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ISU Speed Skating Media Guide
International Skating Union
ISU Speed Skating
Media Guide
2015/16
9/9/2015
ISU Speed Skating Media Guide
Contents
International Skating Union Speed Skating Office Holders 2014/16...................................................... 4
ISU Speed Skating Members .................................................................................................................. 5
ISU Contact ............................................................................................................................................. 6
Rules and Regulations ............................................................................................................................. 6
ISU World Cup Competitions ............................................................................................................. 6
Entry Rules and Quotas ................................................................................................................... 6
Competition Formats ....................................................................................................................... 7
World Cup Speed Skating ranking rules ......................................................................................... 7
ISU Junior World Cup Competitions .................................................................................................. 9
Entry Rules and Quotas ................................................................................................................... 9
Competition Formats ....................................................................................................................... 9
ISU Junior World Cup Speed Skating ranking rules ..................................................................... 10
ISU Speed Skating Championships ................................................................................................... 11
Distances and team competitions at ISU Championships ............................................................. 11
Racing Rules...................................................................................................................................... 13
Starting Procedure ......................................................................................................................... 13
False start....................................................................................................................................... 14
Infringements................................................................................................................................. 14
ISU Events and Championships Calendar............................................................................................. 16
Media Accreditation .............................................................................................................................. 16
Biographies............................................................................................................................................ 16
Abbreviations ........................................................................................................................................ 16
World Records....................................................................................................................................... 17
Men.................................................................................................................................................... 17
Ladies ................................................................................................................................................ 17
Junior Men......................................................................................................................................... 17
Junior Ladies ..................................................................................................................................... 17
Olympic Winter Games ......................................................................................................................... 18
Olympic Winter Games: Medalists – Men ........................................................................................ 18
Olympic Winter Games: Medalists – Ladies..................................................................................... 20
ISU World Cup Speed Skating .............................................................................................................. 22
Medal Tables - Single Distances Men ............................................................................................... 22
Medal Tables – Single Distances Ladies ........................................................................................... 23
ISU World Cup Speed Skating 2014/15 – Final Classification per distance .................................... 24
ISU World Single Distances Championships ........................................................................................ 26
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Medal Table....................................................................................................................................... 26
ISU World Single Distances Championships: Medalists – Men ....................................................... 27
ISU World Single Distances Championships: Medalists – Ladies.................................................... 29
Past Season Results - Essent ISU World Single Distances Speed Skating Championships 2015,
Heerenveen/NED............................................................................................................................... 31
ISU World Allround Speed Skating Championships ............................................................................ 33
Medal Table....................................................................................................................................... 33
ISU World Allround Speed Skating Championships: Medalists – Men ........................................... 34
ISU World Allround Speed Skating Championships: Medalists – Ladies ........................................ 37
Past Season Results - Essent ISU World Allround Speed Skating Championships 2015,
Calgary/CAN ..................................................................................................................................... 38
ISU World Sprint Speed Skating Championships ................................................................................. 39
Medal Table....................................................................................................................................... 39
ISU World Sprint Speed Skating Championships: Medalists – Men ................................................ 40
ISU World Sprint Speed Skating Championships: Medalists – Ladies............................................. 41
Past Season Results - Essent ISU World Sprint Speed Skating Championships 2015, Astana/KAZ 42
ISU European Speed Skating Championships ...................................................................................... 43
Medal Table....................................................................................................................................... 43
ISU European Speed Skating Championships: Medalists – Men...................................................... 44
ISU European Speed Skating Championships: Medalists – Ladies .................................................. 47
Past Season Results - Essent ISU European Speed Skating Championships 2015, Chelyabinsk/RUS
........................................................................................................................................................... 48
ISU World Junior Speed Skating Championships................................................................................. 49
Medal Table....................................................................................................................................... 49
ISU World Junior Speed Skating Championships: Medalists - Men ................................................ 50
ISU World Junior Speed Skating Championships: Medalists – Ladies ............................................ 52
Past Season Results - ISU World Junior Speed Skating Championships 2015 – Warsaw/POL ....... 54
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International Skating Union Speed Skating Office Holders 2014/16
Council:
President:
1st Vice President:
Vice President:
Members:
Ottavio Cinquanta
David M. Dore
Jan Dijkema
György Martos
German Panov
Lan Li
Roland E. Maillard
Italy
Canada
Netherlands
Hungary
Russia
China
Switzerland
Director General:
Treasurer:
Legal Advisors:
Fredi Schmid
Ulrich Linder
Béatrice Pfister
Michael Geistlinger
Switzerland
Switzerland
Switzerland
Austria
Speed Skating Sports Director:
Speed Skating Event Coordinator:
Hugo Herrnhof
Daria Kamelkova
Italy
Russia
Tron Espeli
Nick Thometz
Alexander Kibalko
Jae-Seok Choi
Christian Breuer
Jildou Gemser
Norway
USA
Russia
Rep. of Korea
Germany
Netherlands
Volker Waldeck
Allan Böhm
Fred Benjamin
Susan Petricevic
Germany
Slovak Republic
USA
New Zealand
Figure Skating:
Speed Skating:
Speed Skating:
Technical Committees:
Speed Skating:
Chair:
Members:
Appointed Skater:
Appointed Coach:
Disciplinary Commission:
Chair:
Members:
Medical Commission:
Chair:
Members:
Jane M. Moran
Canada
Sanda Dubravcic-Simunjak Croatia
Joel C. Shobe
USA
Harm Kuipers
Netherlands
Hiroya Sakai
Japan
Ruben Ambartsumov
Ukraine
Hannu Koivu
Finland
Eunkuk Kim
Republic of Korea
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ARG
Argentina
AUS
AUT
Australia
Austria
BLR
BEL
Belarus
Belgium
BIH
Bosnia and
Herzegovina
Bulgaria
Canada
China
Chinese
Taipei
Croatia
Czech
Republic
Denmark
D.P.R.
Korea
BUL
CAN
CHN
TPE
CRO
CZE
DEN
PRK
EST
FIN
FRA
Estonia
Finland
France
GER
Germany
GBR
Great Britain
HKG
HUN
Hong
Kong/China
Hungary
IND
India
INA
Indonesia
ISR
ITA
Israel
Italy
JPN
KAZ
Japan
Kazakhstan
LAT
Latvia
LTU
Lithuania
Argentine Ice Speed Skating
Union
Australian Ice Racing Inc.
Österreichischer
Eissschnellauf Verband
Skating Union of Belarus
Fédération Royale Belge de
Patinage de Vitesse
Skating Federation of Bosnia
and Herzegovina
Bulgarian Skating Federation
Speed Skating Canada
Chinese Skating Association
Chinese Taipei Skating Union
Croatian Skating Federation
Czech Speed Skating
Federation
Dansk Skøjte Union
Skating Association of the
Democratic People’s Republic
of Korea
The Estonian Skating Union
Suomen Luisteluliitto
Fédération Française des
Sports de Glace
Deutsche EisschnellaufGemeinschaft
National Ice Skating
Association of U. K. (Limited)
Hong Kong Skating Union
Ltd
Hungarian National Skating
Federation
Ice Skating Association of
India
Persatuan Olahraga Sepatu
Roda Seluruh Indonesia
(Provisional Member)
Israel Ice Skating Federation
Federazione Italiana Sport del
Ghiaccio
Japan Skating Federation
National Skating Federation of
the Republic of Kazakhstan
Latvian Skating Association
LUX
Luxembourg
MAS
Malaysia
MGL
NED
Mongolia
Netherlands
NZL
NOR
PHI
New
Zealand
Norway
Philippines
POL
Poland
QAT
Qatar
KOR
Rep. of
Korea
Romania
Russia
Serbia
Singapore
ROU
RUS
SRB
SIN
SLO
RSA
Slovak
Republic
Slovenia
South Africa
ESP
Spain
SWE
Sweden
SUI
Switzerland
THA
Thailand
TUR
Turkey
UKR
Ukraine
USA
UZB
USA
Uzbekistan
SVK
Lithuanian Speed Skating
Association
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Union Luxembourgeoise de
Patinage de Vitesse
Ice Skating Association of
Malaysia
Skating Union of Mongolia
Koninklijke Nederlandsche
Schaatsenrijders Bond
Ice Speed Skating New
Zealand Inc
Norges Skøyteforbund
Philippine Skating Union
(Provisional Member)
Polish Speed Skating
Association
Qatar Skating Federation
(Provisional Member)
Korea Skating Union
Romanian Skating Federation
Russian Skating Union
Serbian Skating Association
Singapore Ice Skating
Association
Slovak Speed Skating Union
Slovene Skating Union
South African Speed Skating
Association
Federacion Española de
Deportes de Hielo
Svenska Skridskoförbundet
Stockholms Allmänna
Skridskoklubb (Club Member)
Schweizer Eislauf-Verband
Internationaler SchlittschuhClub Davos (Club Member)
Figure and Speed Skating
Association of Thailand
Turkish Ice Skating
Federation
Ukrainian Speed Skating
Federation
US Speedskating
Winter Sports Association of
Uzbekistan
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ISU Contact
ISU Communications and Media Coordinator
Ms. Selina Vanier
Tel: +41 21 612 6666
Fax: +41 21 612 6677
E-mail: [email protected]
Rules and Regulations
In Speed Skating, Skaters race in pairs, counter-clockwise, start in the competition lane
determined by the draw, and change lanes during each lap. The Skater who skates on the inner
lane shall change to the outer lane in the crossing straight, defined as the straight between the
end of the curve (as marked with moveable blocks) and the beginning of the next curve (as
marked with a cone), and vice versa for the Skater who skates in the outer lane. A breach of
this Rule will lead to disqualification. Exception for the 1000 and the 1500 meters: when
racing on a 400 meters standard track, there is no change of lanes in the first straight.
The following distances/events are raced in ISU Events:
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For Ladies: 500, 1000, 1500, 3000, 5000 meters, Mass Start over 16 laps, Team
Pursuit (national Teams of 3 Skaters) over 6 laps and Team Sprint over 3 laps
(national Teams of 3 Skaters).
For Men: 500, 1000, 1500, 5000, 10000 meters, Mass Start over 16 laps, Team Pursuit
over 8 laps and Team Sprint over 3 laps (national Teams of 3 Skaters).
For Junior Ladies: 500, 1000, 1500, 3000 meters, Mass Start over 10 laps and Team
Pursuit over 6 laps and Team Sprint over 3 laps (national Teams of 3 Skaters).
For Junior Men: 500, 1000, 1500, 3000, 5000 meters, Mass Start over 10 laps and
Team Pursuit over 8 laps and Team Sprint over 3 laps (national Teams of 3 Skaters).
ISU World Cup Competitions
The World Cup Speed Skating is organized as a series of International Competitions, and is
presented under the title ISU World Cup Speed Skating. The series is concluded with a Final
Event after all preceding World Cup Competitions have been held. World Cups are now
qualifying events for the different ISU Championships.
The individual events (distances) are organized in a format where the Skaters compete in two
divisions, A and B. The Skaters with the current best World Cup ranking in the category
compete in Division A. Each competition day has a core session consisting of the races for
Division A for all Events skated on that day. World Cup Competitions include either a Sprint
program: 500 and 1000 meters (each distance being skated twice) for both Ladies and Men, a
middle/long distance program: 1500 and 3000 or 5000 meters for Ladies, 1500 and 5000 or
10000 meters for Men or a full distances program: 500, 1000, 1500 and 3000 meters for
Ladies, 500, 1000, 1500 and 5000 meters for Men. In addition, Team Pursuit, Team Sprint or
Mass Start races can be added to any of the programs.
Entry Rules and Quotas
Qualifying times over each individual distances apply to enter World Cup Competitions.
Each ISU Member may enter one (1) Skater in each individual distance providing the
qualifying time(s) has been achieved. Based on previous season results an ISU Member may
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enter more than one (1) Competitor in each distance up to a maximum of five (5) Skaters per
distance. Except for Mass start where the maximum entry quota is three (3) Skaters.
Competition Formats
Individual distances skated in separate divisions
For each individual distance the entered Skaters compete in two separate divisions with the
currently best ranked Skaters competing in Division A; the remaining Skaters in Division B.
However, all Skaters compete together in Division A in the following cases:
i) When the number of entered Skaters does not exceed a certain limit, as indicated in ISU
Communication No. 1958, paragraph 4.1.1.
ii) For all events in the last World Cup Competition of the season, see ISU Communication
No. 1958, paragraph 4.4.
Number of Competitors in Division A
a) For 500m, 1000m and 1500m, Ladies and Men:
• If not more than 28 Skaters have been entered, all compete in Division A
• If more than 28 Skaters have been entered, Division A shall consist of 20 Competitors
b) For 3000m Ladies and 5000m Men:
• If not more than 20 Skaters have been entered, all compete in Division A.
• If the number of entered Skaters is between 21 and 24, Division A shall consist of 12
Competitors.
• If more than 24 Skaters have been entered, Division A shall consist of 16 Competitors.
c) For 5000m Ladies and 10000m Men:
• The number of Competitors in Division A shall be (maximum) 12.
d) For Mass start, Ladies and Men:
• Not more than 2 Skaters from the same Member may compete in the same Division.
Division A will have maximum 20 Competitors if the number of entries, counting
maximum 2 Skaters per Member, is not more than 28. Otherwise Division A will have
24 Competitors.
World Cup Speed Skating ranking rules
• World Cup rankings for each category
The World Cup ranking for each category is determined by the number of points the Skaters
(or national pursuit teams) accumulate during the season.
• Grand World Cup ranking rules (to determine the overall World Cup winner)
A special ranking is established to determine an overall World Cup winner (“Grand World
Cup winner”), both for Ladies and for Men. For each competition in individual distances the
top 5 ranked competitors will earn “Grand World Cup points”.
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• Points scoring
a) World Cup points
Based on the results of Division A and Division B, World Cup points are awarded
according to the points tables below. Tables A1, A2 or A3 are used for Division A, and
tables B1 and B2 for Division B.
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k
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A1
For
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entries
100
80
70
60
50
45
40
36
32
28
24
21
18
16
14
12
10
8
6
5
4
3
2
1
A2
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entries
100
80
70
60
50
45
40
35
30
25
21
18
16
14
12
10
A3
World Cup
Final
(all events)
150
120
105
90
75
45
40
36
32
28
24
21
18
16
14
12
10
8
6
5
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k
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B1
In
combination
with A1
25
19
15
11
8
6
4
2
1
-
B2
In
combination
with A2
32
27
23
19
15
11
9
7
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5
4
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2
1
b) Grand World Cup points
Rank Competitions
before the World
Cup final
1
2
3
4
5
100 (50)
80 (40)
70 (35)
60 (30)
50 (25)
World Cup final
150 (75)
120 (60)
104 (52)
90 (45)
76 (38)
The points in brackets are awarded for each 500m race and for each 1000m race in
Competitions where these distances will be skated twice.
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ISU Junior World Cup Competitions
The ISU Junior World Cup Speed Skating is organized as a series of International
Competitions and is financially supported through the ISU Development Program. The series
is concluded with a Final Event after all preceding ISU Junior World Cup Competitions have
been held.
An ISU Member can enter participants for only one of the regional competitions for each set.
However a Member may choose to enter their Skaters in a regional competition that is held
outside its own continent.
Each ISU Junior World Cup Competition includes a full distances program: 500, 1000, 1500
and 3000 meters for Ladies and for Men. In addition, Team Pursuit, Team Sprint and/or Mass
Start races can be added to any of the Competitions.
The first two Competitions in the ISU Junior World Cup Speed Skating 2015/16 will be a part
of the qualification process for the 2016 Winter Youth Olympic Games (WYOG). ISU
Members will qualify quota places for WYOG based on the results from their participating
Skaters in these Competitions, irrespective of the age of the competitors. This means that also
results from competitors outside the upper age limit for participation in the 2016 Winter
Youth Olympic Games will count in the qualification of national quota places.
Entry Rules and Quotas
Qualifying times over each individual distances apply to enter ISU Junior World Cup
Competitions.
a) For the first three ISU Junior World Cup Competitions 2015/16 (JWC-1, JWC-2,
JWC-3) an ISU Member may enter a maximum of 10 Competitors per gender (10
Ladies, 10 Men).
• A maximum of 5 Competitors may be entered for each individual event
(distance).
• For the Team Pursuit event and for the Team Sprint event a Member may enter
maximum one team.
b) For the last Competition (JWC Final) in the ISU Junior World Cup 2015/16 an ISU
Member may enter a maximum of 5 Competitors per gender (5 Ladies, 5 Men).
• A maximum of 3 Competitors may be entered for each individual event, except
for the Mass Start event, where a Member may enter a maximum of only 2
Competitors.
• A Member may enter one team for the Team Pursuit event.
• Only Skaters who have scored ISU Junior World Cup points during the season
2015/16, or Skaters who have been entered for the ISU World Junior
Championships 2016, may be entered for the ISU Junior World Cup final
2015/16.
Competition Formats
a) Individual distances
• For each individual distance all entered Skaters compete together (in one
division).
• Quartet starts should be used for the 3000m.
b) Mass start races
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Mass start races (10 laps for both Ladies and Men) will be organized based on ISU
Technical Rule 253, paragraph 4 b) and ISU Communication No. 1957, with the
following specific rules (further details and adjustments may be issued by the ISU
Speed Skating Technical Committee).
c) Team events
• Team Pursuit competitions will be with national teams of 3 Skaters. Distances
are 6 laps for Ladies and 8 laps for Men.
• Team Sprint competitions over a total distance of 3 laps will be organized
based on ISU Technical Rule 261, paragraph 3, and Rule 265, paragraph 8,
with national teams consisting of 3 Skaters. The following specific rules apply
(further details and adjustments may be issued by the ISU Speed Skating
Technical Committee).
d) Demonstration events
Subject to the consent of the ISU Speed Skating Technical Committee, the organizer
of an ISU Junior World Cup Competition may add demonstration events to the
program. Entry rules and conditions for demonstrations events should be included in
the announcement.
ISU Junior World Cup Speed Skating ranking rules
a) Awarding of ISU Junior World Cup points
The ISU Junior World Cup ranking for each event (distance) is determined by the number
of points the Skaters (or Teams) accumulate during the season. In the final ISU Junior
World Cup ranking, as well as in the intermediate ranking during the season, a tie between
Skaters/Teams with the same total of ISU Junior World Cup points will be resolved
according to the following criteria (in order of priority) for determining the better ranked
Skater/Team:
• the Skater/Team with the higher number of Junior World Cup victories;
• the Skater/Team with the higher score of points in one single Competition
(race);
• the Skater/Team with the higher score of points in the latest Competition (race)
held.
If neither of the above criteria resolves the tie, the Skaters/Teams will have the same ISU
Junior World Cup rank.
Rank
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
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JWC-1, JWC-2 and JWC-3
JWC final
100
80
70
60
50
44
40
36
32
28
24
20
18
16
150
120
105
90
75
67
60
54
48
42
36
31
27
24
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If two or more Skaters (or teams) have obtained the same rank in an event, each Skater (or
team) will receive the full points scored for this tied rank.
ISU Speed Skating Championships
There are five (5) ISU Championships held every season, the European Championships,
World Single Distances Championships (not held in Olympic Winter Games years), World
Sprint Championships, World Allround Championships, and World Junior Championships.
The European, World Sprint and World Allround Championships have an allround character
only; the World Single Distances has a single distances character only while the World Junior
Championships has both an allround and single distances character.
Distances and team competitions at ISU Championships
• World Allround Championships
The distances for the World Allround Championships are for Ladies 500, 3000, 1500 and
5000 meters and for Men 500, 5000, 1500 and 10000 meters. On the first day of the World
Allround Championships the distances are for Ladies 500 and 3000 meters, and for Men 500
and 5000 meters. On the second day of the World Allround Championships the distances are
for Ladies 1500 and 5000 meters, and for Men 1500 and 10000 meters.
Entry quotas are determined partly by results from the ISU World Allround Speed Skating
Championships 2015 and partly by results achieved during the ISU World Cup Competition
to be held in Stavanger (NOR) on January 29-31, 2016.
• European Championships
The distances for the European Championships are for Ladies 500, 3000, 1500 and 5000
meters and for Men 500, 5000, 1500 and 10 000 meters.
The European Championships are organized over two or three days, at the option of the
organizer in consultation with the ISU. The distances may be run according to one of the
following programs at the option of the organizer in consultation with the ISU.
A1
a) First day
500m Ladies
3000m Ladies
A2
500m Men
5000m Men
B1
B2
500m Ladies
500m Men
3000m Ladies
5000m Men
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500m Ladies
5000m Men
3000m Ladies
C1
500m Men
5000m Men
C2
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b) Second day:
1500m Ladies
500m Men
5000m Ladies
5000m Men
500m Ladies
1500m Men
3000m Ladies
10000m Men
c) Third day:
1500m Men
10000m Men
1500m Ladies
5000m Ladies
1500m Ladies
1500m Men
5000m Ladies
10 000m Men
1500m Men
1500m Ladies
10000m Men
5000m Ladies
500m Ladies
1500m Men
3000m Ladies
500m Men
1500m Ladies
5000m Men
1500m Ladies
10000m Men
5000m Ladies
1500m Men
5000m Ladies
10000m Men
• World Sprint Championships
The distances for the World Sprint Championships are for Ladies and Men 500 and 1000
meters. On the first day of the World Sprint Championships the races are over 500 and 1000
meters; on the second day also over 500 and 1000 meters.
Entry quotas are determined partly by results from the World Sprint Championships 2015 and
partly by results achieved during the ISU World Cup Competition to be held in Stavanger
(NOR) on January 29-31, 2016.
• World Junior Championships
The events at the World Junior Championships are:
a) allround combination for Ladies over 4 distances: 500, 1000, 1500 and 3000 meters;
b) allround combination for Men over 4 distances: 500, 1000, 1500, and 5000 meters;
c) single distance competitions for Ladies: 500, 1000, 1500 and 3000 meters, and Mass
start race over 10 laps;
d) single distance competitions for Men: 500, 1000, 1500, and 5000 meters, and Mass
start race over 10 laps
e) team competitions for Ladies: Team Pursuit race over 6 laps for national teams
consisting of three Skaters, and Team Sprint race over 3 laps for national teams
consisting of three Skaters;
f) team competitions for Men: Team Pursuit race over 8 laps for national teams
consisting of three Skaters, and Team Sprint race over 3 laps for national teams
consisting of three Skaters;
The World Junior Championships are organized over three days. The events will be run
according to the following program:
a) First day:
500m Ladies
500m Men
1500m Ladies
1500m Men
b) Second day:
1000m Ladies
1000m Men
3000m Ladies
5000m Men
Team Sprint Ladies
Team Sprint Men
c) Third day:
Team Pursuit Ladies
Team Pursuit Men
Mass Start Men (10 laps)
Mass Start Ladies (10 laps)
Quartet starts should be used over the distances 3000m (Ladies) and 5000m (Men).
