100 kilometre Team Time Trial Olympic Games and UCI World Championships

 For Velo Aficionado’s who like all the details here’s a summary of every 100 km Olympic and UCI World Championship Team Time Trial event.

World Championships Team Time Trial 1962 – 1994 and Olympic Games 1960 to 1992.

1960 Rome Italy Olympic Games 100 km

First 100 km Amateur Team Time Trial Olympic Event

Knud Enemark Jensen of Denmark participated in the 100 km Team Time Trial event in Rome he collapsed during the race, fractured his skull, and was pronounced dead in a nearby Rome hospital shortly thereafter. The autopsy showed he had taken amphetamine and another drug, Roniacol (Ronicol/Roniacol Retard, Nicotinyl alcohol tartrate), a direct-acting peripheral vasodilator that causes flushing and may decrease blood pressure. He was also reported as swallowing eight pills of phenylisopropylamine and fifteen pills of amphetamine and coffee. On March 24, 1961, the three physicians who performed the autopsy submitted a final report stating that the death was caused by a heat wave, not by the drugs found in his body. The chairman of the Dutch cycling federation, Piet van Dijk, said of Rome that “dope – whole cartloads -[were] used in such royal quantities.”

1st ITALY 2:14:33.53 AVS 44.5930 km/h
Antonio Bailetti | Ottavio Cogliati | Giacomo Fornoni | Livio Trape

2nd UNIFIED GERMANY 2:16:57 AVS 43.8116 km/h
Egon Adler | Erich Hagen | Gunter Lorke | Gustav-Adolf Schur

3rd SOVIET UNION 2:18:42 AVS 43.2588 km/h
Viktor Kapitonov | Yevgeni Klevtsov | Yuri Melikhov | Aleksei Petrov

1962 Salo Brescia Italy UCI World Championships – out and back course of 54km total distance 108 km First 100 km Amateur Team Time Trial UCI World Championship Event

Ist ITALY 2:28:48.5 43.5483 km/h
Maria Maino | Dino Zandegu | Danilo Grassi | Antonio Tagliani

2nd DENMARK 2:30:46 42.9803 km/h
Ole Krøier | Mogens Tvilling | Vagn Bangsborg | Ole Ritter

3rd URUGUY 2:31:12.7 42.8571 km/h
Juan José Timón | René Pezzati | Ruben Etchebarne | Vid Cencic Cencic

1963  Renaix UCI World Championships a Belgian city in the Flemish province of East Flanders 100 km

1st FRANCE 02:05:45.95 AVS 47.7137 km/h
Dominique Motte | Marcel-Ernest Bidault | Michel Bechet | Georges Chappe

2nd ITALY 02:06: 22.97 AVS 47.4808 km/h
Dino Zandegu | Danilo Grassi | Fabrizio Fabbri | Mario Maino

3rd USSR 02:06:23.50 AVS 47.4746 km/h
Gaynan Saydkhuzkhin | Yury Afanasyevich | Melikhov | Viktor Kapitonov | Anatolij Olizarenko

1964  3rd August  Sallanches UCI World Championships – Albertville a commune in the Haute-Savoie department in the Rhône-Alpes region in south-eastern France. First time televised. 100 km

1st ITALY 02:07:20 AVS 47.1204 km/h
Severino Andreoli | Luciano Dalla Bona | Pietro Guerra | Ferruccio Manza,

2nd SPAIN 02:11:04.41 45.7782 km/h
Luis Pedro Santamarina Antonana | Ramon Saez Marzo | José Ramon Goyeneche Bilbao | Gines Garcia Peran

3rd BELGIUM 02:11:55.57 45.4832 km/h
René Heuvelmans | Roland De Neve | Roland Van de Ryse | Albert Van Vlierberghe

1964 Tokyo Japan Olympic Games 109 km

1st NETHERLANDS 2:26:31.19 AVS 44.6365 km/h
Evert Dolman | Gerben Karstens | Johannes Aloysius Pieterse | Hubertus Balthazar Zoet

