Cycling at the 2014 Commonwealth Games

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Cycling at the 2014 Commonwealth Games
2014 Commonwealth Games Cycling Event Logo.jpg
Host cityGlasgow, Scotland
Date(s)24 July – 3 August 2014
Events23
Records set


Cycling is one of seven optional sports that were included in the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. Cycling has appeared consistently since their first appearance at the 1934 British Empire Games in London with track and road events at every Games since and mountain biking being included from 2002.[1]

The track cycling events were hosted at the newly built Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome in Glasgow's East End, whilst the mountain bike competitions utilised the purpose built Cathkin Braes Mountain Bike Trails. The road race and time trial events took place on public road circuits in Glasgow City Centre and North Lanarkshire respectively, with both starting and finishing at Glasgow Green.

Medal summary[edit]

Medal table[edit]

  *   Host nation (Scotland)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Australia (AUS)79824
2 England (ENG)65314
3 New Zealand (NZL)64515
4 Scotland (SCO)*2215
5 Wales (WAL)1135
6 Canada (CAN)1113
7 Isle of Man (IOM)0101
8 Malaysia (MAS)0011
 South Africa (RSA)0011
Totals (9 nations)23232369

Road[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's road race
details
Geraint Thomas
 Wales
Jack Bauer
 New Zealand
Scott Thwaites
 England
Men's time trial
details
Alex Dowsett
 England
Rohan Dennis
 Australia
Geraint Thomas
 Wales
Women's road race
details
Lizzie Armitstead
 England
Emma Pooley
 England
Ashleigh Moolman Pasio
 South Africa
Women's time trial
details
Linda Villumsen
 New Zealand
Emma Pooley
 England
Katrin Garfoot
 Australia

Mountain bike[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's cross country
details
Anton Cooper
 New Zealand
Sam Gaze
 New Zealand
Daniel McConnell
 Australia
Women's cross country
details
Catharine Pendrel
 Canada
Emily Batty
 Canada
Rebecca Henderson
 Australia

Track[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's keirin
details
Matthew Glaetzer
 Australia
Sam Webster
 New Zealand
Mohd Azizulhasni Awang
 Malaysia
Men's points race
details
Thomas Scully
 New Zealand
Peter Kennaugh
 Isle of Man
Aaron Gate
 New Zealand
Men's individual pursuit
details
Jack Bobridge
 Australia
Alex Edmondson
 Australia
Marc Ryan
 New Zealand
Men's team pursuit
details
 Australia
Jack Bobridge
Luke Davison
Alex Edmondson
Glenn O'Shea
 England
Steven Burke
Ed Clancy
Andy Tennant
Bradley Wiggins
 New Zealand
Shane Archbold
Pieter Bulling
Marc Ryan
Dylan Kennett
Men's scratch race
details
Shane Archbold
 New Zealand
Glenn O'Shea
 Australia
Rémi Pelletier-Roy
 Canada
Men's sprint
details
Sam Webster
 New Zealand
Jason Kenny
 England
Eddie Dawkins
 New Zealand
Men's team sprint
details
 New Zealand
Edward Dawkins
Ethan Mitchell
Sam Webster
 England
Philip Hindes
Jason Kenny
Kian Emadi
 Australia
Matthew Glaetzer
Nathan Hart
Shane Perkins
Men's 1 km time trial
details
Scott Sunderland
 Australia
Simon van Velthooven
 New Zealand
Matt Archibald
 New Zealand
Women's points race
details
Laura Trott
 England
Elinor Barker
 Wales
Katie Archibald
 Scotland
Women's individual pursuit
details
Joanna Rowsell
 England
Annette Edmondson
 Australia
Amy Cure
 Australia
Women's scratch race
details
Annette Edmondson
 Australia
Amy Cure
 Australia
Elinor Barker
 Wales
Women's sprint
details
Stephanie Morton
 Australia
Anna Meares
 Australia
Jessica Varnish
 England
Women's 500m time trial
details
Anna Meares
 Australia
Stephanie Morton
 Australia
Jessica Varnish
 England

Para-track[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's tandem sprint B
details
 Scotland
Neil Fachie
Craig Maclean (pilot)
 Australia
Kieran Modra
Jason Niblett (pilot)
 Australia
Paul Kennedy
Thomas Clarke (pilot)
Men's tandem 1 km time trial B
details
 Scotland
Neil Fachie
Craig Maclean (pilot)
 Australia
Kieran Modra
Jason Niblett (pilot)
 Wales
Matt Ellis
Ieuan Williams (pilot)
Women's tandem sprint B
details
 England
Sophie Thornhill
Helen Scott (pilot)
 Scotland
Aileen McGlynn
Louise Haston (pilot)
 Australia
Brandie O'Connor
Breanna Hargreave (pilot)
Women's tandem 1 km time trial B
details
 England
Sophie Thornhill
Helen Scott (pilot)
 Scotland
Aileen McGlynn
Louise Haston (pilot)
 Australia
Brandie O'Connor
Breanna Hargreave (pilot)

Schedule[edit]

All times are British Summer Time (UTC+1). All event times are subject to change.

Date Time Event
Thursday 24 July 11:00–13:45 Men's Sprint: Preliminary
Men's 4000m Team Pursuit: Preliminary
Para-Sport Event: Women's Sprint B (Tandem): Preliminary & Semi-Finals
16:00–18:45 Men's Team Sprint: Preliminary & Final
Men's 4000m Team Pursuit
Para-Sport Event: Women's Sprint B (Tandem)
Friday 25 July 11:00–13:30 Men's 4000m Individual Pursuit: Preliminary & Final
Men's Sprint: Quarter-Finals
Women's 3000m Individual Pursuit: Preliminary
16:00–18:30 Men's Sprint: Semi-Finals & Final
Para-Sport Event: Men's 1000m Time Trial B (Tandem)
Men's 4000m Individual Pursuit
Women's 3000m Individual Pursuit
Saturday 26 July 11:00–13:30 Para-Sport Event: Men's Sprint B (Tandem): Preliminary & Semi-Finals
Men's 40 km Points Race: Preliminary
Women's Sprint: Preliminary & Quarter-Finals
16:00–19:30 Para-Sport Event: Men's Sprint B (Tandem)
Men's 1000m Time Trial
Men's 40 km Points Race
Women's Sprint: Semi-Finals & Classification Races (7th & 5th Place)
Women's 10 km Scratch Race
Sunday 27 July 15:00–19:30 Men's Keirin: Preliminary, Semi-Finals, Final
Men's 20 km Scratch Race: Preliminary & Final
Para-Sport Event: Women's 1000m Time Trial B (Tandem)
Women's Sprint: Bronze and Gold Medal Races
Women's 25 km Points Race
Tuesday 29 July 11:30–16:00 Men's Cross-Country Mountain Bike
Women's Cross-Country Mountain Bike
Thursday 31 July 10:00–15:30 Men's Individual Time Trial
Women's Individual Time Trial
Sunday 3 August 08:30–17:00 Men's Road Race
Women's Road Race

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Cycling". glasgow2014.com. Glasgow 2014. Retrieved 11 July 2014.

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