The 2018 Commonwealth Games cycling events continued on Tuesday with the men’s and women’s individual time trials on the Gold Coast, Australia.
Riders tackled a twisting course starting and finishing on Currumbin Beachfront, with the men’s route totalling 37.8 kilometres and the women’s measuring 24.5km.
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After their success on the track, host nation Australia is hoping for more gold medals in the test against the clock.
The Aussies have a number of strong riders in attendance, but should see a challenge from New Zealand, England and Scotland.
Aside from the course, the riders will have to cope with the weather conditions, which are predicted to be hot.
Many of the riders taking part in the time trials will go on to contest the road races on Saturday, April 14.