2010–11 ISU Speed Skating World Cup

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ISU Speed Skating World Cup
Dates 12 November 2010 – 6 March 2011
Medalist men
Medalist women
ISU Speed Skating World Cup
2010–11
Men

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

Women

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

World Cup weekends

Heerenveen (1) | Berlin | Hamar | Changchun
Obihiro | Moscow | Salt Lake City | Heerenveen (2)

The 2010–11 ISU Speed Skating World Cup, officially the Essent ISU World Cup Speed Skating 2010–2011, was a series of international speed skating competitions which ran the entire season. The season started on 12 November 2010 in Heerenveen, Netherlands, and ended on 6 March 2011, also in Heerenveen.[1] In total, eight competition weekends were held at seven different locations, ten cups were contested (five for men, and five for women), and 70 races took place.

The World Cup is organized by the International Skating Union (ISU).

Calendar[edit]

WC # City Venue Date 500 m 1000 m 1500 m 3000 m 5000 m 10000 m Team pursuit
1 Netherlands Heerenveen Thialf 12–14 November 2m, 2w m, w m, w w m
'2 Netherlands Berlin Hohenschönhausen 19–21 November 2m, 2w m, w m, w w m m, w
3 Norway Hamar Vikingskipet 27–28 November m, w w m m, w
4 China Changchun Jilin Provincial Speed Skating Rink 4–5 December 2m, 2w 2m, 2w
5 Japan Obihiro Meiji Hokkaido-Tokachi Oval 11–12 December 2m, 2w 2m, 2w
China Harbin Heilongjiang Indoor Rink 28–29 December 2011 Asian Speed Skating Championships
Italy Collalbo Arena Ritten 7–9 January 2011 European Speed Skating Championships
Netherlands Heerenveen Thialf 22–23 January 2011 World Sprint Speed Skating Championships
6 Russia Moscow Krylatskoye Skating Hall 28–30 January 2m, 2w m, w m, w w m m, w
Canada Calgary Olympic Oval 12–13 February 2011 World Allround Speed Skating Championships
7 United States Salt Lake City Utah Olympic Oval 18–19 February m, w w m
8 Netherlands Heerenveen Thialf 4–6 March 2m, 2w m, w m, w w m
Germany Inzell Eisstadion Inzell 10–13 March 2011 World Single Distance Speed Skating Championships
Total 12m, 12w 8m, 8w 6m, 6w 4w 4m, 2w 2m 3m, 3w

Note: the men's 5000 and 10000 metres were contested as one cup, and the women's 3000 and 5000 metres were contested as one cup, as indicated by the color coding.

World records[edit]

World records going into the 2010–11 season.

Men[edit]

Distance Time Nat. Holder Date Venue Reference
500 m 34.03 Canada Jeremy Wotherspoon 9 November 2007 Utah Olympic Oval, Salt Lake City [2]
1000 m 1:06.42 United States Shani Davis 7 March 2009 Utah Olympic Oval, Salt Lake City [3]
1500 m 1:41.04 United States Shani Davis 11 December 2009 Utah Olympic Oval, Salt Lake City [4]
5000 m 6:03.32 Netherlands Sven Kramer 17 November 2007 Olympic Oval, Calgary [5]
10000 m 12:41.69 Netherlands Sven Kramer 10 March 2007 Utah Olympic Oval, Salt Lake City [6]
Team pursuit
(8 laps)
3:37.80 Netherlands Sven Kramer
Carl Verheijen
Erben Wennemars
11 March 2007 Utah Olympic Oval, Salt Lake City [7]

Women[edit]

Distance Time Nat. Holder Date Venue Reference
500 m 37.00 Germany Jenny Wolf 11 December 2009 Utah Olympic Oval, Salt Lake City [8]
1000 m 1:13.11 Canada Cindy Klassen 25 March 2006 Olympic Oval, Calgary [9]
1500 m 1:51.79 Canada Cindy Klassen 20 November 2005 Utah Olympic Oval, Salt Lake City [10]
3000 m 3:53.34 Canada Cindy Klassen 18 March 2006 Olympic Oval, Calgary [11]
5000 m 6:45.61 Czech Republic Martina Sáblíková 11 March 2007 Utah Olympic Oval, Salt Lake City [12]
Team pursuit
(6 laps)
2:55.79 Canada Kristina Groves
Christine Nesbitt
Brittany Schussler
6 December 2009 Olympic Oval, Calgary [13]

At the World Cup stop in Salt Lake City on 18 February 2011, Martina Sáblíková of the Czech Republic set a new world record on the women's 5000 metres with a time of 6:42.66.[12]

Men's standings[edit]

500 m[edit]

