Umer wins Sheikh-ul-Aalam cycle race
Srinagar, Oct 5: Continuing his winning streak, Umer Nabi, physical instructor of Kashmir Harvard Institute cruised to victory in the Sheikh-ul-Aalam Cycle Race organised by Sheikh-ul-Aalam Sports Association Sheikhpora on Friday.
In the event some of the top cyclists of the Valley participated and Umer bettered them all by finishing with the comfortable lead of around one kilometre at finish line.
The event started from, Ompora culminating at Sheikh-ul-Aalam Eidgah Sheikhpora Budgam via Narkara, Hyderpora, Humhama.
The race was flagged off by SSP Budgam, Utam Chand and Haseeb Tramboo owner of TFIPL.
In senior category, it was Umer who finished first while as Muhammad Akbar Chinar Cycling Club Narbal finished second. Anzil Mukhtar of Srinagar finished third.
In Under-17 category, Manzoor Ahmad of Chinar Club Narbal finished first while as Tanveer Ahmad of Chinar Club Narbal finished second. Aamir Ahmad of Chinar Club Narbal finished third.
“I am delighted to win my second successive event in space of one week. I am now preparing for the national events and I hope I shall perform well in them,” he said.
The event was sponsored by Waris Construction and Spring Buds Educational Institute Ompora.
Lastupdate on : Fri, 5 Oct 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Fri, 5 Oct 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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