2012 World Sprint Speed Skating Championships

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World Sprint Speed Skating Championships
Olympic Oval.jpg
Olympic Oval (Calgary)
Venue Olympic Oval (Calgary)
Dates 28 and 29 January 2011
Competitors 34 men
28 women
Medalist men
1st, gold medalist(s) Stefan Groothuis  Netherlands
2nd, silver medalist(s) Lee Kyou-hyuk  South Korea
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Mo Tae-bum  South Korea
Medalist women
1st, gold medalist(s) Yu Jing  China
2nd, silver medalist(s) Christine Nesbitt  Canada
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Zhang Hong  China

The 2012 World Sprint Speed Skating Championships were a long track speed skating event held on 28 and 29 January 2012 in Olympic Oval, Calgary, Canada.[1]

Men championships[edit]

Sprint results[edit]

Stefan Groothuis skated a new points record (136.810), the previous record belonged to Jeremy Wotherspoon (137.230 [2003])[2]

Rank Name Nation 500 m (1) 1000 m (1) 500 m (2) 1000 m (2) Total Behind
1st, gold medalist(s) Stefan Groothuis  Netherlands 34.84 1:07.50 34.74 1:06.96 136.810
2nd, silver medalist(s) Lee Kyou-hyuk  South Korea 34.33 1:08.01 34.67 1:07.99 137.000 +0.18
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Mo Tae-bum  South Korea 34.67 1:07.99 34.42 1:07.99 137.080 +0.26
4 Mika Poutala  Finland 34.62 1:08.20 34.38 1:08.34 137.270 +0.45
5 Shani Davis  United States 35.16 1:07.25 35.03 1:07.11 137.360 +0.54
6 Dmitry Lobkov  Russia 34.46 1:08.10 34.71 1:08.40 137.420 +0.60
7 Hein Otterspeer  Netherlands 34.72 1:08.54 34.48 1:08.08 137.510 +0.69
8 Joji Kato  Japan 34.56 1:09.08 34.35 1:08.68 137.790 +0.98
9 Jamie Gregg  Canada 34.69 1:09.13 34.48 1:08.24 137.855 +1.05
10 Muncef Ouardi  Canada 34.54 1:09.06 34.69 1:08.57 138.045 +1.24
11 Aleksey Yesin  Russia 35.26 1:08.51 34.77 1:07.84 138.205 +1.40
12 Artyom Kuznetsov  Russia 34.92 1:09.27 34.63 1:08.77 138.570 +1.76
13 Denny Morrison  Canada 35.25 1:08.05 35.20 1:08.28 138.615 +1.81
14 Artur Waś  Poland 34.89 1:09.21 34.61 1:09.44 138.825 +2.02
15 Yūya Oikawa  Japan 34.85 1:10.07 34.43 1:09.54 139.085 +2.28
16 Sjoerd de Vries  Netherlands 35.53 1:09.45 35.01 1:07.72 139.125 +2.32
17 Haralds Silovs  Latvia 35.56 1:08.31 35.55 1:07.98 139.255 +2.45
18 Pim Schipper  Netherlands 35.72 1:08.87 35.18 1:08.32 139.495 +2.69
19 Samuel Schwarz  Germany 35.65 1:09.02 35.16 1:08.50 139.570 +2.76
20 Espen Aarnes Hvammen  Norway 35.16 1:09.03 35.19 1:09.54 139.635 +2.83
21 Mirko Giacomo Nenzi  Italy 35.63 1:08.80 35.15 1:09.42 139.890 +3.08
22 Denis Kuzin  Kazakhstan 35.80 1:08.65 35.58 1:08.55 139.980 +3.17
23 Ryohei Haga  Japan 35.10 1:10.48 34.84 1:09.69 140.025 +3.22
24 Benjamin Macé  France 36.04 1:08.41 36.35 1:09.12 141.155 +4.35
NQ25 Roman Krech  Kazakhstan 34.91 1:09.05 34.97
NQ26 Daniel Greig  Australia 35.54 1:09.38 34.99
NQ27 Lee Ki-ho  South Korea 35.17 1:10.47 35.04
NQ28 Ermanno Ioratti  Italy 35.26 1:09.97 35.22
NQ29 Håvard Holmefjord Lorentzen  Norway 35.66 1:09.16 35.72
NQ30 Denny Ihle  Germany 35.23 1:10.78 35.43
NQ31 Mitchell Whitmore  United States 35.59 1:10.20 35.78
NQ32 Bram Smallenbroek  Austria 37.09 1:11.02 36.71
NQ33 Marius Paraschivoiu  Romania 35.89 1:11.64 DQ
NQ34 Lee Kang-seok  South Korea 35.11 NS

