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Cycling at the 2004 Summer Paralympics

Cycling at the 2004 Summer Paralympics in Athens, consisted of 31 events in two disciplines, track cycling and road cycling. Track cycling took place at the Olympic Velodrome, and road cycling at Vouliagmeni.

Contents

  • Classifications and events 1
  • Medal summary 2
    • Road cycling 2.1
    • Track cycling 2.2
  • Medal table 3

Classifications and events

  • B 1-3: Visually impaired athletes; these cyclists used tandem bicycles, with an able-bodied rider in the front seat
  • LC 1-4: Lower limb and other locomotor disabilities graded by severity; unlike most Paralympic classes, higher numbers here indicate more severe conditions
  • CP 1-4: Athletes with cerebral palsy or a similar disability; 1 and 2 used tricycles, 3 and 4 used bicycles
  • HC A, B & C: Hand-using athletes, graded according to their degree of paraplegia or quadriplegia; these cyclists used handcycles

Track events consisted of:

Road events consisted of endurance races and time trials. In the endurance road races, athletes with cerebral palsy cycled for a minimum of 15 kilometres, while men with visual impairment covered 120 kilometres. In the time trials, the distances were the same for each classification.

Medal summary

Road cycling

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's handcycle time trial
HC A

 Franz Weber
Switzerland (SUI)
Men's handcycle time trial
HC B/C

 Marcel Pipek
Czech Republic (CZE)
 Johann Mayrhofer
Austria (AUT)
 Franz Nietlispach
Switzerland (SUI)
Men's handcycle road race
HC A

 Rastislav Turecek
Slovakia (SVK)
 Franz Weber
Switzerland (SUI)
 Christoph Etzlstorfer
Austria (AUT)
Men's handcycle road race
HC B/C

 Johann Mayrhofer
Austria (AUT)
 Alejandro Albor
United States (USA)
 Johan Reekers
Netherlands (NED)
Men's bicycle road race/time trial
CP 3

 Javier Otxoa
Spain (ESP)
 Darren Kenny
Great Britain (GBR)
 Rodrigo Lopez
Argentina (ARG)
Men's bicycle road race/time trial
CP 4

 Christopher Scott
Australia (AUS)
 Peter Homann
Australia (AUS)
 Michel Alcaine
France (FRA)
Men's bicycle road race/time trial
LC 1

 Wolfgang Eibeck
Austria (AUT)
 Fabio Triboli
Italy (ITA)
 Peter Brooks
Australia (AUS)
Men's bicycle road race/time trial
LC 2

 Jiri Jezek
Czech Republic (CZE)
 Roberto Alcaide
Spain (ESP)
 Ron Williams
United States (USA)
Men's bicycle road race/time trial
LC 3

 Antonio Garcia
Spain (ESP)
 Laurent Thirionet
France (FRA)
 Paul Jesson
New Zealand (NZL)
Men's bicycle road race/time trial
LC 4

 Michael Teuber
Germany (GER)
 Wolfgang Dabernig
Austria (AUT)
 Erich Winkler
Germany (GER)
Men's tandem road race/time trial
B 1-3


Aliaksandr Danilik
Vasili Shaptsiaboi

David Llaurado
Christian Venge
 Australia (AUS)
Robert Crowe
Kieran Modra
Men's tricycle time trial
CP 1/2

 Dirk Boon
Belgium (BEL)
 Mark le Flohic
Australia (AUS)
 Adriaan Nel
South Africa (RSA)
Men's tricycle road race
CP 1/2

 Mark le Flohic
Australia (AUS)
 Stuart Flacks
United States (USA)
 Mutsuhiko Ogawa
Japan (JPN)
Women's bicycle time trial
LC 1-4&CP 3/4

 Karen Jacobsen
Denmark (DEN)
 Claire McLean
Australia (AUS)
 Sara Tretola
Switzerland (SUI)
Women's tandem road race/time trial
B 1-3

 United States (USA)
Katie Compton
Karissa Whitsell
 Australia (AUS)
Lindy Hou
Toireasa Ryan
 Australia (AUS)
Kelly McCombie
Janet Shaw

Track cycling

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's bicycle 1 km time trial
CP 3/4

 Darren Kenny
Great Britain (GBR)
 Andrew Panazzolo
Australia (AUS)
 Jiri Bouska
Czech Republic (CZE)
Men's bicycle 1 km time trial
LC 1-4

