2013 World Sprint Speed Skating Championships

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2013 World Sprint Speed Skating Championships
Utah Olympic Oval.jpg
Utah Olympic Oval (Salt Lake City)
Venue Utah Olympic Oval (Salt Lake City)
Dates January 26–27, 2013
Medalists men
Gold medal    Netherlands
Silver medal    Finland
Bronze medal    Netherlands
Medalists women
Gold medal    United States
Silver medal    China
Bronze medal    South Korea
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The 2013 World Sprint Speed Skating Championships is a long track speed skating event that was held in January 26–27, 2013, in the Utah Olympic Oval, in Salt Lake City, United States.

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.

Men championships[edit]

Sprint results[edit]

[1]

Rank Name Nation 500 m (1) 1000 m (1) 500 m (2) 1000 m (2) Total Behind
1st Michel Mulder  Netherlands 34.47 1:07.49 34.75 1:07.65 136.790
2nd Pekka Koskela  Finland 34.44 1:07.92 34.63 1:07.97 137.015 +0.23
3rd Hein Otterspeer  Netherlands 34.79 1:07.46 34.81 1:07.43 137.045 +0.26
4 Jamie Gregg  Canada 34.43 1:08.41 34.50 1:07.85 137.060 +0.27
5 Mo Tae-bum  South Korea 34.60 1:08.27 34.72 1:07.91 137.410 +0.62
6 Lee Kyou-hyuk  South Korea 34.70 1:07.87 34.73 1:08.23 137.480 +0.69
7 Mika Poutala  Finland 34.62 1:08.53 34.54 1:08.28 137.575 +0.79
8 Dmitry Lobkov  Russia 34.62 1:08.25 34.60 1:08.55 137.620 +0.83
9 Aleksey Yesin  Russia 35.10 1:08.12 34.75 1:08.02 137.920 +1.13
10 Nico Ihle  Germany 34.87 1:08.63 34.64 1:08.24 137.945 +1.16
11 Samuel Schwarz  Germany 35.19 1:07.86 34.93 1:08.13 138.115 +1.33
12 Mitchell Whitmore  United States 34.76 1:08.45 34.63 1:09.04 138.135 +1.35
13 Laurent Dubreuil  Canada 34.71 1:08.63 34.83 1:08.64 138.175 +1.39
14 Gilmore Junio  Canada 34.58 1:08.42 34.53 1:09.75 138.195 +1.41
15 Tyler Derraugh  Canada 35.06 1:08.15 35.01 1:08.15 138.220 +1.43
16 Denis Koval  Russia 34.60 1:09.25 34.56 1:09.29 138.430 +1.64
17 Stefan Groothuis  Netherlands 34.82 1:07.80 35.28 1:08.91 138.455 +1.67
18 Haralds Silovs  Latvia 35.60 1:07.47 35.32 1:07.72 138.515 +1.73
19 Mirko Giacomo Nenzi  Italy 35.04 1:08.67 34.99 1:08.55 138.640 +1.85
20 Ryohei Haga  Japan 34.43 1:08.88 34.62 1:10.33 138.655 +1.87
21 Keiichiro Nagashima  Japan 34.59 1:08.99 34.70 1:09.86 138.715 +1.93
22 Joji Kato  Japan 34.21 1:11.29 34.29 1:10.16 139.225 +2.44
23 Artur Waś  Poland 34.78 1:09.80 34.61 1:10.39 139.485 +2.70
24 Benjamin Macé  France 35.87 1:08.28 35.59 1:08.13 139.665 +2.88
NQ25 Espen Aarnes Hvammen  Norway 35.04 1:08.90 34.73
NQ26 Daniel Greig  Australia 34.64 1:09.12 35.13
NQ27 Jonathan Garcia  United States 35.37 1:08.94 35.56
NQ28 Fyodor Mezentsev  Kazakhstan 35.49 1:09.26 35.50
NQ29 Christoffer Fagerli Rukke  Norway 35.83 1:09.09 35.44
NQ30 Kim Yeong-Ho  South Korea 35.50 1:09.50 35.63
NQ31 Sergey Chadayev  Russia 35.54 1:10.82 35.13
NQ32 Aleksandr Zhigin  Kazakhstan 35.94 1:09.72 35.76
NQ33 Ermanno Ioriatti  Italy 35.58 1:11.69 35.59
NQ34 Marius Paraschivoiu  Romania 37.53 1:15.61 37.10
NQ35 Bram Smallenbroek  Austria 37.04 1:11.22
NQ36 Mark Tuitert  Netherlands DNF DNF

