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  1. Who's in action tonight?

    Great Britain line up with Katy Marchant and Sophie Capewell in the women's team sprint while Jack Carlin, Phil Hindes, Ryan Owens and Joe Truman compete inthe men's team.

    Chris Latham competes in the men’s scratch race with Emily Kay representing GB in the women's event. Katie Archibald also takes part in the women's omnium.

    Elsewhere, Steven Burke, Kian Emadi, Ed Clancy and Ollie Wood are in action for Great Britain in the round one of the men's team pursuit.

  2. BBC Sport coverage

    Cycling Track World Cup

    BBC Sport has live coverage of the UCI Track Cycling World Cup in Manchester on BBC Two, Red Button, Connected TVs, online and the BBC Sport app from 10-12 December.

    View the full coverage & event schedule here.

  3. Strong British presence

    Cycling Track World Cup

    In total, 30 riders, including six Olympic champions, will represent the Great Britain team plus British Cycling's Team Breeze and the 100% me team from 10-12 November.

  4. GB men

    Cycling Track World Cup

    Ed Clancy returns to World Cup action for the first time since winning a third team pursuit Olympic gold in Rio and is joined by two-time Olympic gold medallist Steven Burke in the men's endurance events.

    Olympic champions Callum Skinner and Phil Hindes feature in the sprint events.

    Ed Clancy
  5. GB women

    Cycling Track World Cup

    In the women's endurance events, reigning Olympic, world and European champions Katie Archibald and Elinor Barker will line up for the Great Britain team.

    Olympic bronze medallist Katy Marchant will be joined in the sprint by senior academy programme rider Sophie Capewell, who made her elite debut at the European Track Championships in Berlin last month.

    Katie Archibald
  6. How to get into cycling

    Get Inspired

    Cycling is booming - many people are getting on a bike for the first time, and those who already cycle are cycling more and more. It's a revolution.

    Find out how to get involved here.

    Rachel Atherton