How To Watch The Berlin Track World Cup And Soudal Classics Hasselt


This weekend the Tissot UCI Track World Cup Berlin and the Soudal Classics series cyclocross race in Hasselt will broadcast live and on-demand on and the FloSports app.

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Tissot UCI Track World Cup Berlin

Territories Available 



Ambient Audio Friday (11-30) and Saturday (12-1); English Sunday (12-2)

Live Stream Start Times (CDT)

11-30-201811:30 AM

2:20 PM

12-1-201811 AM

2:30 PM

12-2-20188:30 AM

12:30 PM

Event Schedule

DateSession 1Session 2
11-30-20184:30 AM - 10 AM
Team Pursuit Women and Men Qualification and 1st round

11:30 AM - 2:30 PM
Team Sprint Qualification, 1st round, finals Team Pursuit Women and Men finals

12-1-20185:30 AM - 9:30 AM
Sprint Women Qualification – Quarter Finals Keirin Men 1st round Omnium Women I + II (Scratch and Tempo Race) 1000m T.T. Men Qualification

11 AM - 2:30 PM
Sprint Women Semi and Final heats Keirin Men Finals (places 1-6 & 7-12) Omnium Women III + IV (Elimination and Points race) 1000m T.T. Men Final Madison Men 30km

12-2-20183:30 AM - 7.30 AM
Sprint Men Qualification – Quarter Finals Keirin Women 1st round Omnium Men I + II (Scratch and Tempo Race) 500m T.T. Women Qualification

8:30 AM - 12 PM
Sprint Men Semi and Final heats Keirin Women Finals (places 1-6 & 7-12) Omnium Men III + IV (Elimination and Points race) 500m T.T. Women Final Madison Women 20km

Soudal Classics Hasselt

Territories Available 

North America, Australia, Luxembourg, Germany, Czech Republic, Switzerland


Ambient Audio

Live Stream Start Times (CDT)

DateStart TimeEnd Time
12-1-20186:45 AM9 AM

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