Cycling at the 1928 Summer Olympics

The cycling competition at the 1928 Summer Olympics in Amsterdam consisted of two road cycling events and four track cycling events, all for men only.[1] The individual event in road cycling was a time trial over a distance of 168 km; the team competition was decided by aggregating the times of the three fastest riders from each nation. The 50 km track event held in 1920 and 1924 was replaced by a 1 km time trial.

at the Games of the IX Olympiad
VenuesAmsterdam and surrounding area
Amsterdam Olympic Stadium
Date4 –6 August 1928
Competitors149 from 27 nations
← 1924
1932 →

Medal summary edit

Road cycling edit

Games Gold Silver Bronze
Individual time trial
  Henry Hansen (DEN)   Frank Southall (GBR)   Gösta Carlsson (SWE)
Team time trial
  Denmark (DEN)
Henry Hansen
Orla Jørgensen
Leo Nielsen
  Great Britain (GBR)
Jack Lauterwasser
John Middleton
Frank Southall
  Sweden (SWE)
Gösta Carlsson
Erik Jansson
Georg Johnsson

Track cycling edit

Games Gold Silver Bronze
Pursuit, Team
  Italy (ITA)
Cesare Facciani
Giacomo Gaioni
Mario Lusiani
Luigi Tasselli
  Netherlands (NED)
Johannes Maas
Piet van der Horst
Janus Braspennincx
Jan Pijnenburg
  Great Britain (GBR)
George Southall
Harry Wyld
Leonard Wyld
Percy Wyld
  Roger Beaufrand (FRA)   Antoine Mazairac (NED)   Willy Hansen (DEN)
  Bernhard Leene
and Daan van Dijk (NED)
  Ernest Chambers
and John Sibbit (GBR)
  Hans Bernhardt
and Karl Köther (GER)
Track time trial
  Willy Hansen (DEN)   Gerard Bosch van Drakestein (NED)   Dunc Gray (AUS)

Participating nations edit

149 cyclists from 27 nations competed.[1] Ireland, Spain, and Turkey competed in cycling for the first time.

Medal table edit

1  Denmark (DEN)3014
2  Netherlands (NED)1304
3  France (FRA)1001
  Italy (ITA)1001
5  Great Britain (GBR)0314
6  Sweden (SWE)0022
7  Australia (AUS)0011
  Germany (GER)0011
Totals (8 entries)66618

See also edit

References edit

  1. ^ a b "Cycling at the 1928 Amsterdam Summer Games". Archived from the original on 17 April 2020. Retrieved 25 January 2014.

External links edit