2nd ITALY 2:26:55 AVS 44.5150 km/h
Severino Andreoli | Luciano Dalla Bona | Pietro Guerra | Ferruccio Manza

3rd SWEDEN 2:27:11 AVS 44.4343 km/h
Gosta Pettersson | Erik Petersson | Sture Petersson | Sven Hamrin

1965  Lasarte-Oria – San Sebastián UCI World Championships Province of Gipuzkoa, in the Autonomous Community of Basque Country, northern Spain. The first World Championships held in Spain. 100km

1st ITALY 2:22:03 AVS 42.2386 kmh
Pietro Guerra | Luciano Dalla Bona | Mino Denti | Giuseppe Soldi

2nd SPAIN 2:22:13 AVS 42.1891 km/h
Miguel Maria | Lasa Urquia | José Manuel Lopez Rodriguez | Ventura Diaz Arrey

3rd FRANCE 2:24:06 AVS 41.6377 km/h
André Desvages | Gerard Swertvaeger | Henri Heintz | Claude Lechatelier

1966 25 August Cologne Germany UCI World Championships Course through the Rhein-Erft-Kreis from Kölner Müngersdorfer Stadium beginning and finishing in the stadium. The race was run during heavy storms. 100 km – 17 Teams started.

1st DENMARK 2:09:03 AVS 46.4936 km/h
Verner Blaudzun | Jørgen Emil Hansen | Fleming Wisborg | Ole Højlund

2nd Netherlands 02:09:27s AVS 46.3499 km/h
Eddy Beugels | Harry Steevens | Tiemen Groen | Rini Wagtmans

3rd ITALY 02:10:05 AVS 46.1242 km/h
Attilio Benfatto | Luciano Dalla Bona | Pietro Guerra | Mino Denti

1967 Heerlen Netherlands UCI World Championships Province of Limburg where 2012 World’s will be held. The first year the Swedish Fåglum brothers began their domination of the 100 km teams time trial. Gösta, Sture, Erik and Tomas Pettersson. The name Fåglum comes from the place Fåglum in Essunga Municipality where they once raced for the same club.  96.4 km

1st SWEDEN 2:03:07 AVS 46.9798 km/h
Gösta Pettersson | Sture Pettersson | Erik Pettersson | Tomas Pettersson.

2nd DENMARK 2:03:23  AVS 46.8782 km/h
Henning Petersen | Leif Mortensen | Jørgen Emil Hansen | Verner Blaudzun,

3rd ITALY 2:03:46 AVS 46.7330 km/h
Lorenzo Bosisio | Benito Pigato | Vittorio Marcelli | Flavio Martini

1968 Montevideo – Imola UCI World Championships first world championships in South America, the Olympics were held that year in Mexico so it was decided that the worlds would be held nearby too. 100km The smallest number of teams ever to compete, only eight teams were on the start line in Montevideo. Few teams took part because of the high expense involved with traveling from Europe.

1st SWEDEN No Distance Given Approx 100km
Gösta Pettersson | Sture Pettersson | Erik Pettersson | Tomas Pettersson. (Reputedly the fastest time ever to that point AVS 49,651)

2nd SWITZERLAND
Walter Bürki | Robert Thalmann | Erich Spahn | Bruno Hubschmid

3rd ITALY
Benito Pigato | Giovanni BramucciI | Flavio Martini | Vittorio Marcelli

1968 Mexico City – Mexico Olympic Games 100 km

1st NETHERLANDS in 2:07:49.06 AVS 46.9422 km/h
Fedor Den Hertog | Jan Krekels | Rene Pijnen | Hendrik Joop Zoetmelk

2nd SWEDEN  2:09:26.60 AVS 46.3559 km/h
Gosta Pettersson | Erik Petersson | Sture Petersson | Tomas Faglum-Petersson

3rd ITALY 2:10:18.74 AVS 46.0475 km/h
Giovanni Bramucci | Vittorio Marcelli | Mauro Simonetti | Pierfranco Vianelli

