Cycling at the 1924 Summer Olympics – Men's team time trial

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Men's team time trial
at the Games of the VIII Olympiad
Venue Stade Olympique Yves-du-Manoir and roads
Date July 23
Competitors 60 from 15 nations
Medalists
Gold medal 
Silver medal 
Bronze medal 
«1920 1960»
Cycling at the
1924 Summer Olympics
Road cycling
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Individual time trial   men
Team time trial men
Track cycling
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Sprint men
Tandem men
50 km men
Team pursuit men

The men's individual time trial event was part of the road cycling programme at the 1924 Summer Olympics. The results of individual cyclists were summed to give team results, with the worst time for each team being ignored. It was the third appearance of the team time trial; France successfully defended its 1920 championship in the event while Sweden won its third medal.

Fifteen countries fielded four-man teams, out of the total field of 71 cyclists from 22 countries.[1] The course was a 188-kilometre (117 mi) loop beginning and ending at the Stade Olympique Yves-du-Manoir.[2]

Results[edit]

Source:[1][2]

Place Cyclists Team Time
1 Armand Blanchonnet
René Hamel
André Leducq
Georges Wambst
France 19:30:14.0
2 Rik Hoevenaers
Alphonse Parfondry
Jean Van Den Bosch
Fernand Saivé
Belgium 19:46:55.4
3 Gunnar Sköld
Erik Bohlin
Ragnar Malm
Erik Bjurberg
Sweden 19:59:41.6
4 Albert Blattmann
Otto Lehner
Georg Antenen
Fritz Bossi
Switzerland 20:11:15.0
5 Ardito Bresciani
Antonio Negrini
Nello Ciaccheri
Luigi Magnotti
Italy 20:19:59.2
6 Cor Heeren
Jan Maas
Philippus Innemee
Martinus Vlietman
Netherlands 20:37:27.8
7 Andy Wilson
Eric Pilcher
Dave Marsh
Samuel Hunter
Great Britain 20:44:46.8
8 Georges Schiltz
Nic Rausch
Louis Pesch
Jean-Pierre Kuhn
Luxembourg 21:25:11.8
9 Cosme Saavedra
Luis de Meyer
José Zampìchiatti
Julio Polet
Argentina 21:47:43.6
10 Ðuro Ðukanović
Josip Kosmatin
Koloman Sović
Milan Truban
Yugoslavia 21:57:22.6
11 Antonín Perič
Karel Červenka
Antonín Charvát
František Kundert
Czechoslovakia 22:01:16.8
12 John Boulicault
Ignatius Gronkowski
Gustav Hentschel
Victor Hopkins
United States 22:43:33.0
13 Ilmari Voudelin
Toivo Hörkkö
Erik Frank
Anton Collin
Finland 24:03:56.4
14 Oswald Miller
Feliks Kostrzębski
Kazimierz Krzemiński
Wiktor Hoechsmann
Poland 24:42:08.2
15 Georgi Abadzhiev
Mikhail Klaynerov
Atanas Atanasov
Mikhail Georgiev
Bulgaria Did not finish

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