Cycling at the 1968 Summer Olympics – Men's individual road race

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Men's cycling road race
at the Games of the XIX Olympiad
Venue Mexico City, Mexico
Date 23 October 1968
Competitors 144 from 44 nations
Winning time 4:41:25
Medalists
1st Pierfranco Vianelli  Italy
2nd Leif Mortensen  Denmark
3rd Gösta Pettersson  Sweden
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Template:CyclingAt1968SummerOlympics The men's individual road race was a road bicycle racing event held as part of the Cycling at the 1968 Summer Olympics programme. 144 cyclists from 44 nations took part. It was held on 23 October 1968. The course, just short of 25 kilometres, was covered 8 times for a total distance of 196.2 kilometres.[1]

Final classification

Rank Rider Nationality Time
1st Pierfranco Vianelli  Italy 4:41:25
2nd Leif Mortensen  Denmark 4:42:49
3rd Gösta Pettersson  Sweden 4:43:15
4 Stéphan Abrahamian  France 4:43:36
5 René Pijnen  Netherlands 4:43:36
6 Jean-Pierre Monseré  Belgium 4:43:51
7 Tomas Pettersson  Sweden 4:43:58
8 Giovanni Bramucci  Italy 4:43:58
9 Martín Rodríguez  Colombia 4:43:58
10 Marian Kegel  Poland 4:44:00
11 Jan Krekels  Netherlands 4:44:09
12 Burkhard Ebert  West Germany 4:44:10
13 Thorleif Andresen  Norway 4:44:10
14 Tore Milsett  Norway 4:44:12
15 Álvaro Pachón  Colombia 4:44:13
16 José Gómez  Spain 4:44:13
17 Valery Yardy  Soviet Union 4:44:15
18 Roger De Vlaeminck  Belgium 4:44:24
19 André Dierickx  Belgium 4:45:32
20 Alain Vasseur  France 4:45:36
21 Imre Géra  Hungary 4:45:57
22 Saturnino Rustrián  Guatemala 4:46:13
23 Jan Smolík  Czechoslovakia 4:46:30
24 Harrie Jansen  Netherlands 4:46:30
25 Cvitko Bilić  Yugoslavia 4:46:31
26 Ole Højlund Pedersen  Denmark 4:46:31
27 Agustín Juárez  Mexico 4:46:32
28 Luis Zubero  Spain 4:46:34
29 Jørgen Emil Hansen  Denmark 4:46:34
30 Pedro Sánchez  Colombia 4:46:37
31 Flavio Martini  Italy 4:47:56
32 Yury Dmitriyev  Soviet Union 4:47:57
33 Daniel Ducreux  France 4:47:57
34 Dave Rollinson  Great Britain 4:47:58
35 Erik Pettersson  Sweden 4:47:58
36 Heriberto Díaz  Mexico 4:47:59
37 Raimo Honkanen  Finland 4:47:59
38 Svend Erik Bjerg  Denmark 4:48:03
39 Rudi Valenčič  Yugoslavia 4:48:03
40 Roberto Breppe  Argentina 4:48:07
41 Ferenc Keserű  Hungary 4:50:30
42 Miguel Lasa  Spain 4:51:05
43 Jesús Sarabia  Mexico 4:51:05
44 John Howard  United States 4:52:45
45 Jürgen Tschan  West Germany 4:52:50
46 Mauno Uusivirta  Finland 4:52:50
47 Jan Erik Gustavsen  Norway 4:54:41
48 Evaristo Oliva  Guatemala 4:57:07
49 Jorge Inés  Guatemala 4:57:07
50 Brian Jolly  Great Britain 4:57:42
51 Curt Söderlund  Sweden 5:01:12
52 Des Thomson  New Zealand 5:02:33
53 Tekeste Woldu  Ethiopia 5:05:12
54 Roger Gilson  Luxembourg 5:05:12
55 Marcel Roy  Canada 5:05:13
56 Ørnulf Andresen  Norway 5:05:17
57 Ole Wackström  Finland 5:05:18
