Speed skating at the 2002 Winter Olympics – Women's 1000 metres

The women's 1000 m speed skating competition for the 2002 Winter Olympics was held in Salt Lake City, Utah, United States.[1]

Women's 1000 metres
at the XIX Olympic Winter Games
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Pictogram for speed skating
VenueUtah Olympic Oval
DatesFebruary 17
Competitors35 from 14 nations
Winning time1:13.83 WR
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Chris Witty
 United States
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Sabine Völker
 Germany
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Jennifer Rodriguez
 United States
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After suffering from mononucleosis, Chris Witty skated a new world record to a surprise win. Jennifer Rodriguez became the first US Hispanic woman to win an Olympic speed skating medal.[citation needed]

RecordsEdit

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

World record   Sabine Völker (GER) 1:14.06 Salt Lake City, United States 1 December 2001 [2]
Olympic record   Marianne Timmer (NED) 1:16.51 Nagano, Japan 19 February 1998 [2]

The following new world and Olympic records were set during this competition.


Date[2] Round Athlete Country Time OR WR
17 February Pair 6 Varvara Barysheva   Russia 1:16.49 OR
17 February Pair 7 Anzhelika Kotyuga   Belarus 1:15.03 OR
17 February Pair 11 Marianne Timmer   Netherlands 1:14.45 OR
17 February Pair 15 Chris Witty   United States 1:13.83 OR WR

ResultsEdit

Rank Pair Name Country Time Behind Notes
  15 Chris Witty   United States 1:13.83 - WR
  17 Sabine Völker   Germany 1:13.96 +0.13
  16 Jennifer Rodriguez   United States 1:14.24 +0.41
4 11 Marianne Timmer   Netherlands 1:14.45 +0.62
5 16 Anni Friesinger   Germany 1:14.47 +0.64
6 18 Monique Garbrecht-Enfeldt   Germany 1:14.60 +0.77
7 17 Aki Tonoike   Japan 1:14.64 +0.81
8 13 Andrea Nuyt   Netherlands 1:14.65 +0.82
9 15 Catriona Le May Doan   Canada 1:14.72 +0.89
10 12 Chiara Simionato   Italy 1:14.86 +0.89
11 18 Svetlana Zhurova   Russia 1:15.02 +0.89
12 7 Anzhelika Kotyuga   Belarus 1:15.03 +0.89
13 14 Cindy Klassen   Canada 1:15.08 +0.89
14 11 Amy Sannes   United States 1:15.09 +0.89
15 12 Annamarie Thomas   Netherlands 1:15.20 +1.37
16 9 Becky Sundstrom   United States 1:15.88 +2.05
17 13 Eriko Sanmiya   Japan 1:16.26 +2.43
18 8 Marieke Wijsman   Netherlands 1:16.48 +2.65
18 8 Sayuri Osuga   Japan 1:16.48 +2.65
20 6 Varvara Barysheva   Russia 1:16.49 +2.66
21 9 Marion Wohlrab   Germany 1:16.51 +2.68
22 3 Song Li   China 1:16.71 +2.88
23 10 Svetlana Kaykan   Russia 1:16.93 +3.10
24 4 Krisztina Egyed   Hungary 1:17.11 +3.28
25 7 Jin Hua   China 1:17.35 +3.52
26 10 Wang Manli   China 1:17.37 +3.54
27 6 Susan Auch   Canada 1:17.89 +4.06
28 1 Lyudmila Prokasheva   Kazakhstan 1:18.19 +4.36
29 5 Cho Seon-yeon   South Korea 1:18.36 +4.53
30 2 You Yanchun   China 1:18.74 +4.91
31 2 Lee Yong-joo   South Korea 1:18.79 +4.96
32 1 Choi Seung-yong   South Korea 1:18.88 +5.05
33 3 Svetlana Radkevich   Belarus 1:18.93 +5.10
34 5 Andrea Jakab   Romania 1:19.60 +5.77
35 4 Yelena Myagkikh   Ukraine 1:20.13 +6.30
- 14 Maki Tabata   Japan DQ -

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Speed Skating at the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Games: Women's 1,000 metres". sports-reference.com. Archived from the original on 17 April 2020. Retrieved 4 February 2018.
  2. ^ a b c "Salt Lake City 2002 Official Report - Speed Skating" (PDF). Salt Lake City Organizing Committee. LA84 Foundation. February 2002. Retrieved February 5, 2010.