2012–13 ISU Speed Skating World Cup – Women's 1500 metres

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The 1500 meters distance for women in the 2012–13 ISU Speed Skating World Cup was contested over six races on six occasions, out of a total of nine World Cup occasions for the season, with the first occasion taking place in Heerenveen, Netherlands, on 16–18 November 2012, and the final occasion also taking place in Heerenveen on 8–10 March 2013.

Marrit Leenstra of the Netherlands won the cup, while the defending champion, Christine Nesbitt of Canada, came second, and Ireen Wüst of the Netherlands came third.

Top three[edit]

Medal Athlete Points Previous season
Gold Netherlands Marrit Leenstra 411 3rd
Silver Canada Christine Nesbitt 375 1st
Bronze Netherlands Ireen Wüst 350 2nd

Race medallists[edit]

Occasion # Location Date Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time Report
1 Heerenveen, Netherlands 17 November Christine Nesbitt
 Canada
1:56.35 Marrit Leenstra
 Netherlands
1:56.42 Lotte van Beek
 Netherlands
1:57.42 [1]
2 Kolomna, Russia 24 November Marrit Leenstra
 Netherlands
1:55.03 Yekaterina Shikhova
 Russia
1:55.52 Christine Nesbitt
 Canada
1:56.16 [2]
3 Astana, Kazachstan 2 December Christine Nesbitt
 Canada
1:57.18 Marrit Leenstra
 Netherlands
1:57.29 Linda de Vries
 Netherlands
1:57.30 [3]
7 Inzell, Germany 9 February Ireen Wüst
 Netherlands
1:55.95 Diane Valkenburg
 Netherlands
1:56.42 Yekaterina Shikhova
 Russia
1:57.07 [4]
8 Erfurt, Germany 2 March Ireen Wüst
 Netherlands
1:55.61 Diane Valkenburg
 Netherlands
1:58.32 Marrit Leenstra
 Netherlands
1:58.38 [5]
9 Heerenveen, Netherlands 10 March Ireen Wüst
 Netherlands
1:54.67 Lotte van Beek
 Netherlands
1:56.58 Christine Nesbitt
 Canada
1:56.86 [6]

Standings[edit]

Standings as of 10 March 2013 (end of the season).[7]

# Name Nat. HVN1 KOL AST INZ ERF HVN2 Total
1 Marrit Leenstra Netherlands 80 100 80 45 70 36 411
2 Christine Nesbitt Canada 100 70 100 105 375
3 Ireen Wüst Netherlands 100 100 150 350
4 Linda de Vries Netherlands 0 25 70 60 50 75 280
5 Lotte van Beek Netherlands 70 0 45 28 120 263
6 Diane Valkenburg Netherlands 60 80 80 40 260
7 Yekaterina Shikhova Russia 80 50 70 32 232
8 Yekaterina Lobysheva Russia 24 40 18 50 40 28 200
9 Kali Christ Canada 11 10 40 36 90 187
10 Martina Sáblíková Czech Republic 50 60 36 32 178
11 Katarzyna Bachleda-Curuś Poland 15 18 5 32 60 45 175
12 Ida Njåtun Norway 36 24 28 36 14 24 162
13 Kim Bo-reum South Korea 25 50 10 28 8 12 133
14 Claudia Pechstein Germany 60 28 32 120
15 Brittany Schussler Canada 28 16 24 14 12 21 115
16 Marije Joling Netherlands 45 32 8 18 103
17 Natalia Czerwonka Poland 21 12 21 12 18 16 100
18 Olga Graf Russia 32 45 10 8 95
19 Miho Takagi Japan 14 14 24 24 18 94
20 Yuliya Skokova Russia 18 36 14 16 6 90
21 Monique Angermüller Germany 16 19 45 80
22 Cindy Klassen Canada 12 8 12 8 21 14 75
23 Karolína Erbanová Czech Republic 19 40 6 65
24 Laurine van Riessen Netherlands 40 21 61
25 Luiza Złotkowska Poland 8 6 16 16 46
26 Hege Bøkko Norway 6 0 25 6 5 42
27 Yevgenia Dmitrieva Russia 8 11 21 40
28 Brittany Bowe United States 25 10 35
29 Masako Hozumi Japan 0 25 10 35
30 Jelena Peeters Belgium 0 6 0 6 15 27
31 Mari Hemmer Norway 0 0 19 5 24
32 Ayaka Kikuchi Japan 1 15 6 22
33 Heather Richardson United States 19 19
Zhang Hong China 19 19
35 Yekaterina Aydova Kazakhstan 0 6 11 17
36 Kayline Irvine Canada 0 0 15 15
Maki Tabata Japan 15 15
38 Misaki Oshigiri Japan 0 4 11 15
39 Park Do-yeong South Korea 0 0 0 0 11 11
40 Nao Kodaira Japan 10 0 10
41 Noh Seon-yeong South Korea 0 8 1 0 0 9
Anna Ringsred United States 8 1 9
43 Ivanie Blondin Canada 8 8
Katarzyna Woźniak Poland 8 8
45 Zhaon Xin China 0 2 2 4 8
46 Isabell Ost Germany 2 1 4 0 0 7
47 Jennifer Bay Germany 0 6 6
Gabriele Hirschbichler Germany 6 0 6
49 Yuki Matsuda Germany 4 4
Jilleanne Rookard United States 4 0 4
51 Anna Rokita Austria 2 2
Tatyana Sokirko Kazakhstan 0 2 0 2
53 Kaitlyn McGregor Switzerland 1 1

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "Essent ISU World Cup Kolomna – Result 1500m Ladies Division A – Rankings as of Nov 24 2012 6:06PM". International Skating Union. 24 November 2012. Archived from the original on 2013-05-02. Retrieved 27 July 2013.
  3. ^ "Essent ISU World Cup Astana – Result 1500m Ladies Division A – Rankings as of Dec 2 2012 6:52PM". International Skating Union. 2 December 2012. Archived from the original on 2013-09-21. Retrieved 27 July 2013.
  4. ^ "Essent ISU World Cup Inzell – Result 1500m Ladies Division A – Rankings as of Feb 9 2013 6:59PM". International Skating Union. 9 February 2013. Archived from the original on 2013-05-27. Retrieved 27 July 2013.
  5. ^ "Essent ISU World Cup Erfurt – Result 1500m Ladies Division A – Rankings as of Mar 3 2013 1:29PM". International Skating Union. 3 March 2013. Archived from the original on 2013-05-28. Retrieved 27 July 2013.
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