Cycling at the 2000 Summer Olympics – Men's road time trial

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These are the official results of the Men's Individual Time Trial at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. The race was held on Saturday, September 30, 2000 with a race distance of 46.8 km.

On 17 January 2013 Lance Armstrong was stripped of the bronze medal and disqualified by the International Olympic Committee due to doping.[1][2]

Medallists[edit]

Gold: Gold medal.svg Silver: Silver medal.svg Bronze: Bronze medal.svg
Viacheslav Ekimov, Russia Jan Ullrich, Germany N/A

Final classification[edit]

Rank Cyclist Nation Time
1 Viacheslav Ekimov Russia 57:40
2 Jan Ullrich Germany + 0.08
DSQ Lance Armstrong United States + 0.34
4 Abraham Olano Spain + 0.51
5 Laurent Jalabert France + 1.04
6 Andrei Teteriouk Kazakhstan + 1.12
7 Thor Hushovd Norway + 1.20
8 Santos Gonzalez Capilla Spain + 1.23
9 Serhiy Honchar Ukraine + 1.40
10 Tyler Hamilton United States + 1.46
11 Chris Boardman Great Britain + 1.52
12 Andreas Klöden Germany + 1.53
13 Christophe Moreau France + 1.57
14 Evgueni Petrov Russia + 2.00
15 Raivis Belohvoščiks Latvia + 2.17
16 David Millar Great Britain + 2.37
17 Evgeny Vakker Kyrgyzstan + 2.41
18 Sergiy Matveyev Ukraine + 2.45
19 Nathan O'Neill Australia + 2.52
20 Eric Wohlberg Canada + 2.54
21 Dainis Ozols Latvia + 3.06
22 Martin Hvastija Slovenia + 3.28
23 Raimondas Rumsas Lithuania + 3.28
24 Victor Hugo Peña Colombia + 3.30
25 Arturas Kasputis Lithuania + 3.42
26 Koos Moerenhout Netherlands + 3.47
27 Alexandre Vinokourov Kazakhstan + 3.54
28 Tomáš Konečný Czech Republic + 3.56
29 Erik Dekker Netherlands + 4.00
30 Martin Rittsel Sweden + 4.19
31 Piotr Wadecki Poland + 4.24
32 Lauri Aus Estonia + 4.36
33 Alex Zülle Switzerland + 4.54
34 Rene Haselbacher Austria + 4.58
35 Vitor Gamito Portugal + 5.36
36 Amr El Nady Egypt + 5.38
37 Michael Andersson Sweden + 7.39
38 Michael Sandstød Denmark DNF

References[edit]

  1. ^ "IOC Statement on Lance Armstrong". IOC. Retrieved 2013-01-17. 
  2. ^ "Lance Armstrong stripped of Sydney Olympics medal". BBC News. Retrieved 2013-01-17. 

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