Mon Jul 10, 2017 07:53AM
Iranian cyclist Amir Hossein Jamshidiyan (C)
Iranian cyclist Amir Hossein Jamshidiyan (C)

Iranian cyclists have put on acceptable performances at the 2017 Japan Track Cup I & II, and been three more medals at the international tournament.

On Sunday, Iran’s pair of Fatemen Hadavand and Maedeh Nazari took part in women’s double madison competitions at Izu Velodrome in the southern Japanese Izu peninsula, and bagged a bronze medal for the Islamic Republic.

The Iranian men’s team of Mehdi Sohrabi and Mohammad Rajablou also vied for a medal in the madison team event, and struck a silver medal.

Earlier, Amir Hossein Jamshidiyan had stood on top of the podium in the point race contests, and collected the gold medal.

The 2017 Japan Track Cup I & II kicked off in Izu, Japan, on July 7 and finished on July 9.

The tournament brought together tens of male and female cyclists from Australia, Hong Kong, the Islamic Republic of Iran, Japan, Macau, Malaysia, the Netherlands, Russia and Thailand.