The cycling team left for Thailand to participate in the Asian Track Cup, which starts today and will continue until the 30th of this month, with the team returning on the 31st of this month after completing the participation. The team’s delegation includes Youssef Mirza, captain of the team, Ahmed Al-Mansoori, Seif Mayouf, Khaled Mayouf, and bike technician Ahmed Mayouf.
The participation comes after the team’s achievement in the Islamic Solidarity Tournament in Turkey, which witnessed it winning five colored medals, two gold, two bronze and one silver.
The captain of the national team, Youssef Mirza, confirmed in a press statement the players’ readiness to participate in the tournament and continue the achievements, as the team aims to compete in the championship races, after the great successes during the last period, whether at the Asian, Arab and Gulf levels. Youssef Mirza thanked the Federation’s Board of Directors for the unlimited support for the national teams and the keenness to be present and participate in all races, which made the UAE bike reach the Asian, Gulf and Arab leadership thanks to this constant presence in the championships.
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