The Pakistan Cycling Federation (PCF) has announced the selection committee that will choose the national team to compete in the World Road Championship taking place from September 18-25 in Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia.
“The selection committee for the event is headed by PCF Secretary Moazzam Khan Klair, and the trials will be held in Punjab and Sindh,” said a spokesman of the PCF here on Monday. He said that a team of four riders, consisting of two males and two females, will represent Pakistan in the event.
He stated that the cyclists from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Islamabad and the Departments will appear in the trials at Lahore on August 5 and in Karachi, cyclists from Balochistan, Sindh and Department will take part in the trials on August 7.
The other members of the selection committee for the Punjab trials are Adnan Ahsan Khan, Nusrat Khan, Nazakat Ali, and Ms. Maham. Javed Khan, Ishtiaq Mobeen, and Jan Alam will assist the chairman of the selection committee in Karachi.
The PCF Secretary stated that all intrigued cyclists should enroll themselves for the trials at their particular provinces and furthermore bring their legitimate passport. He went on to say that those who fail to submit their passports will not be given the opportunity to take part in the trials.
“The chosen cyclists will attend a high-profile training camp under the careful guidance of seasoned coaches. In the near future after the trials, the location, dates and name of the camp officials will be publicized,” he said.
Moazzam Khan stated that the PCF, as part of its game development plan, is taking every precaution to ensure the participation of the national senior and junior teams in the esteemed World and Asian level events across the globe.
“It is our responsibility to provide maximum opportunities to our youngsters and talented players and, in return, these players have to strive hard to earn a place in the national team and represent the country in international events and bring home victory for the country in Asian and World events.”