2010 European Speed Skating Championships

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European Speed Skating Championships
Vikingskipet-Hamar.jpg
Vikingskipet (Hamar)
Venue Vikingskipet (Hamar)
Dates 9 and 10 January 2010
Competitors 32 men
26 women
Medalist men
1st, gold medalist(s) Sven Kramer  NED
2nd, silver medalist(s) Enrico Fabris  ITA
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Ivan Skobrev  RUS
Medalist women
1st, gold medalist(s) Martina Sáblíková  CZE
2nd, silver medalist(s) Ireen Wüst  NED
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Daniela Anschütz-Thoms  GER

The 2010 European Speed Skating Championships were held at the indoor ice rink of the Vikingskipet in Hamar (Norway) on 9 and 10 January 2010.

Men championships[edit]

Allround results[edit]

Place Athlete Country 500 m 5000 m 1500 m 10000 m Points
1st, gold medalist(s) Sven Kramer  Netherlands 36.60 (4) 6:19.78 (1) 1:47.05 (2) 13:19.32 (1) 150.227
2nd, silver medalist(s) Enrico Fabris  Italy 36.64 (5) 6:22.44 (2) 1:46.37 (1) 13:28.72 (3) 150.776
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Ivan Skobrev  Russia 36.76 (9) 6:28.27 (6) 1:47.82 (3) 13:33.02 (5) 152.178
4 Alexis Contin  France 37.30 (13) 6:25.70 (3) 1:49.27 (8) 13:25.77 (2) 152.581
5 Jan Blokhuijsen  Netherlands 36.66 (7) 6:27.95 (4) 1:50.33 (17) 13:31.12 (4) 152.787
6 Wouter olde Heuvel  Netherlands 37.07 (11) 6:32.76 (8) 1:48.31 (4) 13:45.60 (7) 153.729
7 Henrik Christiansen  Norway 37.81 (21) 6:30.40 (7) 1:49.25 (7) 13:41.17 (6) 154.324
8 Renz Rotteveel  Netherlands 37.30 (13) 6:33.89 (9) 1:49.57 (13) 13:50.03 (9) 154.713
9 Konrad Niedźwiedzki  Poland 36.07 (1) 6:40.83 (16) 1:48.67 (5) 14:08.75 (10) 154.813
10 Sverre Haugli  Norway 38.19 (23) 6:28.21 (5) 1:50.13 (16) 13:45.80 (8) 155.011
11 Joel Eriksson  Sweden 36.65 (6) 6:38.77 (13) 1:48.74 (6) 14:13.68 (11) 155.457
12 Matteo Anesi  Italy 36.52 (2) 6:43.13 (18) 1:49.37 (10) 14:26.47 (12) 156.612
NQ13 Robert Lehmann  Germany 36.70 (8) 6:40.84 (17) 1:49.55 (12) 113.300
NQ14 Haralds Silovs  Latvia 37.14 (12) 6:39.26 (14) 1:49.34 (9) 113.512
NQ15 Johan Röjler  Sweden 37.32 (15) 6:38.15 (11) 1:49.84 (15) 113.748
NQ16 Zbigniew Bródka  Poland 36.86 (10) 6:46.54 (20) 1:49.42 (11) 113.987
NQ17 Daniel Friberg  Sweden 36.56 (3) 6:58.56 (28) 1:49.58 (14) 114.942
NQ18 Pascal Briand  France 37.68 (20) 6:50.59 (21) 1:51.70 (18) 115.972
NQ19 Patrick Beckert  Germany 37.89 (22) 6:44.63 (19) 1:52.86 (25) 115.973
NQ20 Aleksandr Rumyantsev  Russia 38.74 (26) 6:38.22 (12) 1:52.24 (21) 115.975
NQ21 Marco Weber  Germany 38.60 (25) 6:40.38 (15) 1:52.80 (24) 116.238
NQ22 Milan Sáblík  Czech Republic 37.63 (18) 6:53.64 (23) 1:52.09 (19) 116.357
NQ23 Christian Pichler  Austria 37.47 (16) 6:58.06 (27) 1:52.14 (20) 116.656
NQ24 Niko Räsänen  Finland 38.56 (24) 6:51.91 (22) 1:52.60 (23) 117.284
NQ25 Vitaly Mikhailov  Belarus 37.66 (19) 6:56.19 (25) 1:54.24 (26) 117.359
NQ26 Marian Cristian Ion  Romania 39.15 (27) 6:56.37 (26) 1:55.75 (27) 119.370
NQ27 Kris Schildermans  Belgium 40.01 (28) 6:55.08 (24) 1:56.91 (28) 120.488
NQ28 Jan Caflisch   Switzerland 40.75 (29) 7:09.18 (30) 1:59.47 (29) 123.491
NQ29 Asier Pena Iturria  Spain 40.86 (30) 7:18.91 (31) 1:59.92 (30) 124.724
NQ31 Fredrik van der Horst  Norway 37.56 (17) 6:34.50 (10) DNS 77.724
NQ32 Håvard Bøkko  Norway 1:14.68 (32) DNS 74.680

