Cycling at the 2004 Summer Olympics – Women's individual road race

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Women's cycling road race
at the Games of the XXVIII Olympiad
Venue Urban Road Cycling Course
126.4 km (78.5 mi)
Date 15 August 2004[1]
Competitors 67
Winning time 3:24:24
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Sara Carrigan  Australia
2nd, silver medalist(s) Judith Arndt  Germany
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Olga Slyusareva  Russia
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The Women's Road Race at the 2004 Summer Olympics (Cycling):

The peloton finally split on the penultimate lap, with a small group going clear that contained a number of the favourites, and two Australian cyclists, Sara Carrigan and Oenene Wood. When Carrigan broke from this group on the final lap, only Judith Arndt was able or willing to chase her down, and the pair stayed clear until the end, Carrigan out sprinting Arndt for the line. Russian sprinter Olga Slyusareva won the chase for bronze ahead of Wood and Nicole Cook of Britain, who had had to work hard to catch up with the chasing group after hitting a barrier on the final lap. The 2000 Olympic champion, Leontien Zijlaard-van Moorsel of the Netherlands clipped another rider and crashed out on the penultimate lap.

Date: August 15

Start: 15:00

Results[edit]

Final results[1]
Rank Name Country Time
1 Sara Carrigan  Australia 3:24:24
2 Judith Arndt  Germany 3:24:31
3 Olga Slyusareva  Russia 3:25:03
4 Oenone Wood  Australia 3:25:03
5 Nicole Cooke  Great Britain 3:25:03
6 Mirjam Melchers  Netherlands 3:25:06
7 Joane Somarriba  Spain 3:25:06
8 Kristin Armstrong  United States 3:25:06
9 Edita Pučinskaitė  Lithuania 3:25:10
10 Jeannie Longo-Ciprelli  France 3:25:23
11 Susan Palmer-Komar  Canada 3:25:37
12 Olivia Gollan  Australia 3:25:42
13 Noemi Cantele  Italy 3:25:42
14 Anita Valen  Norway 3:25:42
15 Christine Thorburn  United States 3:25:42
16 Deirdre Demet-Barry  United States 3:25:42
17 Joanne Kiesanowski  New Zealand 3:25:42
18 Priska Doppmann  Switzerland 3:25:42
19 Zinaida Stahurskaya  Belarus 3:25:42
20 Miho Oki  Japan 3:25:42
21 Sharon Vandromme  Belgium 3:25:42
22 Rachel Heal  Great Britain 3:25:42
23 Iryna Chuzhynova  Ukraine 3:25:42
24 Christiane Soeder  Austria 3:25:42
25 Trixi Worrack  Germany 3:25:42
26 Tatiana Guderzo  Italy 3:25:42
27 Malgorzata Wysocka  Poland 3:25:42
28 Barbara Heeb  Switzerland 3:25:42
29 Rasa Polikevičiūtė  Lithuania 3:25:42
30 Manon Jutras  Canada 3:25:42
31 Jolanta Polikevičiūtė  Lithuania 3:25:42
32 Edwige Pitel  France 3:28:39
33 Susanne Ljungskog  Sweden 3:28:39
34 Eneritz Iturriaga Mazaga  Spain 3:28:39
35 Evelyn García Marroquín  El Salvador 3:28:39
36 Nataliya Kachalka  Ukraine 3:28:39
37 Giorgia Bronzini  Italy 3:28:39
38 Nicole Brändli  Switzerland 3:28:39
39 Zulfiya Zabirova  Russia 3:28:39
40 Sonia Huguet  France 3:30:30
41 Miyoko Karami  Japan 3:30:30
42 Bogumiła Matusiak  Poland 3:31:55
43 Valentyna Karpenko  Ukraine 3:33:35
44 Qian Yunjuan  China 3:33:35
45 Volha Hayeva  Belarus 3:33:35
46 Belem Guerrero Méndez  Mexico 3:33:35
47 Zhang Junying  China 3:33:35
48 Lene Byberg  Norway 3:33:35
49 Madeleine Lindberg  Sweden 3:33:35
50 Maria Dolores Molina  Guatemala 3:40:43
51 Han Songhee  South Korea 3:40:43
52 Martina Růžičková  Czech Republic 3:40:43
53 Linn Torp  Norway 3:40:43
54 Janildes Fernandes  Brazil 3:40:43
55 Anriette Schoeman  South Africa 3:40:43
56 Michelle Hyland  New Zealand 3:40:43
Angela Brodtka  Germany DNF
Svetlana Bubnenkova  Russia DNF
Dori Ruano  Spain DNF
Anouska van der Zee  Netherlands DNF
Lyne Bessette  Canada DNF
Leontien van Moorsel  Netherlands DNF
Camilla Larsson  Sweden DNF
Sara Symington  Great Britain DNF
Melissa Holt  New Zealand DNF
Lada Kozlíková  Czech Republic DNF
Maaris Meier  Estonia DNF

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Cycling at the 2004 Athina Summer Games: Women's Road Race, Individual". Sports Reference. Retrieved 28 July 2012.