2011–12 ISU Short Track Speed Skating World Cup

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ISU Short Track World Cup
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Dates 2011–2012
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The 2011–12 ISU Short Track Speed Skating World Cup is a multi race tournament over a season for Short track speed skating. The season will begin on 22 October 2011 and will end on 12 February 2012. 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]

United States Salt Lake City[edit]

Date Place[1] Distance Winner Second Third Reference
23 October 2011 Utah Olympic Oval 500 m  Jon Eley (GBR)  Charles Hamelin (CAN)  Evgenii Kozulin (RUS) [1]
22 October 2011 Utah Olympic Oval 1000 m  Kwak Yoon-Gy (KOR)  Noh Jin-Kyu (KOR)  François-Louis Tremblay (CAN) [2]
22 October 2011 Utah Olympic Oval 1500 m (1)  Charles Hamelin (CAN)  Lee Ho-Suk (KOR)  Lee Jung-Su (KOR) [3]
23 October 2011 Utah Olympic Oval 1500 m (2)  Noh Jin-Kyu (KOR)  Kwak Yoon-Gy (KOR)  J. R. Celski (USA) [4]
23 October 2011 Utah Olympic Oval 5000 m relay  Canada  Great Britain  South Korea [5]

Canada Saguenay[edit]

Date Place[2] Distance Winner Second Third Reference
29 October 2011 Centre Georges-Vézina 500 m (1)  Olivier Jean (CAN)  Charles Hamelin (CAN)  Vladimir Grigorev (RUS) [6]
30 October 2011 Centre Georges-Vézina 500 m (2)  François-Louis Tremblay (CAN)  Guillaume Bastille (CAN)  Liang Wenhao (CHN) [7]
30 October 2011 Centre Georges-Vézina 1000 m  Charles Hamelin (CAN)  Michael Gilday (CAN)  Olivier Jean (CAN) [8]
29 October 2011 Centre Georges-Vézina 1500 m  Noh Jin-Kyu (KOR)  Kwak Yoon-Gy (KOR)  Yuzo Takamido (JPN) [9]
30 October 2011 Centre Georges-Vézina 5000 m relay  South Korea  Russia  Canada [10]

Japan Nagoya[edit]

Date Place[3] Distance Winner Second Third Reference
4 December 2011 Nippon Gaishi Hall 500 m  Olivier Jean (CAN)  Liang Wenhao (CHN)  Gong Qiuwen (CHN) [11]
3 December 2011 Nippon Gaishi Hall 1000 m (1)  Kwak Yoon-Gy (KOR)  J. R. Celski (USA)  Seo Yi-Ra (KOR) [12]
4 December 2011 Nippon Gaishi Hall 1000 m (2)  Charles Hamelin (CAN)  Kwak Yoon-Gy (KOR)  Michael Gilday (CAN) [13]
3 December 2011 Nippon Gaishi Hall 1500 m  Noh Jin-Kyu (KOR)  Lee Ho-Suk (KOR)  Charle Cournoyer (CAN) [14]
4 December 2011 Nippon Gaishi Hall 5000 m relay  China  Russia  Japan [15]

China Shanghai[edit]

Date Place[4] Distance Winner Second Third Reference
10 December 2011 Shanghai Oriental Sports Center 500 m (1)  Olivier Jean (CAN)  Gong Qiuwen (CHN)  Daan Breeuwsma (NED) [16]
11 December 2011 Shanghai Oriental Sports Center 500 m (2)  Charles Hamelin (CAN)  Jon Eley (GBR)  Liang Wenhao (CHN) [17]
11 December 2011 Shanghai Oriental Sports Center 1000 m  Kwak Yoon-Gy (KOR)  Olivier Jean (CAN)  Noh Jin-Kyu (KOR) [18]
10 December 2011 Shanghai Oriental Sports Center 1500 m  Noh Jin-Kyu (KOR)  Charles Hamelin (CAN)  Kwak Yoon-Gy (KOR) [19]
11 December 2011 Shanghai Oriental Sports Center 5000 m relay  China  Canada  United Kingdom [20]

Russia Moscow[edit]

Date Place[5] Distance Winner Second Third Reference
5 February 2012 Megasport Arena 500 m  Olivier Jean (CAN)  Liam McFarlane (CAN)  Charles Hamelin (CAN) [21]
4 February 2012 Megasport Arena 1000 m  Kwak Yoon-Gy (KOR)  Noh Jin-Kyu (KOR)  Liang Wenhao (CHN) [22]
4 February 2012 Megasport Arena 1500 m (1)  Lee Jung-Su (KOR)  John-Henry Krueger (USA)  Lee Ho-Suk (KOR) [23]
5 February 2012 Megasport Arena 1500 m (2)  Noh Jin-Kyu (KOR)  Sin Da Woon (KOR)  J. R. Celski (USA) [24]
5 February 2012 Megasport Arena 5000 m relay  Canada  South Korea  China [25]

Netherlands Dordrecht[edit]

