Speed skating at the 2010 Winter Olympics – Women's 500 metres

The women's 500 metres speed skating competition of the 2010 Winter Olympics was held at the Richmond Olympic Oval on 16 February 2010.[1]

Women's 500 metres
at the XXI Olympic Winter Games
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VenueRichmond Olympic Oval
Date16 February 2010
Competitors36 from 14 nations
Winning time76.09
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Lee Sang-hwa  South Korea
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Jenny Wolf  Germany
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Wang Beixing  China
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RecordsEdit

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

500 meters (1 race)

World record   Jenny Wolf (GER) 37.00 Salt Lake City, United States 11 December 2009 [2]
Olympic record   Catriona Le May Doan (CAN) 37.30 Salt Lake City, United States 13 February 2002

500 meters x 2 (2 races)

World record   Jenny Wolf (GER) 74.420 Salt Lake City, United States 10 March 2007 [3]
Olympic record   Catriona Le May Doan (CAN) 74.750 Salt Lake City, United States 14 February 2002

No new world or Olympic records were set during this competition.

ResultsEdit

Rank Name Country Pair Lane Race 1 Rank Pair Lane Race 2 Rank Total Time behind
  Lee Sang-hwa   South Korea 17 o 38.249 1 18 i 37.850 2 76.09 0.00
  Jenny Wolf   Germany 17 i 38.307 2 18 o 37.838 1 76.14 +0.05
  Wang Beixing   China 15 o 38.487 3 17 i 38.144 3 76.63 +0.54
4 Margot Boer   Netherlands 18 i 38.511 4 17 o 38.365 4 76.87 +0.78
5 Sayuri Yoshii   Japan 15 i 38.566 6 16 o 38.432 5 76.99 +0.90
6 Heather Richardson   United States 14 i 38.698 9 14 o 38.477 6 77.17 +1.08
7 Zhang Shuang   China 12 o 38.530 5 16 i 38.807 13 77.33 +1.24
8 Jin Peiyu   China 9 i 38.686 8 15 o 38.711 11 77.45 +1.36
9 Ko Hyon-Suk   North Korea 2 i 38.893 15 10 o 38.577 7 77.47 +1.38
10 Christine Nesbitt   Canada 11 o 38.881 13 13 i 38.694 8 77.57 +1.48
11 Monique Angermüller   Germany 7 i 38.761 10 13 o 38.830 14 77.59 +1.50
12 Nao Kodaira   Japan 16 i 38.835 12 12 o 38.797 12 77.63 +1.54
13 Xing Aihua   China 13 o 38.792 11 14 i 38.849 16 77.64 +1.55
14 Shihomi Shinya   Japan 14 o 38.964 16 12 i 38.765 10 77.72 +1.63
15 Thijsje Oenema   Netherlands 13 i 38.892 14 11 o 38.869 17 77.76 +1.67
16 Tomomi Okazaki   Japan 12 i 38.971 17 9 o 39.060 20 78.03 +1.94
17 Elli Ochowicz   United States 11 i 39.002 18 8 o 39.048 19 78.05 +1.96
18 Yekaterina Aydova   Kazakhstan 6 o 39.024 19 11 i 39.116 22 78.140 +2.05
19 Laurine van Riessen   Netherlands 10 o 39.302 21 9 i 38.845 15 78.147 +2.05
20 Olga Fatkulina   Russia 10 i 39.359 24 7 o 39.077 21 78.43 +2.34
21 Jennifer Rodriguez   United States 3 o 39.182 20 10 i 39.281 24 78.46 +2.37
22 Svetlana Kaykan   Russia 8 i 39.422 27 5 o 39.210 23 78.63 +2.54
23 Karolína Erbanová   Czech Republic 6 i 39.365 25 6 o 39.321 26 78.68 +2.59
24 Yekaterina Malysheva   Russia 9 o 39.782 32 4 i 38.947 18 78.72 +2.63
25 Chiara Simionato   Italy 4 i 39.480 28 4 o 39.285 25 78.76 +2.67
26 Lee Bo-ra   South Korea 4 o 39.396 26 6 i 39.406 28 78.80 +2.71
27 Shannon Rempel   Canada 7 o 39.351 22 8 i 39.473 29 78.82 +2.73
28 Judith Hesse   Germany 8 o 39.357 23 7 i 39.486 30 78.84 +2.75
29 Sophie Muir   Australia 3 i 39.649 31 2 o 39.400 27 79.04 +2.95
30 Lauren Cholewinski   United States 5 i 39.514 29 3 o 39.587 32 79.10 +3.01
31 An Ji-min   South Korea 5 o 39.595 30 5 i 39.549 31 79.14 +3.05
32 Oh Min-ji   South Korea 1 o 39.816 33 3 i 39.768 33 79.58 +3.49
33 Svetlana Radkevich   Belarus 2 o 39.899 35 2 i 39.854 34 79.753 +3.66
34 Anastasia Bucsis   Canada 1 i 39.879 34 1 o 39.876 35 79.755 +3.66
35 Annette Gerritsen   Netherlands 16 o 97.952 36 1 i 38.709 9 136.66 +60.57
DQ Yulia Nemaya   Russia 18 o 38.594 7 15 i 108.446 36 147.04 +70.95

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Speed Skating at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Games: Women's 500 metres". sports-reference.com. Archived from the original on 17 April 2020. Retrieved 4 February 2018.
  2. ^ "Evolution of the world record 500 meters Women". SpeedSkatingStats.com. Retrieved 19 November 2013.
  3. ^ "Evolution of the world record 2x500 meters Women". SpeedSkatingStats.com. Retrieved 19 November 2013.

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