October 5, 1989 |
French cycling champion Jeannie Longo broke her own world record in the high-altitude 3-kilometer trial today, speeding around the velodrome in 3:38.190 minutes. The time beat the record she set last week by 3 1/2 seconds. Longo, 30, broke five cycling records here last week, in the 3-kilometer, 5-kilometer, 10-kilometer, 20-kilometer and one-hour trials.
November 3, 1992
Jeannie Longo of France broke her world record for women's indoor three-kilometer cycling with a time of 3 minutes 40.264 seconds at Grenoble, France.
November 5, 1991 |
Jeannie Longo of France broke her second world record in four days, finishing the three-kilometer women's indoor cycling circuit in 3 minutes 41.29 seconds during a race in Grenoble, France. She set a world indoor five-kilometer world record Friday.
September 27, 1989 |
French cyclist Jeannie Longo set a world record for 5 kilometers today, covering the distance in 6 minutes, 14.135 seconds. The record surpassed her time of 6:14.813 on Sept. 9, 1987, in Colorado Springs, Colo. Light rain fell as she made the run and there was moderate wind.