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The PCF names a committee to choose the Pakistan cycling team for the world championship.

The selection committee to choose the national team to compete in the World Road Championship, which will be held in Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia, from September 18 to 25, has been announced by the Pakistan Cycling Federation (PCF).

The trials will take place in Punjab and Sindh, according to a spokeswoman for the PCF here on Monday. Moazzam Khan Klair, the PCF secretary, will serve as the committee’s chairman. He stated that the Pakistani squad would consist of two male cyclists and the equal number of female riders. He stated that on August 5 in Lahore, cyclists from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Islamabad, and Departments would compete, and on August 7 in Karachi, cyclists from Balochistan, Sindh, and Departments would compete

.When approached, PCF Secretary Moazzam Khan Klair stated that the main goal of the national competitions is to provide cyclists with an equitable opportunity to demonstrate their abilities and showcase their talent. The world championship is the most prestigious cycling event, and Moazzam, a former international cyclist who served the sport with honour and distinction, said,

“We want to pick only those riders, who are capable of putting up a solid performance in the world championship.” The other participants in the Punjab trials selection committee are Adnan Ahsan Khan, Nusrat Khan, Nazakat Ali, and Ms. Maham. In Karachi, the chairperson selection committee would be assisted by Javed Khan, Ishtiaq Mobeen, and Jan Alam.

All interested cyclists should register for the trials in their respective provinces, according to the PCF Secretary. They need also carry a valid passport, as any who fail to do so will not be permitted to compete. The chosen riders will participate in a prestigious training camp under the supervision of knowledgeable trainers.

The location, timing, and identity of the camp administrators will be revealed shortly after the trials, he claimed. According to Moazzam Khan, the PCF is making every effort to ensure that the national senior and junior teams compete in the top World and Asian level competitions throughout the world as part of its game development plan.

“It is our responsibility to provide our young, talented players every opportunity, and in exchange, these players must work hard to achieve a spot on the national team, represent the United States in international competitions, and bring home medals at Asian and international competitions.”