Medals: 1 Gold (1 Total)
Cesare Facciani's greatest success as a cyclist came at the 1928 Olympics. A member of the Italian pursuit team, he won a gold medal, despite finishing with only three cyclists in both the semi-finals and final. Facciani then tried to become a pro cyclists, but won only briefly employed by a team, otherwise racing independently. His best achievements were a 26th place in the Giro d'Italia (1933) and a stage win in the Tour of Piedmont. He was forced to retire in 1934 due to illness, to which he eventually succumbed in 1938.
|1928 Summer||22||Amsterdam||Cycling||Men's Team Pursuit, 4,000 metres||Italy||ITA||1||Gold|
|1928 Summer||22||Amsterdam||Cycling||Italy||ITA||Final Standings||1|
|1928 Summer||22||Amsterdam||Cycling||Italy||ITA||Final Round||Match 1/2||1||5:06.2|
|1928 Summer||22||Amsterdam||Cycling||Italy||ITA||Semi-Finals||Heat One||1||QU||5:02.6|
|1928 Summer||22||Amsterdam||Cycling||Italy||ITA||Quarter-Finals||Heat Four||1||QU||5:06.2|
|1928 Summer||22||Amsterdam||Cycling||Italy||ITA||Round One||Heat Four||1||QU||no time|