Cycling at the 2016 Summer Olympics – Men's cross-country

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Men's cross-country cycling
at the Games of the XXXI Olympiad
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Marco Aurelio Fontana of Italy leading out the men's cross-country
VenueMountain Bike Centre
Date21 August
Competitors49 from 32 nations
Winning time1h 33' 28"
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Nino Schurter  Switzerland
2nd, silver medalist(s) Jaroslav Kulhavý  Czech Republic
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Carlos Coloma Nicolás  Spain
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The men's cross-country cycling event at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro took place at the Mountain Bike Centre on 21 August.[1]

The medals were presented by Denis Oswald, IOC member, Switzerland and Brian Cookson, President of the UCI Management Committee.

Format[edit]

The competition began at 12:30 pm with a mass-start. The length of the course was 34.52 km (0.57 km + 7 laps of 4.85 km each).

Schedule[edit]

All times are Brasília time

Date Time Round
Sunday, 21 August 2016 12:30 Final

Start list and result[edit]

No.[2] Rider Country UCI rank[2] Pos. Time[3]
3 Nino Schurter  Switzerland 2 1st, gold medalist(s) 1h 33' 28"
1 Jaroslav Kulhavý  Czech Republic 8 2nd, silver medalist(s) 1h 34' 18"
8 Carlos Coloma Nicolás  Spain 12 3rd, bronze medalist(s) 1h 34' 51"
4 Maxime Marotte  France 3 4 1h 35' 01"
31 Jhonnatan Botero Villegas  Colombia 51 5 1h 35' 44"
13 Mathias Flückiger  Switzerland 19 6 1h 35' 52"
14 Luca Braidot  Italy 21 7 1h 36' 25"
2 Julien Absalon  France 1 8 1h 36' 43"
6 David Valero  Spain 9 9 1h 37' 00"
5 Victor Koretzky  France 5 10 1h 37' 27"
35 Ruben Scheire  Belgium 60 11 1h 37' 36"
18 Anton Sintsov  Russia 26 12 1h 37' 38"
17 Manuel Fumic  Germany 25 13 1h 37' 39"
15 Ondřej Cink  Czech Republic 22 14 1h 38' 18"
16 José Antonio Hermida  Spain 24 15 1h 38' 21"
11 Daniel McConnell  Australia 17 16 1h 38' 42"
32 Grant Ferguson  Great Britain 52 17 1h 39' 10"
40 Jens Schuermans  Belgium 84 18 1h 39' 30"
37 Andrea Tiberi  Italy 70 19 1h 39' 33"
7 Marco Aurelio Fontana  Italy 10 20 1h 40' 25"
22 Kohei Yamamoto  Japan 32 21 1h 40' 34"
25 Jan Škarnitzl  Czech Republic 36 22 1h 41' 11"
10 Henrique Avancini  Brazil 16 23 1h 41' 18"
34 András Parti  Hungary 58 24 1h 41' 20"
9 Catriel Soto  Argentina 15 25 1h 42' 01"
42 Alan Hatherly  South Africa 95 26 1h 42' 03"
36 Léandre Bouchard  Canada 65 27 1h 42' 43"
38 Moritz Milatz  Germany 72 28 1h 43' 14"
28 Shlomi Haimy  Israel 48 29 1h 43' 30"
39 Rubens Donizete  Brazil 79 30 1h 44' 01"
27 Dimitrios Antoniadis  Greece 41 31 1h 44' 17"
46 Chun Hing Chan  Hong Kong 267 32 1h 44' 41"
41 Andrey Fonseca  Costa Rica 87 33 1h 44' 54"
12 Simon Andreassen  Denmark 18 34 1h 47' 44"
50 Peter Sagan  Slovakia 900 35 LAP
43 Scott Bowden  Australia 101 36 LAP
19 Sam Gaze  New Zealand 27 37 LAP
33 Howard Grotts  United States 55 38 LAP
24 Tiago Ferreira  Portugal 35 39 LAP
30 Raphaël Gagné  Canada 50 40 LAP
45 Nathan Byukusenge  Rwanda 129 41 LAP
26 James Reid  South Africa 40 42 LAP
48 Wang Zhen  China 322 43 LAP
20 David Rosa  Portugal 29 44 LAP
29 Lars Förster  Switzerland 49 DNF
21 Alexander Gehbauer  Austria 30 DNF
49 Peter Lombard II  Guam 542 DNF
23 Rudi van Houts  Netherlands 34 DNF
44 Phetetso Monese  Lesotho 112 DNF

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Olympic Cycling Mountain Bike - Rio 2016 Summer Olympics". Rio2016.com. 2016-05-21. Archived from the original on 2016-08-24. Retrieved 2016-08-21.
  2. ^ a b "Rio Olympics men's cross-country start list". Rio2016. Archived from the original on 21 August 2016. Retrieved 20 August 2016.
  3. ^ "Men's Cross-country - Standings". Rio2016. Archived from the original on 21 August 2016. Retrieved 21 August 2016.