2009 World Allround Speed Skating Championships

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World Allround Speed Skating Championships
Vikingskipet-Hamar.jpg
Vikingskipet (Hamar)
Venue Vikingskipet
Dates 7 and 8 February 2009
Competitors 48
Medalists men
Gold medal    NED
Silver medal    NOR
Bronze medal    ITA
Medalists women
Gold medal    CZE
Silver medal    CAN
Bronze medal    NED
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The 2009 World Allround Speed Skating Championships were held at the indoor ice rink of the Vikingskipet Olympic Arena in Hamar (Norway) on 7 and 8 February 2009.

The Czech Martina Sáblíková and the Dutch Sven Kramer became world champion.

Martina Sáblíková is the first Czech Allround champion.

Sven Kramer won for the third time. He also won the Dutch Allround and European Allround three times
Other skaters who also won the World Allround Championships three times are:

Women's championships[edit]

Day 1[edit]

500 meter[edit]

Place Athlete Country Time
1st Christine Nesbitt  Canada 38.87
2nd Alla Shabanova  Russia 39.53
3rd Ireen Wüst  Netherlands 39.61
4 Kristina Groves  Canada 39.71
5 Yekaterina Shikhova  Russia 39.83
6 Paulien van Deutekom  Netherlands 39.99
7 Brittany Schussler  Canada 40.07
8 Maki Tabata  Japan 40.12
9 Martina Sáblíková  Czech Republic 40.28 NR
10 Renate Groenewold  Netherlands 40.30

3000 meter[edit]

Place Athlete Country Time
1st Martina Sáblíková  Czech Republic 4:01.90
2nd Renate Groenewold  Netherlands 4:05.62
3rd Paulien van Deutekom  Netherlands 4:05.88
4 Kristina Groves  Canada 4:06.24
5 Jorien Voorhuis  Netherlands 4:06.58 PB
6 Ireen Wüst  Netherlands 4:07.98
7 Masako Hozumi  Japan 4:08.09
8 Maren Haugli  Norway 4:08.94
9 Stephanie Beckert  Germany 4:09.37
10 Brittany Schussler  Canada 4:09.94

Day 2[edit]

1500 meter[edit]

Place Athlete Country Time
1st Kristina Groves  Canada 1:56.17
2nd Christine Nesbitt  Canada 1:56.49
3rd Ireen Wüst  Netherlands 1:56.78
4 Jorien Voorhuis  Netherlands 1:57.62
5 Masako Hozumi  Japan 1:57.73
6 Maki Tabata  Japan 1:58.21
7 Paulien van Deutekom  Netherlands 1:58.29
8 Martina Sáblíková  Czech Republic 1:58.40
9 Brittany Schussler  Canada 1:58.56
10 Katarzyna Wójcicka  Poland 1:58.61

5000 meter[edit]

Place Athlete Country Time
1st Martina Sáblíková  Czech Republic 6:55.54
2nd Masako Hozumi  Japan 7:03.56 PB
3rd Stephanie Beckert  Germany 7:05.14
4 Kristina Groves  Canada 7:07.93
5 Maren Haugli  Norway 7:11.22
6 Jorien Voorhuis  Netherlands 7:14.39
7 Renate Groenewold  Netherlands 7:15.14
8 Ireen Wüst  Netherlands 7:17.73
9 Brittany Schussler  Canada 7:19.50
10 Paulien van Deutekom  Netherlands 7:21.63

Allround results[edit]

