Cycling at the 2000 Summer Olympics – Men's points race

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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.

Medalists[edit]

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Juan Llaneras,  Spain Milton Wynants,  Uruguay Aleksei Markov,  Russia

Results[edit]

Rank Name Nation Sprint
Points
Extra
Laps
1 Juan Llaneras  Spain 14 2
2 Milton Wynants  Uruguay 18 1
3 Aleksei Markov  Russia 16 1
4 Cho Ho-Sung  South Korea 15 1
5 James Carney  United States 10 1
6 Franz Stocher  Austria 8 1
7 Glen Thomson  New Zealand 6 1
8 Silvio Martinello  Italy 5 1
9 Brian Walton  Canada 1 1
10 Stuart O'Grady  Australia 26 0
11 Wong Kam Po  Hong Kong 14 0
12 Bruno Risi  Switzerland 13 0
13 Jon Clay  Great Britain 10 0
14 Juan Curuchet  Argentina 8 0
15 Matthew Gilmore  Belgium 6 0
16 Makoto Iijima  Japan 6 0
17 Vasyl Yakovlev  Ukraine 5 0
18 Wilco Zuijderwijk  Netherlands 3 0
19 Christophe Capelle  France 2 0
20 Sergey Lavrenenko  Kazakhstan 1 0
21 Marlon Pérez  Colombia 0 0
22 Jimmi Madsen  Denmark 0 0
23 Thorsten Rund  Germany 0 0

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