2000 World Allround Speed Skating Championships

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World Allround Speed Skating Championships
Pettit National Ice Center.jpg
Pettit National Ice Center
Venue Pettit National Ice Center, Milwaukee
Dates 5–6 February 2000
Competitors 48
Medalists men
Gold medal    NED
Silver medal    NED
Bronze medal    NED
Medalists women
Gold medal    GER
Silver medal    GER
Bronze medal    JPN
«1999 Hamar 2001 Budapest»

The 2000 World Allround Speed Skating Championships was held on 5–6 February 2000 in the Pettit National Ice Center in Milwaukee.

Title defenders from the 1999 Championship in the Hamar Vikingskipet were Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann (Germany) and Rintje Ritsma (Netherlands).

German Claudia Pechstein and Dutchman Gianni Romme became world champion.

Women's tournament[edit]

24 skaters, 13 from Europe (Germany (4), Netherlands (4), Norway (2), Russia (2) and Austria (1)), 4 from North-America (Canada (3) and the United States (1)), 7 from Asia (Japan (3), China (2), Kazachstan (1) and South-Korea (1)), participated. Seven skaters made their World Championship debut.

Emese Hunyady (4th place) participated in her 15th WC Allround tournament and was the first female to reach this milestone.

Men's championships[edit]

Allround results[edit]

Place Athlete Country Points 500 m 5000 m 1500 m 10000 m
1 Gianni Romme  Netherlands 153.277 37.68 (12) 6:26.14 (1) 1:50.36 (4) 13:23.94 (1)
2 Ids Postma  Netherlands 155.433 36.56 (3) 6:40.89 (7) 1:50.28 (3) 14:00.48 (9)
3 Rintje Ritsma  Netherlands 155.822 37.20 (7) 6:40.70 (6) 1:50.46 (5) 13:54.65 (7)
4 Bart Veldkamp  Belgium 156.072 38.39 (19) 6:36.78 (3) 1:50.90 (7) 13:40.77 (2)
5 Roberto Sighel  Italy 156.380 37.49 (10) 6:40.50 (5) 1:51.22 (8) 13:55.35 (8)
6 Keiji Shirahata  Japan 156.701 38.08 (16) 6:38.88 (4) 1:52.42 (14) 13:45.20 (4)
7 Hiroyuki Noake  Japan 156.771 37.11 (6) 6:42.73 (9) 1:50.60 (6) 14:10.45 (10)
8 Frank Dittrich  Germany 157.839 39.08 (23) 6:36.02 (2) 1:54.17 (22) 13:42.03 (3)
9 Kevin Marshall  Canada 157.914 37.20 (7) 6:46.01 (14) 1:51.78 (10) 14:17.07 (11)
10 Ådne Søndrål  Norway 158.108 36.08 (2) 6:54.08 (22) 1:47.85 (1) 14:53.41 *(12)
11 Knut Morgenstern  Germany 158.354 38.30 (18) 6:42.68 (8) 1:55.09 (23) 13:48.46 (5)
12 Martin Feigenwinter   Switzerland 161.339 40.35 (24) 6:43.00 (10) 1:57.06 (24) 13:53.38 (6)
NQ13 Sergej Tsibenko  Kazakhstan 115.564 37.34 (9) 6:49.54 (19) 1:51.81 (11)
NQ14 Derek Parra  United States 115.630 37.49 (10) 6:46.34 (15) 1:52.52 (15)
NQ15 Eskil Ervik  Norway 115.674 37.76 (13) 6:47.74 (18) 1:51.42 (9)
NQ16 K. C. Boutiette  United States 115.856 37.09 (5) 6:49.63 (20) 1:53.41 (19)
NQ17 Steven Elm  Canada 116.004 37.81 (14) 6:46.74 (16) 1:52.56 (16)
NQ18 Mark Knoll  Canada 116.376 38.08 (16) 6:45.16 (12) 1:53.34 (18)
NQ19 Vadim Sayutin  Russia 116.463 38.69 (21) 6:43.13 (11) 1:52.38 (13)
NQ20 Petter Andersen  Norway 116.490 36.68 (4) 7:13.80 *(23) 1:49.29 (2)
NQ21 Takahiro Nozaki  Japan 116.640 37.93 (15) 6:51.64 (21) 1:52.64 (17)
NQ22 Paweł Zygmunt  Poland 117.103 38.70 (22) 6:45.43 (13) 1:53.58 (20)
NQ23 Marnix ten Kortenaar  Austria 117.256 38.62 (20) 6:47.13 (17) 1:53.77 (21)
NQ24 Choi Jae-bong  South Korea 117.439 36.01 (1) 7:21.29 (24) 1:51.90 (12)
* = with fall
NQ = Not qualified for the 10000 m (only the best 12 are qualified)
NF = not finished
NS = not started
DQ = disqualified

