In the first major track meet since the Olympics, you'll be able to relive the excitement and passion at this years World Track Championship in Hong Kong

BBC Two and Eurosport will be showing live coverage of the evening sessions of the championships.

After an incredibly strong Olympics, British Cycling have been forced to go with a fresh faced squad giving international debuts to no less than 10 riders.

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As predicted, both Jason and Laura Kenny will miss out as the couple take a break from track cycling to prepare for their child’s birth. Other notable absences include, Sir Bradley Wiggins, who has since retired, Mark Cavendish, who is now focussing on his road racing, and Ed Clancy who is taking some time away from the boards.

While the squad may seem lacking in experience, the team will still have four Olympic champions among their ranks in Katie Archibald, Elinor Barker, Steven Burke and Callum Skinner.

Both the BBC website and Eurosport will be airing the evening session live with selected sessions being shown on BBC Two and BBC Red Button services.

TV Schedule

NB: Schedule may be subject to change

Wednesday, 12 April
12.00-14.30 Eurosport LIVE – Track world champs
12.00-14.30 BBC Two and Connected TV live – Men’s and women’s team sprints
16.00-18.30 BBC Red Button highlights
20.00-21.30 Eurosport Highlights

Thursday, 13 April
09.30 -12.00 BBC Red Button day one highlights
09.30-10.30 Eurosport day one highlights
12.00-14.45 BBC Two and Connected TV LIVE
12.00-15.00 Eurosport LIVE
19.15-22.00 BBC Red Button highlights
20.00-21.30 Eurosport highlights

Friday, 14 April
09.15-12.00 BBC Red Button day two highlights
10.30-12.00 Eurosport day two highlights
11.50-14.40 BBC Two LIVE
12.00-15.10 Connected TV LIVE
12.00-15.10 Eurosport LIVE
19.15-22.35/22.35-01.55 BBC Red Button highlights
20.00-21.30 Eurosport highlights

Saturday, 15 April
06.00-07.30 Eurosport day three highlights
12.00-15.30 BBC Two and Connected TV LIVE
12.00-15.10 Eurosport Two LIVE

Sunday, 16 April
07.00-10.00 Eurosport LIVE
07.00-10.00 BBC Red Button day four highlights
13.00-14.15 BBC Two LIVE