(PRWEB UK) 3 January 2014
The Olympic Velodrome was the venue of much of Team GB's heroics and DSG believe the UCI World Championships will see the flourishing of new heroes of the track.
The 2014 UCI Track Cycling World Championships are due to be held in Cali, Colombia from 26th February to the 2nd March 2014. Cali, officially known as Santiago de Cali is the capital of Valle del Cauca and the third most populated city of Colombia. The Cali velodrome will provide a fantastic venue for the world championships and cycling.co.uk will be providing coverage and reports on all the action say DSG.
Head of Operations at DSG, Matthew Tait had this to say" “We have been going through a real golden era in track cycling in Great Britain with the likes of Chris Hoy, Victoria Pendleton and Bradley Wiggins cementing their places in history with a hoard of gold medals and establishing GB as the worlds number one track cycling nation for the second Olympics in a row. Hoy and Pendleton may have retired but the talent in depth is such now that new track superstars are already emerging in the form of Jason Kenny and Laura Trott. The UCI World Championships provides a great opportunity for relatively unknown cyclists to establish themselves and race against the best in the world and win the coveted ‘rainbow jersey’. We will be following the new track cycling stars of Team GB like never before on our cycling site cycling.co.uk. It’s going to be a great tournament and we are extremely privileged to report on the action.”
Simon Boynton, Managing Director of DSG believes that football.co.uk will be the perfect place to get the up to the second updates on the UCI Track Cycling World Championships. “We have a great website and the best fans in cycling.co.uk with superb pundits and writers with broad experience to analyse the racing online. I think everyone is excited to see the first real big track cycling tournament since the London Olympics and Team GB will again be the team to beat.”
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