Cycling at the 2000 Summer Olympics – Men's Keirin

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The men's Keirin in cycling at the 2000 Summer Olympics was contested by 20 cyclists. A Keirin race consisted of eight laps of the track, or 2 kilometres.

Medalists[edit]

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Florian Rousseau, France Gary Neiwand, Australia Jens Fiedler, Germany

Results[edit]

First round[edit]

The 20 cyclists competed in three heats of six to seven riders each. The top two riders in each heat (six overall) advanced to the next round, while the other fourteen cyclists competed in the first repechage.

Heat 1
Place Name Nation Qualify
1 Jens Fiedler Germany Q
2 Gary Neiwand Australia Q
3 Shinishi Ota Japan
4 Lampros Vasilopoulos Greece
5 Jaroslav Jerabek Slovakia
6 Christian Arrue United States
Heat 2
Place Name Nation Qualify
1 Pavel Buran Czech Republic Q
2 Roberto Chiappa Italy Q
3 In-Young Eum South Korea
4 Chris Hoy Great Britain
5 Florian Rousseau France
6 Grzegorz Krejner Poland
Anthony Peden New Zealand
Heat 3
Place Name Nation Qualify
1 Jan van Eijden Germany Q
2 Frederic Magne France Q
3 David Cabrero Spain
4 Marty Nothstein United States
5 Matt Sinton New Zealand
6 Yuichiro Kamiyama Japan
Ainars Kiksis Latvia

First repechage[edit]

The first round repechage consisted of three heats of four to five riders each. The top two cyclists in each of the heats rejoined the winners from the first round in advancing to the second round. The rest were eliminated from competition.

Heat 1
Place Name Nation Qualify
1 Ainars Kiksis Latvia Q
2 Shinishi Ota Japan Q
3 Grzegorz Krejner Poland
4 Matt Sinton New Zealand
Chris Hoy Great Britain
Heat 2
Place Name Nation Qualify
1 Marty Nothstein United States Q
2 Florian Rousseau France Q
3 Anthony Peden New Zealand
4 In-Young Eum South Korea
5 Christian Arrue United States
Heat 3
Place Name Nation Qualify
1 David Cabrero Spain Q
2 Lampros Vasilopoulos Greece Q
3 Jaroslav Jerabek Slovakia
4 Yuichiro Kamiyama Japan

Second round[edit]

The second round consisted of two heats, with the twelve cyclists split into groups of six. The top three riders in each heat advanced to the final.

Heat 1
Place Name Nation Qualify
1 Jens Fiedler Germany Q
2 Jan van Eijden Germany Q
3 Florian Rousseau France Q
4 Roberto Chiappa Italy
Lampros Vasilopoulos Greece
Ainars Kiksis Latvia
Heat 2
Place Name Nation Qualify
1 Marty Nothstein United States Q
2 Gary Neiwand Australia Q
3 Frederic Magne France Q
4 David Cabrero Spain
5 Pavel Buran Czech Republic
6 Shinishi Ota Japan

Final[edit]

Place Name
1 Florian Rousseau France
2 Gary Neiwand Australia
3 Jens Fiedler Germany
4 Jan van Eijden Germany
5 Marty Nothstein United States
6 Frederic Magne France

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