Cycling at the 1952 Summer Olympics – Men's team pursuit

These are the official results of the Men's 4.000m Team Pursuit at the 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki, Finland, held on July 28 and July 29, 1952. There were 89 participant from 22 nations. In the first round each team raced alone, with the first eight teams qualifying for the quarterfinals.[1]

Men's team pursuit
at the Games of the XV Olympiad
DatesJuly 28–29
Competitors89 from 22 nations
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Guido Messina, Loris Campana, Marino Morettini, Mino De Rossi
2nd, silver medalist(s) Alfred Swift, George Estman, Robert Fowler, Thomas Shardelow
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Alan Newton, Donald Burgess, George Newberry, Ronald Stretton
← 1948
1956 →

Final classificationEdit

RANK NAME CYCLISTS TEAM
  Guido Messina
Loris Campana
Marino Morettini
Mino De Rossi
  Italy (ITA)
  Alfred Swift
George Estman
Robert Fowler
Thomas Shardelow
  South Africa (RSA)
  Alan Newton
Donald Burgess
George Newberry
Ronald Stretton
  Great Britain (GBR)
4. Claude Brugerolles
Henri Andrieux
Jean-Marie Joubert
Pierre Michel
  France (FRA)
5. Gabriel Glorieux
José Pauwels
Paul De Paepe
Robert Raymond
  Belgium (BEL)
6. Bent Jørgensen
Jean Hansen
Knud Andersen
Preben Lundgren Kristensen
Henning R. Larsen
  Denmark (DEN)
7. Adrie Voorting
Daan de Groot
Jan Plantaz
Jules Maenen
  Netherlands (NED)
8. Hans Pfenninger
Heinrich Müller
Max Wirth
Oskar von Büren
  Switzerland (SUI)
9. Oscar Giacché
Oscar Pezoa
Pedro Salas
Rodolfo Caccavo
  Argentina (ARG)
10. Imre Furmen
István Lang
István Pásztor
István Schillerwein
  Hungary
11. Arne Johansson
Bengt Fröbom
Owe Nordqvist
Stig Andersson
  Sweden (SWE)
12. Atilio François
Juan de Armas
Luis Ángel de los Santos
Luis Serra
  Uruguay (URU)
13. Arthur Mannsbarth
Franz Wimmer
Kurt Nemetz
Walter Bortel
  Austria (AUT)
14. Nikolai Matvejev
Valentin Mikhaylov
Vasily Fedin
Viktor Meshkov
  Soviet Union (URS)
15. Aimo Jokinen
Nils Henriksson
Paul Nyman
Urho Sirén
  Finland (FIN)
16. Boyan Kotsev
Dimitar Bobchev
Ilya Velchev
Milcho Rusev
  Bulgaria (BUL)
17. Jim Nevin
Ken Caves
Peter Nelson
Peter Pryor
  Australia (AUS)
18. Donald Sheldon
James Lauf
Steven Hromjak
Thomas Montemage
  United States (USA)
19. Kihei Tomioka
Masazumi Tajima
Tadashi Kato
Tamotsu Chikanari
  Japan (JPN)
20. Andoni Ituarte
Danilo Heredia
Luis Toro
Ramón Echegaray
  Venezuela (VEN)
21. Armando Castillo
Carlos Sandoval
Fernando Marroquin
Juan Montoya
  Guatemala (GUA)
22. Netai Bysack
Raj Kumar Mehra
Suprovat Chakravarty
Tarit Kumar Sett
  India (IND)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Cycling: Men's Team Pursuit, 4,000 metres". sports-reference.com. Retrieved 2012-12-29.

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