ISU Short Track Speed Skating World Cup

The Short Track Speed Skating World Cup is a series of international short track speed skating competitions, organised yearly by the International Skating Union since the winter of 1998/1999. Every year during the winter, a number of competitions on a number of different distances are held. Skaters can earn points at each competition and the skater who has the most points on a given distance at the end of the series is the winner.

Overall World Cup winnersEdit

MenEdit

Season Overall 500 m 1,000 m 1,500 m 5,000 m relay Nations
1998–99   Li Jiajun   Fabio Carta   Kim Dong-Sung   Kim Dong-Sung   Italy
1999–00   Kim Dong-Sung   Li Jiajun   Kim Dong-Sung   Li Jiajun   South Korea   South Korea
2000–01   Apolo Anton Ohno   Apolo Anton Ohno   Apolo Anton Ohno   Apolo Anton Ohno   Canada   Canada
2001–02   Kim Dong-Sung (2)   Kim Dong-Sung   Kim Dong-Sung (3)   Kim Dong-Sung (2)   South Korea   South Korea
2002–03   Apolo Anton Ohno   Jean-François Monette   Apolo Anton Ohno   Fabio Carta   Canada   Canada
2003–04   Ahn Hyun-soo   Li Jiajun (2)   Ahn Hyun-soo   Ahn Hyun-soo   China   China
2004–05   Apolo Anton Ohno (3)   Mathieu Turcotte   Apolo Anton Ohno (3)   Apolo Anton Ohno (2)   Canada   Canada
2005–06   Ahn Hyun-soo (2)   Ahn Hyun-soo   Lee Ho-suk   Ahn Hyun-soo (2)   South Korea   South Korea
2006–07   Tyson Heung   Tyson Heung   Lee Ho-suk (2)   Kim Hyun-Kon   Italy   South Korea
2007–08   Lee Ho-suk   Sung Si-Bak   Ahn Hyun-soo (2)   Lee Ho-Suk   South Korea   South Korea
2008–09   Sung Si-Bak   François-Louis Tremblay   Lee Ho-Suk (3)   Sung Si-Bak   Canada   South Korea
2009–10   Lee Jung-su   Charles Hamelin   Lee Jung-Su   Lee Jung-Su   South Korea   South Korea
2010–11*   Thibaut Fauconnet   Simon Cho   Thibaut Fauconnet   Maxime Chataignier   Canada   Canada
2011–12   Noh Jin-Kyu   Olivier Jean   Kwak Yoon-Gy   Noh Jin-Kyu   Canada   South Korea
2012–13   Noh Jin-Kyu (2)   Charles Hamelin (2)   Kwak Yoon-Gy (2)   Noh Jin-Kyu (2)   South Korea (6)   South Korea
2013–14   Charles Hamelin   Victor An (2)   Charles Hamelin   Lee Han-bin   United States   Canada
2014–15   Sin Da-woon   Dmitry Migunov   Semion Elistratov   Sin Da-woon   Netherlands   South Korea
2015–16   Kwak Yoon-Gy   Dmitry Migunov (2)   Semion Elistratov (2)   Kwak Yoon-gy   Canada   Canada (6)
2016–17   Shaoang Liu   Wu Dajing   Shaoang Liu   Sjinkie Knegt   Netherlands (2)   South Korea
2017–18   Hwang Dae-heon   Wu Dajing (2)   Shaolin Sándor Liu   Hwang Dae-heon   Canada (8)   South Korea
2018–19   Lim Hyo-jun   Lim Hyo-jun   Park Ji-won   Kim Gun-woo   Hungary   South Korea
2019–20   Park Ji-won   Shaolin Sándor Liu   Park Ji-won (2)   Park Ji-won   Russia   South Korea (14)
2020–21 Cancelled[1]
2021–22

*no results available
*Thibaut Fauconnet was disqualified after failing doping tests.

