Triathlon at the 2000 Summer Olympics – Men's

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Men's Triathlon
at the Games of the XXVII Olympiad
Triathlon pictogram.svg
Venue Sydney Opera House
Date 17 September
Competitors 52 from 27 nations
Winning time 1:48:24.02
Medalists
Gold medal    Canada
Silver medal    Germany
Bronze medal    Czech Republic
  2004»
Triathlon at the
2000 Summer Olympics
Triathlon pictogram.svg
Events
men  women

The men's triathlon was part of the Triathlon at the 2000 Summer Olympics programme. It was the first appearance of the event, making this an official debut at the 2000 Summer Olympics. The competition was held on Sunday, September 17, 2000 at the Sydney Opera House in Sydney.[1]

Competition format[edit]

The race was held over the "international distance" (also called "Olympic distance") and consisted of 1,500 metres (0.93 mi) swimming, 40 kilometres (25 mi), road bicycle racing, and 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) road running.[2]

Results[edit]

52 athletes competed in men's triathlon; only four of them dropped out of the cycling phase.

Rank # Triathlete Swimming Cycling Running Total time* Difference
1st 18  Simon Whitfield (CAN) 18:18.09 59:12.20 30:53.73 1:48:24.02
2nd 50  Stephan Vuckovic (GER) 18:35.59 58:52.10 31:09.89 1:48:37.58 +00:13.56
3rd 32  Jan Řehula (CZE) 18:11.89 59:13.50 31:21.25 1:48:46.64 +00:22.62
4 36  Dmitriy Gaag (KAZ) 18:13.09 59:08.00 31:42.48 1:49:03.57 +00:39.55
5 8  Ivan Rana (ESP) 18:12.39 59:10.40 31:48.09 1:49:10.88 +00:46.86
6 21  Miles Stewart (AUS) 18:20.49 58:59.60 31:54.43 1:49:14.52 +00:50.50
7 45  Olivier Marceau (FRA) 18:11.69 58:12.40 32:53.94 1:49:18.03 +00:54.01
8 24  Reto Hug (SUI) 18:17.49 59:12.31 31:51.50 1:49:21.30 +00:57.28
9 2  Simon Lessing (GBR) 17:44.79 59:39.60 31:59.93 1:49:24.32 +01:00.30
10 3  Tim Don (GBR) 18:00.59 59:31.11 31:57.15 1:49:28.85 +01:04.83
11 44  Andriy Glushchenko (UKR) 18:09.79 59:29.90 31:50.48 1:49:30.17 +01:06.15
12 51  Andreas Raelert (GER) 18:13.29 59:09.80 32:08.19 1:49:31.28 +01:07.26
13 33  Martin Krňávek (CZE) 18:11.39 59:21.60 32:05.02 1:49:38.01 +01:13.99
14 4  Leandro Macedo (BRA) 18:46.09 58:40.20 32:24.40 1:49:50.69 +01:26.67
15 43  Volodymyr Polikarpenko (UKR) 17:59.89 59:37.20 32:14.69 1:49:51.78 +01:27.76
16 15  Craig Watson (NZL) 18:05.09 59:18.50 32:38.26 1:50:01.85 +01:37.83
17 38  Hunter Kemper (USA) 18:11.79 59:15.20 32:38.57 1:50:05.56 +01:41.54
18 25  Markus Keller (SUI) 18:38.29 58:51.20 32:45.76 1:50:15.25 +01:51.23
19 46  Carl Blasco (FRA) 18:06.19 59:18.21 32:53.62 1:50:18.02 +01:54.00
20 20  Conrad Stoltz (RSA) 18:47.39 57:38.60 33:58.40 1:50:24.39 +02:00.37
21 29  Takumi Obara (JPN) 18:10.49 59:21.20 32:58.26 1:50:29.95 +02:05.93
22 5  Juraci Moreira (BRA) 18:49.49 58:45.41 33:09.89 1:50:44.79 +02:20.77
