2006–07 ISU Short Track Speed Skating World Cup

The 2007 Short Track Speed Skating World Cup was a multi-race tournament over a season for short track speed skating. The season began on 20 October 2006 and ended on 11 February 2007. The World Cup was organised by the ISU who also ran world cups and championships in speed skating and figure skating.

CalendarEdit

MenEdit

Date Place Disc. Winner Second Third
20 October 2006   Changchun, China 1500m (1)   Ahn Hyun-soo   Lee Ho-suk   Li Ye
21 October 2006   Changchun, China 500m   François-Louis Tremblay   Olivier Jean   Kim Byeong-jun
21 October 2006   Changchun, China 1000m   Ahn Hyun-soo   François-Louis Tremblay   Mathieu Giroux
22 October 2006   Changchun, China 1500m (2)   Kim Hyun-kon   Song Kyung-taek   Charles Hamelin
22 October 2006   Changchun, China 5000m   South Korea
Kim Byeong-jun
Kim Hyun-kon
Song Kyung-taek
Ahn Hyun-soo
  Canada
Olivier Jean
Steve Robillard
Charles Hamelin
François-Louis Tremblay
  China
Li Ye
Liu Xiaoliang
Sui Baoku
Liu Haonan
27 October 2006   Jeonju, South Korea 1000m (1)   Lee Ho-suk   Charles Hamelin   Olivier Jean
28 October 2006   Jeonju, South Korea 500m   François-Louis Tremblay   Takahiro Fujimoto   Song Kyung-taek
28 October 2006   Jeonju, South Korea 1500m   Ahn Hyun-soo   Kim Hyun-kon   Song Kyung-taek
29 October 2006   Jeonju, South Korea 1000m (2)   Kim Hyun-kon   Marc-André Monette   Ahn Hyun-soo
29 October 2006   Jeonju, South Korea 5000m   Canada
François-Louis Tremblay
Charles Hamelin
Steve Robillard
Olivier Jean
  China
Li Ye
Li Haonan
Sui Baoku
Liu Xiaoliang
  South Korea
Song Kyung-taek
Kim Hyun-kon
Ahn Hyun-soo
Kim Byeong-jun
1 December 2006   Saguenay, Quebec, Canada 1500m   Kim Hyun-kon   Charles Hamelin   Li Ye
2 December 2006   Saguenay, Quebec, Canada 500m (1)   François-Louis Tremblay   Olivier Jean   Lee Ho-suk
3 December 2006   Saguenay, Quebec, Canada 500m (2)   Charles Hamelin   Hu Ze   Jeff Scholten
3 December 2006   Saguenay, Quebec, Canada 1000m   Ahn Hyun-soo   Lee Ho-suk   Kim Byeong-jun
3 December 2006   Saguenay, Quebec, Canada 5000m   South Korea
Ahn Hyun-soo
Kim Byeong-jun
Kim Hyun-kon
Song Kyung-taek
  China
Li Ye
Wang Hongyang
Sui Baoku
Li Haonan
  United States
J. P. Kepka
Jordan Malone
Ryan Bedford
Travis Jayner
8 December 2006   Montreal, Quebec, Canada 1500m (1)   Ahn Hyun-soo   Kim Hyun-kon   Hu Ze
9 December 2006   Montreal, Quebec, Canada 1000m   Charles Hamelin   Jordan Malone   Denis Bellotti
10 December 2006   Montreal, Quebec, Canada 1500m (2)   Song Kyung-Taek   Ahn Hyun-Soo   Kim Hyun-Kon
10 December 2006   Montreal, Quebec, Canada 500m   Olivier Jean   Francois-Louis Tremblay   Tyson Heung
10 December 2006   Montreal, Quebec, Canada 5000m   South Korea
Ahn Hyun-Soo
Kim Byeong Jun
Kim Hyun-Kon
Song Kyung-Taek
  Canada
Francois-Louis Tremblay
Hamelin Charles
Marc-Andre Monette
Olivier Jean
  Germany
Paul Herrmann
Robert Becker
Sebastian Praus
Tyson Heung
2–4 February 2007   Heerenveen, Netherlands 1500m   Jordan Malone   Pieter Gysel   Ryan Bedford
2–4 February 2007   Heerenveen, Netherlands 1000m(1)   Nicola Rodigari   Wim de Deyne   J. P. Kepka
2–4 February 2007   Heerenveen, Netherlands 500m   Jon Eley   Tyson Heung   Roberto Serra
2–4 February 2007   Heerenveen, Netherlands 1000m(2)   Jordan Malone   Confortola Yuri   Haralds Silovs
2–4 February 2007   Heerenveen, Netherlands 5000m Relay   Italy
Confortola Yuri
Denis Bellotti
Nicola Rodigari
Roberto Serra
  Germany
Paul Herrmann
Robert Becker
Torsten Kroeger
Tyson Heung
  France
Benoit Anterieux
Fauconnet Thibaut
Jean Charles Mattei
Maxime Chataignier
8–10 February 2007   Budapest, Hungary 1500m   Lee Ho-Suk   Song Kyung-Taek   Olivier Jean
8–10 February 2007   Budapest, Hungary 500m(1)   Hamelin Charles   Francois-Louis Tremblay   Lee Seung-Hoon
8–10 February 2007   Budapest, Hungary 500m(2)   Olivier Jean   Roberto Serra   Tyson Heung
8–10 February 2007   Budapest, Hungary 1000m   Lee Ho-Suk   Hamelin Charles   Jordan Malone
8–10 February 2007   Budapest, Hungary 5000m Relay   China
Hu Ze
Li Ye
Liu Xiao Liang
Sui Bao Ku
  Korea
Kim Hyun-Kon
Lee Ho-Suk
Lee Seung-Hoon
Song Kyung-Taek
  United States
Alex Izykowski
Jordan Malone
Ryan Bedford
Travis Jayner

