British Cycling has confirmed comprehensive coverage of the UCI Track Cycling World Cup taking place in Glasgow from November 16-18 on BBC TV – including the red button – and bbc.co.uk/sport. The event sold out within just one hour and will be the first major international track cycling event in the UK since the Olympics.
Coverage has increased this year to include live action and highlights across three days. The BBC broadcast schedule is as follows:
• Friday 16 November :
o 19:10-22:10 - red button & bbc.co.uk/sport
• Saturday 17 November:
o 13:00-14:00 - BBC One & bbc.co.uk/sport
o 19:55-22:20 - red button & bbc.co.uk/sport
• Sunday 18 November
o 13:45-17:30 - BBC Two & bbc.co.uk/sport
The sell-out competition will take place at the state-of-the-art Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome and is the second of a three round Track Cycling World Cup series. The world’s leading track cyclists will compete and the event will showcase three days of track cycling including the disciplines of Keirin, Individual Sprint, Team Sprint, Team Pursuit and the Omnium.
Jonny Clay, Cycle Sport and Membership Director of British Cycling, said: "It’s fantastic that the BBC have increased broadcast coverage for the Track Cycling World Cup. Cycling is at an all-time high since London 2012 so people can get to enjoy watching more international cycling action. As the event is now a sell-out, we are now focused on preparing to deliver a great event for those attending or watching it at home.”