2008–09 ISU Speed Skating World Cup – World Cup 9

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ISU Speed Skating World Cup
2008–09
Men

100 m | 500 m | 1000 m | 1500 m | 5k/10k | Team pursuit

Women

100 m | 500 m | 1000 m | 1500 m | 3k/5k | Team pursuit

World Cup weekends

Berlin | Heerenveen (1) | Moscow | Changchun | Nagano
Kolomna | Erfurt | Heerenveen (2) | Salt Lake City

The ninth and final competition weekend of the 2008–09 ISU Speed Skating World Cup was a three-day event with races in all cups except the team pursuits, held at the Utah Olympic Oval in Salt Lake City, United States, from Friday, March 6, until Sunday, March 8, 2009.

American Shani Davis set new world records for the 1000 and 1500 meters distances.

Schedule of events[edit]

Timeschedule of the event:[1]

Date Time Events
March 6 12:30 500 m men
1000 m women
1500 m men
3000 m women
March 7 12:30 500 m women
1000 m men
1500 m women
5000 m men
100 m women
100 m men

Medal winners[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time Report
100 m Yuya Oikawa
 Japan
9.49 Lee Kang-seok
 South Korea
9.63 Yu Fengtong
 China
9.80 [2]
500 m Yu Fengtong
 China
34.37 Lee Kyou-hyuk
 South Korea
34.38 Tucker Fredricks
 United States
34.51 [3]
1000 m Shani Davis
 United States
1:06.42
WR
Trevor Marsicano
 United States
1:06.88 Denny Morrison
 Canada
1:07.11 [4]
1500 m Shani Davis
 United States
1:41.80
WR
Trevor Marsicano
 United States
1:42.31 Denny Morrison
 Canada
1:42.56 [5]
5000 m Sven Kramer
 Netherlands
6:06.64 Håvard Bøkko
 Norway
6:09.94 Carl Verheijen
 Netherlands
6:13.17 [6]

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time Report
100 m Jenny Wolf
 Germany
10.25 Yu Jing
 China
10.44 Shihomi Shinya
 Japan
10.45 [7]
500 m Wang Beixing
 China
37.25 Jenny Wolf
 Germany
37.39 Yu Jing
 China
37.62 [8]
1000 m Anni Friesinger
 Germany
1:13.86 Sayuri Yoshii
 Japan
1:14.05 Christine Nesbitt
 Canada
1:14.41 [9]
1500 m Kristina Groves
 Canada
1:54.08 Maki Tabata
 Japan
1:54.79 Brittany Schussler
 Canada
1:54.91 [10]
3000 m Martina Sáblíková
 Czech Republic
3:58.62 Daniela Anschütz-Thoms
 Germany
3:59.88 Kristina Groves
 Canada
4:00.00 [11]

References[edit]