2018–19 ISU Short Track Speed Skating World Cup

The 2018–19 ISU Short Track Speed Skating World Cup was a multi-race tournament over a season for short track speed skating. The season began on 2 November 2018 in Canada and ended on 10 February 2019 in Italy. The World Cup was organised by the ISU who also runs world cups and championships in speed skating and figure skating.

2018–19 ISU Short Track Speed Skating World Cup
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Dates2 November 2018 – 10 February 2019

The World Cup consisted of five competitions this year.

CalendarEdit

MenEdit

Calgary 2–4 November 2018Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
3 November 2018 Olympic Oval 500m (1)   Wu Dajing   Shaoang Liu   Kim Gun-woo [1]
4 November 2018 Olympic Oval 500m (2)   Wu Dajing   Abzal Azhgaliev   Shaolin Sandor Liu [2]
4 November 2018 Olympic Oval 1000m   Shaoang Liu   Park Ji-won   Ren Ziwei [3]
3 November 2018 Olympic Oval 1500m   Kazuki Yoshinaga   Lee June-seo   Vladislav Bykanov [4]
4 November 2018 Olympic Oval 5000m relay   Hungary   South Korea   Netherlands [5]

Salt Lake City 9–11 November 2018Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
11 November 2018 Utah Olympic Oval 500m   Wu Dajing   Lim Hyo-jun   Shaoang Liu [6]
10 November 2018 Utah Olympic Oval 1000m (1)   Shaolin Sandor Liu   Ren Ziwei   Park Ji-won [7]
11 November 2018 Utah Olympic Oval 1000m (2)   Hong Kyung-hwan   Thibaut Fauconnet   Denis Ayrapetyan [8]
10 November 2018 Utah Olympic Oval 1500m   Sjinkie Knegt   Lee June-seo   Steven Dubois [9]
11 November 2018 Utah Olympic Oval 5000m relay   Hungary   China   Russia [10]

Almaty 7–9 December 2018Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
9 December 2018 Halyk Arena 500m   Samuel Girard   Shaoang Liu   Abzal Azhgaliev [11]
8 December 2018 Halyk Arena 1000m   Shaoang Liu   Sjinkie Knegt   Lee June-seo [12]
8 December 2018 Halyk Arena 1500m (1)   Lim Hyo-jun   Kim Gun-woo   Hwang Dae-heon [13]
9 December 2018 Halyk Arena 1500m (2)   Kim Gun-woo   Hong Kyung-hwan   Lee June-seo [14]
9 December 2018 Halyk Arena 5000m relay   Netherlands   Canada   China [15]

Dresden 1–3 February 2019Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
3 February 2019 EnergieVerbund Arena 500m   Lim Hyo-jun   Hwang Dae-heon   Cedrik Blais [16]
2 February 2019 EnergieVerbund Arena 1000m (1)   Hwang Dae-heon   Charle Cournoyer   Hong Kyung-hwan [17]
3 February 2019 EnergieVerbund Arena 1000m (2)   Park Ji-won   Vladislav Bykanov   Sebastien Lepape [18]
2 February 2019 EnergieVerbund Arena 1500m   Kim Gun-woo   Charles Hamelin   Lim Hyo-jun [19]
3 February 2019 EnergieVerbund Arena 5000m relay   Canada   Japan   Hungary [20]

Torino 8–10 February 2019Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
9 February 2019 Tazzoli Ice Rink 500m (1)   Hwang Dae-heon   Shaolin Sandor Liu   Cedrik Blais [21]
10 February 2019 Tazzoli Ice Rink 500m (2)   Lim Hyo-jun   Kim Gun-woo   Yu Songnan [22]
10 February 2019 Tazzoli Ice Rink 1000m   Hwang Dae-heon   Park Ji-won   Steven Dubois [23]
9 February 2019 Tazzoli Ice Rink 1500m   Kim Gun-woo   Hong Kyung-hwan   Steven Dubois [24]
10 February 2019 Tazzoli Ice Rink 5000m relay   Russia   Japan   Italy [25]

WomenEdit

Calgary 2–4 November 2018Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
3 November 2018 Olympic Oval 500m (1)   Natalia Maliszewska   Yara van Kerkhof   Alyson Charles [26]
4 November 2018 Olympic Oval 500m (2)   Lara van Ruijven   Fan Kexin   Alyson Charles [27]
4 November 2018 Olympic Oval 1000m   Suzanne Schulting   Sofia Prosvirnova   Veronique Pierron [28]
3 November 2018 Olympic Oval 1500m   Suzanne Schulting   Courtney Lee Sarault   Ekaterina Efremenkova [29]
4 November 2018 Olympic Oval 3000m relay   Russia   South Korea   Canada [30]

Salt Lake City 9–11 November 2018Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
11 November 2018 Utah Olympic Oval 500m   Natalia Maliszewska   Suzanne Schulting   Fan Kexin [31]
10 November 2018 Utah Olympic Oval 1000m (1)   Suzanne Schulting   Sofia Prosvirnova   Fan Kexin [32]
11 November 2018 Utah Olympic Oval 1000m (2)   Alyson Charles   Anna Seidel   Noh Ah-reum [33]
10 November 2018 Utah Olympic Oval 1500m   Choi Min-jeong   Kim Ji-yoo   Li Xuan [34]
11 November 2018 Utah Olympic Oval 3000m relay   South Korea   Russia   Japan [35]

