Ian Alsop

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Ian Alsop
Personal information
Full name Ian Clunies Alsop
Born (1943-06-14) June 14, 1943 (age 70)
Team information
Discipline Track
Role Rider
Amateur team(s)
City of Edinburgh
Infobox last updated on
26 May 2008

Ian Clunies Alsop (born 14 June 1943) is a Scottish competitive track cyclist.[1] He represented Scotland in the 1966 Commonwealth Games, and he won the gold in the 10 mile scratch race.[2] He also represented Great Britain at the 1968 Olympic Games in Mexico.[3]

Palmarès[edit]

1959
Junior Men 500m Sprint, Herne Hill, silver
1960
Junior Men 500m Sprint, Coventry, bronze
1962
1st Tandem Sprint, British National Tandem Sprint Championships, Amateur, with Roger Whitfield
1963
Amateur 1000m Sprint, Herne Hill, silver
Amateur 4000m Team Pursuit, Fallowfield, gold (Polytechnic CC team)
1964
2nd Tandem Sprint, British National Tandem Sprint Championships, Amateur, with Brian Dacey
Amateur 4000m Team Pursuit, Wolverhampton, bronze (Polytechnic CC team)
1965
2nd Tandem Sprint, British National Tandem Sprint Championships, Amateur, with Tony Gowland
Amateur 1000m Sprint, Salford Park, silver
Amateur Division 4000m Team Pursuit, Kirkby, gold (North London team)
1966
Amateur 1000m Sprint, Kirkby, silver
Amateur Kilometre Time Trial, Welwyn, silver
Amateur 4000m Team Pursuit, Wolverhampton, silver (Polytechnic CC)
Amateur Division 4000m Team Pursuit, Herne Hill, silver (North London)
Amateur 10 mile Scratch, Nottingham, gold
Amateur 50 mile Madison, Salford Park, gold (w/Tony Gowland)
1967
2nd Tandem Sprint, British National Tandem Sprint Championships, Amateur, with Tony Gowland
Amateur 10 mile Scratch, Halesowen, gold
Amateur Division 4000m Team Pursuit, Salford Park, silver (North London)
Amateur 50 mile Madison, Herne Hill, bronze (w/Tony Gowland)
1968
1st Tandem Sprint, British National Tandem Sprint Championships, Amateur, with Geoff Cooke
Amateur Kilometre Time Trial, Herne Hill, tied for bronze
Amateur 4000m Team Pursuit, Scunthorpe, gold (Polytechnic CC)

World's Championship and Olympic Performances[edit]

1963
Rocourt, Belgium, Amateur Sprint, competed
Rocourt, Belgium, Amateur Team Pursuit, 13th place (GB team)
1965
San Sebastian, Spain, Amateur Sprint, competed
San Sebastian, Spain, Amateur Team Pursuit, 8th place (GB team)
1966
Frankfurt, Germany, Amateur Team Pursuit, 7th place (GB team)
1967
Amsterdam, Holland, Amateur Team Pursuit, 8th place (GB team)
1968
Mexico Olympics, 4000m Team Pursuit, 12th place (GB team)

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