23 7  Eneko Llanos (ESP) 18:44.39 58:43.90 33:20.06 1:50:48.35 +02:24.33
24 26  Jean-Christophe Guinchard (SUI) 18:46.99 58:36.50 33:27.27 1:50:50.76 +02:26.74
25 39  Ryan Bolton (USA) 18:31.49 59:06.70 33:14.76 1:50:52.95 +02:28.93
26 14  Hamish Carter (NZL) 17:48.19 59:37.10 33:31.88 1:50:57.17 +02:33.15
27 22  Craig Walton (AUS) 17:43.89 59:36.80 33:36.97 1:50:57.66 +02:33.64
28 48  Oscar Galindez (ARG) 18:50.59 59:20.60 32:48.29 1:50:59.48 +02:35.46
29 27  Johannes Enzenhofer (AUT) 18:22.79 59:11.50 33:28.19 1:51:02.48 +02:38.46
30 35  Csaba Kuttor (HUN) 18:06.79 59:34.30 33:24.65 1:51:05.74 +02:41.72
31 47  Stephan Bignet (FRA) 18:01.59 59:36.10 33:34.46 1:51:12.15 +02:48.13
32 19  Alessandro Bottoni (ITA) 18:48.79 58:44.21 33:45.13 1:51:18.13 +02:54.11
33 41  Vassilis Krommidas (GRE) 18:25.59 59:16.10 33:47.25 1:51:28.94 +03:04.92
34 23  Peter Robertson (AUS) 18:47.49 58:40.90 34:10.65 1:51:39.04 +03:15.02
35 52  Joachim Willen (SWE) 17:48.89 59:43.20 34:08.71 1:51:40.80 +03:16.78
36 30  Hideo Fukui (JPN) 17:57.29 59:32.50 34:35.00 1:52:04.79 +03:40.77
37 53  Gilberto Gonzalez (VEN) 18:54.49 58:40.40 34:38.14 1:52:13.03 +03:49.01
38 16  Ben Bright (NZL) 18:14.99 59:11.80 34:50.47 1:52:17.26 +03:53.24
39 6  Armando Barcellos (BRA) 18:45.89 58:51.90 36:04.84 1:53:42.63 +05:18.61
40 40  Nick Radkewich (USA) 18:44.09 58:54.50 36:06.04 1:53:44.63 +05:20.61
41 42  Matias Brain (CHI) 18:56.59 58:46.30 36:02.01 1:53:44.90 +05:20.88
42 10  Eric van der Linden (NED) 18:22.19 59:10.40 36:59.45 1:54:32.04 +06:08.02
43 11  Rob Barel (NED) 18:34.69 1:03:32.00 33:30.00 1:55:36.69 +07:12.67
44 17  Jan Knobelauch Hansen (DEN) 19:23.69 1:02:48.90 33:29.47 1:55:42.06 +07:18.04
45 28  Roland Melis (AHO) 19:21.19 1:02:47.80 34:02.96 1:56:11.95 +07:47.93
46 31  Hiroyuki Nishiuchi (JPN) 18:15.79 1:03:57.20 34:46.77 1:56:59.76 +08:35.74
47 37  Mikhail Kuznetsov (KAZ) 18:55.09 1:04:39.20 35:39.21 1:59:13.50 +10:49.48
48 12  Dennis Looze (NED) 18:08.49 59:20.80 42:54.51 2:00:23.80 +11:59.78
1  Andrew Johns (GBR) 18:15.69 Did not finish
9  Jose Maria Merchan (ESP) 18:55.49 Did not finish
34  Filip Ospalý (CZE) 18:07.79 Did not finish
49  Mark Marabini (ZIM) 20:41.39 Did not finish
  • * Including Transition 1 (swimming-to-cycling) and T2 (cycling-to-running), roughly a minute.
  • No one is allotted the number 13.
  • LAP - Lapped by the leader on the cycling course.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Triathlon at the 2000 Sydney Summer Games: Men's Olympic Distance". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 9 November 2012. 
  2. ^ "Triathlon – Competition Description" (PDF). 2000 Sydney Olympics Results. p. 6. Retrieved 9 November 2012. 

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