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Strong racing for National Team at Tour of Salalah

Bilal Al Saadi claimed second place at the Tour of Salalah in a race which marked a major improvement in strength of the Qatar National Cycling Team. Al Saadi, still only 19 years of age and gaining form, also takes home the best young rider jersey after placing 5th, 3rd, 1st and 17th on each …

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Elite Cycling development in Qatar gathers pace

Qatar’s National Cycling team has made leaps forward during its summer campaign in Europe. This nascent squad, competing against experienced European Teams at UCI Continental level, were participating at a higher level than most of them had previously encountered. This plays a big role in the riders’ development for their long-term goals, such as the …

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Olympic Cycling Track Safety Campaign

Qatar Cycling Federation has petitioned cycling groups in Qatar to support them in encouraging safe cycling – particularly on the Olympic Cycling Track. The ‘OCT’ has become a victim of it’s own success. It has contributed hugely to the development of cycling but there are now many novice cyclists. There have been accidents and QCF …

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Cycle in Italy Virtually

Qatar Cycling Federation, Zwift Qatar and TriClub Doha have teamed up with PedalItaly to take you where quarantine restrictions won’t allow – to the famous strade bianche of the Tuscan hills! Register now Join us this Friday at 9am on the Rouvy virtual cycling platform for a personal tour of some of the white dirt …

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Qatar National Team

Szymon Jakub Wasiak (Poland/UK)

Szymon is a High Performance UCI Cycling Coach and ex pro Rider
Goal: Produce an Olympic Champion

Abdullah Al Jaaidi (Qatar)

Qualification: UCI Level 2 Coach
Goal: Support the athletes in their development path

Mouhcine Rhaili (Morocco)

UCI Level 1 Coach and ex National Team rider
Goal: Develop young athletes and discover cycling talents in Qatar

Tariq Ismaili (Iran)

UCI Coach and ex Qatar National Team rider
Nationality: Iran
Goal: Introduce the youngest riders to cycling adventure

Fadel Al Khater

Favourite race: Tour Of Oman
Rider Type: All-rounder
Best piece of advice: Always give it all!
Best result: 2019 Qatar ITT Champion
Goal: Win an Olympic medal
Favourite bike: Cannondale Aero Bike, the fastest bike in the world

Marwan Al Jalham

Favourite race: Cape Epic SA
Rider Type: Puncheur
Best piece of advice: plan workout for your goals, be patient don’t rush yourself to avoid mistakes
Best result: 2019 Qatar MTB Champion
Goal: Represent my country in Olympic Games
Favourite bike: Cannondale Lefty. Amazing design and super light

Abdulla Al Khater

Favourite race: Tour de France
Rider Type: All-rounder
Best piece of advice: Always wear a cycling helmet
Best result: 3rd Qatar ITT Championships
Goal: Win an Olympic medal
Favourite bike: Cipolini, perfect geometry for my body

Abdullah Al Jaaidi

Favourite race: Vuelta Espania
Rider Type: All-rounder
Best piece of advice: Train with the team – together you are stronger !
Best result: GCC Tour stage winner
Goal: Win a medal in Asian Games
Favourite bike: BMC – the best technology!

Khaleel Al Rahman

Favourite race: Milan-San Remo
Rider Type: Sprinter
Best piece of advice: It’s never too late to become a champion !
Best result: 2nd place in Arab championships road race
Cycling Goal: Win an Asian Games medal
Favourite bike: Specialised Venge, it’s a great bike for sprinters

Nayef Al Mesallam

Favourite race: Tour of Qatar
Rider Type: All-rounder
Goal: Represent my country in the Olympic Games
Favourite bike: Cannondale Lefty