Women's championships[edit]

Allround results[edit]

Place Athlete Country Points 500 m 3000 m 1500 m 5000 m
1 Claudia Pechstein  Germany 163.830 40.18 (4) 4:06.44 (1) 1:59.97 (2) 7:05.87 (2)
2 Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann  Germany 163.985 40.43 (8) 4:06.83 (2) 2:00.62 (3) 7:02.11 (1)
3 Maki Tabata  Japan 165.296 39.68 (2) 4:13.79 (3) 1:59.52 (1) 7:14.78 (3)
4 Emese Hunyady  Austria 168.287 39.78 (3) 4:16.43 (7) 2:01.12 (6) 7:33.96 (11)
5 Renate Groenewold  Netherlands 168.688 41.44 (18) 4:14.83 (4) 2:01.22 (7) 7:23.71 (5)
6 Tonny de Jong  Netherlands 168.698 40.40 (7) 4:17.27 (10) 2:02.52 (12) 7:25.80 (6)
7 Svetlana Bazjanova  Russia 168.883 41.09 (16) 4:15.85 (5) 2:01.34 (8) 7:27.06 (7)
8 Song Li  China 168.914 40.28 (5) 4:19.12 (14) 2:01.11 (5) 7:30.78 (10)
9 Cindy Overland  Canada 169.272 41.13 (17) 4:16.67 (9) 2:01.93 (11) 7:27.21 (8)
10 Annamarie Thomas  Netherlands 169.681 40.46 (9) 4:18.17 (11) 2:01.08 (4) 7:38.33 (12)
11 Lyudmila Prokasheva  Kazakhstan 170.547 41.81 (21) 4:16.50 (8) 2:03.00 (15) 7:29.87 (9)
12 Anni Friesinger  Germany 216.341 1:29.48 *(24) 4:16.29 (6) 2:01.57 (9) 7:16.23 (4)
NQ13 Cindy Klassen  Canada 124.666 40.51 (10) 4:18.46 (13) 2:03.24 (16)
NQ14 Marieke Wijsman  Netherlands 124.737 40.30 (6) 4:23.35 (19) 2:01.64 (10)
NQ15 Varvara Barysheva  Russia 124.882 40.84 (13) 4:19.18 (15) 2:02.54 (13)
NQ16 Jennifer Rodriguez  United States 125.457 40.86 (14) 4:21.97 (18) 2:02.81 (14)
NQ17 Daniela Anschütz  Germany 126.352 41.71 (19) 4:20.68 (17) 2:03.59 (17)
NQ18 Kristina Groves  Canada 126.436 41.95 (22) 4:18.24 (12) 2:04.34 (18)
NQ19 Edel Therese Høiseth  Norway 126.489 39.48 (1) 4:32.30 (24) 2:04.88 (19)
NQ20 Gao Yang  China 126.573 40.60 (12) 4:25.26 (20) 2:05.29 (21)
NQ21 Aki Narita  Japan 127.163 41.74 (20) 4:20.12 (16) 2:06.21 (22)
NQ22 Chiharu Nozaki  Japan 127.357 40.99 (15) 4:28.09 (21) 2:05.06 (20)
NQ23 Baek Eun-bi  South Korea 130.967 42.01 (23) 4:29.47 (22) 2:12.14 (23)
NQ24 Ellen Kathrine Lie  Norway 138.214 40.57 (11) 4:31.07 (23) 2:37.40 *(24)
* = with fall
NQ = Not qualified for the 5000 m (only the best 12 are qualified)
NF = not finished
NS = not started
DQ = disqualified

Rules[edit]

All 24 participating skaters are allowed to skate the first three distances; 12 skaters may take part on the fourth distance. These 12 skaters are determined by taking the standings on the longest of the first three distances, as well as the samalog standings after three distances, and comparing these lists as follows:

  1. Skaters among the top 12 on both lists are qualified.
  2. To make up a total of 12, skaters are then added in order of their best rank on either list. Samalog standings take precedence over the longest-distance standings in the event of a tie.

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