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TRACK

Why host a UCI Track event?
Why host a UCI Track event?

Events
UCI Track Cycling World Championships
UCI Juniors Track Cycling World Championships
UCI Track Cycling World Cup

Speed, strength and tactics are the watchwords of track cycling. As the oldest cycling discipline, track cycling has been an Olympic sport since the first modern Olympic Games. More than just a sporting event, track racing is almost a performance art for the many spectators who attend. With the UCI Juniors Track Cycling World Championships, rounds of the UCI Track Cycling World Cup and the UCI Track Cycling World Championships, there is sure to be an event suited to your velodrome and budget. If you do not have a velodrome in your region, a temporary track is certainly an option. The diversity of the racing attracts spectators in large numbers with endurance, sprint, individual and team races keeping the atmosphere exciting throughout. Track cycling is also a perfect environment for large hospitality programmes. Proximity to the athletes means that the public is at the very the heart of the sport; this is one of the key factors in the success of track events.

UCI TRACK CYCLING WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS KEY FACTS
Number of competition days: 5
Number of athletes: 300
Media accreditations: 500
Other accreditations: 1,300
Spectators: sold out venues

KEY MEDIA FIGURES
TV coverage: 100-130 countries (including pan-South American, pan-Middle Eastern and pan-African channels)
Broadcasters: 30-50
TV Audience: around 150 million

Next availability: 2018

 

UCI JUNIORS TRACK CYCLING WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS KEY FACTS
Number of competition days: 5
Number of athletes: 250 

Next availability: 2019

 

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