The Mass Start races will be organized with one intermediate sprint in the middle of the race,
where Competitors gain points counting towards the final ranking. Further details are
provided in the Technical Rules 243, 253 and 265. The Team Sprint events will be organized
in accordance with Technical Rule 261, paragraph 3, with two teams racing at the same time.
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World Single Distances Championships (not held in Olympic Winter Games
years)
The events for the World Single Distances Championships are:
a)
single distance competitions for Ladies: 500, 1000, 1500, 3000 and 5000 meters, and
Mass start race over 16 laps;
b)
single distance competitions for Men: 500, 1000, 1500, 5000, and 10000 meters, and
Mass start race over 16 laps;
c)
team competitions for Ladies: Team Pursuit race over 6 laps for national teams
consisting of three Skaters;
d)
team competitions for Men: Team Pursuit race over 8 laps for national teams
consisting of three Skaters.
The 500 meters for Ladies and Men will be skated twice. The classification will be based on
the total time in the two races.
The World Single Distances Championships are organized over four days. The events will be
run in the following order:
a) First day:
b) Second day:
c) Third day:
d) Fourth day:
3000m Ladies
1000m Ladies
500m Ladies (x2)
1500m Ladies
10000m Men
1500m Men
1000m Men
500m Men (x2)
5000m Ladies
Team Pursuit Ladies Mass Start Ladies
Team Pursuit Men
5000m Men
Mass Start Men
Entry quotas for each event will be determined by the results from the World Cup
competitions to be held during November and December 2015.
Racing Rules
Starting Procedure
The Competitors starting in the inner and outer lanes shall be identified by white and red
armbands, respectively. In the case of 100m or shorter distances being arranged in heats of 3
Competitors, the Competitor in the middle lane shall wear a yellow armband. The Competitor
themselves are responsible for having the correct armband and to report in the correct starting
lane. A breach of this rule will lead to a disqualification.
a) When the Starter orders "Go to the start" the Competitors shall place themselves between
the pre-start line and the starting line. The distance between these two lines shall be two (2)
meters. The Competitors have to take a stable position before the Starter calls "Ready",
whereupon they are to take their starting position and keep this position absolutely until the
shot is fired. Competitors may not touch the starting line or be in contact with the ice beyond
the starting line with any parts of their body or equipment. Competitors must keep all of their
skates entirely behind the starting line.
b) There shall be a distinct interval between the moment when the Competitors have taken
their starting position and the firing of the shot. This distinct interval should be between 1 and
1.5 seconds.
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False start
In the following situations the Starter shall declare a false start:
a) When one or both (all) Competitors intentionally are slow in taking their starting
position, the offending Competitor(s) shall be given a false start;
b) When one of the Competitors breaks from his mark, thereby causing the other
Competitor to follow; only this Competitor shall be given a false start;
c) When a Competitor leaves the starting position after the word "Ready", but before the
shot is fired.
In the case of a false start, the Competitors shall be recalled by a second shot or a whistle
from the Starter. On the order of the Starter the Competitors will also receive a stop signal, at
a distance of 50-60 meters from the starting line. The stop signal may be given by an assistant
to the Starter with a red flag in front of the Competitors, or it may be in the form of a red light
clearly visible for the Competitors. However, in competitions over 100m (or shorter) with up
to 3 Skaters competing in each heat, the Starter may not recall the Skaters in the case of the
second false start. The disqualification will then be announced to the Competitor(s) after the
completion of the race.
The Starter shall warn the Competitor committing the first false start. If both Competitors are
responsible for a false start, they shall both be warned so by the Starter. When the Starter calls
the Competitors of the pair/heat for a new start after a false start has been declared, then a
Competitor committing a next false start of this pair/heat shall be disqualified from the race
concerned.
If light signs are used to indicate which Competitor is given a false start, a white light should
indicate the first false start and a red light should be used to indicate a disqualification. The
light pedestals for the starting lanes should have colors corresponding to the colors of the
armbands of the respective Competitors.
Infringements
• Keeping within the designated competition lane
The Competitors shall keep within their designated competition lane. If a Competitor, who
skates entirely within the designated competition lane, is interfered with by the other
Competitor, the offending Competitor will be disqualified.
• Cutting the inner line in the curve
When entering the curve, in the curve and exiting the curve, the Competitor is forbidden to
cut the inner line of the competition lane, as defined by a fully painted line, and marked by
snow or movable blocks placed at the inside of the painted line. A breach of this rule will
result in the Competitor being disqualified.
• Crossing the lines of the designated competition lane
If a Competitor skates outside the designated competition lane, thus completely crossing the
line to the other lane or to the warm-up lane with the full skate, the Competitor may be
disqualified, even without offending another Competitor. If there are confirmed observations
of more than one such offence during the race, the Competitor will be disqualified, except for
situations described in paragraph 4 below.
•
Exceptional situations
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The following situations will not lead to a disqualification in accordance with paragraph 3
above:
a) If a Competitor does not keep within the inner lane in the curve or when exiting the
curve towards the finishing straight and therefore crosses the line to the outer lane, the
Competitor will not be disqualified if returning immediately to the inner lane. When exiting
the curve, the return to the inner lane must in any case have taken place before the first of the
lines defining the 1000 meters finish on a standard 400m track.
b) If a Competitor leaves the designated competition lane due to a fall or other accidental
reason, the Competitor will not be disqualified if returning directly to the designated lane. See
also Rule 260, paragraph 3.
c) If a Competitor has overtaken another Competitor skating in the same lane, and during
the overtaking crossed the outer demarcation line of the lane in order to avoid interference,
the overtaking Skater will not be disqualified. See also Rule 257, paragraph 2.
• Responsibility in cases of collision
When leaving the curve at the beginning of the crossing straight (where the snow line or line
of movable blocks is discontinued), the Competitor who is changing from the inner to the
outer lane shall not hinder the Competitor changing from the outer to the inner lane. This
applies even if this is a Competitor from another pair in a quartet. The Competitor leaving the
inner lane is also responsible for collisions, unless the other Competitor acts in an obstructive
way.
• Responsibility when overtaking
Overtaking in the same lane: In situations when a Competitor is about to overtake another
Competitor in the same lane (e.g. when the distance between two Competitors in the same
pair has increased to one lap, or in quartet starts when a Competitor in one of the pairs has
caught up with the Competitor who started in the same lane in the other pair of the quartet),
both Competitors have a responsibility that the overtaking can take place in a smooth way and
that collisions are avoided.
a) When a situation of overtaking is approaching, the Competitor in front (i.e. the
Competitor who is about to be overtaken) must keep his line (the relative position) in the lane.
If the Competitor has moved to the outer part of the lane in order to facilitate the overtaking,
the Competitor must stay in this part of the lane until the overtaking Competitor has passed on
the inner side;
b) The overtaking Competitor has the better view of the situation and is responsible that a
collision is avoided as long as the Competitor in front maintains his relative position in the
lane.
• Disqualifications
If the Referee confirms a breach of this Rule, the offending Competitor shall be disqualified.
• Distance between Competitors after overtaking
In races on a double-laned track where the leading Skater has overtaken and passed another
Competitor, the latter Skater must remain at least 10 meters behind. But he is permitted to
overtake the leading Skater if he finds this is possible without impeding the leading Skater,
but he must not act as a pacemaker to the Skater who is leading.
If the Skater is passed or the Skater having passed acts in an improper manner, this
Competitor shall be disqualified.
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November 2015
13 – 15
14 – 15
20 – 22
28 – 29
ISU World Cup Speed Skating
ISU Junior World Cup Speed Skating
ISU World Cup Speed Skating
ISU Junior World Cup Speed Skating
Calgary, Canada
Groningen, Netherlands
Salt Lake City, USA
Berlin, Germany
December 2015
4–6
11 – 13
ISU World Cup Speed Skating
ISU World Cup Speed Skating
Inzell, Germany
Heerenveen, Netherlands
January 2016
9 – 10
16 – 17
29 - 31
ISU European Speed Skating Championships
ISU Junior World Cup Speed Skating
ISU World Cup Speed Skating
Minsk, Belarus
Baselga di Piné, Italy
Stavanger, Norway
Kolomna, Russia
27 – 28
ISU World Single Distances Speed Skating
Championships
ISU World Sprint Speed Skating Championships
March 2016
5–6
5–6
11 – 13
11 – 13
ISU World Allround Speed Skating Championships
ISU Junior World Cup Speed Skating
ISU World Junior Speed Skating Championships
ISU World Cup Speed Skating Final
Berlin, Germany
Changchun, China
Changchun, China
Heerenveen, Netherlands
February 2016
11 – 14
Seoul, Republic of Korea
Media Accreditation
For all information regarding media accreditations please refer
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Biographies
The ISU Short Track Speed Skating database with statistics and biographies is available on
the ISU website http://www.isu.org/en/speed-skating/statistics-and-biographies
Abbreviations
T.P. 8 L –
T.P. 6 L –
S.L.C. –
Team Pursuit 8 Laps
Team Pursuit 6 Laps
Salt Lake City
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World Records
Men
Distance
Country
Name
Time
Date
Location
500m
2 x 500m
1000m
1500m
3000m
5000m
10000m
Sprint Combination
Small Combination
Big Combination
T. P. 8 L
CAN
CAN
USA
USA
NOR
NED
NED
NED
NED
USA
NED
Jeremy Wotherspoon
Jeremy Wotherspoon
Shani Davis
Shani Davis
Eskil Ervik
Sven Kramer
Sven Kramer
Michel Mulder
Erben Wennemars
Shani Davis
Netherlands
34.03
68.31
1:06.42
1:41.04
3:37.28
6:03.32
12:41.69
136,790 p.
146,365 p.
145,742 p.
3:35.60
09 Nov 2007
15 Mar 2008
07 Mar 2009
11 Dec 2009
05 Nov 2005
17 Nov 2007
10 Mar 2007
27 Jan 2013
12/13 Aug 2005
18/19 Mar 2006
16 Nov 2013
Salt Lake City, USA
Calgary, CAN
Salt Lake City, USA
Salt Lake City, USA
Calgary, CAN
Calgary, CAN
Salt Lake City, USA
Salt Lake City, USA
Calgary, CAN
Calgary, CAN
Salt Lake City, USA
Distance
Country
Name
Time
Date
Location
500m
2 x 500m
1000m
1500m
3000m
5000m
Sprint Combination
Mini Combination
Small Combination
T. P. 6 L
KOR
USA
USA
CAN
CAN
CZE
USA
CAN
CAN
CAN
Sang-Hwa Lee
Heather Richardson
Brittany Bowe
Cindy Klassen
Cindy Klassen
Martina Sáblíková
Heather Richardson
Cindy Klassen
Cindy Klassen
Canada
36.36
74.19
1:12.58
1:51.79
3:53.34
6:42.66
147,735 p.
155,576 p.
154,580 p.
2:55.79
16 Nov 2013
28 Dec 2013
17 Nov 2013
20 Nov 2005
18 Mar 2006
18 Feb 2011
20 Jan 2013
15-17 Mar 2001
18/19 Mar 2006
06 Dec 2009
Salt Lake City, USA
Salt Lake City, USA
Salt Lake City, USA
Salt Lake City, USA
Calgary, CAN
Salt Lake City, USA
Calgary, CAN
Calgary, CAN
Calgary, CAN
Calgary, CAN
Country
CAN
KOR
NED
USA
NED
NOR
NED
NED
NOR
Name
Laurent Dubreuil
Jun-Ho Kim
Beorn Nijenhuis
Brian Hansen
Sjoerd de Vries
Håvard Bøkko
Beorn Nijenhuis
Berden de Vries
Norway
Time
34.66
70.78
1:08.53
1:44.45
3:42.98
6:18.93
139,750 p
148,070 p
3:47.45
Date
22 Jan 2012
15 Feb 2015
19 Jan 2003
11 Dec 2009
13 Mar 2007
13 Nov 2005
18/19 Jan 2003
12-14 Mar 2005
20 Nov 2011
Ladies
Junior Men
Distance
500m
2 x 500m
1000m
1500m
3000m
5000m
Sprint Combination
Small Combination
T.P. 8 L
Location
Salt Lake City, USA
Heerenveen, NED
Calgary, CAN
Salt Lake City, USA
Calgary, CAN
Calgary, CAN
Calgary, CAN
Calgary, CAN
Chelyabinsk, RUS
Junior Ladies
Distance
500m
2 x 500m
1000m
1500m
3000m
Sprint Combination
Mini Combination
T.P. 6 L
Country
KOR
AUT
KOR
NED
NED
CZE
NED
KAZ
Name
Lee Sang-Hwa
Vanessa Bittner
Kim Hyun-Yung
Marrit Leenstra
Antoinette de Jong
Karolina Erbanová
Marrit Leenstra
Kazakhstan
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Time
37.81
76.85
1:14.95
1:55.14
3:59.49
152,470 p
156,360 p
3:05.45
Date
10 Mar 2007
14 Feb 2015
17 Nov 2013
12 Mar 2008
15 Nov 2013
28/29 Jan 2012
12/13 Mar 2008
13 Dec 2009
Location
Salt Lake City, USA
Heerenveen, NED
Salt Lake City, USA
Calgary, CAN
Salt Lake City, USA
Calgary, CAN
Calgary, CAN
Salt Lake City, USA
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Olympic Winter Games
Olympic Winter Games: Medalists – Men
Year
Event
Location
Winner
2nd
3rd
2014
2014
2014
2014
2014
2014
2010
2010
2010
2010
2010
2010
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
500m
1000m
1500m
5000m
10000m
T.P. 8 L
500m
1000m
1500m
5000m
10000m
T.P. 8 L
500m
1000m
1500m
5000m
10000m
T.P. 8 L
Sochi, RUS
Sochi, RUS
Sochi, RUS
Sochi, RUS
Sochi, RUS
Sochi, RUS
Vancouver, CAN
Vancouver, CAN
Vancouver, CAN
Vancouver, CAN
Vancouver, CAN
Vancouver, CAN
Torino, ITA
Torino, ITA
Torino, ITA
Torino, ITA
Torino, ITA
Torino, ITA
Michel Mulder (NED)
Stefan Groothuis (NED)
Zbigniew Brodka (POL)
Sven Kramer (NED)
Jorrit Bergsma (NED)
Netherlands
Tae-Bum Mo (KOR)
Shani Davis (USA)
Mark Tuitert (NED)
Sven Kramer (NED)
Seung-Hoon Lee (KOR)
Canada
Joey Cheek USA
Shani Davis (USA)
Enrico Fabris (ITA)
Chad Hedrick (USA)
Bob De Jong (NED)
Italy
Jan Smeekens (NED)
Denny Morrison (CAN)
Koen Verweij (NED)
Jan Blokhuijsen (NED)
Sven Kramer (NED)
Republic of Korea
Keiichiro Nagashima ((JPN))
Tae-Bum Mo (KOR)
Shani Davis (USA)
Seung-Hoon Lee (KOR)
Ivan Skobrev (RUS)
United States of America
Dmitry Dorofeyev RUS
Joey Cheek (USA)
Shani Davis (USA)
Sven Kramer (NED)
Chad Hedrick (USA)
Canada
Ronald Mulder (NED)
Michel Mulder (NED)
Denny Morrison (CAN)
Jorrit Bergsma (NED)
Bob de Jong (NED)
Poland
Joji Kato ((JPN))
Chad Hedrick (USA)
Havard Bokko (NOR)
Ivan Skobrev (RUS)
Bob De Jong (NED)
Netherlands
Kang Seok Lee KOR
Erben Wennemars (NED)
Chad Hedrick (USA)
Enrico Fabris (ITA)
Carl Verheijen (NED)
Netherlands
2002
2002
2002
2002
2002
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1994
1994
1994
1994
1994
1992
1992
1992
1992
1992
1988
1988
1988
1988
1988
500m
1000m
1500m
5000m
10000m
500m
1000m
1500m
5000m
10000m
500m
1000m
1500m
5000m
10000m
500m
1000m
1500m
5000m
10000m
500m
1000m
1500m
5000m
10000m
Salt Lake City, USA
Salt Lake City, USA
Salt Lake City, USA
Salt Lake City, USA
Salt Lake City, USA
Nagano, JPN
Nagano, JPN
Nagano, JPN
Nagano, JPN
Nagano, JPN
Lillehammer, NOR
Lillehammer, NOR
Lillehammer, NOR
Lillehammer, NOR
Lillehammer, NOR
Albertville, FRA
Albertville, FRA
Albertville, FRA
Albertville, FRA
Albertville, FRA
Calgary, CAN
Calgary, CAN
Calgary, CAN
Calgary, CAN
Calgary, CAN
Casey FitzRandolf (USA)
Gerard van Velde (NED)
Derek Parra (USA)
Jochem Uytdehaage (NED)
Jochem Uytdehaage (NED)
Hiroyasu Shimizu (JPN)
Ids Postma (NED)
Ådne Søndrål (NOR)
Gianni Romme (NED)
Gianni Romme (NED)
Aleksandr Golubev (RUS)
Daniel Jensen (USA)
Johann Olav Koss (NOR)
Johann Olav Koss (NOR)
Johann Olav Koss (NOR)
Uwe-Jens Mey (GDR)
Olaf Zinke (GDR)
Johann Olav Koss (NOR)
Geir Karlstad (NOR)
Bart Veldkamp (NED)
Uwe-Jens Mey (GDR)
Nikolai Guliaev (URS)
André Hoffmann (GDR)
Thomas Gustafson (SWE)
Tomas Gustafson (SWE)
Hiroyasu Shimizu (JPN)
Jan Bos (NED)
Jochem Uytdehaage (NED)
Derek Parra (USA)
Gianni Romme (NED)
Jeremy Wotherspoon (CAN)
Jan Bos (NED)
Ids Postma (NED)
Rintje Ritsma (NED)
Bob De Jong (NED)
Sergei Klevchenia (RUS)
Igor Zhelezovski (URS)
Rintje Ritsma (NED)
Kjell Storelid (NOR)
Kjell Storelid (NOR)
Toshiyuki Kuroiwa (JPN)
Yoon-Man Kim (ROK)
Ådne Søndrål (NOR)
Falko Zandstra (NED)
Johann Olav Koss (NOR)
Jan Ykema (NED)
Uwe-Jens Mey (GDR)
Eric Flaim (USA)
Leo Visser (NED)
Michael Hadschieff (AUT)
Kip Carpenter (USA)
Joey Cheek (USA)
Ådne Søndrål (NOR)
Jens Boden (GER)
Lasse Saetre (NOR)
Kevin Overland (CAN)
Hiroyasu Shimizu (JPN)
Rinte Ritsma (NED)
Bart Veldkamp (BEL)
Rintje Ritsma (NED)
Manabu Horii (JPN)
Sergei Klevchenia (RUS)
Falko Zanstra (NED)
Rintje Ritsma (NED)
Bart Veldkamp (NED)
Junichi Inoue (JPN)
Yukinori Miyabe (JPN)
Leo Visser (NED)
Leo Visser (NED)
Geir Karlstad (NOR)
Akira Kuroiwa (JPN)
Igor Zhelezovski (URS)
Michael Hadschieff (AUT)
Gerard Kemkers (NED)
Leo Visser (NED)
1984
1984
1984
1984
1984
1980
1980
500m
1000m
1500m
5000m
10000m
500m
1000m
Sarajevo, YUG
Sarajevo, YUG
Sarajevo, YUG
Sarajevo, YUG
Sarajevo, YUG
Lake Placid, USA
Lake Placid, USA
Sergei Fokichev (URS)
Gaétan Boucher (CAN)
Gaétan Boucher (CAN)
Thomas Gustafson (SWE)
Igor Malkov (URS)
Eric Heiden (USA)
Eric Heiden (USA)
Yoshihiro Kitazawa (JPN)
Sergei Khlebnikov (URS)
Sergei Khlebnikov (URS)
Igor Malkov (URS)
Tomas Gustafson (SWE)
Evgeni Kulikov (URS)
Gaétan Boucher (CAN)
1980
1980
1980
1500m
5000m
10000m
Lake Placid, USA
Lake Placid, USA
Lake Placid, USA
Eric Heiden (USA)
Eric Heiden (USA)
Eric Heiden (USA)
Kay Arne Stenshjemmet (NOR)
Kay Arne Stenshjemmet (NOR)
Piet Kleine (NED)
Gaétan Boucher (CAN)
Kai Arne Engelstad (NOR)
Oleg Bozhev (URS)
René Scöfisch (GDR)
René Schöfisch (GDR)
Lieuwe de Boer (NED)
Vladimir Lobanov (URS)
Frode Rønning (NOR)
Terje Andersen (NOR)
Tom Erik Oxholm (NOR)
Tom Erik Oxholm (NOR)
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1976
1976
1976
1976
1976
1972
1972
1972
1972
1968
500m
1000m
1500m
5000m
10000m
500m
1500m
5000m
10000m
500m
Innsbruck, AUT
Innsbruck, AUT
Innsbruck, AUT
Innsbruck, AUT
Innsbruck, AUT
Sapporo, JPN
Sapporo, JPN
Sapporo, JPN
Sapporo, JPN
Grenoble, FRA
Evgeni Kulikov (URS)
Peter Mueller (USA)
Jan Egil Storholt (NOR)
Sten Stensen (NOR)
Piet Kleine (NED)
Erchard Keller (FRG)
Ard Schenk (NED)
Ard Schenk (NED)
Ard Schenk (NED)
Erchard Keller (FRG)
1968
1500m
Grenoble, FRA
Kees Verkerk (NOR)
1968
1968
1964
5000m
10000m
500m
Grenoble, FRA
Grenoble, FRA
Innsbruck, AUT
Fred Anton Maier (NOR)
Johnny Höglin (SWE)
Richard McDermott (USA)
1964
1964
1964
1960
1960
1500m
5000m
10000m
500m
1500m
Innsbruck, AUT
Innsbruck, AUT
Innsbruck, AUT
Squaw Valley, USA
Squaw Valley, USA
1960
1960
1956
1956
5000m
10000m
500m
1500m
Squaw Valley, USA
Squaw Valley, USA
Cortina, ITA
Cortina, ITA
1956
1956
1952
5000m
10000m
500m
Cortina, ITA
Cortina, ITA
Oslo, NOR
Ants Antson (URS)
Knut Johannesen (NOR)
Jonny Nilsson (SWE)
Evgeni Grishin (URS)
Roald Aas (NOR)
Evgeni Grishin (URS)
Viktor Kosichkin (URS)
Knut Johannesen (NOR)
Evgeni Grishin (URS)
Evgeni Grishin (URS)
Yuri Mikhailov (URS)
Boris Shilkov (URS)
Sigvard Ericsson (SWE)
Kenneth Henry (USA)
1952
1952
1952
1948
1500m
5000m
10000m
500m
Oslo, NOR
Oslo, NOR
Oslo, NOR
St. Moritz, SWI
Hjamar Andersen (NOR)
Hjalmar Andersen (NOR)
Hjalmar Andersen (NOR)
Finn Helgesen (NOR)
1948
1948
1948
1936
1936
1936
1936
1932
1932
1932
1932
1928
1500m
5000m
10000m
500m
1500m
5000m
10000m
500m
1500m
5000m
10000m
500m
St. Moritz, SWI
St. Moritz, SWI
St. Moritz, SWI
Garmisch-Partenkirchen, GER
Garmisch-Partenkirchen, GER
Garmisch-Partenkirchen, GER
Garmisch-Partenkirchen, GER
Lake Placid, USA
Lake Placid, USA
Lake Placid, USA
Lake Placid, USA
St. Moritz, SWI
1928
1928
1928
1924
1500m
5000m
10000m
500m
St. Moritz, SWI
St. Moritz, SWI
St. Moritz, SWI
Chamonix, FRA
1924
1924
1924
1500m
5000m
10000m
Chamonix, FRA
Chamonix, FRA
Chamonix, FRA
Sverre Farstad (NOR)
Odd Lundberg (NOR)
Reidar Liaklev (NOR)
Géthe Hedlund (SWE)
Åke Seyffarth (NOR)
Pentti Lammio (FIN)
Ivar Ballangrud (NOR)
Leo Freisinger (USA)
Charles Mathiesen (NOR)
Birger Wasenius (FIN)
Ivar Ballangrud (NOR)
Antero Ojala (FIN)
Ivar Ballangrud (NOR)
Max Stiepl. AUT
John Shea (USA)
Alexander Hurd (CAN)
John Shea (USA)
William Logan (CAN)
Irving Jaffee (USA)
William Logan (CAN)
Irving Jaffee (USA)
Frank Stack (CAN)
Bernt Evensen (NOR)
John O'Neil Farell (USA)
Clas Thunberg (FIN)
Jaakko Friman (FIN)
Clas Thunberg (FIN)
Bernt Evensen (NOR)
Roald Larsen (NOR)
Ivar Ballangrud (NOR)
Julius Skutnabb (FIN)
Bernt Evensen (NOR)
Competition stopped by the Referee in the fifth pair and annulled due to ice conditions.
