Track Cycling World Championships 2019: Schedule and how to watch on the BBC

Track Cycling World Championships
Britain tied for third in the overall medal table at the 2018 World Championships in the Netherlands
Cycling - World Track Championships
Venue: Pruszkow, Poland Dates: 27 Feb-3 Mar
Fri 1 Mar: 17:30-21:15 - BBC Red Button, iPlayer, Sport website and app, Connected TV

Follow the 2019 Track Cycling World Championships live on the BBC from 27 February to 3 March.

Four-time Olympic gold medallist Laura Kenny and six-time Olympic champion Jason Kenny will both feature at the event in Pruszkow, Poland.

Ed Clancy, Kian Emadi, Ethan Hayter and Charlie Tanfield, who won gold in the men's team pursuit last year, plus women's madison champions Katie Archibald and Emily Nelson are also in the Great Britain squad.

Vicky Williamson, who fractured her neck and back, dislocated her pelvis and slipped a disc in her neck in a crash in 2016, also competes.

Great Britain squad

Men's Endurance: John Archibald, Ed Clancy, Kian Emadi, Ethan Hayter, Mark Stewart, Charlie Tanfield, Matt Walls, Ollie Wood.

Women's Endurance: Katie Archibald, Elinor Barker, Ellie Dickinson, Neah Evans, Laura Kenny, Emily Nelson.

Men's Sprint: Jack Carlin, Phil Hindes, Jason Kenny, Ryan Owens, Joe Truman.

Women's Sprint: Katy Marchant, Vicky Williamson.

GB at recent World Championships

YearGoldSilverBronzeTotalMedal table
Pruszkow 201912146th
Apeldoorn 201823163rd=
Hong Kong 201722154th=
London 201651391st
Paris 2015030310th
Cali 201421254th
Minsk 201352291st
Melbourne 2012643132nd


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