 20 countries in all sections of elite men, elite women, junior men and junior women will compete in the championships being held two-and-half-years after the last edition in Korea in 2019.
"There will record number of participants as this is the first Asian cycling event after the pandemic. Secondly, this is the first qualifying […]

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