2001 World Allround Speed Skating Championships

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World Allround Speed Skating Championships
Mujegpalya Ice Rink.jpg
City Park Ice Rink
Location Budapest, Hungary
Venue City Park Ice Rink
Dates 10–11 February 2001
Competitors 48from 10 nations
Medalist men
1st, gold medalist(s) Rintje Ritsma  NED
2nd, silver medalist(s) Ids Postma  NED
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Bart Veldkamp  BEL
Medalist women
1st, gold medalist(s) Anni Friesinger  GER
2nd, silver medalist(s) Claudia Pechstein  GER
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Renate Groenewold  NED

The 2001 World Allround Speed Skating Championships were held on the City Park Ice Rink in Budapest, Hungary, on 10–11 February 2001.

German Anni Friesinger and Dutchman Rintje Ritsma became the world champions.

Men's championships[edit]

Allround results[edit]

Place Athlete Country Points 500 m 5000 m 1500 m 10000 m
1st, gold medalist(s) Rintje Ritsma  Netherlands 158.731 37,76 (5) 6.51,08 (7) 1.54,18 (2) 13.56,07 (2)
2nd, silver medalist(s) Ids Postma  Netherlands 159.476 37,61 (3) 6.49,51 (2) 1.54,12 (1) 14.17,51 (8)
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Bart Veldkamp  Belgium 159.731 39,19 (20) 6.43,69 (1) 1.56,89 (12) 13.44,19 (1)
4 Keiji Shirahata  Japan 160.754 38,30 (9) 6.49,93 (4) 1.57,61 (16) 14.05,16 (4)
5 Dustin Molicki  Canada 160.878 38,56 (14) 6.50,42 (5) 1.55,96 (5) 14.12,46 (6)
6 Aleksandr Kibalko  Russia 161.040 37,64 (4) 6.57,80 (11) 1.54,98 (3) 14.25,89 (10)
7 Dmitri Shepel  Russia 161.368 38,66 (15) 6.53,10 (8) 1.55,80 (4) 14.15,97 (7)
8 Vadim Sayutin  Russia 161.512 39,40 (21) 6.50,86 (6) 1.56,27 (10) 14.05,40 (5)
9 Christian Breuer  Germany 161.623 37,55 (1) 6.59,00 (13) 1.56,09 (6) 14.29,54 (11)
10 Jochem Uytdehaage  Netherlands 162.549 38,99 (18) 6.56,73 (9) 1.56,23 (8) 14.22,87 (9)
11 Sergey Tsybenko  Kazakhstan 163.423 37,82 (6) 7.00,10 (15) 1.56,77 (11) 14.53,41 (12)
12 Frank Dittrich  Germany 163.615 40,63 (23) 6.49,69 (3) 2.00,29 (22) 13.58,41 (3)
NC13 Derek Parra  United States 118.857 37,98 (7) 7.01,77 (18) 1.56,10 (7)
NC14 Takahiro Ushiyama  Japan 119.151 37,59 (2) 7.04,71 (19) 1.57,27 (14)
NC15 K. C. Boutiette  United States 119.522 38,79 (17) 6.59,79 (14) 1.56,26 (9)
NC16 Cédric Kuentz  France 119.934 38,40 (11) 7.05,61 (20) 1.56,92 (13)
NC17 Kevin Marshall  Canada 120.073 38,34 (10) 7.01,07 (16) 1.58,88 (18)
NC18 Mark Knoll  Canada 120.263 39,02 (19) 6.58,77 (12) 1.58,10 (17)
NC19 Roberto Sighel  Italy 120.543 38,51 (12) 7.01,73 (17) 1.59,58 (20)
NC20 Jan Friesinger  Germany 120.669 38,78 (16) 7.07,16 (21) 1.57,52 (15)
NC21 Chris Callis  United States 121.209 38,52 (13) 7.09,09 (22) 1.59,34 (19)
NC22 Toshihiko Itokawa  Japan 121.872 40,03 (22) 6.57,29 (10) 2.00,34 (23)
NC23 Eiji Kohara  Japan 122.907 38,21 (8) 7.13,57 (23) 2.04,02 (24)
NC24 J. P. Shilling  United States 134.483 51,06 *(24) 7.15,53 (24) 1.59,61 (21)

