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Cycling at the 1996 Summer Olympics – Men's road race

Men's road race
at the Games of the XXVI Olympiad
VenueAtlanta
DateJuly 31
Competitors184 from TBD nations
Winning time4:53:56
Medalists
2000»

These are the official results of the Men's Individual Road Race at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia, held on July 31, 1996. There were 184 participants in the race over 221.85 km, with 116 cyclists actually finishing.

Final classification

RANK NAME CYCLIST TIME
 Pascal Richard (SUI) 04:53:56
 Rolf Sørensen (DEN)
 Max Sciandri (GBR) + 00.02
4.  Frankie Andreu (USA) + 01.14
5.  Richard Virenque (FRA)
6.  Melchior Mauri (ESP) + 01.15
7.  Fabio Baldato (ITA) + 01.28
8.  Michele Bartoli (ITA)
9.  Zbigniew Spruch (POL)
10.  Johan Museeuw (BEL)
11.  Jesper Skibby (DEN)
12.  Lance Armstrong (USA)
13.  Dmitry Konyshev (RUS) + 02.29
14.  Serhiy Ushakov (UKR)
15.  Wilfried Peeters (BEL) + 02.32
16.  Olaf Ludwig (GER) + 02.36
17.  Laurent Brochard (FRA) + 02.37
18.  Arvis Piziks (LAT)
19.  Neil Stephens (AUS) + 02.38
20.  Erik Zabel (GER) + 02.47
21.  Laurent Jalabert (FRA)
22.  Kaspars Ozers (LAT)
23.  Robbie McEwen (AUS) + 02.48
24.  Jaan Kirsipuu (EST)
25.  Frank Vandenbroucke (BEL)
26.  Miguel Induráin (ESP)
27.  Vasily Davidenko (RUS)
28.  Rolf Aldag (GER)
29.  Andrey Kivilev (KAZ)
30.  Ján Svorada (CZE)
31.  Juris Silovs (LAT)
32.  Francesco Casagrande (ITA)
33.  Andrei Tchmil (UKR)
34.  Michel Lafis (SWE)
35.  Glenn Magnusson (SWE) + 02.49
36.  Lauri Aus (EST)
37.  Maurizio Fondriest (ITA)
38.  Erik Dekker (NED)
39.  Orlando Rodrigues (POR)
40.  Brian Holm Sørensen (DEN)
41.  Steve Bauer (CAN)
42.  Lars Michaelsen (DEN)
43.  Oleh Pankov (UKR)
44.  Werner Riebenbauer (AUT)
45.  Erik Breukink (NED)
46.  Harald Morscher (AUT)
47.  Ruber Marín (COL)
48.  Pedro Lópes (POR)
49.  Andres Lauk (EST) + 02.50
50.  Slawomir Chrzanowski (POL)
51.  Pavel Tonkov (RUS)
52.  Beat Zberg (SUI)
53.  Alexandre Vinokourov (KAZ)
54.  Peter Wrolich (AUT)
55.  Markus Andersson (SWE)
56.  Aart Vierhouten (NED)
57.  Joona Laukka (FIN)
58.  Pyotr Ugryumov (RUS)
59.  Milan Dvorščík (SVK)
60.  Johan Bruyneel (BEL) + 02.51
61.  Douglas Ryder (RSA)
62.  Georg Totschnig (AUT)
63.  Kari Myyryläinen (FIN)
64.  Michael Barry (CAN)
65.  Damian McDonald (AUS)
66.  Richard Reid (NZL)
67.  Abraham Olano (ESP) + 02.52
68.  Ján Valach (SVK)
69.  Pavel Kavetsky (BLR)
70.  Robert Pintaric (SLO)
71.  Eduardo Graciano (MEX) + 02.53
72.  David McCann (IRL)
73.  Vyaceslav Oriol (MDA)
74.  Gregory Randolph (USA)
75.  Gord Fraser (CAN)
76.  George Hincapie (USA)
77.  Manuel Fernández (ESP)
78.  Nuno Marta (POR)
79.  Malcolm Elliott (GBR)
80.  Eric Wohlberg (CAN) + 02.54
81.  Peter Luttenberger (AUT)
82.  Mario Cipollini (ITA)
83.  Didier Rous (FRA)
84.  Javier Zapata (COL)
85.  Aleksandr Shefer (KAZ)
86.  Óscar Giraldo (COL)
87.  Bjarne Riis (DEN) + 02.55
88.  Jacques Landry (CAN)
89.  Andrey Teteryuk (KAZ)
90.  Eduardo Uribe (MEX)
91.  Mauro Ribeiro (BRA)
92.  Dainis Ozols (LAT)
93.  Steve Hegg (USA)
94.  Tomasz Brolyna (POL) + 02.56
95.  Remigijus Lupeikis (LTU)
96.  Raido Kodanipork (EST)
97.  Blayne Wikner (RSA)
98.  Stephen Hodge (AUS) + 02.57
99.  John Tanner (GBR)
100.  Djamolidine Abdoujaparov (UZB)
101.  Marino Alonso (ESP)
102.  Patrick Jonker (AUS)
103.  Yevgeny Berzin (RUS)
104.  Alex Zülle (SUI) + 02.58
105.  Rolf Järmann (SUI)
106.  Romāns Vainšteins (LAT)
107.  Frédéric Moncassin (FRA) + 02.59
108.  Tristan Hoffman (NED)
109.  Tom Steels (BEL) + 03.00
110.  Thomas Frischknecht (SUI) + 04.08
111.  Danny Nelissen (NED) + 04.12
112.  Candido Barbosa (POR) + 07.33
113.  Yevgeny Golovanov (BLR) + 11.42
114.  Pavol Zaduban (SVK)
115.  Hussein Monsalve (VEN)
116.  Irving Aguilar (MEX) + 11.43

