Update: 6th March 2018, Tuesday
Congratulations to all winners! That brings the 2018 UCI Track Cycling World Championships to an end. We’ll see you back here for next years World Championships in Poland’s velodrome, the BGŻ Arena starting February 26, 2019.
The 2018 UCI Track Cycling World Championships is about to take place in Holland’s velodrome, the Omnisport Apeldoorn. Having been founded in 1893, the World Championships includes some of the most prestigious track cycling events such as time trial, keirin, individual pursuit, team pursuit, points race, scratch race, sprint, team sprint, omnium, and Madison (better known as The American).
The opening show commences on Tuesday, 27th February 2018 with the action starting the next day from February 28 – March 4. Live coverage will be available through BBC’s Red Button (UK), or via the official UCI YouTube Channel. Here are the match coverage breakdown for the different countries:
For other places to watch, view the official 2018 UCI Track Cycling World Championships broadcaster list here.
(Updated: 6th March 2018)
- Women’s Scratch Race – WILD Kirsten (Netherlands)
- Women’s Team Sprint – WELTE / VOGEL (Germany)
- Men’s Team Sprint – THOENDERDAAL / LAVREYSEN / HOOGLAND (Netherlands)
- Men’s Keirin – PUERTAS ZAPATA Fabian Hernando (Colombia)
- Men’s Scratch Race – KARALIOK Yauheni (Belarus)
- Men’s Team Pursuit – CLANCY / EMADI / TANFIEL. / HAYTER (Great Britain)
- Women’s Team Pursuit – VALENTE / DYGERT / GEIST / CATLIN (USA)
- Men’s Individual Pursuit – GANNA Filippo (Italy)
- Men’s Points Race 40km – MEYER Cameron (Australia)
- Women’s Sprint – VOGEL Kristina (Germany)
- Women’s Omnium – WILD Kirsten (Netherlands)
- Men’s Sprint – GLAETZER Matthew (Australia)
- Men’s Omnium – SAJNOK Szymon (Poland)
- Women’s 500m (Time Trial) – WELTE Miriam (Germany)
- Women’s Individual Pursuit – DYGERT Chloe (USA)
- Women’s Madison 30km – ARCHIBALD Katie / NELSON Emily (Great Britain)
- Men’s Kilometre Time Trial – HOOGLAND Jeffrey (Netherlands)
- Men’s Madison 50km – KLUGE Roger / REINHARDT Theo (Germany)
- Women’s Keirin – BASOVA Liubov (Ukraine)
- Women’s Points Race 25km – WILD Kirsten (Netherlands)
View the official results from Tissot Timing here.
2018 Track Cycling World Championships Schedule
Event Period: Wednesday 28 February – Sunday 4 March
Live Stream: Starting on 28 February (Wednesday) at 1400GMT.
Track Cycling World Championships Resources
Official Event Page Here.
Official Schedule Here.
Programme Page Here.
Stream Page Here.
UCI’s Official YouTube Channel.
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