2010–11 ISU Speed Skating World Cup – Women's 500 metres

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The 500 metres distance for women in the 2010–11 ISU Speed Skating World Cup was contested over 12 races on six occasions, out of a total of eight World Cup occasions for the season, with the first occasion taking place in Heerenveen, Netherlands, on 12–14 November 2010, and the final occasion also taking place in Heerenveen on 4–6 March 2011.[1]

Jenny Wolf of Germany successfully defended her title from the previous season, while Lee Sang-hwa of South Korea came second, and Margot Boer of the Netherlands came third.

Top three[edit]

Medal Athlete Points Previous season
Gold Germany Jenny Wolf 1190 1st
Silver South Korea Lee Sang-hwa 875 5th
Bronze Netherlands Margot Boer 735 2nd

Race medallists[edit]

Occasion # Location Date Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time Report
1 Heerenveen, Netherlands 12 November Jenny Wolf
 Germany
38.02 Lee Sang-hwa
 South Korea
38.30 Margot Boer
 Netherlands
38.39 [1]
13 November Jenny Wolf
 Germany
38.17 Margot Boer
 Netherlands
38.54 Nao Kodaira
 Japan
38.77 [2]
2 Berlin, Germany 19 November Jenny Wolf
 Germany
38.08 Lee Sang-hwa
 South Korea
38.24 Margot Boer
 Netherlands
38.66 [3]
20 November Jenny Wolf
 Germany
37.98 Margot Boer
 Netherlands
38.46 Lee Sang-hwa
 South Korea
38.56 [4]
4 Changchun, China 4 December Lee Sang-hwa
 South Korea
38.24 Jenny Wolf
 Germany
38.29 Nao Kodaira
 Japan
38.51 [5]
5 December Lee Sang-hwa
 South Korea
38.22 Yu Jing
 China
38.27 Jenny Wolf
 Germany
38.44 [6]
5 Obihiro, Japan 11 December Lee Sang-hwa
 South Korea
38.18 Yu Jing
 China
38.21 Jenny Wolf
 Germany
38.25 [7]
12 December Jenny Wolf
 Germany
38.03 Lee Sang-hwa
 South Korea
38.21 Yu Jing
 China
38.30 [8]
6 Moscow, Russia 28 January Jenny Wolf
 Germany
37.90 Margot Boer
 Netherlands
38.56 Heather Richardson
 United States
38.57 [9]
29 January Jenny Wolf
 Germany
38.01 Margot Boer
 Netherlands
38.49 Heather Richardson
 United States
38.53 [10]
8 Heerenveen, Netherlands 5 March Annette Gerritsen
 Netherlands
38.31 Jenny Wolf
 Germany
38.37 Lee Sang-hwa
 South Korea
38.49 [11]
6 March Jenny Wolf
 Germany
38.37 Lee Sang-hwa
 South Korea
38.48 Annette Gerritsen
 Netherlands
38.55 [12]

Standings[edit]

Standings as of 6 March 2011 (end of the season).[2]

