Speed skating at the 2018 Winter Olympics – Men's 1000 metres

The men's 1000 metres speed skating competition of the 2018 Winter Olympics was held on 23 February 2018 at Gangneung Oval in Gangneung[1] on 23 February 2018.[2][3]

Men's 1000 metres
at the XXIII Olympic Winter Games
VenueGangneung Oval, Gangneung, South Korea
Date23 February
Competitors36 from 19 nations
Winning time1:07.95
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Kjeld Nuis  Netherlands
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Håvard Holmefjord Lorentzen  Norway
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Kim Tae-yun  South Korea
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Records Edit

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

World record   Shani Davis (USA) 1:06.42 Salt Lake City, United States 7 March 2009
Olympic record   Gerard van Velde (NED) 1:07.18 Salt Lake City, United States 16 February 2002
Track record   Kjeld Nuis (NED) 1:08.26 11 February 2017

The following records were set during this competition.

Date Round Athlete Country Time Record
23 February Pair 15 Kim Tae-yun   South Korea 1:08.22 TR
Pair 16 Håvard Holmefjord Lorentzen   Norway 1:07.99 TR
Pair 18 Kjeld Nuis   Netherlands 1:07.95 TR

TR = track record

Results Edit

The races started at 19:00.[4]

Rank Pair Lane Name Country Time Time behind Notes
  18 I Kjeld Nuis   Netherlands 1:07.95 TR
  16 I Håvard Holmefjord Lorentzen   Norway 1:07.99 +0.04
  15 O Kim Tae-yun   South Korea 1:08.22 +0.27
4 13 I Joey Mantia   United States 1:08.564 +0.61
5 14 O Takuro Oda   Japan 1:08.568 +0.61
6 17 I Kai Verbij   Netherlands 1:08.61 +0.66
7 14 I Shani Davis   United States 1:08.78 +0.83
8 12 O Nico Ihle   Germany 1:08.93 +0.98
9 16 O Koen Verweij   Netherlands 1:09.14 +1.19
10 10 I Mitchell Whitmore   United States 1:09.17 +1.22
11 15 I Alexandre St-Jean   Canada 1:09.24 +1.29
12 5 I Cha Min-kyu   South Korea 1:09.27 +1.32
13 9 I Chung Jae-woong   South Korea 1:09.43 +1.48
14 13 O Joel Dufter   Germany 1:09.46 +1.51
15 10 O Haralds Silovs   Latvia 1:09.50 +1.55
16 18 O Mika Poutala   Finland 1:09.58 +1.63
17 9 O Sebastian Kłosiński   Poland 1:09.59 +1.64
18 7 O Marten Liiv   Estonia 1:09.75 +1.80
19 17 O Vincent De Haître   Canada 1:09.79 +1.84
20 4 I Tsubasa Hasegawa   Japan 1:09.83 +1.88
21 4 O Konrád Nagy   Hungary 1:09.92 +1.97
22 11 O Daniel Greig   Australia 1:09.99 +2.04
23 12 I Konrad Niedźwiedzki   Poland 1:10.026 +2.07
24 6 O Daichi Yamanaka   Japan 1:10.027 +2.07
25 3 O Laurent Dubreuil   Canada 1:10.03 +2.08
26 2 O Yang Tao   China 1:10.10 +2.15
27 7 I Denis Kuzin   Kazakhstan 1:10.13 +2.18
28 11 I Ignat Golovatsiuk   Belarus 1:10.140 +2.19
29 8 O Stanislav Palkin   Kazakhstan 1:10.149 +2.19
30 3 I Mirko Giacomo Nenzi   Italy 1:10.16 +2.21
31 8 I Piotr Michalski   Poland 1:10.17 +2.22
32 1 O Henrik Fagerli Rukke   Norway 1:10.25 +2.30
33 5 O Fyodor Mezentsev   Kazakhstan 1:10.62 +2.67
34 6 I Pedro Causil   Colombia 1:10.71 +2.76
35 1 I Mathias Vosté   Belgium 1:11.24 +3.29
36 2 I Pekka Koskela   Finland 1:11.76 +3.81

References Edit

  1. ^ "Venues". www.pyeongchang2018.com/. Pyeongchang 2018 Olympic Organizing Committee for the 2018 Winter Olympics. Archived from the original on 17 February 2018. Retrieved 26 December 2017.
  2. ^ "Schedule". POCOG. Archived from the original on 5 November 2017. Retrieved 15 September 2017.
  3. ^ "Start list" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2018-02-24. Retrieved 2018-02-23.
  4. ^ "Final results" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2018-02-23. Retrieved 2018-02-23.