2015–16 ISU Short Track Speed Skating World Cup

The 2015–16 ISU Short Track Speed Skating World Cup was a multi-race tournament over a season for short track speed skating. The season began on 30 October 2015 in Canada and ended on 14 February 2016.[1][2] The World Cup was organised by the ISU who also ran world cups and championships in speed skating and figure skating. Toronto hosted a world cup competition for the first time ever.[3]

ISU Short Track World Cup
Short track speed skating pictogram.svg
Dates2015–16

CalendarEdit

MenEdit

Montreal 30 October – 1 November 2015Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
1 November 2015 Maurice Richard Arena 500m   Wu Dajing   Charle Cournoyer   Park Se-yeong [1]
31 October 2015
1 November 2015
Maurice Richard Arena 1000m (1)
1000m (2)
  Han Tianyu
  Charles Hamelin
  Shi Jingnan
  Samuel Girard
  Artem Kozlov
  Semen Elistratov
[2]
31 October 2015 Maurice Richard Arena 1500m   Kwak Yoon-Gy   Sjinkie Knegt   Xu Fu [3]
1 November 2015 Maurice Richard Arena 5000m relay   China
Shi Jingnan
Chen Guang
Han Tianyu
Xu Fu
  Netherlands
Freek van der Wart
Daan Breeuwsma
Sjinkie Knegt
Leon Bloemhof
  Hungary
Csaba Burján
Viktor Knoch
Sándor Liu Shaolin
Shaoang Liu
[4]

Toronto 6–8 November 2015Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
6 November 2015
7 November 2015
MasterCard Centre 500m (1)
500m (2)
  Samuel Girard
  Charles Hamelin
  Alexander Fathoullin
  Sándor Liu Shaolin
  Sébastien Lepape
  Viktor Knoch
[5]
6 November 2015 MasterCard Centre 1000m   Charle Cournoyer   Seo Yi-ra   Kwak Yoon-Gy [6]
6 November 2015 MasterCard Centre 1500m   Kwak Yoon-Gy   Sjinkie Knegt   Francois Hamelin [7]
6 November 2015 MasterCard Centre 5000m relay   Canada
Charle Cournoyer
Samuel Girard
Charles Hamelin
Patrick Duffy
  South Korea
Park Se-yeong
Park Ji-won
Kwak Yoon-gy
Seo Yi-ra
  China
Shi Jingnan
Wu Dajing
Chen Guang
Han Tianyu
[8]

Nagoya 4–6 December 2015Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
5 December 2015 Nippon Gaishi Arena 500m   Charles Hamelin
  Francois Hamelin
  Kwak Yoon-gy
  Artem Kozlov
  Francois Hamelin
  Chen Guang
[9]
5 December 2015 Nippon Gaishi Arena 1000m   Semen Elistratov   Sándor Liu Shaolin   Freek van der Wart [10]
5 December 2015 Nippon Gaishi Arena 1500m   Sjinkie Knegt   Semen Elistratov   Park Ji-won [11]
6 December 2015 Nippon Gaishi Arena 5000m relay   Netherlands
Freek van der Wart
Daan Breeuwsma
Sjinkie Knegt
Dennis Visser
  China
Shi Jingnan
Chen Guang
Han Tianyu
Ma Wei
  Canada
Charle Cournoyer
Patrick Duffy
Charles Hamelin
François Hamelin
[12]

Shanghai 11–13 December 2015Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
13 December 2015 Oriental Sports Center 500m   Wu Dajing   Sjinkie Knegt   Samuel Girard [13]
12 December 2015 Oriental Sports Center 1000m   Kwak Yoon-gy   Charle Cournoyer   Semen Elistratov [14]
12 December 2015
13 December 2015
Oriental Sports Center 1500m (1)
1500m (2)
  Charles Hamelin
  Ren Ziwei
  Sjinkie Knegt
  Park Ji-won
  Park Se-yeong
  Kwak Yoon-gy
[15]
13 December 2015 Oriental Sports Center 5000m relay   Hungary
Csaba Burján
Viktor Knoch
Shaoang Liu
Sándor Liu Shaolin
  Italy
Andrea Cassinelli
Tommaso Dotti
Nicola Rodigari
Yuri Confortola
  Canada
Patrick Duffy
Samuel Girard
Charles Hamelin
Charle Cournoyer
[16]

Dresden 5–7 February 2016Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
7 February 2016 EnergieVerbund Arena 500m   Charles Hamelin
  Semen Elistratov
  Dmitry Migunov [17]
7 February 2016 EnergieVerbund Arena 1000m   Charles Hamelin
  Semen Elistratov
  Charle Cournoyer [18]
7 February 2016 EnergieVerbund Arena 1500m (1)
1500m (2)
  Park Ji-won
  Seo Yi-ra
  Park Se-yeong
  Alexander Fathoullin
  Sjinkie Knegt
  Kwak Yoon-gy
[19]
7 February 2016 EnergieVerbund Arena 5000m relay   Russia   Canada   United States [20]

