BBC Sport has live TV and radio coverage of the UCI Track Cycling World Championships as Britain’s finest take on the world’s best at the Lee Valley VeloPark in London from 2-6 March.
Below you will find details about BBC Sport’s coverage and the event highlights, plus results from the finals.
The competition got under way on Wednesday with the men’s and women’s team sprints, plus the women’s individual pursuit and men’s scratch races.
Laura Trott won GB’s first gold of the event on Thursday with victory in the scratch race, while Sir Bradley Wiggins and the British men’s pursuit team picked up silver and Becky James sealed bronze in the keirin.
Friday saw Jon Dibben win gold in the men’s points race, while bronze medals went to the women’s team pursuit squad as well as Andy Tennant in the men’s individual pursuit.
On Saturday, three-time Olympic gold medallist Jason Kenny attempts to win his first individual sprint world title since 2011, while Mark Cavendish stars in the omnium.
The women’s omnium, the event made famous by Trott, and the madison, which will feature Wiggins and Cavendish, round off the week’s racing on Sunday.
|Date (times GMT)||Programme||Coverage|
|Sat, 5 Mar (19:00-21:00)||Men’s sprint final, women’s points race and men’s omnium decided||BBC Red Button, online and Radio 5 live sports extra|
|Sun, 6 Mar (14:00-18:00)||The women’s omnium and sprint plus men’s madison and keirin decided||BBC Two (16:30-18:00, Scotland) online and Radio 5 live sports extra|
Men’s individual pursuit: 1. Filippo Ganna (Ita) 4min 16.141sec, 2. Domenic Weinstein (Ger) 4:18.275, 3. Andy Tennant (GB) 4:18.301, 4. Owain Doull (GB) 4:18.476
Men’s 40km Points Race: 1. Jon Dibben (GB) 48 pts, 2. Andreas Graf (Aut) 48, 3. Kenny De Ketele (Bel) 43
Women’s team pursuit: 1. USA 4:16.802, 2. CAN 4:19.525, 3. GB 4:16.540
500m time-trial: 1. Anastasiia Voinova (Rus) 32.959sec, 2. Wai Sze Lee (HK) 33.736, 3. Elis Ligtlee (Ned) 33.760
Men’s kilo time trial final: 1. Joachim Eilers (Ger) 1min 00.042secs, 2. Theo Bos (Ned) 1:00.461, 3. Quentin Lafargue (Fra) 1:01.581
Men’s team pursuit final: 1. Australia 3mins 52.727secs, 2. Great Britain 3:53.856, 3. Denmark 3:55.936, 4. Italy 3:58.262
Women’s keirin final: 1. Kristina Vogel (Ger) 11.276secs, 2. Anna Meares (Aus) at 0.078, 3. Rebecca James (GB) at 0.106
Women’s scratch race final: 1. Laura Trott (GB), 2. Kirsten Wild (Ned), 3. Stephanie Roorda (Can)
Men’s team sprint: 1. New Zealand 43.257sec 2. Netherlands 43.469 3. Germany 43.536 4. France 43.577
Men’s 15km scratch: 1. Sebastian Mora Vedri (Spn) 16:36, 2. Ignacio Prado (Mex), 3. Claudio Imhof (Swi)
Women’s team sprint: 1. Russia 33.871sec 2. China DQ 3. Germany 33.740 4. Australia 33.871
Women’s individual sprint: 1. Rebecca Wiasak (Aus) 3min 34.099sec 2. Malgorzata Wojtyra 3:41.904 (Pol) 3. Annie Foreman-Mackey (Can) 3:36.055 4. Ruth Winder (US) 3:39.902
Women’s sprint: Becky James, Katy Marchant, Jess Varnish.
Men’s sprint: Matt Crampton, Phil Hindes, Jason Kenny, Callum Skinner.
Women’s endurance: Elinor Barker, Ciara Horne, Emily Nelson, Joanna Rowsell Shand, Laura Trott.
Men’s endurance: Steven Burke, Mark Cavendish, Ed Clancy, Jon Dibben, Owain Doull, Chris Latham, Andy Tennant, Sir Bradley Wiggins.
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