ISU Junior World Cup Speed Skating

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The ISU Junior World Cup Speed Skating is a series of international long track speed skating matches, organised yearly by the International Skating Union. It is the second most important competition for juniors, behind the World Junior Speed Skating Championships. The format is comparable to the ISU Speed Skating World Cup, but only junior skaters (up until the season they turn 19) are allowed to enter. Starting in the 2016–17 season, a competition for "neo-seniors" was added.

The first edition was held in the 2008–09 season with competition in five distances for both men (boys) and ladies (girls). The 500, 1000, 1500 and team pursuit were run for both sexes and while the ladies had a competition over 3000 meters, the men had a competition over the combined 3000 and 5000 meters. In the 2011–12 season the mass start event (12 laps for men, 8 laps for ladies) was added and in the 2013–14 season a team sprint event (3 laps) was held for the first time. The results for the team sprint and team pursuit events are combined in the final rankings. Since the 2014–15 season the mass start is held over 10 laps for both men and ladies.

In November 2011 the ISU Junior World Cup Speed Skating was used as part of the qualification process for the speed skating at the 2012 Winter Youth Olympics.

Overall winners[edit]

Ladies[edit]

Season 500 m 1,000 m 1,500 m 3,000 m Mass start Team pursuit Team sprint
2008–09 Russia Olga Fatkulina Netherlands Roxanne van Hemert Netherlands Roxanne van Hemert Netherlands Yvonne Nauta not held yet Netherlands Netherlands not held yet
2009–10 Kazakhstan Yekaterina Aydova Kazakhstan Yekaterina Aydova Netherlands Lotte van Beek Netherlands Irene Schouten Netherlands Netherlands
2010–11 Kazakhstan Yekaterina Aydova Netherlands Lotte van Beek Netherlands Pien Keulstra Netherlands Pien Keulstra Japan Japan
2011–12 Netherlands Letitia de Jong Netherlands Antoinette de Jong Netherlands Pien Keulstra South Korea Park Do-yeong South Korea Park Do-yeong South Korea South Korea
2012–13 Austria Vanessa Bittner Austria Vanessa Bittner Netherlands Reina Anema Netherlands Jade van der Molen Austria Vanessa Bittner Netherlands Netherlands
2013–14 Austria Vanessa Bittner Netherlands Melissa Wijfje Netherlands Melissa Wijfje Netherlands Melissa Wijfje Austria Vanessa Bittner Netherlands Netherlands
2014–15 Russia Darya Kachanova Netherlands Tessa Boogaard Netherlands Melissa Wijfje Netherlands Melissa Wijfje Netherlands Sanneke de Neeling South Korea South Korea
2015–16 Russia Darya Kachanova Japan Rio Yamada China Mei Han South Korea Park Ji-woo Japan Ayano Sato Netherlands Netherlands

Men[edit]

Season 500 m 1,000 m 1,500 m 3,000/5,000 m Mass start Team pursuit Team sprint
2008–09 Italy Jan Daldossi Italy Jan Daldossi Netherlands Pim Cazemier Netherlands Pim Cazemier not held yet Germany Germany not held yet
2009–10 Kazakhstan Aleksey Bondarchuk Kazakhstan Aleksey Bondarchuk Norway Kjetil Stiansen Netherlands Frank Hermans Netherlands Netherlands
2010–11 South Korea Kim Sung-kyu Netherlands Maurice Vriend Netherlands Maurice Vriend Netherlands Frank Hermans Netherlands Netherlands
2011–12 South Korea Kim Woo-jin South Korea Kim Woo-jin Netherlands Thomas Krol Netherlands Thomas Krol Netherlands Kai Verbij South Korea South Korea
2012–13 Kazakhstan Darsil Essamambo Netherlands Kai Verbij China Yang Fan Italy Andrea Giovannini Netherlands Gerben Jorritsma Italy Italy
2013–14 Netherlands Dai Dai Ntab Netherlands Arvin Wijsman Netherlands Patrick Roest Netherlands Patrick Roest Austria Armin Hager Netherlands Netherlands
2014–15 Russia Mikhail Kazelin Netherlands Wesly Dijs Netherlands Patrick Roest Netherlands Patrick Roest Netherlands Patrick Roest South Korea South Korea
2015–16 Russia Viktor Mushtakov Russia Viktor Mushtakov Netherlands Marcel Bosker Netherlands Marcel Bosker Netherlands Marcel Bosker Netherlands Netherlands

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