1910 World Allround Speed Skating Championships

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World Allround Speed Skating Championships
Nikolay Strunnikov.jpg
Nikolay Strunnikov World champion 1910
Venue Pohjoissatama, Helsinki, Finland
Dates 5–6 March 1910
Competitors 12 from 4 nations
Medalists men
Gold medal    RUS
Silver medal    NOR
Bronze medal    NOR
«1909 Kristiania 1911 Trondheim»

The 1910 World Allround Speed Skating Championships took place at 5 and 5 March 1910 at the ice rink Pohjoissatama in Helsinki, Finland.

Oscar Mathisen was defending champion. Nikolay Strunnikov had the lowest amount of points awarded and became World champion.

Allround results[edit]

Place Athlete Country Points 500m 5000m 10000m 1500m
Gold medal icon.svg Nikolay Strunnikov  Russia 9 49.3 (3) 9:31.8 (3) 18:34.0 (1) 2:33.0 (2)
Silver medal icon.svg Oscar Mathisen  Norway 10 46.3 (1) 9:30.6 (2) 19:18.0 (6) 2:32.6 (1)
Bronze medal icon.svg Martin Sæterhaug  Norway 14 47.8 (2) 9:32.0 (4) 19:17.6 (5) 2:35.2 (3)
4 Magnus Johansen  Norway 15 51.0 (10) 9:27.9 (1) 18:57.2 (2) 2:39.1 (4)
5 Väinö Wickström Flag of Russia.svg Finland 18 49.5 (4) 9:44.0 (6) 19:08.8 (3) 2:39.2 (5)
6 Jevgeni Boernov  Russia 26 54.5 (12) 9:37.0 (5) 19:15.8 (4) 2:42.2 (7)
7 Björn Damstén Flag of Russia.svg Finland 28 49.8 (6) 9:45.8 (7) 19:33.8 (8) 2:43.0 (8)
8 Gunnar Strömstén Flag of Russia.svg Finland 28 50.4 (9) 9:46.2 (8) 19:24.5 (7) 2:39.4 (6)
9 Thomas Bohrer Flag of the Habsburg Monarchy.svg Austria 33 50.3 (8) 10:01.1 (10) 19:58.4 (9) 2:44.3 (9)
10 Birger Carlsson  Sweden 39 53.8 (11) 10:18.8 (11) 20:00.0 (10) 2:52.6 (10)
NC Jussi Wiinikainen Flag of Russia.svg Finland - 49.7 (5) 9:57.2 (9) NS NS
NC Johan Vikander Flag of Russia.svg Finland - 49.9 (7) NF NS NS
* = Fell
NC = Not classified
NF = Not finished
NS = Not started
DQ = Disqualified

Source: SpeedSkatingStats.com[1]

Rules[edit]

Four distances have to be skated:

  • 500m
  • 1500m
  • 5000m
  • 10000m

The ranking was made by award ranking points. The points were awarded to the skaters who had skated all the distances. The final ranking was then decided by ordering the skaters by lowest point totals.

  • 1 point for 1st place
  • 2 point for 2nd place
  • 3 point for 3rd place
  • and so on

One could win the World Championships also by winning at least three of the four distances, so the ranking could be affected by this.

Silver and bronze medals were awarded.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Results of the 1910 World Championship Allround Men". SpeedSkatingStats.com. Retrieved 25 August 2012.