Charles Jewtraw (USA)
Oskar v. Olsen (NOR)
Roald Larsen (NOR)
Clas Thunberg (FIN)
Clas Thunberg (FIN)
Roald Larsen (NOR)
Sigurd Moen (NOR)
Clas Thunberg (FIN)
Julius Skutnabb (FIN)
Roald Larsen (NOR)
Julius Skutnabb (FIN)
Clas Thunberg (FIN)
Roald Larsen (NOR)
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Valeri Muratov (URS)
Jørn Didriksen (NOR)
Yuri Kondakov (URS)
Piet Kleine (NED)
Sten Stensen (NOR)
Hasse Börjes (SWE)
Roar Grønvold (NOR)
Roar Grønvold (NOR)
Kees Verkerk (NED)
Richard McDermott (USA)
Magne Thomassen (NOR)
Ivar Eriksen (NOR)
Ard Schenk (NED)
Kees Verkerk (NED)
Fred Anton Maier (SWE)
Alv Gjestvang (NOR)
Evgeni Grishin (URS)
Vladimir Orlov (URS)
Kees Verkerk (NED)
Per Ivar Moe (NOR)
Fred Anton Maier (SWE)
William Disney (USA)
Daniel Immerfall (USA)
Valeri Muratov (URS)
Hans van Helden (NED)
Hans van Helden (NED)
Hans van Helden (NED)
Valeri Muratov (URS)
Göran Claeson (SWE)
Sten Stensen (NOR)
Sten Stensen (NOR)
Knut Johannesen (NOR)
Viktor Kosichkin (URS)
Rafael Grach (URS)
Jan Pesman (NED)
Kjell Bäckman (SWE)
Alv Gjestvang (NOR)
Toivo Salonen (FIN)
Sigvard Ericsson (SWE)
Knut Johannesen (NOR)
Donald McDermott (USA)
Oleg Goncharenko (URS)
Oleg Goncharenko (URS)
Gordon Audley (CAN) Arne
Johansen (NOR)
Roald Aas (NOR)
Sverre Haugli (NOR)
Carl-Erik Asplund (SWE)
Wim van der Voort (NED)
Kees Broekman (NED)
Kees Broekman (NED)
Kenneth Bartholomew (USA)
Thomas Byberg (NOR)
Robert Fitzgerald (USA)
Åke Seyffarth (SWE)
Odd Lundberg (NOR)
Lassi Parkkinen (FIN)
Georg P.H. Krog (NOR)
Ivar Ballangrund (NOR)
Birger Wasenius (FIN)
Birger Wasenius (FIN)
Bernt Evensen (NOR)
Alexander Hurd (CAN)
Edward Murphy (USA)
Ivar Ballangrud (NOR)
Peter Notett (NED)
Örjan Sandler (SWE)
Villy Haugen (NOR)
Fred Anton Maier (NOR)
Knut Johannesen (NOR)
Rafael Grach (URS)
Boris Stenin (URS)
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Olympic Winter Games: Medalists – Ladies
Year
Event
Location
Winner
2nd
3rd
2014
2014
2014
2014
2014
2014
2010
2010
2010
2010
2010
2010
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
2002
2002
2002
2002
2002
1998
1998
1998
1998
1998
1994
1994
1994
1994
1994
1992
1992
1992
1992
1992
1988
1988
1988
1988
1988
1984
1984
1984
1984
1980
1980
1980
1980
1976
1976
1976
1976
1972
1972
1972
1972
500m
1000m
1500m
3000m
5000m
T.P. 6 L
500m
1000m
1500m
3000m
5000m
T.P. 6 L
500m
1000m
1500m
3000m
5000m
T.P. 6 L
500m
1000m
1500m
3000m
5000m
500m
1000m
1500m
3000m
5000m
500m
1000m
1500m
3000m
5000m
500m
1000m
1500m
3000m
5000m
500m
1000m
1500m
3000m
5000m
500m
1000m
1500m
3000m
500m
1000m
1500m
3000m
500m
1000m
1500m
3000m
500m
1500m
3000m
5000m
Sochi, RUS
Sochi, RUS
Sochi, RUS
Sochi, RUS
Sochi, RUS
Sochi, RUS
Vancouver, CAN
Vancouver, CAN
Vancouver, CAN
Vancouver, CAN
Vancouver, CAN
Vancouver, CAN
Torino, ITA
Torino, ITA
Torino, ITA
Torino, ITA
Torino, ITA
Torino, ITA
Salt Lake City, USA
Salt Lake City, USA
Salt Lake City, USA
Salt Lake City, USA
Salt Lake City, USA
Nagano, JPN
Nagano, JPN
Nagano, JPN
Nagano, JPN
Nagano, JPN
Lillehammer, NOR
Lillehammer, NOR
Lillehammer, NOR
Lillehammer, NOR
Lillehammer, NOR
Albertville, FRA
Albertville, FRA
Albertville, FRA
Albertville, FRA
Albertville, FRA
Calgary, CAN
Calgary, CAN
Calgary, CAN
Calgary, CAN
Calgary, CAN
Sarajevo, YUG
Sarajevo, YUG
Sarajevo, YUG
Sarajevo, YUG
Lake Placid, USA
Lake Placid, USA
Lake Placid, USA
Lake Placid, USA
Innsbruck, AUT
Innsbruck, AUT
Innsbruck, AUT
Innsbruck, AUT
Sapporo, JPN
Sapporo, JPN
Sapporo, JPN
Sapporo, JPN
Sang-Hwa Lee (KOR)
Hong Zhang (CHN)
Jorien Ter Mors (NED)
Ireen Wust (NED)
Martina Sablikova (CZE)
Netherlands
Sang-Hwa Lee (KOR)
Christine Nesbitt (CAN)
Ireen Wust (NED)
Martina Sablikova (CZE)
Martina Sablikova (CZE)
Germany
Svetlana Zhurova (RUS)
Marianne Timmer (NED)
Cindy Klassen (CAN)
Ireen Wust (NED)
Clara Hughes (CAN)
Germany
Catriona Lemay Doan (CAN)
Chris Witty (USA)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Catriona Lemay Doan (CAN)
Marianne Timmer (NED)
Marianne Timmer (NED)
Gunda Niermann-Stirnemann (GER)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Bonnie Blair (USA)
Bonnie Blair (USA)
Emese Hunyady (AUT)
Svetlana Bazhanova (RUS)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Bonnie Blair (USA)
Bonnie Blair (USA)
Jacqueline Börner (GER)
Gunda Niermann (GER)
Gunda Niemann (GER)
Bonnie Blair (USA)
Christa Rothenburger (GDR)
Yvonne van Gennip (NED)
Yvonne van Gennip (NED)
Yvonne van Gennip (NED)
Christa Rothenburger (GDR)
Karin Enke (GDR)
Karin Enke (GDR)
Andrea Schöne (GDR)
Karin Enke (GDR)
Natalia Petruseva (URS)
Annie Borckink (NED)
Bjørg Eva Jensen NOR
Sheila Young (USA)
Tatiana Averina (URS)
Galina Stepanskaia (URS)
Tatiana Averina (URS)
Anne Henning (USA)
Monika Pflug (FRG)
Dianne Holum (USA)
Stien Baas-Kaiser (NED)
Olga Fatkulina (RUS)
Ireen Wust (NED)
Ireen Wust (NED)
Martina Sablikova (CZE)
Ireen Wust (NED)
Poland
Jenny Wolf (GER)
Annette Gerritsen (NED)
Kristina Groves (CAN)
Stephanie Beckert (GER)
Stephanie Beckert (GER)
Japan
Manli Wang (CHN)
Cindy Klassen (CAN)
Kristina Groves (CAN)
Renate Groenewold GER
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Canada
Margot Boer (NED)
Margot Boer (NED)
Lotte van Beek (NED)
Olga Graf (RUS)
Carien Kleibeuker (NED)
Russia
Beixing Wang (CHN)
Laurine van Riessen (NED)
Martina Sablikova (CZE)
Kristina Groves (CAN)
Clara Hughes (CAN)
Poland
Hui Ren (CHN)
Anni FRIESINGER (GER)
Ireen Wust (NED)
Cindy Klassen (CAN)
Cindy Klassen (CAN)
Russia
Sabine Voelker (GER)
Jennifer Rodriguez (USA)
Jennifer Rodriguez (USA)
Cindy Klassen (CAN)
Clara Hughes (CAN)
Tomomi Okazaki (JPN)
20
Monique Garbrecht-Enfeldt (GER)
Sabine Voelker (GER)
Sabine Voelker (GER)
Renate Groenewold (GER)
Gretha Smit (NED)
Susan Auch (CAN)
Chris Witty (USA)
Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann (GER)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann (GER)
Susan Auch (CAN)
Anke Baier (GER)
Svetlana Fedotkina (RUS)
Emese Hunyady (AUT)
Gunda Niemann (GER)
Qiaobo Ye (CHN)
Qiaobo Ye (CHN)
Gunda Niemann (GER)
Heike Warnicke (GER)
Heike Warnicke (GER)
Christa Rothenburger (GDR)
Karin Kania (GDR)
Karin Kania (GDR)
Andrea Ehrig (GDR)
Andrea Ehrig (GDR)
Karin Enke (GDR)
Andrea Schöne (GDR)
Andrea Schöne (GDR)
Karin Enke (GDR)
Leah Poulos-Mueller (USA)
Leah Poulos-Mueller (USA)
Ria Visser (NED)
Sabine Becker (GDR)
Cathy Priestner (CAN)
Leah Poulos (USA)
Sheila Young (USA)
Andrea Mitscherlich (GDR)
Vera Krasnova (URS)
Atje Keulen-Deelstra (NED)
Stien Baas-Kaiser (NED)
Dianne Holum (USA)
Catriona Lemay-Doan (CAN)
Chris Witty (USA)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Lyudmila Prokasheva (KZK)
Franziska Schenk (GER)
Qiaobo Ye (CHN)
Gunda Niemann (GER)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Hiromi Yamamoto (JPN)
Christa Luding (GER)
Monique Garbrecht (GER)
Seiko Hashimoto (JPN)
Emese Hunyady (AUT)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Karin Kania (GDR)
Bonnie Blair (USA)
Andrea Ehrig (GDR)
Gabi Zange (GDR)
Gabi Zange (GDR)
Nathalia Shive (URS)
Natalia Petruseva (URS)
Natalia Petruseva (URS)
Gabi Schönbrunn (GDR)
Natalia Petruseva (URS)
Sylvia Albrecht (GDR)
Sabine Becker (GDR)
Elizabeth Heiden (USA)
Tatiana Averina (URS)
Sheila Young (USA)
Tatiana Averina (URS)
Lisbeth Korsmo NOR
Liudmila Titova (URS)
Anne Henning (USA)
Atje Kuelen-Deelstra (NED)
Atje Keulen-Deelstra (NED)
ISU Speed Skating Media Guide
1968
500m
Grenoble, FRA
Liudmila Titova (URS)
1968
1968
1968
1500m
3000m
5000m
Grenoble, FRA
Grenoble, FRA
Grenoble, FRA
Carry Geijssen (NED)
Kaija Mustonen (FIN)
Ans Schut (NED)
1964
1964
1964
1964
500m
1500m
3000m
5000m
Innsbruck, AUT
Innsbruck, AUT
Innsbruck, AUT
Innsbruck, AUT
Lidia Skoblikova (URS)
Lidia Skoblikova (URS)
Lidia Skoblikova (URS)
Lidia Skoblikova (URS)
1960
1960
1960
1960
500m
1500m
3000m
5000m
Squaw Valley, USA
Squaw Valley, USA
Squaw Valley, USA
Squaw Valley, USA
Helga Haase (GER)
Klara Guseva (URS)
Lidia Skoblikova (URS)
Lidia Skoblikova (URS)
21
Jennifer Fish (USA)
Dianne Holum (USA)
Mary Meyers (USA)
Liudmila Titova (URS)
Carry Geijssen (NED)
Kaija Mustonen (FIN)
Stein Kaiser (NED)
Irina Egorova (URS)
Irina Egorova (URS)
Kaija Mustonen (FIN)
Pil-Hwa Han (PRK)
Valentina Stenina (URS)
Natalia Donchenko (URS)
Helga Haase (GER)
Elwira Seroczynska (POL)
Valentina Stenina (URS)
Dianne Holum (USA)
Stein Kaiser (NED)
Tatiana Sidorova (URS)
Kaija Mustonen (FIN)
Berta Kolokoltseva (URS)
Jeanne Ashworth (USA)
Tamara Rylova (URS)
Helena Pilejczyk (POL)
Eevi Huttunen (FIN)
ISU Speed Skating Media Guide
ISU World Cup Speed Skating
Medal Tables - Single Distances Men
1
Rank
NOC
Netherlands
301
Gold
290
Silver
279
870
2
United States
157
140
118
415
3
Japan
138
143
141
422
4
Canada
101
95
87
283
5
Norway
93
83
80
256
6
Korea
49
81
81
211
7
East Germany
47
15
23
85
8
Russia
46
49
62
157
9
Soviet Union
23
21
28
72
10
Germany
20
18
39
77
11
Finland
16
15
21
52
12
Italy
12
11
20
43
13
China
11
18
10
39
14
Austria
9
10
14
33
15
Belarus
9
7
2
18
16
Sweden
8
19
13
40
17
Poland
6
14
14
34
18
Belgium
5
7
4
16
19
5
1
1
7
20
Commonwealth of Indep.
States
Kazakhstan
2
0
2
4
21
France
0
3
4
7
22
West Germany
0
3
3
6
23
Latvia
0
3
0
3
24
Australia
0
0
1
1
22
Bronze
Total
ISU Speed Skating Media Guide
Medal Tables – Single Distances Ladies
1
Rank
NOC
Germany
307
Gold
242
Silver
187
736
2
United States
133
91
86
310
3
Canada
109
99
90
298
4
Netherlands
107
175
203
485
5
East Germany
74
63
42
179
6
China
60
61
56
177
7
Japan
54
92
120
266
8
Czech Republic
38
17
12
67
9
Korea
36
32
30
98
10
Russia
28
44
58
130
11
Italy
13
10
26
49
12
Austria
12
16
22
50
13
Belarus
5
12
6
23
14
Norway
3
8
17
28
15
Poland
1
8
10
19
16
Sweden
1
2
1
4
17
Kazakhstan
0
5
4
9
18
West Germany
0
2
2
4
19
Soviet Union
0
1
6
7
20
Romania
0
0
1
1
23
Bronze
Total
ISU Speed Skating Media Guide
ISU World Cup Speed Skating 2014/15 – Final Classification per distance
Results from individual Essent ISU World Cup Speed Skating Events are available here.
