2016 World Junior Speed Skating Championships

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2016 World Junior Speed Skating Championships
VenueJilin Provincial Speed Skating Rink, Changchun, China
Dates11–13 March
2015
2017

The 2016 World Junior Speed Skating Championships took place from 11 to 13 March 2016 in Changchun, China. They were the 45th World Junior Speed Skating Championships.

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Overall  Benjamin Donnelly (CAN) 147.715  Kim Min-seok (KOR) +0.478  Marcel Bosker (NED) +2.313
500 m  Ignat Golovatyuk (BLR) 35.72  Christopher Fiola (CAN) +0.25  Yang Tao (CHN) +0.31
1000 m  Benjamin Donnelly (CAN) 1:10.85  Kim Min-seok (KOR) +0.13  Marten Liiv (EST) +0.30
1500 m  Kim Min-seok (KOR) 1:48.46  Benjamin Donnelly (CAN) +0.10  Marcel Bosker (NED) +1.82
5000 m  Benjamin Donnelly (CAN) 6:33.84  Kim Min-seok (KOR) +1.36  Chris Huizinga (NED) +2.16
Mass start  Kim Min-seok (KOR) 30  Christopher Fiola (CAN) 20  Benjamin Donnelly (CAN) 10
Team Pursuit  South Korea
Kim Min-seok
Oh Hyun-min
Park Ki-woong
3:54.47  Canada
Benjamin Donnelly
Christopher Fiola
Tyson Langelaar
+3.82  China
Kahanbai Alemasi
Wu Yu
Zhang Chuan
+4.64
Team Sprint  Russia
Alexander Tkatch
Viktor Mushtakov
Mikhail Kazelin
1:23.09  China
Gao Tingyu
Yang Tao
Alemasi Kahanbai
+1.75  Belarus
Stanislav Ignatsenko
Yevgeny Bolgov
Ignat Golovatyuk
+1.91

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Overall  Elizaveta Kazelina (RUS) 161.816  Mei Han (CHN) +2.115  Park Jee-woo (KOR) +2.388
500 m  Daria Kachanova (RUS) 39.09  Kim Min-jo (KOR) +0.46  Elizaveta Kazelina (RUS) +0.70
1000 m  Elizaveta Kazelina (RUS) 1:18.30  Daria Kachanova (RUS) +0.95  Mei Han (CHN) +1.25
1500 m  Elizaveta Kazelina (RUS) 2:00.68  Esther Kiel (NED) +1.56  Béatrice Lamarche (CAN) +1.80
3000 m  Elizaveta Kazelina (RUS) 4:15.90  Park Ji-woo (KOR) +0.64  Esther Kiel (NED) +0.67
Mass start  Ayano Sato (JPN) 30  Esther Kiel (NED) 20  Béatrice Lamarche (CAN) 10
Team Pursuit  Netherlands
Loes Adegeest
Esther Kiel
Femke Markus
3:10.83  South Korea
Park Cho-won
Park Ji-woo
Um Chae-lin
+1.55  Japan
Moe Kitahara
Ayano Sato
Rio Yamada
+2.46
Team Sprint  Russia
Vladlena Rogatkina
Daria Kachanova
Elizaveta Kazelina
1:31.00  Japan
Miku Asano
Rio Yamada
Ayano Sato
+0.45  Poland
Andzelika Wojcik
Kaja Ziomek
Karolina Bosiek
+2.08

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