Dordrecht 12–14 February 2016Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
14 February 2016 Sportboulevard Dordrecht 500m   Dmitry Migunov   Paul Stanley   Kwak Yoon-Gy [21]
14 February 2016 Sportboulevard Dordrecht 1000m (1)
1000m (2)
  Park Se-yeong
  Charle Cournoyer
  Sándor Liu Shaolin
  Park Ji-won
  Kim Chun Koon
  Semen Elistratov
[22]
14 February 2016 Sportboulevard Dordrecht 1500m   Vladislav Bykanov   Kwak Yoon-Gy   Lee Jung-Su [23]
14 February 2016 Sportboulevard Dordrecht 5000m relay   Russia   Netherlands   Canada [24]

WomenEdit

Montreal 30 October – 1 November 2015Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
1 November 2015 Maurice Richard Arena 500m   Marianne St-Gelais   Natalia Maliszewska   Sofia Prosvirnova [25]
31 October 2015
1 November 2015
Maurice Richard Arena 1000m (1)
1000m (2)
  Choi Min-jeong
  Shim Suk-hee
  Marianne St-Gelais
  Choi Min-jeong
  Fan Kexin
  Tao Jiaying
[26]
31 October 2015 Maurice Richard Arena 1500m   Shim Suk-hee   Kim Boutin   Anna Seidel [27]
1 November 2015 Maurice Richard Arena 3000m relay   South Korea
Choi Min-jeong
Kim A-lang
Lee Eun-byul
Shim Suk-hee
  Canada
Jamie MacDonald
Valérie Maltais
Marianne St-Gelais
Kasandra Bradette
  Russia
Emina Malagich
Sofia Prosvirnova
Ekaterina Strelkova
Ekaterina Konstantinova
[28]

Toronto 6–8 November 2015Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
6 November 2015
7 November 2015
MasterCard Centre 500m (1)
500m (2)
  Elise Christie
  Choi Min-jeong
  Lara van Ruijven
  Marianne St-Gelais
  Fan Kexin
  Han Yutong
[29]
6 November 2015 MasterCard Centre 1000m   Shim Suk-hee   Elise Christie   Valérie Maltais [30]
6 November 2015 MasterCard Centre 1500m   Choi Min-jeong   Shim Suk-hee   Marianne St-Gelais [31]
6 November 2015 MasterCard Centre 3000m relay   South Korea
Shim Suk-hee
Choi Min-jeong
Kim A-lang
Noh Do-hee
  China
Fan Kexin
Zang Yize
Tao Jiaying
Han Yutong
  Russia
Tatiana Borodulina
Ekaterina Konstantinova
Sofia Prosvirnova
Emina Malagich
[32]

Nagoya 4–6 December 2015Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
5 December 2015 Nippon Gaishi Arena 500m (1)
500m (2)
  Fan Kexin
  Fan Kexin
  Elise Christie
  Anna Seidel
  Marianne St-Gelais
  Audrey Phaneuf
[33]
5 December 2015 Nippon Gaishi Arena 1000m   Choi Min-jeong   Marianne St-Gelais   Kim A-lang [34]
5 December 2015 Nippon Gaishi Arena 1500m   Choi Min-jeong   Shim Suk-hee   Noh Do-hee [35]
6 December 2015 Nippon Gaishi Arena 3000m relay   South Korea
Shim Suk-hee
Choi Min-jeong
Kim A-lang
Noh Do-hee
  China
Fan Kexin
Zang Yize
Yin Qi
Tao Jiaying
  Canada
Audrey Phaneuf
Kasandra Bradette
Valérie Maltais
Marianne St-Gelais
[36]

Shanghai 11–13 December 2015Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
13 December 2015 Oriental Sports Center 500m   Fan Kexin   Marianne St-Gelais   Qu Chunyu [37]
12 December 2015 Oriental Sports Center 1000m   Valérie Maltais   Suzanne Schulting   Shim Suk-hee [38]
12 December 2015
13 December 2015
Oriental Sports Center 1500m (1)
1500m (2)
  Choi Min-jeong
  Shim Suk-hee
  Tao Jiaying
  Valérie Maltais
  Charlotte Gilmartin
  Kim A-lang
[39]
13 December 2015 Oriental Sports Center 3000m relay   South Korea
Noh Do-hee
Choi Min-jeong
Kim A-lang
Shim Suk-hee
  Canada
Audrey Phaneuf
Kasandra Bradette
Valérie Maltais
Marianne St-Gelais
  Netherlands
Suzanne Schulting
Rianne de Vries
Yara van Kerkhof
Lara van Ruijven
[40]

