British Cycling has today announced the 14 cross-country mountain bikers who will represent Great Britain at the UCI Mountain Bike World Championships which are scheduled to take place in Leogang, Austria, from 5th – 11th October.
The reigning Commonwealth Games champion Annie Last will line up for the Great Britain Cycling Team in the elite women’s cross-country race, alongside Evie Richards and Isla Short, while Frazer Clacherty will contest the elite men’s race.
Tom Pidcock will start in the under-23 men’s race, looking to add another rainbow jersey to his existing collection from the road and cyclo-cross disciplines. The 2019 junior world champion Charlie Aldridge, Sean Flynn and Harry Birchall complete the British entrants in the under-23 men’s race while Hattie Harnden and Anna McGorum will compete in the under-23 women’s race.
In the junior events, Rory McGuire, Corran Carrick Anderson, Anna Flynn and Eleana McGorum will represent Great Britain. The decision of which riders will line-up to compete in the cross-country team relay will be confirmed nearer the time.
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