Cycling Wollongong World Championships Cycling Schedule | Date and finish times for all races
From the 18th to the 25th of September the road racing peloton will take on the World Championships Road Race in Wollongong, Australia. Across the World from Europe and North America, the time differences will be meaningful, here you can find a guide on the dates and schedules of all races that will be taking place.
The events start this Sunday after midnight with the Elite time-trial events. The Women's Elite time-trial will be the first race to take place, set to finish at 04:30 CET, followed by the Men's Elite Time-Trial which will conclude at 09:00. Most Junior events - besides the men's time-trial - will finish around 03:00 CET whilst all other races finish at around 09:00 CET.
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This will be the case with the men's under-23 and Elite, and Women's Road Races on the final three days of the event which finishes on Sunday the 25th, where all three races finish at similar time. For the fans from North America, you will have to remove 9 to 6 hours to the CET time, depending on where you live.
All times below are at CET (Central European Time).
September 18 (Sunday): Women’s elite time trials | 01:35 - 04:30
September 18 (Sunday): Men’s elite time trials | 05:40 - 09:00
September 19 (Monday): Men’s U23 time trial | 05:20 - 09:00
September 20 (Tuesday): Women’s junior time trial | 01:30 - 03:05
September 20 (Tuesday): Men’s junior time trial | 05:20 - 09:00
September 21 (Wednesday): Mixed team relay | 06:20 - 09:05
September 23 (Friday): Men’s junior road races | 00:15 - 03:35
September 23 (Friday): Men’s under-23 road races | 05:00 - 09:10
September 24 (Saturday): Women’s junior road race | 00:00 - 01:50
September 24 (Saturday): Women’s elite road race | 04:25 - 09:05
September 25 (Sunday): Men’s elite road race | 02:15 - 09:00