Sport Projects have secured another prestigious cycling event, with Cycling Australia appointing us as the organiser for the Brisbane round of the UCI Track Cycling World Cup. We are so pleased to be part of an event that sees the best of track cycling battle it out for gold and valuable qualifying points ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
The Tissot Track World Cup is the first major UCI world track cycling event hosted by Australia since the UCI Tissot Track Cycling World Championships in Melbourne in 2012. A Sport Projects delivery of the UCI Track World Cup in Brisbane comes after working with Madison Sports Group and nurturing the expansion of the Six-Day Cycling Series into Australia last season, both in Melbourne and Brisbane.
In announcing that Sport Projects will deliver the Track World Cup in Brisbane, Managing Director Steve Peterson said “While we have a healthy roster of high profile outdoor sports events, we are pleased to be expanding our indoor activity, capitalising on our demonstrated capacity to deliver high-quality stadium and venue experiences. The Anna Meares Velodrome is one of the leading velodrome venues in the world and we are thrilled to be back there and working with Cycling Australia and the Stadiums Queensland team again! Whilst we are proudly Melbourne based, The Track World Cup in Brisbane on top of the JP Morgan Corporate Challenge in Sydney and Six Day Track Cycling, also in Brisbane, means we are just as active outside of our home state as we are within it”.
The UCI Track Cycling World Cup will take place at the Anna Meares Velodrome in Brisbane on December 13-15.