2002 World Allround Speed Skating Championships

The 2002 World Allround Speed Skating Championships were held in Thialf in Heerenveen, Netherlands, on 15, 16 and 17 March 2002.

World Allround Speed Skating Championships
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Thialf
LocationHeerenveen, Netherlands
VenueThialf
Dates15-17 March
Competitors48
Medalist men
1st place, gold medalist(s) Jochem Uytdehaage  NED
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Dmitri Shepel  RUS
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Derek Parra  USA
Medalist women
1st place, gold medalist(s) Anni Friesinger  GER
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Cindy Klassen  CAN
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Claudia Pechstein  GER

The German Anni Friesinger and the Dutch Jochem Uytdehaage became the world champions.

Men championshipsEdit

Allround resultsEdit

Men championshipsEdit

Place Athlete Country Points 500 m 5000 m 1500 m 10000 m
  Jochem Uytdehaage   Netherlands 152.482 WR 36,59 (5) 6.30,27 (1) 1.49,51 (4) 13.27,25 (1)
  Dmitri Shepel   Russia 153.116 36,39 (1) 6.34,23 (5) 1.48,44 (1) 13.43,14 (6)
  Derek Parra   United States 153.661 36,47 (3) 6.35,70 (7) 1.48,56 (2) 13.48,71 (7)
4 Carl Verheijen   Netherlands 154.551 37,74 (18) 6.32,50 (3) 1.50,54 (11) 13.34,30 (2)
5 Dustin Molicki   Canada 155.202 36,99 (11) 6.40,98 (10) 1.49,49 (3) 13.52,36 (9)
6 Paweł Zygmunt   Poland 155.216 37,92 (21) 6.35,31 (6) 1.51,02 (12) 13.35,18 (3)
7 Roberto Sighel   Italy 155.462 36,93 (10) 6.43,13 (12) 1.49,89 (7) 13.51,79 (8)
8 Keiji Shirahata   Japan 155.555 37,55 (17) 6.39,01 (8) 1.51,42 (15) 13.39,29 (5)
9 Bart Veldkamp   Belgium 155.826 38,35 (22) 6.33,30 (4) 1.51,91 (19) 13.36,86 (4)
10 Yevgeni Lalenkov   Russia 156.372 36,50 (4) 6.49,45 (17) 1.49,70 (6) 14.07,22 (11)
11 Petter Andersen   Norway 157.457 36,39 (1) 6.51,00 (21) 1.50,33 (9) 14.23,82 (12)
12 Eskil Ervik   Norway 158.826 39,81 (24) 6.39,17 (9) 1.52,02 (20) 13.55,19 (10)
NQ13 Takahiro Ushiyama   Japan 114.334 36,75 (6) 6.48,41 (16) 1.50,23 (8)
NQ14 JP Shilling   United States 114.380 36,90 (9) 6.49,54 (18) 1.49,58 (5)
NQ15 Steven Elm   Canada 114.884 37,30 (13) 6.48,01 (15) 1.50,35 (10)
NQ16 Radik Biktshentayev   Kazakhstan 115.013 37,43 (15) 6.45,43 (13) 1.51,12 (13)
NQ17 Kevin Marshall   Canada 115.522 36,83 (7) 6.56,46 (23) 1.51,14 (14)
NQ18 Jan Friesinger   Germany 115.576 37,43 (15) 6.49,76 (19) 1.51,51 (16)
NQ19 Sergei Tsybenko   Kazakhstan 115.857 36,83 (7) 6.57,57 (24) 1.51,81 (18)
NQ20 Jamie Ivey   Canada 115.958 37,40 (14) 6.51,65 (22) 1.52,18 (21)
NQ21 Jondon Trevena   United States 115.982 37,75 (19) 6.50,62 (20) 1.51,51 (16)
NQ22 Johan Röjler   Sweden 116.907 37,90 (20) 6.45,91 (14) 1.55,25 (23)
NQ23 Toshihiko Itokawa   Japan 116.980 38,96 (23) 6.41,70 (11) 1.53,55 (22)
DQ3 Gianni Romme   Netherlands 112.293 37,11 (12) 6.30,40 (2) 1.48,34 (DQ)

