Short track speed skating at the 2014 Winter Olympics – Women's 1500 metres

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Women's 1500 metres
at the XXII Olympic Winter Games
Korea Shim Sukhee Sochi ST1500m 09.jpg
Podium
Venue Iceberg Skating Palace
Sochi, Russia
Dates 15 February (qualifying heats, semifinal, and final)
Competitors 36 from 19 nations
Winning time 2:19.140
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Zhou Yang  China
2nd, silver medalist(s) Shim Suk-hee  South Korea
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Arianna Fontana  Italy
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Short track speed skating at the
2014 Winter Olympics
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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 2014 Winter Olympics was held on 15 February 2014 at the Iceberg Skating Palace in Sochi, Russia.[1]

The qualifying heats, semifinal and the final were held on 15 February.

The defending Olympic Champion is Zhou Yang of China, while the defending World Champion is Park Seung-hi of South Korea.

Qualification[edit]

Countries were assigned quotas using a combination of the four special Olympic Qualification classifications that were held at two world cups in November 2013. A nation may enter a maximum of three athletes per event.[2] For this event a total of 36 athletes representing 19 nations qualified to compete.[3]

Results[edit]

The results are:[4]

Heats[edit]

Q – qualified for Quarterfinals
ADV – advanced
PEN – penalty
Rank Heat Name Country Time Notes
1 1 Shim Suk-hee  South Korea 2:24.765 Q
2 1 Marie-Ève Drolet  Canada 2:24.859 Q
3 1 Anna Seidel  Germany 2:25.700 Q
4 1 Martina Valcepina  Italy 2:27.212
5 1 Véronique Pierron  France 2:55.658 ADV
1 Valeriya Reznik  Russia PEN
1 2 Arianna Fontana  Italy 2:29.645 Q
2 2 Olga Belyakova  Russia 2:29.880 Q
3 2 Ayuko Ito  Japan 2:30.354 Q
4 2 Inna Simonova  Kazakhstan 2:30.499
5 2 Tatiana Bodova  Slovakia 2:31.788
2 Elise Christie  Great Britain DNF
1 3 Cho Ha-ri  South Korea 2:27.629 Q
2 3 Valérie Maltais  Canada 2:27.721 Q
3 3 Li Jianrou  China 2:27.758 Q
4 3 Alyson Dudek  United States 2:27.899
5 3 Charlotte Gilmartin  Great Britain 2:27.935
6 3 Biba Sakurai  Japan 2:28.127
1 4 Jorien ter Mors  Netherlands 2:21.626 Q
2 4 Bernadett Heidum  Hungary 2:21.826 Q
3 4 Agnė Sereikaitė  Lithuania 2:21.900 Q
4 4 Lucia Peretti  Italy 2:22.953
5 4 Deanna Lockett  Australia 2:25.140
6 4 Volha Talayeva  Belarus 2:27.817
1 5 Zhou Yang  China 2:26.543 Q
2 5 Jessica Smith  United States 2:26.703 Q
3 5 Yara van Kerkhof  Netherlands 2:26.809 Q
4 5 Marianne St-Gelais  Canada 2:27.071
5 5 Yui Sakai  Japan 2:27.198
6 5 Kateřina Novotná  Czech Republic 2:27.232
1 6 Emily Scott  United States 2:22.641 Q
2 6 Kim A-lang  South Korea 2:22.864 Q
3 6 Veronika Windisch  Austria 2:23.042 Q
4 6 Liu Qiuhong  China 2:24.640
5 6 Zsófia Kónya  Hungary 2:55.523
6 Tatiana Borodulina  Russia DNF

Semifinals[edit]

QA – qualified for Finals A
QB – qualified for Finals B
ADV – advanced
PEN – penalty
Semifinal 1
Semifinal 2
Rank Heat Name Country Time Notes
1 1 Zhou Yang  China 2:18.825 QA
2 1 Shim Suk-hee  South Korea 2:18.966 QA
3 1 Marie-Ève Drolet  Canada 2:19.516 QB
4 1 Jessica Smith  United States 2:20.259 QB
5 1 Yara van Kerkhof  Netherlands 2:20.291
6 1 Anna Seidel  Germany 2:20.405
1 2 Arianna Fontana  Italy 2:19.336 QA
2 2 Jorien ter Mors  Netherlands 2:19.382 QA
3 2 Bernadett Heidum  Hungary 2:20.196 QB
4 2 Véronique Pierron  France 2:20.216 QB
5 2 Olga Belyakova  Russia 2:20.391
6 2 Agnė Sereikaitė  Lithuania 2:20.398
7 2 Ayuko Ito  Japan 2:56.961
1 3 Li Jianrou  China 2:22.866 QA
2 3 Kim A-lang  South Korea 2:22.928 QA
3 3 Valérie Maltais  Canada 2:23.069 QB
4 3 Veronika Windisch  Austria 2:23.241 QB
5 3 Emily Scott  United States 2:23.439 ADV
3 Cho Ha-ri  South Korea PEN

Finals[edit]

Final B (classification round)[edit]

Rank Name Country Time Notes
6 Valérie Maltais  Canada 2:24.711
7 Jessica Smith  United States 2:25.787
8 Marie-Ève Drolet  Canada 2:25.870
9 Bernadett Heidum  Hungary 2:26.004
10 Véronique Pierron  France 2:26.066
11 Veronika Windisch  Austria 2:26.296

Final A (medal round)[edit]

Final A
Rank Name Country Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Zhou Yang  China 2:19.140
2nd, silver medalist(s) Shim Suk-hee  South Korea 2:19.239
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Arianna Fontana  Italy 2:19.416
4 Jorien ter Mors  Netherlands 2:19.656
5 Emily Scott  United States 2:39.436
Li Jianrou  China DNF
Kim A-lang  South Korea PEN

Final standings[edit]

The final overall standings were:[4]

Rank Name Country
1st, gold medalist(s) Zhou Yang  China
2nd, silver medalist(s) Shim Suk-hee  South Korea
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Arianna Fontana  Italy
4 Jorien ter Mors  Netherlands
5 Emily Scott  United States
6 Valérie Maltais  Canada
7 Jessica Smith  United States
8 Marie-Ève Drolet  Canada
9 Bernadett Heidum  Hungary
10 Véronique Pierron  France
11 Veronika Windisch  Austria
12 Li Jianrou  China
13 Kim A-lang  South Korea
14 Olga Belyakova  Russia
15 Yara van Kerkhof  Netherlands
16 Agnė Sereikaitė  Lithuania
17 Anna Seidel  Germany
18 Ayuko Ito  Japan
19 Cho Ha-ri  South Korea
20 Lucia Peretti  Italy
21 Liu Qiuhong  China
22 Marianne St-Gelais  Canada
23 Martina Valcepina  Italy
24 Alyson Dudek  United States
25 Inna Simonova  Kazakhstan
26 Deanna Lockett  Australia
27 Yui Sakai  Japan
28 Charlotte Gilmartin  Great Britain
29 Tatiana Bodova  Slovakia
30 Zsófia Kónya  Hungary
31 Kateřina Novotná  Czech Republic
32 Volha Talayeva  Belarus
33 Biba Sakurai  Japan
Elise Christie  Great Britain
Tatiana Borodulina  Russia
Valeriya Reznik  Russia

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