2017 African Continental Track Championships
20-24 March 2017
Date: Monday 20 to Friday 24 March 2017
Location: Cyril Geoghegan Velodrome
Congratulations to all participants and to all new African Champions!
Contact Person: Hylton Belitzky - firstname.lastname@example.org
The 2017 African Continental Track cycling Championship will be hosted by KZN Track Cycling and take place at the Cycril Goeghan Velodrome in Durban from 20-24 March. The track was built in the early 80's. It was built in memory of the late Cyril Geoghegan, a stalwart of cycling in the1960's. The 333m, 42° banked track has played host to many national and international track events.
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- 23.03.2017 - UCI plans for the future of Durban cycling
- 23.03.2017 - Spies defends African Continental title and bags two more
- 21.03.2017 - Egypt shines with gold medals in honour of teammate
- 20.03.2017 - Afcon Track Champs Day One shortened after incident
- 20.03.2017 - Sad day at Afcon Track Champs
- 20.03.2017 - UCI donates bicycles to further develop track cycling in Africa
- 14.03.2017 - SA Road Champion Parsons prepares for Continental Track Champs
- 08.03.2017 - WCC Africa Track training course ahead of Continental Champs
- 02.03.2017 - Hoffman sets targets for African Continental Track Championships
- 23.02.2017 - National Team announced for 2017 African Continental Track Championships (RSA)
The 2017 African Track Championships will be held from 20 to 24 March
2017 at Cyril Geoghegan Cycling Track, Durban, Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa.
Who can take part
The Championships are open to National teams, UCI registered teams, Provincial Teams and
Club teams. Provincial and Club entries will require the endorsement of their Provincial
Coach/Selector before their entries are accepted.
All Nations are encouraged to enter teams for the team pursuit and team sprint events,
but entries will be accepted from provincial, sponsored and club teams,
with the Nation having first call on their respective riders.
Mass Start Events
All mass start events will be limited to 36 starters (20 teams for the Madison). No heats will be held for mass start events. National team entries will have priority in the event of maximum allowable entries being exceeded.
Depending on entries the junior women’s mass start events could be combined with the elite women’s events. In this case only second year juniors will be eligible to score UCI ranking points.
The maximum participation per team shall be the following: