Track Cycling 

Track cycling is a fast-paced, hard fought competition that involves a variety of team and individual events, requiring athletes to display their speed, power, endurance and tactics around the 43-degree banked track. The closeness of spectators to the track and the speed of the cyclists creates an exciting atmosphere. It combines speed, tactics – and bikes are fixed-gear and have no brakes.

Quick facts.

  • The first Track Cycling World Championships were held in 1893 in Chicago
  • In its 122-year history, the world championships have visited 23 countries including Japan, Colombia and Venezuela. France has hosted the event 15 times
  • Track Cycling has been an Olympic Sport since 1896

Days of competition: 6 days
Competition dates: 18–23 September 
Medal events: 10
Competition venue: Velodrome

 


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