58 András Takács  Hungary 5:05:21
59 Kazimierz Jasiński  Poland 5:08:25
60 Gerard Lettoli  San Marino 5:10:22
61 Enzo Frisoni  San Marino 5:12:46
62 Zygmunt Hanusik  Poland 5:20:59
63 Miguel Ángel Sánchez  Costa Rica 5:20:59
64 Joe Jones  Canada 5:30:13
AC Juan Alves  Argentina DNF
Héctor Cassina  Argentina DNF
Gerardo Cavallieri  Argentina DNF
Ronald Jonker  Australia DNF
Peter McDermott  Australia DNF
Kevin Morgan  Australia DNF
Donald Wilson  Australia DNF
Colin Forde  Barbados DNF
Kensley Reece  Barbados DNF
Richard Roett  Barbados DNF
Michael Stoute  Barbados DNF
Jozef Schoeters  Belgium DNF
Jules Béland  Canada DNF
Yves Landry  Canada DNF
Jean Barnabe  DR Congo DNF
Constantin Kabemba  DR Congo DNF
Samuel Kibamba  DR Congo DNF
Ignace Mandjambi  DR Congo DNF
Miguel Samacá  Colombia DNF
José Sánchez  Costa Rica DNF
Humberto Solano  Costa Rica DNF
José Manuel Soto  Costa Rica DNF
Sergio Martínez  Cuba DNF
Roberto Menéndez  Cuba DNF
Ulises Váldez  Cuba DNF
Raúl Marcelo Vázquez  Cuba DNF
Noé Medina  Ecuador DNF
Victor Morales  Ecuador DNF
Arnulfo Pozo  Ecuador DNF
Hipólito Pozo  Ecuador DNF
Mauricio Bolaños  El Salvador DNF
Francisco Funes  El Salvador DNF
David Miranda  El Salvador DNF
Juan Molina  El Salvador DNF
Agustín Tamames  Spain DNF
Yemane Negassi  Ethiopia DNF
Mehari Okubamicael  Ethiopia DNF
Mikael Saglimbeni  Ethiopia DNF
Raimo Suikkanen  Finland DNF
Jean-Pierre Paranteau  France DNF
Ortwin Czarnowski  West Germany DNF
Dieter Koslar  West Germany DNF
Billy Bilsland  Great Britain DNF
Les West  Great Britain DNF
Francisco Cuque  Guatemala DNF
Tibor Magyar  Hungary DNF
Peter Doyle  Ireland DNF
Morris Foster  Ireland DNF
Liam Horner  Ireland DNF
George Artin  Iraq DNF
Tino Conti  Italy DNF
Gwon Jung-hyeon  South Korea DNF
Tarek Abou Al Dahab  Lebanon DNF
Solo Razafinarivo  Madagascar DNF
Ng Joo Pong  Malaysia DNF
Johari Ramli  Malaysia DNF
Gabriel Cuéllar  Mexico DNF
Joop Zoetemelk  Netherlands DNF
Bryce Beeston  New Zealand DNF
John Dean  New Zealand DNF
Richie Thomson  New Zealand DNF
Zenon Czechowski  Poland DNF
Emil Rusu  Romania DNF
Bruno Hubschmid  Switzerland DNF
Petr Hladík  Czechoslovakia DNF
Somchai Chantarasamrit  Thailand DNF
Suriyong Hemint  Thailand DNF
Somkuan Seehapant  Thailand DNF
Chainarong Sophonpong  Thailand DNF
Deng Chueng-hwai  Chinese Taipei DNF
Liu Cheng-tao  Chinese Taipei DNF
Shue Ming-shu  Chinese Taipei DNF
Vladislav Nelyubin  Soviet Union DNF
Anatoliy Starkov  Soviet Union DNF
Daniel Butler  United States DNF
David Chauner  United States DNF
Wes Wessberg  United States DNF
Bùi Văn Hoàng  South Vietnam DNF
Trương Kim Hùng  South Vietnam DNF
Tanasije Kuvalja  Yugoslavia DNF

References

  1. "Cycling at the 1968 Mexico City Summer Games: Men's Road Race, Individual". sports-reference.com. Retrieved 6 September 2014.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>