2009–10 ISU Short Track Speed Skating World Cup

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ISU Short Track World Cup
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Dates 2009 – 2010
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The 2009-10 Short Track Speed Skating World Cup was a multi race tournament over a season for Short track speed skating. The season began on September 17, 2009 and lasted till November 15, 2009. The World cup was shortened this year and consisted of only 4 events due the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. 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]

China[edit]

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third
September 19, 2009 China Beijing 1500 m South Korea Sung Si-Bak South Korea Lee Ho-Suk South Korea Lee Jung-Su
September 19, 2009 China Beijing 500 m South Korea Kwak Yoon-Gi South Korea Sung Si-Bak United States Jeff Simon
September 20, 2009 China Beijing 1000 m South Korea Lee Jung-Su Canada Charles Hamelin South Korea Kim Seoung Il
September 20, 2009 China Beijing 5000 m relay South Korea South Korea China China Canada Canada

South Korea[edit]

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third
September 26, 2009 South Korea Mokdong Ice Rink, Seoul 1500 m South Korea Lee Ho-Suk South Korea Lee Jung-Su South Korea Kim Seoung Il
September 26, 2009 South Korea Mokdong Ice Rink, Seoul 500 m Canada Charles Hamelin China Han Jialiang South Korea Lee Ho-Suk
September 27, 2009 South Korea Mokdong Ice Rink, Seoul 1000 m South Korea Lee Ho-Suk United States Jordan Malone South Korea Kwak Yoon-Gy
September 27, 2009 South Korea Mokdong Ice Rink, Seoul 5000 m relay South Korea South Korea Canada Canada China China

Canada[edit]

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third
November 7, 2009 Canada Maurice Richard Arena, Montreal 1500 m Canada Charles Hamelin South Korea Sung Si-Bak United States Travis Jayner
November 7, 2009 Canada Maurice Richard Arena, Montreal 500 m Canada Charles Hamelin United States Apolo Anton Ohno United States Jeff Simon
November 8, 2009 Canada Maurice Richard Arena, Montreal 1000 m South Korea Sung Si-Bak South Korea Lee Jung-Su Canada Charles Hamelin
November 8, 2009 Canada Maurice Richard Arena, Montreal 5000 m relay South Korea South Korea Canada Canada China China

United States[edit]

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third
November 14, 2009 United States Berry Events Center, Marquette 1500 m South Korea Lee Jung-Su United States Apolo Anton Ohno Canada Charles Hamelin
November 14, 2009 United States Berry Events Center, Marquette 500 m Canada François-Louis Tremblay France Thibault Fauconnet South Korea Sung Si-Bak
November 15, 2009 United States Berry Events Center, Marquette 1000 m United States Apolo Anton Ohno South Korea Lee Jung-Su Canada François Hamelin
November 15, 2009 United States Berry Events Center, Marquette 5000 m relay Canada Canada United States United States South Korea South Korea

Women[edit]

China[edit]

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third
September 19, 2009 China Beijing 1500 m China Zhou Yang South Korea Lee Eun-Byul United States Katherine Reutter
September 19, 2009 China Beijing 500 m China Wang Meng Canada Jessica Gregg Canada Marianne St-Gelais
September 20, 2009 China Beijing 1000 m United States Katherine Reutter South Korea Lee Eun-Byul United States Jessica Smith
September 20, 2009 China Beijing 3000 m relay South Korea South Korea United States United States Canada Canada

South Korea[edit]

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third
September 26, 2009 South Korea Mokdong Ice Rink, Seoul 1500 m South Korea Lee Eun-Byul China Sun Linlin China Zhou Yang
September 26, 2009 South Korea Mokdong Ice Rink, Seoul 500 m China Wang Meng China Zhao Nannan Canada Kalyna Roberge
September 27, 2009 South Korea Mokdong Ice Rink, Seoul 1000 m South Korea Cho Ha-Ri China Wang Meng South Korea Park Seung-Hi
September 27, 2009 South Korea Mokdong Ice Rink, Seoul 3000 m relay China China Japan Japan Canada Canada

Canada[edit]

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third
November 7, 2009 Canada Maurice Richard Arena, Montreal 1500 m United States Katherine Reutter South Korea Cho Ha-Ri China Liu Qiohong
November 7, 2009 Canada Maurice Richard Arena, Montreal 500 m China Wang Meng Canada Kalyna Roberge China Zhao Nannan
November 8, 2009 Canada Maurice Richard Arena, Montreal 1000 m China Zhou Yang China Wang Meng China Liu Qiohong
November 8, 2009 Canada Maurice Richard Arena, Montreal 3000 m relay China China United States United States Canada Canada

United States[edit]

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third
November 14, 2009 United States Berry Events Center, Marquette 1500 m China Zhou Yang China Liu Qiuhong South Korea Lee Eun-Byul
November 14, 2009 United States Berry Events Center, Marquette 500 m China Wang Meng Canada Kalyna Roberge Canada Marianne St-Gelais
November 15, 2009 United States Berry Events Center, Marquette 1000 m China Wang Meng United States Katherine Reutter South Korea Park Seung-Hi
November 15, 2009 United States Berry Events Center, Marquette 3000 m relay China China South Korea South Korea Canada Canada

Overall standings[edit]

  • note: the overall standings are a combination of the athletes best three results over the season

Men[edit]

Distance Winner Second Third
1500 m South Korea Lee Jung-Su 2440 Canada Charles Hamelin 2152 South Korea Sung Si-Bak 1869
500 m Canada Charles Hamelin 2328 Canada François-Louis Tremblay 2024 South Korea Sung Si-Bak 1608
1000 m South Korea Lee Jung-Su 2600 United States Apolo Anton Ohno 1722 Canada Charles Hamelin 1650
5000 m relay  South Korea 3000  Canada 2600  China 2080

Women[edit]

Distance Winner Second Third
1500 m China Zhou Yang 2640 South Korea Lee Eun-Byul 2440 United States Katherine Reutter 1968
500 m China Wang Meng 3000 Canada Kalyna Roberge 2240 China Zhao Nannan 1952
1000 m China Wang Meng 2600 United States Katherine Reutter 2312 China Zhou Yang 1738
3000 m relay  China 3000  South Korea 2210  United States 2112

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