Cycling Australia is pleased to announce that through a partnership with Kayo Sports, a wide range of Australian cycling action will be showcased to more people and more devices than ever before.
The 2019 Cycling Australia Track Nationals will begin the action from April 3, with four sessions to be live streamed featuring 2000 Olympic gold medallist Scott McGrory and 2007 world champion & dual Olympian Kate Bates in the commentary booth!
2019 TrackNats Live Stream Summary
- Wednesday 3 April – #TrackNats gets underway with eight national titles decided on Wednesday. The action begins in the afternoon with qualifying for the under 19 team sprint and team pursuit and the elite individual pursuit (finals in the evening). The evening will also see the men’s sprint qualifying get underway and both under 19 scratch races.
- Thursday 4 April – Six titles will be on offer on day two of the 2019 #TrackNats including the men’s sprint, plus under 19 individual pursuits and sprints. The women’s sprint qualifying also gets underway during the evening session, with the women’s time trial champion decided.
- Friday 5 April – A fast and furious Friday will see ten finals across two sessions at the 2019 #TrackNats with the elite women’s sprint, elite scratch races, elite men’s and under 19 time trials, plus the under 19 keirin finals.
- Saturday 6 April – The 2019 #TrackNats will conclude with a bang on Saturday afternoon with six finals including the elite keirins and points races, plus the under 19 men’s and women’s Madisons.
More than 60 hours of live action will be delivered across the 2019 season on Kayo Sports, and available for free on Cycling Australia’s Facebook pages.
See the full list of 2019 Cycling Australia events to feature live streaming here .
For more information or for your 14-day free trial, go to https://kayosports.com.au/