Dresden 5–7 February 2016Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
7 February 2016 EnergieVerbund Arena 500m   Marianne St-Gelais
  Elise Christie
  Lara van Ruijven [41]
7 February 2016 EnergieVerbund Arena 1000m   Marianne St-Gelais
  Tao Jiaying
  Petra Jaszapati [42]
7 February 2016 EnergieVerbund Arena 1500m (1)
1500m (2)
  Elise Christie
  Choi Min-jeong
  Choi Min-jeong
  Noh Do-hee
  Kim Alang
  Kim Alang
[43]
7 February 2016 EnergieVerbund Arena 5000m relay   Italy   Hungary   Japan [44]

Dordrecht 12–14 February 2016Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
14 February 2016 Sportboulevard Dordrecht 500m   Elise Christie   Choi Min-jeong   Marianne St-Gelais [45]
14 February 2016 Sportboulevard Dordrecht 1000m (1)
1000m (2)
  Elise Christie
  Noh Do-hee
  Choi Min-jeong
  Valérie Maltais
  Jamie Macdonald
  Tao Jiaying
[46]
14 February 2016 Sportboulevard Dordrecht 1500m   Marianne St-Gelais   Guo Yihan   Suzanne Schulting [47]
14 February 2016 Sportboulevard Dordrecht 5000m relay   Italy   Russia   France [48]

World Cup standingsEdit

Men's 500 metresEdit

Final standings after 8 events

Pos Athlete Points
1.   Dmitry Migunov (RUS) 31810
2.   Charles Hamelin (CAN) 30342
3.   Samuel Girard (CAN) 25616
4.   Wu Dajing (CHN) 23280
5.   François Hamelin (CAN) 20100

Women's 500 metresEdit

Final standings after 8 events

Pos Athlete Points
1.   Marianne St-Gelais (CAN) 48800
2.   Elise Christie (GBR) 45216
3.   Fan Kexin (CHN) 43198
4.   Lara van Ruijven (NED) 24138
5.   Choi Min-jeong (KOR) 23120

Men's 1000 metresEdit

Final standings after 8 events

Pos Athlete Points
1.   Semen Elistratov (RUS) 37200
2.   Charle Cournoyer (CAN) 34599
3.   Charles Hamelin (CAN) 25120
4.   Sándor Liu Shaolin (HUN) 17678
5.   Kwak Yoon-Gy (KOR) 16415

Women's 1000 metresEdit

Final standings after 8 events

Pos Athlete Points
1.   Choi Min-jeong (KOR) 36000
2.   Valérie Maltais (CAN) 29019
3.   Shim Suk-hee (KOR) 26400
4.   Marianne St-Gelais (CAN) 26000
5.   Tao Jiaying (CHN) 25970

Men's 1500 metresEdit

Final standings after 8 events

Pos Athlete Points
1.   Kwak Yoon-gy (KOR) 45920
2.   Sjinkie Knegt (NED) 43677
3.   Park Ji-won (KOR) 30593
4.   François Hamelin (CAN) 17311
5.   Charles Hamelin (CAN) 13457

Women's 1500 metresEdit

Final standings after 8 events

Pos Athlete Points
1.   Choi Min-jeong (KOR) 48000
2.   Shim Suk-hee (KOR) 36000
3.   Noh Do-hee (KOR) 23020
4.   Valérie Maltais (CAN) 21900
5.   Marianne St-Gelais (CAN) 19677

Men's 5000 metre relayEdit

Final standings after 6 events

Pos Athlete Points
1.   Canada 30800
2.   Netherlands 30096
3.   China 29520
4.   Russia 27373
5.   Hungary 25616

Women's 3000 metre relayEdit

Final standings after 6 events

Pos Athlete Points
1.   South Korea 40000
2.   Canada 27520
3.   China 26240
4.   Russia 25920
5.   Italy 25242

Men's overallEdit

Final standings after 6 events

Pos Athlete Points
1   Canada 52400
2   South Korea 43920
3   Russia 34893
4   China 32493
5   Netherlands 27452

Women's overallEdit

Final standings after 6 events

Pos Athlete Points
1   South Korea 54400
2   Canada 47200
3   China 44900
4   Netherlands 24830
5   Russia 21912

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ http://www.isu.org/en/short-track-speed-skating/news/2015/04/isu-world-cup-short-track-speed-skating-201516
  2. ^ http://www.isu.org/en/short-track-speed-skating/news/2015/10/isu-world-cup-short-track-speed-skating-series-201516-media-accreditations
  3. ^ "Home News & Info News Historical first for Toronto which will hold the ISU Short Track Speed Skating World Cup #2 on November 6-8, 2015". speedskating.ca/. Speed Skating Canada. 28 May 2015. Retrieved 1 November 2015. Toronto will host for the very first time an international speed skating competition this fall, as the best short track speed skaters in the world will meet at the MasterCard Centre, November 6–8, 2015, for the second ISU Short Track World Cup of the 2015-2016 season.

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