2016–17 ISU Short Track Speed Skating World Cup

The 2016–17 ISU Short Track Speed Skating World Cup was a multi-race tournament over a season for short track speed skating. The season began on 5 November 2016 in Canada and ended on 10 February 2017.[1][2] The World Cup was organised by the ISU who also ran world cups and championships in speed skating and figure skating.

ISU Short Track World Cup
Short track speed skating pictogram.svg
Dates2016–17

CalendarEdit

MenEdit

Calgary 4–6 November 2016Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
5 November 2016
6 November 2016
Calgary Olympic Oval
Calgary Olympic Oval
500m (1)
500m (2)
  Samuel Girard
  Sándor Liu Shaolin
  Wu Dajing
  Semen Elistratov
  Victor An
  Sjinkie Knegt
[1]
[2]
6 November 2016 Calgary Olympic Oval 1000m   Charle Cournoyer   Samuel Girard   Shaoang Liu [3]
5 November 2016 Calgary Olympic Oval 1500m   Sjinkie Knegt   Vladislav Bykanov   Semen Elistratov [4]
6 November 2016 Calgary Olympic Oval 5000m relay   Hungary
Shaoang Liu
Sándor Liu Shaolin
Csaba Burjan
Viktor Knoch
  Netherlands
Daan Breeuwsma
Sjinkie Knegt
Dennis Visser
Itzhak de Laat
  South Korea
Han Seung-soo
Lee Jung-su
Sin Da-woon
Lim Kyoung-won
[5]

Salt Lake City 11–13 November 2016Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
13 November 2016 Utah Olympic Oval 500m   Abzal Azhgaliyev   Han Tianyu   Charles Hamelin [6]
12 November 2016 Utah Olympic Oval 1000m   Lim Kyoung-won   Hwang Daeheon   Thibaut Fauconnet [7]
12 November 2016
13 November 2016
Utah Olympic Oval
Utah Olympic Oval
1500m (1)
1500m (2)
  Samuel Girard
  Sjinkie Knegt WR
  Sándor Liu Shaolin
  Lee Jung-su
  John-Henry Krueger
  Semen Elistratov
[8]
13 November 2016 Utah Olympic Oval 5000m relay   China
Han Tianyu
Xu Hongzhi
Wu Dajing
Ren Ziwei
  Netherlands
Daan Breeuwsma
Sjinkie Knegt
Adwin Snellink
Itzhak de Laat
  Kazakhstan
Abzal Azhgaliyev
Aydar Bekzhanov
Nurbergen Zhumagaziyev
Denis Nikisha
[9]

Shanghai 9–11 December 2016Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
10 December 2016
11 December 2016
Oriental Sports Center
Oriental Sports Center
500m (1)
500m (2)
  Wu Dajing
  Wu Dajing
  Liu Shaoang
  Sándor Liu Shaolin
  Viktor Ahn
  Sjinkie Knegt
[10]
11 December 2016 Oriental Sports Center 1000m   Liu Shaoang   Lim Kyoung-won   Han Seung-soo [11]
10 December 2016 Oriental Sports Center 1500m   Lee Jung-su   Semen Elistratov   Sjinkie Knegt [12]
11 December 2016 Oriental Sports Center 5000m relay   China   Netherlands   South Korea [13]

Gangneung 16–18 December 2016Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
18 December 2016 Gangneung Ice Arena 500m   Wu Dajing   Denis Nikisha   Han Seung-soo [14]
17 December 2016
18 December 2016
Gangneung Ice Arena
Gangneung Ice Arena
1000m (1)
1000m (2)
  Nurbergen Zhumagaziyev
  Charles Hamelin
  Pascal Dion
  Semen Elistratov
  Patrick Duffy
  Charle Cournoyer
[15]
17 December 2016 Gangneung Ice Arena 1500m   Lee Jung-su   Sjinkie Knegt   Semen Elistratov [16]
18 December 2016 Gangneung Ice Arena 5000m Relay   Hungary   Canada   United States [17]

Dresden 3–5 February 2017Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
5 February 2017 EnergieVerbund Arena 500m   Shaolin Sándor Liu   Hwang Dae-heon   Liu Shaoang [18]
5 February 2017 EnergieVerbund Arena 1000m   Thibaut Fauconnet   Hwang Dae-heon   J. R. Celski [19]
5 February 2017 EnergieVerbund Arena 1500m (1)
1500m (2)
  Charles Hamelin
  Sjinkie Knegt
  Hong Kyung-hwan
  Csaba Burjan
  Alexander Shulginov
  Vladislav Bykanov
[20]
[21]
5 February 2017 EnergieVerbund Arena 5000m relay   Russia   Netherlands   South Korea [22]

