Kohath Baron represents Dominica at UCI World Cycling Championships

Kohath Baron who is representing Dominica at the UCI World Cycling Championships successfully completed today's Time Trial. The championship is currently ongoing in Glasgow

Kohath Baron represents Dominica at UCI World Cycling Championships
Kohath Baron represents Dominica at UCI World Cycling Championships

Roseau, Dominica: Kohath Baron who is representing Dominica at the UCI World Cycling Championships successfully completed today’s Time Trial. The championship is currently ongoing in Glasgow. 

 Kohath Baron is injury free and in high spirits leading up to his big Road Race on Saturday, 12th August.

Dominica Olympic Committee said, “Let us continue to wish Kohath Baron all the best as he continues to make history for Dominica through his representation at this event.” 

National Cyclist Kohath Baron competed in the UCI Cycling World Championships Mens Under 23 Time Trial on 9th August and again in the Mens Under 23 Road Race on 12th August.

Kohath is the first Dominican cyclist to represent this event. 

Thursday schedule of UCI World Cycling Championships:

All Day – Big screen showing live racing from the 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships

  • 9 am Morning Yoga Class
  • 11 am Breath Work
  • 12.30 pm Destination Tweed (kids workshops)
  • 2.30 pm Breath Work
  • 5.30 pm Evening Yoga
  • 11:15 am Women Junior Individual Time Trial
  • 2 pm Women Elite Individual Time Trial

The first day of the 2023 Gran Fondo World Championships, for the first time part of the combined UCI Cycling World Championships with 13 disciplines held over two weeks all over Scotland, will crown 20 new world champions in their different age groups tomorrow in Perth.

The 87km mediofondo course will start first for all women over 50 and men over 60 with 807m of elevation and finish in Scone Palace, just outside Perth.

The 159km granfondo starts a bit later, with all categories starts split at 5 minutes intervals. The 1927m of elevation is mainly in the middle section through the Scottish Highlands, with three 5-7km climbs before coming back to Perth on flatter roads.

1878 riders have registered for the road races, amongst which UCI president David Lappartient, but also former pro riders such as Jeannie Longo (defending world champion in both time trial and road racing in her category), Mario Cipollini and Alexander Vinokurov. 

The 68 different nationalities at the start make this the most international UCI Gran Fondo World Championships ever.