Cycling at the 1964 Summer Olympics – Men's individual road race

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Men's cycling road race
at the Games of the XVIII Olympiad
Venue Hachioji Road Race Course, Tokyo
194.83 km (121.1 mi)
Date 22 October 1964
Competitors 132 from 35 nations
Winning time 4:39:51.63
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Mario Zanin  Italy
2nd, silver medalist(s) Kjell Rodian  Denmark
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Walter Godefroot  Belgium
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The men's individual road race was a road bicycle racing event held as part of the Cycling at the 1964 Summer Olympics programme. It was held on 22 October 1964. The course, just short of 25 kilometres, was covered 8 times for a total distance of 194.832 kilometres. 132 cyclists from 35 nations competed.[1]

Final classification[edit]

Rank Name Nationality Time
1st, gold medalist(s) Mario Zanin  Italy 4:39:51.63
2nd, silver medalist(s) Kjell Rodian  Denmark 4:39:51.65
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Walter Godefroot  Belgium 4:39:51.74
4. Raymond Bilney  Australia 4:39:51.74
5. José Manuel López  Spain 4:39:51.74
6. Wilfried Peffgen  United Team of Germany 4:39:51.74
7. Gösta Pettersson  Sweden 4:39:51.74
8. Delmo Delmastro  Argentina 4:39:51.74
9. Roberto Breppe  Argentina 4:39:51.74
10. Laurie Byers  New Zealand 4:39:51.74
11. Erik Pettersson  Sweden 4:39:51.74
12. Eddy Merckx  Belgium 4:39:51.74
13. Jan Kudra  Poland 4:39:51.74
14. Michael Hollingsworth  Australia 4:39:51.74
15. Ole Højlund Pedersen  Denmark 4:39:51.74
16. Hans Lüthi  Switzerland 4:39:51.74
17. Richard Johnstone  New Zealand 4:39:51.74
18. Roger Swerts  Belgium 4:39:51.74
19. Johny Schleck  Luxembourg 4:39:51.74
20. Bart Zoet  Netherlands 4:39:51.74
21. Flemming Hansen  Denmark 4:39:51.74
22. Daniel Gráč  Czechoslovakia 4:39:51.74
23. José Manuel Lasa  Spain 4:39:51.74
24. János Juszkó  Hungary 4:39:51.74
25. Colin Lewis  Great Britain 4:39:51.74
26. Terence West  Great Britain 4:39:51.74
27. Gerben Karstens  Netherlands 4:39:51.74
28. Severino Andreoli  Italy 4:39:51.74
29. Burkhard Ebert  United Team of Germany 4:39:51.75
30. Erwin Jaisli  Switzerland 4:39:51.75
31. Derek Harrison  Great Britain 4:39:51.75
32. Mariano Díaz  Spain 4:39:51.75
33. Felice Gimondi  Italy 4:39:51.76
34. Jorge Mariné  Spain 4:39:51.76
35. András Mészáros  Hungary 4:39:51.76
36. Chow Kwong Man  Hong Kong 4:39:51.76
37. Masashi Omiya  Japan 4:39:51.76
38. Jozef Boons  Belgium 4:39:51.76
39. Louis Pfenninger  Switzerland 4:39:51.76
40. Harry Steevens  Netherlands 4:39:51.76
41. Gaynan Saydkhuzhin  Soviet Union 4:39:51.77
42. Jan Pieterse  Netherlands 4:39:51.77
43. Yanjingiin Baatar  Mongolia 4:39:51.77
44. Jan Magiera  Poland 4:39:51.77
45. Ricardo Vázquez  Uruguay 4:39:51.78
46. Martín Rodríguez  Colombia 4:39:51.78
47. Antal Megyerdi  Hungary 4:39:51.78
48. Francisco Pérez  Uruguay 4:39:51.78
49. Rubén Placanica  Argentina 4:39:51.79
50. Sven Hamrin  Sweden 4:39:51.79
51. Michael Cowley  Great Britain 4:39:51.79
52. Sture Pettersson  Sweden 4:39:51.79
53. Francis Bazire  France 4:39:51.80
