Speed skating at the 2010 Winter Olympics – Men's 1500 metres

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Men's 1500 metres
at the XXI Olympic Winter Games
Mark Tuitert 2010.jpg
Gold medal winner Mark Tuitert
Venue Richmond Olympic Oval
Date February 20, 2010
Competitors 37 from 14 nations
Winning time 1:45.57
Medalists
Gold medal    Netherlands
Silver medal    United States
Bronze medal    Norway
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2010 Winter Olympics
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The men's 1500 metres speed skating competition of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver was held at the Richmond Olympic Oval on February 20, 2010.

Records[edit]

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

World record  Shani Davis (USA) 1:41.04 Salt Lake City, United States 11 December 2009 [1]
Olympic record  Derek Parra (USA) 1:43.95 Salt Lake City, United States 19 February 2002

No new world or Olympic records were set during this competition. Mark Tuitert did break the track record of 1:46.17 set by Shani Davis on March 12, 2009.

Results[edit]

Rank Pair Lane Name Country Time Time behind Notes
1 17 o Mark Tuitert Netherlands 1:45.57 0.00
2 19 i Shani Davis United States 1:46.10 +0.53
3 17 i Håvard Bøkko Norway 1:46.13 +0.56
4 16 i Ivan Skobrev Russia 1:46.42 +0.85
5 14 o Mo Tae-bum South Korea 1:46.47 +0.90
6 18 o Chad Hedrick United States 1:46.69 +1.12
7 10 o Simon Kuipers Netherlands 1:46.76 +1.19
8 12 o Mikael Flygind Larsen Norway 1:46.77 +1.20
9 16 o Denny Morrison Canada 1:46.93 +1.36
10 15 i Enrico Fabris Italy 1:47.02 +1.45
11 13 i Yevgeny Lalenkov Russia 1:47.06 +1.49
12 13 o Matteo Anesi Italy 1:47.34 +1.77
13 8 o Sven Kramer Netherlands 1:47.40 +1.83
14 15 o Mathieu Giroux Canada 1:47.62 +2.05
15 14 i Trevor Marsicano United States 1:47.84 +2.27
16 18 i Stefan Groothuis Netherlands 1:48.03 +2.46
17 12 i Konrad Niedźwiedzki Poland 1:48.15 +2.58
18 9 i Brian Hansen United States 1:48.45 +2.88
19 19 o Lucas Makowsky Canada 1:48.61 +3.04
20 7 o Christoffer Fagerli Rukke Norway 1:48.62 +3.05
21 8 i Aleksey Yesin Russia 1:48.65 +3.08
22 4 o Lee Jong-woo South Korea 1:49.00 +3.43
23 11 o Denis Kuzin Kazakhstan 1:49.05 +3.48
24 9 o Joel Eriksson Sweden 1:49.08 +3.51
25 2 i Daniel Friberg Sweden 1:49.13 +3.56
26 10 i Teruhiro Sugimori Japan 1:49.19 +3.62
27 11 i Zbigniew Bródka Poland 1:49.45 +3.88
28 7 i Johan Röjler Sweden 1:49.50 +3.93
29 3 o Fredrik van der Horst Norway 1:49.58 +4.01
30 6 o Shingo Doi Japan 1:49.77 +4.20
31 2 o Ha Hong-Sun South Korea 1:49.93 +4.36
32 3 i Samuel Schwarz Germany 1:50.07 +4.50
33 4 i Pascal Briand France 1:50.71 +5.14
34 6 i Gao Xuefeng China 1:50.78 +5.21
35 5 o Sun Longjiang China 1:51.30 +5.73
36 1 i Aleksandr Lebedev Russia 1:52.09 +6.52
37 5 i Kyle Parrott Canada 1:52.67 +7.10

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ "Evolution of the world record 1500 meters Men". SpeedSkatingStats.com. Retrieved 19 November 2013. 

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