Kolomna Speed Skating Center

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Kolomna Speed Skating Center
Kolomna 04-2014 img11 Skating arena.jpg
Outside view
LocationKolomna, Russia
Coordinates55°06′23″N 38°45′06″E / 55.106363°N 38.751701°E / 55.106363; 38.751701Coordinates: 55°06′23″N 38°45′06″E / 55.106363°N 38.751701°E / 55.106363; 38.751701
Capacity6,150
Construction
Opened31 May 2006
Construction cost150 million
Tenants
2008 European Championships
2007–08 ISU World Cup 3
2008–09 ISU World Cup 6
2012–13 ISU World Cup 2

The Kolomna Speed Skating Center (Russian: Коломенский центр конькобежного спорта) is a 6,150-seat indoor speed skating oval in Kolomna, Russia, also known as the Kometa Ice Rink. It opened in May 2006.[1]

It cost 150 million to build the venue. The venue hosted the 2008 European Speed Skating Championships in January 2008 as well as World Cup events in 2007, 2009 and 2013.[2]

It hosted the 2016 World Single Distance Speed Skating Championships on 11–14 February 2016.[3]

Track records[edit]

Men[edit]

Distance Skater Time Date Event
500 m Russia Dmitri Lobkov 34.35 10 February 2014 RussiaCup 2007
1000 m Canada Denny Morrison 1:08.53 24 January 2009 2008–09 World Cup
1500 m Russia Yevgeny Lalenkov 1:45.24 15 February 2008 2008 European
3000 m Russia Ivan Skobrev 3:43.73 16 December 2006 Test competition
5000 m Netherlands Sven Kramer 6:10.62 24 November 2012 2012–13 World Cup
10000 m Netherlands Sven Kramer 12:56.77 11 February 2016 2016 ISU World Single Distances Championship 2016
Team
pursuit
(8 laps)
 Russia 3:52.66 25 December 2009 Russian Championships
Combination Skater Points Date Match
2 x 500 m Russia Dmitri Lobkov 69.480 22–23 March 2007 2007 Russian Championships
Sprint Japan Tadashi Obara 140.840 24–25 January 2009 2008–09 World Cup
Big Netherlands Sven Kramer 147.716 12–13 December 2008 2008 European

Women[edit]

Distance Skater Time Date Event
500 m Germany Jenny Wolf 37.51 24 January 2009 2008–09 World Cup
1000 m Netherlands Margot Boer 1:15.79 24 January 2009 2008–09 World Cup
1500 m Netherlands Marrit Leenstra 1:55.03 24 November 2012 2012–13 World Cup
3000 m Czech Republic Martina Sáblíková 4:01.67 12 January 2008 2008 European
5000 m Czech Republic Martina Sáblíková 6:53.42 13 January 2008 2008 European
Team
pursuit
(6 laps)
 Russia 2:58.05 20 March 2008 2007 Russian Championships
Combination Skater Points Date Match
2 x 500 m Russia Svetlana Kaykan 76.500 22–23 March 2007 2007 Russian Championships
Sprint China Yu Jing 152.575 24–25 January 2009 2008–09 World Cup
Small Netherlands Ireen Wüst 160.553 12–13 January 2008 2008 European

Source: www.speedskatingnews.info[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Speed Skating Centre "Kolomna"". www.prosv.ru. Publishing House "Enlightenment".
  2. ^ "Season 2012 – 2013". ISU. Retrieved 7 November 2012.
  3. ^ "World Single Distances Speed Skating Championships". www.isu.org. International Skating Union (ISU).
  4. ^ "Rink card". SpeedSkatingnews. Retrieved 18 January 2016.

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