Asia-Plus CEO presents awards to the cycling race winners

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Tajik capital is hosting the 2022 Asian Road and Para Cycling Championships. The event that was launched on March 25 will conclude on March 30.

To-date, the most honorable places in these competitions have been by athletes from Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Iran and Mongolia.

The Director General of Asia-Plus Media Group, Mr. Umed Babakhanov, yesterday took part in the awards ceremony.

As the head of the media partner of this sporting event, Mr. Babakhanov presented a medal and a bouquet to the representative of Kazakhstan.

It is to be noted that Tcell, Al-Shafar Group, IM Group, Shohambari Health Resort, FIFTYFIVE GROUP and Huawei are sponsors of the 2022 Asian Road and Para Cycling Championships.

TezNet and Asia Express are technical sponsors of this sporting event and Asia-Plus Group and Varzish TV are media partners of the 2022 Asian Road and Para Cycling Championships

The Asian Cycling Championships is an annual continental cycling championships for road bicycle racing and track cycling since 1963, exclusively for Asian cyclists selected by the national governing body (member nations of the Asian Cycling Confederation).

Since 2017, competitions on road and track cycling have been held separately. Bahrain, Myanmar, Uzbekistan, Malaysia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) hosted the first five Asian road cycling championships.

The decision on holding the 2022 Asian Road & Para Cycling Championships in Tajikistan was adopted during a meeting between Dushanbe Mayor Rustam Emomali and Asian Cycling Confederation (ACC) President Osama Al Shafar that took place in Dushanbe on June 18, 2021. The initiative to hold this event in Tajikistan was put forward by Dushanbe mayor. The parties emphasized that this kind of events is aimed at presenting the economic, social and cultural achievements and amazing nature of Tajikistan to foreign visitors and develop regional tourist routes.

Source: Asia-Plus