73rd National Track Cycling Championship
International medal winning cyclist from Bhandara district Sushikala Agashe will lead the Maharashtra team for the 73rd National Track Cycling Championships to be held in Jaipur, Rajsthan from 24th to 28th December 2021. Maharashtra Cycling Team was declared by Selection Committee Chairman Pratap Jadhav, Secretary of the CAM Prof. Sanjay Sathe, Treasurer Bhikan Ambe and member Dipali Nikam.
In the 72nd National Track Cycling Championship held at Hyderabad, Telangana in March 2021, the Maharashtra Team stood second and had won the Runnerup Championship.
Maharashtra team for this Championship is as follows:
Women Elite (19 yrs and above) : Ms shushikala Agashe (Team Captain), Ms Mayuri Lute (Both Bhandar), Ms Shravya Yadav (Aurangabad), Ms Radhika Darade (Baramati, Pune) Women Junior (16 & 17 yrs) : Ms Sadnya Kokate, Ms Vaishnavi Pillai (Both Mumbai), Ms Shweta Gunjal, Ms Manali Ratnoji (Both Pune), Ms Pooja Danole (Kolhapur), Ms Aditi Dongare (Pune Kreeda Prabodhini), Ms Sanskruti Jadhav (Nasik), Ms Awantika Kale (Ahmednagar), Sub Junior Girls (15 & 16 yrs) : Ms Zaina Pirkhan (Mumbai), Ms Siddhi Shirke (PCMC, Pune), Ms Srushti Shivanikar, Ms Sujata Waghere (Both Kreead Prabodhini Pune), Ms Shiya Lalwani (Nasik), Youth Women (12 - 14 yrs) : Ms Akanksha Mhetre (Jalgaon), Ms Shravani Parit, Ms Maher Patel (Both PCMC, Pune), Ms Rutika Shejul (Kreed Prabodhini Pune)
Men Elite (Open 19 yrs and above): Abhishek Kashid, Hanuman Chopade, Sainath Patil, Omkar Dixit, Bhushan Chavan (All Pune Kreeda Prabodhini), Pranav Kamble, Makarand Mane (Both Pune), Krushna Haral (Ahmednagar) Men Junior (17 & 18 yrs): Mangesh Takmoge, Varad Surve, Paras Natu (All PCMC, Pune), Varad Patil (Kolhapur), Siddhant Pidiyar (Ahmednagar), Rohit Patole, Ashish More, Siddhesh Patil (All Pune Kreeda Prabodhini), Sub Junior Boys (15 & 16 yrs): Saahieel Shetey, Vedant Jadhav (Both Pune), Vedant Tajane (Nasik), Om Karande (Ahmednagar) Virendrasinh Patil, Ujjawal Thanekar (Both Pune Kreeda Prabodhini), Youth Men (12 - 14 yrs): Soham Pawar, Naman Sharma (Both Pune), Yash Thorbole, Siddhesh Ghorpade, Ruturaj Firinge (All Kolhapur).
Cycling Association of Maharashtra (CAM) is a pioneer in the promotion of cycling sports in Maharashtra affiliated to the Maharashtra Olympic Association (MOA) , Cycling Federation of India.