Highlights: Carapaz Gold in Men's Road Cycling (Tokyo 2020)
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Complete podium

Medalla Nombre País
Gold Richard Carapaz Ecuador
Silver Wout Van Aert Belgium
Bronze Tadej Pogacar Slovenia
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The Ecuadorian wins the first Latin American gold in the Men's Road Cycling event.
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2 km to go

Last two km for the victory of Richard Carapaz.
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4 km to go

Urán sets off in pursuit of Carapaz.
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5 km to go

Carapaz attacks in search of the gold medal.
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7 km to go

There is a 13-second gap between the leaders and the chasers.
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10 km to go

The chasers are closing time on the leaders, forcing a nail-biting finish.
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13 km to go

The race leader is steadily approaching the podium position.
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18 km to go

The two riders are 33 seconds ahead of their pursuers.
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22 km to go

The final descent begins, before the decisive sprint.
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24 km to go

Richard Carapaz attacks and McNulty approaches, they take advantage of the rest.
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27 km to go

The ten riders in the lead attack and counterattack constantly before the last climb.
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32 km to go

The list increases with the arrival of Van Aert to the group of 10, who are in the lead and start the descent.
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35 km to go

Carapaz and Kiatowski join the leading group. Urán is close to the finish.
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37 km to go

Attack by Pogacar, Mculty and Woods, closely followed by the rest of the peloton.
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48 km to go

Belgium holds the start of the climb, and begins to discard riders like Nairo Quintana and Alejandro Valverde.
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40 km to go

Italy starts to set a steady pace, and to slow down the main group.
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48 km to go

The breakaway ends. The peloton catches up with the advanced riders, and they prepare for the climb.
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51 km to go

The peloton approaches to chase the breakaway.
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53 km to go

Damiano Carusso attacks, but the peloton catches him immediately.
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57 km to go

Problems for Jan Polanc, due to a mechanical breakdown from a minor crash.
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59 km to go

Quiet moment in the peloton, prior to the last climb of the race.
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63 km to go

The terrain of the racetrack ends, in a flat area, to then make the last ascent.
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67 km to go

Some riders are closing the peloton with physical difficulties.
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72 km to go

The peloton regroups on the flat part before the last climb of the competition.
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75 km to go

The favorites for the final stage of the race are beginning to emerge, with Belgium and Slovenia dominating.
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81 km to go

The breakaway finishes the ten-kilometer descent, and they head for the last part of the race.
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91 km to go

Ciccone imposes a devastating pace, and reduces the main group by a large number of riders.
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94 km to go

Denmark and Estonia are without their representatives due to exhaustion on the ascent of Mt. Fuji.
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98 km to go

Some riders continue to leave due to exhaustion, this time it is the case of Greg Van Avermaet, current Olympic champion, who worked for his country as a gregarious rider on this occasion.
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100 km to go

The gap between the breakaway and the peloton continues to decrease, putting the favorites looking to position themselves for victory.
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103 km to go

The riders who can't keep up the pace on the climb are starting to get cut off.
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105 km to go

The breakaway starts the second climb of the race, looking to continue to maintain the gap.
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110 km to go

The peloton stretches out, after the pace imposed by Belgium, who tries to select the group and get closer to the breakaway.
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114 km to go

The riders are on the flat between the first two climbs, with Belgium and Slovenia dominating.
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120 km to go

The long descent begins after the high part, with constant work by the Belgian team.
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133 km to go

The breakaway continues to deliver the May pace, preventing the peloton from deducting time from each other.
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137 km to go

The riders reach the rest area between the first and second climb.
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147 km to go

Namibia attacks, looking to increase its lead over the other riders.
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151 km to go

Slovenia and Spain move to the front of the peloton to continue looking to close in on the breakaway.
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154 km to go

Fall in the peloton. Great Britain, Turkey, Austria and Colombia have the first setback in the competition.
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158 km to go

The protagonists start to move at the front of the peloton.
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161 km to go

The first climb of the day begins.
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167 km to go

Slovenia takes the lead of the peloton and increases the pace of the competition.
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172 km to go

The Spanish team with Alejandro Valverde takes the lead of the peloton looking to cut the gap to the breakaway.
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173 km to go

