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List of Olympic records in cycling

This is the list of Olympic records in cycling.

Men's records

♦ denotes a performance that is also a current world record. Statistics are correct as of the end of the 2012 Summer Olympics.

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Ref
Flying 200 m time trial(progression) 9.713 Jason Kenny  Great Britain 4 August 2012 2012 Olympic Games London, Great Britain [1]
1 km time trial(progression) 1:00.711 Chris Hoy  Great Britain 20 August 2004 2004 Olympic Games Athens, Greece [1][2]
Team sprint(progression) 42.600 Philip Hindes
Chris Hoy
Jason Kenny
 Great Britain 2 August 2012 2012 Olympic Games London, Great Britain [1]
4000 m individual pursuit(progression) 4:15.031 Bradley Wiggins  Great Britain 15 August 2008 2008 Olympic Games Beijing, China [1][3]
4000 m team pursuit (progression) ♦3:51.659 Ed Clancy
Steven Burke
Peter Kennaugh
Geraint Thomas
 Great Britain 3 August 2012 2012 Olympic Games London, Great Britain [1][4]

Women's records

♦ denotes a performance that is also a current world record. Statistics are correct as of the end of the 2012 Summer Olympics.

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Ref
Flying 200 m time trial(progression) 10.724 Victoria Pendleton  Great Britain 5 August 2012 2012 Olympic Games London, Great Britain [5]
500 m time trial(progression) 33.952 Anna Meares  Australia 20 August 2004 2004 Olympic Games Athens, Greece [5]
Team sprint(progression) 32.422 Gong Jinjie
Guo Shuang
 China 2 August 2012 2012 Olympic Games London, Great Britain [5]
3000 m individual pursuit(progression) 3:24.537 Sarah Ulmer  New Zealand 22 August 2004 2004 Olympic Games Athens, Greece [5]
3000m team pursuit*(progression) ♦3:14.051 Dani King
Laura Trott
Joanna Rowsell
 Great Britain 4 August 2012 2012 Olympic Games London, Great Britain [5]

* In 2016, the 3000 m team pursuit with 3 riders will be replaced by a 4000 m team pursuit with 4 person riders.

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