Malaysian Cub Prix: CP150 Rider Norizman Ismail succumbs to Crash Injuries


PETALING JAYA: Veteran rider Norizman Ismail (pic) died after crashing during the Petronas AAM Malaysian Cub Prix Championship’s CP150 timed practice session in Round Three at the Bandar Baru Kijal in Kemaman, Terengganu, yesterday.

According to a statement released by the race organisers – Safe Aim Mutual – the 32-year-old Norizman crashed at Turn 1 and slid into the air-fence.

It also stated that the marshals and paramedics rushed to treat Norizman at the crash scene while a red flag was waved at 3.52pm to halt the practice session.

He was then rushed by ambulance to the trauma centre before being sent to hospital on a life support machine.

He was pronounced dead at 4.50pm.

Norizman made his cub prix debut in 2004 and was the CP130 national champion twice – in 2005 and 2011.

Following a meeting with the teams and riders, the cub prix fraternity collectively decided to cancel Round 3 as a mark of respect for Norizman.

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British Olympian, 34, was not wearing a helmet during fatal motorbike crash after partying with friend Usain Bolt



  • Germaine Mason was in a motorcycle crash in Kingston, Jamaica, at 4.20am
  • He died instantly after losing control of the bike along the Palisadoes main road
  • The 34-year-old is reported to have left a party with Usain Bolt and others
  • Mason won an Olympic silver medal for Great Britain in the high jump in 2008
  • Mason is also Jamaica’s national record holder for the high jump event

British Olympian Germaine Mason was not wearing a helmet when he was killed in a motorbike crash in Jamaica, police have revealed.

Officers also said that speeding and alcohol may have played a part in the fatal collision.

Olympic silver medallist Mason, 34, was killed while heading into the island’s capital, Kingston, at around 4.20am on Thursday morning.

Retired Olympic high jumper Germaine Mason has died in a motorcycle crash in Kingston, Jamaica

Retired Olympic high jumper Germaine Mason has died in a motorcycle crash in Kingston, Jamaica

The Jamaican-born high jumper reportedly lost control of his Honda CBR motorbike and was later pronounced dead at the hospital.

He is believed to have been at a party with several other athletes, including his close friend track star Usain Bolt, before the crash.

By Colin Maximin and Kelly Mclaughlin For Mailonline


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The new line of helmets is made of Multi Ventilation Fibre Glass Shell and weights 1250 grams. The double visor has a internal sunshade Anti- UV Visor.
New fabric padding is Aegis Anti Bacteria with 3D Removable Anti Bacterie Liner and made with CoolMax Anti Bacteria fabric.

Full Circumstance EPS Liner are included in all the OF521 line, Double-D Ring which includes removeable Coolmax Liner

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2. Choose Lorenzo design instead of other design.
3. Only comes in one size L but really fitting on our head as we usually wear S or M.

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