World Sprint Speed Skating Championships for Women

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The International Skating Union has organised the World Sprint Speed Skating Championships for Women since 1970. The first two years (1970–1971), they were called the ISU Sprint Championships.

Medal winners[edit]

Year Venue Med 1.png Gold Med 2.png Silver Med 3.png Bronze
1970 United States West Allis Soviet Union Lyudmila Titova Soviet Union Nina Statkevich Netherlands Atje Keulen-Deelstra
1971 West Germany Inzell East Germany Ruth Schleiermacher United States Anne Henning United States Dianne Holum
1972 Sweden Eskilstuna West Germany Monika Pflug United States Dianne Holum Soviet Union Lyudmila Titova
1973 Norway Oslo United States Sheila Young Netherlands Atje Keulen-Deelstra West Germany Monika Pflug
1974 Austria Innsbruck United States Leah Poulos Netherlands Atje Keulen-Deelstra West Germany Monika Pflug
1975 Sweden Gothenburg United States Sheila Young East Germany Heike Lange Canada Cathy Priestner
1976 West Berlin West Berlin United States Sheila Young United States Leah Poulos Canada Sylvia Burka
1977 Netherlands Alkmaar Canada Sylvia Burka United States Leah Poulos Netherlands Haitske Pijlman
1978 United States Lake Placid Soviet Union Lyubov Sadchikova United States Beth Heiden Poland Erwina Ryś-Ferens
1979 West Germany Inzell United States Leah Poulos-Mueller United States Beth Heiden East Germany Christa Rothenburger
1980 United States West Allis East Germany Karin Enke United States Leah Poulos-Mueller United States Beth Heiden
1981 France Grenoble East Germany Karin Enke Soviet Union Tatyana Tarasova Soviet Union Natalya Petrusyova
1982 Netherlands Alkmaar Soviet Union Natalya Petrusyova East Germany Karin Busch West Germany Monika Pflug
1983 Finland Helsinki East Germany Karin Enke Soviet Union Natalya Petrusyova East Germany Christa Rothenburger
1984 Norway Trondheim East Germany Karin Enke Soviet Union Valentina Lalenkova-Golovenkina Soviet Union Natalya Glebova
1985 Netherlands Heerenveen East Germany Christa Rothenburger East Germany Angela Stahnke Poland Erwina Ryś-Ferens
1986 Japan Karuizawa East Germany Karin Kania East Germany Christa Rothenburger United States Bonnie Blair
1987 Canada Sainte Foy East Germany Karin Kania United States Bonnie Blair East Germany Christa Rothenburger
1988 United States West Allis East Germany Christa Rothenburger East Germany Karin Kania United States Bonnie Blair
1989 Netherlands Heerenveen United States Bonnie Blair East Germany Christa Luding-Rothenburger Japan Seiko Hashimoto
1990 Norway Tromsø East Germany Angela Hauck-Stahnke United States Bonnie Blair Netherlands Christine Aaftink
1991 Germany Inzell Germany Monique Garbrecht China Ye Qiaobo Netherlands Christine Aaftink
1992 Norway Oslo China Ye Qiaobo United States Bonnie Blair Germany Christa Luding-Rothenburger
1993 Japan Ikaho China Ye Qiaobo United States Bonnie Blair Russia Oksana Ravilova
1994 Canada Calgary United States Bonnie Blair Germany Angela Hauck-Stahnke China Xue Ruihong
1995 United States Milwaukee United States Bonnie Blair Russia Oksana Ravilova Germany Franziska Schenk
1996 Netherlands Heerenveen United States Chris Witty Norway Edel Therese Høiseth Germany Franziska Schenk
1997 Norway Hamar Germany Franziska Schenk China Xue Ruihong United States Chris Witty
1998 Germany Berlin Canada Catriona LeMay Doan Germany Sabine Völker United States Chris Witty
1999 Canada Calgary Germany Monique Garbrecht Canada Catriona LeMay Doan Germany Sabine Völker
2000 South Korea Seoul Germany Monique Garbrecht United States Chris Witty Netherlands Marianne Timmer
2001 Germany Inzell Germany Monique Enfeldt-Garbrecht Japan Eriko Sanmiya Canada Catriona LeMay Doan
2002 Norway Hamar Canada Catriona LeMay Doan Netherlands Andrea Nuyt Belarus Anzhelika Kotyuga
2003 Canada Calgary Germany Monique Enfeldt-Garbrecht Canada Cindy Klassen Japan Shihomi Shinya
2004 Japan Nagano Netherlands Marianne Timmer Germany Anni Friesinger United States Jennifer Rodriguez
2005 United States Salt Lake City United States Jennifer Rodriguez Belarus Anzhelika Kotyuga Germany Sabine Völker
2006 Netherlands Heerenveen Russia Svetlana Zhurova China Manli Wang Italy Chiara Simionato
2007 Norway Hamar Germany Anni Friesinger Netherlands Ireen Wüst Canada Cindy Klassen
2008 Netherlands Heerenveen Germany Jenny Wolf Germany Anni Friesinger Netherlands Annette Gerritsen
2009 Russia Moscow China Wang Beixing Germany Jenny Wolf China Yu Jing
2010 Japan Obihiro South Korea Lee Sang-hwa Japan Sayuri Yoshii Germany Jenny Wolf
2011 Netherlands Heerenveen Canada Christine Nesbitt Netherlands Annette Gerritsen Netherlands Margot Boer
2012 Canada Calgary China Yu Jing Canada Christine Nesbitt China Zhang Hong
2013 United States Salt Lake City United States Heather Richardson China Yu Jing South Korea Lee Sang-hwa

Source: schaatsstatistieken.nl [1]

All-time medal count[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  United States 10 12 6 28
2  East Germany 10 6 4 20
3  Germany 10 4 10 24
4  Canada 4 3 4 11
5  China 4 3 3 10
6  Soviet Union 3 4 3 10
7  Netherlands 1 4 8 13
8  Russia 1 1 1 3
9  Korea Republic 1 0 0 1
10  Japan 0 2 2 4
11  Belarus 0 1 1 2
12  Norway 0 1 0 1
13  Poland 0 0 2 2
14  Italy 0 0 1 1

References[edit]

  1. ^ "WK Sprint vrouwen" (in Dutch). schaatsstatistieken.nl. Retrieved 21 November 2012.