| Anuar Manan|
Azad University Iran
CCN Cycling Team
Geumsan Ginseng Asia
LeTua Cycling Team
| 11 October 1986 (age 29)
Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia (1986-10-11) |Anuar Manan Wikipedia
Anuar Manan (born 11 October 1986) is a Malaysian professional cyclist, currently riding for the Terengganu Cycling Team.
Anuar Manan started his career with LeTua Cycling Team and showed his natural talent as a sprinter when he won two stages of the 2007 Jelajah Malaysia and the blue jersey. In the same year, he also won one stage in the Azerbaijan Tour and the Tour of Hainan. In the 2008 Jelajah Malaysia, he retained his blue jersey and won three stages.
His steady performance attracted several potential suitors and Anuar Manan made a decision to join Iranian team Islamic Azad University. Anuar Manan won three stages in the 2009 Jelajah Malaysia and became first rider to win the blue jersey – for the sprints classification – for three successive years.
Anuar Manan had to leave Iran because of a visa problem and then signed a contract with Korean team Geumsan Ginseng Asia. Anuar Manan became the first Malaysian rider to win a stage in Le Tour de Langkawi, winning stage five, and also became the first Malaysian rider to win the points classification, in the race. He also won two stages in the Tour of Thailand and one each in the Tour of East Java and the Tour of Ganzhou Songcheng.
Anuar Manan returned to Malaysia and joined the JBCT Pro Asia Cycling Team, winning stages in the Jelajah Malaysia, the Tour de Brunei and the Tour of Hainan.
For the 2012 season, Anuar Manan was signed by Asian team Champion System, joining the likes of Jaan Kirsipuu in the team.
For the 2013 season, Anuar Manan joined the Synergy Baku Cycling Project. Prior to the end of 2013, he joined the CCN Cycling Team on a loan move ahead of the Tour of Poyang Lake. He would later rejoin the Terengganu Cycling Team for the 2014 season.