Rank Name Points[14]
1 South Korea Lee Kang-seok 845
2 South Korea Lee Kyou-hyuk 745
3 Japan Joji Kato 671

1000 m[edit]

Rank Name Points[15]
1 Netherlands Stefan Groothuis 580
2 South Korea Lee Kyou-hyuk 522
3 United States Shani Davis 485

1500 m[edit]

Rank Name Points[16]
1 United States Shani Davis 440
2 Norway Håvard Bøkko 357
3 Netherlands Stefan Groothuis 342

5000 and 10000 m[edit]

Rank Name Points[17]
1 Netherlands Bob de Jong 610
2 Russia Ivan Skobrev 400
3 Netherlands Bob de Vries 356

Team pursuit[edit]

Rank Name Points[18]
1  Norway 270
2  Russia 250
3  United States 232

Women's standings[edit]

500 m[edit]

Rank Name Points[19]
1 Germany Jenny Wolf 1190
2 South Korea Lee Sang-hwa 875
3 Netherlands Margot Boer 735

1000 m[edit]

Rank Name Points[20]
1 United States Heather Richardson 605
2 Canada Christine Nesbitt 590
3 Netherlands Margot Boer 360

1500 m[edit]

Rank Name Points[21]
1 Canada Christine Nesbitt 575
2 Netherlands Marrit Leenstra 466
3 Netherlands Ireen Wüst 460

3000 and 5000 m[edit]

Rank Name Points[22]
1 Czech Republic Martina Sáblíková 510
2 Germany Stephanie Beckert 475
3 United States Jilleanne Rookard 351

Team pursuit[edit]

Rank Name Points[23]
1  Netherlands 300
2  Germany 250
3  Norway 250

References[edit]

  1. ^ World Cups of the 2010-11 season, SpeedSkatingStats.com.
  2. ^ "Evolution of the world record 500 meters Men". www.speedskatingstats.com. Retrieved 30 September 2013. 
  3. ^ "Evolution of the world record 1000 meters Men". www.speedskatingstats.com. Retrieved 30 September 2013. 
  4. ^ "Evolution of the world record 1500 meters Men". www.speedskatingstats.com. Retrieved 30 September 2013. 
  5. ^ "Evolution of the world record 5000 meters Men". www.speedskatingstats.com. Retrieved 30 September 2013. 
  6. ^ "Evolution of the world record 10,000 meters Men". www.speedskatingstats.com. Retrieved 30 September 2013. 
  7. ^ "Evolution of the world record Team pursuit Men". www.speedskatingstats.com. Retrieved 30 September 2013. 
  8. ^ "Evolution of the world record 500 meters Women". www.speedskatingstats.com. Retrieved 30 September 2013. 
  9. ^ "Evolution of the world record 1000 meters Women". www.speedskatingstats.com. Retrieved 30 September 2013. 
  10. ^ "Evolution of the world record 1500 meters Women". www.speedskatingstats.com. Retrieved 30 September 2013. 
  11. ^ "Evolution of the world record 3000 meters Women". www.speedskatingstats.com. Retrieved 30 September 2013. 
  12. ^ a b "Evolution of the world record 5000 meters Women". www.speedskatingstats.com. Retrieved 30 September 2013. 
  13. ^ "Evolution of the world record Team pursuit Women". www.speedskatingstats.com. Retrieved 30 September 2013. 
  14. ^ "Essent ISU WorldCup 2010/2011 (Rankings 500m Men)". ISU. Retrieved 15 February 2011. 
  15. ^ "Essent ISU WorldCup 2010/2011 (Rankings 1000m Men)". ISU. Retrieved 15 February 2011. 
  16. ^ "Essent ISU WorldCup 2010/2011 (Rankings 1500m Men)". ISU. Retrieved 15 February 2011. 
  17. ^ "Essent ISU WorldCup 2010/2011 (Rankings 5000m Men)". ISU. Retrieved 15 February 2011. 
  18. ^ "Essent ISU WorldCup 2010/2011 (Rankings Team Pursuit Men)". ISU. Retrieved 15 February 2011. 
  19. ^ "Essent ISU WorldCup 2010/2011 (Rankings 500m Women)". ISU. Retrieved 15 February 2011. 
  20. ^ "Essent ISU WorldCup 2010/2011 (Rankings 1000m Women)". ISU. Retrieved 15 February 2011. 
  21. ^ "Essent ISU WorldCup 2010/2011 (Rankings 1500m Women)". ISU. Retrieved 15 February 2011. 
  22. ^ "Essent ISU WorldCup 2010/2011 (Rankings 3000m Women)". ISU. Retrieved 15 February 2011. 
  23. ^ "Essent ISU WorldCup 2010/2011 (Rankings Team Pursuit Women)". ISU. Retrieved 15 February 2011. 

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