2009–10 ISU Speed Skating World Cup – Men's 500 metres

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The 500 metres distance for men in the 2009–10 ISU Speed Skating World Cup was contested over 12 races on six occasions, out of a total of seven World Cup occasions for the season, with the first occasion taking place in Berlin, Germany, on 6–8 November 2009, and the final occasion taking place in Heerenveen, Netherlands, on 12–14 March 2010.[1]

Tucker Fredricks of the United States won the cup, while Jan Smeekens of the Netherlands came second, and Mika Poutala of Finland came third. Defending champion Yu Fengtong of China finished in 20th place.

Top three[edit]

Medal Athlete Points Previous season
Gold United States Tucker Fredricks 788 3rd
Silver Netherlands Jan Smeekens 742 11th
Bronze Finland Mika Poutala 702 4th

Race medallists[edit]

Occasion # Location Date Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time Report
1 Berlin, Germany 6 November Lee Kang-seok
 South Korea
34.80 Lee Kyou-hyuk
 South Korea
35.02 Keiichiro Nagashima
 Japan
35.13 [2]
8 November Tucker Fredricks
 United States
35.06 Lee Kang-seok
 South Korea
35.10 Lee Kyou-hyuk
 South Korea
35.10 [3]
2 Heerenveen, Netherlands 13 November Keiichiro Nagashima
 Japan
34.98 Tucker Fredricks
 United States
35.00 Ronald Mulder
 Netherlands
35.07 [4]
14 November Joji Kato
 Japan
34.98 Jan Smeekens
 Netherlands
35.02 Lee Kang-seok
 South Korea
35.13 [5]
4 Calgary, Canada 4 December Mika Poutala
 Finland
34.38 Joji Kato
 Japan
34.45 Jamie Gregg
 Canada
34.45 [6]
5 December Lee Kyou-hyuk
 South Korea
34.28 Mika Poutala
 Finland
34.38 Tucker Fredricks
 United States
34.50 [7]
5 Salt Lake City, United States 11 December Lee Kyou-hyuk
 South Korea
34.26 Yuya Oikawa
 Japan
34.27 Mika Poutala
 Finland
34.31 [8]
12 December Lee Kyou-hyuk
 South Korea
34.26 Lee Kang-seok
 South Korea
34.28 Tucker Fredricks
 United States
34.35 [9]
6 Erfurt, Germany 6 March Jan Smeekens
 Netherlands
34.97 Yuya Oikawa
 Japan
35.10 Ronald Mulder
 Netherlands
35.25 [10]
7 March Jan Smeekens
 Netherlands
35.20 Yuya Oikawa
 Japan
35.21 Mika Poutala
 Finland
Dmitry Lobkov
 Russia
35.22 [11]
7 Heerenveen, Netherlands 12 March Jan Smeekens
 Netherlands
34.99 Tucker Fredricks
 United States
35.01 Ronald Mulder
 Netherlands
35.24 [12]
13 March Jan Smeekens
 Netherlands
35.05 Ronald Mulder
 Netherlands
35.19 Akio Ohta
 Japan
35.35 [13]

Final standings[edit]

Standings as of 14 March 2010 (end of the season).[14][15]