Place Athlete Country 500 m 3000 m 1500 m 5000 m Points
1st Martina Sáblíková  Czech Republic 40.28 (9) 4:01.90 (1) 1:58.40 (8) 6:55.54 (1) 161.616
2nd Kristina Groves  Canada 39.71 (4) 4:06.23 (4) 1:56.17 (1) 7:07.93 (4) 162.264
3rd Ireen Wüst  Netherlands 39.61 (3) 4:07.98 (6) 1:56.78 (3) 7:17.73 (8) 163.639
4 Masako Hozumi  Japan 40.89 (15) 4:08.09 (7) 1:57.73 (5) 7:03.56 (2) 163.837
5 Jorien Voorhuis  Netherlands 40.50 (12) 4:06.58 (5) 1:57.62 (4) 7:14.39 (6) 164.241
6 Christine Nesbitt  Canada 38.87 (1) 4:10.81 (12) 1:56.49 (2) 7:27.45 (11) 164.246
7 Paulien van Deutekom  Netherlands 39.99 (7) 4:05.88 (3) 1:58.29 (7) 7:21.63 (10) 164.563
8 Renate Groenewold  Netherlands 40.30 (10) 4:05.58 (2) 1:59.68 (14) 7:15.13 (7) 164.641
9 Brittany Schussler  Canada 40.07 (8) 4:09.94 (10) 1:58.56 (9) 7:19.50 (9) 165.196
10 Maren Haugli  Norway 41.36 (19) 4:08.94 (8) 1:59.43 (13) 7:11.21 (5) 165.781
11 Alla Shabanova  Russia 39.53 (2) 4:17.08 (20) 1:58.64 (11) 7:39.88 (12) 167.910
12 Stephanie Beckert  Germany 43.07 (23) 4:09.37 (9) 2:03.16 (22) 7:05.13 (3) 168.197
NQ13 Yekaterina Shikhova  Russia 39.83 (6) 4:16.47 (19) 1:58.68 (12) 122.135
NQ14 Maki Tabata  Japan 40.12 (8) 4:15.93 (17) 1:58.21 (6) 122.178
NQ15 Katarzyna Wójcicka  Poland 40.49 (11) 4:14.10 (14) 1:58.61 (10) 122.376
NQ16 Maria Lamb  United States 40.75 (13) 4:14.97 (15) 2:00.81 (16) 123.515
NQ17 Lucille Opitz  Germany 40.77 (14) 4:17.26 (21) 2:01.05 (17) 123.996
NQ18 Nancy Swider-Peltz, Jr  United States 41.69 (20) 4:11. 43 (14) 2:01.31 (19) 124.031
NQ19 Clara Hughes  Canada 42.07 (22) 4:10.71 (11) 2:00.58 (15) 124.048
NQ20 Lee Ju-youn  South Korea 40.98 (17) 4:16.22 (18) 2:01.18 (18) 124.076
NQ21 Eriko Ishino  Japan 41.41 (20) 4:15.20 (16) 2:02.34 (21) 124.723
NQ22 Isabell Ost  Germany 40.91 (16) 4:21.44 (23) 2:02.14 (20) 125.196
NQ23 Anna Rokita  Austria 41.29 (18) 4:19.19 (22) 2:03.73 (23) 125.731
DQ1 Claudia Pechstein  Germany DQ DQ NS DQ

NQ = Not qualified for the 5000 m (only the best 12 are qualified)
DQ = Disqualified
NS = Not started

Notes

* On 1 July 2009, the ISU found Pechstein guilty of a violation of the anti-doping rules, and disqualified her from the competition.[1] The decision is subject to an appeal at the Court of Arbitration for Sport. Pechstein skated the 500 metres in 39.74 seconds and the 3,000 metres in 4 minutes 6.00 seconds.

Men's championships[edit]

Day 1[edit]

500 meter[edit]

Place Athlete Country Time
1st Denny Morrison  Canada 35.55
2nd Håvard Bøkko  Norway 35.99
3rd Konrad Niedźwiedzki  Poland 36.04
4 Chad Hedrick  United States 36.06
5 Enrico Fabris  Italy 36.21
6 Sven Kramer  Netherlands 36.33
7 Brian Hansen  United States 36.39
8 Robert Lehmann  Germany 36.46
9 Trevor Marsicano  United States 36.49
10 Joel Eriksson  Sweden 36.51

5000 meter[edit]

Place Athlete Country Time
1st Sven Kramer  Netherlands 6:09.74 BR
2nd Håvard Bøkko  Norway 6:15.94
3rd Enrico Fabris  Italy 6:20.32
4 Wouter olde Heuvel  Netherlands 6:22.60
5 Sverre Haugli  Norway 6:24.55
6 Trevor Marsicano  United States 6:24.90 PB
7 Ivan Skobrev  Russia 6:25.29
8 Carl Verheijen  Netherlands 6:26.17
9 Øystein Grødum  Norway 6:30.01
10 Chad Hedrick  United States 6:30.44

Day 2[edit]

1500 meter[edit]

