||Kevin John Nichols
4 July 1955 |
Grafton, New South Wales, Australia
Kevin John Nichols, OAM (born 4 July 1955 in Grafton, New South Wales) is a former track cyclist and Olympic gold medallist.
His daughter, Kate Nichols, is a road racing cyclist.
At the 1984 Summer Olympics, in Los Angeles, Nichols was a member of the gold winning pursuit team. Nichols also competed at the 1976 Summer Olympics and 1980 Summer Olympics.
Nichols won the Goulburn to Sydney Classic in 1993.
- 1896 – 1904
- 1908: Great Britain (Jones, Kingsbury, Meredith, Payne)
- 1920: Italy (Carli, Ferrario, Giorgetti, Magnani)
- 1924: Italy (De Martino, Dinale, Menegazzi, Zucchetti)
- 1928: Italy (Facciani, Gaioni, Lusiani, Tasselli)
- 1932: Italy (Cimatti, Pedretti, Ghilardi, Borsari)
- 1936: France (Charpentier, Goujon, Lapébie, Le Nizerhy)
- 1948: France (Adam, Blusson, Coste, Decanali)
- 1952: Italy (Campana, De Rossi, Messina, Morettini)
- 1956: Italy (Domenicali, Faggin, Gandini, Gasparella)
- 1960: Italy (Arienti, Testa, Vallotto, Vigna)
- 1964: Germany (Claesges, Henrichs, Link, Streng)
- 1968: Denmark (Frey, Asmussen, Lyngemark, Olsen)
- 1972: West Germany (Schumacher, Colombo, Haritz, Hempel)
- 1976: West Germany (Vonhof, Braun, Lutz, Schumacher)
- 1980: Soviet Union (Manakov, Movchan, Osokin, Petrakov, Krasnov)
- 1984: Australia (Grenda, Nichols, Turtur, Woods)
- 1988: Soviet Union (Ekimov, Kasputis, Nelyubin, Umaras)
- 1992: Germany (Steinweg, Walzer, Fulst, Glöckner, Lehmann)
- 1996: France (Capelle, Ermenault, Monin, Moreau)
- 2000: Germany (Fulst, Bartko, Becke, Lehmann, Pollack)
- 2004: Australia (Brown, Lancaster, McGee, Roberts)
- 2008: Great Britain (Clancy, Manning, Thomas, Wiggins)
- 2012: Great Britain (Clancy, Thomas, Burke, Kennaugh)