Ladies Grand Overall Classification
Men Grand Overall Classification
Rank
1
2
Pavel Kulizhnikov RUS
Bart Swings BEL
Points
985
806
3
4
Sverre Lunde Pedersen NOR
Kjeld Nuis NED
786
750
3
4
Brittany Bowe USA
Ireen Wüst NED
1045
855
5
6
Jorrit Bergsma NED
Denny Morrison CAN
710
515
5
6
Marrit Leenstra NED
Ivanie Blondin CAN
796
610
7
8
Wouter Olde Heuvel NED
Seung-Hoon Lee KOR
456
450
7
8
Sang-Hwa Lee KOR
Nao Kodaira JPN
540
503
9
10
Nico Ihle GER
Patrick Beckert GER
436
316
9
10
Marije Joling NED
Qishi Li CHN
480
425
Men 500m
Rank
1
Rank
1
2
Heather Richardson USA
Martina Sábliková CZE
Points
1195
1096
Ladies 500m
Pavel Kulizhnikov RUS
Points
930
Rank
1
Nao Kodaira JPN
Points
926
2
3
Laurent Dubreuil CAN
Ruslan Murashov RUS
771
565
2
3
Sang-Hwa Lee KOR
Heather Richardson USA
880
710
4
5
Michel Mulder NED
Nico Ihle GER
560
558
4
5
Judith Hesse GER
Brittany Bowe USA
538
535
6
7
Artur Was POL
Tae-Bum Mo KOR
526
495
6
7
Karolina Erbanová CZE
Thijsje Oenema NED
523
486
8
9
Jan Smeekens NED
Espen Aarnes Hvammen NOR
475
453
8
9
Margot Boer NED
Floor van den Brandt NED
459
436
10
Aleksey Yesin RUS
302
10
Yekaterina Aydova KAZ
429
Men 1000m
Rank
Ladies 1000m
Pavel Kulizhnikov RUS
Kjeld Nuis NED
Points
600
571
Rank
1
2
1
2
Brittany Bowe USA
Marrit Leenstra NED
Points
510
507
3
4
Nico Ihle GER
Stefan Groothuis NED
402
324
3
4
Qishi Li CHN
Karolina Erbanová CZE
485
407
5
6
Denny Morrison CAN
Samuel Schwarz GER
321
313
5
6
Heather Richardson USA
Ireen Wüst NED
400
235
7
8
Hein Otterspeer NED
Shani Davis USA
252
250
7
8
Vanessa Bittner AUT
Yekaterina Aydova KAZ
211
194
9
10
Vincent De Haitre CAN
Aleksey Yesin RUS
246
236
9
10
Laurine van Riessen NED
Nao Kodaira JPN
179
166
24
ISU Speed Skating Media Guide
Men 1500m
Rank
Ladies 1500m
1
2
Denny Morrison CAN
Sverre Lunde Pedersen NOR
Points
409
405
3
4
Kjeld Nuis NED
Wouter olde Heuvel NED
381
301
3
4
Brittany Bowe USA
Ireen Wüst NED
370
340
5
6
Jan Szymanski POL
Konrad Niedzwiedzki POL
293
288
5
6
Martina Sábliková CZE
Ida Njåtun NOR
313
304
7
8
Bart Swings BEL
Thomas Krol NED
285
284
7
8
Marije Joling NED
Linda de Vries NED
251
238
9
10
Shani Davis USA
Zbigniew Brodka POL
255
172
9
10
Yuliya Skokova RUS
Olga Graf RUS
234
199
Men 5000/10000m
Rank
1
Rank
1
2
Marrit Leenstra NED
Heather Richardson USA
Points
410
400
Ladies 3000/5000m
Jorrit Bergsma NED
Points
430
Rank
1
Martina Sábliková CZE
Points
580
2
3
Sverre Lunde Pedersen NOR
Bob de Jong NED
415
346
2
3
Claudia Pechstein GER
Ireen Wüst NED
360
350
4
5
Patrick Beckert GER
Aleksandr Rumyantsev RUS
331
325
4
5
Marije Joling NED
Jorien Voorhuis NED
350
282
6
7
Bart Swings BEL
Douwe de Vries NED
320
296
6
7
Diane Valkenburg NED
Carlijn Achtereekte NED
271
258
8
9
Wouter olde Heuvel NED
Sven Kramer NED
256
200
8
9
Ivanie Blondin CAN
Olga Graf RUS
242
223
10
Seung-Hoon Lee KOR
151
10
Bente Kraus GER
148
Ladies Team Pursuit
Men Team Pursuit
Rank
1
2
Korea KOR
Netherlands NED
Points
310
290
3
4
Poland POL
Italy ITA
205
166
3
4
Poland POL
Japan JPN
236
226
5
6
Russia RUS
Canada CAN
166
165
5
6
Russia RUS
Canada CAN
180
160
7
8
Norway NOR
Japan JPN
141
112
7
8
Korea KOR
China CHN
115
111
9
10
Germany GER
Austria AUT
100
85
9
Czech Republic CZE
35
Men Mass Start
Rank
1
2
3
Rank
1
2
Netherlands NED
Germany GER
Points
350
240
Ladies Mass Start
Seung-Hoon Lee KOR
Points
450
Rank
1
Ivanie Blondin CAN
Points
466
Bart Swings BEL
Andrea Giovannini ITA
387
362
2
3
Irene Schouten NED
Martina Sábliková CZE
432
405
4
5
Jorrit Bergsma NED
Marco Weber GER
280
218
4
5
Nana Takagi JPN
Miho Takagi JPN
330
255
6
7
Shane Williamson JPN
Sverre Lunde Pedersen NOR
189
183
6
7
Francesca Lollobrigida ITA
Claudia Pechstein GER
242
234
8
9
Cheol-Min Kim KOR
Haralds Silovs LAT
179
158
8
9
Bo-Reum Kim KOR
Ye-Jin Jun KOR
168
160
Brian Hansen (USA)
45
10
Jelena Peeters BEL
148
10
25
ISU Speed Skating Media Guide
ISU World Single Distances Championships
Medal Table
Rank
Gold
Silver
Bronze
Total
1
NOC
Netherlands
63
63
50
176
2
Germany
36
31
25
92
3
Canada
21
23
28
72
4
United States
15
10
20
45
5
Czech Republic
10
3
1
14
6
Japan
8
10
14
32
7
Norway
7
9
6
22
8
Korea
7
6
6
19
9
Russia
6
8
11
25
10
China
3
8
3
14
11
Austria
1
0
2
3
12
Kazakhstan
1
0
1
2
13
Italy
0
6
2
8
14
Belgium
0
2
1
3
15
Poland
0
1
2
3
16
Belarus
0
1
1
2
17
Sweden
0
1
0
1
18
Finland
0
0
2
2
19
France
0
0
1
1
26
ISU Speed Skating Media Guide
ISU World Single Distances Championships: Medalists – Men
Year
Event
Location
Winner
2nd
3rd
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2012
2012
2012
2012
2012
2012
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2008
2008
2008
2008
2008
2008
2007
2007
2007
2007
2007
2007
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2004
2004
2004
2004
2004
2003
2003
2003
2003
2003
500m
1000m
1500m
5000m
10000m
T.P. 8 L
Mass Start
500m
1000m
1500m
5000m
10000m
T.P. 8 L
500m
1000m
1500m
5000m
10000m
T.P. 8 L
500m
1000m
1500m
5000m
10000m
T.P. 8 L
500m
1000m
1500m
5000m
10000m
T.P. 8 L
500m
1000m
1500m
5000m
10000m
T.P. 8 L
500m
1000m
1500m
5000m
10000m
T.P. 8 L
500m
1000m
1500m
5000m
10000m
T.P. 8 L
500m
1000m
1500m
5000m
10000m
500m
1000m
1500m
5000m
10000m
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Sochi, RUS
Sochi, RUS
Sochi, RUS
Sochi, RUS
Sochi, RUS
Sochi, RUS
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Inzell, GER
Inzell, GER
Inzell, GER
Inzell, GER
Inzell, GER
Inzell, GER
Richmond, CAN
Richmond, CAN
Richmond, CAN
Richmond, CAN
Richmond, CAN
Richmond, CAN
Nagano, JPN
Nagano, JPN
Nagano, JPN
Nagano, JPN
Nagano, JPN
Nagano, JPN
S.L.C., USA
S.L.C., USA
S.L.C., USA
S.L.C., USA
S.L.C., USA
S.L.C., USA
Inzell, GER
Inzell, GER
Inzell, GER
Inzell, GER
Inzell, GER
Inzell, GER
Seoul, KOR
Seoul, KOR
Seoul, KOR
Seoul, KOR
Seoul, KOR
Berlin, GER
Berlin, GER
Berlin, GER
Berlin, GER
Berlin, GER
Pavel Kulizhnikov (RUS)
Shani Davis (USA)
Denis Yuskov (RUS)
Sven Kramer (NED)
Jorrit Bergsma (NED)
Netherlands
Arjan Stroetinga (NED)
Tae-Bum Mo (KOR)
Denis Kuzin (KAZ)
Denis Yuskov (RUS)
Sven Kramer (NED)
Jorrit Bergsma (NED)
Netherlands
Mo Tae-Bum (KOR)
Stefan Groothuis (NED)
Denny Morrison (CAN)
Sven Kramer (NED)
Bob de Jong (NED)
Netherlands
Lee Kyou-Hyuk (KOR)
Shani Davis (USA)
Håvard Bøkko (NOR)
Bob de Jong (NED)
Bob de Jong (NED)
United States
Lee Kang-Seok (KOR)
Trevor Marsicano (USA)
Shani Davis (USA)
Sven Kramer (NED)
Sven Kramer (NED)
Netherlands
Jeremy Wotherspoon (CAN)
Shani Davis (USA)
Denny Morrison (CAN)
Sven Kramer (NED)
Sven Kramer (NED)
Netherlands
Lee Kang-Seok (KOR)
Shani Davis (USA)
Shani Davis (USA)
Sven Kramer (NED)
Sven Kramer (NED)
Netherlands
Joji Kato (JPN)
Even Wetten (NOR)
Rune Stordal (NOR)
Chad Hedrick (USA)
Bob de Jong (NED)
Netherlands
Jeremy Wotherspoon (CAN)
Erben Wennemars (NED)
Shani Davis (USA)
Chad Hedrick (USA)
Carl Verheijen (NED)
Jeremy Wotherspoon (CAN)
Erben Wennemars (NED)
Erben Wennemars (NED)
Jochem Uytdehaage (NED)
Bob de Jong (NED)
Michel Mulder (NED)
Pavel Kulizhnikov (RUS)
Denny Morrison (CAN)
Jorrit Bergsma (NED)
Erik Jan Kooiman (NED)
Canada
Fabio Francolini (ITA)
Joji Kato (JPN)
Tae-Bum Mo (KOR)
Shani Davis (USA)
Jorrit Bergsma (NED)
Sven Kramer (NED)
Korea
Michel Mulder (NED)
Kjeld Nuis (NED)
Ivan Skobrev (RUS)
Bob de Jong (NED)
Jorrit Bergsma (NED)
United States
Joji Kato (JPN)
Kjeld Nuis (NED)
Shani Davis (USA)
Lee Seung-Hoon (KOR)
Bob de Vries (NED)
Canada
Lee Kyou-Hyuk (KOR)
Denny Morrison (CAN)
Trevor Marsicano (USA)
Håvard Bøkko (NOR)
Håvard Bøkko (NOR)
Sweden
Lee Kyou-Hyuk (KOR)
Yevgeny Lalenkov (RUS)
Tied 2nd - Shani Davis (USA)
Enrico Fabris (ITA)
Enrico Fabris (ITA)
Italy
Yuya Oikawa (JPN)
Denny Morrison (CAN)
Erben Wennemars (NED)
Enrico Fabris (ITA)
Carl Verheijen (NED)
Canada
Hiroyasu Shimizu (JPN)
Jan Bos (NED)
Mark Tuitert (NED)
Bob de Jong (NED)
Carl Verheijen (NED)
Italy
Dmitry Lobkov (RUS)
Jeremy Wotherspoon (CAN)
Mark Tuitert (NED)
Carl Verheijen (NED)
Bob de Jong (NED)
Hiroyasu Shimizu (JPN)
Gerard van Velde (NED)
Ralf van der Rijst (NED)
Bob de Jong (NED)
Carl Verheijen (NED)
Laurent Dubreuil (CAN)
Kjeld Nuis (NED)
Koen Verweij (NED)
Douwe de Vries (NED)
Patrick Beckert (GER)
Korea
Alexis Contin (FRA)
Jan Smeekens (NED)
Shani Davis (USA)
Ivan Skobrev (RUS)
Ivan Skobrev (RUS)
Bob de Jong (NED)
Poland
Pekka Koskela (FIN)
Shani Davis (USA)
Håvard Bøkko (NOR)
Jonathan Kuck (USA)
Jonathan Kuck (USA)
Russia
Jan Smeekens (NED)
Stefan Groothuis (NED)
Lucas Makowsky (CAN)
Ivan Skobrev (RUS)
Ivan Skobrev (RUS)
Netherlands
Yu Fengtong (CHN)
Shani Davis (USA)
Denny Morrison (CAN)
Trevor Marsicano (USA)
Bob de Jong (NED)
United States
Joji Kato (JPN)
Denny Morrison (CAN)
Tied 2nd – Sven Kramer (NED)
Wouter Olde Heuvel (NED)
Bob de Jong (NED)
Germany
Tucker Fredricks (USA)
Lee Kyou-Hyuk (KOR)
Denny Morrison (CAN)
Carl Verheijen (NED)
Brigt Rykkje (NED)
Russia
Jeremy Wotherspoon (CAN)
Pekka Koskela (FIN)
Even Wetten (NOR)
Carl Verheijen (NED)
Chad Hedrick (USA)
Norway
Mike Ireland (CAN)
Masaaki Kobayashi (JPN)
Erben Wennemars (NED)
Gianni Romme (NED)
Chad Hedrick (USA)
Erben Wennemars (NED)
Joey Cheek (USA)
Joey Cheek (USA)
Carl Verheijen (NED)
Lasse Sætre (NOR)
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S.L.C., USA
S.L.C., USA
S.L.C., USA
S.L.C., USA
Nagano, JPN
Nagano, JPN
Nagano, JPN
Nagano, JPN
Nagano, JPN
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Calgary, CAN
Calgary, CAN
Calgary, CAN
Calgary, CAN
Calgary, CAN
Warsaw, POL
Warsaw, POL
Warsaw, POL
Warsaw, POL
Warsaw, POL
Hamar, NOR
Hamar, NOR
Hamar, NOR
Hamar, NOR
Hamar, NOR
Hiroyasu Shimizu (JPN)
Jeremy Wotherspoon (CAN)
Ådne Søndrål (NOR)
Bob de Jong (NED)
Carl Verheijen (NED)
Hiroyasu Shimizu (JPN)
Ådne Søndrål (NOR)
Ids Postma (NED)
Gianni Romme (NED)
Gianni Romme (NED)
Hiroyasu Shimizu (JPN)
Jan Bos (NED)
Ids Postma (NED)
Gianni Romme (NED)
Bob de Jong (NED)
Hiroyasu Shimizu (JPN)
Sylvain Bouchard (CAN)
Ådne Søndrål (NOR)
Gianni Romme (NED)
Gianni Romme (NED)
Manabu Horii (JPN)
Ådne Søndrål (NOR)
Rintje Ritsma (NED)
Rintje Ritsma (NED)
Gianni Romme (NED)
Hiroyasu Shimizu (JPN)
Sergey Klevchenya (RUS)
Jeroen Straathof (NED)
Ids Postma (NED)
Gianni Romme (NED)
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Jeremy Wotherspoon (CAN)
Ådne Søndrål (NOR)
Derek Parra (USA)
Carl Verheijen (NED)
Bob de Jong (NED)
Mike Ireland (CAN)
Jan Bos (NED)
Ådne Søndrål (NOR)
Bob de Jong (NED)
Bob de Jong (NED)
Erben Wennemars (NED)
Hiroyasu Shimizu (JPN)
Ådne Søndrål (NOR)
Bart Veldkamp (BEL)
Gianni Romme (NED)
Sylvain Bouchard (CAN)
Jeremy Wotherspoon (CAN)
Ids Postma (NED)
Rintje Ritsma (NED)
Bob de Jong (NED)
Roger Strøm (NOR)
Jan Bos (NED)
Ådne Søndrål (NOR)
Gianni Romme (NED)
Rintje Ritsma (NED)
Sergey Klevchenya (RUS)
Ådne Søndrål (NOR)
Ådne Søndrål (NOR)
Keiji Shirahata (JPN)
Bart Veldkamp (BEL)
Casey FitzRandolph (USA)
Sergey Klevchenya (RUS)
Erben Wennemars (NED)
Gianni Romme (NED)
Vadim Sayutin (RUS)
Jeremy Wotherspoon (CAN)
Mike Ireland (CAN)
Jan Bos (NED)
Keiji Shirahata (JPN)
Frank Dittrich (GER)
Jakko Jan Leeuwangh (NED)
Jakko Jan Leeuwangh (NED)
Rintje Ritsma (NED)
Bob de Jong (NED)
Frank Dittrich (GER)
Jeremy Wotherspoon (CAN)
Hiroyasu Shimizu (JPN)
Roberto Sighel (ITA)
Bart Veldkamp (BEL)
Frank Dittrich (GER)
Hiroyasu Shimizu (JPN)
Martin Hersman (NED)
Neil Marshall (CAN)
Frank Dittrich (GER)
Bob de Jong (NED)
Roger Strøm (NOR)
Jaegal Sung-Yeol (KOR)
Martin Hersman (NED)
Gianni Romme (NED)
Frank Dittrich (GER)
ISU Speed Skating Media Guide
ISU World Single Distances Championships: Medalists – Ladies
Year
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2012
2012
2012
2012
2012
2012
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2008
2008
2008
2008
2008
2008
2007
2007
2007
2007
2007
2007
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2004
2004
2004
2004
2004
2003
2003
2003
2003
2003
Event
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3000m
5000m
T.P. 6 L
Mass Start
500m
1000m
1500m
3000m
5000m
T.P. 6 L
500m
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1500m
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1000m
1500m
3000m
5000m
Location
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Sochi, RUS
Sochi, RUS
Sochi, RUS
Sochi, RUS
Sochi, RUS
Sochi, RUS
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Inzell, GER
Inzell, GER
Inzell, GER
Inzell, GER
Inzell, GER
Inzell, GER
Richmond, CAN
Richmond, CAN
Richmond, CAN
Richmond, CAN
Richmond, CAN
Richmond, CAN
Nagano, JPN
Nagano, JPN
Nagano, JPN
Nagano, JPN
Nagano, JPN
Nagano, JPN
S.L.C., USA
S.L.C., USA
S.L.C., USA
S.L.C., USA
S.L.C., USA
S.L.C., USA
Inzell, GER
Inzell, GER
Inzell, GER
Inzell, GER
Inzell, GER
Inzell, GER
Seoul, KOR
Seoul, KOR
Seoul, KOR
Seoul, KOR
Seoul, KOR
Berlin, GER
Berlin, GER
Berlin, GER
Berlin, GER
Berlin, GER
Winner
Heather Richardson (USA)
Brittany Bowe (USA)
Brittany Bowe (USA)
Martina Sábliková (CZE)
Martina Sábliková (CZE)
Japan
Irene Schouten (NED)
Sang-Hwa Lee (KOR)
Olga Fatkulina (RUS)
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Martina Sábliková (CZE)
Netherlands
Sang-Hwa Lee (KOR)
Christine Nesbitt (CAN)
Christine Nesbitt (CAN)
Martina Sáblíková (CZE)
Martina Sáblíková (CZE)
Netherlands
Jenny Wolf (GER)
Christine Nesbitt (CAN)
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Martina Sáblíková (CZE)
Canada
Jenny Wolf (GER)
Christine Nesbitt (CAN)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Renate Groenewold (NED)
Martina Sáblíková (CZE)
Canada
Jenny Wolf (GER)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Kristina Groves (CAN)
Martina Sáblíková (CZE)
Netherlands
Jenny Wolf (GER)
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Martina Sáblíková (CZE)
Martina Sáblíková (CZE)
Canada
Wang Manli (CHN)
Barbara de Loor (NED)
Cindy Klassen (CAN)
Cindy Klassen (CAN)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Germany
Wang Manli (CHN)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Clara Hughes (CAN)
Monique Garbrecht-Enfeldt (GER)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
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2nd
Brittany Bowe (USA)
Heather Richardson (USA)
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Carlijn Achtereekte (NED)
Netherlands
Ivanie Blondin (CAN)
Beixing Wang (CHN)
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Lotte van Beek (NED)
Martina Sábliková (CZE)
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Poland
Yu Jing (CHN)
Yu Jing (CHN)
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Stephanie Beckert (GER)
Stephanie Beckert (GER)
Canada
Sang-Hwa Lee (KOR)
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Diane Valkenburg (NED)
Martina Sáblíková (CZE)
Stephanie Beckert (GER)
Netherlands
Wang Beixing (CHN)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Martina Sáblíková (CZE)
Clara Hughes (CAN)
Netherlands
Wang Beixing (CHN)
Kristina Groves (CAN)
Paulien van Deutekom (NED)
Paulien van Deutekom (NED)
Clara Hughes (CAN)
Canada
Wang Beixing (CHN)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Cindy Klassen (CAN)
Renate Groenewold (NED)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Netherlands
Wang Beixing (CHN)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Canada
Anzhelika Kotyuga (BLR)
Marianne Timmer (NED)
Cindy Klassen (CAN)
Tied 2nd - Anni Friesinger (GER)
Gretha Smit (NED)
Wang Manli (CHN)
Jennifer Rodriguez (USA)
Maki Tabata (JPN)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Clara Hughes (CAN)
3rd
Nao Kodaira (JPN)
Karolina Erbanová (CZE)
Heather Richardson (USA)
Marije Joling (NED)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Russia
Mariska Huisman (NED)
Olga Fatkulina (RUS)
Brittany Bowe (USA)
Christine Nesbitt (CAN)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Korea
Thijsje Oenema (NED)
Margot Boer (NED)
Linda de Vries (NED)
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Poland
Wang Beixing (CHN)
Heather Richardson (USA)
Jorien Voorhuis (NED)
Stephanie Beckert (GER)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Germany
Sang-Hwa Lee (KOR)
Margot Boer (NED)
Christine Nesbitt (CAN)
Kristina Groves (CAN)
Kristina Groves (CAN)
Japan
Annette Gerritsen (NED)
Annette Gerritsen (NED)
Kristina Groves (CAN)
Daniela Anschütz-Thoms(GER)
Kristina Groves (CAN)
Germany
Sayuri Osuga (JPN)
Christine Nesbitt (CAN)
Kristina Groves (CAN)
Cindy Klassen (CAN)
Kristina Groves (CAN)
Germany
Sang-Hwa Lee (KOR)
Marianne Timmer (NED)
Jennifer Rodriguez (USA)
Kristina Groves (CAN)
Clara Hughes (CAN)
Japan
Ren Hui (CHN)
Cindy Klassen (CAN)
Jennifer Rodriguez (USA)
Tied 2nd - Gretha Smit (NED)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Anzhelika Kotyuga (BLR)
Cindy Klassen (CAN)
Jennifer Rodriguez (USA)
Gretha Smit (NED)
Gretha Smit (NED)
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S.L.C., USA
S.L.C., USA
S.L.C., USA
S.L.C., USA
Nagano, JPN
Nagano, JPN
Nagano, JPN
Nagano, JPN
Nagano, JPN
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Calgary, CAN
Calgary, CAN
Calgary, CAN
Calgary, CAN
Calgary, CAN
Warsaw, POL
Warsaw, POL
Warsaw, POL
Warsaw, POL
Warsaw, POL
Hamar, NOR
Hamar, NOR
Hamar, NOR
Hamar, NOR
Hamar, NOR
Catriona Le May Doan (CAN)
Monique Garbrecht-Enfeldt (GER)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann (GER)
Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann (GER)
Monique Garbrecht (GER)
Monique Garbrecht (GER)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann (GER)
Catriona Le May Doan (CAN)
Marianne Timmer (NED)
Emese Hunyady (AUT)
Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann (GER)
Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann (GER)
Catriona Le May Doan (CAN)
Chris Witty (USA)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann (GER)
Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann (GER)
Xue Ruihong (CHN)
Marianne Timmer (NED)
Gunda Niemann-Kleemann (GER)
Gunda Niemann-Kleemann (GER)
Gunda Niemann-Kleemann (GER)
Svetlana Zhurova (RUS)
Annamarie Thomas (NED)
Annamarie Thomas (NED)
