Saturday’s BMX sessions brought forward to Friday
Baku, Azerbaijan, June 25
Baku 2015 has today announced that due to forecasted high winds, the BMX cycling sessions scheduled on Saturday at the BMX Velopark have been brought forward to Friday 26 June.
Spectators who have already purchased tickets for Saturday's sessions may use those tickets to attend on Friday instead.
Spectators can also apply for a refund for unused tickets from Saturday at:
- 28 Mall City Ticket Outlet (Baku, Crossing Azadlig ave. and Fuzuli str. (28 May Metro St.)) Operational period: until 28 June 2015
- Park Bulvar City Ticket Outlet (Neftchilar Ave., Seaside blvd. (Sahil Metro St.)) Operational period: until 28 June 2015
- Tofiq Bahramov Stadium City Ticket Outlet (Baku, Fatali Khan Khoyski St., 98a (Gandjlik Metro St.)) Operational period: until 10 July 2015
The rescheduling has resulted in an extension to the Friday 26 June session. The new session times are: Session 1 (14:30-15:55) - Men's Time Trial, Women's Time Trial and Super Finals, and Session 2 (17:00-18:20) - Women's and Men's Moto heats and runs.
The Express bus lines to and from the venue will be extended to accommodate the new session times on Friday.
There will be no racing or training on Saturday, with the semi-finals and finals due to be raced as planned on Sunday 28 June from 15:00.
Further information can be accessed at www.baku2015.com and on our helpline: 2015 or +994 (0) 77 2015 000.
Baku 2015 is the first ever European Games, an exciting and innovative multi-sport event for the continent which concludes on Sunday, 28 June 2015.
There has been a total of 20 sports at Baku 2015: 16 Olympic sports and four non-Olympic sports. Almost 6,000 athletes from across Europe have represented their nations during the 17 days of competition.