About The Race
Michael Hepburn of Australia will defend the individual pursuit title. (Getty Images)
Minsk hosts the 2013 UCI Track Cycling World Championships from Wednesday 20 to Sunday 24 February.
The UCI Track Cycling World Championships stands at the
pinnacle of world track cycling and will attract up to 350 of the world’s best
cyclists from more than 40 countries.
The championships are the first major international event after the 2012 London Olympic Games and hence offer fans their first opportunity to witness the next generation of stars as they step out in search of a prestigious rainbow jersey on the Road to Rio.
SBS will broadcast the championships live across SBS ONE and Cycling Central online.
Broadcast details (all times AEST)
21 February: 3am-6am LIVE SBS ONE and online; 7.30pm-8.30pm HIGHLIGHTS SBS TWO
22 February: 3am-6am LIVE SBS ONE and online; 7.30pm-8.30pm HIGHLIGHTS SBS TWO
23 February: 3am-6am LIVE SBS ONE and online; 7.30pm-8.30pm HIGHLIGHTS SBS TWO
24 February: 3am-6am LIVE SBS ONE and online; 7.30pm-8.30pm HIGHLIGHTS SBS TWO; 11.30pm-1.15am (25 February) LIVE SBS ONE 9Eastern states only)
25 February: 7.30pm-8.30pm HIGHLIGHTS SBS TWO
Finals programme for the world track cycling championships.
Men: Kilometre time trial, team pursuit
Women: Individual pursuit, team sprint
Women: 500m time trial, team pursuit
Men: Individual pursuit, scratch (15km), team sprint
Women: Scratch (10 km), Sprint
Men: Points (40km), keirin
Women: Points (25km), sprint
Women: Points, keirin
Men: Sprint, madison (50km)