World Junior Short Track Speed Skating Championships

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The World Junior Short Track Speed Skating Championships are a junior short track speed skating event and held once a year in a different country.

Skaters perform individual races in the 500 meters, 1000 meters, 1500 meters, 1500 meters super final and a team effort in the 3000 meters relay.

History medallists boys (overall)[edit]

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1994 South Korea Seoul South Korea Lee Seung-chan South Korea Lee Jun-hwan United States Toni Goskowicz
1995 Canada Calgary South Korea Lee Sang-jun Canada Patrice Lapointe
South Korea Lee Seung-chan
Canada Jonathan Guilmette
none
1996 Italy Courmayeur Canada Jean-François Monette
South Korea Lee Sang-jun
none Japan Naoya Tamura
1997 United States Marquette South Korea Kim Dong-sung United States Rusty Smith United States Daniel Weinstein
1998 United States St. Louis Canada François-Louis Tremblay
South Korea Lee Sang-jun
none Canada Andrew Lahey
1999 Canada Montreal United States Apolo Anton Ohno South Korea An Jung-hyun Canada François-Louis Tremblay
2000 Hungary Székesfehérvár South Korea Min Ryoung Italy Nicola Rodigari Canada Andrew Lahey
2001 Poland Warsaw South Korea Lee Seung-jae China Guo Wei South Korea Min Ryoung
2002 South Korea Chuncheon South Korea Ahn Hyun-soo South Korea Seo Ho-jin China Guo Wei
2003 Hungary Budapest South Korea Lee Ho-suk South Korea Kim Hyun-kon South Korea Sung Si-bak
2004 China Beijing South Korea Lee Ho-suk South Korea Kwon Ki-deok United Kingdom Jon Eley
2005 Serbia Belgrade South Korea Lee Ho-suk South Korea Kim Hyun-kon South Korea Kwak Yoon-gy
2006 Romania Miercurea-Ciuc South Korea Lee Jung-su France Maxime Chataignier South Korea Kim Jae-han
2007 Czech Republic Mladá Boleslav South Korea Shin Woo-chul South Korea Lee Jung-su South Korea Jang Won-hoon
2008 Italy Bolzano South Korea Kim Yun-jae South Korea Lee Jung-su South Korea Lee Han-bin
2009 Canada Sherbrooke South Korea Um Cheon-ho South Korea You Dong-kun United States J. R. Celski
2010 Chinese Taipei Taipei South Korea Noh Jin-kyu Canada Antoine Gélinas-Beaulieu South Korea Park Se-yeong
2011 Italy Courmayeur South Korea Seo Yi-ra United Kingdom Jack Whelbourne China Wu Dajing
2012 Australia Melbourne South Korea Park Se-yeong South Korea Lee Hyo-been China Han Tianyu
2013 Poland Warsaw South Korea Park Se-yeong China Han Tianyu South Korea Lee Hyo-been
2014 Turkey Erzurum South Korea Lee Mun-hyeon South Korea Lee Hyo-been Hungary Sándor Liu Shaolin
2015 Japan Osaka South Korea Kim Da-gyeom South Korea Park Ji-won Hungary Sándor Liu Shaolin

History medallists girls (overall)[edit]

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1994 South Korea Seoul South Korea Kim So-hee South Korea Won Hye-kyung China Su Xiaohua
1995 Canada Calgary South Korea Kim Yun-mi South Korea Won Hye-kyung Canada Catherine Dussault
Japan Ikue Teshigawara
1996 Italy Courmayeur Japan Ikue Teshigawara United States Erin Porter South Korea Kim Moon-jung
South Korea Hong Ro-sa
1997 United States Marquette South Korea Won Hye-kyung
South Korea An Sang-mi
none United States Julie Goskowicz
1998 United States St. Louis South Korea Joo Min-jin South Korea Kim Moon-jung Bulgaria Kristina Vuteva
1999 Canada Montreal South Korea Joo Min-jin South Korea Kim Moon-jung Italy Marta Capurso
2000 Hungary Székesfehérvár Canada Marie-Ève Drolet South Korea Choi Min-kyung South Korea Park Hye-rim
2001 Poland Warsaw Canada Marie-Ève Drolet South Korea Ko Gi-hyun South Korea Choi Min-kyung
2002 South Korea Chuncheon South Korea Kim Min-jee China Wang Meng South Korea Cho Ha-ri
2003 Hungary Budapest South Korea Byun Chun-sa South Korea Kang Yun-mi South Korea Kim Min-jee
2004 China Beijing South Korea Kang Yun-mi South Korea Jung Eun-ju South Korea Hur Hee-been
2005 Serbia Belgrade South Korea Park Sun-young South Korea Jeon Ji-soo Canada Kalyna Roberge
2006 Romania Miercurea-Ciuc South Korea Jung Eun-ju South Korea Choi Jung-won China Zhou Yang
2007 Czech Republic Mladá Boleslav South Korea Yang Shin-young South Korea Shin Sae-bom South Korea Park Seung-hi
2008 Italy Bolzano South Korea Noh Ah-reum South Korea Lee Eun-byul China Zhang Qichao
2009 Canada Sherbrooke South Korea Noh Ah-reum South Korea Lee Eun-byul South Korea Lee Mi-yeon
2010 Chinese Taipei Taipei South Korea Choi Ji-hyun South Korea Lee Mi-yeon South KoreaSong Jae-won
2011 Italy Courmayeur South Korea Choen Hee-jung South Korea Ahn Se-jung Italy Martina Valcepina
2012 Australia Melbourne South Korea Shim Suk-hee South Korea Hwang Hyun-sun South Korea Ahn Se-jung
2013 Poland Warsaw South Korea Noh Do-hee South Korea Kim A-lang China Han Yutong
2014 Turkey Erzurum South Korea Noh Do-hee South Korea Ahn Se-jung South Korea Choi Min-jeong
2015 Japan Osaka South Korea Kong Sang-jeong South Korea Kim Ji-yoo South Korea Son Hak-yung

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