The UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships take place in Apeldoorn, the Netherlands, between 14th and 17th March. Of the team of 25 riders that will represent the Great Britain Cycling Team over the four days of competition, a number of Scots will complete for the rainbow jersey.
Details of the full team are available here. Neil Fachie, piloted by Matt Rotherham, will take to the track again to try and continue his incredible form from the last few months. Neil spoke to British Cycling about the importance of these events to the sport and how he's looking forward to getting back on the track.
Fin Graham will make his World Championships debut in Apeldorn, he has been speaking to British Cycling about how he feels about going to his first World Championships and reflecting back on his World Cup appearance in London.
Also a really nice tribute from Fin on the role that Scottish Cycling has played in his development. Thank you Finn for the kind words!
You can keep up to date on the progress of the whole GBCT squad throughout the competition by following British Cycling’s social platforms and by reading the race reports that they produce at the end of each day.
Totally commited to the job at hand, Neil spent his birthday celebrations in the veledrome making sure he's ready for the events this week!
Track is back this week!— UCI Track Cycling (@UCI_Track) March 11, 2019
Apeldoorn is preparing to host the 2019 @UCI_paracycling Track World Championships between March 14-17
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