Road World Championships: BBC coverage, reports, schedule & GB squad

Lizzie Deignan and Chris Froome
Follow the Road World Championships across BBC TV, the BBC Sport website and mobile app
UCI World Road Championships 2017
Host: Bergen, Norway Dates: 17-24 September
Coverage: Live coverage of the elite men's and women's time trials and road races on BBC TV, BBC Red Button, Connected TV, BBC Sport website & app - full broadcast schedule here

The World Road Championships take place from 17-24 September in Bergen, Norway, with live coverage across BBC TV, online and the BBC Sport app.

As well as watching the action, you can read reports on the BBC Sport website and mobile app, plus interact and share your views on the action via BBC Sport's dedicated social media accounts (Facebook, external-link Twitterexternal-link, Instagramexternal-link).

Great Britain squad

Elite men Elite women
Adam BlytheElinor Barker
Mark ChristianAlice Barnes
Jon DibbenHannah Barnes
Owain DoullAnna Christian
Chris FroomeLizzie Deignan
Tao Geoghegan HartDani King
Pete KennaughMel Lowther
Ian StannardAbby Mae Parkinson
Ben SwiftClaire Rose
Scott ThwaitesHayley Simmonds
Abigail van Twisk


Click here for the results

Schedule (all times BST)

Sunday, 17 September

Men's team time trial - Team Sky finish third

Women's team time trial

Monday, 18 September

Men's under-23 individual time trial

Tuesday, 19 September

Women's elite individual time trial

Wednesday, 20 September

Men's elite individual time trial

Thursday, 21 September

Rest day

Friday, 22 September

Men's under-23 road race

Saturday, 23 September

Women's elite road race

BBC coverage

12:20-17:30 - Connected TV and online (uninterrupted coverage)

12:20-14:30 - BBC Red Button

14:00-16:00 - BBC One

16:00-17:30 - BBC Two

In-form Dutch pair Annemiek van Vleuten and Anna van der Breggen start as favourites, while British hopeful Lizzie Deignan is fit to compete after recovering from having her appendix removed.

Sunday, 24 September

Men's elite road race

BBC coverage

09:00-16:30 - Connected TV and online (uninterrupted coverage)

09:00-14:00 - BBC Red Button

13:00-16:30 - BBC Two

Peter Sagan will again be the man to beat as he seeks his third consecutive world title. The imperious Slovak held off second-placed Mark Cavendish in Doha last year and will be looking for a repeat performance on the scenic roads of Bergen.

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