2020 Four Continents Speed Skating Championships

The 2020 Four Continents Speed Skating Championships were the first edition of the championship and held from January 31 to February 2, 2020, at the Pettit National Ice Center in Milwaukee, United States.[2]

2020 Four Continents Speed Skating Championships
VenuePettit National Ice Center, Milwaukee, United States
DatesJanuary 31 – February 2, 2020
Competitors75[1] from 9 nations
2022

ScheduleEdit

All times are local (UTC–6).

Date Time Events
31 January 14:30 500 m women
500 m men
3000 m women
5000 m men
Team sprint women
Team sprint men
1 February 13:00 1500 m women
1500 m men
Mass start women
Mass start men
2 February 13:00 1000 m women
1000 m men
Team pursuit women
Team pursuit men

Medal summaryEdit

Medal tableEdit

  *   Host nation (United States)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  South Korea54413
2  United States*5038
3  Canada2518
4  Kazakhstan1337
5  Japan1113
6  China0123
Totals (6 nations)14141442

Men's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
500 m[3] Kim Jun-ho
  South Korea
34.59 TR Alex Boisvert-Lacroix
  Canada
34.73 Roman Krech
  Kazakhstan
34.94
1000 m[4] Koki Kubo
  Japan
1:08.54 Laurent Dubreuil
  Canada
1:08.54 Kim Jin-su
  South Korea
1:08.84
1500 m[5] Kim Min-seok
  South Korea
1:44.56 Jess Neufeld
  Canada
1:45.99 Jake Weidemann
  Canada
1:46.49
5000 m[6] Vitaliy Schigolev
  Kazakhstan
6:19.33 Dmitry Morozov
  Kazakhstan
6:19.48 Emery Lehman
  United States
6:23.29
Team pursuit[7]   Canada
Hayden Mayeur
Kaleb Muller
Jake Weidemann
3:44.36   South Korea
Chung Jae-won
Kim Min-seok
Um Cheon-ho
3:47.62   Kazakhstan
Demyan Gavrilov
Dmitry Morozov
Vitaliy Schigolev
3:47.90
Team sprint[8]   South Korea
Cha Min-kyu
Kim Jin-su
Kim Jun-ho
1:21.08   China
Hou Kaibo
Wang Haotian
Xu Fu
1:21.35   Kazakhstan
Alexander Klenko
Roman Krech
Stanislav Palkin
1:21.41
Mass start[9] Um Cheon-ho
  South Korea
64 pts Chung Jae-won
  South Korea
41 pts Ian Quinn
  United States
21 pts

Women's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
500 m[10] Kim Min-sun
  South Korea
38.41 Brooklyn McDougall
  Canada
38.53 Kim Hyun-yung
  South Korea
38.55
1000 m[11] Brianna Bocox
  United States
1:15.53 Rio Yamada
  Japan
1:16.02 Mia Kilburg
  United States
1:16.04
1500 m[12] Brianna Bocox
  United States
1:57.17 Nadezhda Morozova
  Kazakhstan
1:57.89 Park Ji-woo
  South Korea
1:58.44
3000 m[13] Mia Kilburg
  United States
4:07.00 Nadezhda Morozova
  Kazakhstan
4:07.80 Nana Takahashi
  Japan
4:11.00
Team pursuit[14]   United States
Brianna Bocox
Mia Kilburg
Paige Schwartzburg
3:02.55   Canada
Lindsey Kent
Maddison Pearman
Alexa Scott
3:08.60   China
Adake Ahena Er
Chen Xiangyu
Ma Yuhan
3:14.15
Team sprint[15]   Canada
Noémie Fiset
Maddison Pearman
Brooklyn McDougall
1:29.82   South Korea
Kim Hyun-yung
Kim Min-ji
Kim Min-sun
1:30.70   China
Chen Xiangyu
Lin Xue
Zhang Lina
1:33.38
Mass start[16] Mia Kilburg
  United States
65 pts Kim Bo-reum
  South Korea
40 pts Park Ji-woo
  South Korea
22 pts

Participating nationsEdit

A total of 75 speed skaters from 9 nations contested the events. The numbers in parenthesis represents the number of participants entered.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Entry List". ISU. Retrieved February 1, 2020.
  2. ^ "ISU Four Continents Speed Skating Championships 2020 Milwaukee – Provisional Time Schedule". ISU. September 24, 2019. Retrieved February 1, 2020.
  3. ^ Men's 500 metres results
  4. ^ Men's 1000 metres results
  5. ^ Men's 1500 metres results
  6. ^ Men's 5000 metres results
  7. ^ Men's team pursuit results
  8. ^ Men's team sprint results
  9. ^ Men's mass start results
  10. ^ Women's 500 metres results
  11. ^ Women's 1000 metres results
  12. ^ Women's 1500 metres results
  13. ^ Women's 3000 metres results
  14. ^ Women's team pursuit results
  15. ^ Women's team sprint results
  16. ^ Women's mass start results

External linksEdit