Cycling at the 1996 Summer Olympics – Women's individual road race

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Women's road race
at the Games of the XXVI Olympiad
Venue Atlanta
Date July 21
Competitors 58 from 31 nations
Winning time 02:36:13
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Jeannie Longo  France
2nd, silver medalist(s) Imelda Chiappa  Italy
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Clara Hughes  Canada
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Cycling at the
1996 Summer Olympics
Road cycling
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Road race   men   women
Time trial   men   women
Track cycling
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1000 m time trial men
Individual pursuit men women
Points race men women
Sprint men women
Team pursuit men
Mountain bike
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Cross-country men women

These are the official results of the Women's Individual Road Race at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia, held on July 21, 1996. There were 58 participants in the race over 104 km, with fifteen cyclists who did not finish.

Final classification[edit]

RANK NAME CYCLIST NOC TIME
Med 1.png Jeannie Longo-Ciprelli  France 02:36:13
Med 2.png Imelda Chiappa  Italy 02:36:38
Med 3.png Clara Hughes  Canada 02:36:44
4. Vera Hohlfeld  Germany 02:37:06
5. Jolanta Polikevičiūtė  Lithuania
6. Zulfiya Zabirova  Russia
7. Alessandra Cappellotto  Italy
8. Barbara Heeb  Switzerland
9. Kathryn Watt  Australia
10. Susan Palmer  Canada
11. Marie Purvis  Great Britain
12. Rasa Polikevičiūtė  Lithuania
13. Yvonne Schnorf  Switzerland
14. Zinaida Stahurskaya  Belarus
15. Diana Rast  Switzerland
16. Catherine Marsal  France
17. Anna Wilson  Australia
18. Ragnhild Kostøl  Norway
19. Sarah Phillips  Great Britain
20. Heidi Van De Vijver  Belgium
21. Joane Somarriba  Spain
22. Tanja Klein  Austria
23. Ana Barros  Portugal
24. Lenka Ilavská  Slovakia
25. Susanne Ljungskog  Sweden
26. Yvonne Brunen  Netherlands
27. Eva Orvošová  Slovakia
28. Elsbeth Vink  Netherlands
29. Jeanne Golay  United States
30. Natalya Kishchuk  Ukraine
31. Susy Pryde  New Zealand
32. Roberta Bonanomi  Italy
33. Rebecca Bailey  New Zealand
34. Tea Vikstedt-Nyman  Finland
35. Erica Green  South Africa 02:37.21
36. Linda Brenneman  United States 02:40.27
37. Alison Dunlap  United States 02:41.21
38. Marion Clignet  France 02:41.50
39. Tracey Watson  Australia 02:42.35
40. Fátima Blázquez  Spain 02:46.27
41. Guo Xinghong  China 02:49.47
42. Jacqueline Martin  South Africa 02:53.12
43. Caroline Alexander  Great Britain 02:53.47
Linda Jackson  Canada DNF
Zhao Haijuan  China DNF
Dania Pérez  Cuba DNF
Camille Solis  Belize DNF
Svetlana Samokhvalova  Russia DNF
Ingunn Bollerud  Norway DNF
Alla Vasilenko  Kazakhstan DNF
Diana Žiliūtė  Lithuania DNF
Jacqui Nelson  New Zealand DNF
Maureen Kaila  El Salvador DNF
Maritza Corredor  Colombia DNF
Ingrid Haringa  Netherlands DNF
Kim Yong-mi  South Korea DNF
Svetlana Bubnenkova  Russia DNF
Izaskun Bengoa  Spain DNF

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