Brunei's Muhammad I'maadi Abd Aziz (R) competes in the 20km scratch race qualifying round at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome during the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. AFP
National cyclist Muhammad I'maadi Abd Aziz was knocked out of the men's 20km scratch race qualifiers at the Commonwealth Games yesterday.
I'maadi failed to finish in the top-12 of the 18-man heat to secure his spot in the final 24 at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome in Glasgow, Scotland. I'maadi kicked off his campaign on Saturday in the men's 40km points race where he barely missed out on the final after finishing a commendable 13th during the 17-cyclist heat.
The top-12 from both heats progressed to the 24-man final, where New Zealand's Thomas Scully went on to seal gold ahead of Isle of Man's Peter Kennaugh and New Zealand's Aaron Gate. Brunei's sole representative at the Games, I'maadi will now be switching bikes to take part in the men's road race for his last event on Sunday.