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Phynova Six Day London

DATE: 22-27 OCTOBER 2019

VENUE: LEE VALLEY VELOPARK, QUEEN ELIZABETH OLYMPIC PARK, LONDON

22 – 27 October 2019 will see Phynova Six Day London return to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park for the sixth year in a row. With the world’s best riders set to take part across the Men and Women’s competition, the event will kick off the 2019/20 Six Day Series in spectacular fashion.

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The Schedule

This schedule is provisional and subject to change.

SELECT DATE:

Tuesday 22 October 2019 18:00-22:30

The opening night of the 2019 series is a night full of fast paced action! The lightning fast sprinters take to the track before the Six Day Men tackle fan favourites such as the Madison Chase and the Derny where racers are paired with pacers on motorised bikes.

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Elite MenMadison Chase
Team Elimination
Derny Heats
Points Race
Elite Sprinters200m Flying Time Trial
Sprint Finals
Keirin
1878 Cup (Under 21)Madison

Wednesday 23 October 2019 18:00-22:30

Day two is one of the most exciting nights of the competition. The Points Race, where riders sprint for points every 10 laps or earn additional points for lapping the field, is a favourite of Mark Cavendish who won the event in 2017.

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Elite MenMadison Chase
Team Elimination
Derny Heats
Points Race
Elite Sprinters200m Flying Time Trial
Sprint Finals
Keirin
1878 Cup (Under 21)Madison

THURSday 24 October 2019 18:00-22:30

Day three sees the finale of the 1878 Cup – the under 21’s competition that pits the next generation of racing superstars from all over the world against each other.

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Elite MenMadison Chase
Team Elimination
Derny Heats
Points Race
Elite Sprinters200m Flying Time Trial
Sprint Finals
Keirin
1878 Cup (Under 21)Madison

Friday 25 October 2019 18:00-22:45

Day four sees the start of the women’s competition which British riders have dominated in recent times. 

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Elite MenMadison Chase
Team Elimination
Derny Heats
Points Race
Elite WomenUCI Omnium
Elite Sprinters200m Flying Time Trial
Sprint Finals
Keirin

SATURday 26 October 2019 18:15-22:30

It’s a night of double jeopardy as both the men and women take on the Elimination race. In one of the most exciting and tactical events of the series, riders must avoid being the last to cross the line every 3 laps or face elimination. The speed and drama increases as the field gets smaller until ultimately only one rider remains.

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Elite MenMadison Chase
Team Elimination
Derny Final 
250m Team Time Trial
Elite Women20Km Madison
Team Elimination
Elite Sprinters200m Flying Time Trial
Sprint Finals
Keirin

Sunday 27 October 2019 16:00-20:30

It’s the last night and the stakes don’t get any higher than in the hour long Final Chase. Riders have competed all week to get points on the leaderboard and now is their last chance to score more. The current leaders can expect wave after wave of attack from riders looking to earn extra laps and points in order to knock them off the top spot and secure the Six Day title.

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Elite MenTeam Elimination
Derny Final
250m Team Time Trial
Final Chase
Elite Women20Km Madison
10Km Scratch Race
Elite Sprinters200m Flying Time Trial
Sprint Finals
Keirin

 

THE RIDERS

Mark Downey

Mark Downey

Nationality:
IRL
Age:
23

Felix English

Nationality:
IRL
Age:
27

Mark Cavendish

Nationality:
GBR
Age:
34

Elia Viviani

Nationality:
ITA
Age:
30

Owain Doull

Nationality:
GBR
Age:
26

Caleb Ewan

Nationality:
AUS
Age:
25

Daniel Staniszewski

Nationality:
POL
Age:
22

Andreas Müller

Nationality:
AUT
Age:
40

Andreas Graf

Nationality:
AUT
Age:
34

Marc Hester

Nationality:
DNK
Age:
34

Joshua Harrison

Nationality:
AUS
Age:
24

Stephen Hall

Nationality:
AUS
Age:
29

Yoeri Havik

Nationality:
NLD
Age:
28

Wim Stroetinga

Nationality:
NLD
Age:
34

Andy Tennant

Nationality:
GBR
Age:
32

Katie Archibald

Nationality:
GBR
Age:
25

Amalie Winther Olsen

Nationality:
DNK
Age:
25

Elinor Barker

Nationality:
GBR
Age:
25

Finja-Smekal

Nationality:
DEU
Age:
18

Lea Lin Teutenberg

Nationality:
DEU
Age:
20

Shannon Mccurley

Nationality:
AUS
Age:
27

Alice Sharpe

Nationality:
IRL
Age:
25

Rachele Barbieri

Nationality:
ITA
Age:
22

Marina Averina

Nationality:
RUS
Age:
26

Petra Ševčíková

Nationality:
CZE
Age:
19

Jarmila Machacova

Nationality:
CZE
Age:
33
ELITE MEN RIDERS
Mark Cavendish and Owain Doull 
(Great Britain)
Andy Tennant and Matt Bostock
(Great Britain)
Elia Viviani and Simone Consonni
(Italy)
Jon Dibben and Chris Latham
(Great Britain)
Stephen Hall and Zack Gilmore
(Australia)
Caleb Ewan and Joshua Harrison
(Australia)
Yoeri Havik and Wim Stroetinga
(Netherlands)
Theo Reinhardt and Max Beyer
(Germany)
Daniel Staniszewski and Filip Prokopyszyn
(Poland)
Mark Downey and Felix English
(Ireland)
Bryan Coquard and Donovan Grondin
(France)
Petr Keleman and Denis Rugovac
(Czech Republic)
Oliver Wulff Frederiksen and Mark Hester
(Denmark)
Andreas Müller and Andreas Graf
(Austria)
Dan Holloway and Adrian Hegyvary
(USA)
Josh Scott and Hugo Jones
(New Zealand)
ELITE WOMEN RIDERS
Laura Kenny and Elinor Barker
(Great Britain)
Katie Archibald and Neah Evans
(Great Britain)
Emily Nelson and Manon Lloyd
(Great Britain)
Rachele Barbieri and Elena Cecchini
(Italy)
Michelle Lauge Quaade and Amalie Winther Olsen
(Denmark)
Ruby Roseman-Gannon and Nicola Macdonald
(Australia)
Lea Lin Teutenberg and Finja Smekal
(Germany)
Petra Sevcikova and Jarmila Machackova
(Czech Republic)
Mylene de Zoete and Bente van Teeseling
(Netherlands)
Alice Sharpe and Emily Kay
(Ireland)
Maria Averina and Tamara Dronova
(Russia)
Shannon McCurley and Mia Griffin
(Ireland)

What our fans say

Top tunes! World best cyclists! Rocking races! 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 Fantastic party atmosphere and high quality racing. Olympic and World Champions from track and road mean the highest quality of racing. ElBaz What a competition! 🌟🌟🌟🌟 Had a really enjoyable day, this was the first time we had been to the cycling. Booked tickets for next year already. Clifford4 A must see event 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 Fantastic event , wonderful atmosphere.Love getting close to it all and to the riders too. PhilippeB What a night 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 Amazing atmosphere, great music, absolutely fantastic racing, not to be missed. andyj66

1878 CUP

The 1878 Cup is named in celebration of the birth of Six Day racing and is the perfect place for the next generation of track superstars to showcase their talent. 

If you are under 21 and would like to be considered for the event, download and complete the entry form below. 

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