NQ = Not qualified for the 10000 m (only the best 12 are qualified)
DNS = Did not start

Source: ISU [1]

Female championships[edit]

Allround results[edit]

Place Athlete Country 500 m 3000 m 1500 m 5000 m Points
1st, gold medalist(s) Martina Sáblíková  Czech Republic 40.45 (7) 4:03.09 (1) 1:59.75 (3) 6:59.44 (1) 162.825
2nd, silver medalist(s) Ireen Wüst  Netherlands 39.77 (4) 4:08.40 (2) 1:59.08 (1) 7:13.41 (5) 164.204
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Daniela Anschütz-Thoms  Germany 40.74 (10) 4:09.27 (4) 1:59.57 (2) 7:12.02 (3) 165.343
4 Yekaterina Lobysheva  Russia 39.81 (5) 4:14.75 (8) 2:00.08 (6) 7:27.02 (8) 166.996
5 Maren Haugli  Norway 41.67 (18) 4:09.49 (5) 2:01.67 (10) 7:12.81 (4) 167.088
6 Diane Valkenburg  Netherlands 40.77 (11) 4:11.80 (6) 2:00.80 (7) 7:21.61 (6) 167.163
7 Jorien Voorhuis  Netherlands 40.83 (12) 4:13.69 (7) 2:01.78 (11) 7:22.93 (7) 167.947
8 Yekaterina Shikhova  Russia 39.56 (2) 4:20.74 (18) 1:59.77 (4) 7:35.83 (11) 168.522
9 Karolína Erbanová  Czech Republic 39.54 (1) 4:19.93 (17) 2:00.05 (5) 7:36.65 (12) 168.542
10 Stephanie Beckert  Germany 43.43 (26) 4:08.76 (3) 2:03.77 (19) 7:04.55 (2) 168.598
11 Katarzyna Bachleda-Curuś  Poland 40.59 (9) 4:17.45 (12) 2:00.99 (8) 7:33.58 (10) 169.182
12 Paulien van Deutekom  Netherlands 40.43 (6) 4:15.20 (9) 2:02.60 (16) 7:30.65 (9) 169.228
NQ13 Hege Bøkko  Norway 39.76 (3) 4:21.11 (20) 2:02.23 (13) 124.021
NQ14 Luiza Złotkowska  Poland 41.23 (14) 4:16.03 (11) 2:01.41 (9) 124.371
NQ15 Katarzyna Woźniak  Poland 40.89 (13) 4:17.74 (13) 2:01.87 (12) 124.469
NQ16 Anna Rokita  Austria 41.33 (16) 4:15.89 (10) 2:02.58 (15) 124.838
NQ17 Ida Njåtun  Norway 40.58 (8) 4:21.99 (21) 2:02.24 (14) 124.991
NQ18 Isabell Ost  Germany 41.32 (15) 4:21.07 (19) 2:02.63 (17) 125.707
NQ19 Svetlana Vysokova  Russia 41.36 (17) 4:18.96 (15) 2:03.94 (20) 125.826
NQ 20 Katrin Mattscherodt  Germany 42.03 (20) 4:18.31 (14) 2:03.11 (18) 126.117
NQ21 Cathrine Grage  Denmark 43.13 (25) 4:19.33 (16) 2:04.81 (21) 127.964
NQ22 Yulia Yasenok  Belarus 41.87 (19) 4:31.62 (23) 2:06.22 (22) 129.213
NQ23 Marita Johansson  Sweden 42.75 (23) 4:31.10 (22) 2:06.58 (23) 130.126
NQ24 Olena Myahkikh  Ukraine 42.50 (22) 4:35.79 (24) 2:09.22 (24) 131.538
NQ25 Daniela Oltean  Romania 42.92 (24) 4:43.05 (25) 2:11.09 (25) 133.791
NQ26 Ágota Tóth  Hungary 42.23 (21) 4:46.73 (26) 2:14.08 (26) 134.878

NQ = Not qualified for the 5000 m (only the best 12 are qualified)
DNS = Did not start

Source: ISU [2]

Rules[edit]

All 24 participating skaters are allowed to skate the first three distances; 12 skaters may take part on the fourth distance. These 12 skaters are determined by taking the standings on the longest of the first three distances, as well as the samalog standings after three distances, and comparing these lists as follows:

  1. Skaters among the top 12 on both lists are qualified.
  2. To make up a total of 12, skaters are then added in order of their best rank on either list. Samalog standings take precedence over the longest-distance standings in the event of a tie.

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