Gunda Niemann-Kleemann (GER)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
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Monique Garbrecht-Enfeldt (GER)
Sabine Völker (GER)
Maki Tabata (JPN)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Svetlana Zhurova (RUS)
Marianne Timmer (NED)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann (GER)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Svetlana Zhurova (RUS)
Monique Garbrecht (GER)
Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann (GER)
Tied 2nd - Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Svetlana Zhurova (RUS)
Catriona Le May Doan (CAN)
Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann (GER)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Sabine Völker (GER)
Sandra Zwolle (NED)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Carla Zijlstra (NED)
Kyoko Shimazaki (JPN)
Chris Witty (USA)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Carla Zijlstra (NED)
Svetlana Zhurova (RUS)
Catriona Le May Doan (CAN)
Cindy Klassen (CAN)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Maki Tabata (JPN)
Catriona Le May Doan (CAN)
Chris Witty (USA)
Emese Hunyady (AUT)
Maki Tabata (JPN)
Tonny de Jong (NED)
Marianne Timmer (NED)
Catriona Le May Doan (CAN)
Tonny de Jong (NED)
Tied 2nd - Tonny de Jong(NED)
Tonny de Jong (NED)
Tomomi Okazaki (JPN)
Franziska Schenk (GER)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Carla Zijlstra (NED)
Franziska Schenk (GER)
Franziska Schenk (GER)
Marianne Timmer (NED)
Carla Zijlstra (NED)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Tomomi Okazaki (JPN)
Emese Hunyady (AUT)
Sandra Zwolle (NED)
Lyudmila Prokasheva (KAZ)
Elena Belci-Dal Farra (ITA)
ISU Speed Skating Media Guide
Past Season Results - Essent ISU World Single Distances Speed Skating
Championships 2015, Heerenveen/NED
Men 500m after 2 races
Rank
Ladies 500m after 2 races
1
2
Pavel Kulizhnikov (RUS)
Michel Mulder (NED)
Time
68.931
69.622
3
4
Laurent Dubreuil (CAN)
Hein Otterspeer (NED)
69.694
69.774
3
4
Nao Kodaira (JPN)
Thijsje Oenema (NED)
75.893
75.996
5
6
Artur Was (POL)
Ruslan Murashov (RUS)
69.807
69.966
5
6
Sang-Hwa Lee (KOR)
Judith Hesse (GER)
76.004
76.448
7
8
Espen Aarnes Hvammen (NOR)
Gilmore Junio (CAN)
70.036
70.147
7
8
Karolina Erbanová (CZE)
Yekaterina Aydova (KAZ)
76.622
76.638
9
10
Tae-Bum Mo (KOR)
Jesper Hospes (NED)
70.167
70.312
9
10
Floor van den Brandt (NED)
Vanessa Bittner (AUT)
76.800
76.852
Men 1000m
Rank
1
Rank
1
2
Heather Richardson (USA)
Brittany Bowe (USA)
Time
75.332
75.785
Ladies 1000m
Shani Davis (USA)
Time
1:08.57
Rank
1
Brittany Bowe (USA)
Time
1:13.90
2
3
Pavel Kulizhnikov (RUS)
Kjeld Nuis (NED)
1:08.61
1:08.71
2
3
Heather Richardson (USA)
Karolina Erbanová (CZE)
1:14.49
1:15.26
4
5
Denny Morrison (CAN)
Hein Otterspeer (NED)
1:08.72
1:08.88
4
5
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Qishi Li (CHN)
1:15.50
1:15.65
6
7
Stefan Groothuis (NED)
Nico Ihle (GER)
1:09.13
1:09.15
6
7
Kali Christ (CAN)
Marrit Leenstra (NED)
1:15.74
1:15.84
8
9
Denis Kuzin (KAZ)
Samuel Schwarz (GER)
1:09.40
1:09.42
8
9
Judith Hesse (GER)
Vanessa Bittner (AUT)
1:15.86
1:16.08
10
Joey Mantia (USA)
1:09.87
10
Laurine van Riessen (NED)
1:16.15
Men 1500m
Rank
Ladies 1500m
1
2
Denis Yuskov (RUS)
Denny Morrison (CAN)
Time
1:43.36
1:45.08
3
4
Koen Verweij (NED)
Shani Davis (USA)
1:45.15
1:45.84
3
4
Heather Richardson (USA)
Martina Sábliková (CZE)
1:55.60
1:55.65
5
6
Alexis Contin (FRA)
Zbigniew Brodka (POL)
1:46.02
1:46.19
5
6
Marrit Leenstra (NED)
Marije Joling (NED)
1:55.90
1:56.85
7
8
Bart Swings (BEL)
Jan Szymanski (POL)
1:46.23
1:46.24
7
8
Ida Njåtun (NOR)
Kali Christ (CAN)
1:57.79
1:57.82
9
10
Kjeld Nuis (NED)
Konrad Niedzwiedzki (POL)
1:46.32
1:46.43
9
10
Luiza Zlotkowska (POL)
Yuliya Skokova (RUS)
1:58.22
1:58.25
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Rank
1
2
Brittany Bowe (USA)
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Time
1:54.27
1:54.76
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Men 5000m
Rank
Ladies 3000m
1
2
Sven Kramer (NED)
Jorrit Bergsma (NED)
Time
6:09.65
6:11.53
3
4
Douwe de Vries (NED)
Denis Yuskov (RUS)
6:18.24
6:19.74
3
4
Marije Joling (NED)
Jorien Voorhuis (NED)
4:05.51
4:05.76
5
6
Alexis Contin (FRA)
Ted-Jan Bloemen (CAN)
6:19.99
6:21.16
5
6
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Bente Kraus (GER)
4:05.95
4:09.75
7
8
Patrick Beckert (GER)
Seung-Hoon Lee (KOR)
6:21.63
6:23.02
7
8
Ivanie Blondin (CAN)
Olga Graf (RUS)
4:09.85
4:10.32
9
10
Bart Swings (BEL)
Aleksandr Rumyantsev (RUS)
6:23.77
6:24.41
9
10
Luiza Zlotkowska (POL)
Anna Chernova (RUS)
4:11.04
4:11.82
Men 10000m
Rank
1
Rank
1
2
Martina Sábliková (CZE)
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Time
4:02.17
4:03.46
Ladies 5000m
Jorrit Bergsma (NED)
Time
12:54.82
Rank
1
Martina Sábliková (CZE)
Time
6:52.73
2
3
Erik Jan Kooiman (NED)
Patrick Beckert (GER)
13:02.57
13:10.95
2
3
Carlijn Achtereekte (NED)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
6:54.49
6:56.53
4
5
Sverre Lunde Pedersen (NOR)
Aleksandr Rumyantsev (RUS)
13:12.40
13:14.62
4
5
Jorien Voorhuis (NED)
Olga Graf (RUS)
7:05.64
7:07.89
6
7
Ted-Jan Bloemen (CAN)
Seung-Hoon Lee (KOR)
13:17.24
13:19.03
6
7
Ivanie Blondin (CAN)
Anna Chernova (RUS)
7:08.97
7:13.71
8
9
Bart Swings (BEL)
Alexej Baumgärtner (GER)
13:22.85
13:30.24
8
9
Stephanie Beckert (GER)
Jelena Peeters (BEL)
7:16.19
7:17.28
10
Yevgeny Seryaev (RUS)
13:36.34
10
Shoko Fujimura (JPN)
7:19.44
Men Team Pursuit
Ladies Team Pursuit
Rank
1
Netherlands
Time
3:41.40
2
3
Canada
Korea
3:44.09
3:44.96
4
5
Russia
Italy
3:46.78
3:47.07
6
7
Poland
Norway
3:48.94
3:50.58
8
Germany
3:50.76
Rank
Men Mass Start
Rank
1
1
2
Japan
Netherlands
Time
3:01.53
3:01.55
3
4
Russia
Canada
3:03.19
3:04.11
5
6
Korea
Poland
3:05.84
3:06.09
7
8
Germany
China
3:06.65
3:07.27
Ladies Mass Start
Arjan Stroetinga (NED)
Time
7:30.64
Rank
1
Irene Schouten (NED)
Time
8:38.23
2
3
Fabio Francolini (ITA)
Alexis Contin (FRA)
7:30.70
7:30.72
2
3
Ivanie Blondin (CAN)
Mariska Huisman (NED)
8:38.38
8:38.70
4
5
Haralds Silovs (LAT)
Andrea Giovannini (ITA)
8:02.21
7:56.00
4
5
Miho Takagi (JPN)
Vanessa Bittner (AUT)
9:12.23
9:06.64
6
7
Peter Michael (NZL)
Tyler Derraugh (CAN)
7:41.43
7:46.71
6
7
Bente Kraus (GER)
Yichi Liu (CHN)
8:50.61
8:43.03
8
9
Jeffrey Swider-Peltz (USA)
Marco Weber (GER)
7:58.12
7:35.82
8
9
Jing Liu (CHN)
Marina Zuyeva (BLR)
9:04.93
8:45.25
10
Shane Williamson (JPN)
8:04.67
10
Saskia Alusalu (EST)
8:47.05
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ISU World Allround Speed Skating Championships
Medal Table
Rank
NOC
Gold
Silver
Bronze
Total
1
Netherlands
48
26
42
116
2
Norway
38
34
39
111
3
Soviet Union
34
40
31
105
4
Finland
12
13
5
30
5
Germany
12
12
6
30
6
East Germany
10
9
6
25
7
United States
9
6
10
25
8
Canada
4
5
5
14
9
Sweden
3
3
6
12
10
Czech Republic
3
1
1
5
11
Russia
1
4
2
7
12
Italy
1
3
3
7
12
Austria
1
3
2
6
14
Hungary
1
0
1
2
15
Japan
0
3
4
7
16
Latvia
0
1
0
1
16
Great Britain
0
1
0
1
16
France
0
1
0
1
16
North Korea
0
1
0
1
16
Kazakhstan
0
1
0
1
21
Belgium
0
0
2
2
22
Poland
0
0
1
1
22
Romania
0
0
1
1
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Year
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991
1990
1989
1988
1987
1986
1985
1984
1983
1982
1981
1980
1979
1978
1977
1976
1975
1974
1973
1972
1971
1970
1969
1968
1967
1966
Location
Calgary, CAN
Heerenveen, NED
Hamar, NOR
Moscow, RUS
Calgary, CAN
Heerenveen, NED
Hamar, NOR
Berlin, GER
Heerenveen, NED
Calgary, CAN
Moscow, RUS
Hamar, NOR
Gothenburg, SWE
Heerenveen, NED
Budapest, HUN
Milwaukee, USA
Hamar, NOR
Heerenveen, NED
Nagano, JPN
Inzell, GER
Baselga di Piné, ITA
Gothenburg, SWE
Hamar, NOR
Calgary, CAN
Heerenveen, NED
Innsbruck, AUT
Oslo, NOR
Alma Ata, URS
Heerenveen, NED
Inzell, FRG
Hamar, NOR
Gothenburg, SWE
Oslo, NOR
Assen, NED
Oslo, NOR
Heerenveen, NED
Oslo, NOR
Gothenburg, SWE
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Oslo, NOR
Inzell, FRG
Deventer, NED
Oslo, NOR
Gothenburg, SWE
Oslo, NOR
Deventer, NED
Gothenburg, SWE
Oslo, NOR
Gothenburg, SWE
Winner
Sven Kramer (NED)
Koen Verweij (NED)
Sven Kramer (NED)
Sven Kramer (NED)
Ivan Skobrev (RUS)
Sven Kramer (NED)
Sven Kramer (NED)
Sven Kramer (NED)
Sven Kramer (NED)
Shani Davis (USA)
Shani Davis (USA)
Chad Hedrick (USA)
Gianni Romme (NED)
Jochem Uytdehaage (NED)
Rintje Ritsma (NED)
Gianni Romme (NED)
Rintje Ritsma (NED)
Ids Postma (NED)
Ids Postma (NED)
Rintje Ritsma (NED)
Rintje Ritsma (NED)
Johann Olav Koss (NOR)
Falko Zandstra (NED)
Roberto Sighel (ITA)
Johann Olav Koss (NOR)
Johann Olav Koss (NOR)
Leo Visser (NED)
Eric Flaim (USA)
Nikolai Guliayev (URS)
Hein Vergeer (NED)
Hein Vergeer (NED)
Oleg Bozhev (URS)
Rolf Falk-Larssen (NOR)
Hilbert van der Duim (NED)
Amund Sjøbrend (NOR)
Hilbert van der Duim (NED)
Eric Heiden (USA)
Eric Heiden (USA)
Eric Heiden (USA)
Piet Kleine (NED)
Harm Kuipers (NED)
Sten Stensen (NOR)
Göran Claeson (SWE)
Ard Schenk (NED)
Ard Schenk (NED)
Ard Schenk (NED)
Dag Fornæss (NOR)
Fred Anton Maier (NOR)
Kees Verkerk (NED)
Kees Verkerk (NED)
2nd
Denis Yuskov (RUS)
Jan Blokhuijsen (NED)
Håvard Bøkko (NOR)
Jan Blokhuijsen (NED)
Håvard Bøkko (NOR)
Jonathan Kuck (USA)
Håvard Bøkko (NOR)
Håvard Bøkko (NOR)
Enrico Fabris (ITA)
Enrico Fabris (ITA)
Chad Hedrick (USA)
Shani Davis (USA)
Rintje Ritsma (NED)
Dmitri Shepel (RUS)
Ids Postma (NED)
Ids Postma (NED)
Vadim Sayutin (RUS)
Rintje Ritsma (NED)
Keiji Shirahata (JPN)
Ids Postma (NED)
Keiji Shirahata (JPN)
Ids Postma (NED)
Johann Olav Koss (NOR)
Falko Zandstra (NED)
Roberto Sighel (ITA)
Ben van der Burg (NED)
Gerard Kemkers (NED)
Leo Visser (NED)
Oleg Bozhev (URS)
Oleg Bozhev (URS)
Oleg Bozhev (URS)
Andreas Ehrig (GDR)
Tomas Gustafson (SWE)
Dmitri Botshkarov (URS)
Kay Arne Stenshjemmet (NOR)
Eric Heiden (USA)
Jan Egil Storholt (NOR)
Jan Egil Storholt (NOR)
Jan Egil Storholt (NOR)
Sten Stensen (NOR)
Vladimir Ivanov (URS)
Harm Kuipers (NED)
Sten Stensen (NOR)
Roar Grønvold (NOR)
Göran Claeson (SWE)
Magne Thomassen (NOR)
Göran Claeson (SWE)
Magne Thomassen (NOR)
Ard Schenk (NED)
Ard Schenk (NED)
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3rd
Sverre Lunde Pedersen (NOR)
Denis Yuskov (RUS)
Bart Swings (BEL)
Koen Verweij (NED)
Jan Blokhuijsen (NED)
Håvard Bøkko (NOR)
Enrico Fabris (ITA)
Shani Davis (USA)
Carl Verheijen (NED)
Sven Kramer (NED)
Sven Kramer (NED)
Carl Verheijen (NED)
Ids Postma (NED)
Derek Parra (USA)
Bart Veldkamp (BEL)
Rintje Ritsma (NED)
Eskil Ervik (NOR)
Roberto Sighel (ITA)
Frank Dittrich (GER)
Keiji Shirahata (JPN)
Roberto Sighel (ITA)
Rintje Ritsma (NED)
Rintje Ritsma (NED)
Johann Olav Koss (NOR)
Bart Veldkamp (NED)
Bart Veldkamp (NED)
Geir Karlstad (NOR)
Dave Silk (USA)
Michael Hadschieff (AUT)
Viktor Shasherin (URS)
Hilbert van der Duim (NED)
Hilbert van der Duim (NED)
Aleksandr Baranov (URS)
Rolf Falk-Larssen (NOR)
Jan Egil Storholt (NOR)
Tom Erik Oxholm (NOR)
Kay Arne Stenshjemmet (NOR)
Sergei Martchuk (URS)
Sten Stensen (NOR)
Hans van Helden (NED)
Yuri Kondakov (URS)
Göran Claeson (SWE)
Piet Kleine (NED)
Jan Bols (NED)
Kees Verkerk (NED)
Kees Verkerk (NED)
Kees Verkerk (NED)
Ard Schenk (NED)
Fred Anton Maier (NOR)
Jonny Nilsson (SWE)
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Oslo, NOR
Helsinki, FIN
Karuizawa, JPN
Moscow, URS
Gothenburg, SWE
Davos, SUI
Oslo, NOR
Helsinki, FIN
Östersund, SWE
Oslo, NOR
Moscow, URS
Sapporo, JPN
Helsinki, FIN
Hamar, NOR
Davos, SUI
Eskilstuna, SWE
Oslo, NOR
Helsinki, FIN
Oslo, NOR
Helsinki, FIN
Davos, SUI
Oslo, NOR
Davos, SUI
Oslo, NOR
Helsinki, FIN
Trondheim, NOR
Lake Placid, USA
Helsinki, FIN
Oslo, NOR
Oslo, NOR
Davos, SUI
Tampere, FIN
Trondhjem, NOR
Oslo, NOR
Helsinki, FIN
Stockholm, SWE
Kristiania, NOR
Kristiania, NOR
Helsinki, FIN
Kristiania, NOR
Trondhjem, NOR
Helsinki, FIN
Kristiania, NOR
Davos, SUI
Groningen, NED
Kristiania, NOR
Stockholm, SWE
Kristiania, NOR
Berlin, GER
Davos, SUI
Montreal, CAN
St. Petersburg, RUS
Hamar, NOR
Per Ivar Moe (NOR)
Knut Johannesen (NOR)
Jonny Nilsson (SWE)
Viktor Kosichkin (URS)
Henk van der Grift (NED)
Boris Stenin (URS)
Juhani Järvinen (FIN)
Oleg Gontscharenko (URS)
Knut Johannesen (NOR)
Oleg Gontscharenko (URS)
Sigvard Ericsson (SWE)
Boris Shilkov (URS)
Oleg Gontscharenko (URS)
Hjalmar Andersen (NOR)
Hjalmar Andersen (NOR)
Hjalmar Andersen (NOR)
Kornél Pajor (HUN)
Odd Lundberg (NOR)
Lassi Parkkinen (FIN)
Birger Wassenius (FIN)
Ivar Ballangrud (NOR)
Michael Staksrud (NOR)
Ivar Ballangrud (NOR)
Michael Staksrud (NOR)
Bernt Evensen (NOR)
Hans Engnestangen (NOR)
Ivar Ballangrud (NOR)
Clas Thunberg (FIN)
Michael Staksrud (NOR)
Clas Thunberg (FIN)
Clas Thunberg (FIN)
Bernt Evensen (NOR)
Ivar Ballangrud (NOR)
Clas Thunberg (FIN)
Roald Larsen (NOR)
Clas Thunberg (FIN)
Harald Strøm (NOR)
Oscar Mathisen (NOR)
Oscar Mathisen (NOR)
Oscar Mathisen (NOR)
Nikolai Strunnikov (RUS)
Nikolai Strunnikov (RUS)
Oscar Mathisen (NOR)
Oscar Mathisen (NOR)
Coen de Koning (NED)
Sigurd Mathisen (NOR)
Franz Fredrik Wathén (FIN)
Edvard Engelsaas (NOR)
Peder Østlund (NOR)
Peder Østlund (NOR)
Jack K. McCulloch (CAN)
Jaap Eden (NED)
Jaap Eden (NED)
Jouko Launonen (FIN)
Viktor Kosichkin (URS)
Knut Johannesen (NOR)
Henk van der Grift (NED)
Viktor Kosichkin (URS)
Andre Kouprianoff (FRA)
Toivo Salonen (FIN)
Vladimir Shilikovski (URS)
Boris Shilkov (URS)
Robert Merkulov (URS)
Oleg Gontscharenko (URS)
Oleg Gontscharenko (URS)
Boris Shilkov (URS)
Lassi Parkkinen (FIN)
Johnny Cronshey (GBR)
Odd Lundberg (NOR)
Kees Broekman (NED)
John Werket (USA)
Sverre Farstad (NOR)
Alfons Berzins (LAT)
Karl Wazulek (AUT)
Birger Wassenius (FIN)
Birger Wassenius (FIN)
Ivar Ballangrud (NOR)
Birger Wassenius (FIN)
Michael Staksrud (NOR)
Michael Staksrud (NOR)
Bernt Evensen (NOR)
Ivar Ballangrud (NOR)
Ivar Ballangrud (NOR)
Ivar Ballangrud (NOR)
Clas Thunberg (FIN)
Roald Larsen (NOR)
Uno Pietilä (FIN)
Uno Pietilä (FIN)
Harald Strøm (NOR)
Roald Larsen (NOR)
Wasili Ippolitov (RUS)
Wasili Ippolitov (RUS)
Gunnar Strömsten (FIN)
Martin Sætherhaug (NOR)
Oscar Mathisen (NOR)
Oluf Steen (NOR)
Martin Sætherhaug (NOR)
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
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Ard Schenk (NED)
Rudie Liebrechts (NED)
Nils Aaness (NOR)
Ivar Nilsson (SWE)
Rudie Liebrechts (NED)
Helmut Kuhnert (GDR)
Robert Merkulov (URS)
Roald Aas (NOR)
Boris Zybin (URS)
Yevgeny Grishin (URS)
Boris Shilkov (URS)
Yevgeny Grishin (URS)
Wim van der Voort (NED)
Ivar Martinsen (NOR)
Kornél Pajor (HUN)
John Werket (USA)
Odd Lundberg (NOR)
Henry Wahl (NOR)
Åke Seyffarth (SWE)
Charles Mathiesen (NOR)
Charles Mathiesen (NOR)
Max Stiepl (AUT)
Edward Schroeder (USA)
Hans Engnestangen (NOR)
Ivar Ballangrud (NOR)
Ivar Ballangrud (NOR)
Bernt Evensen (NOR)
Ivar Ballangrud (NOR)
Dolf van der Scheer (NED)
Michael Staksrud (NOR)
Bernt Evensen (NOR)
Armand Carlsen (NOR)
Bernt Evensen (NOR)
Roald Larsen (NOR)
Julius Skutnabb (FIN)
Jakob Melnikov (URS)
Clas Thunberg (FIN)
Wäiniö Wickström (FIN)
Nikita Naidenov (RUS)
Trygve Lundgreen (NOR)
Henning Olsen (NOR)
Martin Sætherhaug (NOR)
Otto Andersson (SWE)
Moje Öholm (SWE)
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
1893
1891
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Amsterdam, NED
Amsterdam, NED
Jaap Eden (NED)
Joseph F. Donoghue (USA)
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
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ISU World Allround Speed Skating Championships: Medalists – Ladies
Year
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991
1990
1989
1988
1987
1986
1985
1984
1983
1982
1981
1980
1979
1978
1977
1976
1975
1974
1973
1972
1971
1970
1969
1968
1967
1966
Location
Calgary, CAN
Heerenveen, NED
Hamar, NOR
Moscow, RUS
Calgary, CAN
Heerenveen, NED
Hamar, NOR
Berlin, GER
Heerenveen, NED
Calgary, CAN
Moscow, RUS
Hamar, NOR
Gothenburg, SWE
Heerenveen, NED
Budapest, HUN
Milwaukee, USA
Hamar, NOR
Heerenveen, NED
Nagano, JPN
Inzell, GER
Savalen, NOR
Butte, USA
Berlin, GER
Heerenveen, NED
Hamar, NOR
Calgary, CAN
Lake Placid, USA
Skien, NOR
West Allis, USA
The Hague, NED
Sarajevo, YUG
Deventer, NED
Karl-Marx-Stadt, GDR
Inzell, FRG
Sainte-Foy, CAN
Hamar, NOR
The Hague, NED
Helsinki, FIN
Keystone, USA
Gjøvik, NOR
Assen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Strömsund, SWE
Heerenveen, NED
Helsinki, FIN
West Allis, USA
Grenoble, FRA
Helsinki, FIN
Deventer, NED
Trondheim, NOR
Winner
Martina Sáblíková (CZE)
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Martina Sáblíková (CZE)
Martina Sáblíková (CZE)
Paulien van Deutekom (NED)
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Cindy Klassen (CAN)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Renate Groenewold (NED)
Cindy Klassen (CAN)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann (GER)
Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann (GER)
Gunda Niemann-Kleemann (GER)
Gunda Niemann-Kleemann (GER)
Gunda Niemann-Kleemann (GER)
Emese Hunyady (AUT)
Gunda Niemann-Kleemann (GER)
Gunda Niemann-Kleemann (GER)
Gunda Kleemann (GER)
Jacqueline Börner (GDR)
Constanze Moser (GDR)
Karin Kania (GDR)
Karin Kania (GDR)
Karin Kania (GDR)
Andrea Schöne (GDR)
Karin Enke (GDR)
Andrea Schöne (GDR)
Karin Busch (GDR)
Natalia Petruseva (URS)
Natalia Petruseva (URS)
Beth Heiden (USA)
Tatiana Averina (URS)
Vera Bryndzei (URS)
Sylvia Burka (CAN)
Karin Kessow (GDR)
Atje Keulen-Deelstra (NED)
Atje Keulen-Deelstra (NED)
Atje Keulen-Deelstra (NED)
Nina Statkevich (URS)
Atje Keulen-Deelstra (NED)
Lasma Kauniste (URS)
Stien Kaiser (NED)
Stien Kaiser (NED)
Valentina Stenina (URS)
2nd
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Olga Graf (RUS)
Diane Valkenburg (NED)
Martina Sáblíková (CZE)
Christine Nesbitt (CAN)
Kristina Groves (CAN)
Kristina Groves (CAN)
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Cindy Klassen (CAN)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Cindy Klassen (CAN)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann (GER)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Lyudmila Prokasheva (KAZ)
