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Cycling at the 2000 Summer Olympics – Men's road time trial

These are the official results of the Men's Individual Time Trial at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. The race was held on Saturday, September 30, 2000 with a race distance of 46.8 km.

On 17 January 2013 Lance Armstrong was stripped of the bronze medal and disqualified by the International Olympic Committee for an anti-doping rule violation.[1][2] They also decided not to award Spanish cyclist Abraham Olano the medal, as he had also tested positive for doping, back in 1998.[3]

MedalistsEdit

  Gold   Silver   Bronze
  Viatcheslav Ekimov (RUS)   Jan Ullrich (GER) Vacated[4]

Final classificationEdit

Rank Cyclist Nation Time
1 Viacheslav Ekimov   Russia 57:40
2 Jan Ullrich   Germany + 0.08
DSQ Lance Armstrong   United States + 0.34
4 Abraham Olano   Spain + 0.51
5 Laurent Jalabert   France + 1.04
6 Andrei Teteriouk   Kazakhstan + 1.12
7 Thor Hushovd   Norway + 1.20
8 Santos Gonzalez Capilla   Spain + 1.23
9 Serhiy Honchar   Ukraine + 1.40
10 Tyler Hamilton   United States + 1.46
11 Chris Boardman   Great Britain + 1.52
12 Andreas Klöden   Germany + 1.53
13 Christophe Moreau   France + 1.57
14 Evgueni Petrov   Russia + 2.00
15 Raivis Belohvoščiks   Latvia + 2.17
16 David Millar   Great Britain + 2.37
17 Evgeny Vakker   Kyrgyzstan + 2.41
18 Sergiy Matveyev   Ukraine + 2.45
19 Nathan O'Neill   Australia + 2.52
20 Eric Wohlberg   Canada + 2.54
21 Dainis Ozols   Latvia + 3.06
22 Martin Hvastija   Slovenia + 3.28
23 Raimondas Rumsas   Lithuania + 3.28
24 Victor Hugo Peña   Colombia + 3.30
25 Arturas Kasputis   Lithuania + 3.42
26 Koos Moerenhout   Netherlands + 3.47
27 Alexander Vinokourov   Kazakhstan + 3.54
28 Tomáš Konečný   Czech Republic + 3.56
29 Erik Dekker   Netherlands + 4.00
30 Martin Rittsel   Sweden + 4.19
31 Piotr Wadecki   Poland + 4.24
32 Lauri Aus   Estonia + 4.36
33 Alex Zülle   Switzerland + 4.54
34 Rene Haselbacher   Austria + 4.58
35 Vitor Gamito   Portugal + 5.36
36 Amr El Nady   Egypt + 5.38
37 Michael Andersson   Sweden + 7.39
38 Michael Sandstød   Denmark DNF

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "IOC Statement on Lance Armstrong". IOC. Retrieved 2013-01-17.
  2. ^ "Lance Armstrong stripped of Sydney Olympics medal". BBC News. Retrieved 2013-01-17.
  3. ^ https://www.cbsnews.com/news/lance-armstrong-stripped-of-olympic-bronze-medal/
  4. ^ https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/cycling/21062496

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