2010 European Short Track Speed Skating Championships

The 2010 European Short Track Speed Skating Championships took place between 22 and 24 January 2010 in Dresden, Germany.

2010 European Short Track Speed Skating Championships
VenueDresden, Germany
Dates22–24 January

Medal summaryEdit

Medal tableEdit

  *   Host nation (Germany)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Italy6118
2  Czech Republic2103
3  France1326
4  Germany*1102
5  Great Britain0224
6  Hungary0112
7  Russia0101
8  Netherlands0033
9  Bulgaria0011
Totals (9 nations)10101030

Men's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
500 metres   Maxime Chataignier (FRA) 46.841   Jon Eley (GBR) 46.957   Nicola Rodigari (ITA) 1:07.883
1000 metres   Nicola Rodigari (ITA) 1:27.815   Thibaut Fauconnet (FRA) 1:27.929   Niels Kerstholt (NED) 1:28.689
1500 metres   Nicola Rodigari (ITA) 2:15.682   Thibaut Fauconnet (FRA) 2:15.857   Niels Kerstholt (NED) 2:15.989
5000 metre relay   Italy
Yuri Confortola
Nicola Rodigari
Claudio Rinaldi
Nicolas Bean
Roberto Serra
6:45.195   Germany
Tyson Heung
Sebastian Praus
Paul Herrmann
Robert Seifert
Robert Becker
6:45.256   Great Britain
Jon Eley
Tom Iveson
Paul Worth
Anthony Douglas
Jack Whelbourne
6:47.691
Overall Classification   Nicola Rodigari (ITA) 102 pts.   Thibaut Fauconnet (FRA) 76 pts.   Maxime Chataignier (FRA) 42 pts.

Women's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
500 metres   Arianna Fontana (ITA) 43.877   Kateřina Novotná (CZE) 43.945   Erika Huszár (HUN) 44.088
1000 metres   Kateřina Novotná (CZE) 1:33.897   Bernadett Heidum (HUN) 1:34.316   Véronique Pierron (FRA) 1:34.347
1500 metres   Arianna Fontana (ITA) 2:23.946   Elise Christie (GBR) 2:24.042   Evgenia Radanova (BUL) 2:24.120
3000 metre relay   Germany
Bianca Walter
Aika Klein
Christin Priebst
Julia Riedel
4:15.979   Russia
Nina Yevteyeva
Valeria Potemkina
Ekaterina Belova
Olga Belyakova
4:16.516   Netherlands
Liesbeth Mau-Asam
Maaike Vos
Sanne van Kerkhof
Annita van Doorn
Jorien ter Mors
4:18.263
Overall Classification   Kateřina Novotná (CZE) 89 pts.   Arianna Fontana (ITA) 86 pts.   Elise Christie (GBR) 42 pts.

Participating nationsEdit

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