World Track Championship, Copenhagen - guide to following the action
YOU CAN WATCH ALL THE ACTION FROM COPENHAGEN ON THE BEEB, CHECK THE TV SCHEDULE BELOW. IF YOU NOT ABLE TO GET TO A TV SET THEN THERE ARE A FAIR FEW CYCLING JOURNALISTS REPORTING LIVE FROM THE EVENT AND YOU CAN FOLLOW THEM ONLINE.
Rapha Condor Sharp rider and Olympic medallist Chris Newton (pictured) is in action at the Track Champs. The team at Condor wish him all the very best.
- Check out Lionel Birnie and Simon Richardson from Cycling Weekly and their live web updates
- Follow Chris Newton on Twitter
- Read the reports from Larry Hickmott on the British Cycling website and follow him on Twitter
- Check out photos from Copenhagen on the British Cycling Flickr pages
William Fotheringham spoke to queen of the track, Victoria Pendleton, ahead of the racing. You can read the article here.
- BBC radio 5 live has live uninterupted coverage from the track on certain days. You can listen online, via digital radio or on 909/693 AM
- Thursday 26 March from 1800
- Friday 27 March from 1730
- Sunday 28 March from 1400
Track Cycling World Championship - TV Schedule
- Wednesday 24 March 1900-2100 BBC2, 1800-2100 red button, all online (UK only)
- Victoria Pendleton goes for Great Britain in the 500m time trial (final 1830 GMT) and Chris Hoy returns to the track where he crashed last year, bidding to help better last season's team sprint silver (2125 GMT).
- Thursday 25 March 1830-2000 (BBC2), 1800-2030 red button, all online (UK only)
- Olympic bronze medallist Chris Newton goes for Great Britain in the scratch race (1845 GMT), Vicky Pendleton and Jess Varnish go for gold in the women's team sprint and Chris Hoy bids to add the world title to his Olympic crown in the keirin (final 2050 GMT)
- Friday 26 March 1900-2000 (BBC2), 1800-2030 red button, all online (UK only)
- Anna Blyth will look for a British medal in the women's scratch race (2030 GMT) and Jason Queally could make his GB comeback as part of the men's team pursuit quartet (2050 GMT).
- Saturday 27 March 1415-1630 (BBC1), 1630-1730 (BBC2), all online (UK only)
- Vicky Pendleton defends her women's sprint crown (best-of-three final from 1615 GMT) and look out for the multi-event omnium, which will be a new Olympic discipline at London 2012.
- Sunday 28 March 1350-1730 BST (BBC2) , all online (UK only)
- Britain's sprint king and queen are both in action as Chris Hoy goes for gold in the men's sprint (best-of-three final from 1610 BST) and Vicky Pendleton bids for a third medal in the women's keirin (final 1630 BST)