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Cycling banner Friday, 10 November, 2000, 12:43 GMT
Jan Ullrich Top talent rewarded with gold haul
BBC Sport's Simon Brotherton reflects on Olympic cycle events in which the best talent shone to the fore.
Jan was the man
BBC Sport Online reviews the Sydney road cycling, where Jan Ullrich gained some revenge for Tour de France defeat by Lance Armstrong.
Viacheslav Ekimov Ekimov upsets form book
Russian Viacheslav Ekimov wins time trial gold against the odds as Chris Boardman and David Millar struggle.
Zijlaard completes golden treble
Dutch cyclist Leontien Zijlaard won her third gold of the Games after riding to victory in the women's time trial.
Golden finish for Ullrich
Former Tour de France winner Jan Ullrich takes the Olympic road race gold medal after a masterful display from his German team.
Brits find pace too hot
BBC Sport's Paul Cohen hears the British team explain their mixed performance in cycling's road race.
Cyclists take the scenic route
Having re-invigorated the Olympic movement Sydney is doing a fine job in promoting itself. BBC Sport's Paul Cohen reports.
Boardman: Illness forcing me to quit
Ex-Olympic champion Chris Boardman is suffering from a debilitating illness as he prepares for the men's individual time trial.
Gold for Mighty Mouse Martinez
France's Miguel Martinez adds the Olympic mountain bike cross country title to his World Championship and World Cup crowns.
Boardman raps long and winding road
British cyclist Chris Boardman has criticised the Olympic time trial course.
Pezzo wins amid crash row
Italian Paolo Pezzo takes the women's mountain bike gold but is accused of causing a pile-up.
British cyclists riding high
BBC Five Live's Simon Brotherton analyses the foundations on which Britain's Olympic cycling successes have been built.
Crash costs Brits more glory
Great Britain are narrowly and unluckily denied yet another Olympic cycling medal as Australia take the Madison race.
Gold at last for Italy
Italy finally wins its first cycling gold of the games, with Antonella Bellutti taking the women's points race on the last day of track racing.
Cyclist kicked out over drugs
Czech rider Jan Hruska is out of the Olympics after it was confirmed he tested positive for a banned substance, believed to be nandrolone.
MacLean angry after no medals
There is a clear measure of Britain's expectation in the velodrome as the judges leave Craig MacLean angry with eighth place.
Another cycling medal for Britain
Britain take third place in the Olympic cycling team pursuit competition after beating France in the bronze medal race-off.
Armstrong to ride through pain barrier
America's Tour de France hero Lance Armstrong declares himself fit to ride in the Olympics after recovering from a broken neck vertebra.
McGregor bronze makes history
Yvonne McGregor is the first woman ever to win a cycling medal for Great Britain after taking bronze in the 3,000m individual pursuit.
Olympic record for GB pursuit team
Great Britain's men set an Olympic record as they qualify in style for the quarter-finals of the team pursuit cycling event.
Secret of cycling success
Britain's cycling success in Sydney is being put down to British Cycling Federation peformance director Peter Keen - and a healthy injection of lottery cash.
Queally adds silver in team sprint
Time trial gold medallist Jason Queally leads Britain's cycling trio to a silver medal in the team sprint competition.
Queally wins gold for Britain
Cyclist Jason Queally wins Britain's first gold medal after setting a new Olympic record in the 1km time trial.
Armstrong sends warning to Sydney
Lance Armstrong wins the prestigious Grand Prix des Nations, well clear of Olympic rivals Chris Boardman and David Millar.
Sciandri wins amid Pantani row
Max Sciandri completes a memorable day for British cycling with a win but Italy's Marco Pantani is forced to defend himself once again.
Heras confirms supremacy
Roberto Heras wins the penultimate stage of the Tour of Spain, which he is now almost certain to win on Sunday.
Queally pays UK dividends
Gold medal winning cyclist Jason Queally came late to two wheels - and provides a clear return on recent investments in British sport.
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