Short track speed skating at the 1988 Winter Olympics

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Short track speed skating was a demonstration sport at the 1988 Winter Olympic Games. Those competition events took place at the Max Bell Arena in Calgary. This was the only time in the history of Olympic Games that the short track venue was shared with curling.

Medal table[edit]

Pos. Country First Second Third Total
1  Netherlands (NED) 2 2 1 5
2  Great Britain (GBR) 2 0 0 2
2  South Korea (KOR) 2 0 0 2
4  Canada (CAN) 1 6 3 10
5  Italy (ITA) 1 1 2 4
6  Japan (JPN) 1 1 1 3
7  China (CHN) 1 0 2 3
8  France (FRA) 0 0 1 1

Men's events[edit]

500 m[edit]

Final A[edit]

February 23, 1988

Place Athlete Time
1 United Kingdom Wilfred O'Reilly (GBR) 44.80
2 Canada Mario Vincent (CAN) 45.15
3 Japan Tatsuyoshi Ishihara (JPN) 45.37
4 Canada Robert Dubreuil (CAN) 45.38

Final B[edit]

Place Athlete Time
5 Canada Michel Daignault (CAN) 45.10
6 Italy Orazio Fagone (Ita) 46.35
7 South Korea Kim K H (KOR) 48.82
8 Japan Toshinobu Kawai (JPN) 49.12

1000 m[edit]

Final A[edit]

February 24, 1988

Place Athlete Time
1 United Kingdom Wilf O'Reilly (GBR) 1:33.44
2 Canada Michel Daignault (CAN) 1:33.66
3 France Marc Bella (FRA) 1:34.45
4 Japan Ishihara Tatsuyoshi (JPN) 1:35.72
5 Canada Louis Grenier (CAN) 1:37.17
6 Italy Roberto Peretti (ITA) 1:48.33
7 South Korea H J Lee (KOR) DQ

Final B[edit]

Place Athlete Time
8 South Korea H K Kim (KOR) 1:37.20
9 Netherlands R Suyten (NED) 1:37.52
10 Belgium D Claeys (BEL) 1:38.10
11 Italy Orazio Fagone (ITA) 1:38.35
12 Japan T Kawasaki (JPN) 1:38.40

1500 m[edit]

Final A[edit]

February 22, 1988

Place Athlete Time
1 South Korea Ki-Hoon Kim (KOR) 2:26.68
2 Canada Louis Grenier (CAN) 2:26.99
3 Italy Orazio Fagone (ITA) 2:27.16
4 Italy Roberto Peretti (ITA) 2:27.24
5 Canada Mario Vincent (CAN) 2:27.34
6 Canada Michel Daignault (CAN) 2:28.15

Final B[edit]

Place Athlete Time
7 South Korea Joon-Ho Lee (KOR) 2:38.19
8 Japan T Ishihara (JPN) 2:38.65
9 Japan Y Akasaka (JPN) 2:38.88
10 Japan Kawai Toshinobu(JPN) 2:39.93
11 Japan T Kawasaki (JPN) 2:43.67
12 United States P Moore (USA) 2:51.21

3000 m[edit]

Final[edit]

February 25, 1988

Place Athlete Time
1 South Korea Joon-Ho Lee (KOR) 5:21.63
2 Netherlands Charles Veldhoven (NED) 5:22.39
3 Canada Michel Daignault (CAN) 5:30.68
4 Netherlands Peter Van der Velde (NED) 5:31.07
5 Canada Mario Vincent (CAN) 5:31.15
6 South Korea Soo-Ji Mo (KOR) 5:32.24
7 Japan T Ishihara (JPN) 5:32.70
8 Netherlands Jaco Bos (NED) 5:36.16

5000 m relay[edit]

Final[edit]

February 25, 1988

Place Team Time
1  Netherlands (NED) (Charles Veldhoven, Peter van der Velde, Jaco Mos, Richard Suyten) 7:29.05
2  Italy (ITA) (Roberto Peretti, Enrico Peretti, Orazio Fagone, Hugo Herrnhof) 7:30.39
3  Canada (CAN) (Louis Grenier, Robert Dubreuil, Mario Vincent, Michel Daignault) 7:35.47
4  United States (USA) (Andy Gabel, Patrick Moore, Brian Arseneau, David Besteman) 7:47.59
5  Japan (JPN) (Y Akasaka, T Kawai, T Kawasaki, T Ishihara)
6  Great Britain (GBR) (R Blair, W O'Reilly, I Ellis, S Horsepool)

Women's events[edit]

500 m[edit]

Final A[edit]

February 22, 1988

Place Athlete Time
1 Netherlands Monique Velzeboer (NED) 48.28
2 Canada Eden Donatelli (CAN) 48.34
3 China Li Yan (CHN) 48.84
4 Canada Sylvie Daigle (CAN) 49.64

Final B[edit]

place Athlete Time
5 Japan Yamada Yumiko (JPN) 4957'

1000 m[edit]

Final A[edit]

February 25, 1988

Place Athlete Time
1 China Li Yan (CHN) 1:39.00
2 Canada Sylvie Daigle (CAN) 1:41.15
3 Netherlands Monique Velzeboer (NED) 1:43.10

Final B[edit]

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1500 m[edit]

Final A[edit]

February 23, 1988

Place Athlete Time
1 Canada Sylvie Daigle (CAN) 2:37.61
2 Netherlands Monique Velzeboer (NED) 2:37.77
3 China Li Yan (CHN) 2:37.92

Final B[edit]

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3000 m[edit]

February 24, 1988

Place Athlete Time
1 Japan Eiko Shishii (JPN) 5:25.44
2 Canada Sylvie Daigle (CAN) 5:25.82
3 Italy Maria Rosa Candido (ITA) 5:25.89

3000 m relay[edit]

February 24, 1988

Place Team Time
1  Italy (ITA) (Maria Rosa Candido, Gabriella Monteduro, Barbara Mussio, Maria Cristina Sciolla) 4:45.88
2  Japan (JPN) (Hiromi Takeuchi, Eiko Shishii, Yumiko Yamada, Nobuko Yamada) 4:46.91
3  Canada (CAN) (Susan Auch, Nathalie Lambert, Eden Donatelli, Marye Perreault) 4:49.77

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