  • World Cup Results - Country Medal Table
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  South Korea311217161689
2  Canada140158168466
3  China101106101308
4  United States756488227
5  Russia303838106
6  Italy233646105
7  Hungary20241963
8  Netherlands13323075
9  Japan9283875
10  France371323
Totals (10 nations)7257107022137

WomenEdit

Season Overall 500 m 1,000 m 1,500 m 3,000 m relay Nations
1998–99   Yang Yang (A)   Wang Chunlu   Yang Yang (S)   Yang Yang (A)   China
1999–00   Yang Yang (A)   Yang Yang (S)   Yang Yang (A)   Yang Yang (A)   China   China
2000–01   Yang Yang (A)   Evgenia Radanova   Yang Yang (A)   Yang Yang (A)   China   China
2001–02   Yang Yang (A)   Yang Yang (S) (4)   Yang Yang (A) (4)   Yang Yang (A) (4)   South Korea   China
2002–03   Fu Tianyu   Amélie Goulet-Nadon   Amélie Goulet-Nadon   Amélie Goulet-Nadon   China   China
2003–04   Choi Eun-Kyung (2)   Fu Tianyu   Choi Eun-Kyung   Choi Eun-Kyung   South Korea   South Korea
2004–05   Wang Meng   Wang Meng   Choi Eun-Kyung (2)   Jin Sun-Yu   China   China
2005–06   Jin Sun-Yu   Wang Meng   Wang Meng   Jin Sun-Yu   South Korea   South Korea
2006–07   Byun Chun-Sa   Wang Meng   Byun Chun-Sa   Jung Eun-Ju   Italy   China
2007–08   Jin Sun-Yu (2)   Wang Meng   Jin Sun-Yu   Jin Sun-Yu (3)   China   China
2008–09   Wang Meng   Wang Meng   Wang Meng   Zhou Yang   China   China
2009–10   Wang Meng (3)   Wang Meng   Wang Meng (3)   Zhou Yang (2)   China   China
2010–11   Katherine Reutter   Marianne St-Gelais   Katherine Reutter   Katherine Reutter   China   China
2011–12   Arianna Fontana   Arianna Fontana   Yui Sakai   Cho Ha-Ri   China   China (12)
2012–13   Shim Suk Hee   Wang Meng   Elise Christie   Shim Suk Hee   China (10)   South Korea
2013–14   Shim Suk Hee   Wang Meng (8)   Shim Suk Hee   Shim Suk Hee   South Korea   South Korea
2014–15   Shim Suk Hee (3)   Fan Kexin   Shim Suk Hee (2)   Choi Min-jeong   South Korea   South Korea
2015–16   Choi Min-jeong   Marianne St-Gelais   Choi Min-jeong   Choi Min-jeong   South Korea   South Korea
2016–17   Suzanne Schulting   Marianne St-Gelais (3)   Suzanne Schulting   Shim Suk Hee (3)   South Korea   South Korea
2017–18   Choi Min-jeong (2)   Choi Min-jeong   Choi Min-jeong (2)   Choi Min-jeong (3)   South Korea (8)   South Korea (8)
2018–19   Suzanne Schulting   Natalia Maliszewska   Suzanne Schulting   Suzanne Schulting   Russia   Netherlands
2019–20   Suzanne Schulting (3)   Kim Boutin   Suzanne Schulting (3)   Suzanne Schulting (2)   Netherlands   Netherlands (2)
2020–21 Cancelled[3]
2021–22

*no results available

  • Medals:[4]
  • World Cup Results - Country Medal Table
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  China279209156644
2  South Korea274231163668
3  Canada62105145312
4  Italy224657125
5  Netherlands22252572
6  Bulgaria21344499
7  United States213149101
8  Great Britain13121338
9  Russia5162041
10  Japan393244
Totals (10 nations)7227187042144

MixedEdit

Season 2,000 m relay
2018–19   Russia
2019–20   Russia (2)
  • Medals:
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Russia3407
2  China3115
3  Hungary2103
4  South Korea1236
5  Netherlands1214
6  Canada1102
7  France0022
8  Great Britain0011
  Japan0011
  United States0011
Totals (10 nations)11111032

All-time medal countEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  South Korea5864503271363
2  China383316258957
3  Canada203264314781
4  United States9695138329
5  Italy4582103230
6  Russia385858154
7  Netherlands365956151
8  Hungary24272273
9  Bulgaria21344499
10  Great Britain15192357
Totals (10 nations)1447140413434194

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