Mai wins bronze at Asian cycling event

Created 13 February 2018
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Young cyclist Nguyễn Thị Thu Mai brought home one more bronze medal at the Asian Road and Para Cycling Championship which concluded in Myanmar on February 12.

 

Cyclist Nguyễn Thị Thu Mai. — Photo sggp.org.vn

HÀ NỘI — Young cyclist Nguyễn Thị Thu Mai won a bronze medal at the Asian Road and Para Cycling Championship which concluded in Myanmar yesterday.

Mai finished third in the individual women’s U23 70km road race competition in 1hr 59.56min. Zixin Liu from China took gold in 1:59.45, while her compatriot Jiajun Sun won the silver medal in 1:59.50.

Seventeen cyclists from nine nations participated in this category.

Earlier, Nguyễn Thị Thật won a gold medal in the women’s 106km road race and Huỳnh Minh Nghĩa took a bronze medal in the time trial 22km event.

The tournament, which attracted the participation of a total of 415 cyclists from 23 nations, was organised by Asian Cycling Confederation and Myanmar Cycling Federation under the supervision of Ministry of Health and Sports. — VNS

 

Source: VNN

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