Place Athlete Country Time
1st Håvard Bøkko  Norway 1:44.83
2nd Sven Kramer  Netherlands 1:45.01
3rd Trevor Marsicano  United States 1:45.37
4 Denny Morrison  Canada 1:45.38
5 Enrico Fabris  Italy 1:45.59
6 Chad Hedrick  United States 1:45.67
7 Wouter olde Heuvel  Netherlands 1:46.44
8 Konrad Niedźwiedzki  Poland 1:46.45
9 Lucas Makowsky  Canada 1:47.28
10 Robert Lehmann  Germany 1:47.31

10000 meter[edit]

Place Athlete Country Time
1st Sven Kramer  Netherlands 13:05.21 BR
2nd Håvard Bøkko  Norway 13:11.01
3rd Enrico Fabris  Italy 13:20.65
4 Wouter olde Heuvel  Netherlands 13:24.93
5 Carl Verheijen  Netherlands 13:26.84
6 Sverre Haugli  Norway 13:35.64
7 Ivan Skobrev  Russia 13:36.08
8 Trevor Marsicano  United States 13:37.56
9 Tom Prinsen  Netherlands 13:39.94
10 Chad Hedrick  United States 13:46.27

Allround results[edit]

Place Athlete Country 500 m 5000 m 1500 m 10000 m Points
1st Sven Kramer  Netherlands 36.33 (6) 6:09.74 (1) 1:45.01 (2) 13:05.21 (1) 147.567
2nd Håvard Bøkko  Norway 35.99 (2) 6:15.94 (2) 1:44.83 (1) 13:11.01 (2) 148.077
3rd Enrico Fabris  Italy 36.21 (5) 6:20.31 (3) 1:45.59 (5) 13:20.65 (3) 149.469
4 Wouter olde Heuvel  Netherlands 36.65 (11) 6:22.60 (4) 1:46.44 (7) 13:24.93 (4) 150.636
5 Trevor Marsicano  United States 36.49 (9) 6:24.89 (6) 1:45.37 (3) 13:37.56 (8) 150.980
6 Chad Hedrick  United States 36.06 (4) 6:30.43 (10) 1:45.67 (6) 13:46.27 (10) 151.639
7 Denny Morrison  Canada 35.55 (1) 6:33.09 (13) 1:45.38 (4) 14:04.61 (11) 152.215
8 Ivan Skobrev  Russia 36.99 (14) 6:25.29 (7) 1:49.12 (17) 13:36.08 (7) 152.696
9 Sverre Haugli  Norway 37.57 (20) 6:24.55 (5) 1:48.25 (15) 13:35.64 (6) 152.890
10 Tom Prinsen  Netherlands 37.17 (17) 6:31.18 (11) 1:48.13 (14) 13:39.94 (9) 153.328
11 Carl Verheijen  Netherlands 38.78 (22) 6:26.17 (8) 1:47.82 (13) 13:26.84 (5) 153.679
12 Konrad Niedźwiedzki  Poland 36.04 (3) 6:37.13 (17) 1:46.45 (8) 14:19.18 (12) 154.195
NQ13 Robert Lehmann  Germany 36.46 (8) 6:35.19 (16) 1:47.31 (10) 111.749
NQ14 Tobias Schneider  Germany 37.12 (16) 6:33.98 (14) 1:47.48 (11) 112.344
NQ15 Steven Elm  Canada 36.71 (12) 6:39.33 (18) 1:47.70 (12) 112.542
NQ16 Brian Hansen  United States 36.39 (7) 6:39.45 (19) 1:48.64 (16) 112.548
NQ17 Lucas Makowsky  Canada 37.34 (19) 6:44.01 * (20) 1:47.28 (9) 113.501
NQ18 Hiroki Hirako  Japan 37.70 (17) 6:32.89 (12) 1:50.93 (21) 113.565
NQ19 Pascal Briand  France 37.00 (15) 6:46.67 (23) 1:49.88 (19) 114.293
NQ20 Choi Kwun-won  South Korea 36.87 (13) 6:45.82 (22) 1:50.77 (20) 114.375
NQ21 Øystein Grødum  Norway 39.84 (23) 6:30.01 (9) 1:52.97 (22) 116.497
NQ22 Aleksandr Rumyantsev  Russia 37.60 (21) 6:44.04 (21) 2:19.37 * (23) 124.460
NQ23 Johan Röjler  Sweden 1:10.53 *(24) 6:35.17 (15) 1:49.19 (18) 146.443
NQ24 Joel Eriksson  Sweden 36.51 (10) 7:06.80 (24) NS 79.190

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

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.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ ISU Disciplinary Commission, 3 July 2009, 15:54.

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