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Live Reporting

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    Video caption: Track Cycling World Championships: Denmark win gold in men's team pursuit

    Denmark break a third world record in a row in the men's team pursuit with a incredible time of 3:44.672 to win gold at the Track Cycling World Championships in Berlin.

  2. Great Britain win women's team pursuit silver

    Katie Archibald, Elinor Barker, Neah Evans and Ellie Dickinson were beaten by almost two seconds by the US, who clocked 4:11.235 seconds.

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    Women's team pursuit
  3. Wednesday’s results in Berlin

    Men's Team Sprint:

    1. Netherlands 41.225 secs
    2. Great Britain 42.400
    3. Australia 42.829
    4. France 43.213

    Women's Scratch Race:

    1. Kirsten Wild (Ned)
    2. Jennifer Valente (US)
    3. Maria Martins (Por)
    4. Laura Kenny (GB)
    5. Martina Fidanza (Ita)

    Team Sprint:

    1. Germany 32.163 secs
    2. Australia 32.384
    3. China 32.371
    4. Russia 32.466
  4. Laura Kenny to ride in pursuit

    Laura Kenny
    Image caption: Laura Kenny in action in Berlin

    After finishing fourth in the scratch race, Laura Kenny is set to ride in the first round of the women's team pursuit on Thursday, just a month after breaking her shoulder.

    Kenny had originally said she would sit out the team pursuit in Berlin, because she was concerned about standing starts.

    British Cycling have now announced Kenny will replace Neah Evans in the GB four for the next round of the team pursuit.

    Evans, with Katie Archibald, Elinor Barker and Ellie Dickinson, set the second fastest time behind the United States in Wednesday’s qualifying.

  5. Kenny edged out of medals on the line

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    Video caption: World Track Cycling Championships: Laura Kenny misses out on medal in women's scratch race

    Great Britain's Laura Kenny narrowly misses out on a medal in the women's scratch at the Track Cycling World Championships.

  6. GB win silver in men's team sprint

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    Video caption: World Track Cycling Championships: GB win silver as Netherlands a set a new world record

    Jason Kenny, Jack Carlin and Ryan Owens won Great Britain's first medal of the Track Cycling World Championships in Berlin with silver in the men's team sprint.

    GB, the current Olympic champions, were beaten to gold by the Netherlands, who lowered their own world record to 41.225 seconds after breaking it in the previous round.

    The Netherlands have now won three successive world titles in the event, with Australia winning bronze in the German capital.

    Earlier, Laura Kenny finished fourth in the scratch race, a month after breaking her shoulder.

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  7. Who is taking part for Great Britain?

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    Video caption: Surgeon told me Olympics wouldn't be possible - Kenny on fight back from injury

    Great Britain's Olympic medal hopefuls will test themselves against the world's best at the UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Berlin.

    Jason and Laura Kenny, who hold 10 Olympic golds between them, are the star names seeking to show their form in the build-up to this summer's Olympics.

    Four-time Olympic champion Laura chose not to have an operation on a broken shoulder so she can continue her Tokyo 2020 preparations.

    Other Olympic medallists in the 20-strong British squad are Ed Clancy, Phil Hindes, Katie Archibald, Elinor Barker and Katy Marchant.

    There will be 20 gold medals on offer across the five days of competition.

    Men's squad:

    Endurance: Ed Clancy, Kian Emadi, Ethan Hayter, Mark Stewart, Charlie Tanfield, Matt Walls, Ollie Wood.

    Sprint: Jack Carlin, Phil Hindes, Jason Kenny, Ryan Owens.

    Women's squad:

    Endurance: Katie Archibald, Elinor Barker, Eleanor Dickinson, Neah Evans, Laura Kenny, Josie Knight.

    Sprint: Lauren Bate, Sophie Capewell, Katy Marchant.

  8. 'Focus is on Tokyo 2020, not Worlds'

    Ed Clancy

    This week's World Championships "could be tricky" for Britain's team pursuit squad says Ed Clancy, but the Olympic champion maintains the focus is on the "bigger picture" of Tokyo 2020.

    GB, including Clancy, have won the last three Olympic titles in the event.

    But Australia have established themselves as the dominant force since Rio 2016 and are favourites to win gold at this week's Worlds in Berlin.

    "The competition is red hot," Clancy, 34, told BBC Sport.

    "In an ideal world, we'd be sat on top of the pile but the reality is, right now, I think we're behind those guys and it could potentially be a tricky World Championships for us.

    "But that won't change anything as we head towards Tokyo. We know we'll do a better performance there, as we have done in the past."

    Read the full article here.

  9. BBC Coverage

    All times are GMT and subject to change

    You can watch live coverage of the championships on BBC Two, BBC iPlayer, BBC Red Button and via the BBC Sport website and app, with all of the action available to watch again on the iPlayer.

    Thursday, 27 February

    17:25-20:30 - BBC Red Button, BBC iPlayer & BBC Sport website & app

    19:00-20:30 - BBC Four

    Finals: Men's team pursuit, scratch race & keirin and women's team pursuit.

  10. How to get into cycling

    BBC Sport

    Just hop on a bike and you're good to go.

    Road cycling, the most common form of cycling, is simply riding a bike outside for exercise, sport or to get from A to B. Track cycling adds a competitive element and sees riders race around a specialist track at high speeds.

    British Cycling,Scottish Cycling,Welsh Cycling and Cycle NI have information about clubs and racing tracks in your local area.

    The Breeze programme, for women cyclists, offers a range of safe and sociable cycle routes for all abilities. If you don't have access to a bike there are hundreds of bike rental facilities across the UK.

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    Video caption: 'I'm one in a million' - join the campaign to get more women cycling