2004 World Allround Speed Skating Championships

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World Allround Speed Skating Championships
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Vikingskipet (Hamar)
Location Hamar, Norway
Venue Vikingskipet
Dates 7 and 8 February 2004
Competitors 48
Medalist men
1st, gold medalist(s) Chad Hedrick  USA
2nd, silver medalist(s) Shani Davis  USA
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Carl Verheijen  NED
Medalist women
1st, gold medalist(s) Renate Groenewold  NED
2nd, silver medalist(s) Claudia Pechstein  GER
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Wieteke Cramer  NED

The 2004 World Allround Speed Skating Championships were held in Vikingskipet in Hamar, Norway, on 7 and 8 February 2004:

Dutchwoman Renate Groenewold and American Chad Hedrick 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) Chad Hedrick  United States 150.478 36,49 (5) 6.20,69 (2) 1.47,51 (5) 13.21,67 (2)
2nd, silver medalist(s) Shani Davis  United States 150.726 36,19 (3) 6.24,00 (4) 1.46,02 (1) 13.35,93 (5)
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Carl Verheijen  Netherlands 151.110 37,35 (16) 6.20,61 (1) 1.47,42 (4) 13.17,86 (1)
4 Enrico Fabris  Italy 151.529 36,75 (8) 6.23,67 (3) 1.47,80 (7) 13.29,59 (3)
5 Mark Tuitert  Netherlands 151.536 36,04 (2) 6.28,31 (7) 1.46,28 (2) 13.44,79 (7)
6 Tom Prinsen  Netherlands 152.646 37,09 (15) 6.26,29 (5) 1.48,73 (9) 13.33,69 (4)
7 K. C. Boutiette  United States 153.045 36,69 (7) 6.32,88 (11) 1.48,27 (8) 13.39,55 (6)
8 Yevgeny Lalenkov  Russia 153.729 35,78 (1) 6.38,36 (16) 1.47,64 (6) 14.04,67 (11)
9 Ivan Skobrev  Russia 153.864 36,80 (10) 6.33,89 (12) 1.49,22 (11) 13.45,38 (8)
10 Johan Röjler  Sweden 154.279 37,05 (13) 6.31,19 (9) 1.50,08 (16) 13.48,35 (9)
11 Derek Parra  United States 154.428 36,29 (4) 6.38,35 (15) 1.47,38 (3) 14.10,20 (12)
12 Eskil Ervik  Norway 155.704 38,52 (24) 6.27,54 (6) 1.50,03 (15) 13.55,09 (10)
NQ13 Matteo Anesi  Italy 113.274 36,95 (11) 6.40,38 (17) 1.48,86 (10)
NQ14 Jan Friesinger  Germany 113.480 36,61 (6) 6.43,67 (21) 1.49,51 (14)
NQ15 Arne Dankers  Canada 113.994 38,40 (23) 6.31,81 (10) 1.49,24 (12)
NQ16 Li Changyu  China 114.059 36,79 (9) 6.43,63 (20) 1.50,72 (18)
NQ17 Tobias Schneider  Germany 114.220 37,60 (19) 6.35,60 (14) 1.51,18 (20)
NQ18 Steven Elm  Canada 114.472 37,06 (14) 6.46,46 (23) 1.50,30 (17)
NQ19 Jay Morrison  Canada 114.477 37,36 (17) 6.46,51 (24) 1.49,40 (13)
NQ20 Andrey Burlyayev  Russia 114.689 37,53 (18) 6.42,03 (19) 1.50,87 (19)
NQ21 Paweł Zygmunt  Poland 114.898 38,12 (21) 6.35,25 (13) 1.51,76 (22)
NQ22 Kesato Miyazaki  Japan 115358 37,72 (20) 6.44,28 (22) 1.51,63 (21)
NQ23 Lasse Sætre  Norway 78.344 38,26 (22) 6.40,84 (18) NS
NQ24 Jochem Uytdehaage  Netherlands 76.041 36,98 (12) 6.30,61 (8) NS

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

Women's championships[edit]

Allround results[edit]

Place Athlete Country Points 500 m 3000 m 1500 m 5000 m
1st, gold medalist(s) Renate Groenewold  Netherlands 162.573 40,26 (9) 4.04,58 (1) 1.57,48 (2) 7.03,90 (2)
2nd, silver medalist(s) Claudia Pechstein  Germany 163.291 39,85 (5) 4.05,62 (3) 1.57,78 (3) 7.12,45 (5)
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Wieteke Cramer  Netherlands 163.916 39,40 (3) 4.07,60 (6) 2.00,06 (9) 7.12,30 (4)
4 Jennifer Rodriguez  United States 164.555 38,74 (1) 4.13,73 (14) 1.57,33 (1) 7.24,17 (11)
5 Eriko Ishino  Japan 165.036 40,28 (10) 4.09,26 (7) 1.59,07 (6) 7.15,23 (7)
6 Barbara de Loor  Netherlands 165.694 40,03 (7) 4.09,96 (8) 1.59,16 (7) 7.22,84 (10)
7 Gretha Smit  Netherlands 166.017 42,18 (24) 4.05,25 (2) 2.02,02 (16) 7.02,89 (1)
8 Daniela Anschütz  Germany 166.221 40,30 (11) 4.11,99 (9) 2.00,76 (12) 7.16,70 (8)
9 Maki Tabata  Japan 166.241 40,30 (11) 4.12,71 (11) 1.59,66 (8) 7.19,37 (9)
10 Clara Hughes  Canada 166.453 42,07 (23) 4.07,16 (4) 2.01,68 (15) 7.06,30 (3)
11 Olga Tarasova  Russia 166.833 40,67 (14) 4.12,75 (12) 1.58,83 (5) 7.24,28 (12)
12 Catherine Raney  United States 166.880 41,28 (20) 4.12,09 (10) 2.00,67 (10) 7.13,62 (6)
NQ13 Anni Friesinger  Germany 119.560 38,89 (2) 4.07,56 (5) 1.58,23 (4)
NQ14 Wang Fei  China 122.881 39,81 (4) 4.16,97 (19) 2.00,73 (11)
NQ15 Nicola Mayr  Italy 123.141 39,85 (5) 4.15,05 (16) 2.02,35 (18)
NQ16 Varvara Barysheva  Russia 123.159 40,20 (8) 4.15,34 (18) 2.01,21 (14)
NQ17 Kristina Groves  Canada 123.584 40,75 (15) 4.15,25 (17) 2.00,88 (13)
NQ18 Lucille Opitz  Germany 124.092 41,09 (19) 4.13,30 (13) 2.02,36 (19)
NQ19 Galina Lichatshova  Russia 124.686 40,99 (17) 4.18,02 (20) 2.02,08 (17)
NQ20 Eriko Seo  Japan 124.889 41,08 (18) 4.13,82 (15) 2.04,52 (23)
NQ21 Hedvig Bjelkevik  Norway 125.299 40,90 (16) 4.19,88 (21) 2.03,26 (21)
NQ22 Sarah Elliott  United States 125.658 40,35 (13) 4.24,51 (23) 2.03,67 (22)
NQ23 Maria Lamb  United States 126.571 41,45 (21) 4.24,59 (24) 2.03,07 (20)
NQ24 Tara Risling  Canada 126.806 41,61 (22) 4.21,92 (22) 2.04,63 (24)

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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