Short track speed skating at the 2010 Winter Olympics – Women's 1000 metres

The women's 1000 metres in short track speed skating at the 2010 Winter Olympics began on 24 February, with the final held on 26 February, at the Pacific Coliseum.

Women's 1000 metres
at the XXI Olympic Winter Games
Short track speed skating pictogram.svg
VenuePacific Coliseum
DatesFebruary 24, 26
Competitors32 from 18 nations
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Wang Meng  China
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Katherine Reutter  United States
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Park Seung-hi  South Korea
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RecordsEdit

Prior to the competition, the existing world and Olympic records were as follows.

Name Nation Time Location Date
World record Wang Meng   China 1:29.495 Harbin, China March 15, 2008
Olympic record Yang Yang   China 1:31.235 Salt Lake City, United States February 23, 2002

The following records were established during the competition:

Date Round Name Nation Time WR OR
February 24 Heat 2 Kalyna Roberge   Canada 1:31.033 OR
February 24 Heat 5 Katherine Reutter   United States 1:30.508 OR
February 26 Quarterfinals Zhou Yang   China 1:29.849 OR
February 26 Semifinals Zhou Yang   China 1:29.049 WR OR

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

Rank Heat Name Country Time Notes
1 1 Park Seung-hi   South Korea 1:31.885 Q
2 1 Tania Vicent   Canada 1:37.561 Q
1 Allison Baver   United States DSQ
1 Jorien ter Mors   Netherlands DSQ
1 2 Kalyna Roberge   Canada 1:31.033 Q
2 2 Bernadett Heidum   Hungary 1:31.125 Q
3 2 Elise Christie   Great Britain 1:31.363
4 2 Kateřina Novotná   Czech Republic 1:45.300
1 3 Tatiana Borodulina   Australia 1:32.509 Q
2 3 Mika Ozawa   Japan 1:32.577 Q
3 3 Cecilia Maffei   Italy 1:32.615
3 Liesbeth Mau Asam   Netherlands DSQ
1 4 Jessica Gregg   Canada 1:32.565 Q
2 4 Arianna Fontana   Italy 1:32.640 Q
3 4 Veronika Windisch   Austria 1:32.775
4 4 Evgenia Radanova   Bulgaria 1:32.829
1 5 Katherine Reutter   United States 1:30.508 Q, OR
2 5 Sun Linlin   China 1:30.629 Q
3 5 Ayuko Ito   Japan 1:31.137
4 5 Nina Yevteyeva   Russia 1:31.302
1 6 Cho Ha-ri   South Korea 1:35.953 Q
2 6 Stéphanie Bouvier   France 1:36.199 Q
3 6 Biba Sakurai   Japan 1:36.416
4 6 Valeriya Potemkina   Russia 1:36.438
1 7 Wang Meng   China 1:30.958 Q
2 7 Annita van Doorn   Netherlands 1:31.516 Q
3 7 Kimberly Derrick   United States 1:31.663
4 7 Han Yueshuang   Hong Kong 1:38.115
1 8 Zhou Yang   China 1:30.781 Q
2 8 Paula Bzura   Poland 1:31.338 Q
3 8 Aika Klein   Germany 1:58.857 ADV
8 Erika Huszar   Hungary DSQ

QuarterfinalsEdit

Rank Heat Name Country Time Notes
1 1 Park Seung-hi   South Korea 1:30.769 Q
2 1 Kalyna Roberge   Canada 1:30.769 Q
3 1 Annita van Doorn   Netherlands 1:32.067
4 1 Mika Ozawa   Japan 1:32.183
1 2 Zhou Yang   China 1:29.849 Q, OR
2 2 Jessica Gregg   Canada 1:30.207 Q
3 2 Bernadett Heidum   Hungary 1:30.313
4 2 Stéphanie Bouvier   France 1:30.420
1 3 Katherine Reutter   United States 1:29.955 Q
2 3 Cho Ha-ri   South Korea 1:30.543 Q
3 3 Sun Linlin   China 1:30.589
4 3 Aika Klein   Germany 1:51.552
3 Tania Vicent   Canada DSQ
1 4 Wang Meng   China 1:32.267 Q
2 4 Tatiana Borodulina   Australia 1:32.465 Q
3 4 Arianna Fontana   Italy 1:32.472
4 4 Paula Bzura   Poland 1:32.662

SemifinalsEdit

Rank Heat Name Country Time Notes
1 1 Zhou Yang   China 1:29.049 QA, WR
2 1 Park Seung-hi   South Korea 1:29.165 QA
3 1 Tatiana Borodulina   Australia 1:29.663 QB
4 1 Jessica Gregg   Canada 1:33.139 QB
1 2 Katherine Reutter   United States 1:30.568 QA
2 2 Wang Meng   China 1:30.573 QA
3 2 Kalyna Roberge   Canada 1:30.736 QB
4 2 Cho Ha-ri   South Korea 1:30.792 QB

FinalsEdit

Final B (Classification Round)Edit

Rank Name Country Time Notes
4 Cho Ha-ri   South Korea 1:31.932
5 Kalyna Roberge   Canada 1:32.122
6 Jessica Gregg   Canada 1:32.333
7 Tatiana Borodulina   Australia 1:32.661

Final A (Medal Round)Edit

Rank Name Country Time Notes
  Wang Meng   China 1:29.213
  Katherine Reutter   United States 1:29.324
  Park Seung-hi   South Korea 1:29.379
Zhou Yang   China DSQ

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