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Extractions: Cycling Through History: 2004 Wall Calendar Posters Subscribe Today! This page has links that will help you find the latest news and best sites about Cycling at the Olympic Games Visit our Olympic Games Stuff Links to find cool Olympic gear Official Sites for Olympic Cycling British Olympic Association Cycling Site USA Cycling Olympic Cycling News and Guides BBC Olympic Cycling News CBS Sports Olympic Cycling News CNN/Sports Illustrated Olympic Cycling News ESPN Olympic Cycling News ... Washington Post Olympic Cycling News Olympic Cycling History CBS Sports Olympic Cycling History Hickock Sports Olympic Cycling History Other Cycling Sites Cycle Breaks - Cycling holidays and bike tours in Suffolk UK Search the net for Cycling Olympic Cycling Stuff Athens Games Cycling Store A Basic Guide to Cycling by The U.S. Olympic Committee Ebay - Olympic Cycling Check out the other Summer Olympic themes: Baseball Basketball Boxing Diving ... Volleyball and Winter Sports Biathlon Bobsled Cross Country Skiing Figure Skating ... Visit our Olympic Games Stuff Links to find cool Olympic gear See Also 2000 Sydney Olympic Games Links 2002 Salt Lake Games Links Olympic Games Links Michael Johnson Links This site is not affiliated with NBC Network or any official Olympic Committee var site="s12sirlinksalot" Terms of Service
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A History Of The Olympics Discover the history of the modern Games and get the highlights of each Olympiad, from Athens in 1896 through Atlanta in 1996. 192 meters (210 yards). This made Coroebus the very first olympic champion in history shot put, weight lifting, swimming, cycling, target shooting, tennis, marathon and gymnastics http://history1900s.about.com/library/weekly/aa081000a.htm
Extractions: zJs=10 zJs=11 zJs=12 zJs=13 zc(5,'jsc',zJs,9999999,'') About History 20th Century History Home ... Free, Email Newsletter zau(256,152,145,'gob','http://z.about.com/5/ad/go.htm?gs='+gs,''); Decade By Decade Great Events of the Century Horrible Disasters Quiz Yourself ... Help zau(256,138,125,'el','http://z.about.com/0/ip/417/0.htm','');w(xb+xb); Subscribe to the About 20th Century History newsletter. Search 20th Century History According to legend, the ancient Olympic Games were founded by Heracles (the Roman Hercules), a son of Zeus. Yet the first Olympic Games for which we still have written records were held in 776 BCE (though it is generally believed that the Games had been going on for many years already). At this Olympic Games, a naked runner, Coroebus (a cook from Elis), won the sole event at the Olympics, the stade - a run of approximately 192 meters (210 yards). This made Coroebus the very first Olympic champion in history. The ancient Olympic Games grew and continued to be played every four years for nearly 1200 years. In 393 CE, the Roman emperor Theodosius I , a Christian, abolished the Games because of their pagan influences.
Extractions: Score Silver Bronze Mouritius Peeters, NED Harry Ryan, GBR Lucien Michard, FRA Jacob Meijer, NED Jean Cugnot, FRA Roger Beaufrand, FRA Antoine Mazairac, NED Willy Falck Hansen, DEN Jacobus van Egmond, NED Louis Chaillot, FRA Bruno Pellizzari, ITA Toni Merkens, GER Arie van Vliet, NED Louis Chaillot, FRA Mario Ghella, ITA Reg Harris, GBR Axel Schandroff, DEN Enzo Sacchi, ITA Lionel Cox, AUS Werner Potzernheim, GER Michel Rousseau, FRA Guglielmo Presenti, ITA Dick Ploog, AUS Sante Gaiardoni, ITA Leo Sterckx, BEL Valentino Gasparella, ITA Giovanni Pettenella, ITA Sergio Bianchetto, ITA Daniel Morelon, FRA Daniel Morelon, FRA Giordano Turrini, ITA
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Extractions: OLYMPIC HISTORY Track and road cycling have been part of the Games since 1896. Over the years, events have come and gone, distances have been altered, from the one lap race last seen in 1908 to the 12-hour race which made its only appearance at those inaugural Games in Athens. In Sydney, three events will be added to the programme: the Madison, the Keirin and the Olympic sprint. One race that has stood the test of time is the 1,000m match sprint, though there is no result for 1908, when the race was declared void and officials refused to allow it to be rerun. Two of the British riders in the final, Bejamin Jones and Clarence Kingsbury, both suffered punctures and dropped out, while Marice Schilles, of France, and Victor Johnson, of Britain, raced for the line, the Frenchman just getting the edge. However, they were outside the time limit of 1min 45sec and Schilles remains one of the Olympic champions that never officially was. If there was an element of British fixing in that race in London, the fixing of the event in Berlin 1936 was somewhat more blatant: Toni Merkens, of Germany, it was agreed by judges, had deliberately swerved into the path of Arie van Vliet, of the Netherlands, and gone on to take the title. The Dutch protest was upheld but rather than disqualify Merkens and promote Van Vliet, officials fined Merkens DM100 (about £30 in today's money). Van Vliert was compensated with victory in the 1,000m time trial the next day. Merkens died soon after being wounded in action on the Russian front in the Second World War.
