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Olympic Records in Cycling




Olympic Records in Cycling: Cycling was included in the schedule of the Summer Games in the 1896 Summer Games . Since then, cycling has been a regular event in the Olympics ' program. Many records have been made in various events of cycling in the Summer Games .

The current Olympic records in various men's events of track cycling are as follows-

Men's records
EventRecordAthleteNationalityDateMeetPlace
Flying 200 m time trial (progression)9.713Jason Kenny Great Britain4 Aug 20122012 Olympic Games London, Great Britain
4000 m team pursuit (progression)3:51.659Ed Clancy
Steven Burke
Peter Kennaugh
Geraint Thomas
 Great Britain3 Aug 20122012 Olympic Games London, Great Britain
Team sprint (progression)42.6Philip Hindes
Chris Hoy
Jason Kenny
 Great Britain2 Aug 20122012 Olympic Games London, Great Britain
4000 m individual pursuit (progression)0.0029517477Bradley Wiggins Great Britain15 Aug 20082008 Olympic Games Beijing, China
1 km time trial (progression)0.0007026736Chris Hoy Great Britain20 Aug 20042004 Olympic Games Athens, Greece




Women's records
EventRecordAthleteNationalityDateMeetPlace
Flying 200 m time trial (progression)10.724Victoria Pendleton Great Britain5 Aug 20122012 Olympic Games London, Great Britain
3000m team pursuit* (progression)3:14.051Dani King
Laura Trott
Joanna Rowsell
 Great Britain4 Aug 20122012 Olympic Games London, Great Britain
Team sprint (progression)32.422Gong Jinjie
Guo Shuang
 China2 Aug 20122012 Olympic Games London, Great Britain
3000 m individual pursuit (progression)0.0023673264Sarah Ulmer New Zealand22 Aug 20042004 Olympic Games Athens, Greece
500 m time trial (progression)33.952Anna Meares Australia20 Aug 20042004 Olympic Games Athens, Greece

Source:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Olympic_records_in_cycling
https://www.mapsofworld.com/sports/olympics/records/olympic-records-cycling.html

Last Updated On : January 22, 2016


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