Cycling at the 1996 Summer Olympics – Men's cross-country

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Cycling at the
1996 Summer Olympics
Road cycling
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Road race   men   women
Time trial   men   women
Track cycling
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1000 m time trial men
Individual pursuit men women
Points race men women
Sprint men women
Team pursuit men
Mountain bike
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Cross-country men women

These are the official results of the Men's Mountainbike Race at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia. There were a total number of 38 participants, with two non-finishers, in this inaugural Olympic event over 47.7 kilometres, held on July 30, 1996. The mountain biking events were held at the Georgia International Horse Park in Conyers, Georgia, located 30 miles (50 km) east of Atlanta.

Final classification[edit]

RANK NAME CYCLIST NOC TIME
Med 1.png Bart Brentjens Netherlands 2:17.38
Med 2.png Thomas Frischknecht Switzerland 2:20:14
Med 3.png Miguel Martinez France 2:20:36
4. Christophe Dupouey France 2:25:03
5. Daniele Pontoni Italy 2:25:08
6. José Brenes Andres Costa Rica 2:25:51
7. Lennie Kristensen Denmark 2:26:02
8. Luca Bramati Italy 2:26:05
9. Cadel Evans| Australia 2:26:15
10. Ralph Berner Germany 2:27:45
11. Rune Høydahl Norway 2:28:16
12. Gary Foord Great Britain 2:29:10
13. Warren Sallenback Canada 2:29:57
14. Beat Wabel Switzerland 2:32:17
15. David Baker Great Britain 2:32:30
16. Robert Woods Australia 2:33:14
17. Roel Paulissen Belgium 2:33:53
18. Jan Erik Østergaard Denmark 2:34:30
19. David Juarez United States 2:35:15
20. Don Myrah United States 2:35:50
21. Roger Persson Sweden 2:37:17
22. Jokin Mujika Spain 2:41:15
23. Jhon Arias Sanchez Colombia 2:42:04
24. Radovan Fort Czech Republic 2:42:43
25. Martin Earley Ireland 2:43:56
26. Kyoshi Miura Japan 2:45:03
27. Marcio Ravelli Brazil 2:45:16
28. Ernst Denifl Austria 2:45:34
29. Marek Galiński Poland 2:45:54
30. Peter Hric Slovakia 2:45:54
31. Andreas Hestler Canada 2:46:45
32. Alastair Martin Ireland 2:47:46
33. Pavel Camrda Czech Republic 2:49:09
34. Juan Arias Acosta Colombia 2:50:44
35. Ivanir Lopes Brazil 2:53:29
36. Slawomir Barul Poland 2:53:56
Lautaro Chavez Argentina DNF
Rory Gonsalves Antigua and Barbuda DNF

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