Date Place[nb 1] Distance Winner Second Third Reference
12 February 2011 500 m  Simon Cho (USA)  Kwak Yoon-Gy (KOR)  Francois Louis-Tremblay (CAN) [26]
11 February 2011 1000 m (1)  Guillaume Bastille (CAN)  Sjinkie Knegt (NED)  Niels Kerstholt (NED) [27]
12 February 2011 1000 m (2)  Noh Jinkyu (KOR)  Olivier Jean (CAN)  J. R. Celski (USA) [28]
11 February 2011 1500 m  Noh Jinkyu (KOR)  Sin Da Woon (KOR)  Semen Elistratov (RUS) [29]
12 February 2011 5000 m relay  Netherlands  Canada  South Korea [30]

Women[edit]

United States Salt Lake City[edit]

Date Place[1] Distance Winner Second Third Reference
23 October 2011 Utah Olympic Oval 500 m  Marianne St-Gelais (CAN)  Martina Valcepina (ITA)  Jessica Smith (USA) [31]
22 October 2011 Utah Olympic Oval 1000 m  Yui Sakai (JPN)  Lana Gehring (USA)  Alyson Dudek (USA) [32]
22 October 2011 Utah Olympic Oval 1500 m (1)  Katherine Reutter (USA)  Valérie Maltais (CAN)  Lee Eun-Byul (KOR) [33]
23 October 2011 Utah Olympic Oval 1500 m (2)  Katherine Reutter (USA)  Lee Eun-Byul (KOR)  Li Jianrou (CHN) [34]
23 October 2011 Utah Olympic Oval 3000 m relay  China  South Korea  Russia [35]

Canada Saguenay[edit]

Date Place[2] Distance Winner Second Third Reference
29 October 2011 Centre Georges-Vézina 500 m (1)  Marianne St-Gelais (CAN)  Martina Valcepina (ITA)  Liu Qiuhong (CHN) [36]
30 October 2011 Centre Georges-Vézina 500 m (2)  Arianna Fontana (ITA)  Martina Valcepina (ITA)  Liu Qiuhong (CHN) [37]
30 October 2011 Centre Georges-Vézina 1000 m  Marianne St-Gelais (CAN)  Elise Christie (GBR)  Cho Ha-Ri (KOR) [38]
29 October 2011 Centre Georges-Vézina 1500 m  Arianna Fontana (ITA)  Lee Eun-Byul (KOR)  Cho Ha-Ri (KOR) [39]
30 October 2011 Centre Georges-Vézina 3000 m relay  China  Canada  Japan [40]

Japan Nagoya[edit]

Date Place[3] Distance Winner Second Third Reference
4 December 2011 Nippon Gaishi Hall 500 m  Arianna Fontana (ITA)  Yui Sakai (JPN)  Martina Valcepina (ITA) [41]
3 December 2011 Nippon Gaishi Hall 1000 m (1)  Yui Sakai (JPN)  Elise Christie (GBR)  Katherine Reutter (USA) [42]
4 December 2011 Nippon Gaishi Hall 1000 m (2)  Li Jianrou (CHN)  Lin Meng (CHN)  Xiao Han (CHN) [43]
3 December 2011 Nippon Gaishi Hall 1500 m  Arianna Fontana (ITA)  Cho Ha-Ri (KOR)  Lana Gehring (USA) [44]
4 December 2011 Nippon Gaishi Hall 3000 m relay  Italy  Japan  China [45]

China Shanghai[edit]

Date Place[4] Distance Winner Second Third Reference
10 December 2011 Shanghai Oriental Sports Center 500 m (1)  Fan Kexin (CHN)  Liu Qiuhong (CHN)  Jessica Smith (USA) [46]
11 December 2011 Shanghai Oriental Sports Center 500 m (2)  Arianna Fontana (ITA)  Liu Qiuhong (CHN)  Fan Kexin (CHN) [47]
11 December 2011 Shanghai Oriental Sports Center 1000 m  Katherine Reutter (USA)  Li Jianrou (CHN)  Yui Sakai (JPN) [48]
10 December 2011 Shanghai Oriental Sports Center 1500 m  Cho Ha-Ri (KOR)  Katherine Reutter (USA)  Xiao Han (CHN) [49]
11 December 2011 Shanghai Oriental Sports Center 3000 m relay  China  United States  Japan [50]

Russia Moscow[edit]

Date Place[5] Distance Winner Second Third Reference
5 February 2012 Megasport Arena 500 m  Fan Kexin (CHN)  Arianna Fontana (ITA)  Liu Qiuhong (CHN) [51]
4 February 2012 Megasport Arena 1000 m  Elise Christie (GBR)  Liu Qiuhong (CHN)  Yui Sakai (JPN) [52]
4 February 2012 Megasport Arena 1500 m (1)  Cho Ha-Ri (KOR)  Lee Eun-Byul (KOR)  Valérie Maltais (CAN) [53]
5 February 2012 Megasport Arena 1500 m (2)  Lee Eun-Byul (KOR)  Cho Ha-Ri (KOR)  Lana Gehring (USA) [54]
5 February 2012 Megasport Arena 5000 m relay  China  United States  Netherlands [55]

