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2013 ISU World All-round Speed Skating Championships: Hamar: Women’s 1500m: Ireen Wust wins

Ireen Wust (NED) finished with a time of 1:56.30 beating Shikhova by .01 seconds. Wust would later go on to win the 5000m as well as the Overall title.

2013 ISU World All-round Speed Skating Championships: Hamar: Men’s 1500m: Kuck is top American

Jonathan Kuck finished 12th in the event with a time of 1:48.44. Kuck would finish 13th overall.

2013 ISU World All-round Speed Skating Championships: Hamar: Men’s 1500m: Havard Bokko wins

Havard Bokko (NOR)paired against the overall leader Sven Kramer and beat him with a time of 1:46.34. Bokko moved within .02 seconds of taking the overall lead but later lost in to Kramer in the 10,000m.

2013 ISU World All-round Speed Skating Championships: Hamar: Women’s 5,000m: Ireen Wust wins her 4th title

After leading Day 1, Ireen Wust (NED) won again today in the 1500m and 5000m. Wust has been on the All-Round Championships’ podium since 2007.

2013 ISU World All-round Speed Skating Championships: Hamar: Men’s 10,0000m: Sven Kramer wins his 6th title

Sven Kramer (NED) was a clear favorite to win but was in jeopardy after losing the 1500m to 2nd place Bokko. Kramer was able to keep his composure and go on to win the 10,000m and the title.

2013 ISU World All-round Speed Skating Championships: Hamar: Women’s 3000m: Ireen Wust wins, leads after Day 1

Ireen Wust (NED) won the 3,000m event finishing in a time of 4:05.41. Wust leads after 2 events with a total of 80.251.

2013 ISU World All-round Speed Skating Championships: Hamar: Men’s 5000m: Sven Kramer wins, leads after Day 1

Sven Kramer dominated the men’s 5,000m with a time of 6:13.42. Kramer leads the men’s standing, after 2 events, by .48 over Havard Bokko.

2013 ISU World All-round Speed Skating Championships: Hamar: Men’s 500m: American Mantia gets 15th

Racing in his first championship, Joey Matia (USA) was the top American, finishing with a time of 36.96. Zbigniew Brodka went on to win the event.

2013 ISU World All-round Speed Skating Championships: Hamar: Men’s 500m: Brodka wins

The 26 year old Zbigniew Brodka (POL) paired against decorated speed skater Havard Bokko. Brodka pulled off the upset finishing with a final time of 35.80, beating 2nd place Bokko by .21.

2013 ISU World All-round Speed Skating Championships: Hamar: Women’s 500m: Nesbitt wins

Christine Nesbitt (CAN), who was matched up against Brittany Schussler, finished with a time of 38.60. Nesbitt took bronze at this event last year.

2013 ISU World All-round Speed Skating Championships: Hamar: Women’s 500m: Ringsred Top American

28 year old Anna Ringsred (USA), finished with a final time of 40.45, 13th in the event.

Frenchman Pinturault wins Wengen super-combined

By Manuele Lang WENGEN, Switzerland, Jan 18 (Reuters) – France’s Alexis Pinturault made the most of his all-round talent to clinch his third World Cup race in a men’s super-combined in Wengen on Friday. The 21-year-old, one of the most exciting prospects to emerge in the sport in recent years, outclassed his rivals in the […]

Douglas named AP’s Female Athlete of the Year for 2012

INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 21, 2012 – 2012 Olympic all-around gold-medalist Gabrielle Douglas of Virginia Beach, Va./Chow’s Gymnastics and Dance, was named the Associated Press’ 2012 Female Athlete of the Year, beating out the likes of Missy Franklin, Alex Morgan and Serena Williams. A panel of AP sports editors from around the United States votes on the […]

Wide open Tour of Beijing set for second edition in Chinese Capital

Germany’s Tony Martin of the HTC-Highroad team sprints over the finish line to win the first stage of the inaugural Tour of Beijing cycling race in Beijing on October 5, 2011. The race is the first of its kind in Asia, as the International Cycling Union (UCI) looks to expand into new continents. (LIU JIN/AFP/Getty […]

London set for ‘Wieber Fever’ in gymnastics

U.S. gymnast Jordyn Wieber performs her floor exercise at the U.S. Olympic gymnastics trials in San Jose, California June 29, 2012. The prospect of a U.S. one-two in the Olympic Games women’s all-around competition gained fresh momentum after Gabby Douglas upset favorite Jordyn Wieber on the final day of the American gymnastics trials. Picture taken […]

 
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