Olympic record progression track cycling – Men's flying 200 m time trial
The men's flying 200 m time trial is the qualification for the men's sprint. This discipline is competed since the first Olympics at the 1896 Summer Olympics, but in 1988 the flying 200 m time trial was introduced as a qualification event. The UCI lists the first Olympic record in 1992.
|10.252||Jens Fiedler (GER)||Barcelona||Open air||28 July 1992||1992 Olympics|
|10.129||Gary Neiwand (AUS)||Atlanta||Open air||24 July 1996||1996 Olympics|
|9.815||Chris Hoy (GBR)||Beijing||Indoor||17 August 2008||2008 Olympics|
|9.713||Jason Kenny (GBR)||London Velopark, London||Indoor||4 August 2012||2012 Olympics|
|9.703||Callum Skinner (GBR)||Rio Olympic Velodrome, Rio de Janeiro||Indoor||12 August 2016||2016 Olympics|
|9.551||Jason Kenny (GBR)||Indoor|||
- "Union Cycliste Internationale - Men - Olympic Record" (PDF). Union Cycliste Internationale. 21 October 2014. Retrieved 24 November 2014.
- "Men's Sprint Qualifying Results" (PDF). Rio2016.com. 12 August 2016. Archived from the original (PDF) on 20 September 2016. Retrieved 12 August 2016.