The Pocket Rocketman does it again!
Cyclist Azizulhasni Awang continues to make Malaysia proud.
In his latest feat, he won a bronze medal in the Track Cycling World Championships in Berlin, Germany.
According to a report in The Star, the 32-year-old managed to finish third behind Harrie Lavreysen from Holland who won gold and Yuta Wakimoto from Japan who won silver.
An impressive collection of wins
Azizulhasni’s medal tally is impressive.
He won his first medal when he claimed silver in sprint in Poland in 2009 and he repeated the feat with another silver in Copenhagen in 2010.
He also earned bronze in keirin in Paris (2015) and London (2016).