‘Teach Them Young’ race meet set for Saturday

The young aspiring cyclists that are currently participating in the 34th annual Teach Them Young cycling coaching programme in the National Park will be showcasing what they have learnt at a specially organized race meet on Saturday around the inner circle of the National Park.

The event which is organized by national Cycling Coach, Hassan Mohamed is specially formulated for the young BMX riders that are a part of the Teach Them Young programme which is running from July 12 to September 4, but will also include a 35 laps invitational race, Veterans, Juveniles and Upright races for the more seasoned cyclists.

Race events scheduled for the day are, the BMX Boys 6-9 years (2 Laps), BMX Girls 6-12 years (1 Lap), BMX Boys 9-12 years (3 Laps), 12-14 years Open (3 Laps), BMX Boys 12-14 years (3 Laps) and BMX Boys Open (3 Laps).

Meanwhile the seasoned riders will participate in the Juveniles (10 Laps), Upright (5 Laps), School Boys and Invitation (35 Laps), Veterans under 50 years (5 Laps) and Veterans over 50 years (5 Laps).

The race meet is sponsored by National Sports Commission and Director of Sport, Neil Kumar will present  prizes to the winning participants.


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