Josiah Ng

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Josiah Ng
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Personal information
Full name Josiah Ng Onn Lam
Born (1980-02-02) 2 February 1980 (age 35)
Manila, Philippines
Team information
Current team Malaysia
Discipline Track
Infobox last updated on
09:12, 14 September 2014 (UTC)

Josiah Ng Onn Lam (simplified Chinese: 伍安临; traditional Chinese: 伍安臨; pinyin: Wǔ Ānlín, born 2 February 1980 in Manila, Philippines) is a Malaysian professional track cyclist. He is a 3 time Olympian having competed at the 2004, 2008, and was the reserve rider at the 2012 Olympics. In 2004 he was awarded the Malaysian Olympian and Sportsman of the Year after being the 1st Malaysian cyclist to make a final in cycling at the 2004 Athens Olympics.

In 2008, he became the first non Australian to win the Melbourne Cup on Wheels at the HiSense Arena in Melbourne.

He is currently married to Kim Ong and is based in Melbourne training with his other team-mates from Malaysia under the coaching of John Beasley from Australia. Josiah currently endorses his own brand name 5bling at and tweets @josiahcyclist


Asian Games (Busan, South Korea) – Silver Medallist
Olympic Games – 5th in Keirin
Japan International Keirin Invitational,- Three 1st place wins.
Nestors Keirin Cup (Penn State, USA) – 1st
Festival of Speed Sprint Tournament (Penn State, USA)- 1st
International Fastest Man on Wheels, (Penn State, USA) – 2nd
UCI World Cup, Manchester, UK, – Bronze Medallist
UCI World Cup, Los Angeles, USA, – 5th
UCI World Cup, Sydney Australia, – 2nd
Crowned UCI World Cup Champion in Sydney, Australia on 3 March
Asian Games (Doha, Qatar) – 2nd in Keirin
Sid Patterson GP in Melbourne, Australia on – 1 February in Sprints; 3rd in Keirin
International Fastest Man on Wheels, (Penn State, USA), – 3 June
San Jose American Velodrome Challenge (AVC), – 1 July in Keirin, Team Sprint and Sprint.
UCI World Cup, Melbourne Australia, – Bronze in Keirin
Revolution 5th Austral Wheelrace, 16 December, Hisense Arena, Melbourne, Australia, Track – 1st Sprint; 2nd Keirin
Revolution 6th Austral Wheelrace, 27 February, Darebin International Centre, Melbourne, Australia, Track – 2nd Sprint
Commonwealth Games, 6 October, New Delhi – 1st Keirin
2010 Asian Games, 17 November, Guangzhou – 2nd Keirin
Sydney International Sprint Grand Prix 1st Keirin
Asian Cycling Championships 2nd Keirin
Asian Cycling Championships 1st Keirin
Cologne International Sprint Grand Prix 1st Keirin
Tasmanian Christmas Carnival 1st Latrobe 2000m Handicap
Asian Cycling Championships 1st Keirin
Asian Cycling Championships 1st Sprints
World Championships 12th Keirin
Wangaretta Cycling Carnival 1st 1000m Handicap


  • 2004 Malaysian Olympian of the Year.
  • 2004 Malaysian Sportsman of the Year.
  • UCI Track World Cup Ranking
  • Keirin Year 2002 to 2003 – Ranked No.1
  • Keirin Year 2004 to 2005 – Ranked No. 3
  • Keirin Year 2005 – 2006 – Ranked No.1
  • 9 times World Cup Medalist
  • Nominee of "Most Outstanding Youth of the Year 2007" AYA Awards


Josiah Ng's current sponsors are:

National Sports Council of Malaysia,, Nike, Euro-Asia Imports, Oakley,RBC Sport

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