Team Ireland Schedule - Paracycling Track World Championships
Damien Vereker and Marcin Mizgajski at the 2020 Paracycling Track World Championships
Ireland's 2022 Paracycling World Championships get underway on Thursday, October 20th as the team look forward to a busy week of action in Paris.
A nine-strong team heads to the Championships in search of world honors, with the velodrome in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines also set to host the 2024 Paralympic Games.
Three athletes will represent Ireland for individual honors as Ronan Grimes and Chris Burns race the scratch race, individual pursuit and kilo events as Richael Timothy takes on the scratch, individual pursuit and 500m TT - a 200m flying start is added on to make up a four race Omnium for all three riders.
Katie-George Dunlevy and Eve McCrystal will race the individual pursuit, Martin Gordon and Eoin Mullen contest the team sprint and 1km TT while Damien Vereker and Marcin Mizgajski race the 1km TT and individual pursuit.
Ahead of Thursday's opening day in Paris, we've put together a full schedule for Team Ireland at the Paracycling Track World Championships.
WC3 Omnium – 200m Flying Start – Richael Timothy
MC4 Omnium – 200m Flying Start – Ronan Grimes
MC2 Omnium – 200m Flying Start – Chris Burns
WC3 500m Time Trial Qualifying – Richael Timothy
MC4 4km Individual Pursuit Qualifying – Ronan Grimes
MC2 1km Time Trial – Chris Burns
MB 1km Time Trial Qualifying– Martin Gordon and Eoin Mullen | Damien Vereker and Marcin Mizgajski
WB 3km Individual Pursuit Qualifying - Katie-George Dunlevy and Eve McCrystal
MC4 15km Scratch Race – Ronan Grimes
WC3 10km Scratch Race – Richael Timothy
WC3 3km Individual Pursuit Qualifying – Richael Timothy
MB 4km Individual Pursuit Qualifying – Damien Vereker and Marcin Mizgajski
MC2 3km Individual Pursuit Qualifying – Chris Burns
MC4 1km Time Trial Qualifying - Ronan Grimes
MB Sprint Qualification – Martin Gordon and Eoin Mullen
MC2 15km Scratch Race – Chris Burns
Full information on the 2022 UCI Paracycling World Championships can be found here.
Follow all the updates and more on the Cycling Ireland social media channels throughout the championships.