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Cycling At The 1912 Summer Olympics – Men

Men's time trial
at the Games of the V Olympiad
Venue Roads near Mälaren
Dates July 17
Competitors 123 from 16 nations
Medalists
Gold medal    South Africa
Silver medal    Great Britain
Bronze medal    United States
Cycling at the
1912 Summer Olympics
Road cycling
Individual time trial men
Team time trial men

The men's individual time trial was a road bicycle racing event held as part of the cycling at the 1912 Summer Olympics programme. It was the first appearance of the event. The competition was held on Sunday July 7, 1912. The course was 196.0 miles (315.385 kilometre) long and the cyclists started at two minute interval.

123 cyclists from 16 nations competed.

Results

Gold medalist Rudolph Lewis
Place Cyclist Time
1  Rudolph Lewis (RSA) 10:42:39.0
2  Frederick Grubb (GBR) 10:51:24.2
3  Carl Schutte (USA) 10:52:38.8
4  Leonard Meredith (GBR) 11:00:02.6
5  Frank Brown (CAN) 11:01:00.0
6  Antti Raita (FIN) 11:02:20.3
7 (SWE) 11:04:17.0
8  Ragnar Malm (SWE) 11:08:14.5
9  Axel Persson (SWE) 11:10:59.6
10  Algot Lönn (SWE) 11:12:02.5
11  Alvin Loftes (USA) 11:13:51.3
12  Alex Ekström (SWE) 11:14:50.7
13  Albert Krushel (USA) 11:17:30.2
14  Birger Andreassen (NOR) 11:20:14.6
15  Henrik Morén (SWE) 11:21:31.9
16  John Wilson (GBR) 11:21:43.0
17  Walden Martin (USA) 11:23:55.2
18  Charles Moss (GBR) 11:23:55.8
19  Werner Karlsson (SWE) 11:24:18.0
20  Joseph Kopsky (USA) 11:27:06.0
21  Vilho Tilkanen (FIN) 11:28:38.5
22  William Hammond (GBR) 11:29:16.8
23  Robert Rammer (AUT) 11:30:40.8
24  Robert Thompson (GBR) 11:31:16.0
25  Olaf Meyland-Smith (DEN) 11:32:24.2
26  Franz Lemnitz (GER) 11:34:32.2
27  Rudolf Baier (GER) 11:35:01.5
28  John Becht (USA) 11:35:04.8
29  Stanley Jones (GBR) 11:37:40.6
30  Herbert Gayler (GBR) 11:39:01.8
31  Adolf Kofler (AUT) 11:39:32.6
32  Charles Hansen (DEN) 11:40:04.0
33  Oswald Rathmann (GER) 11:40:18.4
34  Johan Kankkonen (FIN) 11:41:35.5
35  John Miller (GBR) 11:44:01.6
36 (GER) 11:45:24.0
37  Francis Higgins (GBR) 11:45:44.5
38  Arthur Gibbon (GBR) 11:46:00.2
39  Charles Davey (GBR) 11:47:26.3
40  Joseph Racine (FRA) 11:50:32.7
41  David Stevenson (GBR) 11:52:55.0
42  Alberto Downey (CHI) 11:53:02.5
43  Rudolf Kramer (AUT) 11:53:12.8
44  Otto Männel (GER) 11:53:27.4
45  Josef Hellensteiner (AUT) 11:54:00.2
46  Josef Zilker (AUT) 11:54:38.7
47  Paul Henrichsen (NOR) 11:55:23.2
48  Johannes Reinwaldt (DEN) 11:57:20.0
49  Charles Hill (GBR) 11:57:56.5
50  André Capelle (FRA) 11:59:48.4
51  Gunnar Björk (SWE) 12:00:49.4
52  Alois Wacha (AUT) 12:01:12.4
53  Godtfred Olsen (DEN) 12:06:18.8
54  Jesse Pike (USA) 12:06:21.6
55  Wilhelm Rabe (GER) 12:06:55.8
