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Greetings from ACC

Posted: December 14, 2012 by Trowel in announcements
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ACC NOTICE

Posted: February 3, 2012 by Trowel in announcements
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To All Asian Cycling Federations
Members of Asian Cycling Confederation
The Malaysian National Cycling Federation extends our best compliments.
I am pleased to inform you that Secretariat of the 32nd
Asian Cycling Championships & 19th
Junior Asian Championships will be moving to Kuala Lumpur on the 4th February 2012
Detail as follows:
Place : Olympic Sports Hotel
Jalan Hang Jebat
50150, Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia
Further inquiry; please do not hesitate to contact:
Haji Ibrahim Mustapa (Secretary General) : 019 – 657 1075
Siti Sulizawati (Secretariat) : 017 – 635 9794
Nahar Faiz (Secretariat) : 012 – 610 6235

details …. waiting for our correspondent dir. Jun Lomibao….

YOUNG Rustom Lim made the Philippines proud by bagging the Men’s Junior bronze medal in road race of the 18th Asian Youth Cycling Championships on Thursday in Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand.

Lim, now the pride of cycling hotbed Guimba in Nueva Ecija, submitted a similar clocking of three hours, one minute and 45 seconds behind gold medal winner Wong Hong of South Korea and Wong Pi Sien of Hongkong in the competition for 18-under riders from all of Asia.

The three finished at the tip of a massed finish—with Lim missing out on a better result by a mere half-a-wheel’s length. The race took the 42-rider field around an 11.2-km circuit for a total 120 kms distance (11 laps).

Lim’s podium finish practically made him the darling of the Youth Championships—first, because it was the Philippines’ first medal in an Asian-level competition since the now-retired Victor Espiritu’s bronze in Men’s Elite of road race in the 1998 Bangkok Asian Games, and second, because all member countries of the Asian Cycling Confederation (ACC) and the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) are aware of the predicament the PhilCycling is enduring at the moment.

“It’s a big accomplishment, and it is proof to the fact that Philippine cycling is alive and a program is in place, regardless of the crisis we are made to suffer in the federation,” said Tagaytay City Mayor Abraham “Bambol” Tolentino.

Tolentino is the president of the PhilCycling recognized by the ACC and the UCI, but not by the Philippine Olympic Committee (POC).

“Inspite of the absence of government support, the PhilCycling needed to send Rustom to the competition because we are very aware of his caliber,” said Tolentino. “Halos lumaki na sa PhilCycling si Rustom at ayaw namin masayang ang kanyang capability.”

It was the first international exposure for Lim, one of three Filipino riders who were sent to Nakhon Ratchasima, host of the 2007 Southeast Asian Games, by the PhilCycling without any government support. The Philippine Sports Commission suspended supporting national cyclists because of the leadership issue hounding the federation.

Veterans Irish Valenzuela and Tots Oledan will compete in the 160 kms Men’s Elite road race on Saturday in the 31st Asian Cycling Championships, which runs simultaneously with the Youth Championships. The small Philippine team is accompanied by coach Cesar Lobramonte.

Lim, the Philippines’ No. 1 junior rider who topped the December PhilCycling national open in Tagaytay, rode with the lead group for most of the way, and was very much in the fight in the sprint finish of the race that was staged on a winding circuit.
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The mens Elite team of Tots Oledan and Irish Valenzuela finish 14th and 16th out of the 59 entries in 19 countries won by japanese tour de france mainstay Arashiro Yukiya of the pro tour team Europcar of France, 2nd Halmuratov Muradjan of Uzbekistan and 3rd place Hoshein Askari of Iran, The Philippines finish 8th out of the 19 countries entered behind JAPAN, UZBEKISTAN, IRAN, KAZAKHSTAN, KOREA, HONGKONG, VIETNAM, PHILIPPINES, MALAYSIA, THAILAND.. (Ric Rodriguez)
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Rostum Lim
Junior Cycling Medalist, Rostim Lim appearing here with Coach Oscar Lobramonte and Philcyling Road Director Bong Sual.

With the delegation is Mr. Ric Rodriguez of RoadBike Philippines.

Asian Cycling Champs

Posted: February 9, 2011 by Trowel in races
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MANILA, Philippines – Youngster Rustom Lim and veterans Irish Valenzuela and Tots Oledan will represent the Philippines in the 31st Asian Cycling Championships and 18th Asian Junior Cycling Championships from February 8 to 19 in Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand.

Lim, 17, will take part in the road events of the Junior Championships of the annual competitions staged by the Asian Cycling Confederation under the auspices of the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI).

The Nueva Ecija native Lim emerged as the top junior (under-18) rider in the PhilCycling National Open conducted in Tagaytay City.

The race was launched by association president Abraham “Bambol” Tolentino.

Valenzuela, a veteran of the Guangzhou 16th Asian Games, and Oledan, will compete in the Elite category of road cycling.

The PhilCycling sends riders to the Asian Championships, which are held annually.

For this year though, Tolentino said the federation could only send three riders because the Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) allegedly no longer supports cyclists in the national pool.

“We in the PhilCycling have an obligation to the sport and to the cyclists,” said Tolentino. “So even without the PSC support, we are sending these riders, although a token delegation, to the Asian championships.”

GREETINGS FROM ACC

Posted: January 17, 2011 by Trowel in announcements, records
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INTEGRATION OF PARA CYCLING

Posted: December 23, 2010 by Trowel in announcements, resolutions
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Please take note of the latest issuance from ACC
http://www.scribd.com/full/45821650?access_key=key-1bf0ovrju6inwchelp1k

4th Asian BMX picture files

Posted: July 5, 2010 by Trowel in official functions, photos, records
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30th Asian Cycling Championships SHARJAH UAE

Posted: January 8, 2010 by Trowel in announcements, races
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PHILCYCLING THANKS ACC FOR THE BMX BIKES

Posted: November 17, 2009 by Trowel in announcements, records, wrenching
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The bmx bikes from the Asian Cycling Confederation recently arrived in the Philippines together with Coach Gabe Trias and cyclist Eleazar Barba.

Philcycling publicize this gratitute to ACC for such a concrete effort to develop BMX cycling in the Philippines.

Tolentino Appointed by ACC to management Team

Posted: August 27, 2009 by Trowel in announcements, records
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