The 2017 Scottish Cycling National Track Championships are all set for the first race this afternoon, the start of three days of top-class action at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome. Action starts at 3.30pm with spectator admission available on the door.
Scene of Glasgow 2014 and the UCI Track Cycling World Cup and the venue for the 2018 European Championships the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome provides an inspirational setting for the national championships. Taking place between 10th-12th November the championships feature over 80 races with nearly 130 riders taking part.
The event will see 22 new Scottish champions crowned by the end of the weekend who will be invited to Scottish Cycling’s Roll of Honour event to be recognised and awarded for their achievements. It’s also an opportunity for athletes to secure their place at the 2018 Commonwealth Games taking place next April on the Gold Coast.
Access for spectators is to the track centre area providing a view of the races from the heart of the action. The full running order for this afternoon can be viewed below.
Racing starts at 3.30pm.
Admission for spectators is £2 per person providing a wrist band for track centre access.
Full running order today as follows:-
1 Women’s 500m Time Trial
2 Veteran Male Individual 3000m Pursuit Rd 1
3 Women’s 500m Time Trial VC
4 Veteran Female Individual 2000m Pursuit Rd 1
5 Open Keirin Round 1
6 Women’s Keirin Round 1
7 Women’s 3000m Individual Pursuit Rd 1
8 Tandem Open Pursuit 3000m
10 Veteran Male Individual 3000m Pursuit Final
11 Veteran Female Individual 2000m Pursuit Final
12 Tandem Open Pursuit 3000m VC
13 Open Keirin Minor Final
14 Open Keirin Final
15 Women’s Keirin Minor Final
16 Women’s Keirin Final
17 Women’s 3000m Individual Pursuit Final
18 Veteran Male Individual 3000m Pursuit VC
19 Veteran Female Individual 2000m Pursuit VC
20 Open Keirin VC
21 Women’s Keirin VC
22 Women’s 3000m Individual Pursuit VC
23 Open Points 30km
24 Open Points VC