2010–11 ISU Speed Skating World Cup – World Cup 2

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The second competition weekend of the 2010–11 ISU Speed Skating World Cup was held in the Sportforum Hohenschönhausen in Berlin, Germany, from Friday, 19 November, until Sunday, 21 November, 2009.

Schedule of events[edit]

The timeschedule of the event stands below.[1]

Date Time Events
19 November 15:30 CET 500 m women
500 m men
1500 m women
5000 m men
20 November 13:15 CET 500 m men
500 m women
3000 m women
1500 m men
21 November 13:15 CET 1000 m women
1000 m men
Team pursuit women
Team pursuit men

Medal summary[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Race # Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time Report
500 m 1 Joji Kato
 Japan
35.03 Jan Smeekens
 Netherlands
35.04 Lee Kang-seok
 South Korea
35.10 [1]
2 Pekka Koskela
 Finland
34.90 Tucker Fredricks
 United States
34.91 Lee Kang-seok
 South Korea
35.13 [2]
1000 m Shani Davis
 United States
1:08.82 Lee Kyou-hyuk
 South Korea
1:09.08 Simon Kuipers
 Netherlands
1:09.11 [3]
1500 m Håvard Bøkko
 Norway
1:45.27 Trevor Marsicano
 United States
1:46.15 Stefan Groothuis
 Netherlands
1:46.31 [4]
5000 m Lee Seung-hoon
 South Korea
6:18.40 Jonathan Kuck
 United States
6:18.85 Håvard Bøkko
 Norway
6:19.50 [5]
Team pursuit  United States
Shani Davis
Trevor Marsicano
Jonathan Kuck
3:43.10  Norway
Håvard Bøkko
Henrik Christiansen
Sverre Lunde Pedersen
3:44.65  Netherlands
Wouter olde Heuvel
Koen Verweij
Bob de Vries
3:45.38 [6]

Women's events[edit]

Event Race # Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time Report
500 m 1 Jenny Wolf
 Germany
38.08 Lee Sang-hwa
 South Korea
38.24 Margot Boer
 Netherlands
38.66 [7]
2 Jenny Wolf
 Germany
37.98 Margot Boer
 Netherlands
38.46 Lee Sang-hwa
 South Korea
38.56 [8]
1000 m Christine Nesbitt
 Canada
1:15.86 Heather Richardson
 United States
1:16.31 Margot Boer
 Netherlands
1:16.51 [9]
1500 m Christine Nesbitt
 Canada
1:57.03 Ida Njåtun
 Norway
1:57.99 Ireen Wüst
 Netherlands
1:58.93 [10]
3000 m Jilleanne Rookard
 United States
4:04.38 Martina Sáblíková
 Czech Republic
4:05.83 Stephanie Beckert
 Germany
4:06.12 [11]
Team pursuit  Germany
Isabell Ost
Jennifer Bay
Stephanie Beckert
3:04.91  Netherlands
Ireen Wüst
Jorien Voorhuis
Marije Joling
3:05.50  Norway
Ida Njåtun
Hege Bøkko
Mari Hemmer
3:06.67 [12]

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