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
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Venue Richmond Olympic Oval
Date February 17, 2010
Competitors 38 from 13 nations
Winning time 1:08.94
Medalists
Gold medal    United States
Silver medal    South Korea
Bronze medal    United States
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Speed skating at the
2010 Winter Olympics
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500 m   men   women
1000 m men women
1500 m men women
3000 m women
5000 m men women
10000 m men
Team pursuit men women

The men's 1000 metres speed skating competition of the Vancouver 2010 Olympics was held at the Richmond Olympic Oval on February 17, 2010.

Records[edit]

Prior to this competition, the existing world and Olympic records were as follows.

World record  Shani Davis (USA) 1:06.42 Salt Lake City, United States March 7, 2009 [1]
Olympic record  Gerard van Velde (NED) 1:07.18 Salt Lake City, United States February 16, 2002

No new world or Olympic records were set during this competition.

Results[edit]

Rank Pair Lane Name Country Time Time behind Notes
1 19 o Davis, ShaniShani Davis United States 1:08.94
2 16 o Mo Tae-bum South Korea 1:09.12 +0.18
3 16 i Hedrick, ChadChad Hedrick United States 1:09.32 +0.38
4 12 i Groothuis, StefanStefan Groothuis Netherlands 1:09.45 +0.51
5 18 i Tuitert, MarkMark Tuitert Netherlands 1:09.48 +0.54
6 13 o Kuipers, SimonSimon Kuipers Netherlands 1:09.65 +0.71
7 12 o Pearson, NickNick Pearson United States 1:09.79 +0.85
8 17 i Poutala, MikaMika Poutala Finland 1:09.85 +0.91
9 17 o Lee Kyou-hyuk South Korea 1:09.92 +0.98
10 14 i Marsicano, TrevorTrevor Marsicano United States 1:10.11 +1.17
11 13 i Lalenkov, YevgenyYevgeny Lalenkov Russia 1:10.14 +1.20
12 14 o Bos, JanJan Bos Netherlands 1:10.29 +1.35
13 18 o Morrison, DennyDenny Morrison Canada 1:10.30 +1.36
14 11 i Wotherspoon, JeremyJeremy Wotherspoon Canada 1:10.35 +1.41
15 3 i Flygind Larsen, MikaelMikael Flygind Larsen Norway 1:10.38 +1.44
16 10 i Schwarz, SamuelSamuel Schwarz Germany 1:10.45 +1.51
17 4 i Obara, TadashiTadashi Obara Japan 1:10.51 +1.57
18 19 i Mun Jun South Korea 1:10.68 +1.74
19 9 i Bokko, HavardHåvard Bøkko Norway 1:10.73 +1.79
20 3 o Roberge, Francois-OlivierFrançois-Olivier Roberge Canada 1:10.75 +1.81
21 7 o Lobkov, DmitryDmitry Lobkov Russia 1:10.795 +1.855 RS
22 11 o Yesin, AlekseyAleksey Yesin Russia 1:10.797 +1.857
23 1 o Kuzin, DenisDenis Kuzin Kazakhstan 1:10.88 +1.94
24 15 i Parrott, KyleKyle Parrott Canada 1:10.89 +1.95
25 15 o Ihle, NicoNico Ihle Germany 1:11.04 +2.10
26 2 o Sugimori, TeruhiroTeruhiro Sugimori Japan 1:11.13 +2.19
27 5 o Niedzwiedzki, KonradKonrad Niedźwiedzki Poland 1:11.24 +2.30
28 6 i Krech, RomanRoman Krech Kazakhstan 1:11.27 +2.33
29 1 i Haga, RyoheiRyohei Haga Japan 1:11.46 +2.52
30 8 i Anesi, MatteoMatteo Anesi Italy 1:11.51 +2.57
31 2 i Wang Nan China 1:11.82 +2.88
32 10 o Ustynowicz, MaciejMaciej Ustynowicz Poland 1:12.10 +3.16
33 6 o Ioriatti, ErmannoErmanno Ioriatti Italy 1:12.15 +3.21
34 4 o Nieminen, TuomasTuomas Nieminen Finland 1:12.26 +3.32
35 5 i Fagerli Rukke, ChristofferChristoffer Fagerli Rukke Norway 1:12.31 +3.37
36 9 o Lee Ki-ho South Korea 1:12.33 +3.39
37 7 i Nagashima, KeiichiroKeiichiro Nagashima Japan 1:12.71 +3.77 RS
38 8 o Lebedev, AleksandrAleksandr Lebedev Russia 1:12.78 +3.84
Legend

RS – Reskate

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ "Evolution of the world record 1000 meters Men". SpeedSkatingStats.com. Retrieved 19 November 2013. 

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