The two-time Olympic champion will be in action on Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 October in front of her home fans. You can watch her live and for free on Olympics.com.
The final two rounds of the eight-stop series take place on Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 October respectively, and you can watch the London 2012 and Rio 2016 gold medallist live via Olympic Channel on Olympics.com and the Olympics YouTube page.
While the reigning World Cup champion can no longer mathematically win the title this year, she will be out to salvage pride in front of her home fans at the Parque El Salitre BMX track and look for a first podium finish of the year.
UCI BMX Racing Olympic ranking qualification points are also on offer for the riders' National Olympic Committees this weekend.
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Double Olympic champion Pajón has had, by her standards, a down year on the World Cup circuit.
She did not make the final in either of her first two events in Glasgow, then opted to skip Rounds 3 and 4 in Papendal after a training crash.
However, she returned to finished sixth and fifth last weekend on home soil at the same Bogotá track as this week.
The rest of her season has been mixed, with wins at the Pan-American Championships and Bolivarian Games to go with a fifth-place finish at the World Championships.
That means she hasn't yet finished on the podium this year in a global UCI race, something she will hope to change this weekend.
The competition from Rounds 5 and 6 will be broadcast live on Olympics.com and the Olympics YouTube channel from Bogotá on Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 October, beginning at 3pm local time in Colombia (8pm UTC) on each day.
That means there will be live coverage of the races in all four categories from the quarter-finals onwards.
Coverage is due to be available worldwide.
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All times are local
Round 7: Saturday 1 October
Round 8: Sunday 2 October
The winner of each of the eight World Cup events receives 500 points, with riders from second to eighth getting 430, 370, 318, 273, 235, 202 and 174 points respectively. Any riders eliminated prior to the final will be awarded points corresponding to the round they were eliminated in and their position in those races.
After the eight World Cup rounds are over, the top athlete is crowned World Cup champion.
Women's Elite leaders after 6 rounds:
Round 1 - Glasgow:
Round 2 - Glasgow:
Round 3 - Papendal
Round 4 - Papendal:
Round 5 - Bogotá:
Round 6 - Bogotá:
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