# Name Nat. BER1 BER2 HVN1 HVN2 CAL1 CAL2 SLC1 SLC2 ERF1 ERF2 HVN3 HVN4 Total
1 Fredricks, TuckerTucker Fredricks United States 16 100 80 50 32 70 50 70 60 50 120 90 788
2 Smeekens, JanJan Smeekens Netherlands 36 28 50 80 16 32 100 100 150 150 742
3 Poutala, MikaMika Poutala Finland 60 50 45 60 100 80 70 36 50 70 36 45 702
4 Oikawa, YuyaYuya Oikawa Japan 21 14 36 32 60 40 80 45 80 80 24 75 587
5 Mulder, RonaldRonald Mulder Netherlands 18 24 70 45 45 36 28 70 6 105 120 567
6 Lee Kang-seok South Korea 100 80 60 70 28 45 60 80 523
7 Lee Kyou-hyuk South Korea 80 70 21 50 100 100 100 521
8 Nagashima, KeiichiroKeiichiro Nagashima Japan 70 45 100 36 40 21 45 50 407
9 Kato, JojiJoji Kato Japan 45 18 10 100 80 60 36 24 373
10 Ota, AkioAkio Ota Japan 11 25 24 14 10 10 28 16 36 45 45 105 369
11 Haga, RyoheiRyohei Haga Japan 40 60 18 5 24 14 12 12 45 32 75 24 361
12 Gregg, JamieJamie Gregg Canada 12 40 70 32 60 32 24 40 32 342
13 Lobkov, DmitryDmitry Lobkov Russia 6 12 0 15 4 19 25 4 40 70 90 36 321
14 Mun Jun South Korea 25 45 40 18 36 24 6 194
15 Zhang Zhongqi China 32 36 32 28 8 28 14 14 192
16 Mo Tae-bum South Korea 10 6 4 19 21 50 40 32 182
17 Parrott, KyleKyle Parrott Canada 19 25 18 12 24 18 14 14 16 16 176
18 Ustynowicz, MaciejMaciej Ustynowicz Poland 19 6 2 11 11 4 19 25 10 12 32 14 165
19 Ihle, NicoNico Ihle Germany 6 8 0 6 2 6 11 15 21 21 28 40 164
20 Yu Fengtong China 12 21 16 16 19 11 18 40 153
21 Davis, ShaniShani Davis United States 15 19 28 24 14 16 21 10 5 152
22 Koskela, PekkaPekka Koskela Finland 50 16 8 6 12 0 14 18 124
23 Groothuis, StefanStefan Groothuis Netherlands 24 10 21 8 0 0 16 36 115
24 Schwarz, SamuelSamuel Schwarz Germany 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 25 18 21 28 97
25 Ireland, MikeMike Ireland Canada 8 8 25 18 16 21 96
26 Lee Ki-ho South Korea 14 32 14 12 0 0 10 6 88
27 Kuipers, SimonSimon Kuipers Netherlands 2 6 8 28 40 84
28 Hvammen, Espen-AarnesEspen-Aarnes Hvammen Norway 19 25 18 21 83
29 Labrie, VincentVincent Labrie Canada 5 0 0 0 15 15 15 19 6 8 83
30 Ioriatti, ErmannoErmanno Ioriatti Italy 11 1 8 0 6 11 12 28 77
31 Liu Fangyi China 8 1 10 25 6 8 8 8 74
32 Aussprung, BrentBrent Aussprung United States 28 5 6 4 0 0 8 10 61
33 Wotherspoon, JeremyJeremy Wotherspoon Canada 25 5 24 54
34 Tuitert, MarkMark Tuitert Netherlands 8 8 0 0 18 16 50
35 Wang Nan China 2 15 6 0 0 0 8 8 39
36 Puolakka, MarkusMarkus Puolakka Finland 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 8 19 34
37 Krech, RomanRoman Krech Kazakhstan 0 0 0 0 0 11 15 26
38 Nieminen, TuomasTuomas Nieminen Finland 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 6 11 25
39 Mulder, MichelMichel Mulder Netherlands 4 15 4 23
40 Lalenkov, YevgenyYevgeny Lalenkov Russia 0 0 15 15
41 Pearson, NickNick Pearson United States 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 2 13
42 Ouardi, MuncefMuncef Ouardi Canada 3 4 0 0 0 2 2 11
43 Steiner, FrankFrank Steiner Germany 0 0 0 0 0 8 8
44 Zhang Yaolin China 4 0 2 0 0 0 1 7
45 Lindsey, JoeyJoey Lindsey United States 6 6
46 Morrison, DennyDenny Morrison Canada 1 4 0 5
47 Biega, MaciejMaciej Biega Poland 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 4
48 Schwierz, MatthiasMatthias Schwierz Germany 1 2 3
49 Greig, DanielDaniel Greig Australia 0 0 2 0 2
Maclennan, RichardRichard MacLennan Canada 0 2 2
51 Bos, JanJan Bos Netherlands 1 0 0 1
Chadayev, SergeySergey Chadayev Russia 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Lebedev, AleksandrAleksandr Lebedev Russia 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
Plummer, MatthewMatthew Plummer United States 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

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