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Cycling at the 1996 Summer Olympics – Women's cross-country

 

Cycling at the 1996 Summer Olympics – Women's cross-country

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

These are the official results of the Conyers, Georgia, located 30 miles (50 km) east of Atlanta.

Final classification

RANK CYCLIST NOC TIME
Paola Pezzo Italy 1:50.51
Alison Sydor Canada 1:51.58
Susan DeMattei

border|alt=|link=]] United States 1:52.36
4. Gunn-Rita Dahle Norway 1:53.50
5. Elsbeth Vink Netherlands 1:54.38
6. Annabella Stropparo Italy 1:55.56
7. Regina Marunde Germany 1:57.21
8. Kathy Lynch New Zealand 1:57.40
9. Eva Orvošová Slovakia 1:57.56
10. Juliana Furtado

border|alt=|link=]] United States 1:58.32
11. Laurence Leboucher France 1:59.00
12. Daniela Gassmann Switzerland 1:59.11
13. Lesley Tomlinson Canada 2:01.04
14. Alla Yepifanova Russia 2:01.35
15. Mary Grigson Australia 2:02.38
16. Silvia Fürst Switzerland 2:03.04
17. Erica Green South Africa 2:03.06
18. Kateřina Neumannová Czech Republic 2:04.03
19. Kateřina Hanušová Czech Republic 2:04.05
20. Laura Blanco Spain 2:04.20
21. Lenka Ilavská Slovakia 2:04.43
22. Deb Murrell Great Britain 2:04.44
23. Kanako Tanikawa Japan 2:05.44
24. Sandra Temporelli France 2:06.57
25. Gao Hongying China 2:09.08
26. Silvia Rovira Spain 2:09.17
27. Nadezhda Pashkova Russia 2:16.36

See also

References

  • Official Report
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