Patrick Roest

Patrick Roest (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈpɛtrɪk rust]; born 7 December 1995) is a Dutch professional long track speed skater who has won the World Allround Speed Skating Championships three times. He is a member of the commercial team of Jumbo-Visma.

Patrick Roest
Patrick Roest Eindhoven Trofee dec 2013 (11371637113).jpg
Personal information
NationalityDutch
Born (1995-12-07) 7 December 1995 (age 26)
Lekkerkerk, Netherlands
Height1.87 m (6 ft 2 in)
Weight78 kg (172 lb)
Sport
CountryNetherlands
SportSpeed skating
Event(s)1500 m, 5000 m
ClubTeam Jumbo-Visma

CareerEdit

In Bjugn, Norway, in 2014, Roest became World Junior Champion Allround and he successfully defended his world title in 2015 in Warsaw, Poland.[1][2]

On 12 November he was part of the Dutch team that won the team pursuit event at the first World Cup of the 2016/17 season.[3][4]

Roest was awarded the KNSB Cup for his 1500 m performance at the KNSB Cup in October 2016.[5]

On 13 February 2018 Roest won a silver medal at the 2018 Winter Olympics for the Men's 1500 metres, behind compatriot Kjeld Nuis, with a time of 1:44.86. He also won an Olympic bronze medal in the team pursuit event.

RecordsEdit

Personal recordsEdit

Personal records[6]
Speed skating
Event Result Date Location Notes
500-meter 35.74 2 March 2019 Olympic Oval, Calgary
1000 meter 1:09.04 23 February 2019 Olympic Oval, Calgary
1500 meter 1:42.56 10 March 2019 Utah Olympic Oval, Salt Lake City
3000 meter 3:35.26 19 December 2020 Thialf, Heerenveen
5000 meter 6:03.70 9 March 2019 Utah Olympic Oval, Salt Lake City NR
10000 meter 12:35.20 28 December 2020 Thialf, Heerenveen NR

Roest is the leader of the adelskalender, with 144.056 points.[7]

As of 3 March 2019, Roest is the world record holder of the allround Big Combination classification, having amassed 145.561 points at the World Allround 2019 Championship in Calgary.

World recordsEdit

Nr. Event Result Date Location Notes
1. Big combination 145.561 2/3 March 2019 Calgary

Tournament overviewEdit


Season
Dutch
Championships
Single
Distances
Dutch
Championships
Allround
European
Championships
Allround
World
Championships
Allround
World
Championships
Single
Distances
Olympic
Games
World Cup
GWC
World
Championships
Junior
Allround
European
Championships
Single
Distances

2013–14

13th 1500m
BJUGN

10th 500m
  3000m
  1500m
  5000m
  overall
4th Team pursuit

2014–15

19th 1000m
19th 1500m

7th 500m
15th 5000m
12th 1500m
DNQ 10000m
13th overall
WARSAW

  500m
  1000m
  1500m
  5000m
  overall
  Team pursuit
2015–16 4th 1500m
11th 5000m
4th 500m
5th 5000m
  1500m
6th 10000m
  overall
31st 1500m
24th 5000/10000m
87th GWC

