(KL2017) in August.
Anuar said yesterday: “My target is two gold medals for both events (criterium and road). So, we’ll see if I’m lucky enough to reach the target.”
Going for his fourth Sea Games, Anuar wants the gold badly after managing to get only a bronze and silver once before.
“I need to take the gold home so that I can prove my worth.”
The 30-year-old said amid the Ramadan month, his training has become more hectic with the sessions moved to mornings and nights.
Anuar is also training Terengganu with the Terengganu C y c l i n g Te a m (TSG) for the Tour of Korea from June 14-18.
“I didn’t race in Japan (last week) but I might be arriving in Korea during the fasting month.
“My target is to win a stage there and also the overall Asian
Anuar said the months leading up to the Sea Games in August will be particularly challenging as the national team will head to Melbourne, Australia for a training camp just after the Hari Raya festivities.
“Training is still the same but our Ramadan schedule i s particularly packed due to limited timing but most riders train indoors as they do gym to keep up their fitness.”
The national team will make their way back to Malaysia just a week before their events take place on Aug 21-24 with four gold medals up for grabs.