2006–07 ISU Short Track Speed Skating World Cup

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The 2007 Short Track Speed Skating World Cup is a multi race tournament over a season for Short track speed skating. The season began on 20 October 2006 and will last until 11 February 2007. The World Cup is organised by the ISU who also run world cups and championships in speed skating and figure skating.

Calendar[edit]

Men[edit]

Date Place Disc. Winner Second Third
October 20, 2006 China Changchun, China 1500 m South Korea Ahn Hyun-Soo South Korea Lee Ho-Suk China Li Ye
October 21, 2006 China Changchun, China 500 m Canada François-Louis Tremblay Canada Olivier Jean South Korea Kim Byeong-Jun
October 21, 2006 China Changchun, China 1000 m South Korea Ahn Hyun-Soo Canada François-Louis Tremblay Canada Mathieu Giroux
October 22, 2006 China Changchun, China 1500 m South Korea Kim Hyun-Kon South Korea Song Kyung-Taek Canada Charles Hamelin
October 22, 2006 China Changchun, China 5000 m  South Korea
Kim Byeong-Jun
Kim Hyun-Kon
Song Kyung-Taek
Ahn Hyun-Soo
 Canada
Olivier Jean
Steve Robillard
Charles Hamelin
François-Louis Tremblay
 China
Li Ye
Liu Xiaoliang
Sui Baoku
Liu Haonan
October 27, 2006 South Korea Jeonju, South Korea 1000 m South Korea Lee Ho-Suk Canada Charles Hamelin Canada Olivier Jean
October 28, 2006 South Korea Jeonju, South Korea 500 m Canada François-Louis Tremblay Japan Takahiro Fujimoto South Korea Song Kyung-Taek
October 28, 2006 South Korea Jeonju, South Korea 1500 m South Korea Ahn Hyun-Soo South Korea Kim Hyun-Kon South Korea Song Kyung-Taek
October 29, 2006 South Korea Jeonju, South Korea 1000 m South Korea Kim Hyun-Kon Canada Marc-André Monette South Korea Ahn Hyun-Soo
October 29, 2006 South Korea Jeonju, South Korea 5000 m  Canada
François-Louis Tremblay
Charles Hamelin
Steve Robillard
Olivier Jean
 China
Li Ye
Li Haonan
Sui Baoku
Liu Xiaoliang
 South Korea
Song Kyung-Taek
Kim Hyun-Kon
Ahn Hyun-Soo
Kim Byeong-Jun
December 1, 2006 Canada Saguenay, Quebec, Canada 1500 m South Korea Kim Hyun-Kon Canada Charles Hamelin China Li Ye
December 2, 2006 Canada Saguenay, Quebec, Canada 500 m Canada François-Louis Tremblay Canada Olivier Jean South Korea Lee Ho-Suk
December 3, 2006 Canada Saguenay, Quebec, Canada 500 m Canada Charles Hamelin China Hu Ze Canada Jeff Scholten
December 3, 2006 Canada Saguenay, Quebec, Canada 1000 m South Korea Ahn Hyun-Soo South Korea Lee Ho-Suk South Korea Kim Byeong-Jun
December 3, 2006 Canada Saguenay, Quebec, Canada 5000 m  South Korea
Ahn Hyun-Soo
Kim Byeong-Jun
Kim Hyun-Kon
Song Kyung-Taek
 China
Li Ye
Wang Hongyang
Sui Baoku
Li Haonan
 United States
J. P. Kepka
Jordan Malone
Ryan Bedford
Travis Jayner
December 8, 2006 Canada Montreal, Canada 1500 m South Korea Ahn Hyun-Soo South Korea Kim Hyun-Kon China Hu Ze
December 9, 2006 Canada Montreal, Canada 1000 m Canada Charles Hamelin United States Jordan Malone Italy Denis Bellotti
December 10, 2006 Canada Montreal, Canada 1500 m
December 10, 2006 Canada Montreal, Canada 500 m
December 10, 2006 Canada Montreal, Canada 3000 m
February 2–February 4, 2007 Netherlands Heerenveen, Netherlands
February 8–February 10, 2007 Hungary Budapest, Hungary