Minsk 10–12 February 2017Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
12 February 2017 Minsk-Arena 500m   Denis Nikisha   Abzal Azhgaliyev   Francois Hamelin [23]
12 February 2017 Minsk-Arena 1000m   Hwang Dae-heon   Sjinkie Knegt   Nurbergen Zhumagaziyev [24]
12 February 2017 Minsk-Arena 1500m   Lee Hyo-been   Hong Kyung-hwan   Lim Yong-jin [25]
12 February 2017 Minsk-Arena 5000m relay   Netherlands   Russia   Kazakhstan [26]

WomenEdit

Calgary 4–6 November 2016Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
5 November 2016
6 November 2016
Calgary Olympic Oval
Calgary Olympic Oval
500m (1)
500m (2)
  Fan Kexin
  Elise Christie
  Marianne St-Gelais
  Jamie Macdonald
  Arianna Fontana
  Yara van Kerkhof
[27]
[28]
6 November 2016 Calgary Olympic Oval 1000m   Choi Min-jeong   Shim Suk-hee   Suzanne Schulting [29]
5 November 2016 Calgary Olympic Oval 1500m   Shim Suk-hee   Choi Min-jeong   Suzanne Schulting [30]
6 November 2016 Calgary Olympic Oval 3000m relay   South Korea
Noh Do-hee
Kim Geon-hee
Choi Min-jeong
Shim Suk-hee
  Netherlands
Yara van Kerkhof
Rianne de Vries
Suzanne Schulting
Lara van Ruijven
  Hungary
Sara Luca Bacskai
Petra Jaszapati
Zsófia Kónya
Andrea Keszler
[31]

Salt Lake City 11–13 November 2016Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
13 November 2016 Utah Olympic Oval 500m   Marianne St-Gelais   Choi Min-jeong   Fan Kexin [32]
12 November 2016 Utah Olympic Oval 1000m   Kim Jiyoo   Suzanne Schulting   Zsófia Kónya [33]
12 November 2016
13 November 2016
Utah Olympic Oval
Utah Olympic Oval
1500m (1)
1500m (2)
  Choi Min-jeong
  Shim Suk-hee
  Marianne St-Gelais
  Kim Jiyoo
  Marie-Ève Drolet
  Noh Do-hee
[34]
13 November 2016 Utah Olympic Oval 3000m relay   South Korea
Noh Do-hee
Kim Jiyoo
Choi Min-jeong
Shim Suk-hee
  Netherlands
Yara van Kerkhof
Rianne de Vries
Suzanne Schulting
Jorien ter Mors
  Canada
Marianne St-Gelais
Kim Boutin
Kasandra Bradette
Marie-Ève Drolet
[35]

Shanghai 9–11 December 2016Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
10 December 2016
11 December 2016
Oriental Sports Center
Oriental Sports Center
500m (1)
500m (2)
  Elise Christie
  Elise Christie
  Choi Min-jeong
  Arianna Fontana
  Marianne St-Gelais
  Natalia Maliszewska
[36]
11 December 2016 Oriental Sports Center 1000m   Choi Min-jeong   Kim Jiyoo   Suzanne Schulting [37]
10 December 2016 Oriental Sports Center 1500m   Shim Suk-hee   Kim Jiyoo   Suzanne Schulting [38]
11 December 2016 Oriental Sports Center 3000m relay   South Korea   Canada   Netherlands [39]

Gangneung 16–18 December 2016Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
18 December 2016 Gangneung Ice Arena 500m   Choi Min-jeong   Fan Kexin   Natalia Maliszewska [40]
17 December 2016
18 December 2016
Gangneung Ice Arena
Gangneung Ice Arena
1000m (1)
1000m (2)
  Elise Christie
  Elise Christie
  Choi Min-jeong
  Guo Yihan
  Marie-Ève Drolet
  Shim Suk-hee
[41]
17 December 2016 Gangneung Ice Arena 1500m   Shim Suk-hee   Marianne St-Gelais   Kim Boutin [42]
18 December 2016 Gangneung Ice Arena 3000m relay   South Korea   Netherlands   Canada [43]

