The 2016/17 Tissot UCI Track Cycling World Cup resumes this month, with back-to-back events in Colombia and the USA.
Following round three in Colombia, where Great Britain Cycling Team's Emily Nelson won omnium silver, a team of three riders head to Los Angeles for the final round of the season from 25-26 February.
Round four: Los Angeles
The 2016/17 Tissot UCI Track Cycling World Cup concludes in North America with the fourth round in Los Angeles.
Three British riders will be in action, with Olympic team pursuit champion Elinor Barker headlining the squad.
Barker makes her return to international competition, having been part of the successful Great Britain Cycling Team squad at the second round of the world cup in Apeldoorn last November, where she claimed gold in the points race.
The 22-year-old will take on the scratch race in Los Angeles, as well as teaming up with Senior Academy rider Ellie Dickinson in the Madison, hoping to follow in the footsteps of teammates Katie Archibald and Manon Lloyd, who claimed the first ever women’s Madison title at world level the world cup in Glasgow last year.
The final member of the British team in the USA will be Chris Latham, world cup silver medallist in the scratch race in Apeldoorn last year.
Latham will compete in the new, four-event omnium in Los Angeles, looking to follow up on the silver medal he won in that event in New Zealand in the 2015/16 world cup competition.
The Tissot UCI Track Cycling World Cup returns to StubHub’s Velo Sports Center for the first time since 2008 - the fifth time that the world cup has held a round in Los Angeles.
Based in Carson, to the south of downtown Los Angeles and north of Long Beach, the largest indoor velodrome in America has capacity for 2,450 spectators and features a 250-metre indoor Siberian Pine wooden track, with a maximum incline of 45 degrees.
The time in Los Angeles is eight hours behind UK time. Times below are UK time.
Saturday 25 February (9pm-5.21am)
Sunday 26 February (9pm-6.03am)
Women’s scratch qualifying and final
Women’s Madison qualifying and final
How to follow the Tissot UCI Track Cycling World Cup
- Reports, results, images and reaction will appear on the British Cycling website.
- Follow @BritishCycling on Twitter for updates.
- Follow British Cycling on Instagram.
- Live coverage of the final session and highlights of the weekend from 2am on Monday 27 February via the UCI YouTube channel.