Yevgeny Lalenkov

Yevgeny Alexeyevich Lalenkov (Russian: Евгений Алексеевич Лаленков; born February 16, 1981 in Angarsk) is a Russian former long track speed skater who participated in international competitions. He won a silver medal at 1000m at the 2008 single-distance World Championships in Nagano.

Yevgeny Lalenkov
Jevgenij Lalenkov 2008-11-09.jpg
Dankers in 2007
Medal record
Men's speed skating
Representing  Russia
World Single Distance Championships
Silver medal – second place 2008 Nagano 1000 m
Bronze medal – third place 2007 Salt Lake City Team pursuit

He married speed skater Evgeniia Lalenkova.

Personal recordsEdit

Personal records
Men's speed skating
Event Result Date Location Notes
500 m 35.56 2007-11-09 Salt Lake City
1,000 m 1:07.50 2007-11-11 Salt Lake City
1,500 m 1:43.16 2007-11-09 Salt Lake City
3,000 m 3:51.31 2005-08-12 Calgary
5,000 m 6:31.59 2007-11-17 Calgary
10,000 m 13:55.36 2007-12-16 Kolomna

Career highlightsEdit

Olympic Winter Games
2006 - Turin, 7th at 1000 m
2006 - Turin, 23rd at 1500 m
2006 - Turin, 5th at team pursuit
2010 - Vancouver, 36th at 500 m
2010 - Vancouver, 23rd at 1000 m
2010 - Vancouver, 10th at 1500 m
World Allround Championships
2002 - Heerenveen, 10th
2003 - Göteborg, 5th
2004 - Hamar, 8th
2005 - Moscow, 12th
World Sprint Championships
2006 - Heerenveen, 10th
2007 - Hamar, 10th
World Single Distance Championships
2002 - Salt Lake City, 23rd at 1000 m
2002 - Salt Lake City, 10th at 1500 m
2003 - Berlin, 4th at 1500 m
2004 - Seoul, 7th at 1500 m
2005 - Inzell, 8th at 1500 m
2008 - Nagano,   2nd at 1000 m
European Allround Championships
2003 - Heerenveen, 7th
2004 - Heerenveen, 6th
2005 - Heerenveen, 14th
2008 - Kolomna, 9th
World Junior Allround Championships
1999 - Geithus, 17th
2000 - Seinäjoki, 6th
World Cup
2002 - Inzell,   2nd at 1500 m
2002 - Hamar,   1st at 1500 m
2002 - Erfurt,   2nd at 1500 m
2002 - Heerenveen,   2nd at 1500 m
2003 - Baselga di Pinè,   1st at 1500 m
2003 - Baselga di Pinè,   3rd at team pursuit
2003 - Heerenveen,   1st at 1500 m (March)
2003 -   1st at World Cup Rankings 1500 m
2003 - Heerenveen,   1st at 1500 m (November)
2003 - Heerenveen,   3rd at 3000/5000 m allround
2004 - Heerenveen,   3rd at 1500 m
2004 -   3rd at World Cup Rankings 1500 m
National Championships
2001 - Divnogorsk,   3rd at 1500 m
2001 - Divnogorsk,   3rd at 1000 m
2002 - Berlin,   3rd at 1500 m
2002 - Berlin,   1st at 1000 m
2003 - Kirov,   2nd at allround
2004 - Chelyabinsk,   2nd at allround
2004 - Nizhni Novgorod,   3rd at 500 m
2005 - Moscow,   2nd at allround
2006 - Moscow,   1st at 1500 m
2006 - Moscow,   1st at 1000 m
2006 - Moscow,   1st at team pursuit
Nordic Junior Games
1999 - Helsinki,   1st at 1000 m
1999 - Helsinki,   3rd at 1500 m
2000 - Chemnitz,   2nd at 1500 m
2000 - Chemnitz,   2nd at 3000 m
2000 - Chemnitz,   1st at 1000 m
Nordic Neo Senior Games
2001 - Kolomna,   3rd at 5000 m
2001 - Kolomna,   1st at 1500 m

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