Mick van Dijke during the World Cycling Championships. Photo: ANP/EPA/Dean Levins Australia and New Zealand Out
Competitors at the World Cycling Championships in Wollongong, Australia will have to deal with rain and clouds after a few sunny days. Veeranline reported this.
During the time trials conducted in recent days, it was sunny and dry along the Australian east coast. However, it was cloudy and windy on Wednesday when the mixed relay games were held. The Bureau of Meteorology said Wollongong will be wet overnight into Thursday and during the day. Although there are no games on Thursday, rain and temperatures of 15 to 17 degrees should be taken into account during any practice.
Road races will be held from Friday to Sunday. During the Junior and U23 road races it will be overcast with moderate, sometimes strong north-easterly winds and a temperature of 20 degrees. Junior girls road race Saturday morning. Then it rains, but in the morning the sun breaks through. Then there’s the road race for the elite women, who mostly keep it dry. 19 degrees with strong southerly winds.
The elite men’s road race takes place on Sunday. Then it will be dry with sunny spells around 20 degrees and moderate easterly winds.
“Web specialist. Pop culture buff. Thinker. Foodaholic. Travel maven. Avid coffee junkie. Amateur tv advocate.”