World Cycling Centre Korea Satellite

World Cycling Centre Korea Satellite (WCC-KS) was established 2013 for the purpose of talented riders, education of passionate coaches, and promotion of cycling sport in Asia as well as the whole world.

WCC-KS is supported by the Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MCST), Korean Olympic Committee (KOC), Korea Sports Promotion Foundation (KSPO), Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI), World Cycling Centre (WCC), and Korea Cycling Federation (KCF).

WCC-KS is the only training center managing both Track and Road Cycling in fully free of charge for all participants. Coaches and riders from developing countries are provided with superb instructors, professional UCI coaching lectures, scientific training equipment, and organized cycling training programs.

Since its establishment in 2013, 145 participants (50 coaches and 95 riders) from 22 different countries have participated in WCC-KS training program. Among the participants, Nguyen Thi That (Vietnam) won a silver medal in the 2014 Incheon Asian Games and Yuttana Mano (Thailand) won a silver medal in the 2015 UCI Juniors Track Cycling World Championships. In addition, Nguyen Thi That (Vietnam), Patompob Phonarjthan (Thailand), Chakhree Khuthangkha (Thailand), and Batsaikhan Tegsh-Bayar (Mongolia) were selected as the trainees of WCC in Aigle, Switzerland.