USA CYCLING 9/2/1999 1USA cycling2000 olympic GAMESATHLETE NOMINATION PROCEDURESBoard Approved by USA cycling 5/10/99Primary Objective Nominate and prepare the U.S. athletes most capable of history of strong teamwork cohesion, consistency, unity anddedication to preparation camps and competitionolympic TEAM NOMINATION PROCESS PHILOSOPHYUSA cyclings http://www.usacycling.org/upload/olynom.pdf
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Extractions: 2000 Sydney Olympic Games Links Click here for Olympic Stuff Links UK Click Here UK Click here UK Click here This page has links that will help you find the latest news and best sites about the Olympic Games and the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games Click here for 2002 SLC Games Links or here for Olympic Games Links Visit our Olympic Games Stuff Links to find cool Olympic gear Click here for the Medal Table from the BBC or CNN Top News for the Sydney Olympic Games News.com.au 12/5/02 Threat to Olympics was real, says Ryan News.com.au 12/4/02 Revealed: plot to attack Olympics NJ.com 8/5/02 USOC asks for review of taekwondo judging at Sydney Olympics CNN 4/2/02 Sydney chief briefs Greek officials ... Click here for previous news articles about the Games since 1998 Olympic Sports Links Summer Baseball Basketball Boxing Cycling ... Volleyball Winter Alpine Skiing Biathlon Bobsled Cross Country Skiing ... Speed Skating The Official Olympic Sites International Olympic Committee
Extractions: AFP/Patrick Kovarik SYDNEY, Australia (CNNSI.com) Felicia Ballanger of France won the 500-meter women's time trial Saturday. The world champion finished in 34.140 seconds. Michelle Ferris of Australia got the silver medal in 34.696 and Jiang Cuihua of China the bronze at 34.768. Chris Witty, who won two speedskating medals for the United States in Nagano two years ago and was trying to become only the fourth athlete to win Summer and Winter medals, was fifth. In the men's kilometer time trial, Jason Queally of Britain won gold with an Olympic record of 1:01.609. Stefan Nimke of Germany got the silver in 1:02.487 and Australian Shane Kelly won bronze in 1:02.818. World champion Roberto Bartko of Germany set an Olympic record of 4:18.972 in preliminary competition of the men's 4,000 meter individual pursuit.