Did not finish

 Albania (ALB)
  • Besnik Musai
 Argentina (ARG)
  • Gustavo Artacho
  • Rubén Pegorín
 Armenia (ARM)
  • Arsen Ghazaryan
 Aruba (ARU)
  • Lucien Dirksz
 Bermuda (BER)
  • Elliot Hubbard
 Belarus (BLR)
  • Aleksandr Sharapov
  • Oleg Bondarik
  • Vyacheslav German
 Brazil (BRA)
 Cayman Islands (CAY)
  • Stefan Baraud
 Chile (CHI)
  • Víctor Garrido
 Colombia (COL)
 Ecuador (ECU)
 Estonia (EST)
  • Lauri Resik
 Great Britain (GBR)
  • Brian Smith

 Germany (GER)
 Guatemala (GUA)
 Hong Kong (HKG)
 Hungary (HUN)
 Japan (JPN)
  • Kazuyuki Manabe
  • Osamu Sumida
 South Korea (KOR)
  • Park Min-Soo
 Libya (LBA)
  • Yousef Shadi
 Lithuania (LTU)
 Moldova (MDA)
 Mexico (MEX)
  • Adan Juárez
  • Domingo González
 Mongolia (MGL)
  • Dashnyam Tumur-Ochir
 Norway (NOR)
  • Svein-Gaute Hølestøl

 New Zealand (NZL)
 Oman (OMA)
  • Youssef Khanfar Al-Shakali
 Poland (POL)
 Portugal (POR)
 Slovakia (SVK)
  • Róbert Nagy
  • Miroslav Lipták
 Sweden (SWE)
 Chinese Taipei (TPE)
  • Chen Chih-Hao
 United Arab Emirates (UAE)
  • Ali Sayed Darwish
 Ukraine (UKR)
  • Mykhaylo Khalilov
  • Volodymyr Pulnikov
 Uruguay (URU)
  • Gregorio Bare
  • Ricardo Guedes
 Venezuela (VEN)
 Zimbabwe (ZIM)

See also

References

  • Official Report

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