Cycling at the 2000 Summer Olympics – Men's points race
|Cycling at the
2000 Summer Olympics
These are the official results of the Men's Points Race at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. There were a total number of 23 participants competing in the final, which was held on 20 September 2000.
The men's points race in cycling at the 2000 Summer Olympics consisted of a 160 lap (40 kilometre) points race with 16 sprints where points were awarded. 5 points were given to the first finisher of each sprint, with 3 going to the second-place finisher, 2 going to the third place cyclist, and 1 going to the fourth place rider. Double points were award in the final sprint. The winner is determined first by number of laps, and then by the total number of points accumulated.
|Juan Llaneras, Spain||Milton Wynants, Uruguay||Aleksei Markov, Russia|
|4||Cho Ho-Sung||South Korea||15||1|
|5||James Carney||United States||10||1|
|7||Glen Thomson||New Zealand||6||1|
|11||Wong Kam Po||Hong Kong||14||0|
|13||Jon Clay||Great Britain||10||0|