Karolína Erbanová

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Karolína Erbanová
2013 WSDC Sochi - Karolina Erbanova.JPG
Personal information
Born (1992-10-27) 27 October 1992 (age 24)
Vrchlabí, Czechoslovakia
Height 1.76 m (5 ft 9 in)
Weight 66 kg (146 lb)
Sport
Country Czech Republic
Sport Speed skating
Club NOVIS Team

Karolína Erbanová (born 27 October 1992)[1] is a Czech long track speed skater.

Info[edit]

She used to visit same school class with Eva Samková who is snowboardcross Olympic Games winner. She ran on skies and she also played ice hockey in youth. She was very fast on skates and when she 13 she was recommended to Petr Novák as the prospect. Since 2006 she is member of NOVIS Team.[2] From beginning she was predicted to be a middletrack skater like Ireen Wüst or Anni Friesinger but later when she grow up she specialised on sprints.

In 2008/09 season she won team world cup with Martina Sáblíková and Andrea Jirků. AT Junior World Championships in Zakopane she was skating on distance 3000 m for allround medal but she forgot change lanes and she was disqualified. In next Junior World Championships in Moscow during second 500 m race she fell and lost chance to win medal.

As member of NOVIS team she had to skate same events as leader of the team Martina Sáblíková who is longtrack skater. Just since 2011/12 season she has different schedule as her experienced teammate.

In 2012/13 season she won her first individual senior world cup in Harbin on distance 1000 m.[3]

Statistics[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze
World Single Distance Championships 0 0 1
World Allround Championships 0 0 0
World Allround Championships (small medals) 0 1 1
European Allround Championships 0 0 0
European Allround Championships (small medals) 3 0 0
World Junior Championships 6 2 3
World Cup 1+1 1 0
World Cup Overall 0+1 0 0

Personal records[edit]

As of 29 January 2012[4]
Distance Time Date set Place
500 meters 38.22 12 February 2011 Calgary, Canada
1000 meters 1:15.41 29 January 2012 Calgary, Canada
1500 meters 1:55.80 5 December 2009 Calgary, Canada
3000 meters 4:17.73 12 February 2011 Calgary, Canada
5000 meters 7:36.65 10 January 2010 Hamar, Norway

Speedskating results[edit]

Olympic Games[edit]

Year Place 500 m 1000 m 1500 m 3000 m 5000 m Teams Age
2010 Vancouver 23 12 25 17.2

World Single Distance Championships[edit]

Year Place 500 m 1000 m 1500 m 3000 m 5000 m Teams Age
2009 Richmond 21 7 16.3
2011 Inzell 11 17 18.3
2012 Heerenveen 8 15 14 19.3

World Allround Championships[edit]

Year Place 500 m 1500 m 3000 m 5000 m Allround Age
2010 Heerenveen 3 12 24 17.2
2011 Calgary 2 10 24 18.2

World Sprint Championships[edit]

Year Place 500 m 1000 m Allround Age
2012 Calgary 15 15 22 11 17 19.2

European Allround Championships[edit]

Year Place 500 m 1500 m 3000 m 5000 m Allround Age
2009 Heerenveen 14 12 19 16.1
2010 Hamar 1 5 17 12 9 17.1
2011 Collalbo 1 7 19 12 10 18.1
2012 Budapest 1 16 20 19.1

World Junior Championships[edit]

Year Place 500 m 1000 m 1500 m 3000 m Allround Teams Age
2009 Zakopane 4 4 4 dq 16 16.3
2010 Moscow 2 dnf 3 3 17 3 17.3
2011 Seinäjoki 2 1 1 1 6 1 18.3
2012 Obihiro 3 1 2 1 9 2 19.3

National Championships[edit]

Year Place 500 m 1000 m 1500 m 3000 m 5000 m Allround Age
2008 rybník Černý 3 x x 4 x 4 16.1

World Cup[edit]

Season Place 100 m 500 m 1000 m 1500 m 3000 m 5000 m Teams Age
2008/09 Berlin x 23/B 19/B x 6 16.0
2008/09 Heerenveen x 22/B x 7 16.0
2008/09 Moscow x x x x x
2008/09 Changchun x x x x
2008/09 Nagano x x x x
2008/09 Kolomna x x x x
2008/09 Erfurt x 12/B dnf 13/B x 1 16.2
2008/09 Heerenveen x x x 2/B x x 16.2
2008/09 SL City x x
2008/09 - - np (0p) 36 (19p) np (0p) 1 (235p)
Season Place 500 m 1000 m 1500 m 3000 m 5000 m Teams Age
2009/10 Berlin 7/B 8/B 18/B x x 17.0
2009/10 Heerenveen 14/B 6/B x 10 17.0
2009/10 Hamar x x 11/A x x 17.0
2009/10 Calgary 9/B 1/B 24/B x 17.0
2009/10 SL City 22/B 15/B 7/B 20/A x 17.0
2009/10 Erfurt x x x x
2009/10 Heerenveen x
2009/10 np (0p) 45 (9p) 22 (62p) np (0p) 11 (28p)
Season Place 500 m 1000 m 1500 m 3000 m 5000 m Teams Age
2010/11 Heerenveen 4/B 3/B 4/B 24/A (dq) 17/B x x 18.0
2010/11 Berlin 14/A 21/A 5/B 14/B x 18.0
2010/11 Hamar x x 2/B x 18.0
2010/11 Changchun x x x x
2010/11 Obihiro x x x x
2010/11 Moscow 15/A 14/A 20/A 20/A 11/B x 18.2
2010/11 SL City x x x x
2010/11 Heerenveen x x
2010/11 26 (76p) 36 (24p) 33 (24p) np (0p) -
Season Place 500 m 1000 m 1500 m 3000 m 5000 m MS Teams Age
2011/12 Chelyabinsk 4/B 1/B 2/B 7/B x x 19.0
2011/12 Astana 9/A 10/A 6/A x x 19.0
2011/12 Heerenveen 14/A 6/A 4/A x x 19.0
2011/12 SL City x x x x x
2011/12 Hamar x x 4/B 21/B x x 19.2
2011/12 Heerenveen x x
2011/12 Berlin 13/A 20/A x 19.3
2011/12 17 (180p) 18 (124p) 37 (15p) np (0b) - -
Season Place 500 m 1000 m 1500 m 3000 m 5000 m MS Teams Age
2012/13 Heerenveen 10/A 10/A 7/A x 20.0
2012/13 Kolomna x x 2/B x x 20.0
2012/13 Astana x x 7/A x x 20.0
2012/13 Nagano 9/A 7/A 7/A 6/A x x x x x 20.1
2012/13 Harbin 10/A 12/A 1/A 2/A x x x x 20.1
2012/13 Calgary x x x x x
2012/13 Inzell x x x x
2012/13 Erfurt x
2012/13 Heerenveen x
2012/13 - - - - - -

Legend[edit]

  • did not start = "-"
  • distance was not held = "x"
  • did not finish = "dnf"
  • MS = "mass start"

References[edit]

Records
Preceded by
South Korea Lee Sang-hwa
Girls' sprint combination speed skating world record
29 January 2012 – present
Succeeded by
Current holder
Awards
Preceded by
Tomáš Paprstka
Czech Junior Athlete of the Year
2011, 2012
Succeeded by
Ester Ledecká