2003 World Allround Speed Skating Championships

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World Allround Speed Skating Championships
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Cindy Klassen (Canada)
Venue Ruddalens idrottsplats, Gothenburg
Dates 8–9 February 2003
Competitors 48
Medalists men
Gold medal    NED
Silver medal    NED
Bronze medal    NED
Medalists women
Gold medal    CAN
Silver medal    GER
Bronze medal    GER
«2002 Heerenveen 2004 Hamar»

The 2003 World Allround Speed Skating Championships were held in Ruddalens idrottsplats in Gothenburg, Sweden, on 8–9 February 2003.

Canadian Cindy Klassen and Dutchman Gianni Romme became the world champions.

Men's championships[edit]

Allround results[edit]

Place Athlete Country Points 500 m 5000 m 1500 m 10000 m
1st Gianni Romme  Netherlands 158.105 38,23 (17) 6.42,67 (1) 1.52,07 (3) 14.05,04 (1)
2nd Rintje Ritsma  Netherlands 158.889 37,67 (11) 6.48,07 (2) 1.53,54 (5) 14.11,32 (2)
3rd Ids Postma  Netherlands 159.013 36,89 (1) 6.53,37 (4) 1.53,08 (4) 14.21,87 (6)
4 Mark Tuitert  Netherlands 159.380 37,56 (7) 6.55,67 (8) 1.51,74 (2) 14.20,15 (4)
5 Yevgeni Lalenkov  Russia 159.851 37,05 (2) 6.55,81 (9) 1.51,70 (1) 14.39,75 (10)
6 Eskil Ervik  Norway 160.687 38,69 (20) 6.52,94 (3) 1.54,14 (10) 14.13,14 (3)
7 Dmitry Shepel  Russia 161.076 37,35 (4) 6.58,29 (11) 1.55,02 (15) 14.31,14 (8)
8 K. C. Boutiette  United States 161.085 37,58 (9) 6.57,76 (10) 1.54,51 (12) 14.31,18 (9)
9 Johan Röjler  Sweden 161.150 38,04 (16) 6.55,32 (7) 1.54,99 (14) 14.24,97 (7)
10 Jan Friesinger  Germany 161.906 37,59 (10) 6.59,03 (12) 1.55,02 (15) 14.41,46 (11)
11 Paweł Zygmunt  Poland 162.026 38,85 (21) 6.54,46 (5) 1.56,05 (18) 14.20,94 (5)
DQ4 Enrico Fabris  Italy 117.982 38,46 (18) 6.55,16 (6) 1.54,02 (8) 14.35,11 (DQ)
NQ13 Derek Parra  United States 117.643 37,35 (4) 7.02,50 (16) 1.54,13 (9)
NQ14 Kevin Marshall  Canada 117.851 37,18 (3) 7.05,65 (19) 1.54,32 (11)
NQ15 Dustin Molicki  Canada 117.974 37,99 (15) 6.59,91 (13) 1.53,98 (7)
NQ16 Shani Davis  United States 118.080 37,69 (12) 7.04,84 (18) 1.53,72 (6)
NQ17 Takahiro Nozaki  Japan 119.046 37,87 (14) 7.09,76 (21) 1.54,60 (13)
NQ18 Takahiro Ushiyama  Japan 119.077 37,36 (6) 7.07,34 (20) 1.56,95 (22)
NQ19 Chris Callis  United States 119.178 37,56 (7) 7.11,78 (22) 1.55,32 (17)
NQ20 Kazuaki Kobayashi  Japan 119.856 37,84 (13) 7.12,56 (23) 1.56,28 (19)
NQ21 Lasse Sætre  Norway 120.248 39,27 (22) 6.59,98 *(14) 1.56,94 (21)
NQ22 Mark Knoll  Canada 121.010 39,42 (23) 7.03,07 (17) 1.57,85 (23)
NQ23 Steven Elm  Canada 121.013 38,68 (19) 7.15,13 (24) 1.56,46 (20)
NQ24 Toshihiko Itokawa  Japan 121.395 39,78 (24) 7.01,99 (15) 1.58,25 (24)

NQ = Not qualified for the 10000 m (only the best 12 are qualified)
DQ = disqualified

Women's championships[edit]

Allround results[edit]

Place Athlete Country Points 500 m 3000 m 1500 m 5000 m
1st Cindy Klassen  Canada 170.545 40,16 (2) 4.21,28 (2) 2.05,10 (3) 7.31,39 (3)
2nd Claudia Pechstein  Germany 171.144 41,20 (5) 4.19,99 (1) 2.04,99 (2) 7.29,50 (2)
3rd Daniela Anschütz  Germany 173.633 41,40 (6) 4.24,46 (6) 2.07,28 (9) 7.37,31 (6)
4 Kristina Groves  Canada 173.726 42,11 (16) 4.22,72 (5) 2.06,30 (6) 7.37,30 (5)
5 Jennifer Rodriguez  United States 173.817 40,01 (1) 4.29,39 (12) 2.05,79 (5) 7.49,79 (11)
6 Clara Hughes  Canada 173.897 43,31 (23) 4.21,38 (3) 2.07,31 (10) 7.25,88 (1)
7 Maki Tabata  Japan 174.050 40,95 (3) 4.29,31 (11) 2.04,71 (1) 7.46,45 (10)
8 Catherine Raney  United States 174.381 42,99 (22) 4.21,99 (4) 2.06,98 (8) 7.34,00 (4)
9 Renate Groenewold  Netherlands 174.388 41,66 (8) 4.28,31 (10) 2.05,69 (4) 7.41,14 (8)
10 Marja Vis  Netherlands 175.080 41,83 (10) 4.25,71 (7) 2.07,33 (11) 7.45,22 (9)
11 Annamarie Thomas  Netherlands 176.002 40,98 (4) 4.30,60 (15) 2.06,36 (7) 7.58,02 (12)
12 Svetlana Vysokova  Russia 176.193 42,77 (20) 4.27,50 (8) 2.08,41 (13) 7.40,37 (7)
NQ13 Tara Risling  Canada 129.943 41,85 (12) 4.29,64 (14) 2.09,46 (19)
NQ14 Yulia Skokova  Russia 130.016 41,91 (13) 4.31,22 (17) 2.08,71 (15)
NQ15 Svetlana Bazhanova  Russia 130.079 42,08 (15) 4.31,46 (18) 2.08,27 (12)
NQ16 Nami Nemoto  Japan 130.351 42,24 (18) 4.30,83 (16) 2.08,92 (16)
NQ17 Lucille Opitz  Germany 130.523 42,38 (19) 4.31,80 (19) 2.08,53 (14)
NQ18 Nicola Mayr  Italy 130.673 41,77 (9) 4.34,22 (21) 2.09,60 (20)
NQ19 Valentina Yakshina  Russia 130.859 42,83 (21) 4.29,62 (13) 2.09,28 (18)
NQ20 Emese Dörfler-Antal  Austria 131.114 42,12 (17) 4.33,11 (20) 2.10,43 (21)
NQ21 Yuri Obara  Japan 131.434 41,83 (10) 4.39,17 (22) 2.09,23 (17)
NQ22 Annette Bjelkevik  Norway 132.641 42,07 (14) 4.40,91 (23) 2.11,26 (22)
NQ23 Daniela Oltean  Romania 136.699 44,17 (24) 4.41,86 (24) 2.16,66 (23)
NQ24 Katrin Kalex  Germany 144.119 41,56 (7) 4.28,22 (9) 2.53,57 *(24)

NQ = Not qualified for the 5000 m (only the best 12 are qualified)
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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