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  • Document

    Cycling Road

    To discover when road cycling appeared on the programme of the Olympic Games and how the different events evolved from 1896 to our days: introduction of women’s events, etc.
  • Document

    Cycling Road

    To discover when road cycling appeared on the programme of the Olympic Games and how the different events evolved from 1896 to our days: introduction of women’s events, etc.
  • News | Barcelona 1992 Legacy

    Improved road links

    The Olympic Games Barcelona 1992 created an opportunity to connect the districts of Barcelona that hosted the various Olympic events through new road links, providing a lasting benefit to the population. The aim was also to facilitate entry to the city, and to diminish traffic congestion in the centre.
    14 Jun 2019 | Barcelona 1992 Legacy, Legacies for Cities
  • Beijing 2008 Olympic Cycling Road Race | Video

    Beijing 2008 Olympic Cycling Road Race

    In November 2009, Davide REBELLIN of Italy, competing in the Men's Cycling Individual Road Race event, in which he ranked 2nd and for which he was awarded the silver medal, has been disqualified from the Games of the XXIX Olympiad. Spaniard Samuel Sanchez bested the charging pack of riders in the final moments of the men's 245-kilometer Olympic cycling road race. The 30-year-old cyclist clocked six hours 23 minutes and 49 seconds to win the Olympic cycling gold medal.
  • Women's Cycling Road Race - highlights | Video

    Women's Cycling Road Race - highlights

    London 2012 - highlights from the Women's Cycling Road Race. Marianne Vos of the Netherlands held off a strong finish from Team GB's Lizzie Armitstead in driving rain to take gold on The Mall in a thrilling climax to the contest.
  • Men's Cycle Road Race - all the drama | Video

    Men's Cycle Road Race - all the drama

    London 2012 - highlights of the thrilling Men's Cycle Road Race. Alexandr Vinokurov triumphed to claim gold for Kazakhstan. Colombia's Rigoberto Uran Uran claimed silver, with Norway's Alexander Kristoff third.
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