NQ = Not qualified for the second 1000m (only the best 24 are qualified)
DQ = disqualified

Women championships[edit]

Sprint results[edit]

Rank Name Nation 500 m (1) 1000 m (1) 500 m (2) 1000 m (2) Total Behind
1st, gold medalist(s) Yu Jing  China 37.72 1:14.43 36.94 1:13.47 148.610
2nd, silver medalist(s) Christine Nesbitt  Canada 37.93 1:12.68 37.89 1:12.94 148.630 +0.02
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Zhang Hong  China 37.63 1:14.44 37.87 1:13.95 149.700 +1.09
4 Margot Boer  Netherlands 37.71 1:14.37 37.83 1:14.17 149.810 +1.20
5 Annette Gerritsen  Netherlands 37.67 1:14.67 37.75 1:14.33 149.920 +1.31
6 Heather Richardson  United States 38.07 1:14.49 37.85 1:14.05 150.190 +1.58
7 Wang Beixing  China 37.50 1:15.75 37.32 1:15.07 150.230 +1.62
8 Marrit Leenstra  Netherlands 38.15 1:14.16 38.29 1:13.89 150.465 +1.86
9 Jenny Wolf  Germany 37.35 1:14.95 38.04 1:15.59 150.665 +2.06
10 Thijsje Oenema  Netherlands 38.09 1:14.92 37.88 1:14.67 150.765 +2.16
11 Lee Sang-hwa  South Korea 37.70 1:15.94 37.36 1:15.58 150.820 +2.21
12 Olga Fatkulina  Russia 38.33 1:15.28 38.03 1:14.86 151.430 +2.82
13 Nao Kodaira  Japan 38.07 1:15.24 38.05 1:15.52 151.500 +2.89
14 Judith Hesse  Germany 38.05 1:15.83 37.79 1:17.00 152.255 +3.65
15 Yukana Nishina  Japan 38.12 1:16.03 38.17 1:15.94 152.275 +3.67
16 Yekaterina Aydova  Kazakhstan 38.27 1:16.17 38.15 1:15.80 152.405 +3.80
17 Karolína Erbanová  Czech Republic 38.17 1:16.97 38.11 1:15.40 152.465 +3.86
18 Brittany Bowe  United States 38.67 1:15.50 38.40 1:15.80 152.720 +4.11
19 Miho Takagi  Japan 38.75 1:15.48 38.75 1:15.62 153.050 +4.44
20 Svetlana Kaykan  Russia 38.33 1:17.94 38.04 1:16.60 153.640 +5.03
21 Svetlana Radkevich  Belarus 38.80 1:17.61 38.55 1:16.79 154.550 +5.94
22 Irina Arshinova  Russia 39.07 1:16.47 38.91 1:17.27 154.850 +6.24
23 Kaylin Irvine  Canada 39.09 1:17.26 38.87 1:16.71 154.945 +6.34
24 Kim Hyun-yung  South Korea 38.98 1:17.65 38.44 1:17.45 154.970 +6.36
NQ25 Shannon Rempel  Canada 38.75 1:16.50 38.54
NQ26 Monique Angermüller  Germany 1:10.88 1:15.37 DNS
NQ27 Elina Risku  Finland DQ

NQ = Not qualified for the second 1000m (only the best 24 are qualified)
DQ = disqualified

Rules[edit]

All participating skaters are allowed to skate the two 500 meters and one 1000 meters; 24 skaters may take part on the second 1000 meters. These 24 skaters are determined by the samalog standings after the three skated distances, and comparing these lists as follows:

  1. Skaters among the top 24 on both lists are qualified.
  2. To make up a total of 24, skaters are then added in order of their best rank on either list.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ISU Results Calgary". ISU. 
  2. ^ VK.nl Groothuis verbetert wereldrecord punten