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What to expect on day seven of the Champs
We’re into the second half of the championships and the action just keeps on coming. Find out what’s coming up on day seven.
This unique event, the first of its kind and the biggest cycling event in history, began on Thursday 3 August and continues until Sunday 13 August, and features riders from over 130 countries in 13 championships, with over 200 rainbow jerseys to be awarded throughout the Championships.
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More new events get underway with rainbow jerseys to be won across the country, plenty more opportunities to spectate for free in Dumfries and Galloway, Stirling and Glasgow so come on down and see the action.
Events to watch
Para-cycling road time trials
The first para-cycling road events get underway in Dumfries and Galloway with athletes tackling a variety of challenging courses, utilising the latest technology in aerodynamics and raw human power to make around the course in the fastest time. With 14 rainbow jerseys up for grabs throughout the day, every second counts.
Men under 23 TT
We look to the next generation of stars as the men’s under 23 ITT sets out on a loop from Stirling on the technical 36km course. Over 240m of elevation greets the riders in a backloaded course putting pressure on already tired legs, expect to see champions here featuring on future world tour podiums.
We reach the climax of proceedings at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome as our final athletes take to the track in search of the remaining 4 rainbow jerseys. We’re straight into the action this evening with the women’s omnium featuring throughout the night as competitors fight it out ahead of the points race at the end of the evening.
Before that though, we’ve still got the men’s keirin, points race and women’s sprint to come, with British hopefuls across the board. This is an evening you will not want to miss.
Another day, another new event. If you’ve not watched trial biking, you’re in for a treat. After all the speed this week, now it is time for the agility and technical skill focused riders to come to the fore.
Looking for the cleanest runs up, over and around a purpose-built course, nothing but perfection will do in Glasgow Green.
Want to know more, check out our guide Trials | 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships (cyclingworldchamps.com)
Mountain Bike Cross-country
A first look at the Glentress Forest mountain bike course as the mixed team relays and E-MTB riders vie it out for the first three medals of these champs. Spectators are in for a treat across the next few days as action comes thick and fast all week.
Athletes to watch
Who will take the jersey from Norway’s Søren Wærenskjold in this year’s under 23s individual time trial? Switzerland’s Jan Christen may be fighting it out with Søren’s fellow countryman Johannes Staune-Mittet for glory, could British duo Josh Charlton and Callum Thornley be in with a shot?
We’re keeping our eyes on the quintet of British talent that is Felix Barrow (men’s T2), Luke Jones (men’s H3), Alex Brooke-Turner (men’s H4), Nick Beighton (H5), and Claire Danson (H3) take on the individual time trials today.
The final day in the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome and a last chance to take home glory for Great British hopefuls. Expect to see Sophie Capewell and Emma Finucane challenging for the medals in the women’s sprint finals as they face stiff competition from the German pair of Mathilde Gros and Lea Friedrich.
Jack Carlin, Hamish Turnbull and Will Perrett all feature ahead of the culmination of the track events sees local hero Katie Archibald battle it out over the four disciplines of the omnium, finishing with the points race at the end of the night.