308 riders, the best of the world, officially registred for UCI Track World Cup Cali 2015.
January 2 - 2015
Defined Colombia Team for UCI Track World Cup Cali 2015.
December 29 - 2014
The best cycling of the world confirmed in UCI Track Cycling World Cup Cali 2015.
December 26 - 2014
38 countries of 4 continents confirmed to the UCI Track Cycling World Cup Cali 2015.
December 26 - 2014
UCI appoints Panel of Commissaires for the UCI World Cup Cali 2015.
December 15 - 2014
UCI Track World Championship is the event of the year in Colombia.
December 11 - 2014
Open the time for applying for UCI World Cup Cali 2015 Press Accreditation
December 9 - 2014
UCI World Cup in London this weekend.
December 5 - 2014
UCI World Cup Track Cycling Cali 2015 presented.
November 27 - 2014
Vogel, queen of Cali velodrome, back to fill his trone.
November 23 - 2014
The best track world cycling return Cali.
November 13 - 2014
The best sprinter in the world confirmed in UCI Track Cycling World Cup in Cali.
October 18 - 2014
41 delegations (38 national teams and 3 professional teams) enrolled their riders list.
Europe, with 146 cyclist, the continent with largest participation.
World Cup Cali has 308 riders registred.
There are only two weeks for the fastest cyclists in the world gathered at the velodrome Alcides Nieto Patiño den, to contest the World Cup UCI Track Cycling Cali 2015, scheduled to be met from 16 to 18 January.
And subtracting so little time, the International Cycling Union and the Organizing Committee, led by Hernando Zuluaga, received entries from 38 national federations and 3 teams of professionals, which were officially registered to compete for points that lead to World France 2015 and Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Within hours the arrival of the various delegations to the capital of Valle, cyclists on 4 continents come with the illusion of victory, but just with the expectation of coming face to face again with the best fans in the world will start.
In total there were 308 registered riders, a true record entries, with 146 being Europe, the continent with the highest number of representatives, followed by America with 72, Asia with 53 and Oceania with 28 cyclists.
Representing the three professional teams that were recorded, nine cyclists compete in Cali (4 of Wales, 4 from Japan and one from China).
By continent countries are enrolled:
Europe . . . . . . . America . . . . . . Asia . . . . . . . . Oceania
Great Britain . . . .United States . . . .Iran . . . . . . . . . New Zealand
Germany . . . . . . Canada . . . . . . . .Honk Kong . . . . Australia
France . . . . . . . . Suriname. . . . . . .Japan
Netherlands . . . . .Argentina. . . . . . Korea
Switzerland . . . . .Brasil. . . . . . . . . Malaysia
Ireland . . . . . . . .Cuba . . . . . . . . . China
Ukraine . . . . . . . Mexico . . . . . . . . Kazakhstan
Belarus . . . . . . . Venezuela. . . . . . Uzbekistan
Greece . . . . . . . .Colombia . . . . . . Azerbaijan
Russia . . . . . . . . Trinidad and Tobago
USN Team (Gales)
Max Success Sports Team (Chinese)
Japan Professional Cycling (Japan)
Colombia and Russia, biggest teams, with 17 cyclists.
With 17 riders each, the delegations of Colombia and Russia are the largest enrollment of cyclists to UCI Track Cycling World Cup Cali 2015; follow them to a greater number of registered riders:
France and China 16
New Zealand 15
Australia and Venezuela 13
Belarus, Netherlands, Japan and Canada 11
Ireland, Italy, Spain and Hong Kong 10