Tokyo 2020 Olympic Individual Time Trial and Paralympic Cycling Courses at the Foot of Mount Fuji

The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) and the Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (Tokyo 2020) today announced the routes for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic cycling individual time trial event and the Paralympic cycling road race, individual time trial and team relay events. With this announcement, courses for all Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic road cycling events are now confirmed.

The courses published today will all start and end at the historic Fuji Speedway motor racing circuit against the scenic backdrop of Mount Fuji. It features many gradients and downhill sections and is likely to provide some spectacular competition between the world's best athletes in these races.

Olympic Cycling

Individual Time Trial (men/women)

  • Start and finish: Fuji Speedway
  • Distance: men's course approximately 44.2km (two laps of 22.1km); women's course approximately 22.1km (one lap of 22.1km)
  • Elevation gain: men's course approximately 846m; women's course approximately 423m
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Paralympic Cycling

Road Race (men/women) classes B, H1 to 5, T1 and 2, C1 to 5

  • Start and finish: Fuji Speedway
  • Distance: approximately 13.2km per lap
    Number of laps will differ from class to class
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Individual Time Trial (men/women) classes B, H1 to 5, T1 and 2, C1 to 5

  • Start and finish: Fuji Speedway
  • Distance: approximately 8.0km per lap
    Number of laps will differ from class to class
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Team Relay (mixed) classes H1 to 5

  • Start and finish: Fuji Speedway
  • Distance: approximately 2.7km per lap
  • Number of laps: Three athletes per team will each cycle three laps
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Materials provided by the UCI

for Olympic courses(Open in a new window)
for Paralympic courses(Open in a new window)

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Olympic Sports Cycling
"Cycling has been an Olympic sport since the first modern Games at Athens 1896. The sport has four exciting disciplines: Track, Road, BMX and Mountain Bike."

Paralympic Sports Cycling
"Originally developed as a sport for blind athletes, who first competed using tandem bicycles, Cycling is now one of the largest and most varied sports on the Paralympic programme."