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The 1893 track cycling world championships were the inaugural world championships for track cycling. Before then there had been events described as world championships but without ratification by a world cycling authority. The creation of the International Cycling Association in 1892 made internationally recognised championships possible.

They took place in Chicago, United States. There were three events: sprint, stayers' race (motor-paced) and a 10 km, now classified as a scratch race. The rules allowed for a team race but it was not held. Races were held only for amateurs. Winners received a gold medal and all other participants a silver.

The USA took two of the three gold medals. The table below shows the position had gold, silver and bronze medals been awarded.


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The 1893 track cycling world championships were the inaugural world championships for track cycling. Before then there had been events described as world championships but without ratification by a world cycling authority. The creation of the International Cycling Association in 1892 made internationally recognised championships possible.

They took place in Chicago, United States. There were three events: sprint, stayers' race (motor-paced) and a 10 km, now classified as a scratch race. The rules allowed for a team race but it was not held. Races were held only for amateurs. Winners received a gold medal and all other participants a silver.

The USA took two of the three gold medals. The table below shows the position had gold, silver and bronze medals been awarded.


1893 ICA Track Cycling World Championships sections
Intro  Medal summary  Medals table  External links  

PREVIOUS: IntroNEXT: Medal summary
<<>>