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EPIC SPLINTER UPDATE 

An update on the condition of Azizulhasni Awang and the 7” wooden spike that he took out of the Manchester Velodrome with the flesh of his leg.

Surgery was completed today and the splinter successfully removed, the doctor present suggested he could fly back as early as tomorrow and can ride again in just under a fortnight.  Dude should mount it on a trophy base and put it on the center of his coffee table!

See the video report here.
EPIC SPLINTER UPDATE 

An update on the condition of Azizulhasni Awang and the 7” wooden spike that he took out of the Manchester Velodrome with the flesh of his leg.

Surgery was completed today and the splinter successfully removed, the doctor present suggested he could fly back as early as tomorrow and can ride again in just under a fortnight.  Dude should mount it on a trophy base and put it on the center of his coffee table!

See the video report here.

EPIC SPLINTER UPDATE


An update on the condition of Azizulhasni Awang and the 7” wooden spike that he took out of the Manchester Velodrome with the flesh of his leg.

Surgery was completed today and the splinter successfully removed, the doctor present suggested he could fly back as early as tomorrow and can ride again in just under a fortnight. Dude should mount it on a trophy base and put it on the center of his coffee table!

See the video report here.

TRACK WORLD CUP: KEIRIN FINAL


Here’s the dramatic race which earned Azizulhasni Awang a seven-inch wooden stake through the leg. So crazy!

Results from the rest of the day’s events can be found here.
EPIC SPLINTER! 

There was a huge crash during the Keirin final at the Track World Cup in Manchester today.  As the last man standing, Chris Hoy took the win.  Malaysia’s Azizulhasni Awang wasn’t so lucky — he picked up a gnarly 7-inch splinter from the track surface which pierced cleanly through his leg.  The crashed riders all remounted their bikes and finished the race with Awang coming in third place to take the overall World Cup Keirin title.

Read the full story at Velo News.
EPIC SPLINTER! 

There was a huge crash during the Keirin final at the Track World Cup in Manchester today.  As the last man standing, Chris Hoy took the win.  Malaysia’s Azizulhasni Awang wasn’t so lucky — he picked up a gnarly 7-inch splinter from the track surface which pierced cleanly through his leg.  The crashed riders all remounted their bikes and finished the race with Awang coming in third place to take the overall World Cup Keirin title.

Read the full story at Velo News.

EPIC SPLINTER!


There was a huge crash during the Keirin final at the Track World Cup in Manchester today. As the last man standing, Chris Hoy took the win. Malaysia’s Azizulhasni Awang wasn’t so lucky — he picked up a gnarly 7-inch splinter from the track surface which pierced cleanly through his leg. The crashed riders all remounted their bikes and finished the race with Awang coming in third place to take the overall World Cup Keirin title.

Read the full story at Velo News.

An amazing race video from the Asian Games today.

In the men’s Keirin, Azizulhasni “The Pocket Rocket Man” Awang broke Malaysia’s 40-year Gold medal drought in the Asian Games cycling events. Malaysia made it a one-two punch with fellow countryman Josiah Ng taking the Silver after narrowly missing a dramatic high-speed crash in the last lap.

See more pics on Josiah Ng’s blog.


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