Shimano Leads 🥇 Gold Medal Haul so far vs SRAM vs Campagnolo, Olympics Tokyo 2020

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Tokyo Cycling’s Olympic 🥇Gold Medals – Shimano heads the table

In the UK we have a great time saying which geographic region or other national category wins the most medals – it’s usually Yorkshire or Scotland or Public Schools. Perhaps in the USA, you do it by State?

Here is yet another way of looking at the Cycling medals so far at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Shimano is making a Big use of the advantage of home soil (&pave)!

GoldSilverBronzeTotal
Shimano62210
SRAM2226
Campagnolo0112

 

Race Details

Men’s Road Race

  • Gold Medal
    • Ricardo Carapaz (ECU)
      • Team Ineos
      • Shimano
  • Silver Medal
    • Wout Van Aert (BEL)
      • Team Jumbo Visma
      • Shimano
  • Bronze Medal
    • Tadej Pogacar (SLO)
      • Team UE
      • Campagnolo

 

 

Women’s Road Race

  • Gold Medal
    • Anna Kiesenhofer (AUT)
      • Independent
      • Shimano
  • Silver Medal
    • Annemiek van Vleuten (NED)
      • Team Movistar
      • SRAM
  • Bronze Medal
    • Elisa Longho Borghini (ITA)
      • Team Trek-Segafrredo
      • SRAM

 

Men’s TT

  • Gold Medal
    • Primoz Roglic
      • Team Jumbo Visma
      • Shimano
  • Silver Medal
    • Tom Dumoulin
      • Team Jumbo Visma
      • Shimano
  • Bronze Medal
    • Rohan Dennis
      • Team Ineos
      • Shimano

 

Women’s TT

  • Gold Medal
    • Annemiek van der Vleuten (NED)
      • Team Movistar
      • SRAM
  • Silver Medal
    • Marlen Reusser (SUI)
      • Team Alé LTB Ljubliana
      • Campagnolo
  • Bronze Medal
    • Anna van der Breggen
      • Team SD Workx
      • SRAM

 

Men’s XC

 

  • Gold Medal
    • Tom Pidcock (GBR)
      • Ineos Grenadiers
        • Shimano
  • Silver Medal
    • Mathias Flueckiger (SUI)
      • Thömus RN Racing Team
        • Shimano
  • Bronze Medal
    • David Valero Serrano (ESP)
      • BH TEMPLO CAFES UCC
        • Shimano

 

 

Women’s XC

 

  • Gold Medal
    • Jolanda Neff (SUI)
      • Trek Factory Racing
        • SRAM
  • Silver Medal
    • Sina Frei (SUI)
      • Specialized Factory Racing
        • SRAM
  • Bronze Medal
    • Linda Indergand (SUI)
      • Liv Factory Racing
        • Shimano

 

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