1969 Brno – Czech Republic  UCI World Championships The Fåglum brothers made the Swedish Crescent brand bicycle famous by winning all threes times on the Crescent, as well as silver at the Mexico Olympics in 100km Teams time Trial. 96.9 km

1st SWEDEN 2:01:17 AVS 47.9373 km/h
Gösta Pettersson | Sture Pettersson | Erik Pettersson | Tomas Pettersson |

2nd DENMARK 2:03:02 AVS 47.2554 km/h
Leif Mortensen | Jørn Lund | Jørgen Emil Hansen | Mogens Frey

3rd SWITZERLAND 2:07:58 AVS 45.4337 km/h
Xaver Kurmann | Bruno Hubschmid | Josef Fuchs | Walter Bürki

1970 Leicester England UCI World Championships 100 km The 25 km course ran between Leicester and Nottingham

1st USSR 2:12:28 AVS 45.2944 km/h
Valery Yardy | Viktor Sokolov | Boris Shukov | Valery Likhatchov

2nd CZECH REPUBLIC  2:12:46 AVS 45.1920 km/h
Frantisek Rezáč  | Peter Matousek | Milan Puzrla  | Jiri Mainus

3rd NETHERLANDS 2:12:59 AVS 45.1184 km/h
Fedor den Hertog | Popke Oosterhof | Tino Tabak | Adri Duyker

1971  Mendrisio Switzerland UCI World Championships 100km

1st BELGIUM 2:12:31.72 AVS 45.2773 km/h
Ludo Van Der Linden |  Gustaaf Hermans | Louis Verreydt | Gustaaf Van Cauter

2nd NETHERLANDS 2:13:09.12 AVS 45.0619 km/h
Fedor Iwan den Hertog | Adri Duycker | Frits Schür | Arend van der Hoek

3rd POLAND 2:14:52.37 AVS 44.4828 km/h
Edward Barcik, Stanislaw Szozda, Lucjan Lis, Jan Smyrak

1972 Schäftlarn Munich Germany Olympic Games 100 km

1st USSR  2:11:17.8 AVS 45.7026 km/h
Boris Shukhov | Valery Yardy | Gennadi Komnatov | Valery Likhachev

2nd POLAND 2:11:48 AVS 45.5235 km/h
Edward Barcik | Lucjan Lis | Stanislaw Szozda | Ryszard Szurkowski

3rd NETHERLANDS (No Results)


1973  Montjuïc Barcelona UCI World Championships Spain 100 km

1st POLAND 2.03.29.1 AVS 48.5895 km/h
Tadeusz Mytnik | Lucjan Lis sr. | Stanislaw Szozda | Ryszard Jan Szurkowski

2nd USSR 2:05:11.8 AVS 47.9297 km/h
Youri Mikhailov | Sergey Sinizin | Boris Shukov | Gennadiy Komnatov

3rd  SWEDEN 2:06.41.6 AVS 47.3621 km/h
Lennart Fagerlund | Tord Filipsson | Leif Hansson | Sven-Åke Nilsson

1974  Montreal Canada UCI World Championships 100km

1st  SWEDEN 2:12:22  AVS 45.3286 km/h
Tord Filipsson | Bernt Johansson |Lennart Fagerlund | Sven-Åke Nilsson

2nd USSR 2:12:24 AVS 45.3172 km/h
Gennadiy Komnatov | Rinat Sarafaoulin | Vladimir Kaminski | Valeri Andreyevich Chaplygin

3rd GERMANY 2:15:15 AVS 44.3622 km/h
Hans-Joachim Hartnick | Karl-Dietrich Diers | Gerhard Lauke | Horst Tischoff

1975  Mettet Belgium (Professionals at Yvoir) UCI World Championships 100km – 28 Teams started

1st POLAND 2:09:07.1 AVS 46.4696 km/h
Stanislaw Szozda | Mieczyslaw Pawel Nowicki | Ryszard Jan Szurkowski | Tadeusz Mytnik

2nd USSR 2:09:12.6 AVS 46.4396 km/h
Gennadi Komnatov | Valeri Andreyevich Chaplygin | Aavo Pikkuus | Vladimir Kaminski

