Sarah Lee high fives fans after winning the keiren at a World Cup leg at Tseung Kwan O velodrome in January. Photo: Felix Wong

World Cup cycling organisers hope contingency plans will not be needed as calm returns to Hong Kong

  • Overall situation seems to be improving after Sunday’s district council elections, says cycling chief
  • Rare opportunity to see Sarah Lee and other Hong Kong riders chasing Olympic tickets
Topic |   UCI Track Cycling World Cup

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Sarah Lee high fives fans after winning the keiren at a World Cup leg at Tseung Kwan O velodrome in January. Photo: Felix Wong
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Kirsten Wild (left) and Amy Pieters win the madison in the opening round in Minsk. Photo: Handout

UCI Track Cycling World Cup: Dutch world champions opt out of Hong Kong leg but event still on with organisers upbeat

  • The Dutch Cycling Union has been closely monitoring Hong Kong’s violent protests
  • The Hong Kong leg will take place at Tseung Kwan O velodrome with track riders competing for Olympic qualification
Topic |   UCI Track Cycling World Cup

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Kirsten Wild (left) and Amy Pieters win the madison in the opening round in Minsk. Photo: Handout
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