# Name Nat. HVN1 HVN2 BER1 BER2 CHA1 CHA2 OBI1 OBI2 MOS1 MOS2 HVN3 HVN4 Total
1 Wolf, JennyJenny Wolf Germany 100 100 100 100 80 70 70 100 100 100 120 150 1190
2 Lee Sang-hwa South Korea 80 40 80 70 100 100 100 80 105 120 875
3 Boer, MargotMargot Boer Netherlands 70 80 70 80 60 50 80 80 75 90 735
4 Richardson, HeatherHeather Richardson United States 45 50 36 50 45 28 50 40 70 70 28 36 548
5 Kodaira, NaoNao Kodaira Japan 60 70 50 60 70 45 60 60 36 511
6 Hesse, JudithJudith Hesse Germany 24 12 45 36 40 32 45 45 50 45 40 28 442
7 Tsuji, MakiMaki Tsuji Japan 40 45 24 28 32 36 40 50 90 45 430
8 Riessen, LaurineLaurine van Riessen Netherlands 50 60 60 5 50 21 45 50 45 386
9 Gerritsen, AnnetteAnnette Gerritsen Netherlands 60 60 150 105 375
10 Rempel, ShannonShannon Rempel Canada 19 25 28 32 24 24 24 21 40 40 10 24 311
11 Oenema, ThijsjeThijsje Oenema Netherlands 28 24 21 45 8 10 10 16 32 36 21 40 291
12 Yu Jing China 25 80 80 70 255
13 Lee Bo-ra South Korea 25 36 18 21 21 14 28 32 24 32 251
14 Qi Shuai China 40 21 12 14 36 40 21 36 16 14 250
15 Nishina, YukanaYukana Nishina Japan 18 16 8 16 14 8 16 14 24 32 14 16 196
16 Wang Beixing China 28 60 32 75 195
17 Fatkulina, OlgaOlga Fatkulina Russia 14 18 40 40 21 24 18 12 187
18 Cholewinski, LaurenLauren Cholewinski United States 16 14 14 8 12 16 18 28 10 14 12 18 180
19 Nesbitt, ChristineChristine Nesbitt Canada 32 28 32 10 16 18 136
20 Simionato, ChiaraChiara Simionato Italy 15 11 5 6 8 1 3 8 28 21 0 21 127
21 Angermuller, MoniqueMonique Angermüller Germany 21 10 15 25 12 36 119
22 Bradford, RebekahRebekah Bradford United States 2 4 6 15 6 6 8 10 12 18 8 8 103
23 Takagi, MihoMiho Takagi Japan 8 8 11 25 10 6 6 12 0 10 96
24 Timmer, MarianneMarianne Timmer Netherlands 10 32 10 18 6 12 88
25 Jin Peiyu China 12 25 24 18 79
26 Erbanova, KarolinaKarolína Erbanová Czech Republic 11 15 16 4 14 16 76
27 Li Dan China 19 32 24 75
28 Bucsis, AnastasiaAnastasia Bucsis Canada 4 19 6 12 4 15 4 6 70
29 Malysheva, YekaterinaYekaterina Malysheva Russia 4 4 19 0 1 2 14 4 6 12 66
30 Zhang Hong China 11 36 18 65
31 Das, AniceAnice Das Netherlands 15 19 5 5 2 2 48
32 Kuipers, MayonMayon Kuipers Netherlands 18 28 46
33 Hirschbichler, GabrieleGabriele Hirschbichler Germany 6 2 2 11 8 5 5 39
34 Hartmann, HeikeHeike Hartmann Germany 1 0 6 6 16 5 34
35 Oh Min-jee South Korea 8 8 6 11 33
36 Shimizu, ReikaReika Shimizu Japan 2 3 0 8 2 4 1 3 23
37 Aseyeva, NadezhdaNadezhda Aseyeva Russia 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 8 20
38 Sheng Xiaomei China 19 19
39 Plate, JenniferJennifer Plate Germany 1 5 10 16
40 Leenstra, MarritMarrit Leenstra Netherlands 5 6 11
Zhang Lu China 6 5 0 0 11
42 Aydova, YekaterinaYekaterina Aydova Kazakhstan 0 1 8 1 10
43 Badayeva, AnnaAnna Badayeva Belarus 0 0 0 0 4 4 8
44 Oudenaarden, TamaraTamara Oudenaarden Canada 0 6 6
Skokova, YuliyaYuliya Skokova Russia 6 0 6
46 Arshinova, IrinaIrina Arshinova Russia 3 2 5
47 Roth, DeniseDenise Roth Germany 0 4 4
48 Gregg, SarahSarah Gregg Canada 1 3 4
49 Lobysheva, YekaterinaYekaterina Lobysheva Russia 3 3
50 Bokko, HegeHege Bøkko Norway 0 0 2 2
51 Lukoyanova, YekaterinaYekaterina Lukoyanova Russia 0 1 1

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