Cycling at the 2008 Summer Paralympics – Men's time trial

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The Men's 1 km time trial track cycling events at the 2008 Summer Paralympics took place on September 7–9 at the Laoshan Velodrome.

Classification[edit]

Cyclists are given a classification depending on the type and extent of their disability. The classification system allows cyclists to compete against others with a similar level of function.

Cycling classes are:

B&VI 1–3[edit]

The men's 1 km time trial (B&VI 1–3) took place on September 8.[1]

WR = World Record

Rank Name Country Time
1st, gold medalist(s) Anthony Kappes
Pilot: Barney Storey
 Great Britain 1:02.864 WR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Ben Demery
Pilot: Shaun Hopkins
 Australia 1:03.718
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Kieran Modra
Pilot: Tyson Lawrence
 Australia 1:04.053
4 Gavin Kilpatrick
Pilot: Michael Thomson
 South Africa 1:04.130
5 Tatsuyuki Oshiro
Pilot: Hitosh Takahashi
 Japan 1:04.593
6 Bryce Lindores
Pilot: Steven George
 Australia 1:04.792
7 Daniel Chalifour
Pilot: Alexandre Cloutier
 Canada 1:06.371
8 Brian Cowie
Pilot: Marina Girona
 Canada 1:07.721
9 Francisco Gonzalez
Pilot: Juan Francisco Suarez
 Spain 1:08.260
10 Michael Delaney
Pilot: David Patrick Peelo
 Ireland 1:08.593
11 Carlos Arciniegas
Pilot: Juan Carreno
 Colombia 1:08.867
12 Alfred Stelleman
Pilot: Jaco Tettelaar
 Netherlands 1:09.077
13 Stephane Cote
Pilot: Pierre-Olivier Boily
 Canada 1:10.292
14 Olivier Donval
Pilot: John Saccamandi
 France 1:10.667
15 Lujan Nattkemper
Pilot: Juan Ferrari (cyclist)
 Argentina 1:14.483
16 Arnold Csaba Butu
Pilot: Lehel Ruzsa
 Romania 1:22.296

CP 3[edit]

The men's 1 km time trial (CP 3) took place on September 9 September.[2]

WR = World Record

Rank Name Country Time
1st, gold medalist(s) Darren Kenny  Great Britain 1.08.67 WR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Rik Waddon  Great Britain 1.11.16
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Tomas Kvasnicka  Czech Republic 1.17.67
4 Javier Ochoa  Spain 1.18.52
5 Rodrigo Lopez  Argentina 1.20.57
6 Jean Quevillon  Canada 1.21.35
7 Brayden Mcdougall  Canada 1.22.78
8 Maurice Far Eckhard  Spain 1.27.45

CP 4[edit]

The men's 1 km time trial (CP 4) took place on 9 September.[2]

WR = World Record

Rank Name Country Time
1st, gold medalist(s) Masashi Ishii  Japan 1.08.77 WR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Jiri Bouska  Czech Republic 1.11.19
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Christopher Scott  Australia 1.12.23
4 Cesar Neira  Spain 1.15.39
5 Janos Plekker  South Africa 1.15.55
6 Lubos Jirka  Czech Republic 1.16.01
7 Enda Smyth  Ireland 1.16.07
8 Michael Farrell  United States 1.17.59

LC 1[edit]

The men's 1 km time trial (LC 1) took place on 9 September.[2]

WR = World Record

Rank Name Country Time
1st, gold medalist(s) Mark Bristow  Great Britain 1.08.87 WR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Kuidong Zhang  China 1.10.47
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Wolfgang Sacher  Germany 1.10.81
4 Michael Gallagher  Australia 1.11.01
5 Wolfgang Eibeck  Austria 1.11.24
6 Mario Hammer  Germany 1.11.34
7 Cathal Gustavus Miller  Ireland 1.11.82
8 Manfred Gattringer  Austria 1.12.17
9 Soelito Gohr  Brazil 1.13.56
10 Ivan Renggli  Switzerland 1.13.73
11 Kennedy Jacome  Colombia 1.14.69
12 Ioannis Kalaitzakis  Greece 1.16.45
13 Damien Severi  France 1.17.22
14 Mark Breton  Canada 1.17.59

LC 2[edit]

The men's 1 km time trial (LC 2) took place on 9 September.[2]

WR = World Record

Rank Name Country Time
1st, gold medalist(s) Jody Cundy  Great Britain 1.05.47 WR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Jiri Jezek  Czech Republic 1.11.18
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Yuanchao Zheng  China 1.11.20
4 Carol Eduard Novak  Romania 1.12.74
5 Amador Granado  Spain 1.12.76
6 Eric Bourgault  Canada 1.14.39
7 Jan Boyen  Belgium 1.14.88
8 Roberto Alcaide  Spain 1.16.06
9 Luis Chacon  Colombia 1.16.92
10 Morten Jahr  Norway 1.17.05
11 David Kuster  Slovenia 1.19.76

LC 3–4[edit]

The men's 1 km time trial (LC 3–4) took place on 7 September.[3]

Rank Name Country Time
1st, gold medalist(s) Simon Richardson  Great Britain 1:14.9
2nd, silver medalist(s) Maskai Fujita  Japan +0.02.4
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Greg Ball  Australia +0.02.8
4 Paolo Vigano  Italy
5 Tobias Graf  Germany +0.03.6
6 Zhang Lu  China +0.03.7
7 Michael Teuber  Germany +0.04.0
8 Laurent Thirionet  France +0.05.7
9 Michael Milton  Australia +0.06.7
10 Antonio Garcia  Spain +0.07.1
11 Stephane Bahier  France +0.07.6
12 Erich Winkle  Germany +0.08.1
13 Pierre Seka  Germany +0.08.5
14 Alexander Hohlrieder  Austria +0.09.0
15 Juan Jose Mendez  Spain +0.09.7
16 Victor Garrido  Venezuela +0.12.2
17 Wolfgang Dabernig  Austria +0.13.0
18 Erich Stauffer  Austria
19 Flaviano Carvalho  Brazil +0.14.1
20 Anthony Zahn  United States +0.14.4

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