Posted on Tuesday 28th January, 2020

The 2020 UCI Para Cycling Track World Championships (Milton, Canada) runs from 30 January to 2 February. The event is an opportunity for nations to gain valuable UCI points to secure athlete slots for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.

The New Zealand Para Cycling Team includes:

Para cyclistClassificationImpairmentClubResides
Sarah Ellington C2Loss of muscle power (Incomplete paraplegia)Auckland Auckland
Emma Foy and Hannah Van Kampen (sighted pilot)B/VIVisual impairment (Foy only)Marsden Wheelers (Whangarei) / Ramblers (Hawkes Bay)Cambridge /Cambridge
Nicole Murray C5Limb deficiency (left wrist amputee)Te AwamutuOtorohanga
Nick BlincoeC4Loss of muscle power (complete right arm)Auckland Cambridge
Anna TaylorC4Incomplete spinal cord injury (due to acute cauda equina syndrome)Te AwamutuCambridge
Mitchell Wilson and Jackson Ogle (sighted pilot)B/VIVisual impairment (Wilson only)Te Awamutu / Te AwamutuCambridge /Cambridge

Find below the detailed schedule for the event:

Thursday 30 January

  • Sarah Ellington – Women C2 Individual Pursuit
  • Nicole Murray – Women C5 Individual Time Trial
  • Anna Taylor – Women C4 Individual Time Trial
  • Nick Blincoe – Men C4 Individual Time Trial

Friday 31 January

  • Emma Foy / Hannah van Kampen – Women Tandem Individual Pursuit
  • Sarah Ellington – Women C2 Individual Time Trial
  • Nicole Murray – Women C5 Flying 200m
  • Anna Taylor – Women C4 Flying 200m
  • Sarah Ellington – Women C2 Flying 200m

Saturday 1 February

  • Anna Taylor – Women C4 Individual Pursuit
  • Nicole Murray – Women C5 Individual Pursuit
  • Nick Blincoe – Men C4 Individual Pursuit
  • Emma Foy / Hannah van Kampen – Women Tandem Individual Time Trial
  • Mitchell Wilson / Jackson Ogle – Men Tandem Individual Time Trial
  • Sarah Ellington – Women C2 Scratch Race
  • Anna Taylor – Women C4 Scratch Race
  • Nicole Murray – Women C5 Scratch Race

Sunday 2 February

  • Mitchell Wilson / Jackson Ogle – Men Tandem Sprint

The 2020 UCI Para Cycling Track World Championships will be live streamed on uci.org and results will be shared daily on our social media channels: Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Find out more about Para cycling here.

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