World Junior Speed Skating Championships

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World Junior Speed Skating Championships
Statusactive
Genresports event
Date(s)January–February
Frequencyannual
Location(s)various
Inaugurated1972 (1972)
Organised byISU

In 1971, the ISU congress decided to hold a World Junior Speed Skating Championships. After two test-championships (1972 and 1973), where only a boys' competition was held in the 1972 edition, the first official championship was introduced in Cortina d'Ampezzo. In this championship boys and girls could enter. Since this championship the World Junior Speed Skating Championships are held every year.

The distances the boys have to skate in a championship were the 500m, 1500m, 3000m, and the 5000m. In 2015 the 1000 metres replaced the 3000m as part of the allround competition. Girls have the 500m, 1000m, 1500m and the 3000m on the programme. In 2002 the team pursuit was added to the allround competition and the 2009 edition saw the introduction of medals for the individual distances. In 2015 the team sprint and mass start events were added.

Summary[edit]

World Junior Speed Skating Championships
Number Year City Country Events
- 1972 Lisleby  Norway 1
- 1973 Assen  Netherlands 2
1 1974 Cortina d'Ampezzo  Italy 2
2 1975 Strömsund  Sweden 2
3 1976 Madonna di Campiglio  Italy 2
4 1977 Inzell  Germany 2
5 1978 Montreal  Canada 2
6 1979 Grenoble  France 2
7 1980 Assen  Netherlands 2
8 1981 Elverum  Norway 2
9 1982 Innsbruck  Austria 2
10 1983 Sarajevo  Yugoslavia 2
11 1984 Assen  Netherlands 2
12 1985 Røros  Norway 2
13 1986 Sainte-Foy  Canada 2
14 1987 Strömsund  Sweden 2
15 1988 Seoul  South Korea 2
16 1989 Kyiv  Soviet Union 2
17 1990 Obihiro  Japan 2
18 1991 Calgary  Canada 2
19 1992 Warsaw  Poland 2
20 1993 Baselga di Pinè  Italy 2
21 1994 Berlin  Germany 2
22 1995 Seinäjoki  Finland 2
23 1996 Calgary  Canada 2
24 1997 Butte  United States 2
25 1998 Roseville  United States 2
26 1999 Geithus  Norway 2
27 2000 Seinäjoki  Finland 2
28 2001 Groningen  Netherlands 2
29 2002 Collalbo  Italy 4
30 2003 Kushiro  Japan 4
31 2004 Roseville  United States 4
32 2005 Seinäjoki  Finland 4
33 2006 Erfurt  Germany 4
34 2007 Innsbruck  Austria 4
35 2008 Changchun  China 4
36 2009 Zakopane  Poland 12
37 2010 Moscow  Russia 12
38 2011 Seinäjoki  Finland 12
39 2012 Obihiro  Japan 12
40 2013 Collalbo  Italy 12
41 2014 Bjugn  Norway 12
42 2015 Warsaw  Poland 16
43 2016 Changchun  China 16
44 2017 Helsinki  Finland 16
45 2018 Salt Lake City  United States 16
46 2019 Baselga di Pinè  Italy 16

Medal summary (1974-2018)[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Netherlands770077
2 Austria0000
 Belarus0000
 Belgium0000
 Canada0000
 China0000
 Czech Republic0000
 Finland0000
 France0000
 Germany0000
 Italy0000
 Japan0000
 Kazakhstan0000
 New Zealand0000
 Norway0000
 Poland0000
 Russia0000
 South Korea0000
 Sweden0000
 United States0000
Totals (20 nations)770077

Overall Medallists[edit]

Boys[edit]

