Short track speed skating at the 2010 Winter Olympics – Women's 1500 metres

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Women's 1500 metres
at the XXI Olympic Winter Games
Short track speed skating pictogram.svg
Pictogram for short track
Venue Pacific Coliseum
Date February 20
Competitors 36 from 18 nations
Winning time 2:16.993
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Zhou Yang  China
2nd, silver medalist(s) Lee Eun-byul  South Korea
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Park Seung-hi  South Korea
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Short track speed skating at the 2010 Winter Olympics
Short track speed skating pictogram.svg
500 m   men   women
1000 m men women
1500 m men women
3000 m relay women
5000 m relay men

The women's 1500 metres in short track speed skating at the 2010 Winter Olympics was held on 20 February at the Pacific Coliseum.

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

Rank Heat Name Country Time Notes
1 1 Sun Linlin  China 2:24.031 Q
2 1 Tania Vicent  Canada 2:24.100 Q
3 1 Nina Yevteyeva  Russia 2:24.277 Q
4 1 Kimberly Derrick  United States 2:24.375
5 1 Veronika Windisch  Austria 2:24.440
6 1 Patrycja Maliszewska  Poland 2:25.586
1 2 Park Seung-hi  South Korea 2:24.129 Q
2 2 Zhou Yang  China 2:24.246 Q
3 2 Kateřina Novotná  Czech Republic 2:24.504 Q
4 2 Stéphanie Bouvier  France 2:24.966
5 2 Valeriya Potemkina  Russia 2:28.405
6 2 Han Yueshuang  Hong Kong 2:35.742
1 3 Wang Meng  China 2:29.199 Q
2 3 Katherine Reutter  United States 2:29.316 Q
3 3 Valérie Maltais  Canada 2:30.321 Q
4 3 Bernadett Heidum  Hungary 2:30.332
5 3 Biba Sakurai  Japan 2:30.458
6 3 Katia Zini  Italy 2:30.606
1 4 Cho Ha-ri  South Korea 2:22.928 Q
2 4 Kalyna Roberge  Canada 2:23.619 Q
3 4 Evgenia Radanova  Bulgaria 2:23.698 Q
4 4 Elise Christie  Great Britain 2:23.898
5 4 Cecilia Maffei  Italy 2:24.931
6 4 Olga Belyakova  Russia 2:26.762
1 5 Arianna Fontana  Italy 2:27.120 Q
2 5 Tatiana Borodulina  Australia 2:27.408 Q
3 5 Erika Huszar  Hungary 2:27.487 Q
4 5 Katalin Kristo  Romania 2:36.022
5 Paula Bzura  Poland DSQ
5 Mika Ozawa  Japan DSQ
1 6 Lee Eun-byul  South Korea 2:27.286 Q
2 6 Hiroko Sadakane  Japan 2:28.046 Q
3 6 Marina Georgieva-Nikolova  Bulgaria 2:28.732 Q
4 6 Allison Baver  United States 2:44.915 ADV
6 Aika Klein  Germany DSQ
6 Rozsa Darazs  Hungary DSQ

Semifinals[edit]

Rank Heat Name Country Time Notes
1 1 Lee Eun-byul  South Korea 2:24.318 QA
2 1 Tania Vicent  Canada 2:24.742 QA
3 1 Sun Linlin  China 2:24.777 QB
4 1 Hiroko Sadakane  Japan 2:24.901 QB
5 1 Allison Baver  United States 2:45.053
6 1 Nina Yevteyeva  Russia 2:25.414
7 1 Marina Georgieva-Nikolova  Bulgaria 2:25.604
1 2 Erika Huszar  Hungary 2:24.192 QA
2 2 Evgenia Radanova  Bulgaria 2:24.376 QA
3 2 Cho Ha-ri  South Korea 2:35.492 ADV
4 2 Katherine Reutter  United States 2:37.060 ADV
5 2 Kalyna Roberge  Canada 2:47.998
2 Wang Meng  China DSQ
1 3 Park Seung-hi  South Korea 2:20.859 QA, OR
2 3 Zhou Yang  China 2:21.049 QA
3 3 Arianna Fontana  Italy 2:21.522 QB
4 3 Tatiana Borodulina  Australia 2:21.617 QB
5 3 Valérie Maltais  Canada 2:23.722
3 Kateřina Novotná  Czech Republic DSQ

Finals[edit]

Final B (Classification round)[edit]

Rank Name Country Time Notes
9 Arianna Fontana  Italy 2:42.801
10 Sun Linlin  China 2:42.960
11 Tatiana Borodulina  Australia 2:43.051
12 Hiroko Sadakane  Japan 2:43.135

Final A (Medal round)[edit]

Rank Name Country Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Zhou Yang  China 2:16.993 OR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Lee Eun-byul  South Korea 2:17.849
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Park Seung-hi  South Korea 2:17.927
4 Katherine Reutter  United States 2:18.396
5 Cho Ha-ri  South Korea 2:18.831
6 Erika Huszár  Hungary 2:19.251
7 Evgenia Radanova  Bulgaria 2:19.411
8 Tania Vicent  Canada 2:23.035

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