World Track Champs 2-6 March BBC tv coverage

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World Track Champs 2-6 March BBC tv coverage

Post by Woolfie on Fri Feb 12, 2016 8:34 pm

Watch and listen to live BBC coverage of the UCI Track Cycling World Championships as Britain's finest take on the world's best compete at the Lee Valley VeloPark in London from 2-6 March.

Sir Bradley Wiggins is the star turn at the velodrome where Great Britain swept all before them at London 2012. After winning the Tour de France and Olympic gold in 2012, Wiggins is concentrating his efforts on the team pursuit for Rio 2016, and goes for the world title on Thursday.

Friday sees the women's pursuit squad go for gold. The team - led by Laura Trott - won pursuit gold in this same velodrome at London 2012. Standing in the way of Trott and her team is a formidable Australian team - the current world record holders.




Three-time Olympic gold medallist Jason Kenny faces France's Gregory Bauge as he goes for sprint gold on Saturday, while the women's omnium, the event made famous by Trott, and the madison round off the week's racing.

Schedule



Date (times GMT)

Programme

Coverage


Wed, 2 Mar (19:30-21:30) Men's and women's team sprints, plus the women's individual pursuit BBC Red Button & online
Thu, 3 Mar (19:00-21:00) Four world titles are up for grabs, including the men's team pursuit BBC Two & online
Fri, 4 Mar (19:00-20:30) Four more golds to be decided, including the women's team pursuit BBC Two & online
Fri, 4 Mar (20:30-21:30) Four world titles, including the men's team pursuit BBC Red Button & online
Fri, 4 Mar (19:00-22:00) Four world titles on offer, including the men's team pursuit BBC Radio 5 live sports extra & online
Sat, 5 Mar (19:00-21:00) Men's sprint final BBC Red Button & online
Sun, 6 Mar (14:00-18:00) The women's omnium and men's madison decided BBC Two & online

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