Dresden 3–5 February 2017Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
5 February 2017 EnergieVerbund Arena 500m   Marianne St-Gelais   Kim Ye-jin   Jamie MacDonald [44]
5 February 2017 EnergieVerbund Arena 1000m   Marianne St-Gelais   Suzanne Schulting   Valérie Maltais [45]
5 February 2017 EnergieVerbund Arena 1500m (1)
1500m (2)
  Kim Boutin
  Suzanne Schulting
  Rianne de Vries
  Noh Ah-rum
  Charlotte Gilmartin
  Valérie Maltais
[46]
[47]
5 February 2017 EnergieVerbund Arena 3000m relay   Netherlands   Italy   Canada [48]

Minsk 10–12 February 2017Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
12 February 2017 Minsk-Arena 500m   Kim Ye-jin   Arianna Fontana   Yara van Kerkhof [49]
12 February 2017 Minsk-Arena 1000m   Liu Yang   Shione Kaminaga   Cynthia Mascitto [50]
12 February 2017 Minsk-Arena 1500m   Noh Ah-rum   Ekaterina Efremenkova   Lucia Peretti [51]
12 February 2017 Minsk-Arena 3000m relay   Russia   Italy   South Korea [52]

World Cup standingsEdit

Men's 500 metresEdit

Final standings after 8 events

Pos Athlete Points
1.   Wu Dajing (CHN) 38001
2.   Abzal Azhgaliyev (KAZ) 34433
3.   Sándor Liu Shaolin (HUN) 33774
4.   Denis Nikisha (KAZ) 23420
5.   Samuel Girard (CAN) 20632

Women's 500 metresEdit

Final standings after 8 events

Pos Athlete Points
1.   Marianne St-Gelais (CAN) 37021
2.   Elise Christie (GBR) 35264
3.   Fan Kexin (CHN) 33616
4.   Arianna Fontana (ITA) 33213
5.   Choi Min-jeong (KOR) 26000

Men's 1000 metresEdit

Final standings after 8 events

Pos Athlete Points
1.   Shaoang Liu (HUN) 28669
2.   Thibaut Fauconnet (FRA) 27517
3.   Nurbergen Zhumagaziyev (KAZ) 27486
4.   Hwang Daeheon (KOR) 26000
5.   Lim Kyoung-won (KOR) 22619

Women's 1000 metresEdit

Final standings after 8 events

Pos Athlete Points
1.   Suzanne Schulting (NED) 29198
2.   Choi Min-jeong (KOR) 28000
3.   Elise Christie (GBR) 21678
4.   Kim Jiyoo (KOR) 19678
5.   Valerie Maltais (CAN) 19566

Men's 1500 metresEdit

Final standings after 8 events

Pos Athlete Points
1.   Sjinkie Knegt (NED) 44400
2.   Lee Jung-su (KOR) 35217
3.   Semen Elistratov (RUS) 28059
4.   John-Henry Krueger (USA) 24431
5.   Vladislav Bykanov (ISR) 24311

Women's 1500 metresEdit

Final standings after 8 events

Pos Athlete Points
1.   Shim Suk-hee (KOR) 40000
2.   Suzanne Schulting (NED) 25716
3.   Kim Boutin (CAN) 24747
4.   Charlotte Gilmartin (GBR) 22597
5.   Ekaterina Efremenkova (RUS) 21688

Men's 5000 metre relayEdit

Final standings after 6 events

Pos Athlete Points
1   Netherlands 34000
2   Hungary 30240
3   China 30240
4   Russia 26192
5   South Korea 23296

Women's 3000 metre relayEdit

Final standings after 6 events

Pos Athlete Points
1   South Korea 40000
2   Netherlands 34000
3   Canada 27200
4   Italy 24192
5   China 19456

Men's overallEdit

Final standings after events

Pos Athlete Points
1   Netherlands
2   Canada
3   China
4   Russia
5   Canada

Women's overallEdit

Final standings after events

Pos Athlete Points
1   South Korea
2   United Kingdom
3   South Korea
4   Canada
5   Canada

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  South Korea1615637
2  Canada991129
3  China64111
4  Hungary54413
5  Great Britain5016
6  Netherlands410923
7  Kazakhstan2114
8  Russia13610
9  France1012
10  Italy0112
11  Israel0101
12  United States0033
13  Poland0022
14  Japan0011
Totals (14 nations)494847144
  • After Dresden

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "ISU World Cup Short Track Speed Skating 2015/16".
  2. ^ "ISU World Cup Short Track Speed Skating series 2015/16 Media Accreditations".

External linksEdit