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From Thursday 3 until Sunday 13 August, audiences can enjoy the 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships daily across BBC TV, iPlayer, the BBC Sport Website and app, and the BBC Scotland website.

Clare Balding leads all TV coverage alongside reporters Jill Douglas, JJ Chalmers and Sir Chris Hoy – who is also the BBC’s track centre expert – on BBC Two, BBC Three and iPlayer.

Additional commentary and expert analysis will come from Dame Sarah Storey and Hayley Simmonds. Leading commentators for track and elite road events are Simon Brotherton and Chris Boardman, alongside a team of guests.

For the first time ever, para-cycling competitions are fully integrated into the schedule, which includes track, road, para-cycling track, para-cycling road, BMX, MTB, artistic cycling, Cycle-Ball and Gran Fondo.

Barbara Slater, Director of BBC Sport says: “These Championships will be a fantastic celebration of cycling with so many different and exciting disciplines taking part in Glasgow and across Scotland. We’re delighted we can offer such comprehensive coverage to audiences across TV, iPlayer, 5 live, Sounds and the Sports website.”

On BBC Scotland, a selection of key daytime events are available to watch live from Sunday 6 August. Bringing coverage right from the heart of the action, audiences can enjoy the Men’s Road Race, Team Time Trial Mixed Relay, MTB Cross-country Team, Flatland Finals, MTB Cross-country Elite Women and Men, BMX Racing: qualifying, later rounds and finals.

Nesta McGregor is presenting key moments throughout the competition on BBC Breakfast, BBC News and Sportsday. Across the event, 200 hours of live streams will be available on iPlayer and the Red Button.


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