Asian champion Josiah Ng finished fifth ahead of Parash Mahmoud of Iran in the six-rider final field.
Scott Sunderland, the 2010 Commonwealth Games gold medallist in 1km time trial, romped to the gold ahead of his Australian team-mate Peter Lewis.
Sunderland had also won the men’s elite keirin race ahead of Perkins in the first leg in Cheras last weekend.
Azizul was happy with the bronze medal considering he just finished his university exams on Friday in Melbourne before rushing over to Kuala Lumpur.
“I did not have proper sleep and I am still in preparation mode as far as my training is concerned. My body is not 100% ready for racing, so I am happy to get this bronze medal.
“The Australians are in better condition as far as racing is concerned as they have just came off the international keirin circuit in Japan,” said the two-time World Championships silver medallist.
Fatehah maintained her superb form to beat Olympic bronze medallist Kaarle McCulloch in the keirin, the second time she has beaten the stronger Australian rival in sprint races this week.
Ummi Hamimah, who had earlier partnered Fatehah to victory in the team sprint, earned an individual medal for herself after finishing third in the keirin final.
Fatehah had won the 500m time trial and sprint races earlier in the week.
Asian junior championships triple gold medallist Muhd Firdaus Mohd Zonis completed a four-gold sweep in the junior ranks as well with victory in the keirin and team sprint yesterday.
The cyclists still have the national championships starting tomorrow to look forward to.
*Sumber Dari The Star