3rd CZECH REPUBLIC 2:10:46.6 AVS 45.8832 km/h
Peter Matousek | Vlastimil Moravec |  Tomáš Bucháček | Vladimir Vondracek

1976 Montreal Olympic Games Canada 100 km

1st USSR 2:08:53 46.5537 km/h
Anatoli Chukanov | Valeri Chaplygin | Vladimir Kaminski | Aavo Pikkuus

2nd POLAND 2:09:13 AVS 46.4336 km/h
Tadeusz Mytnik | Mieczyslaw Nowicki | Stanislaw Szozda | Ryszard Szurkowski

3rd DENMARK 2:12:20 AVS 45.3400 km/h
Verner Blaudzun | Gert Frank | Jorgen Hansen | Jorn Lund

1977 San Cristóbal UCI World Championships Venezuela 100km

1st USSR 2:10:39  AVS 45.9242 km/h
Aavo Pikkuus | Valeri Andreyevich Chaplygin | Vladimir Kaminski | Anatoliy Chukanov

2nd ITALY 2:13:07 AVS 45.0732 km/h
Mirko Bernardi | Dino Porrini | Vito Da Ros | Mauro De Pellegrin

3rd POLAND 2:13:29 44.9494 km/h
Mieczyslaw Pawel Nowicki | Czesław Lang | Stanislaw Szozda | Tadeusz Mytnik

1978 23rd September Brauweiler near Cologne Germany UCI World Championships – 50,000 spectators the most at any 100km teams time trial to date. 98.2 km

1st NETHERLANDS 01h 59m 51s AVS 49.1204 km/h
Bert Oosterbosch | Jan van Houwelingen | Guus Bierings | Bart van Est

2nd USSR 2:01:00 AVS 48.6942 km/h
Vladimir Kusnezov | Algirdas Guzawitschus | Vladimir Kaminski | Aavo Pikkuus

3rd SWITZERLAND 2:01:29 AVS 48.5004 km/h
Gilbert Glaus | Stefan Mutter | Richard Trinkler | Kurt Ehrensperger

1979  Valkenburg Netherlands UCI World Championships 100km

1st EAST GERMANY 1:58:29 AVS 50.6400 km/h
Bernd Drogan | Hans-Joachim Hartnick | Falk Boden | Andreas Petermann

2nd POLAND 2:00:33 AVS 49.7718 km/h
Witold Plutecki | Stefan Ciekanski | Jan Jankiewicz | Czesław Lang

3rd NORWAY 2:00:42  AVS 49.7100 km/h
Geir Digerud | Jostein Wilmann | Hans Petter Ødegaard | Morten Sæther

1980 MOSCOW Olympic Games 100 km

1st USSR 2:01:21.7 AVS 49.4437 km/h
Yuri Kashirin | Oleg Logvin | Sergei Shelpakov | Anatoli Yarkin

EAST GERMANY 2:02:23 AVS 49.0262 km/h
Falk Boden | Bernd Drogan | Olaf Ludwig | Hans-Joachim Hartnick

CZECHOSLOVAKIA 2:02:24 AVS 49.0196 km/h
Michal Klasa | Vlastibor Konecny | Alipi Kostadinov | Jiri Skoda

1981  Prague Czech Republic UCI World Championships 100km

1st EAST GERMANY 1:59:16 AVS 50.3074 kmh
Falk Boden | Mario Kummer | Olaf Ludwig | Bernd Drogan

2nd USSR 2:02:06 AVS 49.1400 km/h
S. Kadatsky | Oleg Logvin | Yuri Alekseyevich Kashirin |  Anatoly Yarkin

3rd CZECH REPUBLIC 2:02:28 AVS 48.9929 km/h
Milan Jurco | Jiri Skoda | Michal Klasa | Alipi Kostadinov

1982 Goodwood England UCI World Championships – bad weather marred the event. 100km

1st NETHERLANDS 2:14:09 AVS 44.7260 km/h
Frits van Bindsbergen | Maarten Ducrot | Gerrit Solleveld | Gerard ‘Geert’ Schipper

