2010 World Short Track Speed Skating Championships

The 2010 World Short Track Speed Skating Championships took place between 19 and 21 March 2010 in Sofia, Bulgaria. The World Championships are organised by the ISU which also run world cups and championships in speed skating and figure skating.

ResultsEdit

MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Overall* Lee Ho-suk
  South Korea
86 points Kwak Yoon-gy
  South Korea
76 points Liang Wenhao
  China
47 points
500 m Liang Wenhao
  China
41.383 François Hamelin
  Canada
41.456 François-Louis Tremblay
  Canada
41.526
1000 m Lee Ho-suk
  South Korea
1:34.198 Kwak Yoon-gy
  South Korea
1:34.231 J. R. Celski
  United States
1:34.290
1500 m Kwak Yoon-gy
  South Korea
2:24.316 Sung Si-bak
  South Korea
2:24.373 Lee Ho-suk
  South Korea
2:24.459
5000 m relay   South Korea
Kwak Yoon-gy
Lee Ho-suk
Lee Jung-su
Kim Seoung-il
6:44.821   United States
J. R. Celski
Simon Cho
Travis Jayner
Jordan Malone
6:47.331   Germany
Paul Herrmann
Tyson Heung
Sebastian Praus
Robert Seifert
6:48.288

* First place is awarded 34 points, second is awarded 21 points, third is awarded 13 points, fourth is awarded 8 points, fifth is awarded 5 points, sixth is awarded 3 points, seventh is awarded 2 points, and eighth is awarded 1 point in the finals of each individual race to determine the overall world champion. The leader after the first 1000m in the 3000m Super-Final is awarded extra 5 points. The relays do not count for the overall classification.

WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Overall* Park Seung-hi
  South Korea
73 points Wang Meng
  China
68 points Cho Ha-ri
  South Korea
55 points
500 m Wang Meng
  China
43.619 Kalyna Roberge
  Canada
43.679 Marianne St-Gelais
  Canada
43.747
1000 m Wang Meng
  China
1:30.572 Cho Ha-ri
  South Korea
1:30.643 Katherine Reutter
  United States
1:31.747
1500 m Park Seung-hi
  South Korea
2:21.570 Lee Eun-byul
  South Korea
2:21.665 Cho Ha-ri
  South Korea
2:21.821
3000 m relay   South Korea
Cho Ha-ri
Kim Min-jung
Lee Eun-byul
Park Seung-hi
Choi Jung-won
4:08.356   Canada
Jessica Gregg
Kalyna Roberge
Marianne St-Gelais
Tania Vicent
Valérie Maltais
4:09.310   United States
Kimberly Derrick
Alyson Dudek
Lana Gehring
Katherine Reutter
4:14.231

* First place is awarded 34 points, second is awarded 21 points, third is awarded 13 points, fourth is awarded 8 points, fifth is awarded 5 points, sixth is awarded 3 points, seventh is awarded 2 points, and eighth is awarded 1 point in the finals of each individual race to determine the overall world champion. The leader after the first 1000m in the 3000m Super-Final is awarded extra 5 points. The relays do not count for the overall classification.

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  South Korea75315
2  China3115
3  Canada0325
4  United States0134
5  Germany0011
Totals (5 nations)10101030

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