Two wheels put strict measures to control the Covid. The first field of PTT Championship in Sisaket.

Two wheels put strict measures to control the Covid. The first field of PTT Championship in Sisaket.

“Seth Ink” Gen. Decha Hemkrasri, President of the Cycling Association of Thailand Under the Royal Patronage revealed that according to the Cycling Sports Association together with Sisaket Province Organized a road bike race for the Thailand Championship. win the royal trophy “King Bhumibol” and Mountain Bike Championship Thailand win the royal trophy King Bhumibol Adulyadej of the Year 2022, Field 1 in New Normal Life Style (New Normal) in Sisaket Province Between 14-16 January 2022 under intense measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 According to the Center for Management of the Epidemic of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) or CCC strictly prescribed

Gen. Decha said that due to a new virus called “Omicron” has spread in many provinces lately. Therefore, for the sake of negligence Bicycle Sports Association Therefore, strict measures have been taken as prescribed by the Prof. to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus. especially athletes at the youth level Athletes aged 12-18 must receive two doses of the Pfizer vaccine at least 14 days prior to competition. Must bring the Antigen test kit (ATK) that has been approved by the FDA to the screening point at the Cycling Sports Association. have prepared for the medical staff of the Cycling Association and the provincial public health to examine and issue a document certifying the results of the examination including public athletes And between the ages of 12-18 years, even if already vaccinated, the ATK kit must be brought to the screening point as well, which the association has detailed on its website.

Thai two wheeler Prime Minister also said that in addition, all athletes and team officials must report their travel records (Timeline) 7 days in advance of the competition and apply for competitions on the website only. No applications will be accepted at the competition area. Including the name of the hotel accommodation during the competition or travel – back to be clear and fill in the details in the application system so that provincial public health officials can check Most importantly, athletes and officials must comply with DMHTT measures, namely D – Distancing, keeping distance M – Mask wearing, wearing a mask H – Hand wash, washing hands regularly T – Testing temperature check T – Thai Cha na using the application “Thai Win” to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus strictly as prescribed by the Prof.

“As for the mountaineering race route including cross country, downhill and eliminator Now the playing field at Wat Roy Phra Phutthabat Phu Sing, Phu Sing District, is almost complete. It is a fun and challenging route for all athletes. By cross-country in the first field, the association has registered with the International Cycling Federation or UCI as a CN level or national championship. The athletes who won the competition in the male-female public, under-23 years old, male-female and young male-female models will have the right to wear a white shirt with the Thai flag pattern According to the rules of the UCI, go to compete in various programs in the 2023 season that UCI can certify around the world,” said Gen. Decha.

General Decha further said that Another important thing is This mountain bike race field 1 will be used as a cycling race in the 47th National Games in Sisaket Province. It will be hosted between 5-25 March 2022, so it is a good opportunity for athletes to test the field before competing in the national sport. will limit the number of applicants in each category to reduce congestion So ask riders who want to compete in this field. Hurry up to apply before the number of athletes is reached. Including road races, there will be a limit on the number of applicants as well. while cycling “Bike for Health, Bike for Life”, which is a collaboration between Health Promotion Foundation (ThaiHealth) and the Cycling Sports Association and Sisaket Province will be limited to no more than 200 people

“Sek. Ink” added that Bicycle Sports Association Never hesitate to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Therefore, several more intensive measures were added. In addition to various measures that have been performed previously, and on January 5, 2022, he and his technical team and the Secretariat of the Cycling Sports Association will travel to attend a meeting with Sisaket Province It was honored by Mr. Wattana Putthichat, Governor of Sisaket Province. presided over the meeting at 2:30 p.m. at the meeting room on the 5th floor of the Sisaket City Hall. along with the heads of government agencies and other relevant agencies to prepare for both traffic security and put in place measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 to be as concise as possible

For the competition program, Friday, January 14, 2022, road bike race. Time Trial program starts at 9:00 a.m. and cycling activities. “Bike for Health, Bike for Life”, which is a collaboration between Health Promotion Foundation (ThaiHealth) and the Cycling Sports Association and Sisaket Province, starting at 15.00, Saturday January 15, 2022 mountain bike race Cross-country program, Class A, starting at 9:00 a.m. and Class B at 12:00 noon, Sunday, January 16, 2022, road bike race, Road Race program, starting at 8:00 a.m., which the Thai PBS television station will be broadcast live for the male public version For bicycle fans to watch from 14.10-16.00 hrs. There is also a mountain bike race. The downhill program starts at 9:00 a.m. and the eliminator program at 3:00 p.m., which will be broadcast live on the Thaicycling Association’s Facebook Live from 9:00 a.m. onwards.

However, athletes who wish to apply to participate in the competition Must have a license (license) or license to compete. along with registration through the website of the Cycling Sports Association from now on And the application will close on Wednesday, January 12, 2022 at 12:00 noon, which will not open for applications at the field of competition. Athletes can follow details on the association’s website. or inquire at Call 0-2719-3340-2 on official days and times


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