Sunday 19th February, from 14:45 GMT, 15:45 CET;
1.15am Adelaide, Australia; 9:45am USA Eastern, 6:45am USA Pacific
It's the final day of the Track World Cup - it's been a competition of incredible racing, with everyone loving the new London Olympic velodrome, full of happy fans and electric atmosphere. We're seen new world records, old rivalries, new talent, and races going right up to the wire. And there's still today left to go!
This afternoon you'll be able to have a choice of feeds - BBC2 from 2:45, where Jo Rowsell - Team & Individual Pursuit gold-medallist, and road cyclist with Matrix Prendas (aka DS Stef's Horizon Fitness!) - will be co-commentating, AND Eurosport too, from 3! The programme looks something like this - but check the programme if you'd like some accuracy!
15:00 Men's sprint semi-finals, race 1 (Chris Hoy v Robert Förstermann; Kevin Sireau v Max Levy)
15:10 Women's omnium race 5, 10km Scratch
15:30 Men's sprint semi-finals, race 2
15:40 Men's team sprint finals (Australia v GB for gold, Belgium v New Zealand for bronze)
15:55 Men's sprint semi-finals, race 3 (if necessary)
16:00 Women's keirin second round
16:10 Men's TP award ceremony
16:18 Men's sprint finals, race 1
16:28 Women's omnium final race, 500m TT
16:58 Men's sprint finals, race 2
17:08 Women's omnium award ceremony
17:16 Women's keirin race for 7th - 12th
17:21 Women's keirin final
17:26 Men's sprint finals, race 3 (if necessary)
17:36 Women's kern & men's sprint award ceremonies
17:52 London World Cup & World Cup series winners' award ceremonies
See below for how we got here, and where to watch!
It's been a busy Sunday morning in the Stratford Olympic Park, with the early sprint and keirin rounds taking up most of the track - with the Germans dominating the men's sprint once again, a surprising lack of Australians in the later rounds, thanks to the Brits (Scott Sunderland was beaten by Jason Kenny, and Shane Perkins by Matt Crampton in the 1st round) and, once again, a match-up worthy of the final, as Chris Hoy beat Gregory Baugé to get his place in the semis. The bunch race for 5th-8th will have taken place by the time we go live - Baugé (Fra), Kazanuri Watanabe (Jpn), Kenny & Crampton (GB)
The women's keirin will be nothing if not fast and furious, with 2 races full of stars to come in the 2nd round:
Race 1: Monique Sullivan (Can), Shuang Guo (Chn), Jess Varnish (GB), Lin Junhong (GPC), Simona Krupeckaite (Ltu) & Lyubov Shulika (Ukr)
Race 2: Anna Meares (Aus), Sandie Clair (Fra), Clara Sanchez (Fra), Vicky Pendlteon (GBr), Wai Sze Lee (HKg) & Willy Kanis (Ned)
The other women's event of the day, the women's omnium, looks to be a much tighter competition than the men's was. Yesterday we had the flying lap, points and elimination, and ended with Australia's Nettie Edmondson on 16 points, Tara Whitten (Can) on 17, and Laura Trott (GB), Sarah Hammer (USA) and Kirsten Wild (Ned) all on 20.
Edit! Whitten, the current omnium World Champ, won the IP, and the top 5 of the standings look VERY close, with 2 rounds to go!
1. Tara Whitten (Can) 18 points
2. Annette Edmondson (Aus) 21
3. Laura Trott (GBr) 22
4. Sarah Hammer (USA) 23
5. Kirsten Wild (Ned) 24
6. Tatsiana Sharakova (Blr) 38
7. Ausrine Trebaite (Ltu) 38
8. Leire Olaberria Dorronsoro, 41
9. Li Huang (Chn) 44
10. Jolien d'Hoore (Bel) 45
11. Pascale Jeuland (Fra) 45
To watch, if you're in the UK, check out BBC2, the red button & streaming on the BBC website - everyone else, see CyclingFans and Sports-livez - and if you have other links that are country-specific, add them to the links!