|2021 BMX World Championships|
|Venue: Papendal, Arnhem, Netherlands Date: Sunday, 22 August|
|Coverage: Watch live coverage of the men and women's final on Red Button, BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website from 12:15 BST|
Olympic gold medallist Beth Shriever will be among 10 Britons competing at the BMX World Championships on Sunday and you can watch it live on the BBC.
Shriever crowdfunded her way to gold, after UK Sport said it would only fund male riders for the Tokyo 2020 cycle.
Alongside team-mate Kye Whyte, they became Britain's first ever BMX Olympic medallists.
Watch live coverage from Arnhem on the Red Button, BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website from 12:15 BST.
What is the BMX World Championships?
Around 56 countries participate in BMX every year.
Unlike the World Cup - which is an international racing series held at several locations throughout the year - the World Championships are held just once a year, with the winner of each event crowned BMX Cycling world champion.
The event sees riders compete in four main categories - Elite Men, Elite Women, Junior Men, Junior Women.
Sunday, 22 August
12:15-14:30 BST - Red Button, BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website
All times are BST and are subject to change
You can view BBC Sport output as well as listen to radio sports programming on the BBC iPlayer.
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