Nico Ihle

Nico Ihle (born 2 December 1985 in Karl-Marx-Stadt)[1] (since 1990 renamed Chemnitz) is a German speed skater. He competed at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, in the 500 meters[2] and 1000 meters events and also at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.[1]

Nico Ihle
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Medal record
Men's speed skating
Representing  Germany
World Single Distance Championships
Silver medal – second place 2017 Gangneung 500 m
European Sprint Championships
Bronze medal – third place 2017 Heerenveen Sprint

Speed skatingEdit

Personal records[3]Edit

Event Result Date Location Notes
500 m 34.35 8 December 2017 Utah Olympic Oval, Salt Lake City
1000 m 1:07.06 9 March 2019 Utah Olympic Oval, Salt Lake City
1500 m 1:50.65 26 October 2019 Max Aicher Arena, Inzell
3000 m 4:04.94 22 July 2005 Sportforum Hohenschönhausen, Berlin
5000 m 7:11.88 29 February 2005 de:Gunda-Niemann-Stirnemann-Halle, Erfurt

German national records held by IhleEdit

Event Result Date Location
500 m 34.35 8 December 2017 Utah Olympic Oval, Salt Lake City
2 X 500 m samalog 70.10 10 February 2014 Adler Arena Skating Center, Sochi, Russia
Team sprint 1:20.42 22 November 2015 Utah Olympic Oval, Salt Lake City
Sprint combination 148.983 25–26 February 2017 Olympic Oval, Calgary

Tournament overviewEdit

Season German
Championships
Single
Distances
European
Championships
Sprint
World
Championships
Sprint
World
Championships
Single
Distances
 

Olympic
Games
World
Cup
GWC
World
Championships
Allround
Junior

2004–2005
SEINÄJOKI

8th 500m
22nd 3000m
32nd 1500m
15th 5000m
18th overall
2005–2006
2006–2007 32nd 500m
47th 1000m
70th GWC

2007–2008

  500m
10th 1000m
THIALF

25th 500m
29th 1000m
24th 500m
29th1000m
25th overall
SEOUL

23rd 500m[1]
24th 500m[2]
22nd overall 500m

36th 500m
74th GWC

2008–2009

  500m
  1000m
MOSCOW

18th 500m
25th1000m
18th 500m
19th 1000m
21st overall

29th 500m
36th 1000m
62nd GWC

2009–2010

  500m[1]
  500m[2]
  1000m
OBIHIRO

11th 500m
15th 1000m
16th 500m
15th 500m
13th overall
VANCOUVER

19th 500m[1]
18th 500m[2]
18th overall 500m
25th 1000m

19th 500m
20th 1000m
31st GWC

2010–2011

  500m[1]
  500m[2]
  1000m
THIALF

6th 500m
9th 1000m
15th 500m
16th 1000m
10th overall
NAGANO

14th 500m[1]
10th 500m[2]
13th overall 500m
18th 1000m

11th 500m
9th 1000m
13th GWC
2011–2012   500m[1]
  500m[2]
  1000m
42nd 500m
111th GWC

