Cycling at the 1996 Summer Paralympics

Cycling at the 1996 Summer Paralympics consisted of 23 events in two disciplines, road cycling and track cycling.

Cycling
at the X Paralympic Games
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Paralympic Cycling
Competitors181 from 23 nations
1992
2000
Silver medalist Paul Lake in the LC1 omnium event

Medal tableEdit

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RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Australia (AUS)55010
2  France (FRA)5139
3  Italy (ITA)3216
4  Canada (CAN)3137
5  United States (USA)25613
6  Spain (ESP)1135
7  Belgium (BEL)1102
8  Austria (AUT)1023
  Japan (JPN)1023
10  Netherlands (NED)1001
11  Germany (GER)0314
12  Czech Republic (CZE)0101
  Slovakia (SVK)0101
  South Korea (KOR)0101
  Switzerland (SUI)0101
16  Norway (NOR)0022
Totals (16 nations)23232369

Participating nationsEdit

Medal summaryEdit

Road cyclingEdit

 
Australian vision impaired cyclist Teresa Poole and her pilot Sandra Smith on the medal dais after winning gold in the tandem class on the track at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympic Games
Event Gold Silver Bronze
Mixed 1500 m time trial tricycle CP2 Guy Culot
  Belgium
Andreas Hillers
  Germany
Mutsuhiko Ogawa
  Japan
Mixed 5000 m time trial bicycle CP3 Gary Longhi
  Canada
Daniel Nicholson
  United States
Shojiro Maeda
  Japan
Mixed 5000 m time trial bicycle CP4 Christopher Scott
  Australia
Peter Homann
  Australia
Lawrence Schultz
  United States
Mixed 5000 m time trial tricycle CP2 Mutsuhiko Ogawa
  Japan
Guy Culot
  Belgium
Corey Huntley
  United States
Mixed 20k bicycle CP3 Daniel Nicholson
  United States
Jong Kil Kim
  South Korea
Gary Longhi
  Canada
Mixed 20k bicycle CP4 Peter Homann
  Australia
Christopher Scott
  Australia
Lawrence Schultz
  United States
Mixed 45/55k bicycle LC3 Luc Raoul
  France
Beat Schwarzenbach
  Switzerland
Norbert Zettler
  Austria
Women's 50/60k tandem open   Canada (CAN)
Guylaine Larouche
Julie Cournoyer
  United States (USA)
Tiffany Tretschiok
Julia Haft
  Spain (ESP)
Rosa Corral
Maria Chaves
Mixed 55/65k bicycle LC2 Patrick Ceria
  France
Lubomir Simovec
  Czech Republic
Patrice Bonneau
  Canada
Mixed 60/70k tandem open   Canada (CAN)
Alexandre Cloutier
Julie Cournoyer
  Spain (ESP)
Francisco José Lara
Belen Perez
  Spain (ESP)
José Santiago
Elena Padrones
Mixed 65/75k bicycle LC1 David Mercier
  France
Wolfgang Mahler
  Germany
Aage Joensberg
  Norway
Men's 100/120k tandem open   France (FRA)
Jean Bertrand
Franck Miquard
  Italy (ITA)
Pasquale Campedelli
Giancarlo Galli
  Germany (GER)
Martin Boesch
Frank Hoefle

Track cyclingEdit

 
Australian tandem cyclists Terri Poole (right, vision impaired) and Sandra Smith (left, pilot for Terri) show off the gold medals they won in the 1km time trial and the 3km pursuit at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympic Games
Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's 200 m sprint tandem open   Italy (ITA)
Paolo Botti
Giancarlo Galli
  Slovakia (SVK)
Pavel Takac
Miroslav Jambor
  France (FRA)
Eric Guezo
Vincent Mignon
Mixed 200 m sprint tandem open   Australia (AUS)
Kerry Golding
Kieran Modra
  Italy (ITA)
Damiano Zanotti
Manuela Agnese
  United States (USA)
Scott Evans
Cara Dunne
Men's time trial tandem open   France (FRA)
Thierry Gintrand
Patrice Senmartin
  France (FRA)
Eric Guezo
Vincent Mignon
  Italy (ITA)
Giancarlo Galli
Paolo Botti
Women's time trial tandem open   Australia (AUS)
Sandra Smith
Teresa Poole
  Germany (GER)
Elfriede Ranz
Ursula Egner
  Canada (CAN)
Guylaine Larouche
Julie Cournoyer
Mixed time trial tandem open   Italy (ITA)
Patrizia Spadaccini
Claudio Costa
  United States (USA)
Scott Evans
Cara Dunne
  United States (USA)
Michael Rosenberg
Pamala Fernandes
Men's individual pursuit tandem open   Netherlands (NED)
Pascal Schoots
Jan Mulder
  Australia (AUS)
Eddy Hollands
Paul Clohessy
  France (FRA)
Guy Rouchovze
Herve Dechamp
Women's individual pursuit tandem open   Australia (AUS)
Sandra Smith
Teresa Poole
  Canada (CAN)
Guylaine Larouche
Julie Cournoyer
  United States (USA)
Tiffany Tretschiok
Juila Haft
Mixed individual pursuit tandem open   Italy (ITA)
Patrizia Spadaccini
Claudio Costa
  United States (USA)
Michael Hopper
Kathleen Urschel
  Spain (ESP)
Belén Perez
Francisco José Lara
Mixed omnium LC1 Wolfgang Eibeck
  Austria
Matthew Gray
  Australia
Aage Joensberg
  Norway
Mixed omnium LC2 Dory Selinger
  United States
Paul Lake
  Australia
Patrick Ceria
  France
Mixed omnium LC3 Miguel Perez
  Spain
Rex Patrick
  United States
Norbert Zettler
  Austria

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