2017–18 ISU Short Track Speed Skating World Cup

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2017–18 ISU Short Track Speed Skating World Cup
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Dates 28 September 2017 – 19 November 2017

The 2017–18 ISU Short Track Speed Skating World Cup was a multi-race tournament over a season for short track speed skating. The season began on 28 September 2017 in Hungary and ended on 19 November 2017. The World Cup was organised by the ISU who also ran world cups and championships in speed skating and figure skating.

The World Cup consisted of just four competitions this year (rather than six) due to the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.

Calendar[edit]

Men[edit]

Hungary Budapest 28 September–1 October 2017[edit]

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
30 September 2017 SYMA Sports and Conference Centre 500m Hungary Sándor Liu Shaolin South Korea Lim Hyo-jun South Korea Hwang Dae-heon [1]
1 October 2017 SYMA Sports and Conference Centre 1000m South Korea Lim Hyo-jun South Korea Hwang Dae-heon China Han Tianyu [2]
30 September 2017 SYMA Sports and Conference Centre 1500m South Korea Lim Hyo-jun South Korea Hwang Dae-heon Netherlands Sjinkie Knegt [3]
1 October 2017 SYMA Sports and Conference Centre 5000m relay Canada Canada China China Japan Japan [4]

Netherlands Dordrecht 5–8 October 2017[edit]

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
7 October 2017 Sportboulevard Dordrecht 500m Canada Samuel Girard Netherlands Sjinkie Knegt South Korea Hwang Dae-heon [5]
8 October 2017 Sportboulevard Dordrecht 1000m Netherlands Sjinkie Knegt Canada Samuel Girard South Korea Seo Yi-ra [6]
7 October 2017 Sportboulevard Dordrecht 1500m South Korea Hwang Dae-heon Hungary Shaoang Liu Canada Charles Hamelin [7]
8 October 2017 Sportboulevard Dordrecht 5000m relay Canada Canada Netherlands Netherlands China China [8]

China Shanghai 9–12 November 2017[edit]

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
11 November 2017 Oriental Sports Center 500m China Wu Dajing South Korea Seo Yi-ra South Korea Kim Do-kyoum [9]
12 November 2017 Oriental Sports Center 1000m China Wu Dajing Hungary Sándor Liu Shaolin Hungary Liu Shaoang [10]
11 November 2017 Oriental Sports Center 1500m South Korea Hwang Dae-heon Netherlands Sjinkie Knegt South Korea Kim Do-kyoum [11]
12 November 2017 Oriental Sports Center 5000m relay United States United States South Korea South Korea Canada Canada [12]

South Korea Seoul 16–19 November 2017[edit]

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
18 November 2017 Mokdong Ice Rink 500m China Wu Dajing Hungary Sándor Liu Shaolin Hungary Liu Shaoang [13]
19 November 2017 Mokdong Ice Rink 1000m Hungary Sándor Liu Shaolin South Korea Hwang Dae-heon Canada Samuel Girard [14]
18 November 2017 Mokdong Ice Rink 1500m Canada Charles Hamelin South Korea Hwang Dae-heon United States J. R. Celski [15]
19 November 2017 Mokdong Ice Rink 5000m relay South Korea South Korea Netherlands Netherlands United States United States [16]

Women[edit]

Hungary Budapest 28 September–1 October 2017[edit]

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
30 September 2017 SYMA Sports and Conference Centre 500m South Korea Choi Min-jeong Italy Arianna Fontana South Korea Shim Suk-hee [17]
1 October 2017 SYMA Sports and Conference Centre 1000m South Korea Choi Min-jeong Canada Kim Boutin United Kingdom Elise Christie [18]
30 September 2017 SYMA Sports and Conference Centre 1500m South Korea Choi Min-jeong Canada Kim Boutin Australia Deanna Lockett [19]
1 October 2017 SYMA Sports and Conference Centre 3000m relay South Korea South Korea Canada Canada Russia Russia [20]

Netherlands Dordrecht 5–8 October 2017[edit]