2nd SWITZERLAND 2:14:46 AVS 44.5213 kmh
Alfred Achermann | Daniel Heggli | Richard Trinkler | Urs Zimmermann

3rd USSR 2:14:53 AVS 44.4828 km/h
Oleg Logvin | Yuri Alekseyevich Kashirin |  Sergei Voronin | Oleg Chujda Petrovitch

1983 Altenrhein Switzerland UCI World Championships – course on the Autobahn from Altenrhein to Monlingen and back. 100km

1st USSR 1:59:12 AVS 50.3355 km/h
Yuri Alekseyevich Kashirin | Oleg Chujda Petrovitch | Sergei Navolokin | Alexandre (Sasha) Zinoviev

2nd SWITZERLAND 2:00:53 AVS 49.6346 km/h
Benno Wiss | Othmar Häfliger | Daniel Heggli | Heinz Imboden

3rd NORWAY 2:01:29 49.3894 km/h
Dag Hopen | Hans Petter Ødegaard | Terje Gjengaard | Tom Pedersen

1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games USA 100 km

1st ITALY 1:58:28 AVS 50.6471 km/h
Marcello Bartalini | Marco Giovannetti | Eros Poli | Claudio Vandelli

2nd SWITZERLAND 2:02:38 AVS 48.9263 km/h
Alfred Achermann | Richard Trinkler | Laurent Vial | Benno Wiss

3rd UNITED STATES 2:02:46 AVS 48.8732 km/h
Ronald Kiefel | Roy Knickman | Davis Phinney | Andrew Weaver

1985  Giavera del Montello UCI World Championships Province Trevisio Region Veneto Italy 100km

1st USSR
Alexandre (Sasha) Zinoviev |  Igor Sumnikov | Viktor Klimov | Vassili Jdanov |

2nd CZECH REPUCLIC
Vladimir Hruza | Milan Kren | Michal Klasa | Milan Jurco

3rd Italy
Eros Poli | Claudio Vandelli | Massimo Podenzana | Marcello Bartalini

1986 4 September Colorado Springs UCI World Championships USA 100km

1st NETHERLANDS 2:00:10 AVS 49.9306 km/h
Rob Harmeling | John Talen | Tom Cordes | Gerrit De Vries

2nd ITALY 2:01:48 AVS 49.2610 km/h
Flavio Vanzella | Mario Scirea | Massimo Podenzana | Eros Poli

3rd EAST GERMANY 2:02:47 AVS 48.8665 km/h
Uwe Ampler | Mario Kummer | Uwe Raab | Dan Radtke

1987 2nd September Villach Austria UCI World Championships held on Autobahn from Villach to Italian border and return, with four turns, finishing on last few kms of road race circuit. 100 km. 26 Teams took part. Apparently at a meeting of UCI officials and team representatives prior to the race, the actual course distance was declared as being 101 km, not 100 km as stated on the timing sheets, if this is correct, not verified (Source : Australian Team Manager who was present at that meeting) the performances and times recorded at Villach are even more impressive.

1st ITALY 1.57.42 AVS 50.977km/h
Roberto Fortunato | Eros Poli | Mario Scirea | Flavio Vanzella

2nd USSR 1.57.54 AVS 50.891 km/h
Evgueni Zagrebelny | Igor Sumnikov | Asiat Saitov | Viktor Klimov

3rd AUSTRIA 1.59.41 AVS 50.132 km/h
Helmut Wechselberger | Bernhard Rassinger | Mario Traxl | Johann (Hans) Lienhart

1988 18 September Seoul South Korea Olympic Games 100 km

1st EAST GERMANY (Known as “The Grey Ghosts”) 1:57:47 AVS 50.9409 km/h
Uwe Ampler | Mario Kummer| Maik Landsmann | Jan Schur

2nd  POLAND 1:57:54 AVS 50.8905 km/h
Joachim Halupczok | Zenon Jaskula | Marek Lesniewski | Andrezej Sypytkowski

