Gold Coast 2018: Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th April

Gold Coast 2018: Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th April

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The remaining two days of track cycling competition will take place this Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th April, starting with the Men's sprint qualifying round.


Following his silver keirin win, Lewis Oliva will take to the boards for the men's sprint, from 4:32 am UK time.

James Ball and Pete Mitchell, who claimed silver on day one of the Commonwealth Games during the Men's BVI 1000m Time Trial, will compete in the Men's B&VI sprint.

The Women's points race will see both Dani Rowe and Elinor Barker take to the track for the first time since the competition started on the 5th of April, along with Jess Roberts who competed in the Wales Women's Team Pursuit and achieved a personal best in the Individual Pursuit.

For a third day in a row, Ellie Coster and Rachel James will represent Wales in the Women's 500m TT with Jon Mould, Rhys Britton and Joe Holt competing in the Men's scratch race.


A fourth day in a row for Ellie Coster and Rachel James as they take on the Women's Keirin, whilst Manon Lloyd and sisters Elinor Barker and Megan Barker will compete in the Women's scratch race,

For the Men, Jon Mould, Joe Holt and Sam Harrison will represent Team Wales in the Men's points race, whilst Ethan Vernon and Lewis Oliva take on the Men's 1000m Time Trial.

Full schedule

How to watch from the UK

Live coverage:

23:55-06:00, 10:00-12:00 & 14:15-16:30 - BBC One (coverage starts late Friday night)

00:00-14:30 - BBC Red Button and online

06:00-10:05 & 12:00-14:15 - BBC Two

Today at the Games:

18:30 – 19:30 – BBC Two

Commonwealth Games Extra

20:00-21:00 – BBC Four


14:00-19:30 – BBC red button and online (14:00- 17:30 on Sunday)

How to follow

You can follow the events live on Twitter by following @WelshCycling and @TeamWales.