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Cycling Championship set for seaside resort this weekend

Cycling Championship set for seaside resort this weekend

A field of 218 cyclists hailing from 11 clubs across the Kingdom will participate in the 2011 National Cycling Championships held around Sihanoukville town this weekend. According to officials from the Department of Physical Education and Sports, Friday’s cycle speedway race will cover a distance of 120 kilometres along National Highway 4, ending at the Independence Monument stupa in Sihanoukville. Saturday’s bicycle trial over 40 kilometres of rougher terrain will begin at the Independence Monument and finish at Sihanoukville port.

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