WomenEdit

Date Place Disc. Winner Second Third
20 October 2006   Changchun, China 1500m (1)   Jin Sun-Yu   Jung Eun-Ju   Byun Chun-Sa
21 October 2006   Changchun, China 500m   Wang Meng   Fu Tianyu   Zhu Mile
21 October 2006   Changchun, China 1000m   Wang Meng   Jin Sun-Yu   Byun Chun-Sa
22 October 2006   Changchun, China 1500m (2)   Kim Min-Jung   Fu Tianyu   Kateřina Novotná
22 October 2006   Changchun, China 3000m   South Korea
Jin Sun-Yu
Jung Eun-Ju
Jeon Ji-Soo
Byun Chun-Sa
  China
Zhu Mile
Liu Xiaoying
Wang Meng
Fu Tianyu
  Canada
Raphaele Lemieux
Anouk Leblanc-Boucher
Kalyna Roberge
Amanda Overland
27 October 2006   Jeonju, South Korea 1000m (1)   Wang Meng   Zhu Mile   Jeon Ji-Soo
28 October 2006   Jeonju, South Korea 500m   Wang Meng   Fu Tianyu   Evgenia Radanova
28 October 2006   Jeonju, South Korea 1500m   Kim Min-Jung   Liu Xiaoying   Cheng Xiaolei
29 October 2006   Jeonju, South Korea 1000m (2)   Jung Eun-Ju   Jin Sun-Yu   Zhu Mile
29 October 2006   Jeonju, South Korea 3000m   China
Liu Xiaoying
Zhu Mile
Fu Tianyu
Wang Meng
  South Korea
Jeon Ji-Soo
Byun Chun-Sa
Jung Eun-Ju
Jin Sun-Yu
  Japan
Biba Sakurai
Miyuki Ozawa
Mika Ozawa
Yuka Kamino
1 December 2006   Saguenay, Quebec, Canada 1500m   Jin Sun-Yu   Jung Eun-Ju   Byun Chun-Sa
2 December 2006   Saguenay, Quebec, Canada 500m (1)   Wang Meng   Kalyna Roberge   Jessica Gregg
3 December 2006   Saguenay, Quebec, Canada 500m (2)   Wang Meng   Evgenia Radanova   Jeon Ji-Soo
3 December 2006   Saguenay, Quebec, Canada 1000m   Kalyna Roberge   Byun Chun-Sa   Jin Sun-Yu
3 December 2006   Saguenay, Quebec, Canada 3000m   China
Fu Tianyu
Cheng Xiaolei
Zhu Mile
Wang Meng
  South Korea
Jung Eun-Ju
Jeon Ji-Soo
Kim Min-Jung
Byun Chun-Sa
  Canada
Kalyna Roberge
Annik Plamondon
Anne Maltais
Amanda Overland
8 December 2006   Montreal, Quebec, Canada 1500m (1)   Jung Eun-Ju   Kim Min-Jung   Fu Tianyu
9 December 2006   Montreal, Quebec, Canada 1000m   Byun Chun-Sa   Wang Meng   Jin Sun-Yu
10 December 2006   Montreal, Quebec, Canada 1500m (2)   Jin Sun-Yu   Jung Eun-Ju   Byun Chun-Sa
10 December 2006   Montreal, Quebec, Canada 500m   Kalyna Roberge   Kim Min-Jung   Cheng Xiao Lei
