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Cycling Champs sees two team claim distinct honours

Cycling Champs sees two team claim distinct honours

The 2011 National Cycling Championships concluded in Sihanoukville over the weekend, with cyclists from the Ministry of Interior and Flying Bikes teams celebrating podium dominations of the two races. In Friday’s Cycle Speedway event, which featured more than 210 riders competing on 120 kilometres of National Highway 4, Ministry of Interior’s Eng Lin captured gold with a time of 3:20:47:98 ahead of team-mates Srey Panha and Sok Cheakita. In Saturday’s Bicycle Trials competition across a rugged 40-kilometre course, Kheng Sivyi, of Flying Bikes, came home first in 1:15:18:65, while second and third fell to his team-mates Oeu Thoy and Or Savoeun respectively.

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