Almaty 7–9 December 2018Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
9 December 2018 Halyk Arena 500m   Petra Jaszapati   Lara van Ruijven   Natalia Maliszewska [36]
8 December 2018 Halyk Arena 1000m   Suzanne Schulting   Kim Boutin   Noh Ah-reum [37]
8 December 2018 Halyk Arena 1500m (1)   Kim Geon-hee   Ekaterina Efremenkova   Li Jinyu [38]
9 December 2018 Halyk Arena 1500m (2)   Choi Min-jeong   Suzanne Schulting   Kim Boutin [39]
9 December 2018 Halyk Arena 3000m relay   Netherlands   South Korea   Canada [40]

Dresden 1–3 February 2019Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
3 February 2019 EnergieVerbund Arena 500m   Martina Valcepina   Lara van Ruijven   Natalia Maliszewska [41]
2 February 2019 EnergieVerbund Arena 1000m (1)   Sofia Prosvirnova   Choi Ji-hyun   Cynthia Mascitto [42]
3 February 2019 EnergieVerbund Arena 1000m (2)   Suzanne Schulting   Kim Ji-yoo   Zhang Chutong [43]
2 February 2019 EnergieVerbund Arena 1500m   Kim Ji-yoo   Kim Boutin   Suzanne Schulting [44]
3 February 2019 EnergieVerbund Arena 3000m relay   Russia   Netherlands   Canada [45]

Torino 8–10 February 2019Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
9 February 2019 Tazzoli Ice Rink 500m (1)   Martina Valcepina   Natalia Maliszewska   Kim Boutin [46]
10 February 2019 Tazzoli Ice Rink 500m (2)   Martina Valcepina   Elise Christie   Maame Biney [47]
10 February 2019 Tazzoli Ice Rink 1000m   Kim Boutin   Choi Min-jeong   Alyson Charles [48]
9 February 2019 Tazzoli Ice Rink 1500m   Suzanne Schulting   Kim Ji-yoo   Anna Seidel [49]
10 February 2019 Tazzoli Ice Rink 3000m relay   Netherlands   Italy   Russia [50]

MixedEdit

Calgary 2–4 November 2018Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
4 November 2018 Olympic Oval 2000m relay   China   Netherlands   South Korea [51]

Salt Lake City 9–11 November 2018Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
11 November 2018 Utah Olympic Oval 2000m relay   Hungary   Netherlands   France [52]

Almaty 7–9 December 2018Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
9 December 2018 Halyk Arena 2000m relay   Canada   South Korea   China [53]

Dresden 1–3 February 2019Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
3 February 2019 EnergieVerbund Arena 2000m relay   Russia   Hungary   Great Britain [54]

Torino 8–10 February 2019Edit

Date Place Distance Winner Second Third Reference
10 February 2019 Tazzoli Ice Rink 2000m relay   Russia   Canada   United States [55]

World Cup standingsEdit

Men's 500 metresEdit

Standings after 5 events

Pos Athlete Points
1.   Lim Hyo-jun (KOR) 31439
2.   Wu Dajing (CHN) 30000
3.   Samuel Girard (CAN) 26434
4.   Hwang Dae-heon (KOR) 23235
5.   Shaolin Sandor Liu (HUN) 22632

Women's 500 metresEdit

Standings after 5 events

Pos Athlete Points
1.   Natalia Maliszewska (POL) 40800
2.   Martina Valcepina (ITA) 39216
3.   Lara van Ruijven (NED) 35216
4.   Yara van Kerkhof (NED) 20975
5.   Petra Jaszapati (HUN) 19306

Men's 1000 metresEdit

Standings after 5 events

Pos Athlete Points
1.   Park Ji-won (KOR) 37520
2.   Hong Kyung-hwan (KOR) 24459
3.   Shaoang Liu (HUN) 23277
4.   Ren Ziwei (CHN) 20954
5.   Hwang Dae-heon (KOR) 20000

Women's 1000 metresEdit

Standings after 5 events

Pos Athlete Points
1.   Suzanne Schulting (NED) 40000
2.   Sofia Prosvirnova (RUS) 29695
3.   Alyson Charles (CAN) 26640
4.   Veronique Pierron (FRA) 18105
5.   Kim Boutin (CAN) 18000

Men's 1500 metresEdit

Standings after 5 events

Pos Athlete Points
1.   Kim Gun-woo (KOR) 38000
2.   Steven Dubois (CAN) 23040
3.   Lee June-seo (KOR) 22515
4.   Lim Hyo-jun (KOR) 19902
5.   Hong Kyung-hwan (KOR) 17074

Women's 1500 metresEdit

Standings after 5 events

Pos Athlete Points
1.   Suzanne Schulting (NED) 34400
2.   Kim Ji-yoo (KOR) 29277
3.   Choi Min-jeong (KOR) 28192
4.   Ekaterina Efremenkova (RUS) 19118
5.   Li Jinyu (CHN) 15870

Men's 5000 metre relayEdit

Standings after 5 events

Pos Athlete Points
1   Hungary 29677
2   Canada 26397
3   Japan 24192
4   Netherlands 23617
5   China 23616

Women's 3000 metre relayEdit

Standings after 5 events

Pos Athlete Points
1   Russia 34400
2   Netherlands 33120
3   South Korea 32400
4   Canada 20541
5   Italy 15741

Mixed 2000 metre relayEdit

Standings after 5 events

Pos Athlete Points
1   Russia 25898
2   China 25616
3   Canada 25373
4   Hungary 24717
5   South Korea 20862

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