Cycling at the 1992 Summer Olympics – Men's team pursuit

These are the official results of the Men's Team Pursuit at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain. The races were held on Thursday, July 30, and Friday, July 31, 1992 at the Velòdrom d'Hortawith a race distance of 4 km.[1]

MedalistsEdit

  Gold   Silver   Bronze
  Germany (GER)
Stefan Steinweg
Andreas Walzer
Guido Fulst
Michael Glöckner
Jens Lehmann
  Australia (AUS)
Stuart O'Grady
Brett Aitken
Stephen McGlede
Shaun O'Brien
 
  Denmark (DEN)
Jan Petersen
Michael Sandstød
Ken Frost
Jimmi Madsen
Klaus Kynde Nielsen

ResultsEdit

  • Q Qualified for next round.
  • ovtk Overtaken by opponent during heat.
  • DNS Did not start.
  • WR New world record.

Qualifying roundEdit

Held July 30

The twenty-one teams raced against the clock, not against each other. The teams with the eight fastest times advanced to the quarter-final.

Pos. Athlete NOC Time Ave. Speed Qual. Notes
1 Brett Aitken
Stephen McGlede
Shaun O'Brien
Stuart O'Grady
  Australia 4:11.245 57.314 km/h Q WR
2 Michael Glöckner
Jens Lehmann
Stefan Steinweg
Guido Fulst
Andreas Walzer
  Germany 4:14.934 56.485 km/h Q
3 Ivan Beltrami
Rossano Brasi
Ivan Cerioli
Fabrizio Trezzi
Giovanni Lombardi
  Italy 4:15.103 56.447 km/h Q
4 Ken Frost
Jimmi Madsen
Jan Petersen
Klaus Kynde Nielsen
Michael Sandstød
  Denmark 4:17.719 55.874 km/h Q
5 Chris Boardman
Paul Jennings
Bryan Steel
Glen Sword
  Great Britain 4:19.126 55.571 km/h Q
6 Valery Batura
Oleksandr Honchenkov
Dmitry Nelyubin
Roman Saprykin
Nikolay Kuznetsov
  Unified Team 4:19.343 55.525 km/h Q
7 Gary Anderson
Nigel Donnelly
Carlos Marryatt
Stuart Williams
Glenn McLeay
  New Zealand 4:21.145 55.141 km/h Q
8 Svatopluk Buchta
Rudolf Juřícký
Jan Panáček
Pavel Tesař
  Czechoslovakia 4:21.687 55.027 km/h Q
9 Chris Coletta
Dirk Copeland
Matthew Hamon
Jim Pollack
  United States 4:22.963 54.760 km/h
10 Adolfo Alperi
Gabriel Aynat
Jonathan Garrido
Santos González
  Spain 4:23.013 54.750 km/h
11 Hervé Dagorné
Philippe Ermenault
Daniel Pandèle
Pascal Potié
  France 4:23.924 54.561 km/h
12 Niels van der Steen
Gerben Broeren
Erik Cent
Servais Knaven
  Netherlands 4:25.693 54.197 km/h
13 Conrado Cabrera
Eugenio Castro
Noël de la Cruz
Raúl Domínguez
  Cuba 4:27.060 53.920 km/h
14 Ji Seung-hwan
Kim Yong-gyu
Park Min-su
Won Chang-yong
  South Korea 4:27.706 53.790 km/h
15 Yasuhiro Ando
Masamitsu Ehara
Naokiyo Hashisako
Makio Madarame
  Japan 4:32.484 52.847 km/h
16 Arturo García
César Muciño
Jesús Vázquez
Marco Zaragoza
  Mexico 4:32.834 52.779 km/h
17 Ángel Colla
Gustavo Guglielmone
Carlos Pérez
Fabio Placanica
  Argentina 33.860 52.581 km/h
18 Esteban López
Fernando Sierra
Alberny Vargas
José Velásquez
  Colombia 4:36.086 52.157 km/h
19 Nima Ebrahim
Mehrdad Afsharian Tarshiz
Mohamed Reza Banna
Majid Naseri
  Iran 4:45.745 50.394 km/h
20 Jazy Garcia
Manuel García
Andrew Martin
Martin Santos
  Guam 5:23.366 44.531 km/h
- Grzegorz Krejner
Marek Leśniewski
Wojciech Pawłak
Dariusz Baranowski
  Poland DNS

Quarter-finalsEdit

Held July 30
In the first round of actual match competition, teams were seeded into matches based on their times from the qualifying round. The winners of the four heats advanced to the semi-finals.

Heat 1

Pos. Team NOC Time Ave. Speed Qual.
1 Denmark   Denmark 4:12.270 57.081 km/h Q
2 Great Britain   Great Britain 4:14.350 56.614 km/h

Heat 2

Pos. Team NOC Time Ave. Speed Qual.
1 Italy   Italy 4:15.440 56.373 km/h Q
2 Unified Team   Unified Team 4:16.685 56.099 km/h

Heat 3

Pos. Team NOC Time Ave. Speed Qual.
1 Germany   Germany 4:10.980 57.375 km/h Q
2 New Zealand   New Zealand ovtk

Heat 4

Pos. Team NOC Time Ave. Speed Qual. Notes
1 Australia   Australia 4:10.438 57.499 km/h Q WR
2 Czechoslovakia   Czechoslovakia ovtk

Semi-finalsEdit

Held July 31
The winner of the two heats advance to the finals, for the gold medal. The loser with the fastest semi-final time wins the bronze.

Heat 1

Pos. Team NOC Time Ave. Speed Qual.
1 Germany   Germany 4:10.446 57.497 km/h Q
2 Denmark   Denmark 4:15.860 56.280 km/h

Heat 2

Pos. Team NOC Time Ave. Speed Qual.
1 Australia   Australia 4:15.705 56.314 km/h Q
2 Italy   Italy 4:18.291 55.751 km/h

FinalEdit

Held July 31

Pos. Team NOC Time Ave. Speed Notes
1 Germany   Germany 4:08.791 57.879 km/h WR
2 Australia   Australia 4:10.218 57.549 km/h

Final classificationEdit

Final results
Pos. Team NOC
1. Germany   Germany
2. Australia   Australia
3. Denmark   Denmark
4. Italy   Italy
5. Great Britain   Great Britain
6. Unified Team   Unified Team
7. New Zealand   New Zealand
8. Czechoslovakia   Czechoslovakia

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Cycling at the 1992 Barcelona Summer Games: Men's team pursuit". Sports Reference. Archived from the original on 18 April 2020. Retrieved 31 July 2016.

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