Short track speed skating at the 2010 Winter Olympics – Men's 1000 metres

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Men's 1000 metres
at the XXI Olympic Winter Games
Short track speed skating pictogram.svg
Venue Pacific Coliseum
Dates February 17, 2010
Competitors 32 from 18 nations
Winning time 1:23.747
Medalists
Gold medal    South Korea
Silver medal    South Korea
Bronze medal    United States
«2006 2014»
Short track speed skating at the 2010 Winter Olympics
Short track speed skating pictogram.svg
500 m   men   women
1000 m men women
1500 m men women
3000 m relay women
5000 m relay men

The men's 1000 metres in short track speed skating at the 2010 Winter Olympics began on February 17. The final was held on February 20, at the Pacific Coliseum.

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

Rank Heat Name Country Time Notes
1 1 Charles Hamelin Canada 1:25.256 Q
2 1 Sjinkie Knegt Netherlands 1:25.449 Q
3 1 Jon Eley Great Britain 1:25.588
4 1 Ma Yunfeng China 1:25.814
1 2 François Hamelin Canada 1:25.714 Q
2 2 Tyson Heung Germany 1:25.938 Q
3 2 Viktor Knoch Hungary 1:26.279
4 2 Aidar Bekzhanov Kazakhstan 1:26.536
1 3 Sung Si-Bak South Korea 1:24.245 Q, OR
2 3 Blake Skjellerup New Zealand 1:27.875 Q
3 3 Nicola Rodigari Italy 1:41.117 ADV
3 Maxime Chataignier France DSQ
1 4 Han Jialiang China 1:26.479 Q
2 4 Nicolas Bean Italy 1:26.781 Q
3 4 Travis Jayner United States 1:26.870
4 4 Tom Iveson Great Britain 1:27.841
1 5 Yuri Confortola Italy 1:27.073 Q
2 5 Thibaut Fauconnet France 1:27.080 Q
3 5 Semion Elistratov Russia 1:27.254
4 5 Assen Pandov Bulgaria 1:28.580
1 6 Apolo Anton Ohno United States 1:25.940 Q
2 6 Liang Wenhao China 1:26.249 Q
3 6 Paul Herrmann Germany 1:26.739
4 6 Ruslan Zakharov Russia 1:26.883
1 7 Lee Jung-Su South Korea 1:24.962 Q
2 7 J. R. Celski United States 1:25.113 Q
3 7 Pieter Gysel Belgium 1:25.613
4 7 Takahiro Fujimoto Japan 1:26.359
1 8 Lee Ho-Suk South Korea 1:25.925 Q
2 8 Haralds Silovs Latvia 1:25.951 Q
3 8 Yuzo Takamido Japan 1:26.074
4 8 Lachlan Hay Australia 1:26.132

Quarterfinals[edit]

Rank Heat Name Country Time Notes
1 1 Charles Hamelin Canada 1:25.300 Q
2 1 Apolo Anton Ohno United States 1:25.502 Q
3 1 Nicolas Bean Italy 1:25.827
4 1 Tyson Heung Germany 1:26.098
1 2 Lee Jung-Su South Korea 1:25.822 Q
2 2 Han Jialiang China 1:25.856 Q
3 2 Sjinkie Knegt Netherlands 1:26.176
4 2 Thibaut Fauconnet France 1:26.213
2 Nicola Rodigari Italy DSQ
1 3 Sung Si-Bak South Korea 1:24.570 Q
2 3 J. R. Celski United States 1:24.621 Q
3 3 Yuri Confortola Italy 1:24.788
4 3 Blake Skjellerup New Zealand 1:27.374
1 4 Lee Ho-Suk South Korea 1:24.980 Q
2 4 François Hamelin Canada 1:25.037 Q
3 4 Liang Wenhao China 1:25.060
4 4 Haralds Silovs Latvia 1:50.292

Semifinals[edit]

Rank Heat Name Country Time Notes
1 1 Lee Ho-Suk South Korea 1:25.347 QA
2 1 Lee Jung-Su South Korea 1:25.560 QA
3 1 François Hamelin Canada 1:45.324 ADV
1 J. R. Celski United States DSQ
1 2 Apolo Anton Ohno United States 1:25.033 QA
2 2 Charles Hamelin Canada 1:25.062 QA
3 2 Sung Si-Bak South Korea 1:25.068 QB
4 2 Han Jialiang China 1:25.462 QB

Finals[edit]

Final B (Classification round)[edit]

Rank Name Country Time Notes
6 Han Jialiang China 1:32.023
Sung Si-Bak South Korea DSQ

Final A (Medal round)[edit]

Rank Name Country Time Notes
1 Lee Jung-Su South Korea 1:23.747 OR
2 Lee Ho-Suk South Korea 1:23.801
3 Apolo Anton Ohno United States 1:24.128
4 Charles Hamelin Canada 1:24.329
5 François Hamelin Canada 1:25.206

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