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Iranian cyclists win two medals at Asian championships
Iran’s Amir Hossein Jamshidian and Alireza Haghi claimed siver and bronze medals respectively at the 2016 Asian Cycling Championships in Oshima, Japan.

On Thursday, Hong-Kong’s Cheung King-lok seized the gold medal after finished the men’s time trial in one hour and 15.50 seconds beating second place Choe Hyeon-min of South Korea by seven seconds in the 44.8-kilometre race.

Third place went to Haghi of Iran, who finished 10 seconds behind Cheung.

Jamshidian won a silver medal on Wednesday in the men’s under-23 time trial.

Kazakhstan’s Vadim Pronskiy earned gold in 30:55, with Jamshidian just over a second adrift to win silver.

Japan’s Ayumu Watanabe was a further five seconds back to claim bronze.

A total of 27 countries are taking part at the Championships, which includes both Para and able-bodied competitions.

 
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