UCI Track Cycling World Championships – Men's 1 km time trial
The UCI Track Cycling World Championships – Men's 1 km Time Trial is the world championship track cycling time trial event for men, held annually at the UCI Track Cycling World Championships. Arnaud Tournant of France, Chris Hoy of Great Britain and Stefan Nimke of Germany share the record of most wins with four each.
The event was also held at the Summer Olympics from 1928. However, after it was removed from the 2008 Summer Olympics cycling programme, some cyclists, such as Hoy, decided to concentrate on other events instead.
The event was first held at the world championships in 1966 so the results below are incomplete.
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- Track Cycling World Championships 2014-1893 bikecult.com
- World Championship, Track, 1km, Elite (from 1993) cyclingarchives.com
- World Championships – Men 1km tt 1966–2002 UCI
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