54. Immo Rittmeyer  United Team of Germany 4:39:51.80
55. Pablo Hernández  Colombia 4:39:51.80
56. Anatoly Olizarenko  Soviet Union 4:39:51.80
57. Gabriel Moiceanu  Romania 4:39:51.80
58. Constantin Ciocan  Romania 4:39:51.81
59. Ion Cosma  Romania 4:39:51.81
60. Yury Melikhov  Soviet Union 4:39:51.81
61. Des Thomson  New Zealand 4:39:51.81
62. Aleksei Petrov  Soviet Union 4:39:51.81
63. Hans Heinemann  Switzerland 4:39:51.82
64. Vid Cencic  Uruguay 4:39:51.82
65. David Humphreys  Australia 4:39:51.82
66. Max Grace  New Zealand 4:39:51.83
67. Jiří Daler  Czechoslovakia 4:39:51.83
68. Malcolm McCredie  Australia 4:39:51.83
69. Rubén Darío Gómez  Colombia 4:39:51.83
70. František Řezáč  Czechoslovakia 4:39:51.83
71. Jan Smolík  Czechoslovakia 4:39:51.83
72. Stephen Lim  Malaysia 4:39:51.83
73. Arturo Romeo  Philippines 4:39:51.83
74. Ole Ritter  Denmark 4:39:51.83
75. John Allis  United States 4:39:51.83
76. Phạm Văn Sau  South Vietnam 4:39:51.83
77. Andrzej Bławdzin  Poland 4:39:51.83
78. Günter Hoffmann  United Team of Germany 4:39:51.83
79. Mikael Saglimbeni  Ethiopia 4:39:51.83
80. Lucien Aimar  France 4:39:51.83
81. Mashallah Amin Sorour  Iran 4:39:51.83
82. Rajmund Zieliński  Poland 4:39:51.83
83. László Mahó  Hungary 4:39:51.83
84. Teófilo Toda  Peru 4:39:51.83
85. Luvsangiin Erkhemjamts  Mongolia 4:39:51.83
86. Her Jong-chau  Chinese Taipei 4:39:51.83
87. Shue Ming-shu  Chinese Taipei 4:39:51.83
88. Gheorghe Bădără  Romania 4:39:51.83
89. Tarwon Jirapan  Thailand 4:39:51.83
90. Trần Văn Nen  South Vietnam 4:39:51.83
91. Pakdi Chillananda  Thailand 4:39:51.83
92. Chow Kwong Choi  Hong Kong 4:39:51.83
93. Melesio Soto  Mexico 4:39:51.83
94. Bernard Guyot  France 4:39:51.83
95. Christian Raymond  France 4:39:51.83
96. Edy Schütz  Luxembourg 4:39:51.83
97. Daniel Olivares  Philippines 4:39:51.83
98. Cornelio Padilla  Philippines 4:39:51.83
99. Sayed Esmail Hosseini  Iran 4:39:51.83
100. Michael Hiltner  United States
101. Akbar Poudeh  Iran
102. Wilde Baridón  Uruguay
103. Luvsangiin Buudai  Mongolia
104. Francisco Coronel  Mexico
105. Hiroshi Yamao  Japan
106. Toshiro Akamatsu  Japan
107. Lee Seon-bae  South Korea 5:27:16
AC An Byeong-hun  South Korea DNF
Chainarong Sophonpong  Thailand DNF
Davoud Akhlagi  Iran DNF
Deng Chueng-hwai  Chinese Taipei DNF
Ferruccio Manza  Italy DNF
Fisihasion Ghebreyesus  Ethiopia DNF
Heriberto Díaz  Mexico DNF
Hwang Chang-sik  South Korea DNF
Raymond Castilloux  United States DNF
Mario Escobar  Colombia DNF
Michael Andrew  Malaysia DNF
Norberto Arceo  Philippines DNF
Choijiljavyn Samand  Mongolia DNF
Suleman Ambaye  Ethiopia DNF
Hamid Supaat  Malaysia DNF
Thomas Montemage  United States DNF
Vitool Charernratana  Thailand DNF
Wi Gyeong-yong  South Korea DNF
Yemane Negassi  Ethiopia DNF
Zain Safar-ud-Din  Malaysia DQ
Nguyễn Văn Khoi  South Vietnam DQ
Masanori Tsuji  Japan DQ
Moises López  Mexico DQ
Mok Sau Hei  Hong Kong DQ
Nguyễn Văn Ngan  South Vietnam DQ

Notes[edit]

  • Tokyo Organizing Committee (1964). The Games of the XVIII Olympiad: Tokyo 1964, vol. 2. 

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Cycling at the 1964 Tokyo Summer Games: Men's Road Race, Individual". sports-reference.com. Retrieved 10 August 2014.