Cycling at the 1964 Summer Olympics

The cycling competition at the 1964 Summer Olympics consisted of two road cycling events and five track cycling events, all for men only. The 4000m individual pursuit event was introduced at these Games.[1]

Cycling
at the Games of the XVIII Olympiad
1964 Olympics cycling stamp of Japan.jpg
Cycling at the 1964 Olympics on a stamp of Japan
VenuesHachiōji City
Hachioji Velodrome
Date14 October – 20 October
Competitors303 from 40 nations
← 1960
1968 →

Medal summaryEdit

Road cyclingEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual road race
details
Mario Zanin
  Italy
Kjeld Rodian
  Denmark
Walter Godefroot
  Belgium
Team time trial
details
  Netherlands (NED)
Bart Zoet
Evert Dolman
Gerben Karstens
Jan Pieterse
  Italy (ITA)
Ferruccio Manza
Severino Andreoli
Luciano Dalla Bona
Pietro Guerra
  Sweden (SWE)
Sture Pettersson
Sven Hamrin
Erik Pettersson
Gösta Pettersson

Track cyclingEdit

Games Gold Silver Bronze
Individual pursuit
details
Jiří Daler
  Czechoslovakia
Giorgio Ursi
  Italy
Preben Isaksson
  Denmark
Team pursuit
details
  United Team of Germany (EUA)
Ernst Streng
Lothar Claesges
Karlheinz Henrichs
Karl Link
  Italy (ITA)
Franco Testa
Cencio Mantovani
Carlo Rancati
Luigi Roncaglia
  Netherlands (NED)
Cor Schuuring
Henk Cornelisse
Gerard Koel
Jaap Oudkerk
Sprint
details
Giovanni Pettenella
  Italy
Sergio Bianchetto
  Italy
Daniel Morelon
  France
Tandem
details
Angelo Damiano
and Sergio Bianchetto
  Italy
Imants Bodnieks
and Viktor Logunov
  Soviet Union
Willi Fuggerer
and Klaus Kobusch
  United Team of Germany
Time trial
details
Patrick Sercu
  Belgium
Giovanni Pettenella
  Italy
Pierre Trentin
  France

Participating nationsEdit

303 cyclists from 40 nations competed.[1]

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Italy3508
2  Belgium1012
  Netherlands1012
  United Team of Germany1012
5  Czechoslovakia1001
6  Denmark0112
7  Soviet Union0101
8  France0022
9  Sweden0011
Totals (9 nations)77721

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Cycling at the 1964 Tokyo Summer Games". sports-reference.com. Archived from the original on 17 April 2020. Retrieved 10 August 2014.

External linksEdit