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

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Women's 1500 metres
at the XXI Olympic Winter Games
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Venue Richmond Olympic Oval
Date 21 February 2010
Competitors 36 from 14 nations
Winning time 1:56.89
Medalists
Gold medal    Netherlands
Silver medal    Canada
Bronze medal    Czech Republic
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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 women's 1500 metres speed skating competition of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver was held at the Richmond Olympic Oval on 21 February 2010.

Records[edit]

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

World record  Cindy Klassen (CAN) 1:51.79 Salt Lake City, United States 20 November 2005 [1]
Olympic record  Anni Friesinger (GER) 1:54.02 Salt Lake City, United States 20 February 2002

No new world or Olympic records were set during this competition. Ireen Wüst did equal the track record of 1:56.89 set by Christine Nesbitt on 18 October 2009.

Results[edit]

Rank Pair Lane Name Country Time Time Behind Notes
1 15 o Ireen Wüst Netherlands 1:56.89 0.00
2 17 o Kristina Groves Canada 1:57.14 +0.25
3 16 o Martina Sáblíková Czech Republic 1:57.96 +1.07
4 14 o Margot Boer Netherlands 1:58.10 +1.21
5 13 i Nao Kodaira Japan 1:58.20 +1.31
6 18 i Christine Nesbitt Canada 1:58.33 +1.44
7 8 i Annette Gerritsen Netherlands 1:58.46 +1.57
8 12 o Yekaterina Shikhova Russia 1:58.54 +1.65
9 11 o Anni Friesinger Germany 1:58.67 +1.78
10 15 i Daniela Anschütz-Thoms Germany 1:58.85 +1.96
11 7 o Yekaterina Lobysheva Russia 1:59.01 +2.12
12 14 i Alla Shabanova Russia 1:59.35 +2.46
13 13 o Monique Angermüller Germany 1:59.46 +2.57
14 2 i Hege Bøkko Norway 1:59.52 +2.63
15 17 i Katarzyna Bachleda-Curuś Poland 1:59.53 +2.64
16 4 i Heather Richardson United States 1:59.56 +2.67
17 10 i Laurine van Riessen Netherlands 1:59.79 +2.90
18 18 o Jennifer Rodriguez United States 2:00.08 +3.19
19 11 i Maki Tabata Japan 2:00.12 +3.23
20 5 o Wang Fei China 2:00.65 +3.76
21 12 i Cindy Klassen Canada 2:00.67 +3.78
22 10 o Isabell Ost Germany 2:01.69 +4.80
23 4 o Miho Takagi Japan 2:01.86 +4.97
24 9 i Jilleanne Rookard United States 2:01.95 +5.06
25 8 o Karolína Erbanová Czech Republic 2:02.01 +5.12
26 5 i Sayuri Yoshii Japan 2:02.26 +5.37
27 1 o Chiara Simionato Italy 2:02.38 +5.49
28 6 o Anna Rokita Austria 2:02.67 +5.78
29 6 i Yekaterina Aydova Kazakhstan 2:02.81 +5.92
30 7 i Noh Seon-Yeong South Korea 2:02.84 +5.95
31 1 i Catherine Raney-Norman United States 2:03.02 +6.13
32 2 o Yekaterina Abramova Russia 2:03.19 +6.30
33 3 i Lee Ju-Youn South Korea 2:03.67 +6.78
34 9 o Luiza Złotkowska Poland 2:04.01 +7.12
35 16 i Brittany Schussler Canada 2:04.17 +7.28
36 3 o Natalia Czerwonka Poland 2:05.00 +8.11

Notes and references[edit]

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

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