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India loved a profitable outing on the Asian Track Cycling Championship with two bronze medals right here on Monday. Ronaldo Singh bagged the nation’s first-ever worldwide medal within the 1km time trial occasion. After three days, India has 20 medals within the kitty.

NEW DELHI: India loved a profitable outing on the Asian Track Cycling Championship with two bronze medals right here on Monday.
Ronaldo Singh bagged the nation’s first-ever worldwide medal within the 1km time trial occasion. After three days, India has 20 medals within the kitty.
World junior champion and Asian report holder Ronaldo pedalled the cycle with a pace of 58.254 km/hr and clocked 1:01.798s to return within the leaderboard.
He received the bronze medal within the 1km time trial occasion of the boys’s senior class. This was his and India’s first-ever medal on this occasion.
Yuta Obara of Japan received gold with 1:01.118s (pace 59.902 km/h), Malaysia’s bike owner Mohammad Fadhil clocked 1:01.639s to assert the silver.
“I got here right here for the gold however needed to be glad with the bronze. I simply repeated my final yr’s efficiency, which was not sufficient for gold, to vary the color of the medal.
“I’ve to focus extra on my approach,” Ronaldo mentioned.
About his Olympic plans, Ronaldo added, “I want to construct a group for the group dash occasion the place we’ve got already received a world junior medal. It would give extra publicity to the Indian cycling group, paving the way in which for versatility in our efficiency as a nation.”
Another bronze was added by Birjit Yumnam who pulled away from Ilya Karabutov (Kazakhstan) and Amir Ali (Iran) after 35 laps to assert the third place within the 40-lap race of 10km in males’s junior class.
Hwarang KIM of Korea secured the gold, whereas Zulfahmi Aiman of Malaysia completed second.

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