World Junior Short Track Speed Skating Championships

The World Junior Short Track Speed Skating Championships are a junior short track speed skating event and held once a year in a different country.

Skaters perform individual races in the 500 meters, 1000 meters, 1500 meters, 1500 meters super final and a team effort in the 3000 meters relay.

Until 2018 there was an overall winner for both the girl's and the boy's categories, but this was discontinued in 2019.

SummaryEdit

Edition Host Dates
1994   Seoul
1995   Calgary
1996   Courmayeur
1997   Marquette
1998   St. Louis
1999   Montreal
2000   Székesfehérvár
2001   Warsaw
2002   Chuncheon
2003   Budapest
2004   Beijing
2005   Belgrade
2006   Miercurea Ciuc
2007   Mladá Boleslav
2008   Bolzano
2009   Sherbrooke 9–11 January 2009
2010   Taipei 8–10 January 2010
2011   Courmayeur 25–27 February 2011
2012   Melbourne 24–26 February 2012
2013   Warsaw 22–24 February 2013
2014   Erzurum 7–9 February 2014
2015   Osaka 27 February – 1 March 2015
2016   Sofia 29–31 January 2016
2017   Innsbruck 27–29 January 2017
2018   Tomaszów Mazowiecki 2–4 March 2018
2019   Montreal 25–27 January 2019
2020   Bormio 31 January – 2 February 2020
2021   Salt Lake City 29–31 January 2021
2022   Tomaszow Mazowiecki 4–6 March 2022

Medalists – boys (overall)Edit

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1994   Seoul   Lee Seung-chan   Lee Jun-hwan   Tony Goskowicz
1995   Calgary   Lee Sang-jun   Patrice Lapointe
  Lee Seung-chan
  Jonathan Guilmette
none
1996   Courmayeur   Jean-François Monette
  Lee Sang-jun
none   Naoya Tamura
1997   Marquette   Kim Dong-sung   Rusty Smith   Daniel Weinstein
1998   St. Louis   François-Louis Tremblay
  Lee Sang-jun
none   Andrew Lahey
1999   Montreal   Apolo Anton Ohno   An Jung-hyun   François-Louis Tremblay
2000   Székesfehérvár   Min Ryoung   Nicola Rodigari   Andrew Lahey
2001   Warsaw   Lee Seung-jae   Guo Wei   Min Ryoung
2002   Chuncheon   Ahn Hyun-soo   Seo Ho-jin   Guo Wei
2003   Budapest   Lee Ho-suk   Kim Hyun-kon   Sung Si-bak
2004   Beijing   Lee Ho-suk   Kwon Ki-deok   Jon Eley
2005   Belgrade   Lee Ho-suk   Kim Hyun-kon   Kwak Yoon-gy
2006   Miercurea Ciuc   Lee Jung-su   Maxime Chataignier   Kim Jae-han
2007   Mladá Boleslav   Shin Woo-chul   Lee Jung-su   Jang Won-hoon
2008   Bolzano   Kim Yun-jae   Lee Jung-su   Lee Han-bin
2009   Sherbrooke   Um Cheon-ho   You Dong-kun   J. R. Celski
2010   Taipei   Noh Jin-kyu   Antoine Gélinas-Beaulieu   Park Se-yeong
2011   Courmayeur   Seo Yi-ra   Jack Whelbourne   Wu Dajing
2012   Melbourne   Park Se-yeong   Lee Hyo-been   Han Tianyu
2013   Warsaw   Park Se-yeong   Han Tianyu   Lee Hyo-been
2014   Erzurum   Lee Mun-hyeon   Lee Hyo-been   Sándor Liu Shaolin
2015   Osaka   Kim Da-gyeom   Park Ji-won   Sándor Liu Shaolin
2016   Sofia   Ren Ziwei   Lim Yong-jin   Ma Wei
2017   Innsbruck   Shaoang Liu   Kim Si-Un   Kazuki Yoshinaga
2018   Tomaszow Mazowiecki   Hong Kyung-hwan   Lee June-seo   Park Jang-hyuk

Medalists – girls (overall)Edit

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1994   Seoul   Kim So-hee   Won Hye-kyung   Su Xiaohua
1995   Calgary   Kim Yun-mi   Won Hye-kyung   Catherine Dussault
  Ikue Teshigawara
1996   Courmayeur   Ikue Teshigawara   Erin Porter   Kim Moon-jung
  Hong Ro-sa
1997   Marquette   Won Hye-kyung
  An Sang-mi
none   Julie Goskowicz
1998   St. Louis   Joo Min-jin   Kim Moon-jung   Kristina Vuteva
1999   Montreal   Joo Min-jin   Kim Moon-jung   Marta Capurso
2000   Székesfehérvár   Marie-Ève Drolet   Choi Min-kyung   Park Hye-rim
2001   Warsaw   Marie-Ève Drolet   Ko Gi-hyun   Choi Min-kyung
2002   Chuncheon   Kim Min-jee   Wang Meng   Cho Ha-ri
2003   Budapest   Byun Chun-sa   Kang Yun-mi   Kim Min-jee
2004   Beijing   Kang Yun-mi   Jung Eun-ju   Hur Hee-been
2005   Belgrade   Park Sun-young   Jeon Ji-soo   Kalyna Roberge
2006   Miercurea Ciuc   Jung Eun-ju   Choi Jung-won   Zhou Yang
2007   Mladá Boleslav   Yang Shin-young   Shin Sae-bom   Park Seung-hi
2008   Bolzano   Noh Ah-reum   Lee Eun-byul   Zhang Qichao
2009   Sherbrooke   Noh Ah-reum   Lee Eun-byul   Lee Mi-yeon
2010   Taipei   Choi Ji-hyun   Lee Mi-yeon  Song Jae-won
2011   Courmayeur   Choen Hee-jung   Ahn Se-jung   Martina Valcepina
2012   Melbourne   Shim Suk-hee   Hwang Hyun-sun   Ahn Se-jung
2013   Warsaw   Noh Do-hee   Kim A-lang   Han Yutong
2014   Erzurum   Noh Do-hee   Ahn Se-jung   Choi Min-jeong
2015   Osaka   Kong Sang-jeong   Kim Ji-yoo   Son Hak-yung
2016   Sofia   Qu Chunyu   Suzanne Schulting   Lee Yu-bin
2017   Innsbruck   Lee Yu-bin   Seo Whi-Min   Sofia Prosvirnova
2018   Tomaszow Mazowiecki   Kim Ji-Yoo   Courtney Lee Sarault   Maame Biney

Medal tableEdit

As of 2017 edition
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1   South Korea 67 46 30 143
2   China 16 19 25 60
3   Hungary 5 5 6 16
4   Netherlands 2 2 1 5
5   Italy 2 1 3
6   Canada 1 11 5 17
7   Russia 1 5 8 14
8   United Kingdom 1 3 1 5
9   France 1 1
10   Japan 2 10 12
11   United States 2 4 6
12   Lithuania 1 1
13   Australia 2 2
13   Kazakhstan 2 2
Total 96 96 95 287

See alsoEdit

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