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SAI Cycling Academy gets International Recognition

Sports Authority of India (SAI) and Cycling Federation of India entered into an MoU with world Cycling body Union CyclisteInternationale (UCI), Switzerland, to start a satellite training center of UCI at the SAI velodrome at Indira Gandhi stadium. A MoU to this effect was signed by UCI President Brian Cookson, Hira Ballabh, Secretary, SAI and Sh. Onkar Singh, Secretary General, Cycling Federation of India recently during a meeting in Thailand. In its endeavour to develop and promote cycling to the World class standards, this trip artite MOU will go long way in achieving its goals of Excellency.

The Sports Authority of India will back up the project by the way of infrastructure and finance, the Federation will be responsible for selection and the training of the cyclists while the UCI will put in all the ability with advanced training methods, technical support fully backed with specific training of cyclists as well as coaches

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