NQ = Not qualified for the 10000 m (only the best 12 are qualified)
DQ = disqualified

Women championshipsEdit

Allround resultsEdit

Place Athlete Country Points 500 m 1500 m 3000 m 5000 m
  Anni Friesinger   Germany 162.260 39,45 (3) 1.56,43 (1) 4.08,02 (1) 7.06,64 (3)
  Cindy Klassen   Canada 162.472 39,16 (2) 1.56,88 (2) 4.11,20 (3) 7.04,86 (2)
  Claudia Pechstein   Germany 163.114 39,92 (6) 1.58,53 (4) 4.09,32 (2) '7.01,31 (1)
4 Jennifer Rodriguez   United States 163.735 38,59 (1) 1.57,71 (3) 4.11,84 (6) 7.19,36 (11)
5 Varvara Barysheva   Russia 164.805 39,71 (5) 2.00,10 (9) 4.11,60 (5) 7.11,29 (5)
6 Renate Groenewold   Netherlands 165.295 40,69 (9) 1.58,81 (5) 4.12,15 (7) 7.09,77 (4)
7 Tonny de Jong   Netherlands 165.417 39,65 (4) 1.59,75 (8) 4.15,34 (11) 7.12,95 (7)
8 Maki Tabata   Japan 165.489 39,92 (6) 1.59,06 (7) 4.13,29 (8) 7.16,68 (10)
9 Marja Vis   Netherlands 165.754 40,78 (11) 1.58,93 (6) 4.11,45 (4) 7.14,23 (9)
10 Nami Nemoto   Japan 167.970 41,29 (18) 2.02,41 (12) 4.15,04 (9) 7.13,71 (8)
11 Emese Hunyady   Austria 168.043 40,24 (8) 2.00,46 (10) 4.19,38 (16) 7.24,20 (12)
12 Svetlana Vysokova   Russia 168.087 41,27 (17) 2.03,10 (19) 4.15,17 (10) 7.12,56 (6)
NQ13 Daniela Anschütz   Germany 124.963 40,96 (13) 2.02,98 (18) 4.18,06 (14)
NQ14 Ann Driscoll   United States 125.136 40,69 (9) 2.02,89 (17) 4.20,90 (20)
NQ15 Valentina Yakshina   Russia 125.321 41,80 (22) 2.02,36 (11) 4.16,41 (12)
NQ16 Kristina Groves   Canada 125.469 41,84 (23) 2.02,60 (13) 4.16,58 (13)
NQ17 Lucille Opitz   Germany 125.490 41,08 (14) 2.02,73 (14) 4.21,00 (21)
NQ18 Anette Tønsberg   Norway 125.508 41,54 (20) 2.02,74 (15) 4.18,33 (15)
NQ19 Lyudmila Prokasheva   Kazakhstan 125.746 41,23 (16) 2.03,43 (21) 4.20,24 (19)
NQ20 Eriko Ishino   Japan 126.032 41,15 (15) 2.02,84 (16) 4.23,62 (23)
NQ21 Wieteke Cramer   Netherlands 126.174 40,87 (12) 2.03,34 (20) 4.25,15 (24)
NQ22 Eriko Seo   Japan 126.368 41,37 (19) 2.04,93 (23) 4.20,13 (18)
NQ23 Catherine Raney   United States 126.743 42,00 (24) 2.04,18 (22) 4.20,10 (17)
NQ24 Tatiana Shatshkova   Russia 127.298 41,73 (21) 2.05,05 (24) 4.23,31 (22)

NQ = Not qualified for the 5000 m (only the best 12 are qualified)
DQ = disqualified

RulesEdit

All 24 participating skaters are allowed to skate the first three distances; 12 skaters may take part on the fourth distance. These 12 skaters are determined by taking the standings on the longest of the first three distances, as well as the samalog standings after three distances, and comparing these lists as follows:

  1. Skaters among the top 12 on both lists are qualified.
  2. To make up a total of 12, skaters are then added in order of their best rank on either list. Samalog standings take precedence over the longest-distance standings in the event of a tie.

ReferencesEdit