Year Location bgcolor=gold | Gold bgcolor=silver | Silver bgcolor=cc9966 | Bronze
1972 Lisleby Soviet Union Yuri Kondakov Soviet Union Nikolay Kuzmenko Norway Terje Andersen
1973 Assen Netherlands Jan Heida [fy; nl] Soviet Union Nikolaj Kuzmenko Norway Kay Stenshjemmet
1974 Cortina d'Ampezzo East Germany Manfred Winter Netherlands Jan de Vries Poland Jan Miętus [pl]
1975 Strömsund Japan Masayuki Kawahara [ja] Netherlands Jan de Vries Netherlands Joop Pasman
1976 Madonna di Campiglio South Korea Lee Young-ha United States Eric Heiden Netherlands Jan de Vries
1977 Inzell United States Eric Heiden Sweden Jan Junell Netherlands Hilbert van der Duim
1978 Montreal United States Eric Heiden Soviet Union Vitaliy Zazerskiy Norway Tom Erik Oxholm
1979 Grenoble Sweden Tomas Gustafson East Germany Andreas Ehrig United States Craig Kressler
1980 Assen Sweden Tomas Gustafson United States Craig Kressler Soviet Union Sergej Berezin [pl]
1981 Elverum Norway Bjørn Nyland Canada Jean Pichette [pl] East Germany Jörg Mademann
1982 Innsbruck Norway Geir Karlstad Soviet Union Igor Zhelezovski Canada Jean Pichette [pl]
1983 Sarajevo Soviet Union Andrej Bobrov [nl; no] Soviet Union Viatsjeslav Vidov West Germany Hansjörg Baltes [de]
1984 Assen Soviet Union Valeri Guk [nl] Soviet Union Alexandr Klimov [no; pl] Soviet Union Bronislav Snetkov
1985 Røros Soviet Union Valeri Guk [nl] Soviet Union Ildar Garaev Soviet Union Bronislav Snetkov
1986 Sainte-Foy Soviet Union Bronislav Snetkov Soviet Union Ildar Garaev Japan Takuya Nakamura
1987 Strömsund Japan Masahiko Omura Japan Naoki Kotake East Germany Michael Spielmann [pl]
1988 Seoul East Germany Michael Spielmann [pl] Netherlands Cor-Jan Smulders [nl] Japan Naoki Kotake
1989 Kyiv Soviet Union Andrej Anufrienko [nl; pl; ru] Netherlands Rintje Ritsma Japan Naoki Kotake
1990 Obihiro Netherlands Falko Zandstra Norway Ådne Søndrål Netherlands Arjan Schreuder [nl; pl]
1991 Calgary Netherlands Falko Zandstra Soviet Union Sergey Baryshev Japan Keiji Shirahata
1992 Warsaw Netherlands Jeroen Straathof Japan Hiroyuki Noake [ja; nl; pl] Netherlands Jakko Jan Leeuwangh
1993 Baselga di Pinè United States Brian Smith Netherlands Ids Postma Japan Keiji Shirahata
1994 Berlin Netherlands Jan Bos Netherlands Marco Kramer Japan Shinya Tanaka
