UCI BMX World Championships Gearing up for the Olympics on Freecaster.tv
Freecaster, the largest online video media for action sports will webcast live the UCI BMX World Championships from Taiyuan, China.
The sport of BMX is now in the Olympics.That's great news for BMX fans and great news for Freecaster.tv who just this year began covering UCI BMX racing events. The webcasts from Madrid, Adelaide and Copenhagen attracted thousands of viewers from all over the world. Now, in anticipation of the Beijing Olympics in August, riders and fans alike will have the chance to experience the racing in China.
Top riders competing on the men's side include Kyle Bennett (USA), Luke Madill (AUS), Michal Prokop, (CZ), Donny Robinson (USA) and Yvan Lapraz, (CH) and in the women's Sarah Walker (NZ) and Shanaze Reade (UK). The riders who finish with the top 12 scores on the men's side and top eight scores on the women's side will qualify to compete in the Beijing Olympics. The remaining spots will be decided by the International Cycling Union on June 6.
Freecaster.tv was the first on H.264 and now the first to stream live in h.264, what can be called web HD. To get the best from Freecaster make sure you have the latest version of Flash 9 and a minimum ADSL 1.2 mbit/s or cable Internet connection.
The Live stream will begin Saturday, May 31 at 9:30 (CET) with the 1/8th finals.