Speed skating at the 2014 Winter Olympics – Men's 1000 metres

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Men's 1000 metres
at the XXII Olympic Winter Games
Men's 1000m, 2014 Winter Olympics, Stefan Groothuis.jpg
Gold medal winner Stefan Groothuis
VenueAdler Arena Skating Center
Date12 February 2014
Competitors40 from 19 nations
Winning time1:08.39
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Stefan Groothuis  Netherlands
2nd, silver medalist(s) Denny Morrison  Canada
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Michel Mulder  Netherlands
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The men's 1000 metres speed skating competition of the 2014 Sochi Olympics was held at Adler Arena Skating Center on 12 February 2014.[1] Stefan Groothuis won the gold medal.[2][3]

Qualification[edit]

A total of forty speed skaters could qualify for this distance, with a maximum of four skaters per country. The top 20 of the men's 1000 metres World Cup standings after World Cup 4 in Berlin secured a spot for their country. Then the additional 20 spots were awarded based on a time ranking of all times skated in the World Cup and the 2014 World Sprint Speed Skating Championships. A reserve list was also made.[4]

Records[edit]

Prior to this competition, the existing world and Olympic records were as follows.

World record  Shani Davis (USA) 1:06.42 Salt Lake City, United States 7 March 2009
Olympic record  Gerard van Velde (NED) 1:07.18 Salt Lake City, United States 16 February 2002

At the 2013 World Single Distance Speed Skating Championships the track record was set by Denis Kuzin at 1:09.14.[5]

The following records were set during this competition.

Date Round Athlete Country Time Record
12 February Pair 16 Stefan Groothuis  Netherlands 1:08.39 TR
12 February Pair 14 Samuel Schwarz  Germany 1:08.89 TR

TR = track record

Results[edit]

The race was started at 18:00.[6]

Stefan Groothuis
Rank Pair Lane Name Country Time Time behind Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) 16 O Stefan Groothuis  Netherlands 1:08.39 TR
2nd, silver medalist(s) 17 O Denny Morrison  Canada 1:08.43 +0.04
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 17 I Michel Mulder  Netherlands 1:08.74 +0.35
4 16 I Nico Ihle  Germany 1:08.86 +0.47
5 14 O Samuel Schwarz  Germany 1:08.89 +0.5 TR
6 18 I Koen Verweij  Netherlands 1:09.09 +0.7
7 20 I Denis Kuzin  Kazakhstan 1:09.10 +0.71
8 18 O Shani Davis  United States 1:09.12 +0.73
9 19 I Brian Hansen  United States 1:09.21 +0.82
10 4 I Mark Tuitert  Netherlands 1:09.29 +0.9
11 13 O Håvard Holmefjord Lorentzen  Norway 1:09.33 +0.94
12 19 O Mo Tae-bum  South Korea 1:09.37 +0.98
13 8 O Roman Krech  Kazakhstan 1:09.63 +1.24
14 10 O Zbigniew Bródka  Poland 1:09.66 +1.27
15 15 O Joey Mantia  United States 1:09.72 +1.33
16 13 I Konrad Niedźwiedzki  Poland 1:09.76 +1.37
17 3 I Denis Yuskov  Russia 1:09.81 +1.42
18 15 I Aleksey Yesin  Russia 1:09.93 +1.54
19 1 I Håvard Bøkko  Norway 1:09.98 +1.59
20 3 O Vincent De Haître  Canada 1:10.04 +1.65
21 6 O Lee Kyou-hyuk  South Korea 1:10.04 +1.65
22 12 I Daniel Greig  Australia 1:10.13 +1.74
23 7 I Bart Swings  Belgium 1:10.14 +1.75
24 9 I Haralds Silovs  Latvia 1:10.29 +1.9
25 20 O Mirko Giacomo Nenzi  Italy 1:10.32 +1.93
26 8 I William Dutton  Canada 1:10.61 +2.22
27 14 I Dmitry Lobkov  Russia 1:10.65 +2.26
28 7 O Jonathan Garcia  United States 1:10.74 +2.35
29 9 O Benjamin Macé  France 1:10.80 +2.41
30 11 O Kim Tae-yun  South Korea 1:10.81 +2.42
31 5 I Espen Aarnes Hvammen  Norway 1:11.01 +2.62
32 4 O Muncef Ouardi  Canada 1:11.07 +2.68
33 11 I Fyodor Mezentsev  Kazakhstan 1:11.08 +2.69
34 5 O Tian Guojun  China 1:11.17 +2.78
35 1 O Taro Kondo  Japan 1:11.44 +3.05
36 12 O Daichi Yamanaka  Japan 1:11.93 +3.54
37 2 O Tommi Pulli  Finland 1:12.16 +3.77
38 2 I David Andersson  Sweden 1:12.40 +4.01
39 6 I Igor Bogolyubskiy  Russia 1:12.85 +4.46
40 10 I Sung Ching-yang  Chinese Taipei 1:13.79 +5.40

TR = track record

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Speed Skating Schedule and Results – Men's 1000 m". SOOC. Retrieved 12 February 2014.
  2. ^ "Dutch win fourth speedskating gold". ESPN. 12 February 2014. Retrieved 14 February 2014.
  3. ^ "Stefan Groothuis wins 1,000m speed skating gold". BBC Sport. 12 February 2014. Retrieved 14 February 2014.
  4. ^ Qualification of NOC event quota places for the Olympic Winter Games 2014 based on Special Olympic Qualification Classification (SOQC) as of 9 December 2013 Archived 16 January 2014 at the Wayback Machine
  5. ^ "Visitenkarte der Eisbahn: Adler Arene Sotschi". speedskatingnews. Retrieved 5 February 2014.
  6. ^ Final Results