Indian cyclist Deborah Herold became World No. 4 Cyclist

Besides, the Indian team also improved its world ranking to 13th. India is the highest ranking Asian country in 500m time trial.

Created On: Dec 12, 2015 13:06 ISTModified On: Dec 12, 2015 13:07 IST

Indian cyclist Deborah Herold on 11 December 2015 became the first Indian female cyclist to be ranked fourth in the World Elite Women Ranking for the 500m time trial event. The ranking was issued by cycling world body International Cycling Union (UCI).

Besides, the Indian team also improved its world ranking to 13th. India is the highest ranking Asian country in 500m time trial. China fetched the 15th spot in the ranking.

About Deborah Herold

20-year-old Deborah is a tribal girl from Andaman and Nicobar Islands who survived the 2004 Tsunami that devastated the islands.

She was trained at the Sports Authority of India (SAI) centre in Andaman and emerged as one of the rising stars of Indian cycling.

In October 2015, Deborah became the first ever Indian to win five medals at the Taiwan Cup Track International Classic, including a gold, three silver and a bronze.

In November 2014, the Indian cyclist had won four gold medals at the Track Asia Cup Cycling Championship 2014.

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