UCI Champions League Track | The full starting list for Season 1 has been announced

UCI Champions League Track |  The full starting list for Season 1 has been announced

The world’s best track cyclists will compete against each other in the UCI Champions League, which begins next week. Preparations are in full swing and participants confirmed.

Fifty contestants announced today that they will join 22 contestants who have already received the Golden Ticket. Harrie Lavreysen, Jeffrey Hoogland, Kirsten Wild, Ed Clancy, Katie Archibald and Emma Hinze are some of the world-class talents to be seen in the UCI Track Champions League, among others. Ten Olympic gold medals were awarded to the 72 participating cyclists and no less than 63 UCI World Championship titles on the common palm.

Emma Haines with one of her three gold medals from the Roubaix 2021 World Championships

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48 riders qualified for the “League” because of their good results at the Tissot UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Roubaix. Two pre-qualified riders join this group for a total of 72. The prize money is the same for all participants and components in this innovative new series with the aim of taking the sport to a new level. Short formats and fast, adrenaline-filled races. Broadcast to millions of people.

Among the enemy ladies, Leah Friedrich is part of the party. The German won no less than three gold medals in the world cycling championships on the track a week ago. Tokyo 2020 bronze medal winner will also be present: Lauriane Genest. Daria Shmeleva also adds a number of European and world titles and Olympic medals to the common palm.

Sophie Capwell, Yana Tishchenko, Mina Sato and Anastasia Voinova are also medalists from the previous UCI Champions League World Championships. Lauren van Rijen made her first World Championship competition in Roubaix after a terrible fall in Japan during the Olympics. Now the Dutch can go straight to the Champions League. The Olympic champion on keirin is also present: Shanne Braspennincx.

Shanne Braspennincx and Lauren van Rijsen

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In addition to the above-mentioned men, Mateusz Roddick is also present. Ryan Helal, bronze medalist from Tokyo 2020 and silver medalist at the World Championships in Roubaix, also wants to continue his good form. Two-time World Champion Stefan Boettcher and another World Championship medalist travel to Mallorca in the first of a total of five rounds of the UCI Champions League.

But it doesn’t stop there. Necessary Heroes are also on the starting list in the Endurance category. For example, the under-23 world champion, Silvia Zanardi. European points race champion Gulnaz Khatuntseva and Olympic runner-up Yumi Kajihara are also in attendance.

In the men’s race, Tuur Dens, Luri Leitao, Rhys Britton and Michele Scartezzini won medals at the UCI Track Cycling Championships in Roubaix. They also qualified for the UCI Track Champions League.

UCI Track Champions League Trailer

More information about the UCI Track Champions League can be found here.
Top talents compete like never before in five different movements taking place in four different countries. For riders, a “golden ticket” means taking part in the most exciting developments on the cycling track. For millions of fans around the world, this is a step closer to experiencing a new way of sporting. Action-packed and driven by technology, the UCI Track Champions League can be followed at the same track, via the Eurosport app, eurosport.nl and discovery+.

The first round of the UCI Track Champions League takes place on Saturday 6 November in Mallorca.

UCI Champions League Track | The prestigious event tent deserves a prestigious award.

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Sprint – Women:

  • Shaan Braspinincks (Netherlands)
  • Lauren van Rijen (Netherlands)
  • Lorient Genest (Canada)
  • Leah Friedrich (Germany)
  • Myriam Weiss (Italy)
  • Martha Bayona Pineda (Colombia)
  • Rio Ota (Japan)
  • Sophie Capwell (Great Britain)
  • Yana Tishchenko (Rosland)
  • Daria Shmeleva (Rosland)
  • Anastasia Voinova (Rosland)
  • Mina Sato (Japan)
  • Yuli Paula Verdugo Osuna (Mexico)
  • Emma Haines (Germany)
  • Mathilde Gros (France)
  • Simona Krupikaiti (Lithuania)
  • Kelsey Mitchell (Canada)
  • Olina Starikova (Ukrainian)

Sprint – Men

  • Harry Lafrisen (Netherlands)
  • Geoffrey Hoagland (Netherlands)
  • Jan Spies (South Africa)
  • Mateusz Roddick (Poland)
  • Gaerjeon In Fa (Suriname)
  • Tom Derracci (France)
  • Jordan Castle (New Zealand)
  • Kevin Quintero Chavaro (Colombia)
  • Mikhail Yakovlev (Rosland)
  • Kento Yamazaki (Japan)
  • Ryan Hilal (France)
  • Stefan Boetcher (Germany)
  • Jay Angsuthaswaite (Thailand)
  • Hugo Barrett (Canada)
  • Nicholas Paul (Trinidad and Tobago)
  • Vasilius Lindi (Lithuania)
  • Maximilian Levy (Germany)
  • Denis Dmitriev (Russia)

Stamina – Women:

  • Kirsten Wilde (Netherlands)
  • Maggie Coles – Leicester (Canada)
  • Hanna Tsarakh (Belarus)
  • Tania Calvo (Spain)
  • Michel Andres (Switzerland)
  • Albeta Pachekova (Slovakia)
  • Gulnaz Khatuntseva (Russia)
  • Emily Kay (Ireland)
  • Silvia Zanardi (Italy)
  • Karolina Karasewicz (Poland)
  • Maria Martins (Portugal)
  • Olivija Baleisyte (Lithuania)
  • Yukine Lararte (Spain)
  • Yumi Kajihara (Japan)
  • Katie Archibald (Great Britain)
  • Anita Yvonne Stenberg (Norway)
  • Annette Edmondson (Australia)
  • Kendall Ryan (USA)

Stamina – Men:

  • Roy Effing (Netherlands)
  • Tour Denis (Belgium)
  • Reese Britton (UK)
  • Alan Banasczyk (Poland)
  • Jules Hesters (Belgium)
  • Gavin Hoover (USA)
  • Michele Scartisini (Italy)
  • Kazushige Kobuki (Japan)
  • Claudio Imhof (Switzerland)
  • Aaron Gate (New Zealand)
  • Yuri Letao (Portugal)
  • Eric Martorell Hague (Spain)
  • Ed Clancy (Great Britain)
  • Sebastian Mora (Spain)
  • Corbin Strong (New Zealand)
  • Yassin Shaleel (Al-Gharij)
  • Kelland O’Brien (Australia)
  • Rotem Tine (Israel)

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