56  Jerome Steinert (USA) 12:08:32.3
57  Josef Rieder (GER) 12:12:32.4
58  Cárlos Koller (CHI) 12:13:49.2
59  Ernest Merlin (GBR) 12:16:08.6
60  Andrejs Apsītis (RUS) 12:18:20.6
61  Martin Koch (GER) 12:18:22.5
62  Robert Birker (GER) 12:19:27.6
63  Bohumil Rameš (BOH) 12:20:12.2
64  René Gagnet (FRA) 12:20:32.6
65  Anton Hansen (NOR) 12:21:23.7
66  Hjalmar Väre (FIN) 12:21:29.2
67  Michael Walker (GBR) 12:27:49.9
68  James Stevenson (GBR) 12:27:50.8
69  Arturo Friedemann (CHI) 12:28:20.8
70  Frank Meissner (USA) 12:29:09.0
71  Francis Guy (GBR) 12:32:19.4
72  Valdemar Nielsen (DEN) 12:33:09.2
73  István Müller (HUN) 12:39:28.0
74  José Torres (CHI) 12:39:39.5
75  János Henzsel (HUN) 12:42:16.3
76  Hermann Smiel (GER) 12:49:01.6
77  Gyula Mazur (HUN) 12:50:55.8
78 (CAN) 12:52:22.2
79  Carl Lüthje (GER) 13:00:31.8
80  Ralph Mecredy (GBR) 13:03:39.0
81  John Walker (GBR) 13:15:50.2
82  Matthew Walsh (GBR) 13:31:17.0
83 (FRA) 13:33:59.5
84  Ignác Teiszenberger (HUN) 13:38:35.8
85  Bernhard Doyle (GBR) 13:42:11.8
86 (GBR) 13:51:22.8
87  Václav Tintěra (BOH) 14:10:34.6
88  Bohumil Kubrycht (BOH) 14:11:21.0
89  Étienne Chéret (FRA) 14:15:18.1
90  Arthur Griffiths (GBR) 14:15:24.0
91  Gaston Alancourt (FRA) 14:23:59.3
92  Pierre Peinaud (FRA) 14:49:59.4
93  André Lepère (FRA) 15:03:18.1
94  Alexis Michiels (FRA) 15:15:59.2
 Louis Bès (FRA) Did not finish
 Fyodor Borisov (RUS) Did not finish
 Fridrihs Bošs (RUS) Did not finish
 Jēkabs Bukse (RUS) Did not finish
 Karl Gulbrandsen (NOR) Did not finish
 Juho Jaakonaho (FIN) Did not finish
 Otto Jensen (DEN) Did not finish
 John Kirk (GBR) Did not finish
 Augusts Kepke (RUS) Did not finish
 Kārlis Kepke (RUS) Did not finish
 František Kundert (BOH) Did not finish
 Karl Landsberg (SWE) Did not finish
 Hjalmar Levin (SWE) Did not finish
 Jānis Līvens (RUS) Did not finish
 Carl Lundquist (SWE) Did not finish
 Jacques Marcault (FRA) Did not finish
 Valdemar Christoffer Nielsen (DEN) Did not finish
 Carl Olsen (NOR) Did not finish
 Hans Olsen (DEN) Did not finish
 Jean Patou (BEL) Did not finish
 Arvid Pettersson (SWE) Did not finish
 Sergey Pesteryev (RUS) Did not finish
 Jānis Prātnieks (RUS) Did not finish
 Edgars Rihters (RUS) Did not finish
 René Rillon (FRA) Did not finish
 Martin Sæterhaug (NOR) Did not finish
 Arthur Stokes (GBR) Did not finish
 Károly Teppert (HUN) Did not finish
 Jan Vokoun (BOH) Did not finish

References

  • Bergvall, Erik (ed.) (1913). Adams-Ray, Edward (trans.)., ed. The Official Report of the Olympic Games of Stockholm 1912. Stockholm: Wahlström & Widstrand. 
  • Wudarski, Pawel (1999). "Wyniki Igrzysk Olimpijskich" (in Polski). Retrieved 10 January 2007. 
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