Cycling at the 2004 Summer Olympics – Men's track time trial

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Men's track time trial
at the Games of the XXVIII Olympiad
Medalists
Gold medal    Great Britain
Silver medal    France
Bronze medal    Germany
Cycling at the
2004 Summer Olympics
Road cycling
Cycling (road) pictogram.svg
Road race   men   women
Time trial men women
Track cycling
Cycling (track) pictogram.svg
Individual pursuit men women
Team pursuit men
Sprint men women
Team sprint men
Time trial men women
Points race men women
Keirin men
Madison men
Mountain biking
Cycling (mountain biking) pictogram.svg
Cross-country men women

The men's 1 kilometre time trial in Cycling at the 2004 Summer Olympics was a time trial race in which each of the seventeen cyclists attempted to set the fastest time for four laps (1 kilometre) of the track.

Records[edit]

World Record Arnaud Tournant (FRA) La Paz, Bolivia 58.875 s October 10, 2001
Olympic Record Jason QUEALLY (GBR) Sydney, Australia 1:01.609 September 16, 2000

Results[edit]

In a fascinating event the Olympic Record was broken four times, the final time by Chris Hoy of Great Britain retaining the title for his country that Jason Queally had won in Sydney four years previously.

Final results[1]
Rank Race
Number
Name NOC - 250m - 500m - 750m - 1,000m
1 58 Chris Hoy  United Kingdom 17.984 31.414 45.505 1:00.711
2 54 Arnaud Tournant  France 18.057 31.555 45.576 1:00.896
3 73 Stefan Nimke  Germany 18.487 31.919 46.027 1:01.186
4 7 Shane Kelly  Australia 18.351 31.861 46.057 1:01.224
5 101 Theo Bos  Netherlands 18.697 32.356 46.684 1:01.986
6 52 François Pervis  France 18.353 32.087 46.570 1:02.328
7 59 Craig Maclean  United Kingdom 18.445 32.367 46.611 1:02.369
8 68 Carsten Bergemann  Germany 18.901 32.850 47.272 1:02.551
9 28 Ahmed Lopez Naranjo  Cuba 18.272 31.855 46.436 1:02.739
10 30 Alois Kaňkovský  Czech Republic 18.903 32.625 47.152 1:03.038
11 105 Teun Mulder  Netherlands 18.591 32.446 47.084 1:03.165
12 35 Ruben Donet  Spain 18.683 32.725 47.391 1:03.505
13 24 Wilson Meneses Guitierrez  Colombia 18.713 32.700 47.505 1:03.614
14 120 Grzegorz Krejner  Poland 19.083 33.112 47.929 1:03.923
15 76 Dimitrios Georgalis  Greece 18.852 32.943 48.002 1:04.204
16 137 Lin Chih Hsun  Chinese Taipei 19.716 34.503 49.800 1:06.240
17 21 Radoslav Konstantinov  Bulgaria 19.377 33.976 49.474 1:06.265

References[edit]