Netherlands Dordrecht[edit]

Date Place[nb 1] Distance Winner Second Third Reference
12 February 2011 500 m  Arianna Fontana (ITA)  Marianne St-Gelais (CAN)  Martina Valcepina (ITA) [56]
11 February 2011 1000 m (1)  Marianne St-Gelais (CAN)  Jorien Ter Mors (NED)  Liu Qiuhong (CHN) [57]
12 February 2011 1000 m (2)  Lana Gehring (USA)  Marie-Ève Drolet (CAN)  Li Jianrou (CHN) [58]
11 February 2011 1500 m  Lana Gehring (USA)  Cho Ha-Ri (KOR)  Fan Kexin (CHN) [59]
12 February 2011 3000 m relay  China  United States  Japan [60]

World Cup standings[edit]

* Note – Standings are calculated on the best 6 out of 8 results for the individual distances

Men's 500 metres[edit]

After 8 of 8 events

Pos Athlete Points[6]
1.  Olivier Jean (CAN) 4000
2.  Charles Hamelin (CAN) 3240
3.  Liang Wenhao (CHN) 2970
5.  Gong Qiuwen (CHN) 2798
4.  Jon Eley (GBR) 2719

Women's 500 metres[edit]

After 8 of 8 events

Pos Athlete Points[7]
1.  Arianna Fontana (ITA) 4800
2.  Martina Valcepina (ITA) 3942
3.  Liu Qiuhong (CHN) 3930
4.  Fan Kexin (CHN) 3690
5.  Marianne St-Gelais (CAN) 3312

Men's 1000 metres[edit]

After 8 of 8 events

Pos Athlete Points[8]
1.  Kwak Yoon-Gy (KOR) 5312
2.  Noh Jin-Kyu (KOR) 3896
3.  Olivier Jean (CAN) 3264
4.  Charles Hamelin (CAN) 2000
5.  J. R. Celski (USA) 1996

Women's 1000 metres[edit]

After 8 of 8 events

Pos Athlete Points[9]
1.  Yui Sakai (JPN) 4202
2.  Li Jianrou (CHN) 3312
3.  Elise Christie (GBR) 3230
4.  Lana Gehring (USA) 3152
5.  Marianne St-Gelais (CAN) 2169

Men's 1500 metres[edit]

After 8 of 8 events

Pos Athlete Points[10]
1.  Noh Jinkyu (KOR) 6000
2.  Sin Da Woon (KOR) 3280
3.  Kwak Yoon-Gy (KOR) 2978
4.  Lee Ho-Suk (KOR) 2240
5.  Charles Hamelin (CAN) 2088

Women's 1500 metres[edit]

After 8 of 8 events

Pos Athlete Points[11]
1.  Cho Ha-Ri (KOR) 5040
2.  Lee Eun-Byul (KOR) 4302
3.  Lana Gehring (USA) 2952
4.  Katherine Reutter (USA) 2800
5.  Valérie Maltais (CAN) 2632

Men's 5000 metre relay[edit]

After 6 of 6 events

Pos Athlete Points[12]
1.  Canada 3600
2.  South Korea 3080
3.  China 2968
3.  Russia 2522
5.  Great Britain 2362

Women's 3000 metre relay[edit]

After 6 of 6 events

Pos Athlete Points[13]
1.  China 4000
2.  United States 2810
3.  Japan 2720
4.  Italy 2230
5.  Canada 2086

See also[edit]

2012 World Short Track Speed Skating Championships

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Location to be confirmed

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Salt Lake City Announcement". ISU. Retrieved 12 October 2011. 
  2. ^ a b "Saguenay Announcement". ISU. Retrieved 12 October 2011. 
  3. ^ a b "Nagoya Announcement". ISU. Retrieved 12 October 2011. 
  4. ^ a b "Shanghai Announcement". ISU. Retrieved 23 October 2011. 
  5. ^ a b "Moscow Announcement". ISU. Retrieved 5 December 2011. 
  6. ^ "World Cup Standings – Men's 500 metres". ISU. Retrieved 29 October 2011. 
  7. ^ "World Cup Standings – Women's 500 metres". ISU. Retrieved 29 October 2011. 
  8. ^ "World Cup Standings – Men's 1000 metres". ISU. Retrieved 29 October 2011. 
  9. ^ "World Cup Standings – Women's 1000 metres". ISU. Retrieved 29 October 2011. 
  10. ^ "World Cup Standings – Men's 1500 metres". ISU. Retrieved 29 October 2011. 
  11. ^ "World Cup Standings – Women's 1500 metres". ISU. Retrieved 29 October 2011. 
  12. ^ "World Cup Standings – Men's 5000 metres relay". ISU. Retrieved 29 October 2011. 
  13. ^ "World Cup Standings – Women's 3000 metres relay". ISU. Retrieved 29 October 2011. 

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