Paulien van Deutekom

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Paulien van Deutekom
Paulien van Deutekom 2008.jpg
Paulien van Deutekom
Personal information
Born (1981-02-04) February 4, 1981 (age 33)
The Hague, Netherlands
Sport
Country Netherlands
Sport Speed skating
Turned pro 1998
Retired 2012

Paulien van Deutekom (The Hague, February 4, 1981) is a former Dutch speed skater who specialised in the middle long distances, over 1000 and 1500 metres.

In November 2005 Van Deutekom surprised when she skated among the best at the Speed Skating World Cup qualification tournament at several distances and as a result qualified herself to participate in those World Cups. During her first ever World Cup meeting in the Olympic Oval in Calgary she skated a new Dutch record over 1500 metres, skating 1:55.43, overtaking the record from Annamarie Thomas. A week later, Ireen Wüst would skate 1:54,93 which meant Van Deutekom had lost her record already.

Later, in December 2005 she participated at the 2005 Dutch Single Distance Championships, which was also the venue for Olympic Qualification. At the 1500 metres distance she finished in second position and qualified for the 2006 Winter Olympics. She also had chances over 1000 metres, however only finished in fourth position and did not directly qualify. A skate-off between her and Barbara de Loor made the decision in De Loor's favour. She also was selected to be part of the pursuit team. At the Olympics itself Van Deutekom finished as 13th over 1500 metres, while the pursuit team was eliminated at an early stage.

On the European Championships Allround in January 2008 she became second after her teammate Ireen Wüst. In February 2008 Van Deutekom won the World Allround Speed Skating Championships in Berlin.

In March 2008 Van Deutekom finished second at the World Single Distance Championships in Nagano on the 1500 meters and the 3000 meters.

In March 2012 Van Deutekom announced after the 1500 meter event at the World Cup in Heerenveen that she was ending her skating career.[1]

Personal records[edit]

Personal records
Women's Speed skating
Distance Time Date Location Notes
500m 39,40 January 12, 2008 Russia
Kolomna
1000m 1.15,70 March 2, 2007 Canada
Calgary
1500m 1.54,44 November 17, 2007 Canada
Calgary
3000m 3.59,18 March 4, 2007 Canada
Calgary
5000m 7.02,40 January 13, 2008 Russia
Kolomna
10000m 15.43,17 March 23, 2001 Netherlands
Heerenveen

Source: SpeedskatingResults.com[2] & speedskatingbase.eu[3]

Tournament summary[edit]

year Dutch Distance Dutch Sprint Dutch Allround European Allround World Allround World Sprint World Distance Olympische Spelen
Olympics
World Cup
1999 15th 3000m
2000 11th 1500m
10th 3000m
2001 - 15th
2002 16th 1000m
16th 1500m
11th 3000m
6th 5000m
16th NC13
2003 12th 3000m NC14
2004 14th 1500m
17th 3000m
NC11
2005 13th 500m
8th 1000m
15th 1500m
14th 3000m
12th NC11
2006 4th 1000m
Silver medal icon.svg 1500m
9th 13th 1500m
6th team pursuit
11th 1000m
6th 1500m
2007 4th 1000m
Bronze medal icon.svg 1500m
Bronze medal icon.svg 3000m
4th 7th 6th 5th 1500m
6th 3000m
Silver medal icon.svg team pursuit
25th 1000m
6th 1500m
9th 3/5 km
Gold medal icon.svg team pursuit
2008 Gold medal icon.svg 1000m
Gold medal icon.svg 1500m
Bronze medal icon.svg 3000m
4th Bronze medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg Gold medal icon.svg 12th 5th 1000m
Silver medal icon.svg 1500m
Silver medal icon.svg 3000m
8th 5000m
Gold medal icon.svg team pursuit
9th 1000m
4th 1500m
13th 3/5 km
6th team pursuit
2009 7th 500m
Gold medal icon.svg 1000m
Gold medal icon.svg 1500m
Silver medal icon.svg 3000m
5th Bronze medal icon.svg 4th 7th 29th 1000m
24th 1500m
22nd 3/5 km
2010 13th 1000m
9th 3000m
12th 35th 1500m
39th 3/5 km
5th team pursuit
2011 - 10th
2012 12th 1000m
15th 1500m
13th 3000m
NC13

Source: www.sskating.com[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Van Deutekom stopt per direct: Het is gewoon klaar" (in Dutch). volkskrant.nl. Retrieved 3 March 2012. 
  2. ^ "Results Paulien van Deutekom". speedskatingresults.com. Retrieved 3 March 2012. 
  3. ^ "Results Paulien van Deutekom". speedskatingbase.eu. Retrieved 3 March 2012. 
  4. ^ "Paulien van Deutekom". www.sskating.com. Retrieved 3 March 2012. 


Awards
Preceded by
Netherlands Ireen Wüst
Ard Schenk Award
2008
Succeeded by
Netherlands Margot Boer