 Greg Ball
Australia (AUS)
 Laurent Thirionet
France (FRA)
 Tobias Graf
Germany (GER)
Men's tandem 1 km time trial
B 1-3

 Australia (AUS)
Anthony Biddle
Kial Stewart
 France (FRA)
Frederic Janowski
Patrice Senmartin
 Great Britain (GBR)
Paul Hunter
Ian Sharpe
Men's bicycle 3 km individual pursuit
CP 3

 Darren Kenny
Great Britain (GBR)
 Javier Otxoa
Spain (ESP)
 Andrew Panazzolo
Australia (AUS)
Men's bicycle 3 km individual pursuit
CP 4

 Christopher Scott
Australia (AUS)
 Peter Homann
Australia (AUS)
 Jiri Bouska
Czech Republic (CZE)
Men's bicycle 4 km individual pursuit
LC 1

 Peter Brooks
Australia (AUS)
 Wolfgang Eibeck
Austria (AUT)
 Fabio Triboli
Italy (ITA)
Men's bicycle 4 km individual pursuit
LC 2

 Roberto Alcaide
Spain (ESP)
 Jiri Jezek
Czech Republic (CZE)
 Paul Martin
United States (USA)
Men's bicycle 3 km individual pursuit
LC 3

 Laurent Thirionet
France (FRA)
 Tobias Graf
Germany (GER)
 Fabrizio Macchi
Italy (ITA)
Men's bicycle 3 km individual pursuit
LC 4

 Michael Teuber
Germany (GER)
 Juanjo Mendez
Spain (ESP)
 Hans Peter Beier
Germany (GER)
Men's tandem 4 km individual pursuit
B 1-3

 Australia (AUS)
Robert Crowe
Kieran Modra
 Netherlands (NED)
Jan Mulder
Pascal Schoots
 Great Britain (GBR)
Paul Hunter
Ian Sharpe
Men's tandem sprint
B 1-3

 Australia (AUS)
Kieran Modra
David Short
 Japan (JPN)
Takuya Oki
Shigeo Yoshihara
 Australia (AUS)
Anthony Biddle
Kial Stewart
Men's bicycle team sprint
LC 1-4&CP 3/4

 Australia (AUS)
Greg Ball
Peter Brooks
Christopher Scott
 United States (USA)
Daniel Nicholson
Paul Martin
Ron Williams
 France (FRA)
David Mercier
Patrick Ceria
Laurent Thirionet
Women's bicycle 1 km time trial
LC 1-4&CP3/4

 Ju Fang Zhou
China (CHN)
 Feng Zhen An
China (CHN)
 Qi Tang
China (CHN)
Women's tandem 1 km time trial
B 1-3

 Great Britain (GBR)
Ellen Hunter
Aileen McGlynn
 United States (USA)
Katie Compton
Karissa Whitsell
 Australia (AUS)
Lindy Hou
Janelle Lindsay
Women's tandem 3 km individual pursuit
B 1-3

 United States (USA)
Katie Compton
Karissa Whitsell
 Australia (AUS)
Lindy Hou
Toireasa Ryan
 Australia (AUS)
Kelly McCombie
Janet Shaw
Women's tandem sprint
B 1-3

 Australia (AUS)
Lindy Hou
Janelle Lindsay
 Great Britain (GBR)
Ellen Hunter
Aileen McGlynn
 United States (USA)
Katie Compton
Karissa Whitsell

Medal table

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Australia (AUS) 10 7 7 24
2  Spain (ESP) 3 4 0 7
3  Austria (AUT) 3 3 1 7
4  Great Britain (GBR) 3 2 2 7
5  United States (USA) 2 4 3 9
6  Germany (GER) 2 1 3 6
7  Czech Republic (CZE) 2 1 2 5
8  France (FRA) 1 3 2 6
9  China (CHN) 1 1 1 3
10  Slovakia (SVK) 1 1 0 2
11  Belarus (BLR) 1 0 0 1
 Belgium (BEL) 1 0 0 1
 Denmark (DEN) 1 0 0 1
14  Switzerland (SUI) 0 1 3 4
15  Italy (ITA) 0 1 2 3
16  Japan (JPN) 0 1 1 2
 Netherlands (NED) 0 1 1 2
18  Argentina (ARG) 0 0 1 1
 New Zealand (NZL) 0 0 1 1
 South Africa (RSA) 0 0 1 1
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