8.28.2019

To encourage more cycling and promote tourism next year, we will invite foreign teams to ensure more national events.




The newly appointed President of the Cycling Federation Syed Azhar Ali Shah expressed his commitment to promote and improve cycling in the country, adding that the country will invite more and more foreign teams to encourage tourism along with cycling next year. He said that a talent hunt program would be launched to acquire new talent for which training centers would be set up in all four provinces. A fundraising committee was being set up so that they could talk to sponsors about various programs.
In an interview to "APP" on Wednesday, he said that sponsors need to be found to run sports.
He said that because cycling is an expensive sport, the Federation Fund Rising Committee is in talks with various sponsors to buy sponsored cycling annually. He said the Federation plans to hold a cycling program and will soon talk to sponsors to put it into practice so that they can sell 8 to 10 of the event's sponsors. The fundraising committee will start work on it.

He said that the national cycling team will fully participate in the Asia and World events for which the Federation is now forming an authentic team consisting of junior players and these players will also be compensated. Sri Lanka and Afghanistan's teams participated in the International Cycling Race this year, but 5 to 6 foreign teams are expected to be invited to Pakistan at the World Championships this year, Syed Azhar Ali Shah said.
To introduce new capabilities, the President said that a talent hunt program would be launched for which training centers would be set up in all four provinces. Sponsors will also be discussed in this regard. He said that inviting more and more foreign teams to Pakistan to promote and improve cycling in the country is one of his top priorities so that not only to promote cycling but also to promote tourism. Get it More steps are being taken and more and more national festivals will be held here.
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