10 December 2006   Montreal, Quebec, Canada 3000m   Canada
Amanda Overland
Anne Maltais
Ivanie Blondin
Kalyna Roberge
  China
Cheng Xiao Lei
Fu Tian Yu
Liu Xiao Ying
Zhu Mi Lei
  Korea
Byun Chun-Sa
Jeon Ji-Soo
Jin Sun-Yu
Jung Eun-Ju
2–4 February 2006   Heerenveen, Netherlands 1500m   Stephanie Bouvier   Veronika Windisch   Marina Georgieva-Nikolova
2–4 February 2006   Heerenveen, Netherlands 1000m(1)   Evgenia Radanova   Marta Capurso   Christin Priebst
2–4 February 2006   Heerenveen, Netherlands 500m   Stephanie Bouvier   Sarah Lindsay   Arianna Fontana
2–4 February 2006   Heerenveen, Netherlands 1000m(2)   Marta Capurso   Katia Zini   Christin Priebst
2–4 February 2006   Heerenveen, Netherlands 3000m Relay   Italy
Arianna Fontana
Katia Zini
Maffei Cecilia
Marta Capurso
  Russia
Ekaterina Belova
Olga Belyakova
Olga Maskaikina
Valeriya Reznik
  United States
Cherise Wilkins
Kimberly Derrick
Sophia Milan
Tina Koenig
9–11 February 2006   Budapest, Hungary 1500m   Jung Eun-Ju   Byun Chun-Sa   Kim Min-Jung
9–11 February 2006   Budapest, Hungary 500m(1)   Wang Meng   Zhu Mi Lei   Jeon Ji-Soo
9–11 February 2006   Budapest, Hungary 500m(2)   Wang Meng   Fu Tian Yu   Jeon Ji-Soo
9–11 February 2006   Budapest, Hungary 1000m   Jung Eun-Ju   Byun Chun-Sa   Zhou Yang
9–11 February 2006   Budapest, Hungary 3000m Relay   China
Cheng Xiao Lei
Fu Tian Yu
Wang Meng
Zhu Mi Lei
  Korea
Byun Chun-Sa
Jeon Ji-Soo
Jung Eun-Ju
Kim Min-Jung
  Italy
Arianna Fontana
Katia Zini
Maffei Cecilia
Marta Capurso

ReferencesEdit

  • "ISU World Cup 2006/07 China, Changchun Results". International Skating Union. Retrieved 18 June 2019.
  • "ISU World Cup 2006/07 Korea, Jeonju City Results". International Skating Union. Retrieved 18 June 2019.
  • "ISU World Cup 2006/07 Canada, Saguenay Results". International Skating Union. Retrieved 18 June 2019.
  • "ISU World Cup 2006/07 Canada, Montreal Results". International Skating Union. Retrieved 18 June 2019.
  • "ISU World Cup 2006/07 Netherlands, Heerenveen Results". International Skating Union. Retrieved 18 June 2019.
  • "ISU World Cup 2006/07 Hungary, Budapest Results". International Skating Union. Retrieved 18 June 2019.