Preview: UCI Track Nations Cup Glasgow

Preview: UCI Track Nations Cup Glasgow

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Dame Laura Kenny and Katie Archibald headline a star-studded Tissot UCI Track Nations Cup at Glasgow’s Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome this weekend, with medals up for grabs against some incredible competition. Here’s everything you need to know – including how you can watch from home on the BBC.

Representing the Great Britain Cycling Team

Olympic Madison champions Laura Kenny and Archibald will feature in the endurance events alongside team pursuit silver medallist teammate Neah Evans, while Matt Walls will be back on the track for the first time since his Tokyo omnium heroics.

Paisley-born sprint star Jack Carlin, who will be competing in his first major international competition since his silver and bronze medals at the Tokyo Games, will be hoping to add an extra-special medal to his collection on his home track.

Finally, off the back of their historic bronze at the 2021 world championships in Roubaix, the women’s team sprint squad of Lauren Bate, Sophie Capewell, Blaine Ridge Davis and Milly Tanner will have their eyes on the top step of the podium this weekend.

The full Great Britain Cycling Team squad can be found here.

Around the world

In addition to the Great Britain Cycling Team riders, there are 11 Tokyo Olympic champions hungry for more medals in Glasgow, including sprint world record holders Harrie Lavreysen, Kelsey Mitchell and Jeffrey Hoogland, and the Italian team pursuit gold quartet of Filippo Ganna, Simone Consonni, Francesco Lamon and Jonathan Milan. Look out also for the impressive German women’s team pursuit squad who took the Olympic title in Tokyo, breaking the world record in the final against Great Britain.

A full list of competitors from across the nations can be found here.

Tokyo 2020 women's team pursuit podium, Great Britain silver

How to watch

We’re delighted to say that all four evening sessions will be broadcast live by the BBC on the Red Button and iPlayer, meaning viewers at home won’t miss a single medal. You can find a full schedule for the event as part of the programme, here.

Tickets to watch the event live at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome are available online here, and can be purchased on the day of the session as they will be provided electronically.

Get social

Whether you’re in the velodrome or watching at home, get closer to the action by following on social through Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, where we’ll be sharing exclusive content and behind the scenes footage all weekend. Don’t forget to send us your highlights and photos using the hashtag #TrackNationsCup, too!