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Olympic Men's Kilometer Time Trial (Track) Results

The kilometer (often called the "Kilo") is a individual track race timed from a standing start. It is an event at which sprinters excel.

Generally competitors use fully aerodynamic bikes with front and rear disc wheels.

In 2005 it was decided that the very popular men's 1,000 meter time trial as well as the women's 500 meter time trial be dropped to make room for BMX in the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

Wait, the kilo has been given a reprieve, it's now part of the Omnium.

Year, City

Gold

Silver

Bronze

1928, Amsterdam Willy Falck-Hansen
1min 14.4sec
Gerard Bosch van Drakestein Edgar Gray
1932, Los Angeles Edgar Gray
1min 13.0sec
Jacobus Van Egmond Charles Rampelberg
1936, Berlin Arie Van Vliet
1min 12.0sec
Pierre Georget Rudolf Karsch
1948, London Jacques Dupont
1min 13.5sec
Pierre Nihant Thomas Godwin
1952, Helsinki Russel Mockridge
1min 11.1sec
Marino Morettini Raymond Robinson
1956, Melbourne Leandro Faggin
1min 9.8sec
Ladislav Foucak Alfred Swift
1960, Rome Sante Gaiardoni
1min 7.27sec
Dieter Gieseler Rostislav Vargashkin
1964, Tokyo  Patrick Sercu
1min 9.59sec
Giovanni Pettenella Pierre Trentin
1968, Mexico City Pierre Trentin
1min 3.91sec
Niels Freborg Janusz Kierzkowski
1972, Munich  Niels Fredborg
1min 6.44sec
Danny Clark Jurgen Schutze
1976, Montreal Klaus-Jurgen Gruenke
1min 5.297sec
Michel Vaarten Niels Fredborg
1980, Moscow Lothar Thoms
1min 2.955sed
Aleksandr Panfilov David Weller
1984, Los Angeles Fredy Schmidtke
1min 6.10sec
Curtis Harnett Fabrice Colas
1988, Seoul Alexander Kirichenko
1min 4.499sec
Martin Vinnicombe Robert Lechner
1992, Barcelona Jose Manuel Moreno
1min 3.342sec
Shane Kelly Erin Hartwell
1996, Atlanta Florian Rousseau
1min 2.712sec
Erin Hartwell Takanobu Jumonji
2000, Sidney Jason Queally
1min 1.609sec
Stefan Nimke Shane Kelly
2004, Athens Chris Hoy
(Great Britain)
1min .711sec
Arnaud Tourant
(France)
1min .896sec
Stefan Nimke
(Germany)
1min 1.186sec
Event discontinued after Athens Olympic Games