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Extractions: Melton Olympic Cycling Club Welcome to the Melton Olympic Cycling Club website. Welcome to the Melton Olympic Cycling Club Web Site! M.O.C.C. was formed in the. Olympic year of 1980 http://www.mocc.co.uk/ THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF THE OLYMPIC MOVEMENT International Olympic Committee - Discover the organisation, the heroes, the past Games, the news of the Olympic movement, Live sports news, the Olympic Museum. http://www.olympics.com/ Cycling British Olympic Association - Sports - Summer - Cycling ... beginning in 1871. Cycling was first introduced to the Olympic programme at the Games ... from the 1904 Olympic Games in St Louis. Cycling returned to the Olympic programme as part ... http://www.olympics.org.uk/sports/summer/cycling.asp Airedale Olympic Cycle Club ... Welcome to the Airedale Olympic home page. This North Leeds based cycle club aims to bring together cyclists and provide ... Revolution, Velodrome. UK Track Cycling comes of age. Be ... http://www.airedale-olympic.org.uk/
Australian Institute Of Sport - Track Cycling history of Track cycling. that have attended the AIS, winning medals at olympic Games,World The AIS Track cycling Team have a rigorous training schedule with http://www.ausport.gov.au/ais/trackcycle/history.htm
Extractions: History of Track Cycling The AIS Track Cycling program was formally opened on 25 February 1987 in Adelaide, South Australia to coincide with the appointment of David (Charlie) Walsh as the Australian Cycling Federation National Track Coach. This program was formed to prepare athletes for competition at the International level in Cycling and to produce the best results possible. To date, we have achieved incredible success with 94% of athletes that have attended the AIS, winning medals at Olympic Games, World Championships and Commonwealth Games. Did you know? second place in the World, splitting Russia and East Germany. No. 1 Commonwealth Nation 6 out of 6 gold 4 out of 5 bronze and broke 5 Commonwealth Records At the 1995 Track World Championships in Colombia, Shane Kelly broke the 1km Time Trial World record in a time of 1.00.613. This is how he earned the title "THE MINUTE MAN". th rd rd nd Olympics and the 1 st for Alayna Burns, Graeme Brown, Sean Eadie, Lyndelle Higginson, Brett Lancaster, Luke Roberts and Michael Rogers.
Australian Institute Of Sport - Road Cycling history of Road cycling There are many cycling events but the 3 primary disciplinesconducted at the olympic Games are Track, Road and Mountain Bike. http://www.ausport.gov.au/ais/roadcycle/history.htm
Extractions: History of Road Cycling: Cycling has enjoyed resurgence in Australia due largely to the success of Australian cyclists overseas. In recent years Australian Professionals such as Phil Anderson, Neil Stephens, Robbie McEwen and Stuart OGrady have enjoyed stage wins in the Worlds biggest cycle race, "Le Tour de France". Phil Anderson and Stuart OGrady remain the only two Australians to ever wear the leaders yellow jersey. Technology advances are making considerable differences to the average speeds of cyclists. At the 1992 Olympic Games, Britains Chris Boardman won the 4000m Individual Pursuit on his new "high-tech" bike, using lightweight and aerodynamic materials produced by Formula One racing car manufacturer, Lotus. Commonly used materials in a bicycles structure are carbon-fibre, titanium and aluminium. There are many Cycling events but the 3 primary disciplines conducted at the Olympic Games are Track, Road and Mountain Bike. Both Track and Road Cycling are Commonwealth Games disciplines, however Mountain Bike is still yet to be introduced. Did you know?
Extractions: and Olympic History Future spot for architect's drawing! The IISOH effectively has two divisions the Library and the Museum. The Board of Directors are seeking benefactor(s) to endow each division with a $25 million donation. An endowment will also be sought for the theatre in the amount of $25 million. The benefactor(s) will then be offered the opportunity to name the Library, Museum or theatre, subject to the final approval of the Board of Directors. Our plans are to construct facilities on a campus approximately 300 acres in size. This will allow us have room for expansion in the decades to come as we increase the endowment and add sports facilities to the educational program. Sports fields are desirable in order to teach through participation and play. If we have a baseball field we can teach the history of baseball by playing a game using 1860 rules for 3 innings, then playing by modern rules for 3 innings. In the basement of the Museum we could have a bowling alley from the 1800's where the pins have to be set by hand, and right next to it have a modern bowling alley that is fully automated. Our visitors can go bowling either way. Consider the possibilities for each and every sport this means a lot of space is needed.
Extractions: Cycling (18-22 Sept) The velodrome is part of the Athens Olympic Sports Complex, which also houses the main stadium and the tennis centre. It has been among the more controversial of the Olympic projects due to the ambitious nature of the structure's glass and steel roof. Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava is responsible for the design, as well as that of the much-delayed main stadium, and there was much relief when the velodrome roof was finally put in place at the end of March. Once completed, it will seat 5,000 spectators and host the Olympic and Paralympic track cycling events. In This Section Queally facing Athens woe Hushovd hurries to victory Rebellin to miss Tour Strong finish for Britain GB men take team silver Staff collects gold for GB Hoy wins 1km gold Ulmer claims world record GB sprinters claim bronze Winn anger over drug case Mayo edges out Armstrong Beloki slams medicine ban Cunego wins Giro d'Italia Sciandri bows out Winn delight at selection