2018 World Short Track Speed Skating Championships

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2018 World Short Track Speed Skating Championships
VenueMaurice Richard Arena, Montreal, Canada
Dates16–18 March
Competitors92 from 37 nations
Medalist men
1st, gold medalist(s) Charles Hamelin  Canada
2nd, silver medalist(s) Shaolin Sándor Liu  Hungary
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Hwang Dae-heon  South Korea
Medalist women
1st, gold medalist(s) Choi Min-jeong  South Korea
2nd, silver medalist(s) Shim Suk-hee  South Korea
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Li Jinyu  China
2017
2019

The 2018 World Short Track Speed Skating Championships were the 43rd World Short Track Speed Skating Championships and held from 16 to 18 March 2018 in Montreal, Canada.[1]

Medal summary[edit]

Medal table[edit]

  The host country is highlighted in blue.
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 South Korea (KOR)84214
2 Canada (CAN)*3126
3 Hungary (HUN)1102
4 China (CHN)0336
5 Russia (RUS)0134
6 Netherlands (NED)0112
7 Poland (POL)0101
8 Japan (JPN)0011
Totals (8 nations)12121236

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Overall[2] Charles Hamelin
 Canada
81 Shaolin Sándor Liu
 Hungary
45 Hwang Dae-heon
 South Korea
44
500 m[3] Hwang Dae-heon
 South Korea
40.742 Ren Ziwei
 China
40.805 Semion Elistratov
 Russia
40.827
1000 m[4] Charles Hamelin
 Canada
1:22.249 Lim Hyo-jun
 South Korea
1:22.283 Sjinkie Knegt
 Netherlands
1:22.413
1500 m[5] Charles Hamelin
 Canada
2:12.982 Lim Hyo-jun
 South Korea
2:13.157 Semion Elistratov
 Russia
2:13.312
3000 m[6] Shaolin Sándor Liu
 Hungary
4:56.515 Xu Hongzhi
 China
4:56.548 Semen Elistratov
 Russia
5:04.633
5000 m relay[7]  South Korea
Hwang Dae-heon
Kim Do-kyoum
Kwak Yoon-gy
Lim Hyo-jun
Seo Yi-ra
6:44.267  Canada
Charle Cournoyer
Pascal Dion
Samuel Girard
Charles Hamelin
6:44.434  Japan
Ryosuke Sakazume
Kazuki Yoshinaga
Keita Watanabe
Hiroki Yokoyama
6:44.587

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Overall[8] Choi Min-jeong
 South Korea
110 Shim Suk-hee
 South Korea
63 Li Jinyu
 China
39
500 m[9] Choi Min-jeong
 South Korea
42.845 Natalia Maliszewska
 Poland
43.441 Qu Chunyu
 China
43.527
1000 m[10] Shim Suk-hee
 South Korea
1:29.316 Sofia Prosvirnova
 Russia
1:29.352 Li Jinyu
 China
1:29.580
1500 m[11] Choi Min-jeong
 South Korea
2:23.351 Shim Suk-hee
 South Korea
2:23.468 Kim Boutin
 Canada
2:23.592
3000 m[12] Choi Min-jeong
 South Korea
4:58.939 Li Jinyu
 China
4:58.950 Kim A-lang
 South Korea
4:58.986
3000 m relay[13]  South Korea
Choi Min-jeong
Kim A-lang
Kim Ye-jin
Lee Yu-bin
Shim Suk-hee
4:07.569  Netherlands
Suzanne Schulting
Yara van Kerkhof
Lara van Ruijven
Rianne de Vries
4:09.054  Canada
Kim Boutin
Kasandra Bradette
Jamie Macdonald
Valérie Maltais
Marianne St-Gelais
4:09.198

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