2014–15 ISU Speed Skating World Cup – Men's 1500 metres

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The 1500 meters distance for men in the 2014–15 ISU Speed Skating World Cup was contested over six races on six occasions, out of a total of seven World Cup occasions for the season, with the first occasion taking place in Obihiro, Japan, on 14–16 November 2014, and the final occasion taking place in Erfurt, Germany, on 21–22 March 2015.[1]

The defending champion was Koen Verweij of the Netherlands. Denny Morrison of Canada won the cup. Verweij had to settle for 11th place.

Top three[edit]

Position Athlete Points Previous season
1 Canada Denny Morrison 409 7th
2 Norway Sverre Lunde Pedersen 405 6th
3 Netherlands Kjeld Nuis 381 10th

Race medallists[edit]

WC # Location Date Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time Report
1 Obihiro, Japan 16 November Kjeld Nuis
 Netherlands
1:45.97 Wouter olde Heuvel
 Netherlands
1:46.52 Koen Verweij
 Netherlands
1:46.90 [2]
2 Seoul, South Korea 21 November Sverre Lunde Pedersen
 Norway
1:47.76 Wouter olde Heuvel
 Netherlands
1:48.02 Kjeld Nuis
 Netherlands
1:48.30 [3]
3 Berlin, Germany 7 December Jan Szymański
 Poland
1:46.80 Sverre Lunde Pedersen
 Norway
1:47.13 Thomas Krol
 Netherlands
1:47.14 [4]
4 Heerenveen, Netherlands 14 December Jan Szymański
 Poland
1:45.92 Wouter olde Heuvel
 Netherlands
1:46.22 Shani Davis
 United States
1:46.33 [5]
5 Hamar, Norway 1 February Denis Yuskov
 Russia
1:45.07 Kjeld Nuis
 Netherlands
1:45.80 Denny Morrison
 Canada
1:46.03 [6]
7 Erfurt, Germany 22 March Denny Morrison
 Canada
1:46.15 Sverre Lunde Pedersen
 Norway
1:46.51 Bart Swings
 Belgium
1:46.81 [7]

Standings[edit]

Standings as of 22 March 2015.[8]

# Name Nat. OBI SEO BER HVN HAM ERF Total
1 Morrison, DennyDenny Morrison Canada 60 60 45 24 70 150 409
2 Lunde Pedersen, SverreSverre Lunde Pedersen Norway 28 100 80 32 45 120 405
3 Nuis, KjeldKjeld Nuis Netherlands 100 70 36 50 80 45 381
4 Heuvel, WouterWouter olde Heuvel Netherlands 80 80 80 21 40 301
5 Szymanski, JanJan Szymański Poland 40 21 100 100 32 293
6 Niedzwiedzki, KonradKonrad Niedźwiedzki Poland 45 36 40 45 32 90 288
7 Swings, BartBart Swings Belgium 21 24 60 60 14 106 285
8 Krol, ThomasThomas Krol Netherlands 32 28 70 18 60 76 284
9 Davis, ShaniShani Davis United States 50 45 50 70 40 255
10 Brodka, ZbigniewZbigniew Bródka Poland 16 32 24 36 36 28 172
11 Verweij, KoenKoen Verweij Netherlands 70 50 32 152
12 Li Bailin China 25 18 21 16 28 36 144
13 Yuskov, DenisDenis Yuskov Russia 18 19 100 137
14 Kramer, SvenSven Kramer Netherlands 36 40 40 116
15 Silovs, HaraldsHaralds Silovs Latvia 25 28 50 103
16 Lee Seung-hoon South Korea 19 16 28 21 10 94
17 Lorentzen, Havard HolmefjordHåvard Holmefjord Lorentzen Norway 8 4 15 14 12 24 77
18 Gryaztsov, SergeySergey Gryaztsov Russia 6 15 16 12 18 67
19 Kim Jin-su South Korea 4 25 14 10 53
Mantia, JoeyJoey Mantia United States 4 25 24 53
21 Janssens, AlecAlec Janssens Canada 15 8 8 8 8 47
22 Kozlov, MikhailMikhail Kozlov Russia 18 5 12 5 6 46
23 Kim Min-seok South Korea 11 12 10 8 41
24 Kuzin, DenisDenis Kuzin Kazakhstan 14 10 11 35
25 Suvorov, AlekseyAleksey Suvorov Russia 5 19 6 4 34
26 Sinitsyn, DanilDanil Sinitsyn Russia 8 25 33
27 Bokko, HavardHåvard Bøkko Norway 15 16 31
28 Kulizhnikov, PavelPavel Kulizhnikov Russia 24 6 30
29 Contin, AlexisAlexis Contin France 2 11 15 28
30 Smallenbroek, BramBram Smallenbroek Austria 8 14 1 1 24
31 Swider-Peltz, JeffreyJeffrey Swider-Peltz United States 12 8 20
32 Mace, BenjaminBenjamin Macé France 10 6 4 20
33 Verbij, KaiKai Verbij Netherlands 19 19
Vries, DouweDouwe de Vries Netherlands 19 19
35 Nagy, KonradKonrád Nagy Hungary 6 11 2 19
36 Bloemen, Ted-JanTed-Jan Bloemen Canada 8 2 8 18
37 Schipper, PimPim Schipper Netherlands 11 6 17
38 Gobulev, KirillKirill Gobulev Russia 6 6
Puszkarski, PiotrPiotr Puszkarski Poland 6 6
40 Cieslak, RolandRoland Cieslak Poland 2 2
De Haitre, VincentVincent De Haître Canada 2 2
42 Kim Cheol-min South Korea 1 1
Liu Yiming China 1 1
Spieler Nilsen, SimenSimen Spieler Nilsen Norway 1 1

References[edit]

  1. ^ "International Skating Union – Communication No. 1889" (PDF). International Skating Union. 10 September 2014. Retrieved 10 November 2014. 
  2. ^ "ISU World Cup Obihiro – November 14-16, 2014 – Result 1500m Men Division A – Rankings as of Nov 16 2014 4:08PM". International Skating Union. 16 November 2014. Retrieved 19 November 2014. 
  3. ^ "ISU World Cup Seoul – November 21-23, 2014 – Result 1500m Men Division A – Rankings as of Nov 23 2014 3:56PM". International Skating Union. 23 November 2014. Retrieved 24 November 2014. 
  4. ^ "ISU World Cup Berlin – December 5-7, 2014 – Result 1500m Men Division A – Rankings as of Dec 7 2014 4:36PM". International Skating Union. 7 December 2014. Retrieved 11 December 2014. 
  5. ^ "ISU World Cup Heerenveen – December 12-14, 2014 – Result 1500m Men Division A – Rankings as of Dec 14 2014 3:59PM". International Skating Union. 14 December 2014. Retrieved 30 December 2014. 
  6. ^ "ISU World Cup Hamar – January 31 - February 1, 2015 – Result 1500m Men Division A – Rankings as of Feb 1 2015 3:00PM". International Skating Union. 1 February 2015. Retrieved 5 February 2015. 
  7. ^ "ISU World Cup Erfurt – March 21-22, 2015 – Result 1500m Men Division A – Rankings as of Mar 22 2015 5:31PM". International Skating Union. 22 March 2015. Retrieved 23 March 2015. 
  8. ^ "ISU WorldCup 2014/2015 – World Cup Men 1500m – Rankings 1500m Men – Rankings as of Mar 22 2015 5:42PM". International Skating Union. 22 March 2015. Retrieved 23 March 2015.