The peloton remains united without giving any space to its rivals to face the most difficult part of the race.
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178 km to go

The teams choose to constantly hydrate the riders due to the high degree of heat in the country where the event takes place.
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180 km to go

The peloton is led by the Namibian rider who sets the pace in the chase for the breakaway.
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189 km to go

The peloton starts to be selected on the first climb.
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195 km to go

The first raindrops begin to show at the start of the first ascent.
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197 km to go

The breakaway riders begin to attack each other.
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206 km to go

The peloton increases the pace as the Belgian team imposed it.
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214 km to finish

The peloton is running in a leisurely fashion, not looking to close the gap for now.
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219 km to go

A breakaway is formed by a number of riders, including representatives from South Africa, Venezuela, Italy and Bhutan.
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Men's road cycling begins!

The teams begins in the road. 
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Competitors get ready

Cyclists approach the starting point for the start of the road cycling race.
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Equipment preparation

The teams perform the final warm-up exercises for the difficult test ahead in the Men's Road Race.
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We continue with the coverage

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How to watch Men's Cycling Road Live Stream on TV and Online?

If you want to watch live on TV, your options is: Olympic TV.
If you want to directly stream it: YouTube.
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Image tour

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What time is Men's Cycling Road for Olympic Games Tokyo 2020?

This is the start time of the Men's Cycling Road of 23th July 2021 in several countries:

Argentina: 23:00 hrs in Olympic TV
Bolivia: 22:00 hrs in Olympic TV
Brazil: 23:00 hrs in Olympic TV
Chile: 22:00 hrs in Olympic TV
Colombia: 21:00 hrs in Olympic TV
Ecuador: 21:00 hrs in Olympic TV
USA (ET): 22:00 hrs in Olympic TV
Mexico: 21:00 hrs in Olympic TV
Paraguay: 23:00 hrs in Olympic TV
Peru: 21:00 hrs in Olympic TV
Uruguay: 23:00 hrs in Olympic TV
Venezuela: 22:00 hrs in Olympic TV

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End point of the race

Fuji International Speedway is a racetrack located in Shizuoka, at the foot of Mount Fuji. Its main attraction was to host several Formula 1 races.
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Place where the competition starts

Musashinonomori Park, surrounded by Musashino Forest, is located in Fuchū, Tokyo Prefecture, Kantō.
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The route of the race in search of Olympic gold is as follows: Start: Musashinonomori Park, 47 m
Ascents: Doushi Road, 1121 m, Kagosaka, 1111 m, Fuji Sanroku, 1451 m, Mikuni Pass, 1171 m, Kagosaka Pass, 1111 m.
Finish: Fuji International Speedway, 591 m.
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Runners favored to win

The world figures of road cycling, who are favorites to win are: 
Tadej Pogacar, Remco Evenepoel, Wout van Aert, Julian Alaphillipe, Mathieu Van der Poel, Primoz Roglic and Rigoberto Urán.
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Colombian team for the men's road race

These are the cyclists chosen by the Colombian federation to represent the country in the Olympic Games:
Rigoberto Urán and Sergio Andrés Higuita (EF Nippo); Esteban Chaves (Bike Exchange), Nairo Quintana (Arkea Samsic) and Daniel Martínez (Team Ineos).
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Most medals per runner

The only cyclist to have won more than one medal in different Olympic Games has been: Alexandr Vinokurov with one gold and one silver medal for a total of 2 medals.
Country: Kazakhstan
Venue: Sydney'2000 and London'2012
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Countries with the highest number of medals

First Italy with six gold medals, three silver medals and zero bronze medals for a total of nine medals.
Second Germany with two gold, two silver and three bronze medals for a total of seven medals.
Third France with two gold, two silver and zero bronze medals for a total of four medals.
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Latest winners at Rio 2016

These are the winners of the last edition of the Olympics:
Greg Van Avermaet: Gold medalist
Jakob Diemer Fuglsang: Silver Medal
Rafał Majka: Bronze Medal
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Start of transmission

Hello, my name is Juan Quintero and we are here to cover the Men's Road Cycling event, in search of the Olympic medal by the world's elite riders.