Wednesday, June 25, 2014

From Malaysia to Barcelona, anything to make their dreams come true

Hafiza Rofa and Adam Norrodin are two Malaysian riders of the FIM CEV Repsol who left their lives in their country to live in the High Performance Center in Sant Cugat, Barcelona.

Future riders all over the planet know that the FIM CEV Repsol is consolidated as the threshold of the World Championship and all of them want to stand out in this series to be able to jump to the World Championship. Hafiza Rofa and Adam Norrodin want to be able to make their dream of competing in the Continental Circus come true and for that reason they left their native country, Malaysia, and moved to the HPC, the High Performance Center in Sant Cugat del Valles (Barcelona).

At the HPC’s facilities, they share training and free time with other riders and athletes. Among them, there is Maria Herrera, who has been studying and training there for more than a year. With their bags full of hope when they arrive in Spain, Hafiza Rofa and Adam Norrodin will do their best to prepare with the aim to show their full potential at the FIM CEV Repsol.


This Championship will have a new round this weekend at the Barcelona-Catalunya Circuit, where the Moto3 class –where Hafiza Rofa and Adam Norrodin compete‒ will have two races on Sunday at 11:00 and 14:00h. The Superbike and Moto2 classes will have their races at 12:00 and 13:00h, respectively.

-www.sepangcircuit.com

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