Friday 17th February, from 19:00 GMT, 20:00 CET;
5:30am Adelaide; 2pm USA Eastern; 10am USA Pacific
It's the final round of the 2011-12 Track World Cup, for vital Olympic qualifying points, and the first event in the London Olympic velodrome! And there are streams every day! Roll up for some super-exciting track fun!
So, what's happened so far?
Well yesterday, we had the Team Pursuit qualifying, with Canada and GB getting to the final, Australia and Netherlands to the race for bronze for the women, which are raced tonight, and Australia v GB for gold and New Zealand v Belgium for bronze in the men's, which will be raced on Sunday.
This morning we had the first ever World Record in the new velodrome, as Australia's Anna Meares & Kaarle McCulloch rode an amazing 32.828 in the team sprint - they'll go up against Great Britain's Vicky Pendleton & Jess Varnish tonight, while France races China for bronze; in the men's team sprint, Germany will race France for gold, and Australia v GB for bronze, also tonight.
In the men's omnium, leads, and the elimination race is tonight - there have been 2 rounds so far, the flying lap and the points, and current standings look like this:
1. Juan Esteban ARANGO (Col), 4 points
2. Elia VIVIANI (Ita) 11
3. Zach BELL (Can) 12
4. Bryan COQUARD (Bel) 14
5. Ho Sung CHO (Kor) 14
6. Roger KLUGE (Ger) 15
7. Martyn IRVINE (Ire) 15
8. Eloy TERUEL ROVIRA (Spa) 16
9. Hao LIU (MSP) 18
10. Shane ARCHBOLD (NZ) 22, with about 4 others!
My VERY ROUGH timetable for tonight on the track - see more here, and don't take my word for it, I really can't add....
18:45 Women's scratch
19:05 Women's team sprint
19:31 Women's team pursuit
19:46 Men's team sprint
20:04 Men's kilo
20:52 Men's points
21:40 Men's omnium elimination
Check out Sum of Marc's previews of the event
You can see the startlists and results via Tissot and live results there too - and there is tv coverage! If you're in the UK, check out BBC2, the red button & streaming on the BBC website - everyone else, see See CyclingFans and Sports-livez - and if you have other links that are country-specific, add them to the links!