Cyclist Tanel Kangert finished 22nd in the time trial road race at the Tokyo Olympics, trailing Slovenian winner Primož Roglic by just over four minutes.
31-year old Primož Roglic was in complete command of the entire race, finishing the 44.2 km course with a time of 55:04 to take the gold medal, while also setting the fastest times in all but the first checkpoint. He finished a minute and one second clear of second place Tom Dumoulin (Netherlands) and a minute and three seconds ahead of Aussie Dennis Rohan.
Kangert finished the course with a time of 59:05, 4:01 behind Roglic.
A total of 39 men took part in the time trial.
Editor: Kristjan Kallaste