Cycling at the 1984 Summer Olympics

The cycling competition at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles consisted of three road cycling events and five track cycling events. For the first time, women's cycling events were included in the Olympic program. Also newly introduced in these Games was the men's points race event.[1]

at the Games of the XXIII Olympiad
Olympic rings without rims.svg
VenuesArtesia Freeway, Streets of Mission Viejo
Olympic Velodrome
DateJuly 29 - August 3, 1984
Competitors359 from 54 nations
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Road cyclingEdit

Men’s eventsEdit

Games Gold Silver Bronze
Road race
Alexi Grewal
  United States
Steve Bauer
Dag Otto Lauritzen
Team time trial
  Italy (ITA)
Marcello Bartalini
Marco Giovannetti
Eros Poli
Claudio Vandelli
  Switzerland (SUI)
Alfred Achermann
Richard Trinkler
Laurent Vial
Benno Wiss
  United States (USA)
Ron Kiefel
Clarence Knickman
Davis Phinney
Andrew Weaver

Women’s eventsEdit

Games Gold Silver Bronze
Road race
Connie Carpenter
  United States
Rebecca Twigg
  United States
Sandra Schumacher
  West Germany

Track cyclingEdit

Games Gold Silver Bronze
Points race
Roger Ilegems
Uwe Messerschmidt
  West Germany
José Youshimatz
Pursuit, individual
Steve Hegg
  United States
Rolf Gölz
  West Germany
Leonard Nitz
  United States
Pursuit, team
  Australia (AUS)
Michael Grenda
Kevin Nichols
Michael Turtur
Dean Woods
  United States (USA)
David Grylls
Steve Hegg
Patrick McDonough
Leonard Nitz
Brent Emery
  West Germany (FRG)
Reinhard Alber
Rolf Gölz
Roland Günther
Michael Marx
Mark Gorski
  United States
Nelson Vails
  United States
Tsutomu Sakamoto
1 km time trial
Fredy Schmidtke
  West Germany
Curt Harnett
Fabrice Colas

Participating nationsEdit

359 cyclists from 54 nations competed.[1]

Medal tableEdit

1  United States4329
2  West Germany1225
3  Australia1001
6  Canada0202
7  Switzerland0101
8  France0011
Totals (11 entries)88824

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ a b "Cycling at the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Games". Archived from the original on April 17, 2020. Retrieved August 24, 2014.