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Cycling at the 1904 Summer Olympics

Cycling
at the Games of the III Olympiad
Venues
Track cycling Francis Field Stadium
Dates 2 August – 5 August
Cyclists 18 from 1 countries
Top ranked countries
United States:      
« 1900 Intercalated Games: 1906 »
Summer Olympics: 1908 »

At the 1904 Summer Olympics, seven cycling events were contested. They were all track events for men only. Only cyclists from the United States competed in the 1904 cycling competition.

It was the only time distances based on the mile were used to determine the length of events.

Contents

  • Medal summary 1
  • Participating nations 2
  • Medal table 3
  • References 4

Medal summary

Marcus Hurley
Event Gold Silver Bronze
14 mile  Marcus Hurley
United States (USA)
 Burton Downing
United States (USA)
 Teddy Billington
United States (USA)
13 mile  Marcus Hurley
United States (USA)
 Burton Downing
United States (USA)
 Teddy Billington
United States (USA)
12 mile  Marcus Hurley
United States (USA)
 Teddy Billington
United States (USA)
 Burton Downing
United States (USA)
1 mile  Marcus Hurley
United States (USA)
 Burton Downing
United States (USA)
 Teddy Billington
United States (USA)
2 miles  Burton Downing
United States (USA)
 Oscar Goerke
United States (USA)
 Marcus Hurley
United States (USA)
5 miles  Charles Schlee
United States (USA)
 George E. Wiley
United States (USA)
 Arthur F. Andrews
United States (USA)
25 miles  Burton Downing
United States (USA)
 Arthur F. Andrews
United States (USA)
 George E. Wiley
United States (USA)

Participating nations

18 cyclists from the host nation competed in cycling.

Medal table

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 United States 7 7 7 21

References

  • Sports reference on cycling at the 1904 Olympics
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