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2016 European Speed Skating Championships

The 2016 European Speed Skating Championships were held in Minsk, Belarus, from 9 to 10 January 2016. Skaters from 17 countries participated.[2]

2016 European Speed Skating Championships
VenueMinsk-Arena, Minsk, Belarus[1]
Dates9–10 January 2016[1]
Medalist men
1st, gold medalist(s) Sven Kramer  NED
2nd, silver medalist(s) Bart Swings  BEL
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Jan Blokhuijsen  NED
Medalist women
1st, gold medalist(s) Martina Sáblíková  CZE
2nd, silver medalist(s) Ireen Wüst  NED
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Antoinette de Jong  NED

Sven Kramer and Ireen Wüst of the Netherlands were the defending champions. Kramer successfully defended his title, winning a record 8th title overall, and Martina Sáblíková of the Czech Republic won her 5th title.[3]

Contents

ScheduleEdit

The schedule of events:[4]

 Date   Events 
 Saturday, 9 January 
 15:00h
 500 m women 
 500 m men 
 3000 m women 
 5000 m men 
 Sunday, 10 January 
 15:00h
 1500 m women 
 1500 m men 
 5000 m women 
 10,000 m men 

All times are FET (UTC+3).

Men's championshipsEdit

DNS = did not start, WDR = withdrew, DQ = disqualified

Day 1Edit

Day 2Edit

Final rankingEdit

Rank Skater Nat. 500 m 5000 m 1500 m 10,000 m Points Behind
  Sven Kramer   36.56 (4) 6:19.17 (1) 1:48.08 (5) 13:11.98 (1) 150.102
  Bart Swings   36.73 (9) 6:24.91 (3) 1:46.41 (2) 13:15.47 (2) 150.464 +0.37
  Jan Blokhuijsen   36.57 (5) 6:22.36 (2) 1:48.79 (9) 13:22.14 (3) 151.176 +1.08
4 Håvard Bøkko   36.63 (6) 6:31.62 (4) 1:48.87 (10) 13:35.21 (4) 152.842 +2.74
5 Andrea Giovannini   36.87 (11) 6:32.22 (5) 1:48.97 (12) 13:41.39 (5) 153.484 +3.39
6 Haralds Silovs   36.70 (7) 6:33.83 (6) 1:48.46 (6) 13:53.25 (6) 153.898 +3.80
7 Jan Szymański   37.21 (16) 6:34.43 (7) 1:47.48 (3) 13:57.27 (7) 154.342 +4.24
8 Sindre Henriksen   36.71 (8) 6:38.23 (10) 1:48.56 (7) 14:16.64 (8) 155.551 +5.45
9 Denis Yuskov   36.23 (1) 6:35.81 (8) 1:45.18 (1) 110.871
10 Zbigniew Bródka   36.46 (2) 6:42.80 (15) 1:48.05 (4) 112.756
11 Sergey Gryaztsov   37.02 (14) 6:39.18 (12) 1:48.70 (8) 113.171
12 Vitaly Mikhailov   36.88 (12) 6:38.56 (11) 1:49.98 (14) 113.396
13 Sergey Trofimov   36.97 (13) 6:41.84 (14) 1:48.92 (11) 113.460
14 Nicola Tumolero   37.19 (15) 6:36.40 (9) 1:50.48 (15) 113.656
15 Linus Heidegger   37.23 (17) 6:43.13 (16) 1:50.49 (16) 114.373
16 Konrád Nagy   36.48 (3) 6:58.03 (20) 1:49.03 (13) 114.626
17 Livio Wenger   37.38 (18) 6:44.78 (17) 1:51.13 (17) 114.901
18 Felix Maly   38.76 (23) 6:46.08 (18) 1:55.24 (19) 117.781
19 Iñigo Vidondo   38.25 (20) 6:58.59 (21) 1:53.62 (18) 117.982
20 Tuomas Rahnasto   38.50 (22) 7:02.48 (22) 1:56.24 (20) 119.494
21 Piotr Puszkarski   36.76 (10) 6:51.77 (19) DQ (21)
22 Douwe de Vries   37.75 (19) 6:41.56 (13) WDR (22)
23 Sverre Lunde Pedersen   WDR (24) WDR (24)
24 Jonas Pflug   38.37 (21) DNS (23)

