ISLAMABAD: An eight-member Pakistan cycling squad will depart for Bangkok, Thailand on Sunday to participate in Asian Cycling Championship.
Secretary General Pakistan Cycling Federation (PCF) Azhar Ali Shah said that Pakistan squad would be consisted of four men and two women cyclists.
Men cyclists are Naimat Ali, Habibullah, Zeeshan Ali and Muhammad Sajid, while women cyclists are Rajia and Raheela Bano. Moazam Ali and Ishtiaq Mobeen will accompany the cyclists as manager and coach, respectively.
Cyclists from 42 countries are participating in different events of the championship that commenced on Wednesday. Pakistani cyclists will take part in the road event. The championship will continue till February 12.
Azhar Shah said that the federation had organized training camp for the national cyclists at Pakistan Sports Complex where they underwent a tough training.
Here for the preparation of the Asian Cycling Championship and the Coaches are giving training to the cyclist.