Ulrike Adeberg (GER)
Emese Hunyady (AUT)
Emese Hunyady (AUT)
Heike Warnicke (GER)
Seiko Hashimoto (JPN)
Gunda Kleemann (GDR)
Yvonne van Gennip (NED)
Andrea Ehrig (GDR)
Andrea Ehrig (GDR)
Gabi Schönbrunn (GDR)
Andrea Schöne (GDR)
Karin Enke (GDR)
Andrea Schöne (GDR)
Karin Enke (GDR)
Beth Heiden (USA)
Natalia Petruseva (URS)
Galina Stepanskaya (URS)
Galina Stepanskaya (URS)
Tatiana Averina (URS)
Tatiana Averina (URS)
Tatiana Averina (URS)
Tatyana Shelekhova (URS)
Stien Baas-Kaiser (NED)
Stien Kaiser (NED)
Stien Kaiser (NED)
Stien Kaiser (NED)
Ans Schut (NED)
Lasma Kauniste (URS)
Kim Song-Soon (PRK)
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Ida Njåtun (NOR)
Yvonne Nauta (NED)
Yekaterina Shikhova (RUS)
Christine Nesbitt (CAN)
Martina Sáblíková (CZE)
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Kristina Groves (CAN)
Cindy Klassen (CAN)
Kristina Groves (CAN)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Wieteke Cramer (NED)
Daniela Anschütz (GER)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Renate Groenewold (NED)
Maki Tabata (JPN)
Tonny de Jong (NED)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Tonny de Jong (NED)
Mie Uehara (JPN)
Annamarie Thomas (NED)
Mihaela Dascalu (ROU)
Heike Warnicke (GER)
Seiko Hashimoto (JPN)
Lia van Schie (NED)
Constanze Moser (GDR)
Yvonne van Gennip (NED)
Erwina Rys-Ferens (POL)
Yvonne van Gennip (NED)
Sabine Brehm (GDR)
Sabine Brehm (GDR)
Gabi Schönbrunn (GDR)
Valentina Lalenkova (URS)
Natalia Petruseva (URS)
Sarah Docter (USA)
Bjørg Eva Jensen (NOR)
Sylvia Burka (CAN)
Marion Dittmann (GDR)
Galina Nikitina (URS)
Sheila Young (USA)
Sheila Young (USA)
Nina Statkevich (URS)
Trijnie Rep (NED)
Dianne Holum (USA)
Lyudmila Titova (URS)
Sigrid Sundby (NOR)
Ans Schut (NED)
Carry Geijssen (NED)
Dianne Holum (USA)
Stien Kaiser (NED)
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Oulu, FIN
Kristinehamn, SWE
Karuizawa, JPN
Imatra, FIN
Tønsberg, NOR
Östersund, SWE
Sverdlovsk, URS
Kristinehamn, SWE
Imatra, FIN
Kvarnsveden, SWE
Kuopio, FIN
Östersund, SWE
Lillehammer, NOR
Kokkola, FIN
Eskilstuna, SWE
Moscow, URS
Kongsberg, NOR
Turku, FIN
Drammen, NOR
Tampere, FIN
Oslo, NOR
Davos, SUI
Stockholm, SWE
Inga Voronina (URS)
Lidia Skoblikova (URS)
Lidia Skoblikova (URS)
Inga Artamonova (URS)
Valentina Stenina (URS)
Valentina Stenina (URS)
Tamara Rylova (URS)
Inga Artamonova (URS)
Inga Artamonova (URS)
Sofia Kondakova (URS)
Rimma Zhukova (URS)
Lidia Selikhova (URS)
Khalida Schegoleyeva (URS)
Lidia Selikhova (URS)
Eevi Huttunen (FIN)
Maria Isakova (URS)
Maria Isakova (URS)
Maria Isakova (URS)
Verné Lesche (FIN)
Verné Lesche (FIN)
Laila Schou-Nilsen (NOR)
Laila Schou-Nilsen (NOR)
Kit Klein (USA)
Valentina Stenina (URS)
Inga Voronina (URS)
Inga Voronina (URS)
Lidia Skoblikova (URS)
Albina Tuzova (URS)
Tamara Rylova (URS)
Valentina Stenina (URS)
Tamara Rylova (URS)
Tamara Rylova (URS)
Rimma Zhukova (URS)
Tamara Rylova (URS)
Rimma Zhukova (URS)
Rimma Zhukova (URS)
Maria Anikanova (URS)
Randi Thorvaldsen (NOR)
Zinaida Krotova (URS)
Zoya Kholchevnikova (URS)
Lidia Selikhova (URS)
Else Kristiansen (NOR)
Liisa Salmi (FIN)
Verné Lesche (FIN)
Synnøve Lie (NOR)
Verné Lesche (FIN)
Stien Kaiser (NED)
Tamara Rylova (URS)
Valentina Stenina (URS)
Albina Tuzova (URS)
Lidia Skoblikova (URS)
Lidia Skoblikova (URS)
Lidia Skoblikova (URS)
Sofia Kondakova (URS)
Lidia Selikhova (URS)
Tamara Rylova (URS)
Sofia Kondakova (URS)
Sofia Kondakova (URS)
Lidia Selikhova (URS)
Randi Thorvaldsen (NOR)
Ranghild Mikkelsen (NOR)
Rimma Zhukova (URS)
Rimma Zhukova (URS)
Zoya Kholchevnikova (URS)
Maggi Kvestad (NOR)
Laura Tamminen (FIN)
Synnøve Lie (NOR)
Verné Lesche (FIN)
Synnøve Lie (NOR)
Past Season Results - Essent ISU World Allround Speed Skating
Championships 2015, Calgary/CAN
Men
Ladies
Rank
1
Sven Kramer NED
Final
Points
146.509
1
Martina Sábliková CZE
Final
Points
157.717
2
3
Denis Yuskov RUS
Sverre Lunde Pedersen NOR
146.934
147.182
2
3
Ireen Wüst NED
Ida Njåtun NOR
159.278
159.795
4
5
Bart Swings BEL
Alexis Contin FRA
148.299
148.738
4
5
Heather Richardson USA
Linda de Vries NED
160.046
160.527
6
7
Douwe de Vries NED
Denny Morrison CAN
149.889
150.009
6
7
Ivanie Blondin CAN
Marije Joling NED
161.250
162.215
8
9
Konrad Niedzwiedzki POL
Zbigniew Brodka POL
150.672
109.552
8
9
Kali Christ CAN
Nana Takagi JPN
162.391
119.266
10
Haralds Silovs LAT
109.958
10
Claudia Pechstein GER
119.271
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Rank
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Medal Table
Rank
Gold
Silver
Bronze
Total
1
NOC
United States
20
20
16
56
2
Soviet Union
11
10
8
29
3
Canada
10
12
7
29
4
East Germany
10
8
3
21
5
Germany
8
6
6
20
6
Netherlands
7
9
17
33
7
Korea
7
3
3
13
8
China
5
5
3
13
9
Russia
4
3
2
9
10
Japan
2
9
13
24
11
Norway
2
3
4
9
12
West Germany
2
0
3
5
13
Finland
1
2
0
3
14
Sweden
1
1
1
3
14
Belarus
1
1
1
3
16
Commonwealth of Indep. States
1
0
0
1
17
Poland
0
0
2
2
18
Italy
0
0
1
1
18
Australia
0
0
1
1
18
Czech Republic
0
0
1
1
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Year
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991
1990
1989
1988
1987
1986
1985
1984
1983
1982
1981
1980
1979
1978
1977
1976
1975
1974
1973
1972
1971
1970
Location
Astana, KAZ
Nagano, JPN
Salt Lake City, USA
Calgary, CAN
Heerenveen, NED
Obihiro, JPN
Moscow, RUS
Heerenveen, NED
Hamar, NOR
Heerenveen, NED
Salt Lake City, USA
Nagano, JPN
Calgary, CAN
Hamar, NOR
Inzell, GER
Seoul, KOR
Calgary, CAN
Berlin, GER
Hamar, NOR
Heerenveen, NED
Milwaukee, USA
Calgary, CAN
Ikaho, JPN
Oslo, NOR
Inzell, GER
Tromsø, NOR
Heerenveen, NED
West Allis, USA
Sainte-Foy, CAN
Karuizawa, JPN
Heerenveen, NED
Trondheim, NOR
Helsinki, FIN
Alkmaar, NED
Grenoble, FRA
West Allis, USA
Inzell, FRG
Lake Placid, USA
Alkmaar, NED
West Berlin, FRG
Gothenburg, SWE
Innsbruck, AUT
Oslo, NOR
Eskilstuna, SWE
Inzell, FRG
West Allis, USA
Winner
Pavel Kulizhnikov (RUS)
Michel Mulder (NED)
Michel Mulder (NED)
Stefan Groothuis (NED)
Lee Kyou-Hyuk (KOR)
Lee Kyou-Hyuk (KOR)
Shani Davis (USA)
Lee Kyou-Hyuk (KOR)
Lee Kyou-Hyuk (KOR)
Joey Cheek (USA)
Erben Wennemars (NED)
Erben Wennemars (NED)
Jeremy Wotherspoon (CAN)
Jeremy Wotherspoon (CAN)
Mike Ireland (CAN)
Jeremy Wotherspoon (CAN)
Jeremy Wotherspoon (CAN)
Jan Bos (NED)
Sergey Klevchenya (RUS)
Sergey Klevchenya (RUS)
Yoon-Man Kim (KOR)
Dan Jansen (USA)
Igor Zhelezovski (BLR)
Igor Zhelezovski (CIS)
Igor Zhelezovski (URS)
Bae Ki-Tae (KOR)
Igor Zhelezovski (URS)
Dan Jansen (USA)
Akira Kuroiwa (JPN)
Igor Zhelezovski (URS)
Igor Zhelezovski (URS)
Gaétan Boucher (CAN)
Akira Kuroiwa (JPN)
Sergei Khlebnikov (URS)
Frode Rønning (NOR)
Eric Heiden (USA)
Eric Heiden (USA)
Eric Heiden (USA)
Eric Heiden (USA)
Johan Granath (SWE)
Aleksandr Safronov (URS)
Per Bjørang (NOR)
Valeri Muratov (URS)
Leo Linkovesi (FIN)
Erhard Keller (FRG)
Valeri Muratov (URS)
2nd
Hein Otterspeer (NED)
Shani Davis (USA)
Pekka Koskela (FIN)
Lee Kyou-Hyuk (KOR)
Mo Tae-Bum (KOR)
Lee Kang-Seok (KOR)
Keiichiro Nagashima (JPN)
Jeremy Wotherspoon (CAN)
Pekka Koskela (FIN)
Dmitry Dorofeyev (RUS)
Jeremy Wotherspoon (CAN)
Jeremy Wotherspoon (CAN)
Gerard van Velde (NED)
Casey FitzRandolph (USA)
Hiroyasu Shimizu (JPN)
Mike Ireland (CAN)
Jan Bos (NED)
Jeremy Wotherspoon (CAN)
Roger Strøm (NOR)
Hiroyasu Shimizu (JPN)
Hiroyasu Shimizu (JPN)
Sergey Klevchenya (RUS)
Yasunori Miyabe (JPN)
Dan Jansen (USA)
Uwe-Jens Mey (GER)
Andrej Bakhvalov (URS)
Uwe-Jens Mey (GDR)
Uwe-Jens Mey (GDR)
Nick Thometz (USA)
Dan Jansen (USA)
Gaétan Boucher (CAN)
Sergei Khlebnikov (URS)
Pavel Pegov (URS)
Gaétan Boucher (CAN)
Sergei Khlebnikov (URS)
Gaétan Boucher (CAN)
Gaétan Boucher (CAN)
Frode Rønning (NOR)
Peter Mueller (USA)
Daniel Immerfall (USA)
Yevgeny Kulikov (URS)
Masaki Suzuki (JPN)
Jos Valentijn (NED)
Valeri Muratov (URS)
Ove König (SWE)
Keiichi Suzuki (JPN)
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Aleksey Yesin (RUS)
Daniel Greig (AUS)
Hein Otterspeer (NED)
Mo Tae-Bum (KOR)
Shani Davis (USA)
Keiichiro Nagashima (JPN)
Simon Kuipers (NED)
Mun Joon (KOR)
Shani Davis (USA)
Jan Bos (NED)
Joey Cheek (USA)
Mike Ireland (CAN)
Erben Wennemars (NED)
Mike Ireland (CAN)
Jeremy Wotherspoon (CAN)
Hiroyasu Shimizu (JPN)
Hiroyasu Shimizu (JPN)
Erben Wennemars (NED)
Casey FitzRandolph (USA)
Manabu Horii (JPN)
Yasunori Miyabe (JPN)
Junichi Inoue (JPN)
Hiroyasu Shimizu (JPN)
Toshiyuki Kuroiwa (JPN)
Toshiyuki Kuroiwa (JPN)
Igor Zhelezovski (URS)
Andrej Bakhvalov (URS)
Eric Flaim (USA)
Yukihiro Mitani (JPN)
Akira Kuroiwa (JPN)
Dan Jansen (USA)
Kai Arne Engelstad (NOR)
Hilbert van der Duim (NED)
Frode Rønning (NOR)
Anatoli Medennikov (URS)
Tom Plant (USA)
Frode Rønning (NOR)
Johan Granath (SWE)
Yevgeny Kulikov (URS)
Peter Mueller (USA)
Valeri Muratov (URS)
Eppie Bleeker (NED)
Eppie Bleeker (NED)
Ard Schenk (NED)
Ard Schenk (NED)
Magne Thomassen (NOR)
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ISU World Sprint Speed Skating Championships: Medalists – Ladies
Year
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991
1990
1989
1988
1987
1986
1985
1984
1983
1982
1981
1980
1979
1978
1977
1976
1975
1974
1973
1972
1971
1970
Location
Astana, KAZ
Nagano, JPN
Salt Lake City, USA
Calgary, CAN
Heerenveen, NED
Obihiro, JPN
Moscow, RUS
Heerenveen, NED
Hamar, NOR
Heerenveen, NED
Salt Lake City, USA
Nagano, JPN
Calgary, CAN
Hamar, NOR
Inzell, GER
Seoul, KOR
Calgary, CAN
Berlin, GER
Hamar, NOR
Heerenveen, NED
Milwaukee, USA
Calgary, CAN
Ikaho, JPN
Oslo, NOR
Inzell, GER
Tromsø, NOR
Heerenveen, NED
West Allis, USA
Sainte-Foy, CAN
Karuizawa, JPN
Heerenveen, NED
Trondheim, NOR
Helsinki, FIN
Alkmaar, NED
Grenoble, FRA
West Allis, USA
Inzell, FRG
Lake Placid, USA
Alkmaar, NED
West Berlin, FRG
Gothenburg, SWE
Innsbruck, AUT
Oslo, NOR
Eskilstuna, SWE
Inzell, FRG
West Allis, USA
Winner
Brittany Bowe (USA)
Jing Yu (CHN)
Heather Richardson (USA)
Yu Jing (CHN)
Christine Nesbitt (CAN)
Sang-Hwa Lee (KOR)
Wang Beixing (CHN)
Jenny Wolf (GER)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Svetlana Zhurova (RUS)
Jennifer Rodriguez (USA)
Marianne Timmer (NED)
Monique Garbrecht-Enfeldt (GER)
Catriona Le May Doan (CAN)
Monique Garbrecht-Enfeldt (GER)
Monique Garbrecht (GER)
Monique Garbrecht (GER)
Catriona Le May Doan (CAN)
Franziska Schenk (GER)
Chris Witty (USA)
Bonnie Blair (USA)
Bonnie Blair (USA)
Ye Qiaobo (CHN)
Ye Qiaobo (CHN)
Monique Garbrecht (GER)
Angela Hauck (GDR)
Bonnie Blair (USA)
Christa Rothenburger (GDR)
Karin Kania (GDR)
Karin Kania (GDR)
Christa Rothenburger (GDR)
Karin Enke (GDR)
Karin Enke (GDR)
Natalia Petruseva (URS)
Karin Enke (GDR)
Karin Enke (GDR)
Leah Poulos-Mueller (USA)
Lubov Sadchikova (URS)
Sylvia Burka (CAN)
Sheila Young (USA)
Sheila Young (USA)
Leah Poulos (USA)
Sheila Young (USA)
Monika Pflug (FRG)
Ruth Schleiermacher (GDR)
Lyudmila Titova (URS)
2nd
Heather Richardson (USA)
Zhang Hong (CHN)
Jing Yu (CHN)
Christine Nesbitt (CAN)
Annette Gerritsen (NED)
Sayuri Yoshii (JPN)
Jenny Wolf (GER)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Wang Manli (CHN)
Anzhelika Kotyuga (BLR)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Cindy Klassen (CAN)
Andrea Nuyt (NED)
Eriko Sanmiya (JPN)
Chris Witty (USA)
Catriona Le May Doan (CAN)
Sabine Völker (GER)
Xue Ruihong (CHN)
Edel Therese Høiseth (NOR)
Oksana Ravilova (RUS)
Angela Hauck (GER)
Bonnie Blair (USA)
Bonnie Blair (USA)
Ye Qiaobo (CHN)
Bonnie Blair (USA)
Christa Luding (GDR)
Karin Kania (GDR)
Bonnie Blair (USA)
Christa Rothenburger (GDR)
Angela Stahnke (GDR)
Valentina Lalenkova (URS)
Natalia Petruseva (URS)
Karin Busch (GDR)
Tatjana Tarasova (URS)
Leah Poulos-Mueller (USA)
Beth Heiden (USA)
Beth Heiden (USA)
Leah Poulos (USA)
Leah Poulos (USA)
Heike Lange (GDR)
Atje Keulen-Deelstra (NED)
Atje Keulen-Deelstra (NED)
Dianne Holum (USA)
Anne Henning (USA)
Nina Statkevich (URS)
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3rd
Karolina Erbanová (CZE)
Heather Richardson (USA)
Sang-Hwa Lee (KOR)
Zhang Hong (CHN)
Margot Boer (NED)
Jenny Wolf (GER)
Yu Jing (CHN)
Annette Gerritsen (NED)
Cindy Klassen (CAN)
Chiara Simionato (ITA)
Sabine Völker (GER)
Jennifer Rodriguez (USA)
Shihomi Shinya (JPN)
Anzhelika Kotyuga (BLR)
Catriona Le May Doan (CAN)
Marianne Timmer (NED)
Sabine Völker (GER)
Chris Witty (USA)
Chris Witty (USA)
Franziska Schenk (GER)
Franziska Schenk (GER)
Xue Ruihong (CHN)
Oksana Ravilova (RUS)
Christa Luding (GER)
Christine Aaftink (NED)
Christine Aaftink (NED)
Seiko Hashimoto (JPN)
Bonnie Blair (USA)
Christa Rothenburger (GDR)
Bonnie Blair (USA)
Erwina Rys-Ferens (POL)
Natalya Shive (URS)
Christa Rothenburger (GDR)
Monika Holzner-Pflug (FRG)
Natalia Petruseva (URS)
Beth Heiden (USA)
Christa Rothenburger (GDR)
Erwina Rys-Ferens (POL)
Haitske Pijlman (NED)
Sylvia Burka (CAN)
Cathy Priestner (CAN)
Monika Pflug (FRG)
Monika Pflug (FRG)
Lyudmila Titova (URS)
Dianne Holum (USA)
Atje Keulen-Deelstra (NED)
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Past Season Results - Essent ISU World Sprint Speed Skating Championships
2015, Astana/KAZ
Men
Ladies
Rank
1
2
Pavel Kulizhnikov RUS
Hein Otterspeer NED
Final
Points
138.325
139.335
3
4
Aleksey Yesin RUS
Michel Mulder NED
139.855
139.865
3
4
Karolina Erbanová CZE
Yekaterina Aydova KAZ
152.625
153.025
5
6
Espen Aarnes Hvammen NOR
Pim Schipper NED
140.250
140.460
5
6
Olga Fatkulina RUS
Qishi Li CHN
153.315
153.330
7
8
Mika Poutala FIN
Laurent Dubreuil CAN
140.545
140.590
7
8
Margot Boer NED
Vanessa Bittner AUT
153.585
153.730
9
10
Samuel Schwarz GER
Jonathan Garcia USA
140.860
140.925
9
10
Thijsje Oenema NED
Judith Hesse GER
153.800
154.025
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Rank
1
2
Brittany Bowe USA
Heather Richardson USA
Final
Points
149.600
150.815
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ISU European Speed Skating Championships
Medal Table
Rank
Gold
Silver
Bronze
Total
1
NOC
Netherlands
41
41
42
124
2
Norway
38
37
34
109
3
Soviet Union
17
12
16
45
4
Germany
16
13
4
33
5
Sweden
9
3
7
19
6
East Germany
8
6
5
19
7
Finland
7
8
7
22
8
Czech Republic
4
1
3
8
9
Austria
3
6
4
13
10
Russia
2
1
7
10
11
Italy
1
4
2
7
12
Latvia
1
0
0
1
13
France
0
1
1
2
14
Belgium
0
1
0
1
15
Hungary
0
0
2
2
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Year
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991
1990
1989
1988
1987
1986
1985
1984
1983
1982
1981
1980
1979
1978
1977
1976
1975
1974
1973
1972
1971
1970
1969
1968
1967
1966
Location
Chelyabinsk, RUS
Hamar, NOR
Heerenveen, NED
Budapest, HUN
Collalbo, ITA
Hamar, NOR
Heerenveen, NED
Kolomna, RUS
Collalbo, ITA
Hamar, NOR
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Erfurt, GER
Baselga di Piné, ITA
Hamar, NOR
Heerenveen, NED
Helsinki, FIN
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Hamar, NOR
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Sarajevo, YUG
Heerenveen, NED
Gothenburg, SWE
The Hague, NED
Trondheim, NOR
Oslo, NOR
Eskilstuna, SWE
Larvik, NOR
The Hague, NED
Oslo, NOR
Deventer, NED
Trondheim, NOR
Deventer, NED
Oslo, NOR
Larvik, NOR
Oslo, NOR
Heerenveen, NED
Eskilstuna, SWE
Grenoble, FRA
Davos, SUI
Heerenveen, NED
Innsbruck, AUT
Inzell, FRG
Oslo, NOR
Lahti, FIN
Deventer, NED
Winner
Sven Kramer (NED)
Jan Blokhuijsen (NED)
Sven Kramer (NED)
Sven Kramer (NED)
Ivan Skobrev (RUS)
Sven Kramer (NED)
Sven Kramer (NED)
Sven Kramer (NED)
Sven Kramer (NED)
Enrico Fabris (ITA)
Jochem Uytdehaage (NED)
Mark Tuitert (NED)
Gianni Romme (NED)
Jochem Uytdehaage (NED)
Dmitri Shepel (RUS)
Rintje Ritsma (NED)
Rintje Ritsma (NED)
Rintje Ritsma (NED)
Ids Postma (NED)
Rintje Ritsma (NED)
Rintje Ritsma (NED)
Rintje Ritsma (NED)
Falko Zandstra (NED)
Falko Zandstra (NED)
Johann Olav Koss (NOR)
Bart Veldkamp (NED)
Leo Visser (NED)
Tomas Gustafson (SWE)
Nikolai Guliayev (URS)
Hein Vergeer (NED)
Hein Vergeer (NED)
Hilbert van der Duim (NED)
Hilbert van der Duim (NED)
Tomas Gustafson (SWE)
Amund Sjøbrend (NOR)
Kay Arne Stenshjemmet (NOR)
Jan Egil Storholt (NOR)
Sergei Martchuk (URS)
Jan Egil Storholt (NOR)
Kay Arne Stenshjemmet (NOR)
Sten Stensen (NOR)
Göran Claeson (SWE)
Göran Claeson (SWE)
Ard Schenk (NED)
Dag Fornæss (NOR)
Ard Schenk (NED)
Dag Fornæss (NOR)
Fred Anton Maier (NOR)
Kees Verkerk (NED)
Ard Schenk (NED)
2nd
Koen Verweij (NED)
Koen Verweij (NED)
Jan Blokhuijsen (NED)
Jan Blokhuijsen (NED)
Jan Blokhuijsen (NED)
Enrico Fabris (ITA)
Håvard Bøkko (NOR)
Håvard Bøkko (NOR)
Enrico Fabris (ITA)
Eskil Ervik (NOR)
Sven Kramer (NED)
Carl Verheijen (NED)
Rintje Ritsma (NED)
Carl Verheijen (NED)
Bart Veldkamp (BEL)
Eskil Ervik (NOR)
Roberto Sighel (ITA)
Roberto Sighel (ITA)
Rintje Ritsma (NED)
Ids Postma (NED)
Falko Zandstra (NED)
Johann Olav Koss (NOR)
Johann Olav Koss (NOR)
Johann Olav Koss (NOR)
Leo Visser (NED)
Tomas Gustafson (SWE)
Gerard Kemkers (NED)
Leo Visser (NED)
Michael Hadschieff (AUT)
Aleksandr Mozin (URS)
Frits Schalij (NED)
Rolf Falk-Larssen (NOR)
Yep Kramer (NED)
Rolf Falk-Larssen (NOR)
Hilbert van der Duim (NED)
Jan Egil Storholt (NOR)
Kay Arne Stenshjemmet (NOR)
Sten Stensen (NOR)
Kay Arne Stenshjemmet (NOR)
Sten Stensen (NOR)
Harm Kuipers (NED)
Amund Sjøbrend (NOR)
Hans van Helden (NED)
Roar Grønvold (NOR)
Ard Schenk (NED)
Dag Fornæss (NOR)
Kees Verkerk (NED)
Eduard Matusevich (URS)
Valeri Kaplan (URS)
Kees Verkerk (NED)
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3rd
Denis Yuskov (RUS)
Håvard Bøkko (NOR)
Håvard Bøkko (NOR)
Håvard Bøkko (NOR)
Koen Verweij (NED)
Ivan Skobrev (RUS)
Wouter Olde Heuvel (NED)
Enrico Fabris (ITA)
Carl Verheijen (NED)
Håvard Bøkko (NOR)
Carl Verheijen (NED)
Jochem Uytdehaage (NED)
Mark Tuitert (NED)
Dmitri Shepel (RUS)
Ids Postma (NED)
Ids Postma (NED)
Dmitri Shepel (RUS)
Vadim Sayutin (RUS)
Falko Zandstra (NED)
Martin Hersman (NED)
Roberto Sighel (ITA)
Falko Zandstra (NED)
Rintje Ritsma (NED)
Rintje Ritsma (NED)
Bart Veldkamp (NED)
Leo Visser (NED)
Geir Karlstad (NOR)
Gerard Kemkers (NED)
Hein Vergeer (NED)
