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Downhill dash at Phnom Baseth

Downhill dash at Phnom Baseth

Som Kim Hy leads a group of D-category cyclists in round three of the five-race Cambodia Mountain Bike Series at Phnom Baseth, 35 kilometres north of Phnom Penh, yesterday. Local rider Hong Chanmakara finished first in the 20-kilometre A-category race with a time of 58 minutes, 45 seconds. About 75 riders took part in yesterday's event with fun had by many, but not all. The next round is tentatively scheduled for September 12 in Siem Reap.


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