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Cycling at the 1996 Summer Olympics – Men's 1000m time trial


Cycling at the 1996 Summer Olympics – Men's 1000m time trial

Cycling at the
1996 Summer Olympics
Road cycling
Road race   men   women
Time trial   men   women
Track cycling
1000 m time trial men
Individual pursuit men women
Points race men women
Sprint men women
Team pursuit men
Mountain bike
Cross-country men women

The men's 1 kilometre time trial in Cycling at the 1996 Summer Olympics was a time trial race in which each of the twenty cyclists attempted to set the fastest time for four laps (1 kilometre) of the track. The race was held on Wednesday, July 24, 1996 at the Stone Mountain Velodrome


Gold: Silver: Bronze:
Florian Rousseau, France Erin Hartwell, United States Takanobu Jumonji, Japan


  • DNS denotes did not start.
  • DNF denotes did not finish.
  • DQ denotes disqualification.
  • NR denotes national record.
  • OR denotes Olympic record.
  • WR denotes world record.
  • PB denotes personal best.
  • SB denotes season best.
Rank Name NOC Time Record
1 Florian Rousseau France 1:02.712 OR
2 Erin Hartwell United States 1:02.940
3 Takanobu Jumonji Japan 1:03.261
4 Soeren Lausberg Germany 1:03.514
5 Jean-Pierre van Zyl South Africa 1:04.214
6 Grzegorz Krejner Poland 1:04.697
7 Dimitrios Georgalis Greece 1:04.995
8 Ainars Kiksis Latvia 1:05.457
9 Christian Meidlinger Austria 1:05.530
10 Gene Samuel Trinidad and Tobago 1:05.553
11 Bodhan Bondaryev Ukraine 1:05.658
12 Theodorus van Hameren Netherlands 1:05.886
13 Jose Escuredo Spain 1:05.994
14 Darren McKenzie Potter New Zealand 1:06.311
15 Gianluca Capitano Italy 1:06.408
16 Shaun Wallace Great Britain 1:06.456
17 Angel Colla Argentina 1:06.619
18 Alexsandr Kirichenko Russia 1:07.013
19 Suk Hong South Korea 1:07.099
20 Shane Kelly Australia DNF


  • Official Olympic Report
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