2017–18 ISU Speed Skating World Cup

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ISU Speed Skating World Cup
Dates 10 November 2017 – 18 March 2018

The 2017–18 ISU Speed Skating World Cup, officially the ISU World Cup Speed Skating 2017–2018, was a series of international speed skating competitions that ran the entire season.[1]Compared to previous seasons, there were fewer competition weekends; the season was restricted due to the 2018 Winter Olympics, which were arranged in Pyeongchang, South Korea, during February 2018.[2][3]

Calendar[edit]

The detailed schedule for the season.[1]

WC # City Venue Date 500 m 1000 m 1500 m 3000 m 5000 m 10000 m Mass start Team pursuit Team sprint
1 Heerenveen Thialf 10–12 November 2m, 2w m, w m, w w m m, w m, w m, w
2 Stavanger Sørmarka Arena 17–19 November 2m, 2w m, w m, w w m m, w
3 Calgary Olympic Oval 1–3 December 2m, 2w m, w m, w w m m, w m, w
4 Salt Lake City Utah Olympic Oval 8–10 December 2m, 2w m, w m, w w m m, w m, w m, w
Kolomna Kolomna Speed Skating Center 5–7 January 2018 European Speed Skating Championships
5 Erfurt Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann Halle 19–21 January 2m, 2w 2m, 2w m, w w m
PyeongChang Gangneung Oval 2–25 February 2018 Winter Olympic games
Changchun Jilin Provincial Speed Skating Rink 3–4 March 2018 World Sprint Speed Skating Championships
Amsterdam Olympic Stadium 9–10 March 2018 World Allround Speed Skating Championships
6 Minsk Minsk-Arena 17–18 March 2m, 2w m, w m, w w m m, w m, w m, w
Total 12m, 12w 7m, 7w 6m, 6w 5w 5m, 1w 1m 5m, 5w 4m, 4w 4m, 4w
Note: the men's 5000 and 10000 metres were contested as one cup, and the women's 3000 and 5000 metres were contested as one cup, as indicated by the color coding.[1]

In addition, there were two combination cups, the allround combination and the sprint combination. For the allround combination, the distances were 1500 + 5000 metres for men, and 1500 + 3000 metres for women. For the sprint combination, the distances were 500 + 1000 metres, both for men and women. These cups were contested only in World Cup 5, in Stavanger, Norway.

Men's standings[edit]

Women's standings[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "International Skating Union – Communication No. 1958" (PDF). International Skating Union. 3 August 2015. Retrieved 14 October 2015.
  2. ^ "Essent ISU World Cup Speed Skating 2013/14" (PDF). International Skating Union. 2 October 2013. Retrieved 2 October 2013.[dead link]
  3. ^ "About the World Cups Long Track". speedskating.ca. Archived from the original on 2013-09-21. Retrieved 7 October 2013.

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