Cycling at the 2004 Summer Olympics – Men's Keirin

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Cycling at the
2004 Summer Olympics
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The men's Keirin in cycling at the 2004 Summer Olympics was contested by 22 cyclists. A Keirin race consisted of eight laps of the track, or 2 kilometres.

Medalists[edit]

Gold Gold Silver Silver Bronze Bronze
 Ryan Bayley (AUS)  José Antonio Escuredo (ESP)  Shane Kelly (AUS)

Results[edit]

First round[edit]

The 22 cyclists competed in three heats of seven to eight riders each. The top two riders in each heat (six overall) advanced to the next round, while the other sixteen cyclists competed in the first repechage.

Heat 1
Place Name Nation
1 Ryan Bayley Australia
2 Labros Vasilopoulos Greece
3 Jamie Staff Great Britain
4 Łukasz Kwiatkowski Poland
5 Theo Bos Netherlands
6 Toshiaki Fushimi Japan
7 Jens Fiedler Germany
Heat 2
Place Name Nation
1 René Wolff Germany
2 José Antonio Escuredo Spain
3 Martin Nothstein United States
4 Jeroslav Jerobek Slovakia
5 Josiah Ng Malaysia
6 Laurent Gané France
7 Yang Hee-Chun Korea
Heat 3
Place Name Nation
1 Shane Kelly Australia
2 Ivan Vrba Czech Republic
3 Teun Mulder Netherlands
4 Jose Sochon Guatemala
5 Ross Edgar Great Britain
6 Hong Suk-Hwan Korea
7 Mickaël Bourgain France
REL Jose Villanueva Spain

First repechage[edit]

The first round repechage consisted of three heats of five to six riders each. The top two cyclists in each of the heats rejoined the winners from the first round in advancing to the second round. The rest were eliminated from competition.

Heat 1
Place Name Nation
1 Jamie Staff Great Britain
2 Jens Fiedler Germany
3 Jose Villanueva Spain
4 Ross Edgar Great Britain
5 Jeroslav Jerobek Slovakia
6 Laurent Gané France
Heat 2
Place Name Nation
1 Mickaël Bourgain France
2 Josiah Ng Malaysia
3 Jose Sochon Guatemala
4 Martin Nothstein United States
5 Toshiaki Fushimi Japan
Heat 3
Place Name Nation
1 Theo Bos Netherlands
2 Lukasz Kwiatkowski Poland
3 Hong Suk-Hwan Korea
4 Teun Mulder Netherlands
5 Yang Hee-Chun Korea

Second round[edit]

The second round consisted of two heats, with the twelve cyclists split into groups of six. The top three riders in each heat advanced to the final, while the bottom three in each heat competed in the classification race for seventh to twelfth places.

Heat 1
Place Name Nation
1 Ryan Bayley Australia
2 Josiah Ng Malaysia
3 José Antonio Escuredo Spain
4 Ivan Vrba Czech Republic
5 Lukasz Kwiatkowski Poland
REL Jamie Staff Great Britain
Heat 2
Place Name Nation
1 Shane Kelly Australia
2 René Wolff Germany
3 Mickaël Bourgain France
4 Jens Fiedler Germany
DNF Theo Bos Netherlands
REL Labros Vasilopoulos Greece

Classification 7-12[edit]

Place Name Nation
1 Lukasz Kwiatkowski Poland
2 Jens Fiedler Germany
3 Labros Vasilopoulos Greece
REL Ivan Vrba Czech Republic
DNS Theo Bos Netherlands
DNS Jamie Staff Great Britain

Final[edit]

Final results[1]
Place Name Nation
1 Ryan Bayley  Australia
2 José Antonio Escuredo  Spain
3 Shane Kelly  Australia
DNF Mickaël Bourgain  France
REL René Wolff  Germany
REL Josiah Ng  Malaysia

Final classification[edit]

Pos. Athlete NOC
1. Ryan Bayley  Australia
2. José Antonio Escuredo  Spain
3. Shane Kelly  Australia
4. Mickaël Bourgain  France
5. René Wolff  Germany
6. Josiah Ng  Malaysia
7. Lukasz Kwiatkowski  Poland
8. Jens Fiedler  Germany
9. Labros Vasilopoulos  Greece
10. Ivan Vrba  Czech Republic
11. Theo Bos  Netherlands
12. Jamie Staff  United Kingdom

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