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Brunei cyclists face difficult outing
Tuesday, August 22, 2017

BRUNEI Darussalam national cyclists endured a disappointing campaign in the Men’s Criterium which was held along the vicinity of Dataran Putrajaya in the 29th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games.

The best rider from the nation, who set his sight on a good showing, was Abdul Hadrie Morsidi who finished in 16th place.

Andrew Mikha bin Sianong was the next best finisher from the country in 28th place followed by Muhd Rafiuddin bin Zakaria in 30th place.

Azmi Abdul Hadzid, who had been in tremendous form before the SEA Games, finished in a lowly 34th out of 41 entrants.

Ahmad Rifa’ie bin Haji Johor and Muhammad Nurjamri bin Johari failed to finish the race.

Malaysia’s Harrif Salleh won gold after crossing the line with a time of 59 minutes and 35 seconds while Thailand’s Thanawut Sanikwathi claimed silver with Harrif’s brother Zamri settling for bronze.

Courtesy from Borneo Bulletin