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2019 Asian Road Cycling Championships Uzbelistan

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ABOUT THE ASIAN CYCLING CHAMPIONSHIPS

As the Asian Cycling Championships are basically the annual continental championships which are organized by Asian Cycling Confederation (ACC), Asian Road Cycling Championships 2019 are co-organized by ACC and Uzbekistan Cycling Federation (UCF).
Under the Olympic qualification criteria which is set by the the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI), Asian Road Cycling Championships 2019 are authorized as Olympic Qualifying Race for the Olympic Games 2020 in Japan.

The history of the Asian Cycling Championships
The first Asian Cycling Championships were held in Kuala Lumpur, Federation of Malaya (existing Malaysia) in 1963.
Since then, Asian Cycling championships were held around Asian countries every other year. Since Asian Cycling Championships 1989 held in New Delhi, India, the Asian Junior Cycling Championships were held as well in the same location at the same time.

Since the year of 2000, the Championships became an annual event.
From 2012, the Asia Para-Cycling Championships become co-organized races.
Since 2017 road and track races will be held in different venues.
In 2019 the 39th Asian Road Cycling Championships will take place for the first time in Uzbekistan. In the period from 23-28 April 2019 the championship competitions will be held in Tashkent City and the Tashkent region.

Edition Year Country City Velodrome
I 1963 Malaya Kuala Lumpur Merdeka Stadium
II 1965 Philippines Manila -
III 1967 Thailand Bangkok -
IV 1969 South Korea Seoul -
V 1971 Singapore Singapore Farrer Park Stadium
VI 1973 Japan Izu -
VII 1975 Indonesia Jakarta -
VIII 1977 Philippines Manila -
IX 1979 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur -
X 1981 Thailand Bangkok -
XI 1983 Philippines Manila -
XII 1985 South Korea Incheon -
XIII 1987 Indonesia Jakarta -
XIV 1989 India New Delhi Yamuna Velodrome
XV 1991 China Beijing -
XVI 1993 Malaysia Ipoh -
XVII 1995 Philippines Quezon City Amoranto Velodrome
XVIII 1997 Iran
South Korea
Tehran
Seoul
-
XIX 1999 Japan Maebashi Green Dome Maebashi
XX 2000 China Shanghai -
XXI 2001 Chinese Taipei Kaohsiung
Taichung
-
XXII 2002 Thailand Bangkok -
XXIII 2003 South Korea Changwon Changwon Velodrome
XXIV 2004 Japan Yokkaichi Yokkaichi Keirin Velodrome
XXV 2005 India Ludhiana Punjab Agricultural University's Velodrome
XXVI 2006 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Kuala Lumpur City Hall Velodrome
XXVII 2007 Thailand Bangkok Huamark Velodrome
XXVIII 2008 Japan Nara Nara Keirin Velodrome
XXIX 2009 Indonesia Tenggarong Tenggarong Velodrome
XXX 2010 United Arab Emirates Sharjah Zayed Velodrome
XXXI 2011 Thailand Nakhon Ratchasima King’s 80th Birthday Anniversary Velodrome
XXXII 2012 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Cheras Velodrome
XXXIII 2013 India New Delhi Yamuna Velodrome
XXXIV 2014 Kazakhstan Astana Saryarka Velodrome
XXXV 2015 Thailand Nakhon Ratchasima King’s 80th Birthday Anniversary Velodrome
XXXVI 2016 Japan Izu Izu Velodrome
XXXVII 2017 India
Bahrain
New Delhi (Track)
Manama (Road)
Indira Gandhi Arena
XXXVIII 2018 Malaysia
Myanmar
Nilai (Track)
Naypyidaw (Road)
Malaysia National Velodrome
XXXIX 2019 Indonesia
Uzbekistan
Jakarta (Track)
TBC (Road)
Jakarta International Velodrome


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