Track cycling fans will be able to follow the action from this weekend’s British National Track Championships with full live coverage available through GCN+, Eurosport Player and the British Cycling YouTube channel.
With commentary from Brian Smith and Rebecca Charlton, more than 17 hours of live coverage will be broadcasted throughout the weekend, including all medal races and reaction from our newly-crowned national champions. British Cycling members can get 25% off an annual subscription when they sign up to GCN+, taking the cost to just £29.99 for a full year of live race coverage.
This year’s event will see a top-class field – including six Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic medallists – battle it out for the coveted national champions’ jerseys, as well as the new British Hour Record holder Dan Bigham. A full rider list and schedule for the event can be found here.
With tickets now almost sold out for the second sessions on Saturday and Sunday, spectators are encouraged to get their tickets now from the Newport Live website – starting from just £5 – to secure their seat.
British Cycling’s Head of Sport and Major Events, Jonathan Day, said:
“I’m delighted that we’re once again able to offer British fans to watch the country’s top riders do battle for the national stripes, with live coverage from every session helping us to bring fans closer to the event and take it to a new and wider audience.
“We’re thankful for the support of the teams at GCN, Eurosport and Century Television, along with our commentators Brian Smith and Rebecca Charlton, and look forward to another fantastic weekend of racing ahead.”
The coverage is being delivered in partnership with Century TV, who British Cycling have previously worked with to deliver live coverage of both of the 2021 HSBC UK | National Road Championships and 2022 British Cyclo-cross Championships.
Coverage of our major events is made possible by the ongoing support of British Cycling members, and you can join more than 150,000 others in supporting the development of our sport by joining today from just £24.
- Friday 4 March: 13:30 – 15:30, 19:00 – 21:30
- Saturday 5 March: 12:30 – 16:30, 19:00 – 22:00
- Sunday 6 March: 11:00 – 12:15, 13:30 – 18:00