Tomas Gustafson (SWE)
Oleg Bozhev (URS)
Frits Schalij (NED)
Bjørn Nyland (NOR)
Hilbert van der Duim (NED)
K. ArneStenshjemmet(NOR)
Tom Erik Oxholm (NOR)
Sergei Martchuk (URS)
Jan Egil Storholt (NOR)
Amund Sjøbrend (NOR)
Jan Egil Storholt (NOR)
Piet Kleine (NED)
Hans van Helden (NED)
Harm Kuipers (NED)
Jan Bols (NED)
Kees Verkerk (NED)
Göran Claeson (SWE)
Göran Claeson (SWE)
Magne Thomassen (NOR)
Eduard Matusevich (URS)
Valeri Kaplan (URS)
1965
1964
1963
1962
1961
1960
1959
1958
1957
1956
1955
1954
1953
1952
1951
1950
1949
1948
1947
1939
1938
1937
1936
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1933
1932
1931
1930
1929
1928
1927
1926
1925
1924
1923
1922
1914
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1912
1911
1910
1909
1908
1907
1906
1905
1904
1903
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1901
1900
1899
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Gothenburg, SWE
Oslo, NOR
Gothenburg, SWE
Oslo, NOR
Helsinki, FIN
Oslo, NOR
Gothenburg, SWE
Eskilstuna, SWE
Oslo, NOR
Helsinki, FIN
Falun, SWE
Davos, SUI
Hamar, NOR
Östersund, SWE
Oslo, NOR
Helsinki, FIN
Davos, SUI
Hamar, NOR
Stockholm, SWE
Riga, LAT
Oslo, NOR
Davos, SUI
Oslo, NOR
Helsinki, FIN
Hamar, NOR
Viipuri, FIN
Davos, SUI
Stockholm, SWE
Trondheim, NOR
Davos, SUI
Oslo, NOR
Stockholm, SWE
Chamonix, FRA
St. Moritz, SUI
Kristiania, NOR
Hamar, NOR
Helsinki, FIN
Berlin, GER
St. Petersburg, RUS
Stockholm, SWE
Hamar, NOR
Viipuri, FIN
Budapest, HUN
Klagenfurt, AUT
Davos, SUI
Davos, SUI
Stockholm, SWE
Davos, SUI
Kristiania, NOR
Davos, SUI
Trondhjem, NOR
Budapest, HUN
Davos, SUI
Eduard Matusevich (URS)
Ants Antson (URS)
Nils Aaness (NOR)
Robert Merkulov (URS)
Viktor Kosichkin (URS)
Knut Johannesen (NOR)
Knut Johannesen (NOR)
Oleg Gontscharenko (URS)
Oleg Gontscharenko (URS)
Yevgeny Grishin (URS)
Sigvard Ericsson (SWE)
Boris Shilkov (URS)
Kees Broekman (NED)
Hjalmar Andersen (NOR)
Hjalmar Andersen (NOR)
Hjalmar Andersen (NOR)
Sverre Farstad (NOR)
Reidar Liaklev (NOR)
Åke Seyffarth (SWE)
Alfons Berzins (LAT)
Charles Mathiesen (NOR)
Michael Staksrud (NOR)
Ivar Ballangrud (NOR)
Karl Wazulek (AUT)
Michael Staksrud (NOR)
Ivar Ballangrud (NOR)
Clas Thunberg (FIN)
Clas Thunberg (FIN)
Ivar Ballangrud (NOR)
Ivar Ballangrud (NOR)
Clas Thunberg (FIN)
Bernt Evensen (NOR)
Julius Skutnabb (FIN)
Otto Polacsek (AUT)
Roald Larsen (NOR)
Harald Strøm (NOR)
Clas Thunberg (FIN)
Oscar Mathisen (NOR)
Wasili Ippolitov (RUS)
Oscar Mathisen (NOR)
Nikolai Strunnikov (RUS)
Nikolai Strunnikov (RUS)
Oscar Mathisen (NOR)
Moje Öholm (SWE)
Moje Öholm (SWE)
Rudolf Gundersen (NOR)
Johan Wikander (FIN)
Rudolf Gundersen (NOR)
NOT AWARDED
Johan Schwartz (NOR)
Rudolf Gundersen (NOR)
Peder Østlund (NOR)
Peder Østlund (NOR)
Per Ivar Moe (NOR)
Yuri Yumasyev (URS)
Knut Johannesen (NOR)
Andre Kouprianoff (FRA)
Henk van der Grift (NED)
Boris Stenin (URS)
Juhani Järvinen (FIN)
Vladimir Shilikovski (URS)
Knut Johannesen (NOR)
Knut Johannesen (NOR)
Oleg Gontscharenko (URS)
Hjalmar Andersen (NOR)
Wim van der Voort (NED)
Kees Broekman (NED)
Wim van der Voort (NED)
Reidar Liaklev (NOR)
Hjalmar Andersen (NOR)
Göthe Hedlund (SWE)
Göthe Hedlund (SWE)
Charles Mathiesen (NOR)
Harry Haraldsen (NOR)
Hans Engnestangen (NOR)
Charles Mathiesen (NOR)
Bernt Evensen (NOR)
Max Stiepl (AUT)
Birger Wassenius (FIN)
Ossi Blomqvist (FIN)
Ossi Blomqvist (FIN)
Michael Staksrud (NOR)
Clas Thunberg (FIN)
Bernt Evensen (NOR)
Clas Thunberg (FIN)
Otto Polacsek (AUT)
Roald Larsen (NOR)
Clas Thunberg (FIN)
Clas Thunberg (FIN)
Ole Olsen (NOR)
Wasili Ippolitov (RUS)
Oscar Mathisen (NOR)
Martin Sætherhaug (NOR)
Thomas Bohrer (AUT)
Magnus Johansen (NOR)
Thomas Bohrer (AUT)
Oscar Mathisen (NOR)
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
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Viktor Kosichkin (URS)
Per Ivar Moe (NOR)
Per Ivar Moe (NOR)
Boris Stenin (URS)
Andre Kouprianoff (FRA)
Roald Aas (NOR)
Toivo Salonen (FIN)
Knut Johannesen (NOR)
Roald Aas (NOR)
Sigvard Ericsson (SWE)
Dmitri Sakunenko (URS)
Sigvard Ericsson (SWE)
Ivar Martinsen (NOR)
Kornél Pajor (HUN)
Henry Wahl (NOR)
Sverre Haugli/1925 (NOR)
Kornél Pajor (HUN)
Odd Lundberg (NOR)
Sverre Farstad (NOR)
Age Johansen (NOR)
Ivar Ballangrud (NOR)
Birger Wassenius (FIN)
Harry Haraldsen (NOR)
Birger Wassenius (FIN)
Karl Wazulek (AUT)
Kalle Paananen (FIN)
Rudolf Riedl (AUT)
Dolf van der Scheer (NED)
Thorstein Stenbek (NOR)
Roald Larsen (NOR)
Roald Larsen (NOR)
Ivar Ballangrud (NOR)
Uno Pietilä (FIN)
Oskar Olsen (NOR)
Oskar Olsen (NOR)
Roald Larsen (NOR)
Asser Wallenius (FIN)
Bjarne Frang (NOR)
Nikita Naidenov (RUS)
Gunnar Strömsten (FIN)
Otto Andersson (SWE)
Oscar Mathisen (NOR)
Moje Öholm (SWE)
Thomas Bohrer (AUT)
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
1898
1897
1896
1895
1894
1893
1892
1891
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Helsinki, FIN
Amsterdam, NED
Hamburg, GER
Budapest, HUN
Hamar, NOR
Berlin, GER
Vienna, AUT
Hamburg, GER
Gustav Estlander (FIN)
Julius Seyler (GER)
Julius Seyler (GER)
Alfred Næss (NOR)
NOT AWARDED
Rudolf Ericsson (SWE)
Franz Schilling (AUT)
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
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NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
NOT AWARDED
ISU Speed Skating Media Guide
ISU European Speed Skating Championships: Medalists – Ladies
Year
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991
1990
1989
1988
1987
1986
1985
1984
1983
1982
1981
1974
1973
1972
1971
1970
Location
Chelyabinsk, RUS
Hamar, NOR
Heerenveen, NED
Budapest, HUN
Collalbo, ITA
Hamar, NOR
Heerenveen, NED
Kolomna, RUS
Collalbo, ITA
Hamar, NOR
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Erfurt, GER
Baselga di Piné, ITA
Hamar, NOR
Heerenveen, NED
Helsinki, FIN
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Hamar, NOR
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Sarajevo, YUG
Heerenveen, NED
West Berlin, FRG
Kongsberg, NOR
Groningen, NED
Geithus, NOR
Groningen, NED
Alma Ata, URS
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Heerenveen, NED
Alma Ata, URS
Brandbu, NOR
Inzell, FRG
Leningrad, URS
Heerenveen, NED
Winner
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Martina Sáblíková (CZE)
Martina Sáblíková (CZE)
Martina Sáblíková (CZE)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Martina Sáblíková (CZE)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann (GER)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Tonny de Jong (NED)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Tonny de Jong (NED)
Gunda Niemann-Kleemann (GER)
Gunda Niemann-Kleemann (GER)
Gunda Niemann-Kleemann (GER)
Emese Hunyady (AUT)
Gunda Niemann-Kleemann (GER)
Gunda Kleemann (GER)
Gunda Kleemann (GDR)
Gunda Kleemann (GDR)
Andrea Ehrig (GDR)
Andrea Ehrig (GDR)
Andrea Ehrig (GDR)
Andrea Schöne (GDR)
Gabi Schönbrunn (GDR)
Andrea Schöne (GDR)
Natalia Petruseva (URS)
Natalia Petruseva (URS)
Atje Keulen-Deelstra (NED)
Atje Keulen-Deelstra (NED)
Atje Keulen-Deelstra (NED)
Nina Statkevich (URS)
Nina Statkevich (URS)
2nd
Martina Sáblíková (CZE)
Yvonne Nauta (NED)
Linda de Vries (NED)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Daniela Anschütz-Thoms (GER)
Paulien van Deutekom (NED)
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Renate Groenewold (NED)
Daniela Anschütz (GER)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann (GER)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Gunda Niemann-Kleemann (GER)
Annamarie Thomas (NED)
Annamarie Thomas (NED)
Svetlana Bazhanova (RUS)
Heike Warnicke (GER)
Emese Hunyady (AUT)
Heike Warnicke (GER)
Jacqueline Börner (GDR)
Constanze Moser (GDR)
Gunda Kleemann (GDR)
Yvonne van Gennip (NED)
Yvonne van Gennip (NED)
Yvonne van Gennip (NED)
Valentina Lalenkova (URS)
Karin Enke (GDR)
Karin Busch (GDR)
Karin Enke (GDR)
Nina Statkevich (URS)
Trijnie Rep (NED)
Nina Statkevich (URS)
Lyudmila Titova (URS)
Stien Kaiser (NED)
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3rd
Linda de Vries (NED)
Martina Sáblíková (CZE)
Diane Valkenburg (NED)
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Marrit Leenstra (NED)
Daniela Anschütz-Thoms (GER)
Martina Sáblíková (CZE)
Martina Sáblíková (CZE)
Renate Groenewold (NED)
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Renate Groenewold (NED)
Renate Groenewold (NED)
Renate Groenewold (NED)
Wieteke Cramer (NED)
Renate Groenewold (NED)
Annamarie Thomas (NED)
Svetlana Bazhanova (RUS)
Barbara de Loor (NED)
Claudia Pechstein (GER)
Tonny de Jong (NED)
Emese Hunyady (AUT)
Svetlana Bazhanova (RUS)
Heike Warnicke (GER)
Yvonne van Gennip (NED)
Heike Schalling (GDR)
Jacqueline Börner (GDR)
Yvonne van Gennip (NED)
Jacqueline Börner (GDR)
Natalia Artamonova (URS)
Sabine Brehm (GDR)
Olga Pleshkova (URS)
Natalia Petruseva (URS)
Natalya Glebova (URS)
Gabi Schönbrunn (GDR)
Tatyana Shelekhova (URS)
Nina Statkevich (URS)
Lyudmila Savrulina (URS)
Kapitolina Seregina (URS)
Ans Schut (NED)
ISU Speed Skating Media Guide
Past Season Results - Essent ISU European Speed Skating Championships
2015, Chelyabinsk/RUS
Ladies
Men
Rank
1
2
Sven Kramer (NED)
Koen Verweij (NED)
Final
Points
149.928
150.107
3
4
Denis Yuskov (RUS)
Sverre Lunde Pedersen (NOR)
150.696
150.764
3
4
Linda de Vries (NED)
Olga Graf (RUS)
163.695
164.531
5
6
Bart Swings (BEL)
Wouter olde Heuvel (NED)
151.448
151.762
5
6
Jorien Voorhuis (NED)
Ida Njåtun (NOR)
165.003
165.093
7
8
Haralds Silovs (LAT)
Danil Sinitsyn (RUS)
153.911
154.381
7
8
Natalya Voronina (RUS)
Yuliya Skokova (RUS)
167.535
169.506
9
10
Jan Szymanski (POL)
Håvard Bøkko (NOR)
112.275
112.413
9
10
Isabell Ost (GER)
Katarzyna Wozniak (POL)
124.898
124.994
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Rank
1
2
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Martina Sábliková (CZE)
Final
Points
161.734
162.414
ISU Speed Skating Media Guide
ISU World Junior Speed Skating Championships
Medal Table
1
Rank
NOC
Netherlands
42
Gold
39
37
118
2
Japan
14
18
24
56
3
Korea
14
13
13
40
4
Norway
13
11
13
37
5
United States
12
9
10
31
6
East Germany
11
7
7
25
7
Soviet Union
6
13
5
24
8
Czech Republic
6
3
2
11
9
Canada
5
8
9
22
10
Sweden
4
1
0
5
11
Germany
3
7
4
14
12
Italy
2
2
1
5
13
Austria
2
2
0
4
14
Russia
2
1
4
7
15
Poland
2
1
2
5
16
China
1
1
3
5
17
Kazakhstan
1
1
2
4
18
Finland
0
2
0
2
19
Switzerland
0
1
2
3
20
West Germany
0
0
1
1
20
North Korea
0
0
1
1
49
Silver
Bronze
Total
ISU Speed Skating Media Guide
ISU World Junior Speed Skating Championships: Medalists - Men
Year
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2014
2014
2014
2014
2014
2014
2014
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2012
2012
2012
2012
2012
2012
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2010
2010
2010
2010
2010
2010
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2008
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
Event
500m
1000m
1500m
5000m
Overall
T. P.
T. S.
M. S.
500m
1000m
1500m
3000m
5000m
Overall
T.P. 8 L
500m
1000m
1500m
5000m
Overall
T.P. 8 L
500m
1000m
1500m
5000m
Overall
T.P. 8 L
500m
1000m
1500m
5000m
Overall
T.P. 8 L
500m
1000m
1500m
5000m
Overall
T.P. 8 L
500m
1000m
1500m
5000m
Overall
T.P. 8 L
Overall
T.P. 8 L
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Location
Warsaw, POL
Warsaw, POL
Warsaw, POL
Warsaw, POL
Warsaw, POL
Warsaw, POL
Warsaw, POL
Warsaw, POL
Bjugn, NOR
Bjugn, NOR
Bjugn, NOR
Bjugn, NOR
Bjugn, NOR
Bjugn, NOR
Bjugn, NOR
Collalbo, ITA
Collalbo, ITA
Collalbo, ITA
Collalbo, ITA
Collalbo, ITA
Collalbo, ITA
Obihiro, JPN
Obihiro, JPN
Obihiro, JPN
Obihiro, JPN
Obihiro, JPN
Obihiro, JPN
Seinäjoki, FIN
Seinäjoki, FIN
Seinäjoki, FIN
Seinäjoki, FIN
Seinäjoki, FIN
Seinäjoki, FIN
Moscow, RUS
Moscow, RUS
Moscow, RUS
Moscow, RUS
Moscow, RUS
Moscow, RUS
Zakopane, POL
Zakopane, POL
Zakopane, POL
Zakopane, POL
Zakopane, POL
Zakopane, POL
Changchun, CHN
Changchun, CHN
Innsbruck, AUT
Erfurt, GER
Seinäjoki, FIN
Roseville, USA
Kushiro, JPN
Collalbo, ITA
Groningen, NED
Seinäjoki, FIN
Geithus, NOR
Roseville, USA
Butte, USA
Calgary, CAN
Winner
Jun-Ho Kim (KOR)
Yang Fan (CHN)
Patrick Roest (NED)
Nils van der Poel (SWE)
Patrick Roest (NED)
Netherlands
Korea
Oh Hyun-Min (KOR)
Kai Verbij (NED)
Kai Verbij (NED)
Fan Yang (CHN)
Patrick Roest (NED)
Nils van der Poel (SWE)
Patrick Roest (NED)
Korea
Tsubasa Hasegawa (JPN)
Im Joon-Hong (KOR)
Seo Jeong-Su (KOR)
Emery Lehman (USA)
Seo Jeong-Su (KOR)
Italy
Laurent Dubreuil (CAN)
Håvard Lorentzen (NOR)
Sverre Lunde Pedersen (NOR)
Sverre Lunde Pedersen (NOR)
Sverre Lunde Pedersen (NOR)
Norway (NOR)
Kim Seong-Kyu (KOR)
Kim Seong-Kyu (KOR)
Sverre Lunde Pedersen (NOR)
Sverre Lunde Pedersen (NOR)
Sverre Lunde Pedersen (NOR)
Netherlands (NED)
Artur Nogal (POL)
Brian Hansen (USA)
Brian Hansen (USA)
Koen Verweij (NED)
Koen Verweij (NED)
Norway (NOR)
Mitchell Whitmore (USA)
Jan Daldossi (ITA)
Pim Cazemier (NED)
Koen Verweij (NED)
Koen Verweij (NED)
Netherlands (NED)
Jan Blokhuijsen (NED)
Netherlands (NED)
Sjoerd de Vries (NED)
Håvard Bøkko (NOR)
Sven Kramer (NED)
Justin Warsylewicz (CAN)
Remco Olde Heuvel (NED)
Beorn Nijenhuis (NED)
Shingo Doi (JPN)
Johan Röjler (SWE)
Mark Tuitert (NED)
Dmitri Shepel (RUS)
Jelmer Beulenkamp (NED)
Bob de Jong (NED)
50
2nd
Yang Fan (CHN)
Patrick Roest (NED)
Kim Min-Seok (KOR)
Patrick Roest (NED)
Kim Min-Seok (KOR)
Korea
Norway
Marcel Bosker (NED)
Takuya Goto (JPN)
Armin Hager (AUT)
Kai Verbij (NED)
Willem Hoolwerf (NED)
Patrick Roest (NED)
Willem Hoolwerf (NED)
Japan
Im Joon-Hong (KOR)
Kai Verbij (NED)
Junya Miwa (JPN)
Andrea Giovannini (ITA)
Simen Spieler Nilsen (NOR)
Korea
Tsubasa Hasegawa (JPN)
Tommi Pulli (FIN)
Thomas Krol (NED)
Simen Spieler Nilsen (NOR)
Thomas Krol (NED)
Korea (KOR)
Laurent Dubreuil (CAN)
Tommi Pulli (FIN)
Li Bailin (CHN)
Kristian Fredriksen (NOR)
Simen Spieler Nilsen (NOR)
Norway (NOR)
Richard MacLennan (CAN)
Richard MacLennan (CAN)
Koen Verweij (NED)
Brian Hansen (USA)
Brian Hansen (USA)
Korea (KOR)
Richard MacLennan (CAN)
Jonathan Kuck (USA)
Roman Krech (KAZ)
Brian Hansen (USA)
Jonathan Kuck (USA)
Germany (GER)
Koen Verweij (NED)
Italy (ITA)
Tim Roelofsen (NED)
Wouter Olde Heuvel (NED)
Wouter Olde Heuvel (NED)
Sven Kramer (NED)
Robert Lehmann (GER)
Ivan Skobrev (RUS)
Mun Joon (KOR)
Takaharu Nakajima (JPN)
Yuri Solinger (NED)
Mark Tuitert (NED)
André Vreugdenhil (NED)
Mark Knoll (CAN)
3rd
Patrick Roest (NED)
Stanislav Palkin (KAZ)
Emery Lehman (USA)
Emery Lehman (USA)
Marcel Bosker (NED)
Japan
Russia
Zhou Bin (CHN)
Dai Dai Ntab (NED)
Taro Kondo (JPN)
Patrick Roest (NED)
Emery Lehman (USA)
Emery Lehman (USA)
Emery Lehman (USA)
China
Kim Jun-Ho(KOR)
Lennart Velema (NED)
Simen Spieler Nilsen (NOR)
Simen Spieler Nilsen (NOR)
Andrea Giovannini (ITA)
Japan
Kim Woo-Jin (KOR)
Laurent Dubreuil (CAN)
Håvard Lorentzen (NOR)
Kim Cheol-Min (KOR)
Simen Spieler Nilsen (NOR)
Netherlands (NED)
Tsubasa Hasegawa (JPN)
Maurice Vriend (NED)
Håvard Lorentzen (NOR)
Simen Spieler Nilsen (NOR)
Kristian Fredriksen (NOR)
Japan (JPN)
Aleksey Bondarchuk (KAZ)
Laurent Dubreuil (CAN)
Antoine Gelinas-Beaulieu (CAN)
Antoine Gelinas-Beaulieu (CAN)
Antoine Gelinas-Beaulieu (CAN)
Netherlands (NED)
Guillaume Blais Dufour (CAN)
Roman Krech (KAZ)
Jan Daldossi (ITA)
Jonathan Kuck (USA)
Brian Hansen (USA)
United States (USA)
Berden de Vries (NED)
United States (USA)
Trevor Marsicano (USA)
Shingo Hashibama (JPN)
Håvard Bøkko (NOR)
Yeo Sang-Yeop (KOR)
Lee Seung-Hwan (KOR)
Remco Olde Heuvel (NED)
Yeo Sang-Yeop (KOR)
Jan Friesinger (GER)
Choi Jae-Bong (KOR)
Bjarne Rykkje (NED)
Gijs Buitelaar (NED)
Mitsuru Watanabe (JPN)
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1994
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1990
1989
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1987
1986
1985
1984
1983
1982
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1978
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Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
1975
1974
1973
1972
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Seinäjoki, FIN
Berlin, GER
Baselga di Piné, ITA
Warsaw, POL
Calgary, CAN
Obihiro, JPN
Kiev, URS
Seoul, KOR
Strömsund, SWE
Sainte-Foy, CAN
Røros, NOR
Assen, NED
Sarajevo, YUG
Innsbruck, AUT
Elverum, NOR
Assen, NED
Grenoble, FRA
Montreal, CAN
Inzell, FRG
Madonna di Campiglio,
ITA
Strömsund, SWE
Cortina d'Ampezzo, ITA
Assen, NED
Lisleby, NOR
Bob de Jong (NED)
Jan Bos (NED)
Brian Smith (USA)
Jeroen Straathof (NED)
Falko Zandstra (NED)
Falko Zandstra (NED)
Andrei Anufriyenko (URS)
Michael Spielmann (GDR)
Masahiko Omura (JPN)
Bronislav Snetkov (URS)
Valeri Guk (URS)
Valeri Guk (URS)
Andrei Bobrov (URS)
Geir Karlstad (NOR)
Bjørn Nyland (NOR)
Tomas Gustafson (SWE)
Tomas Gustafson (SWE)
Eric Heiden (USA)
Eric Heiden (USA)
Lee Young-Ha (KOR)
Mark Knoll (CAN)
Marco Kramer (NED)
Ids Postma (NED)
Hiroyuki Noake (JPN)
Sergej Barysjev (URS)
Ådne Søndrål (NOR)
Rintje Ritsma (NED)
Cor-Jan Smulders (NED)
Naoki Kotake (JPN)
Ildar Garayev (URS)
Ildar Garayev (URS)
Aleksandr Klimov (URS)
Viacheslav Vidov (URS)
Igor Zhelezovski (URS)
Jean Pichett (CAN)
Craig Kressler (USA)
Andreas Ehrig (GDR)
Vitali Zazerskij (URS)
Jan Junell (SWE)
Eric Heiden (USA)
Yusuke Imai (JPN)
Shinya Tanaka (JPN)
Keiji Shirahata (JPN)
Jakko Jan Leeuwangh (NED)
Keiji Shirahata (JPN)
Arjan Schreuder (NED)
Naoki Kotake (JPN)
Naoki Kotake (JPN)
Michael Spielmann (GDR)
Takuya Nakamura (JPN)
Bronislav Snetkov (URS)
Bronislav Snetkov (URS)
Hansjörg Baltes (FRG)
Jean Pichett (CAN)
Jorg Mademann (GDR)
Sergei Berezin (URS)
Craig Kressler (USA)
Tom Erik Oxholm (NOR)
Hilbert van der Duim (NED)
Jan Alex de Vries (NED)
Masayuki Kawahara (JPN)
Manfred Winter (GDR)
Jan Heida (NED)
Yuri Kondakov (URS)
Jan Alex de Vries (NED)
Jan Alex de Vries (NED)
Nikolai Kuzmenko (URS)
Nikolai Kuzmenko (URS)
Joop Pasman (NED)
Jan Mietus (POL)
Kay Arne Stenshjemmet (NOR)
Terje Andersen (NOR)
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ISU World Junior Speed Skating Championships: Medalists – Ladies
