Sydney World Cup Track
(World Cup Classics 2007 - 2008)
30 November - 2 December, Dunc Gray Velodrome, Sydney
Australia will be represented by a host of Olympic, Commonwealth and World Champions, including some of the country's hottest young talent, at the opening round of the UCI Track World Cup Classics being staged in Sydney from 30 November to 2 December.
The Sydney round has attracted the largest World Cup field ever with more than 400 riders from 48 nations entered to contest 17 events over three days of racing. Cycling Australia today announced the 'The Cyclones' National Team to race in Sydney with Australia also being represented by the newly formed professional outfit, Team Toshiba, and riders in both the T-Mobile and Drapac Porsche professional teams.
The opening round of the UCI World Cup Classics series will be staged at Sydney's Dunc Gray Velodrome from 30 November to 2 December. Tickets are now on sale and can be purchased online at www.trackworldcup.com.au or by phone on 1300 130 841 Detailed session information is available on the website.
Six of Australia's reigning Olympic Champions will be racing, including World Record holder at 500m, Anna Meares (the others are : Ryan Bayley, Graeme Brown, Peter Dawson, Brett Lancaster and Luke Roberts).
Reigning points race World Champion, Kate Bates will also be in Sydney and reigning Australian Junior World Champion, Josephine Tomac lines up for her first senior World Cup experience (she is joined by four fellow champions: Jack Bobridge, Leigh Howard, Travis Meyer and Tom Palmer). Commonwealth Games Road Champion, Matt Hayman will return to the track after a lay-off of more than 10 years.
Australian National Team - 'The Cyclones'
Team Toshiba - Australian Professional Track Team
T-Mobile Professional Track Team
Drapac Porsche Development Team
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