2012–2013

  500m[1]
  500m[2]
  1000m
SALT LAKE CITY

19th 500m
17th 1000m
11th 500m
12th 1000m
10th overall
SOCHI

18th 500[1]
14th 500[2]
15th overall 500m
15th 1000m

24th 500m
15th 1000m
43rd GWC

2013–2014

  500m[1}
  500m[2]
  1000m
SOCHI

7th 500m[1]
9th 500m[2]
8th 500m overall
4th 1000m

10th 500m
17th 1000m
10th GWC
2014–2015
  500m[1]
  500m[2]
  1000m
NUR–SULTAN

7th 500m
  1000m
DQ3 500m
THIALF

15th 500m[1]
14th 500m[2]
13th overall 500m
7th 1000m

5th 500m
  1000m
4th GWC

2015–2016

  500m[1]
  500m[2]
  1000m
SEOUL

5th 500m
  1000m
13th 500m
6th 1000m
4th overall
KOLOMNA

15th 1000m

29th 500m
13th 1000m
46th GWC

2016–2017

  500m[1]
  500m[2]
  1000m
THIALF

  500m
4th 1000m
8th 500m
 1000m
  overall
CALGARY

5th 500m
5th 1000m
22nd 500m
5th 1000m
8th overall
GANGNEUNG

  500m
4th 1000m

7th 500m
5th 1000m
7th GWC

2017–2018

  500m
  1000m
CHANGCHUM

9th 500m
5th 1000m
7th 500m
  1000m
4th overall
GANGNEUNG

8th 500m
8th 1000m

11th 500m
8th 1000m
10th GWC

2018–2019

  500m
DQ 1000m
COLLALBO

11th 500m
4th 1000m
7th 500m
  1000m
5th overall
THIALF

7th 500m
7th 1000m
10th 500m
4th 1000m
7th overall
INZELL

11th 500m
8th 1000m
4th Team sprint

18th 500m
6th 1000m
25th GWC

2019–2020

  500m
  1000m
HAMAR

13th 500m
9th 1000m
13th 500m
9th 1000m
10th overall
SALT LAKE CITY

18th 500m
7th 1000m

26th 500m
10th 1000m
12th Team sprint

source GWC:[4]

source German data:[5]

World Cup overview[6][circular reference]Edit

Season 500 meter
2005–2006 38th 37th 21st(b) 21st(b) 22nd(b) 20th(b) 16th 19th 14th(b) 10th(b)
2006–2007 6th(b) 3rd(b) 9th(b) 8th(b) 14th(b) 13th(b) 6th(b) 6th(b) 7th(b) 2nd(b)
2007–2008 21st 24th DQ(b) 10th(b) 15th(b) 8th(b) 7th(b) 4th(b) 8th(b) 7th(b) 4th(b) 6th(b)
2008–2009 8th(b) 9th(b) 4th(b) 13th(b) 14th(b) 8th(b) 3rd(b) 7th(b) 3rd(b) 7th(b) 4th(b) 7th(b) 3rd(b)
2009–2010 6th(b) 5th(b) 16th(b) 6th(b) 8th(b) 6th(b) 4th(b) 3rd(b) 12th 12th 10th 7th
2010–2011 5th 10th 7th 19th 13th 16th 11th 15th 7th 4th 17th 12th
2011–2012 4th(b) 19th(b)
2012–2013 8th(b) 9th(b 2nd(b) 8th(b) 18th 20th 6th 3rd(b) 1st(b)
2013–2014 7th(b) 16(b) 13th(b) 2nd(b) 15th 16th 13th 10th 3rd 2nd 4th 4th
2014–2015 5th 11th 4th 7th 5th 8th DQ 9th 3rd 3rd 8th 4th
2015–2016 17th DQ 13th(b) 24(b) 5th(b) 15th(b) 3rd(b) 18th 7th(b) 13(b)
2016–2017 5th(b) 4th(b)   12th 18th 11th   8th 6th 11th
2017–2018   15th 18th 16th 18th 7th 18th 5th 5th 11th 10th
2018–2019 5th 17th 8th 11th 11th 16th 15th 10th
2019–2020 10th(b) 7th(b) 2nd(b) 17th 14th(b)
Season 1000 meter
2005–2006
2006–2007 14th(b) 11th(b) 8th(b) 8th(b) 4th(b)
2007–2008
2008–2009 20th(b) 5th(b) 3rd(b) 3rd(b) 4th(b) DNF(b)
2009–2010 16th 20th 18th 7th 16th 17th 16th
2010–2011 1st(b) 7th 10th 4th 10th 8th 6th 18th
2011–2012 4th(b) 19th(b)
2012–2013 5th(b) 10th 11th 19th 17th 10th 15th  
2013–2014 5th(b) DQ 6th(b) 8th 8th
2014–2015 10th 8th   9th   4th 5th
2015–2016 17th DQ(b) DQ(b) 2nd(b) 10th 10th 6th
2016–2017 1st(b) 5th 4th 11th 8th    
2017–2018 DQ 1st(b) 15th 13th 5th 4th 4th
2018–2019 8th 9th 8th 6th 13th 6th 7th
2019–2020 13th 5th 12th 11th 10th
  • – = Did not participate
  • (b) = Division B
  • DQ = Disqualified
  • DNF = Did not finish
  • GWC = Grand World Cup

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Evans, Hilary; Gjerde, Arild; Heijmans, Jeroen; Mallon, Bill; et al. "Nico Ihle". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Archived from the original on 2018-02-21. Retrieved 2018-02-21.
  2. ^ "Nico Ihle". Sochi2014.com. Sochi 2014 Olympic and Paralympic Organizing Committee. Archived from the original on 5 July 2014. Retrieved 10 February 2014.
  3. ^ "Skater Profile | Nico Ihle | Men | Germany".
  4. ^ "SpeedSkatingNews.info".
  5. ^ https://speedskatingresults.com/index.php?p=46&n=16
  6. ^ ISU Speed Skating World Cup

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