Cycling

1:30pm Sunday 18 November on BBC TWO

Jonathan Edwards presents highlights of cycling’s Track World Cup from Glasgow.

This is the second round of the 2012-13 series and is the first time the new Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome has been used on the international stage.

Such is the popularity of cycling in this country following the stunning exploits of Team GB at the London Olympics that tickets for this event sold out in just 25 minutes.

As well as live coverage of the men’s sprint involving Olympic gold medallist Jason Kenny, and the women’s omnium, featuring fellow London 2012 champion Laura Trott, there will be a round-up of what happened in last night’s finals.

In total, 200 of the world’s best riders from over 30 nations will be competing as thoughts already begin to turn to Rio 2016.

Commentary comes from Hugh Porter and Chris Boardman.

1:00pm Saturday 17 November on BBC ONE

Jonathan Edwards presents highlights of cycling’s Track World Cup from Glasgow.

The new Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome is making its debut on the international stage, and hosts the second round of the 2012-13 Track Cycling World Cup series.

Last night’s action saw the finals of the men’s team sprint and women’s team pursuit – two events Great Britain won gold in at the London Olympics.

Commentary comes from Hugh Porter and Chris Boardman.

3:15pm Sunday 23 September on BBC TWO

Jill Douglas introduces coverage of the men’s and women’s road races from Limburg in the Netherlands.

The Manx Missile, Mark Cavendish, won gold for Great Britain and claimed the famous rainbow jersey at last year’s event. Italy’s Giorgia Bronzini won the women’s race ahead of the Netherlands’ Olympic champion Marianne Vos, who collected her fifth consecutive silver medal.

Hugh Porter and Chris Boardman are in the commentary box.

Coverage of the men’s race is available on the Red Button from 9.00am-4.00pm.

3:30pm Saturday 22 September on BBC ONE

Jill Douglas presents highlights of the men’s and women’s time trials from Limburg, in the Netherlands.

Tour de France winner and Olympic champion Bradley Wiggins finished second at last year’s championships as Germany’s Tony Martin took gold. The women’s title also went to Germany with Judith Arndt claiming victory, while Great Britain’s Emma Pooley won bronze.

2011 winner Mark Cavendish was the first British man to win the title since 1965.

Commentary comes from Hugh Porter and Chris Boardman.

Coverage of the World Road Championships is also available on the Red Button from 12.30pm-2.30pm

2:30pm Sunday 8 April on BBC TWO

Jill Douglas presents all the best of the action from the World Championships at Melbourne’s Hisense Arena, which also hosted track competition at the 2006 Commonwealth Games.

This represents the last chance to secure London 2012 Olympic qualifications and in particular an all-British battle in the men’s sprint promises drama.

Olympic Champion Sir Chris Hoy faces reigning World Champion Jason Kenny, knowing that only one of them can compete for the title in London this summer.

Elsewhere Britain can expect some great battles for world titles against hosts Australia, including Victoria Pendleton and Jess Varnish in the team sprint against Anna Meares and Kaarle McCulloch, and what promises to be an epic Men’s Team Pursuit.

Commentary from Hugh Porter and former world champion Chris Boardman.

1.30pm Sunday 20 February on BBC TWO

The Manchester Velodrome hosts the last of this season’s Track World Cups, in which Sir Chris Hoy, Victoria Pendleton and Bradley Wiggins are expected to race for the qualification points ahead of next month’s World Championship in Holland

2.15pm Saturday 2 and Sunday 3 October on BBC ONE

Highlights of the men’s and women’s road races come from Melbourne, Australia, presented by Jill Douglas

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