In-form Aussie sprint superstar Caleb Ewan, fresh from three stage wins at this year’s Tour De France, will be partnered by fellow Aussie and 2015 Track World Cup winner Joshua Harrison.
Riders from 13 nations will feature in a field packed with world-class racing talent, set to vie for glory at the Lee Valley VeloPark between 22-27 October. Six Day London kicks off the 2019/20 Six Day Series, launching a global calendar which culminates with the Six Day Final at Brisbane’s Anna Meares Velodrome on 3-5 April, 2020.
Whilst Caleb and Joshua will be tough to beat, the London crowd will have a host of home heroes to cheer with triple world champion Mark Cavendish and reigning Olympic champion Owain Doull leading the Brit pack. Six-time European champion Andy Tennant will also feature alongside Matt Bostock, with Jon Dibben and Chris Latham also representing the host nation.
Olympic gold medallist Elia Viviani will be partnered with fellow Italian Simone Consonni – a serial medallist at the highest level with three World Championship and three European medals.
Other Aussies to take the field include the pairing of Stephen Hall and Zack Gilmore. In the Elite Womens, up and coming superstars Ruby Roseman-Gannon and Nicola McDonald will be taking on a world class crop of riders.
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