Women[edit]

Date Place Disc. Winner Second Third
October 20, 2006 China Changchun, China 1500 m South Korea Jin Sun-Yu South Korea Jung Eun-Ju South Korea Byun Chun-Sa
October 21, 2006 China Changchun, China 500 m China Wang Meng China Fu Tianyu China Zhu Mile
October 21, 2006 China Changchun, China 1000 m China Wang Meng South Korea Jin Sun-Yu South Korea Byun Chun-Sa
October 22, 2006 China Changchun, China 1500 m South Korea Kim Min-Jung China Fu Tianyu Czech Republic Kateřina Novotná
October 22, 2006 China Changchun, China 3000 m  South Korea
Jin Sun-Yu
Jung Eun-Ju
Jeon Ji-Soo
Byun Chun-Sa
 China
Zhu Mile
Liu Xiaoying
Wang Meng
Fu Tianyu
 Canada
Raphaele Lemieux
Anouk Leblanc-Boucher
Kalyna Roberge
Amanda Overland
October 27, 2006 South Korea Jeonju, South Korea 1000 m China Wang Meng China Zhu Mile South Korea Jeon Ji-Soo
October 28, 2006 South Korea Jeonju, South Korea 500 m China Wang Meng China Fu Tianyu Bulgaria Evgenia Radanova
October 28, 2006 South Korea Jeonju, South Korea 1500 m South Korea Kim Min-Jung China Liu Xiaoying China Cheng Xiaolei
October 29, 2006 South Korea Jeonju, South Korea 1000 m South Korea Jung Eun-Ju South Korea Jin Sun-Yu China Zhu Mile
October 29, 2006 South Korea Jeonju, South Korea 3000 m  China
Liu Xiaoying
Zhu Mile
Fu Tianyu
Wang Meng
 South Korea
Jeon Ji-Soo
Byun Chun-Sa
Jung Eun-Ju
Jin Sun-Yu
 Japan
Biba Sakurai
Miyuki Ozawa
Mika Ozawa
Yuka Kamino
December 1, 2006 Canada Saguenay, Quebec, Canada 1500 m South Korea Jin Sun-Yu South Korea Jung Eun-Ju South Korea Byun Chun-Sa
December 2, 2006 Canada Saguenay, Quebec, Canada 500 m China Wang Meng Canada Kalyna Roberge Canada Jessica Gregg
December 3, 2006 Canada Saguenay, Quebec, Canada 500 m China Wang Meng Bulgaria Evgenia Radanova South Korea Jeon Ji-Soo
December 3, 2006 Canada Saguenay, Quebec, Canada 1000 m Canada Kalyna Roberge South Korea Byun Chun-Sa South Korea Jin Sun-Yu
December 3, 2006 Canada Saguenay, Quebec, Canada 3000 m  China
Fu Tianyu
Cheng Xiaolei
Zhu Mile
Wang Meng
 South Korea
Jung Eun-Ju
Jeon Ji-Soo
Kim Min-Jung
Byun Chun-Sa
 Canada
Kalyna Roberge
Annik Plamondon
Anne Maltais
Amanda Overland
December 8, 2006 Canada Montreal, Canada 1500 m South Korea Jung Eun-Ju South Korea Kim Min-Jung China Fu Tianyu
December 9, 2006 Canada Montreal, Canada 1000 m South Korea Byun Chun-Sa China Wang Meng South Korea Jin Sun-Yu
December 10, 2006 Canada Montreal, Canada 1500 m
December 10, 2006 Canada Montreal, Canada 500 m
December 10, 2006 Canada Montreal, Canada 3000 m
February 2–February 4, 2006 Netherlands Heerenveen, Netherlands
February 9–February 11, 2006 Hungary Budapest, Hungary