Year
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2014
2014
2014
2014
2014
2014
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2012
2012
2012
2012
2012
2012
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2010
2010
2010
2010
2010
2010
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2008
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
Event
500m
1000m
1500m
3000m
Overall
T. P.
T. S.
M. S.
500m
1000m
1500m
3000m
Overall
T.P 6 L
500m
1000m
1500m
3000m
Overall
T.P. 6 L
500m
1000m
1500m
3000m
Overall
T.P. 6 L
500m
1000m
1500m
3000m
Overall
T.P. 6 L
500m
1000m
1500m
3000m
Overall
T.P. 6 L
500m
1000m
1500m
3000m
Overall
T.P. 6 L
Overall
T.P. 6 L
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Overall
Location
Warsaw, POL
Warsaw, POL
Warsaw, POL
Warsaw, POL
Warsaw, POL
Warsaw, POL
Warsaw, POL
Warsaw, POL
Bjugn, NOR
Bjugn, NOR
Bjugn, NOR
Bjugn, NOR
Bjugn, NOR
Bjugn, NOR
Collalbo, ITA
Collalbo, ITA
Collalbo, ITA
Collalbo, ITA
Collalbo, ITA
Collalbo, ITA
Obihiro, JPN
Obihiro, JPN
Obihiro, JPN
Obihiro, JPN
Obihiro, JPN
Obihiro, JPN
Seinäjoki, FIN
Seinäjoki, FIN
Seinäjoki, FIN
Seinäjoki, FIN
Seinäjoki, FIN
Seinäjoki, FIN
Moscow, RUS
Moscow, RUS
Moscow, RUS
Moscow, RUS
Moscow, RUS
Moscow, RUS
Zakopane, POL
Zakopane, POL
Zakopane, POL
Zakopane, POL
Zakopane, POL
Zakopane, POL
Changchun, CHN
Changchun, CHN
Innsbruck, AUT
Erfurt, GER
Seinäjoki, FIN
Roseville, USA
Kushiro, JPN
Collalbo, ITA
Groningen, NED
Seinäjoki, FIN
Geithus, NOR
Roseville, USA
Butte, USA
Calgary, CAN
Seinäjoki, FIN
Winner
Vanessa Bittner (AUT)
Vanessa Bittner (AUT)
Melissa Wijfje (NED)
Melissa Wijfje (NED)
Melissa Wijfje (NED)
Netherlands
Korea
Vanessa Bittner (AUT)
Vanessa Bittner (AUT)
Antoinette de Jong (NED)
Melissa Wijfje (NED)
Antoinette de Jong (NED)
Antoinette de Jong (NED)
Netherlands
Kim Hyun-Yung (KOR)
Vanessa Bittner (AUT)
Miho Takagi (JPN)
Antoinette de Jong (NED)
Miho Takagi (JPN)
Japan
Karolína Erbanová (CZE)
Miho Takagi (JPN)
Karolína Erbanová (CZE)
Do-Yeong Park (KOR)
Miho Takagi (JPN)
Korea (KOR)
Karolína Erbanová (CZE)
Karolína Erbanová (CZE)
Karolína Erbanová (CZE)
Do-Yeong Park (KOR)
Karolína Erbanová (CZE)
Korea (KOR)
Yekaterina Aydova (KAZ)
Lotte van Beek (NED)
Lotte van Beek (NED)
Lotte van Beek (NED)
Lotte van Beek (NED)
Netherlands (NED)
Olga Fatkulina (RUS)
Roxanne van Hemert (NED)
Roxanne van Hemert (NED)
Yvonne Nauta (NED)
Roxanne van Hemert (NED)
Netherlands (NED)
Marrit Leenstra (NED)
Netherlands (NED)
Noh Seon-Yeong (KOR)
Kim You-Lim (KOR)
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Eriko Ishino (JPN)
Shannon Rempel (CAN)
Elma de Vries (NED)
Frédérique Ankoné (NED)
Frédérique Ankoné (NED)
Helen van Goozen (NED)
Aki Tonoike (JPN)
Kirstin Holum (USA)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Becky Sundstrom (USA)
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2nd
Darya Kachanova (RUS)
Sanneke de Neeling (NED)
Sanneke de Neeling (NED)
Sanneke de Neeling (NED)
Sanneke de Neeling (NED)
Korea
China
Park Cho-Won (KOR)
Antoinette de Jong (NED)
Melissa Wijfje (NED)
Antoinette de Jong (NED)
Melissa Wijfje (NED)
Melissa Wijfje (NED)
Korea
Vanessa Bittner (AUT)
Miho Takagi (JPN)
Kaitlyn McGregor (SUI)
Miho Takagi (JPN)
Antoinette de Jong (NED)
Korea
Kim Hyun-Yung (KOR)
Karolína Erbanová (CZE)
Kim Bo-Reum (KOR)
Kim Bo-Reum (KOR)
Karolína Erbanová (CZE)
Japan (JPN)
Yekaterina Aydova (KAZ)
Hege Bøkko (NOR)
Pien Keulstra (NED)
Kim Bo-Reum (KOR)
Pien Keulstra (NED)
Japan (JPN)
Lotte van Beek (NED)
Hege Bøkko (NOR)
Hege Bøkko (NOR)
Yvonne Nauta (NED)
Hege Bøkko (NOR)
Japan (JPN)
Ahn Jee-Min (KOR)
Hege Bøkko (NOR)
Yvonne Nauta (NED)
Do-Yeong Park (KOR)
Yvonne Nauta (NED)
Japan (JPN)
Justine L'Heureux (CAN)
Germany (GER)
Laurine van Riessen (NED)
Martina Sáblíková (CZE)
Annette Gerritsen (NED)
Ireen Wüst (NED)
Eriko Ishino (JPN)
Eriko Ishino (JPN)
Heike Hartmann (GER)
Wieteke Cramer (NED)
Yuri Obara (JPN)
Catherine Raney (USA)
Bak Eun-Bi (KOR)
Renate Groenewold (NED)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
3rd
Sun Nan (CHN)
Yelizaveta Kazelina (RUS)
Park Ji-Woo (KOR)
Yelizaveta Kazelina (RUS)
Yelizaveta Kazelina (RUS)
Japan
Russia
Melissa Wijfje (NED)
Bente van der Berge (NED)
Sanneke de Neeling (NED)
Yelizaveta Kazelina (RUS)
Jade van der Molen (NED)
Yelizaveta Kazelina (RUS)
Japan
Kako Yamane (JPN)
Antoinette de Jong (NED)
Antoinette de Jong (NED)
Kaitlyn McGregor (SUI)
Kaitlyn McGregor (SUI)
Netherlands
Miho Takagi (JPN)
Kate Hanly (CAN)
Pien Keulstra (NED)
Pien Keulstra (NED)
Kim Bo-Reum (KOR)
Russia (RUS)
Kim Hyeon-Yeong (KOR)
Kali Christ (CAN)
Hege Bøkko (NOR)
Pien Keulstra (NED)
Lotte van Beek (NED)
Canada (CAN)
Janine Smit (NED)
Karolína Erbanová (CZE)
Karolína Erbanová (CZE)
Yelena Sokhryakova (RUS)
Karolína Erbanová (CZE)
Korea (KOR)
Yukana Nishina (JPN)
Olga Fatkulina (RUS)
Olga Fatkulina (RUS)
Roxanne van Hemert (NED)
Katarzyna Wozniak (POL)
Korea (KOR)
Jorieke van der Geest (NED)
China (CHN)
Fu Chunyan (CHN)
Lee Ju-Youn (KOR)
Sang-Hwa Lee (KOR)
Shannon Rempel (CAN)
Maria Lamb (USA)
Judith Hesse (GER)
Elma de Vries (NED)
Heike Hartmann (GER)
Keiko Taguchi (JPN)
Frijke Schaafsma (NED)
Kanae Kobayashi (JPN)
Aki Tonoike (JPN)
Chris Scheels (USA)
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1975
1974
1973
Overall
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Berlin, GER
Baselga di Piné, ITA
Warsaw, POL
Calgary, CAN
Obihiro, JPN
Kiev, URS
Seoul, KOR
Strömsund, SWE
Sainte-Foy, CAN
Røros, NOR
Assen, NED
Sarajevo, YUG
Innsbruck, AUT
Elverum, NOR
Assen, NED
Grenoble, FRA
Montreal, CAN
Inzell, FRG
Madonna di Campiglio,
ITA
Strömsund, SWE
Cortina d'Ampezzo, ITA
Assen, NED
Mie Shimizu (JPN)
Franziska Schenk (GER)
Nami Nemoto (JPN)
Anke Baier (GER)
Ulrike Adeberg (GDR)
Ulrike Adeberg (GDR)
Emi Tanaka (JPN)
Monique Garbrecht (GDR)
Monique Garbrecht (GDR)
Cornelia Dick (GDR)
Angela Stahnke (GDR)
Angela Stahnke (GDR)
Angela Stahnke (GDR)
Sarah Docter (USA)
Bjørg Eva Jensen (NOR)
Beth Heiden (USA)
Beth Heiden (USA)
Kim Kostron (USA)
Elisabeth Appleby (CAN)
Anni Friesinger (GER)
Mie Shimizu (JPN)
Sabine Völker (GER)
Svetlana Bazhanova (URS)
Anke Baier (GDR)
Anke Baier (GDR)
Claudia Pechstein (GDR)
Anja Ulbricht (GDR)
Anja Ulbricht (GDR)
Ludmila Tuberozova (URS)
Galina Voilochnikova (URS)
Seiko Hashimoto (JPN)
Yvonne van Gennip (NED)
Elke Wirsing (GDR)
Sarah Docter (USA)
Bjørg Eva Jensen (NOR)
Bjørg Eva Jensen (NOR)
Beth Heiden (USA)
Beth Heiden (USA)
Marianne Timmer (NED)
Maki Tabata (JPN)
Tatyana Trapeznikova (RUS)
Sabine Völker (GER)
Takako Tetsuda (JPN)
Sandra Zwolle (NED)
Shiho Kusunose (JPN)
Sylke Luding (URS)
Ludmila Tuberozova (URS)
Monique Garbrecht (GDR)
Son Hwa-Son (PRK)
Sjouke Hoffmann (GDR)
Seiko Hashimoto (JPN)
Yvonne van Gennip (NED)
Ria Visser (NED)
Ria Visser (NED)
Ines Bautzmann (GDR)
Bjørg Eva Jensen (NOR)
Katrin Lorenz (GDR)
Heike Lange (GDR)
Erwina Rys (POL)
Sylvia Burka (CAN)
Erwina Rys (POL)
Tatiana Fradina (URS)
Froukje Jongsma (NED)
Pietie Postma (NED)
Tatiana Timoshina (URS)
Kay Lunda (USA)
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Past Season Results - ISU World Junior Speed Skating Championships 2015 –
Warsaw/POL
Men Overall
Rank
Ladies Overall
1
2
Patrick Roest NED
Kim Min-Seok KOR
Final Points
151.99
154.33
3
4
Marcel Bosker NED
Yang Fan CHN
154.87
155.15
3
4
Yelizaveta Kazelina RUS
Park Ji-Woo KOR
168.04
170.74
5
6
Emery Lehman USA
Sergej Trofimov RUS
155.89
156.06
5
6
Nikola Zdráhalová CZE
Park Cho-Won KOR
170.88
171.98
7
8
Zhou Bin CHN
Christopher Fiola CAN
156.07
156.73
7
8
Ayano Sato JPN
Isabelle Weidemann CAN
173.60
173.76
9
10
Wesly Dijs NED
Benjamin Donnelly CAN
157.85
158.50
9
10
Aleksandra Kapruziak POL
Michelle Uhrig GER
174.09
174.41
Men 500m
Rank
1
Rank
1
2
Melissa Wijfje NED
Sanneke de Neeling NED
Final Points
166.81
167.02
Ladies 500m
Jun-Ho Kim KOR
Time
36.43
Rank
1
Vanessa Bittner AUT
Time
40.26
2
3
Yang Fan CHN
Patrick Roest NED
36.72
37.30
2
3
Darya Kachanova RUS
Sun Nan CHN
40.49
40.54
4
5
Yang Seung-Yong KOR
Stanislav Palkin KAZ
37.32
37.35
4
5
Sanneke de Neeling NED
Jang Mi KOR
40.63
40.64
6
7
Alex Garvey CAN
Mikhail Kazelin RUS
37.41
37.46
6
7
Yelizaveta Kazelina RUS
Shi Xiaoxuan CHN
40.65
41.03
8
9
Henrik Fagerli Rukke NOR
Hayato Nakamura JPN
37.49
37.53
8
9
Lin Xue CHN
Melissa Wijfje NED
41.03
41.06
10
Artyom Krikunov KAZ
37.61
10
Kim Min-Sun KOR
41.07
Men 1000m
Rank
Ladies 1000m
1
2
Yang Fan CHN
Patrick Roest NED
Time
1:12.80
1:13.01
3
4
Stanislav Palkin KAZ
Wesly Dijs NED
1:13.82
1:13.85
3
4
Yelizaveta Kazelina RUS
Melissa Wijfje NED
1:20.63
1:21.20
5
6
Kim Min-Seok KOR
Alexandre Dery CAN
1:13.91
1:14.12
5
6
Sun Nan CHN
Park Ji-Woo KOR
1:22.21
1:22.95
7
8
Christopher Fiola CAN
Tatsuya Shinhama JPN
1:14.25
1:14.26
7
8
Jang Mi KOR
Shi Xiaoxuan CHN
1:23.04
1:23.22
9
10
Yang Seung-Yong KOR
Sergej Trofimov RUS
1:14.40
1:14.61
9
10
Aleksandra Kapruziak POL
Kim Ha-Eun KOR
1:23.30
1:23.42
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Rank
1
2
Vanessa Bittner AUT
Sanneke de Neeling NED
Time
1:19.73
1:20.44
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Men 1500m
Rank
1
2
Ladies 1500m
Patrick Roest NED
Kim Min-Seok KOR
Time
1:52.31
1:53.26
Rank
1
2
Melissa Wijfje NED
Sanneke de Neeling NED
Time
2:04.15
2:05.29
3
4
Emery Lehman USA
Sergej Trofimov RUS
1:53.82
1:53.86
3
4
Park Ji-Woo KOR
Nikola Zdráhalová CZE
2:06.80
2:06.89
5
6
Marcel Bosker NED
Zhou Bin CHN
1:54.54
1:55.87
5
6
Yelizaveta Kazelina RUS
Park Cho-Won KOR
2:07.40
2:07.44
7
8
Park Ki-Woong KOR
Nils van der Poel SWE
1:56.13
1:56.15
7
8
Sun Nan CHN
Esther Kiel NED
2:07.86
2:09.05
9
10
Christopher Fiola CAN
Yang Fan CHN
1:56.15
1:56.21
9
10
Isabelle Weidemann CAN
Leia Behlau GER
2:09.28
2:10.00
Men 5000m
Rank
1
Ladies 3000m
Nils van der Poel SWE
Time
6:46.57
Rank
1
Melissa Wijfje NED
Time
4:22.58
2
3
Patrick Roest NED
Emery Lehman USA
6:47.46
6:50.37
2
3
Sanneke de Neeling NED
Yelizaveta Kazelina RUS
4:26.46
4:27.65
4
5
Marcel Bosker NED
Kim Min-Seok KOR
6:50.87
6:54.80
4
5
Isabelle Weidemann CAN
Park Ji-Woo KOR
4:28.55
4:29.49
6
7
Thomas Geerdinck NED
Zhou Bin CHN
6:55.81
6:58.90
6
7
Nikola Zdráhalová CZE
Esmee Visser NED
4:29.50
4:32.57
8
9
Sergej Trofimov RUS
Seitaro Ichinohe JPN
7:00.26
7:05.37
8
9
Park Cho-Won KOR
Leia Behlau GER
4:32.61
4:34.50
10
Aoi Yokoyama JPN
7:08.84
10
Ayano Sato JPN
4:35.45
Ladies Mass Start
Men Mass Start
Rank
1
2
Oh Hyun-Min KOR
Marcel Bosker NED
Time
5:09.79
5:09.82
Rank
1
2
Vanessa Bittner AUT
Park Cho-Won KOR
Time
6:00.34
6:00.69
3
4
Zhou Bin CHN
Linus Heidegger AUT
5:09.95
5:21.52
3
4
Melissa Wijfje NED
Elena Møller-Rigas DEN
6:00.70
6:05.26
5
6
Emery Lehman USA
Aoi Yokoyama JPN
6:02.79
5:24.86
5
6
Leia Behlau GER
Michelle Uhrig GER
6:09.29
6:04.73
7
8
Patrick Roest NED
Pedro Beckert GER
5:10.04
5:10.69
7
8
Sanneke de Neeling NED
Ayano Sato JPN
6:00.99
6:02.39
9
10
Benjamin Donnelly CAN
Marcin Bachanek POL
5:12.58
5:13.98
9
10
Park Ji-Woo KOR
Isabelle Weidemann CAN
6:03.72
6:03.79
55
ISU Speed Skating Media Guide
Ladies Team Pursuit
Men Team Pursuit
Rank
1
2
Netherlands NED
Korea KOR
Time
4:01.50
4:02.46
Rank
1
2
Netherlands NED
Korea KOR
Time
3:14.57
3:17.96
3
4
Japan JPN
Canada CAN
4:04.69
4:08.86
3
4
Japan JPN
Poland POL
3:18.85
3:21.23
5
6
Russia RUS
Norway NOR
4:09.90
4:13.44
5
6
Canada CAN
Germany GER
3:21.95
3:22.96
7
8
Germany GER
Denmark DEN
4:14.23
4:16.74
7
8
Kazakhstan KAZ
United States USA
3:33.88
3:37.77
9
10
Kazakhstan KAZ
Italy ITA
4:19.65
4:28.24
9
10
Belarus BLR
Romania ROM
3:38.38
3:44.02
Men Team Sprint
Rank
1
2
3
Ladies Team Sprint
Korea KOR
Time
1:24.22
Rank
1
Korea KOR
Time
1:33.72
Norway NOR
Russia RUS
1:25.43
1:25.49
2
3
China CHN
Russia RUS
1:33.91
1:34.16
4
5
Japan JPN
Belarus BLR
1:26.87
1:27.29
4
5
Japan JPN
Canada CAN
1:34.94
1:36.49
6
7
Kazakhstan KAZ
United States USA
1:27.90
1:30.35
6
7
Czech Republic CZE
Kazakhstan KAZ
1:36.84
1:37.99
8
9
Romania ROM
Denmark DEN
1:31.83
1:32.37
8
9
Poland POL
Belarus BLR
1:38.62
1:39.94
10
United States USA
1:40.08
56

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