Speed skating at the 2014 Winter Olympics – Women's 1000 metres

The women's 1000 metres speed skating competition of the 2014 Sochi Olympics was held at Adler Arena Skating Center on 13 February 2014.[1]

Women's 1000 metres
at the XXII Olympic Winter Games
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VenueAdler Arena Skating Center
Date13 February 2014
Competitors36 from 13 nations
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Zhang Hong  China
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Ireen Wüst  Netherlands
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Margot Boer  Netherlands
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QualificationEdit

A total of thirty-six speed skaters could qualify for this distance, with a maximum of four skaters per country. The top 20 of the 2013–14 ISU Speed Skating World Cup – Women's 1000 metres standings after the fourth World Cup race in Berlin secured a spot for their country. Then the additional 16 spots were awarded based on a time ranking of all times skated in the World Cup and the 2014 World Sprint Speed Skating Championships. A reserve list was also made.[2]

RecordsEdit

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

World record   Brittany Bowe (USA) 1:12.58 Salt Lake City, United States 17 November 2013
Olympic record   Chris Witty (USA) 1:13.83 Salt Lake City, United States 17 February 2002

At the 2013 World Single Distance Speed Skating Championships the track record was set by Olga Fatkulina at 1:15.44.[3]

The following record was set during this competition.

Date Round Athlete Country Time Record
13 February Pair 7 Zhang Hong   China 1:14.02 TR

TR = track record

ResultsEdit

The race was started at 18:00.[4]

On 24 November 2017, Russian athlete Olga Fatkulina was disqualified for a doping offence.[5] In January 2018, she successfully appealed against the disqualification at the court of arbitration for sport.[6]

Rank Pair Lane Name Country Time Time behind Notes
  7 I Zhang Hong   China 1:14.02 TR
  17 I Ireen Wüst   Netherlands 1:14.69 +0.67
  16 I Margot Boer   Netherlands 1:14.90 +0.88
4 16 O Olga Fatkulina   Russia 1:15.08 +1.06
5 18 I Lotte van Beek   Netherlands 1:15.10 +1.08
6 14 I Marrit Leenstra   Netherlands 1:15.15 +1.13
7 15 I Heather Richardson   United States 1:15.23 +1.21
8 17 O Brittany Bowe   United States 1:15.47 +1.45
9 7 O Christine Nesbitt   Canada 1:15.62 +1.60
10 12 O Karolína Erbanová   Czech Republic 1:15.74 +1.72
11 10 O Judith Hesse   Germany 1:15.84 +1.82
12 18 O Lee Sang-hwa   South Korea 1:15.94 +1.92
13 15 O Nao Kodaira   Japan 1:16.45 +2.43
14 12 I Wang Beixing   China 1:16.59 +2.57
15 10 I Yekaterina Shikhova   Russia 1:17.01 +2.99
16 11 O Yuliya Skokova   Russia 1:17.02 +3.00
17 1 O Ida Njåtun   Norway 1:17.15 +3.13
18 13 O Kaylin Irvine   Canada 1:17.24 +3.22
19 14 O Yekaterina Aydova   Kazakhstan 1:17.25 +3.23
20 9 I Yekaterina Lobysheva   Russia 1:17.31 +3.29
21 3 O Kali Christ   Canada 1:17.41 +3.39
22 5 I Miyako Sumiyoshi   Japan 1:17.68 +3.66
23 2 I Natalia Czerwonka   Poland 1:17.933 +3.91
24 9 O Vanessa Bittner   Austria 1:17.937 +3.91
25 3 I Jenny Wolf   Germany 1:17.99 +3.97
26 11 I Gabriele Hirschbichler   Germany 1:18.00 +3.98
27 1 I Maki Tsuji   Japan 1:18.07 +4.05
28 8 O Kim Hyun-Yung   South Korea 1:18.10 +4.08
29 8 I Luiza Złotkowska   Poland 1:18.38 +4.36
30 6 O Brittany Schussler   Canada 1:18.53 +4.51
31 4 O Park Seung-Ju   South Korea 1:18.94 +4.92
32 2 O Sugar Todd   United States 1:19.13 +5.11
33 4 I Kelly Gunther   United States 1:19.43 +5.41
34 5 O Li Dan   China 1:20.20 +6.18
35 6 I Lee Bo-ra   South Korea 1:57.49 +43.47
13 I Monique Angermüller   Germany DQ

TR = track record, DQ = disqualified

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Speed Skating Schedule and Results – Ladies' 1000 m". SOOC. Retrieved 13 February 2014.
  2. ^ Qualification of NOC event quota places for the Olympic Winter Games 2014 based on Special Olympic Qualification Classification (SOQC) as of 9 December 2013 Archived 16 January 2014 at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ "Visitenkarte der Eisbahn: Adler Arene Sotschi". speedskatingnews. Retrieved 5 February 2014.
  4. ^ Final Results
  5. ^ "IOC sanctions four Russian athletes as part of Oswald Commission findings - Olympic News".
  6. ^ "THE COURT OF ARBITRATION FOR SPORT (CAS) DELIVERS ITS DECISIONS IN THE MATTER OF 39 RUSSIAN ATHLETES V/ THE IOC:28 APPEALS UPHELD, 11 PARTIALLY UPHELD" (PDF). THE COURT OF ARBITRATION FOR SPORT. 2018-02-01. Retrieved 2018-02-01.