1995 Seinäjoki Netherlands Bob de Jong Canada Mark Knoll Japan Yusuke Imai [ja; nl; pl]
1996 Calgary Netherlands Bob de Jong Canada Mark Knoll Japan Mitsuru Watanabe
1997 Butte Netherlands Jelmer Beulenkamp Netherlands André Vreugdenhil [nl] Netherlands Gijs Buitelaar
1998 Roseville Russia Dmitry Shepel Netherlands Mark Tuitert Netherlands Bjarne Rykkje [nl]
1999 Geithus Netherlands Mark Tuitert Netherlands Yuri Solinger [nl] South Korea Choi Jae-bong
2000 Seinäjoki Sweden Johan Röjler Japan Takaharu Nakajima [de; ja; nl] Germany Jan Friesinger [de; nl]
2001 Groningen Japan Shingo Doi [ja; nl; no] South Korea Mun Jun South Korea Yeo Sang-yeop
2002 Collalbo Netherlands Beorn Nijenhuis Russia Ivan Skobrev Netherlands Remco olde Heuvel [de; nl]
2003 Kushiro Netherlands Remco olde Heuvel [de; nl] Germany Robert Lehmann South Korea Lee Seung-hwan
2004 Roseville Canada Justin Warsylewicz Netherlands Sven Kramer South Korea Yeo Sang-yeop
2005 Seinäjoki Netherlands Sven Kramer Netherlands Wouter olde Heuvel Norway Håvard Bøkko
2006 Erfurt Norway Håvard Bøkko Netherlands Wouter olde Heuvel Japan Shingo Hashibami
2007 Innsbruck Netherlands Sjoerd de Vries [fy; nl] Netherlands Tim Roelofsen [nl] United States Trevor Marsicano
2008 Changchun Netherlands Jan Blokhuijsen Netherlands Koen Verweij Netherlands Berden de Vries
2009 Zakopane Netherlands Koen Verweij United States Jonathan Kuck United States Brian Hansen
2010 Moscow Netherlands Koen Verweij United States Brian Hansen Canada Antoine Gélinas-Beaulieu
2011 Seinäjoki Norway Sverre Lunde Pedersen Norway Simen Spieler Nilsen Norway Kristian Reistad Fredriksen [nl; no]
2012 Obihiro Norway Sverre Lunde Pedersen Netherlands Thomas Krol Norway Simen Spieler Nilsen
2013 Collalbo South Korea Seo Jeong-su Norway Simen Spieler Nilsen Italy Andrea Giovannini
2014 Bjugn Netherlands Patrick Roest Netherlands Willem Hoolwerf [nl] United States Emery Lehman
2015 Warsaw Netherlands Patrick Roest South Korea Kim Min-seok Netherlands Marcel Bosker
2016 Changchun Canada Benjamin Donnelly South Korea Kim Min-seok Netherlands Marcel Bosker
2017 Helsinki Netherlands Chris Huizinga Norway Allan Dahl Johansson Canada Tyson Langelaar
2018 Salt Lake City Norway Allan Dahl Johansson Canada Tyson Langelaar Italy Francesco Betti
2019 Baselga di Pinè

