Asian Games: India Cyclists Amarjit, Amrit Disappoint at Incheon

Updated: 22 September 2014 12:06 IST

Amarjit and Amrit clocked an average speed of 65.952km and 64.917km per hour respectively but their timings of 10.917 secs and 11.091 secs pushed them far behind the top finishers.

Asian Games: India Cyclists Amarjit, Amrit Disappoint at Incheon
Representational Photo: Cycling

Incheon, South Korea:
Representational Photo: Cycling

Indian cyclists continued their disappointing run as Amarjit Singh Nagi and Amrit Singh finished at the 13th and 14th place in Men's Sprint qualifying of the 17th Asian Games in Incheon on Monday. (Day 3 Live | Medals Tally | Schedule)

Amarjit and Amrit clocked an average speed of 65.952km and 64.917km per hour respectively but their timings of 10.917 secs and 11.091 secs pushed them far behind the top finishers.

Seiichiro Nakagawa of Japan produced a timing of 9.942 with an average speed of 72.420km per hour to not only top the qualification but also create an Asian Games record in the process.

Topics : Cycling Asian Games 2014
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