September 20, 2017

Asia MBX Championship 2015 on in Nay Pyi Taw

Athlets participate in the 10th Asia MBX Championship 2015 in Nay Pyi Taw. Photo: mna
Athlets participate in the 10th Asia MBX Championship 2015 in Nay Pyi Taw. Photo: mna

DEPUTY Minister for Sports U Zaw Win attended the 10th Asia MBX Championship 2015 at Mount Pleasant Cycling Stadium in Nay Pyi Taw on Saturday.
Sixty athletes from 10 Asian countries participated in the championship which is divided into four categories: under 19 junior males and females and the over 19 senior males and females.
Secretary of Asia Cycling Federation Mr. Chooi Boo Woong, chairman of the Myanmar Cycling Federation U Khin Maung Win and director of Sports and Physical Education Department U Htay Aung awarded medals to the contestant winners.
In the over 19 senior male class, Nagasako Yoshitaku, Yoshimura Jukia, and Matsushita Tatsumi, all from Japan, won the first, second and third prizes. In the over 19 senior female class Carr Amanda from Thailand won first prize, Lu Yan from China won second prize and Seko Haruka of Japan won third prize.
The under 19 junior male class the  first prize winner was Yamaguchi Daichi from Japan while Hasegawa Yuto, from Japan, won second prize and Kaewsrikhao Sittichok, from Thailand, won third prize. In the under 19 junior female class the first prize winner was Fines Sienna Elaine from the Philippines, Kitawanitsathian Chtikan from Thailand won second prize and Ma Khine Zin Moe from Myanmar came third.
In the Special Time Trial competition for women Ma Khine Zin Moe from Myanmar won first prize, Chutihan Kita from Thailand won second prize and Chan Yuan Lyu from China won third prize.
Daichi Yamaguchi from Japan won first in a separate round, Yuto Horegawa from Japan came second and Sittchichole from Thailand came third.
According to the Myanmar Cycling Federation 60 athletes and 20 coaches from 10 countries had registered for the championships with teams flying in from China, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand and Timor-Leste.

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