2016–17

  1500m
12th 5000m
9th 10000m

  500m
  5000m
  1500m
5th 10000m
  overall
HAMAR

4th 500m
  5000m
  1500m
5th 10000m
  overall
GANGNEUNG

6th 1500m

  1500m
8th 5000/10000
  Team pursuit
14th GWC

2017–18

8th 1500m
6th 5000m
11th 10000m
AMSTERDAM

  500m
4th 5000m
  1500m
  10000m
  overall
GANGNEUNG

  1500m
  Team pursuit

30th 1500m
28th 5000/10000m
91st GWC

2018–19

  1500m
  5000m
  10000m
COLLALBO

4th 500m
  5000m
  1500m
  10000m
  overall
CALGARY

  500m
  5000m
  1500m
  10000m
  overall
INZELL

7th 1500m
  5000m
  10000m

11th 1500m
4th 5000/10000m
4th Team pursuit
22nd GWC

2019–20

  1500m
  5000m
  10000m
HAMAR

7th 500m
  5000m
  1500m
  10000m
  overall
SALT LAKE CITY

10th 1500m
DQ 5000m
8th 10000m

4th 1500m
  5000/10000
5th Team pursuit
9th GWC
HEERENVEEN

  1500m
  5000m
  Team pursuit

2020–21

  1500m
  5000m
  10000m

  500m
  5000m
  1500m
  10000m
  overall
HEERENVEEN

  500m
  5000m
  1500m
  10000m
  overall
HEERENVEEN

  1500m
  5000m
7th 10000m
  Team pursuit

  1500m
  5000/10000m

2021–22

4th 1500m
  5000m
  10000m
HAMAR

4th 500m
  5000m
  1500m
5th 10000m
  overall
BEIJING

  5000m
  10000m
4th Team pursuit
HEERENVEEN

  5000m
  Team pursuit

Source:[8][9][10]

Note The event distances for the Allround classification are:
  • for the World Championship Junior 2014: 500, 3000, 1500 and 5000 meter
  • for the World Championship Junior after 2014: 500, 1500, 1000 and 5000 meter
  • for the World Championship Senior: 500, 5000, 1500 and 10000 meter

World Cup overviewEdit

Season 1500 meter
2015–16 15th(b) 14th(b) 2nd (b)
2016–17 4th 5th   6th  
2017–18 12th
2018–19       6th
2019–20 5th 6th    
2020–21    
2021–22 12th 15th 18th
Season 5000/10000 meter
2015–16 –* 1st (b)
2016–17 7th 7th – * 6th 4th
2017–18 7th
2018–19        
2019–20          
2020–21    
2021–22   9th*  
Season Team pursuit
2015–16
2016–17      
2017–18
2018–19  
2019–20   6th
2020–21
2021–22  

Source: [11]

– = Did not participate
(b) = Division B
DQ = Disqualified
GWC = Grand World Cup

Medals wonEdit

Championship Gold
 
Silver
 
Bronze
 
Olympic Games 0 1 1
Dutch Single Distances 4 7 1
Dutch Allround 6 3 2
European Allround 4 4 1
European Single Distances 4 0 1
World Allround 9 6 1
World Single Distances 1 3 1
World Cup 17 8 9
World Junior 5 4 1

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "ISU Junior World Speed Skating Championships". International Skating Union (ISU). 9 March 2014. Retrieved 13 November 2016.
  2. ^ "Roest, Wijfje, Bittner and Korea dominate World Junior Championships". International Skating Union (ISU). 22 February 2015. Retrieved 13 November 2016.
  3. ^ "Maiden World Cup win for Krech in Harbin on second day". International Skating Union (ISU). 12 November 2016. Archived from the original on 21 January 2017. Retrieved 13 November 2016.
  4. ^ "ISU World Cup Harbin – Result Team Pursuit Men". International Skating Union (ISU). 12 November 2016. Archived from the original on 17 September 2017. Retrieved 13 November 2016.
  5. ^ "KNSB Cup voor Patrick Roest" (in Dutch). KNSB. 30 October 2016.
  6. ^ "Patrick Roest". speedskatingresults.com. Retrieved 14 February 2022.
  7. ^ "Adelskalendern". evertstenlund.se. Retrieved 13 March 2019.
  8. ^ "Patrick Roest". speedskatingnews. Retrieved 23 January 2021.
  9. ^ "Patrick Roest". speedskatingstats.com. Retrieved 28 January 2021.
  10. ^ "Patrick Roest". schaatsstatistieken.nl. Retrieved 28 January 2021.
  11. ^ "Events". International skating union. Retrieved 16 February 2021.

External linksEdit