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Two foreign cyclists who started world tour in 1998 are now in Pakistan

Two nomad cyclists from Slovenia and Czech Republic who started off their world tour in 1998 have reached Pakistan and exploring the beautiful landscape of the country. Katja Zivec and Miroslav Jan Kadlec first met in 1998 in Izraleu, according to Slovenian website Siol. And they decided to head on a world tour on cycle the same year. They first separately went to Cairo in 1999, then Czech Republic in 2000, and subsequently they decided to continue their journey together around the world in 2000. Due to the…

Two Pakistani cyclists to feature in World Road Race Cycling c’ship

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Cycling Federation (PCF) will send two cyclists to feature in World Road Race Cycling Championship to be held in Australia in September. PCF Secretary Syed Azhar Ali Shah said the selection of the cyclists will be done from Asian Games. “We have a meeting with Pakistan Sports Board (PSB) on Wednesday to decide about the training camp for preparation of Asian Games,” he said. “A total of 182 players from different countries will participate in the championship,” he said. Last week, PCF urged…