The women’s cycling time trial begins shortly after 10:00 BST with runners setting off in one-minute intervals over a distance of 29km, starting and finishing in Wolverhampton’s West Park with the course taking riders past Dudley Castle .
36 people were scheduled to participate, but there were four withdrawals, including South Africa’s Ashleigh Moolman Pasio, a top 10 finisher at last year’s Tokyo Olympics.
She was due to come out last but is ruled out due to the illness that forced her out of the final stages of last week’s Tour de France Femmes.
However, there is still a strong field including Australia’s Grace Brown, who came fourth in this event at last year’s Tokyo Olympics, while Cyprus’ Antri Christoforou, Scotland’s Neah Evans and the Isle of Man’s Lizzie Holden they finished in the top 10 of this race. at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Australia.
England are represented by Abi Smith, Anna Henderson and Joscelin Lowden. Wales have Anna Morris, Elynor Backstedt and Leah Dixon. Scotland also has Anna Shackley. Joanna Patterson travels to Northern Ireland. Olivia Lett and Elaine Pratts go to Gibraltar. while Jessica Carridge and Rebecca Storrie also drive for the Isle of Man.