NQ = Not qualified for the 10000 m (only the best 12 are qualified)
DQ = disqualified

Women's championships[edit]

Allround results[edit]

Place Athlete Country Points 500 m 3000 m 1500 m 5000 m
1st, gold medalist(s) Anni Friesinger  Germany 169.690 39,99 (1) 4.19,78 (3) 2.03,38 (1) 7.32,78 (6)
2nd, silver medalist(s) Claudia Pechstein  Germany 169.791 41,12 (7) 4.18,32 (2) 2.04,35 (2) 7.21,68 (1)
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Renate Groenewold  Netherlands 170.133 41,16 (8) 4.16,57 (1) 2.05,13 (4) 7.25,02 (2)
4 Cindy Klassen  Canada 170.630 40,49 (3) 4.23,38 (6) 2.05,00 (3) 7.25,78 (3)
5 Barbara de Loor  Netherlands 171.218 40,81 (5) 4.22,09 (4) 2.05,49 (5) 7.28,97 (4)
6 Varvara Barysheva  Russia 172.692 40,53 (4) 4.28,73 (10) 2.06,25 (6) 7.32,91 (7)
7 Maki Tabata  Japan 173.187 41,41 (11) 4.24,72 (7) 2.06,61 (7) 7.34,54 (9)
8 Tonny de Jong  Netherlands 173.386 41,31 (10) 4.23,35 (5) 2.09,68 (11) 7.29,59 (5)
9 Jennifer Rodriguez  United States 173.482 40,29 (2) 4.28,37 (9) 2.06,85 (9) 7.41,81 (12)
10 Song Li  China 174.799 41,45 (12) 4.29,54 (12) 2.06,81 (8) 7.41,56 (11)
11 Kristina Groves  Canada 176.821 43,28 (21) 4.29,35 (11) 2.09,81 (12) 7.33,80 (8)
12 Svetlana Vysokova  Russia 176.974 42,34 (19) 4.28,11 (8) 2.13,26 (21) 7.35,30 (10)
NQ13 Emese Hunyady  Austria 128.876 40,93 (6) 4.32,26 (15) 2.07,71 (10)
NQ14 Natalya Polozkova-Kozlova  Russia 130.081 41,25 (9) 4.32,51 (16) 2.10,24 (14)
NQ15 Nami Nemoto  Japan 130.579 41,95 (14) 4.30,44 (13) 2.10,67 (15)
NQ16 Emese Dörfler-Antal  Austria 131.111 41,89 (13) 4.32,17 (14) 2.11,58 (20)
NQ17 Eriko Seo  Japan 131.112 42,00 (15) 4.32,92 (17) 2.10,88 (18)
NQ18 Yuri Obara  Japan 131.766 42,00 (15) 4.37,04 (21) 2.10,78 (16)
NQ19 Krisztina Egyed  Hungary 131.876 42,13 (18) 4.36,80 (20) 2.10,84 (17)
NQ20 Nicole Slot  Canada 132.766 43,35 (22) 4.34,36 (19) 2.11,07 (19)
NQ21 Tara Risling  Canada 132.771 42,44 (20) 4.34,29 (18) 2.13,85 (22)
NQ22 Ann Driscoll  United States 134.208 44,03 (23) 4.40,77 (23) 2.10,15 (13)
NQ23 Anne Therese Tveter  Norway 137.701 44,79 (24) 4.39,67 (22) 2.18,90 (23)
DQ2 Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann  Germany 42.010 42,01 (17) DQ NS

NQ = Not qualified for the 5000 m (only the best 12 are qualified)
DQ = disqualified

Rules[edit]

All 24 participating skaters are allowed to skate the first three distances; 12 skaters may take part on the fourth distance. These 12 skaters are determined by taking the standings on the longest of the first three distances, as well as the samalog standings after three distances, and comparing these lists as follows:

  1. Skaters among the top 12 on both lists are qualified.
  2. To make up a total of 12, skaters are then added in order of their best rank on either list. Samalog standings take precedence over the longest-distance standings in the event of a tie.

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