Girls[edit]

Year Location bgcolor=gold | Gold bgcolor=silver | Silver bgcolor=cc9966 | Bronze
1973 Assen Canada Sylvia Burka Netherlands Froukje Jongsma United States Kay Lunda
1974 Cortina d'Ampezzo Poland Erwina Ryś-Ferens Soviet Union Tatyana Fradina Soviet Union Tatyana Timoshina
1975 Strömsund East Germany Heike Lange Poland Erwina Ryś-Ferens Netherlands Pietje Postma
1976 Madonna di Campiglio Canada Liz Appleby United States Beth Heiden East Germany Katrin Lorenz
1977 Inzell United States Kim Kostron United States Beth Heiden Norway Bjørg Eva Jensen
1978 Montreal United States Beth Heiden Norway Bjørg Eva Jensen East Germany Ines Bautzmann
1979 Grenoble United States Beth Heiden Norway Bjørg Eva Jensen Netherlands Ria Visser
1980 Assen Norway Bjørg Eva Jensen United States Sarah Docter Netherlands Ria Visser
1981 Elverum United States Sarah Docter East Germany Elke Wirsing Netherlands Yvonne van Gennip
1982 Innsbruck East Germany Angela Stahnke Netherlands Yvonne van Gennip Japan Seiko Hashimoto
1983 Sarajevo East Germany Angela Stahnke Japan Seiko Hashimoto East Germany Sjouke Hoffmann
1984 Assen East Germany Angela Stahnke Soviet Union Galina Voilochnikova North Korea Song Hwa-son
1985 Røros East Germany Cornelia Dick Soviet Union Ljudmila Tuberozova East Germany Monique Garbrecht
1986 Sainte-Foy East Germany Monique Garbrecht East Germany Anja Ulbricht Soviet Union Ljudmila Tuberozova
1987 Strömsund East Germany Monique Garbrecht East Germany Anja Ulbricht East Germany Silke Luding
1988 Seoul Japan Emi Tanaka East Germany Claudia Pechstein Japan Shiho Kusunose
1989 Kyiv East Germany Ulrike Adeberg East Germany Anke Baier Netherlands Sandra Zwolle
1990 Obihiro East Germany Ulrike Adeberg East Germany Anke Baier Japan Takako Tetsuda
1991 Calgary East Germany Anke Baier Soviet Union Svetlana Bazhanova Germany Sabine Völker
1992 Warsaw Japan Nami Nemoto Germany Sabine Völker Commonwealth of Independent States Tatyana Trapeznikova
1993 Baselga di Pinè Germany Franziska Schenk Japan Mie Shimizu Japan Maki Tabata
1994 Berlin Japan Mie Shimizu Germany Anni Friesinger Netherlands Marianne Timmer
1995 Seinäjoki United States Becky Sundstrom Germany Anni Friesinger United States Chris Scheels
1996 Calgary Germany Anni Friesinger Netherlands Renate Groenewold Japan Aki Tonoike
1997 Butte United States Kirstin Holum South Korea Baek Eun-bi Japan Kanae Kobayashi
1998 Roseville Japan Aki Tonoike United States Catherine Raney Netherlands Frijke Schaafsma
1999 Geithus Netherlands Helen van Goozen Japan Yuri Obara Japan Keiko Taguchi
2000 Seinäjoki Netherlands Frédérique Ankoné [nl] Netherlands Wieteke Cramer Germany Heike Hartmann [de; nl]
2001 Groningen Netherlands Frédérique Ankoné [nl] Germany Heike Hartmann [de; nl] Netherlands Elma de Vries
2002 Collalbo Netherlands Elma de Vries Japan Eriko Ishino Germany Judith Hesse
2003 Kushiro Canada Shannon Rempel Japan Eriko Ishino United States Maria Lamb
2004 Roseville Japan Eriko Ishino Netherlands Ireen Wüst Canada Shannon Rempel
2005 Seinäjoki Netherlands Ireen Wüst Netherlands Annette Gerritsen South Korea Lee Sang-hwa
2006 Erfurt South Korea Kim Yoo-rim Czech Republic Martina Sáblíková South Korea Lee Ju-yeon
2007 Innsbruck South Korea Noh Seon-yeong Netherlands Laurine van Riessen China Fu Chunyan
2008 Changchun Netherlands Marrit Leenstra Canada Justine L'Heureux [nl] Netherlands Jorieke van der Geest [nl]
2009 Zakopane Netherlands Roxanne van Hemert [nl] Netherlands Yvonne Nauta Poland Katarzyna Woźniak
2010 Moscow Netherlands Lotte van Beek Norway Hege Bøkko Czech Republic Karolína Erbanová
2011 Seinäjoki Czech Republic Karolína Erbanová Netherlands Pien Keulstra [nl; ru] Netherlands Lotte van Beek
2012 Obihiro Japan Miho Takagi Czech Republic Karolína Erbanová South Korea Kim Bo-reum
2013 Collalbo Japan Miho Takagi Netherlands Antoinette de Jong Switzerland Kaitlyn McGregor [nl]
2014 Bjugn Netherlands Antoinette de Jong Netherlands Melissa Wijfje Russia Elizaveta Kazelina
2015 Warsaw Netherlands Melissa Wijfje Netherlands Sanneke de Neeling Russia Elizaveta Kazelina
2016 Changchun Russia Elizaveta Kazelina China Mei Han South Korea Park Ji-woo
2017 Helsinki Netherlands Jutta Leerdam Netherlands Joy Beune Netherlands Sanne in 't Hof
2018 Salt Lake City Netherlands Joy Beune Netherlands Jutta Leerdam Netherlands Elisa Dul
2019 Baselga di Pinè


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