Cycling at the 1936 Summer Olympics – Men's individual road race

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Cycling – Men's individual road race
at the Games of the XI Olympiad
Venue Avus North Curve, Berlin
Dates 10 August 1936
Competitors 99 from 28 nations
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Robert Charpentier
 France
2nd, silver medalist(s) Guy Lapébie
 France
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Ernst Nievergelt
 Switzerland
← 1932
1948 →
Cycling at the
1936 Summer Olympics
Cycling (road) pictogram.svg
Road events
Individual road race men
Team road race men
Track events
1000m time trial men
Sprint men
Tandem men
Team pursuit men

The men's individual road race cycling event at the 1936 Olympic Games took place on 10 August over 100 km. This was the first time that the cycling road race was conducted as a mass start event and was one of six cycling events at the 1936 Olympics.[1] The Men's team road race was held in conjunction with this event, with teams having four riders and the team time taken as sum of the team's three best finishers.[1]

Results[edit]

Final[edit]

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Robert Charpentier  France 2:33:05.0
2nd, silver medalist(s) Guy Lapébie  France 2:33:05.2
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Ernst Nievergelt  Switzerland 2:33:05.8
4 Fritz Scheller  Germany 2:33:06.0
Charles Holland  Great Britain 2:33:06.0
Robert Dorgebray  France 2:33:06.0
7 Pierino Favalli  Italy 2:33:06.2
8 Auguste Garrebeek  Belgium 2:33:06.6
Armand Putzeyse  Belgium 2:33:06.6
Talat Tunçalp  Turkey 2:33:06.6
11 Edgar Buchwalder  Switzerland 2:33:07.0
12 Frode Sørensen  Denmark 2:33:07.2
August Prosenik  Yugoslavia 2:33:07.2
14 Kurt Ott  Switzerland 2:33:07.6
15 Glauco Servadei  Italy 2:33:07.8
16 Tassy Johnson  Australia 2:33:08.0
Virgilius Altmann  Austria 2:33:08.0
Hans Höfner  Austria 2:33:08.0
Eugen Schnalek  Austria 2:33:08.0
Jean-François Van Der Motte  Belgium 2:33:08.0
Kanyo Dzhambazov  Bulgaria 2:33:08.0
Arne Petersen  Denmark 2:33:08.0
Thor Porko  Finland 2:33:08.0
Jean Goujon  France 2:33:08.0
János Bognár  Hungary 2:33:08.0
István Liszkay  Hungary 2:33:08.0
Corrado Ardizzoni  Italy 2:33:08.0
Jacques Majerus  Luxembourg 2:33:08.0
Franz Neuens  Luxembourg 2:33:08.0
Nico van Gageldonk  Netherlands 2:33:08.0
Wacław Starzyński  Poland 2:33:08.0
Stanisław Zieliński  Poland 2:33:08.0
Hennie Binneman  South Africa 2:33:08.0
Gottlieb Weber  Switzerland 2:33:08.0
Arne Berg  Sweden 2:33:08.0
Josef Lošek  Czechoslovakia 2:33:08.0
Franc Gartner  Yugoslavia 2:33:08.0
AC Mārtiņš Mazūrs  Latvia 2:37:08.0e
Arvīds Immermanis  Latvia 2:52:08.0e
Aleksejs Jurjevs  Latvia 2:52:08.0e
Jānis Vītols  Latvia 2:52:08.0e
Chris Wheeler  Australia no time
Karl Kühn  Austria no time
Jef Lowagie  Belgium no time
Dertônio Ferrer  Brazil no time
José Magnani  Brazil no time
Hermógenes Netto  Brazil no time
Nikola Nenov  Bulgaria no time
Aleksandar Nikolov  Bulgaria no time
Gennadi Simov  Bulgaria no time
Lionel Coleman  Canada no time
George Crompton  Canada no time
Rusty Peden  Canada no time
George Turner  Canada no time
Jesús Chousal  Chile no time
Jorge Guerra  Chile no time
Rafael Montero  Chile no time
Manuel Riquelme  Chile no time
Knud Jacobsen  Denmark no time
Tage Møller  Denmark no time
Tauno Lindgren  Finland no time
Jackie Bone  Great Britain no time
Willi Meurer  Germany no time
Fritz Ruland  Germany no time
Emil Schöpflin  Germany no time
István Adorján  Hungary no time
Károly Nemes-Nótás  Hungary no time
Elio Bavutti  Italy no time
Adolf Schreiber  Liechtenstein no time
Paul Frantz  Luxembourg no time
Rudy Houtsch  Luxembourg no time
René van Hove  Netherlands no time
George Giles  New Zealand no time
Manuel Bacigalupo  Peru no time
Gregorio Caloggero  Peru no time
José Mazzini  Peru no time
César Peñaranda  Peru no time
Mieczysław Kapiak  Poland no time
Wiktor Olecki  Poland no time
Ted Clayton  South Africa no time
Berndt Carlsson  Sweden no time
Ingvar Ericsson  Sweden no time
Vilém Jakl  Czechoslovakia no time
Hans Leutelt  Czechoslovakia no time
Miloslav Loos  Czechoslovakia no time
Kirkor Canbazyan  Turkey no time
Kazım Bingen  Turkey no time
Orhan Suda  Turkey no time
Albert Byrd  United States no time
Charles Morton  United States no time
Paul Nixon  United States no time
John Sinibaldi  United States no time
Josip Pokupec  Yugoslavia no time
Ivan Valant  Yugoslavia no time
Bill Messer  Great Britain DNF
Alick Bevan  Great Britain DNF
Gerrit Schulte  Netherlands DNF
Philippus Vethaak  Netherlands DNF
Sven Johansson  Sweden DNF

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Cycling at the 1936 Berlin Summer Games: Men's Road Race, Individual". sports-reference.com. Retrieved 8 July 2014.