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
7 October 2017 Sportboulevard Dordrecht 500m Canada Marianne St-Gelais Canada Kim Boutin Italy Martina Valcepina [21]
8 October 2017 Sportboulevard Dordrecht 1000m South Korea Shim Suk-hee Netherlands Suzanne Schulting South Korea Lee Yu-bin [22]
7 October 2017 Sportboulevard Dordrecht 1500m South Korea Choi Min-jeong Canada Valérie Maltais South Korea Shim Suk-hee [23]
8 October 2017 Sportboulevard Dordrecht 3000m relay China China South Korea South Korea Canada Canada [24]

China Shanghai 9–12 November 2017[edit]

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
11 November 2017
11 December 2016
Oriental Sports Center 500m Canada Kim Boutin Italy Arianna Fontana Russia Sofia Prosvirnova [25]
12 November 2017 Oriental Sports Center 1000m Canada Kim Boutin Canada Marianne St-Gelais Italy Arianna Fontana [26]
11 November 2017 Oriental Sports Center 1500m South Korea Shim Suk-hee South Korea Choi Min-jeong Canada Marianne St-Gelais [27]
12 November 2017 Oriental Sports Center 3000m relay South Korea South Korea China China Italy Italy [28]

South Korea Seoul 16–19 November 2017[edit]

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
18 November 2017 Mokdong Ice Rink 500m United Kingdom Elise Christie South Korea Choi Min-jeong Italy Martina Valcepina [29]
19 November 2017 Mokdong Ice Rink 1000m South Korea Choi Min-jeong Canada Kim Boutin Netherlands Yara Van Kerkhof [30]
18 November 2017 Mokdong Ice Rink 1500m South Korea Choi Min-jeong South Korea Shim Suk-hee Canada Kim Boutin [31]
19 November 2017 Mokdong Ice Rink 3000m relay Netherlands Netherlands Russia Russia South Korea South Korea [32]

World Cup standings[edit]

Men's 500 metres[edit]

Standings after 4 events

Pos Athlete Points
1.  Wu Dajing (CHN) 25120
2.  Sándor Liu Shaolin (HUN) 22096
3.  Samuel Girard (CAN) 16717
4.  Hwang Dae-heon (KOR) 14897
5.  Shaoang Liu (HUN) 11700

Women's 500 metres[edit]

Standings after 4 events

Pos Athlete Points
1.  Marianne St-Gelais (CAN) 20240
2.  Choi Min-jeong (KOR) 20097
3.  Arianna Fontana (ITA) 18621
4.  Kim Boutin (CAN) 18000
5.  Martina Valcepina (ITA) 17920

Men's 1000 metres[edit]

Standings after 4 events

Pos Athlete Points
1.  Sándor Liu Shaolin (HUN) 19342
2.  Wu Dajing (CHN) 18621
3.  Hwang Dae-heon (KOR) 18397
4.  Sjinkie Knegt (NED) 15438
5.  Samuel Girard (CAN) 14681

Women's 1000 metres[edit]

Standings after 4 events

Pos Athlete Points
1.  Kim Boutin (CAN) 26000
2.  Choi Min-jeong (KOR) 20000
3.  Shim Suk-hee (KOR) 16462
4.  Suzanne Schulting (NED) 14193
5.  Yara Van Kerkhof (NED) 14141

Men's 1500 metres[edit]

Standings after 4 events

Pos Athlete Points
1.  Hwang Dae-heon (KOR) 28000
2.  Sjinkie Knegt (NED) 18496
3.  Charles Hamelin (CAN) 16580
4.  Lim Hyo Jun (KOR) 12621
5.  Shaoang Liu (HUN) 11674

Women's 1500 metres[edit]

Standings after 4 events

Pos Athlete Points
1.  Choi Min-jeong (KOR) 30000
2.  Shim Suk-hee (KOR) 24400
3.  Kim Boutin (CAN) 18496
4.  Valérie Maltais (CAN) 17216
5.  Marianne St-Gelais (CAN) 11520

Men's 5000 metre relay[edit]

Standings after 4 events

Pos Athlete Points
1  Canada 26400
2  South Korea 23120
3  United States 19677
4  China 19520
5  Netherlands 17678

Women's 3000 metre relay[edit]

Standings after 4 events

Pos Athlete Points
1  South Korea 28000
2  China 23120
3  Canada 19520
4  Russia 18496
5  Netherlands 17741

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