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Cycling at the 1992 Barcelona Summer Games:

Men's 1,000 metres Time Trial

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Host City: Barcelona, Spain
Venue(s): Horta Velodrome, Barcelona
Date Started: July 27, 1992
Date Finished: July 27, 1992

Gold: ESP José Moreno
Silver: AUS Shane Kelly
Bronze: USA Erin Hartwell

Summary

José Manuel Moreno was the defending World Champion and the favorite of the hometown fans. He was the last rider to go off but was fully warmed up. The Spanish authorities had him warm up at a nearby track and he was then brought to the Vélodrom d’Horta by helicopter. Moreno started slowly but was easily the fastest rider on the final two laps. His time of 1:03.342 was an Olympic best for an outdoor track. The fifth-place rider was Italy’s Adler Capelli who rode a bike that allowed a single gear change, a first for Olympic track. The defending champion, Aleksandr Kirichenko (EUN), placed 12th.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal T
1 José Moreno 23 Spain ESP Gold 1:03.342
2 Shane Kelly 20 Australia AUS Silver 1:04.288
3 Erin Hartwell 23 United States USA Bronze 1:04.753
4 Jens Glücklich 26 Germany GER 1:04.798
5 Adler Capelli 18 Italy ITA 1:05.065
6 Frédéric Lancien 21 France FRA 1:05.157
7 Jon Andrews 25 New Zealand NZL 1:05.240
8 Gene Samuel 31 Trinidad and Tobago TTO 1:05.485
9 Dirk Jan van Hameren 27 Netherlands NED 1:05.524
10 Keiji Kojima 22 Japan JPN 1:05.994
11 Ingus Veips 22 Latvia LAT 1:06.074
12 Aleksandr Kirichenko 24 Unified Team EUN 1:06.137
13 Christian Meidlinger 20 Austria AUT 1:06.509
14 Anthony Stirrat 22 Great Britain GBR 1:06.522
15 Mika Hämäläinen 25 Finland FIN 1:06.808
16 Rocco Travella 25 Switzerland SUI 1:06.811
17 Nelson Mario Pons 24 Ecuador ECU 1:06.878
18 César Muciño 20 Mexico MEX 1:06.984
19 Tom Steels 20 Belgium BEL 1:07.085
20 Grzegorz Krejner 23 Poland POL 1:07.235
21 Kiril Georgiev 20 Bulgaria BUL 1:07.371
22 Sergio Rolando 19 Argentina ARG 1:08.267
23 Kurt Innes 21 Canada CAN 1:08.593
24 Livingstone Alleyne 21 Barbados BAR 1:09.014
25 José Velásquez 22 Colombia COL 1:10.143
26 Sean Bloch 18 South Africa RSA 1:10.145
27 Herry Janto Setiawan 18 Indonesia INA 1:10.342
28 Mohamed Reza Banna 21 Iran IRI 1:11.036
29 Andrew Myers 23 Jamaica JAM 1:13.186
30 Pedro Vaca 31 Bolivia BOL 1:14.475
31 Neil Lloyd 25 Antigua and Barbuda ANT 1:14.816
32 Don Campbell Cayman Islands CAY 1:16.192