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Women's championshipsEdit

Day 1Edit

Day 2Edit

Final rankingEdit

Rank Skater Nat. 500 m 3000 m 1500 m 5000 m Points Behind
  Martina Sáblíková   39.98 (4) 4:03.79 (1) 1:57.00 (1) 6:58.44 (1) 161.455
  Ireen Wüst   39.90 (3) 4:07.32 (3) 1:57.01 (2) 7:10.65 (4) 163.188 +1.74
  Antoinette de Jong   39.76 (2) 4:09.00 (4) 1:58.80 (4) 7:11.83 (5) 164.043 +2.59
4 Marije Joling   40.33 (6) 4:07.14 (2) 1:58.90 (5) 7:10.10 (2) 164.163 +2.71
5 Natalya Voronina   40.46 (8) 4:09.61 (5) 2:01.46 (10) 7:10.19 (3) 165.566 +4.12
6 Ida Njåtun   39.74 (1) 4:10.69 (6) 1:58.51 (3) 7:25.92 (7) 165.616 +4.17
7 Olga Graf   40.57 (11) 4:16.06 (8) 1:59.00 (6) 7:23.33 (6) 167.245 +5.79
8 Francesca Lollobrigida   40.57 (11) 4:15.40 (7) 2:01.90 (11) 7:38.11 (8) 169.580 +8.13
9 Elizaveta Kazelina   40.18 (5) 4:16.13 (9) 2:00.02 (9) 122.874
10 Luiza Złotkowska   40.47 (9) 4:16.68 (10) 1:59.40 (7) 123.050
11 Natalia Czerwonka   40.36 (7) 4:18.20 (12) 1:59.57 (8) 123.249
12 Marina Zueva   40.54 (10) 4:17.80 (11) 2:03.89 (14) 124.802
13 Nikola Zdráhalová   40.89 (14) 4:19.54 (13) 2:03.15 (12) 125.196
14 Sofie-Karoline Haugen   41.07 (15) 4:22.40 (14) 2:03.50 (13) 125.969
15 Tatyana Mikhailova   40.63 (13) 4:29.60 (17) 2:04.10 (15) 126.929
16 Leia Behlau   42.30 (16) 4:27.12 (16) 2:06.46 (16) 128.973
17 Saskia Alusalu   43.09 (17) 4:24.31 (15) 2:07.49 (17) 129.637

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See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Speed Skating Stadium". Minsk-Arena. Retrieved 3 January 2016.
  2. ^ "ISU European Speed Skating Championships". Skating Union of Belarus. Retrieved 3 January 2016.
  3. ^ "Kramer wins record eighth European skating title". The Washington Times/Associated Press. 10 January 2016. Retrieved 22 January 2016.
  4. ^ "Announcement" (PDF). International Skating Union. Retrieved 3 January 2016.
  5. ^ "ISU European Speed Skating Championships 2016 – Result 500m Men". International Skating Union. 9 January 2016. Retrieved 9 January 2016.
  6. ^ "ISU European Speed Skating Championships 2016 – Result 5000m Men". International Skating Union. 9 January 2016. Retrieved 13 January 2016.
  7. ^ "ISU European Speed Skating Championships 2016 – Result 1500m Men". International Skating Union. 10 January 2016. Retrieved 18 January 2016.
  8. ^ "ISU European Speed Skating Championships– Minsk (BLR) Day 2". International Skating Union. January 10, 2016. Retrieved January 21, 2016.
  9. ^ "ISU European Speed Skating Championships 2016 – Result 10000m Men". International Skating Union. 10 January 2016. Retrieved 18 January 2016.
  10. ^ "ISU European Speed Skating Championships 2016 – Classification Men". International Skating Union. 10 January 2016. Retrieved 20 January 2016.
  11. ^ "ISU European Speed Skating Championships 2016 – Result 500m Women". International Skating Union. 9 January 2016. Retrieved 9 January 2016.
  12. ^ "ISU European Speed Skating Championships 2016 – Result 3000m Women". International Skating Union. 9 January 2016. Retrieved 9 January 2016.
  13. ^ "ISU European Speed Skating Championships 2016 – Result 1500m Ladies". International Skating Union. 10 January 2016. Retrieved 18 January 2016.
  14. ^ "ISU European Speed Skating Championships 2016 – Result 5000m Ladies". International Skating Union. 10 January 2016. Retrieved 18 January 2016.
  15. ^ "ISU European Speed Skating Championships 2016 – Classification Ladies". International Skating Union. 10 January 2016. Retrieved 22 January 2016.