2016 European Short Track Speed Skating Championships

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2016 European Short Track Speed Skating Championships
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VenueIceberg Skating Palace, Sochi, Russia
Dates23-24 January 2016
Competitors130 from 25 nations
2015
2017

The 2016 European Short Track Speed Skating Championships took place between 22 and 24 January 2016 in Sochi, Russia.

Medal summary[edit]

Medal table[edit]

Place Country Med 1.png Med 2.png Med 3.png Total
1  Great Britain 5 1 1 7
2  Netherlands 3 3 3 9
3  Russia 3 3 2 8
4  France 1 1 3 5
5  Hungary 0 4 0 4
6  Germany 0 0 1 1
 Italy 0 0 1 1
 Poland 0 0 1 1
Total 12 12 12 36

Men's events[edit]

The results of the Championships:[1]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
500 metres  Sjinkie Knegt (NED) 41.920  Semen Elistratov (RUS) 42.005  Dmitry Migunov (RUS) 42.645
1000 metres  Semen Elistratov (RUS) 1:33.000  Sándor Liu Shaolin (HUN) 1:33.060  Dmitry Migunov (RUS) 1:33.067
1500 metres  Semen Elistratov (RUS) 2:24.034  Sándor Liu Shaolin (HUN) 2:24.463  Freek van der Wart (NED) 2:24.601
3000 metres super final  Vincent Jeanne (FRA) 4:58.018  Sébastien Lepape (FRA) 4:58.519  Bartosz Konopko (POL) 5:03.078
5000 metre relay  Netherlands 7:12.495  Hungary 7:12.634  Great Britain 7:17.390
Overall Classification  Semen Elistratov (RUS) 91 pts.  Sándor Liu Shaolin (HUN) 50 pts.  Vincent Jeanne (FRA) 44 pts.

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
500 metres  Elise Christie (GBR) 43.923  Lara van Ruijven (NED) 45.106  Veronique Pierron (FRA) 45.492
1000 metres  Elise Christie (GBR) 1:33.285  Suzanne Schulting (NED) 1:33.347  Anna Seidel (GER) 1:33.440
1500 metres  Elise Christie (GBR) 2:39.510  Jorien ter Mors (NED) 2:39.591  Suzanne Schulting (NED) 2:39.662
3000 metres super final  Charlotte Gilmartin (GBR) 5:40.163  Ekaterina Konstantinova (RUS) 5:40.564  Lara van Ruijven (FRA) 5:40.626
3000 metre relay  Netherlands 4:12.556  Russia 4:14.949  Italy 4:15.219
Overall Classification  Elise Christie (GBR) 112 pts.  Charlotte Gilmartin (GBR) 47 pts.  Suzanne Schulting (NED) 42 pts.

Participating nations[edit]

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