Azizulhasni, who won gold at the 16th Asian Games in Guangzhou, is aiming for Olympic gold, and won't let an accident at the Cologne Grand Prix keep him down.
Let us all pray our pocketrocketman Azizulhasni Awang, Asian keirin champion and Beijing Olympics quarterfinalist in the sprint, recovers quickly from his latest mishap in the Cologne Grand Prix, his final race ahead of the London Olympics. Malaysian local daily Utusan Malaysia carried the report here.
Coach John Beasley has given the assurance Azizulhasni, or Jojo to his friends, will be ready to saddle up on Aug 4 for the sprint. Three days later he will renew his rivalry with 2008 triple gold medallist and current world champ Chris Hoy, who is also Team GB's flagbearer in the opening ceremony, Australia's Shane Perkins, Dutchman Teun Mulder and France's Mickael Bourgain.
With the surgery to remove a nine-inch splinter from his calf muscle after a spectacular crash in the Track World Cup in Manchester still rankles...and widely reported...his fellow Malaysians wish Azizulhasni the best of luck.
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