The qualification process for the 2010 USA Cycling Elite Track National Championships has been posted online. For the sixth year in a row, regional championship events at velodromes across the nation will qualify elite level track cyclists to compete for national titles.
All male cyclists who hold a valid USA Cycling or UCI international racing license, and have a racing age of 17 or above may compete in the time trial qualification events. For the men’s mass start qualification events, a rider must be a Category 3 or above on the track. Female cyclists with a valid license and a racing age of 17 or above may compete in all qualification events.
[Photo by Andrea Smith]
The 2010 Elite Track National Championships velodrome qualifying schedule is as follows:
July 16-17: Major Taylor Velodrome - Indianapolis, IN
July 30-31: International Velodrome at Bloomer Park - Rochester Hills, MI
July 31: Encino Velodrome - Encino, CA
July 31 – Aug 1: Colorado Velodrome - Colorado Springs, CO
Aug 6-7: Marymoor Velodrome - Redmond, WA
Aug 14: Alpenrose Velodrome - Portland, OR
Aug 14: Dick Lane Velodrome - East Point, GA
Aug 14: National Sports Center - Blaine, MN
Aug 21-22: Ed Rudolph Velodrome - Northbrook, IL
Aug 27-28: Hellyer Park Velodrome - San Jose, CA
Sept 11-12: LA Velodrome/ADT Event Center - Carson, CA
Sept 17: Superdrome - Frisco, TX
Elite Track National Championships are slated for Sept 29 – Oct 3 at LA Velodrome/ADT Event Center. For more information about the qualification procedures for this event, please click here.
Reposted from USA Cycling.