3rd SWEDEN 50.0904 km/h
Bjorn Johansson | Jan Karlsson | Michel Lafis | Anders Jarl

1989  Chambéry France UCI World Championships 100km

1st WEST GERMANY
Falk Boden | Maik Landsmann | Mario Kummer | Jan Schur |

2nd POLAND
Zenon Jaskula | Andrzej Sypytkowski | Joachim Halupczok | Marek Lesniewski

3rd USSR
Youri Manouilov |Dimitri Galkin | Viktor Klimov | Evgueni Zagrebelny

1990  Utsunomiya Japan UCI World Championships 100km

1st USSR
Oleg Galkin | Igor Patenko | Ruslan Zotov | Alexandr Markhovich

2nd EAST GERMANY
Uwe Peschel | Uwe Berndt | Falk Boden | Maik Landsmann

3rd WEST GERMANY
Michael Rich | Kai Hundertmarck | Raimund Lehnert |Rolf Aldag

1991  Stuttgart Germany UCI World Championships 99.1 km

1st ITALY 1:54:48.5 AVS 51.7944 km/h
Flavio Anastasia |  Luca Colombo | Gianfranco Contri | Andrea Peron

2nd GERMANY 1:57:21 AVS 50.6689 km/h
Bernd Dittert | Michael Rich | Uwe Berndt | Uwe Peschel

3rd NORWAY 1:57:39 AVS 50.5397 km/h
Stig Kristiansen | Johnny Sæther | Roar Skaane | Bjørn Stenersen

1992 26 July Barcelona Spain Olympic Games 102.8 km using the motorsports Circuit de Catalunya in Montmeló as the start – finish line.

Last time held at Olympic games

1st GERMANY 2:01:39 AVS 50.3082 km/h
Bernd Ditter | Christian Meyer | Uwe Peschel | Michael Rich

2nd ITALY 2:02:39 AVS 49.8980 km/h
Flavio Anastasia | Luca Colombo | Gianfranco Contri | Andrea Peron

3rd FRANCE 2:05:25 48.7973 km/h
Herve Boussard | Didier Faivre-Pierret | Philippe Gaumont | Jean-Louis Harel

1993  Oslo Norway UCI World Championships 100km

1st ITALY
Gianfranco Contri | Cristian Salvato | Rosario Fina | Rossano Brasi

2nd GERMANY
Andreas Walzer | Christian Meyer | Michael Rich | Uwe Peschel

3rd SWITZERLAND
Roman Jeker |  Beat Meister | Markus Kennel | Roland Meier

1994 Agrigento Italy UCI World Championships Last 100 km Amateur Team Time Trial UCI World Championship Event

1st ITALY
Gianfranco Contri | Luca Colombo | Cristian Salvato | Dario Andriotto

2nd FRANCE
Pascal Deramé | Dominique Bozzi | Jean-François Anti | Christophe Moreau

3rd GERMANY
Jan Schaffrath | Michael Rich | Uwe Peschel | Ralf Grabsch

Comments

  1. Hemmo says

    So Cobby, on a similar theme, what about the team premierships in NSW say 1970 – 2000, now that would be some research and there would be some great Aussie legend names come up also. Hemmo.

  2. says

    Thanks Hemmo, would need a bit of help with that one, but certainly
    would be interesting. Doing one on the Commonwealth Games, still
    researching, and also it’s taking a while to get some more stats on all
    Aussie results at international events. Get this Commonwealth Games
    Victoria, Canada 1994 Gold Australia 1:53:19.13 hours 2 Phil
    Anderson,Dennis Brett, Henk Vogels, Damian McDonald Apparently 99km
    course. That’s Av speed 52.4194 km/h. That’s faster than all results
    listed here at Olympics and World’s! Cobby

  3. Ricardo Fiorelli says

    This ought to be brought back at world champs. For amateur national teams with one goal each year, just like it was back then – what a spectacle. One tough discipline and thrilling to watch. Only four men, 100km, 50kph plus, sub two hour barrier.

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