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Who wins Men's time trial at the Olympics 2021?

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Cycling at the 2021 Summer Olympics – Men's road time trial

The 2021 Summer Olympics Men's Individual Time Trial is one of the cycling events that has been declared to run on the Tokyo roads. The race is set for 28 July 2021, covering approximately 44.2 km, even though the vertical gain is 846 meters. Two similar rolling laps are typically featured on the mountainous road in the race.

The race will begin from the Fuji Speedway motor racing circuit and run to finish the race at the same place. Overall the race, cyclists race on flat, rolling paths, and up mountain tracks against the clock. The bikers set off at high speeds as the first section runs downhill. After arriving at the race track, the first slope takes place 5 kilometers away. With an average gradient of around 4.5 percent, it is 5 kilometers uphill.

The riders return to the Fuji International Speedway immediately after the descent. With a 4.5 degree climbing, the tarmac is testing gravity once again. Before a rolling segment of more than 2 kilometers goes to the passage on the line, the uphill then levels out.

The second loop is exactly similar. At 846 meters, the overall vertical gain of the ITT is 200 meters less than at the Rio 2016 Summer Olympics. The route is also shorter—54.5 kilometers in Rio, 44.2 kilometers in Tokyo.

The race ultimately represents extreme competition throughout the race and plays an important role to make riders active the whole time. However, there are lots of riders taking part from many countries in the every Olympic races and we find the most important riders like recent winner Fabian Cancellara. Fabian Cancellara (Switzerland) won the gold medal in the 2016 ITT Rio Olympics event, finishing 47 seconds ahead of Tom Dumoulin (Netherlands) and 15 seconds behind Chris Froome (Great Britain).

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