KUALA LUMPUR, May 16 (Bernama) -- National track cyclist Josiah Ng, who was involved in a crash last year, said that his participation in the coming Asian Cycling Championships 2014 (ACC 2014) would be part of his training as well as to restore fitness for the upcoming Commonwealth and Asian Games.
Josiah, who sustained a punctured lung, a few broken ribs and broken collaborne in the incident in Mexico, said although he had registered a win at the 1st South East Asian Track Grand Prix (GP) last week, he felt that he had not reached the desired fitness level yet.
"I'm going to do it in any event at the ACC because it is a platform for me to become stronger. Although I am not in winning form, my win was because of strategy and a bit of luck, I am not at 100 per cent, maybe 10 per cent less than normal (form and fitness).
"But I am confident I will be at 100 percent for the Commonwealth and Asian Games," he told reporters at the Cheras Velodrome here Friday.
Josiah, 34, is listed with Azizulhasni Awang and Muhamad Edrus Md Yunos in the team sprint event for the three Games. He will also competing in the Sprint, Keirin and 1 kilometre Time Trial.....