ASIAN ROAD CYCLING CHAMPIONSHIPS 2020


40th Asian Road Cycling Championships.

27th Asian Junior Road Championships.

9th Asian Para Road Cycling Championships.

       

 This event has been RESHEDULED. New date will be announced soon!

1. Technical Handbook. Download here (PDF format).

2. Race Programme. Download here (PDF format).

DATE

EVENT

TYPE

TIME

DISTANCE/VENUE

LAP

15 MARCH 2020 (SUNDAY)

TEAM ARRIVALS

 

 

 

 

16 MARCH 2020 (MONDAY)

MEETINGS (ORGANIZER/TECHNICAL/COMMISSAIRE)

 

0900 1100hrs

TBC

 

 

RIDERS CONFIRMATION/ PLATE DISTRIBUTION /LICENCE

CHECKS

1100 1300hrs

TBC

 

TEAM MANAGER’S MEETING

1715 1800hrs

TBC

 

MEN ELITE - TEAM TIME TRIAL

TTT

0900hrs

93.6km

8

17 MARCH 2020

WOMEN ELITE - TEAM TIME TRIAL

TTT

1100hrs

46.8km

4

(TUESDAY)

 

 

 

 

 

 

MEN PARA - INDIVIDUAL TIME TRIAL

ITT

1430hrs

23.4km

2

 

WOMEN PARA - INDIVIDUAL TIME TRIAL

ITT

1530hrs

11.7km

1

 

MEN JUNIOR - INDIVIDUAL TIME TRIAL

ITT

0900hrs

23.4km

2

18 MARCH 2020

 

 

 

 

 

(WEDNESDAY)

MEN UNDER 23 - INDIVIDUAL TIME TRIAL

ITT

1100hrs

35.1km

3

 

WOMEN JUNIOR - INDIVIDUAL TIME TRIAL

ITT

1430hrs

11.7km

1

 

ASIAN CYCLING CONFEDERATION CONGRESS

 

1000hrs

TBC

 

19 MARCH 2020

MEN ELITE - INDIVIDUAL TIME TRIAL

ITT

0900hrs

46.8km

4

(THURSDAY)

 

 

 

 

 

 

WOMEN UNDER 23 - INDIVIDUAL TIME TRIAL

ITT

1100hrs

23.4km

2

 

WOMEN ELITE - INDIVIDUAL TIME TRIAL

ITT

1430hrs

23.4km

2

 

MEN MASTER - INDIVIDUAL TIME TRIAL

ITT

1530hrs

23.4km

2

20 MARCH 2020

MEN JUNIOR INDIVIDUAL ROAD RACE

IRR

0900hrs

117.8km

2

(FRIDAY)

 

 

 

 

 

 

MEN UNDER 23 INDIVIDUAL ROAD RACE

IRR

0900hrs

117.8km

2

 

WOMEN JUNIOR INDIVIDUAL ROAD RACE

IRR

1430hrs

58.9km

1

21 MARCH 2020

WOMEN UNDER 23 INDIVIDUAL ROAD RACE

IRR

0900hrs

117.8km

2

(SATURDAY)

 

 

 

 

 

 

WOMEN ELITE INDIVIDUAL ROAD RACE

IRR

0900hrs

117.8km

2

 

MEN MASTER INDIVIDUAL ROAD RACE

IRR

0900hrs

58.9km

2

22 MARCH 2020 (SUNDAY)

MEN ELITE INDIVIDUAL ROAD RACE

IRR

0900hrs

176.7km

3

Artikel asal di http://www.stadiumastro.com

Selepas meraih pingat gangsa dalam acara keirin, jaguh berbasikal trek negara, Azizulhasni Awang, berada di landasan tepat untuk menambah satu lagi keyayaan dalam acara pecut apabila menempatkan diri dalam separuh akhir Kejohanan Berbasikal Trek Dunia di Berlin hari ini.

A never-give-up attitude saw Azizulhasni Awang fight back from the brink of defeat to ensure Malaysia go back with at least one gold medal in the elite ranks of the Asian Cycling Championships in Jakarta, Indonesia.

The 31-year-old cyclist lost the first heat of the final to China’s top sprinter Xu Chao and the pressure was on him to win the next one to keep his dream of regaining the Asian title alive.

Original article at https://www.nst.com.my

THE big guns have arrived and are ready to race in what will be a very special edition of the Petronas Le Tour de Langkawi (LTdL) which flags off its silver jubilee in Kuching tomorrow.

Leading the cast is South Africa-based WorldTeam NTT Pro Cycling whose hopes in the general classification (GC) will be led by Louis Meintjes.

The South African, placed in the top-10 at both the Tour de France and Vuelta Espana in the past, is eager to stamp his mark on LTdL.

NTT, previously named Team Dimension Data, took back-to-back overall wins at LTdL in 2016-2017 through Reinardt Janse Van Rensburb and Ryan Gibbons.

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