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KK Cycling Team eye better Saga outing

3rd December, 2019

By FRANCIS XAVIER

KOTA KINABALU: Kota Kinabalu Cycling Team have set a modest target when they compete in the upcoming 2019 Sabah Games (Saga) that will be happening in Keningau from Dec 5 to 12.

Team manager Patrick Wong said they hope to better their Saga Sandakan outing where they won one silver medal in the team time trial event.

“This time we hope to win at least two medals (of any colour),” said Patrick, after the handing over ceremony of the KK Cycling Team jersey yesterday.

A local company, Endurace is sponsoring the team’s jerseys.

The company’s representative Chang Chiew Hien was there to hand over the sponsorship to City Hall Director-General Noorliza Awang Alip.

For the record, Kota Kinabalu City Hall is handling the Kota Kinabalu contingent for the Sabah Games.

On behalf of the team, Patrick, who is also Cycling Association of Kota Kinabalu (CAKK) Secretary, expressed his sincere thanks to Endurace for their support and generosity.

According to Patrick, at this edition of Saga, they will be spearheaded by 14 cyclists including two female. These cyclists, Patrick said have been training under the watchful eyes of four coaches, namely Jr Stanly Jalip, Jali Lukas, Anita Markus and Ag Ibrahim.

The 12 male cyclists are Jonard Ong Chee Wei (road bike), Wayne Arthur John (road bike), Benedict King Reutens (downhill), Awangku Saif Suffian Awang Dzuliskandar (MTB/RB), Maximus Edmund Leslie (MTB/RB), Kelvin Yong Jie Khong (downhill MTB), Chin Hou Zhun (RB/MTB), Niklan Azamy Ibnil (RB/MTB), Don Sylvester Jr (road bike) and Gary Joshua Godfrey Terrence (MTB).

The two female cyclists are Ady Annjilly Pelon (RB/MTB) and Ableynn Yalin (RB/MTB).

   
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