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

Women championships[edit]

Sprint results[edit]

[2]

Rank Name Nation 500 m (1) 1000 m (1) 500 m (2) 1000 m (2) Total Behind
1st Heather Richardson  United States 37.31 1:13.74 37.24 1:13.19 148.015
2nd Yu Jing  China 37.21 1:13.93 37.28 1:13.65 148.280 +0.27
3rd Lee Sang-hwa  South Korea 37.28 1:14.39 36.99 1:14.19 148.560 +0.55
4 Thijsje Oenema  Netherlands 37.38 1:14.22 37.06 1:14.23 148.665 +0.65
5 Christine Nesbitt  Canada 38.02 1:12.91 37.83 1:13.28 148.945 +0.93
6 Zhang Hong  China 38.09 1:13.93 37.69 1:13.64 149.565 +1.55
7 Margot Boer  Netherlands 37.64 1:14.25 37.82 1:14.17 149.670 +1.66
8 Brittany Bowe  United States 38.03 1:13.68 37.90 1:13.83 149.685 +1.67
9 Olga Fatkulina  Russia 37.71 1:13.92 37.93 1:14.20 149.700 +1.69
10 Wang Beixing  China 37.51 1:14.80 37.23 1:15.12 149.700 +1.69
11 Marrit Leenstra  Netherlands 38.24 1:14.36 38.02 1:13.88 150.380 +2.37
12 Yekaterina Lobysheva  Russia 37.89 1:14.38 37.98 1:14.85 150.485 +2.47
13 Miyako Sumiyoshi  Japan 38.00 1:15.72 37.49 1:14.66 150.680 +2.67
14 Laurine van Riessen  Netherlands 38.16 1:15.44 37.98 1:15.10 151.410 +3.40
15 Judith Hesse  Germany 38.24 1:15.38 37.83 1:15.50 151.510 +3.50
16 Yekaterina Aydova  Kazakhstan 38.23 1:14.95 38.05 1:15.53 151.520 +3.51
17 Anastasia Bucsis  Canada 38.07 1:15.58 37.91 1:16.09 151.815 +3.80
18 Maki Tsuji  Japan 38.09 1:17.13 37.92 1:17.55 153.350 +5.34
19 Svetlana Radkevich  Belarus 38.59 1:17.11 38.47 1:16.61 153.920 +5.91
20 Jennifer Plate  Germany 38.19 1:17.15 38.34 1:17.72 153.965 +5.95
21 Yuliya Liteykina  Russia 38.64 1:17.51 38.40 1:17.37 154.480 +6.47
22 Nao Kodaira  Japan 37.57 1:14.85 37.54 1:53.32 169.195 +21.18
23 Jenny Wolf  Germany 37.53 1:16.68 37.28 2:06.93 176.615 +28.60
DQ24 Karolína Erbanová  Czech Republic 38.11 1:13.84 37.67 DQ
NQ25 Sugar Todd  United States 38.68 1:17.39 38.46
NQ26 Kim Hyun-yung  South Korea 39.04 1:17.34 38.38
NQ27 Yvonne Daldossi  Italy 38.74 1:17.92 38.69
NQ28 Qi Shuai  China 39.04 1:17.50 38.83
NQ29 Vanessa Bittner  Austria 39.40 1:18.93 39.51
NQ30 Elina Risku  Finland 39.59 1:19.05 39.35
NQ31 Hanne Haugland  Norway 40.03 1:19.48 39.75
NQ32 Ágota Tóth-Lykovcán  Hungary 40.31 1:19.54 39.67
NQ33 Johanna Östlund  Sweden 40.68 1:19.75 40.28

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

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