Mar 09, 2023 at 10:54Update: 6 minutes ago
After last month’s World Cup final in Dordrecht, the World Short Track Speed Skating Championships will be held from Friday to Sunday in Seoul, South Korea. View the program of the final piece of the season here.
Program (Dutch time)
Qualifications 1h30: 1,500 meters men 2h23: 1,500 meters women 3h11: 500 meters men (preliminaries) 3h58: 500 meters women 4h21: 500 meters men (heats) 5h39: 1,000 meters men (preliminaries) 6h35: 1,000 meters women 7:05 am: 1,000 meters men (heats) Quarterfinals 07:42: Relay mixed 08:15: Relay women 08:36: Relay men Resits 1:50: Women’s 1,500 meters (quarter-finals) 2:04: Men’s 1,500 meters (quarter-finals) 2:43: Women’s 1,500 meters (semi-finals) 2:47: Men’s 1,500 meters (semi-finals) 3:12: Women’s 500 meters (quarter-finals) 3:26: Men’s 500 meters (quarter-finals) 4:02: Women’s 500 meters (semi-finals) 4:08: Men’s 500 meters (semi-finals) Quarterfinals 7:40 am: 500 meters men 7:54 am: 500 meters women Semi-finals 6:02: 1,500 meters women 6:20: 1,500 meters men 8:24: 500 meters women 8:32: 500 meters men 9:32: Relay women 9:48: Relay men Finales 6:20am: 1,500m men 6:53am: 1,500m women 8:55am: 500m women 9:06am: 500m men 21-year-old Jens van ‘t Wout will compete in all four parts of the World Cup. Photo: ANP Resits 3:00am: Women’s 1,000m (quarter-finals) 3:15am: Men’s 1,000m (quarter-finals) 4:00am: Men’s 1,000m (semi-finals) 4:52am: Women’s 1,000m (semi-finals) B-finals 4:22 pm: Relay women 4:30 am: Relay men Quarterfinals 6:02 a.m.: 1,000 meters men 6:19 a.m.: 1,000 meters women Semi-finals 6:51 a.m.: 1,000 meters women 7:00 a.m.: 1,000 meters men 8:06 a.m.: Relay mixed Finales 7:24: 1,000 meters women 7:36: 1,000 meters men 8:44: Relay mixed 9:10: Relay women 9:20: Relay men
Suzanne Schulting was unable to participate in the World Cup last year due to a positive corona test. At the 2021 edition, she reigned supreme, winning every distance. The 25-year-old Dutch is one of the big favorites in Seoul, although she had a bad dress at the World Cup final in Dordrecht last month. For the first time this World Cup season, she did not win an individual distance.
Sjinkie Knegt also belongs to the Dutch team. The 33-year-old Frisian received an official warning from the KNSB skating union after open criticism of national coach Niels Kerstholt, but was still allowed to travel to Seoul. Knegt will compete in three parts: the 1,000 meters, the 1,500 meters and the relay.
At both the European Championship and the World Cup, no all-round title has been awarded since this season. There are only individual titles to earn in Seoul.
Women 500 meters: Suzanne Schulting, Xandra Velzeboer, Selma Poutsma 1,000 meters: Suzanne Schulting, Xandra Velzeboer, Selma Poutsma 1,500 meters: Suzanne Schulting, Xandra Velzeboer, Selma Poutsma Relay: Suzanne Schulting, Xandra Velzeboer, Yara van Kerkhof, Selma Poutsma, Michelle Velzeboer Men 500 meters: Jens van ‘t Wout, Itzhak de Laat, Teun Boer 1,000 meters: Jens van ‘t Wout, Sjinkie Knegt, Itzhak de Laat 1,500 meters: Jens van ‘t Wout, Sjinkie Knegt, Friso Emons Relay: Jens van ‘t Wout, Itzhak de Laat, Friso Emons, Sjinkie Knegt, Teun Boer
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