Cycling at the 1896 Summer Olympics
333 ⅓ m time trial
Sprint ( 2000 m )
12 -hour race
Adolf narrow described the course of the rather monotonous race, which was carried out with pacemakers, in his memoirs how I lost an Olympic laurel - and won. Then he took the early morning hours and the growing reluctance of its competitors, to eject a lap ahead, he could defend to the finish. After only a narrow and could Keeping hope of victory made , the two agreed on a break.
Road race (87 km)
The road race was the Athens Marathon and played back on the track. After Konstantinidis had suffered on the way back to Athens twice a glitch, he borrowed the bike a standing spectator at the track and laid back the last few kilometers.