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2020-02-29T12:42:20.486Z



Good afternoon and welcome to the live blog the World Allround Championships and sprint! I (Jeroen van Barneveld) will keep you informed of all developments at the second and last day of the world championships in Hamar, Norway.

  • World sprint:
  • LIVE : 1,000 meters (f)
  • 1.59 pm: 1,000 meters (m)
  • Result: 500 meters (f)
  • Result: 500 meter (m)
  • WC all-round:
  • 2.50 p.m.: 3,000 meters (f)
  • 4.08 pm: 5,000 meters (m)
  • Result: 500 meters (f)
  • Result: 500 meter (m)

World Cup sprint · a few seconds ago

Jutta Leerdam grabs next to a podium place at this World Sprint in Hamar. Olga Fatkulina is only four tenths slower than Jutta Leerdam in the second 1,000 meters. The Russian Angelina Golikova also keeps Leerdam behind, who will most likely be fifth in the final classification.

WK sprint · 3 minutes ago

Jutta Leerdam can cross the American Brittany Bowe and the Japanese Arisa Go as competitors. Both are slower than the Zuid-Hollandse in the second 1,000 meters, the final part of this World sprint in Hamar.

WK sprint · 5 minutes ago

Jutta Leerdam is faster than yesterday with 1.14.47, when she had to settle for second place behind Miho Takagi. It was the second time ever driven in Hamar. Is it enough for a podium place? Jorien ter Mors comes to 1.14.70.

WK sprint · 7 minutes ago

The duel of the Dutch guns now follows: Jutta Leerdam against Jorien ter Mors. Both still have a view of a podium place, but have to clock a top time.

WK sprint · 8 minutes ago

Letitia de Jong is currently recording the fastest time! She does 1.14.94 over the second 1,000 meters. She is thus nine hundredths slower than yesterday, when she finished fourth in the first 1,000 meters.

WK sprint · 11 minutes ago

There is the first Dutch on the ice at the second 1,000 meters: Letitia de Jong. Can she surprise against the Austrian Vanessa Herzog?

WK sprint · 13 minutes ago

This is finally a time to take a little into account. The Chinese Qishi Li is the first to go under 1.16 with a time of 1.15.84.

WK sprint · 14 minutes ago

This sign says everything about the popularity of the Norwegian Hege Bøkko in her home country, but the encouragements cannot help. She is already in second place, while all guns still have to appear at the start.

WK sprint · 18 minutes ago

Ride after ride, the fastest time is broken on the second 1,000 meters. The 1.16.70 from the Norwegian Ida Njatun will not scare the top favorites alone.

WK sprint · 20 minutes ago

Hege Bøkko dips narrowly under the time of Abigail Mccluskey: 1.17.18. The standard bearer of the Norwegian women is therefore seven hundredths faster than the Canadian.

WK sprint · 22 minutes ago

After three rides the Canadian Abigail Mccluskey is the fastest on the second 1,000 meters in Hamar. She clocked a time of 1.17.25.

  • Abigail McCluskey 1.17.25
  • Yu-Ting Huang + 0.44
  • Katja Franzen +2.17
  • Stien Vanhoutte + 2.49
  • Min-Ji Kim +4.03
  • WK sprint · 29 minutes ago

    The starting signal has sounded again in Vikingskipet. The second 1,000 meters with the women has started with the Korean Min-Ji Kim, who only has to complete the sprint distance by canceling.

    WK sprint · 33 minutes ago

    This is the position before the second 1,000 meters, the final part of the women's sprint. Jutta Leerdam has to make up for more than a second for a podium place.

    1. Miho Takagi 111,905
    2. Nao Kodaira +1.61
    3. Olga Fatkulina + 2.20
    4. Angelina Golikova + 2.31
    5. Brittany Bowe +3.36
    6. Jutta Leerdam + 3.39
    7. Arisa Go + 3.61
    8. Jorien ter Mors +3.72
    9. Letitia de Jong + 3.76
    10. Daria Kachanova + 3.95

    WK sprint · 38 minutes ago

    Roest: "A bit of a fear of the turns"
    Patrick Roest explains his somewhat disappointing performance at the 500 meters at the NOS . "I have a bit of a fear of the corners, it's not my strongest part," said the reigning world champion all-round, who finished seventh on the sprint section. The last turn was a safe turn. The ice is a bit 'breaky' in the curves, I didn't want to make mistakes. The gap is three seconds, that can be made right. "

    WK sprint · 41 minutes ago

    At the World Cup the women's apotheosis is approaching. The second 1,000 meters, which starts in ten minutes, is the last part. These are the most important journeys.

    9. Vanessa Herzog-Letitia de Jong
    10. Jutta Leerdam-Jorien ter Mors
    11. Brittany Bowe-Arisa Go
    12. Angelina Golikova-Olga Fatkulina
    13. Miho Takagi-Nao Kodaira

    World Allround Championships · one hour ago

    The Dutch are not yet on steam, Ichinohe leads
    Sven Kramer, Patrick Roest and Jan Blokhuijsen have to work at the World Championship all-round. The Dutch are nineteenth (37.49), seventh (36.52) and eighth (36.64) in the 500 meters respectively. Seitaro Ichinohe wins the first distance in Hamar in 36.17. Sverre Lunde Pedersen is doing good business as a contender for gold with a fifth place in 36.37.

    World Allround Championships · one hour ago

    Roest wins his ride, but not the 500 meters. The title holder clocked 36.52. Blokhuijsen puts down 36.64. The win goes to Seitaro Ichinohe, who scored 36.17 in the penultimate stage.

    World Allround Championships · one hour ago

    The last ride on this 500 meter : Jan Blokhuijsen-Patrick Roest! Can a Dutchman still win this distance?

    World Allround Championships · one hour ago

    Tyson Langelaar takes over the lead from Pedersen on this 500 meter. The Canadian clock is 36.29. Pedersen now so second, for Bøkko. Kramer drops to place thirteen.

    World Allround Championships · one hour ago

    Havard Bøkko and Ted-Jan Bloemen are coming in. The Norwegian, who is saying goodbye in Hamar, clocked 36.45 and is currently second. Bloemen is the number eleven in 37.96.

    World Allround Championships · one hour ago

    There is Kramer! No flawless ride from the Dutchman. He scores 37.49 and already loses 1.12 on Pedersen, who leads.

    World Allround Championships · one hour ago

    The Noor Sverre Lunde Pedersen starts well at 36.37 in this all-round World Championship. It is now Sven Kramer 's turn!

    World Allround Championships · one hour ago

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    World Allround Championships · one hour ago

    We continue with the 500 meters with the men at the World Allround Championships! Sven Kramer, Patrick Roest and Jan Blokhuijsen are the Dutch assets.

    World Allround Championships · one hour ago

    Wüst fourth after 500 meters, Bosiek leads
    After the first distance, the 500 meters, Ireen Wüst is fourth in the classification of the World Allround Championships. The six-time champion clocked 38.96 and that was good for fourth place. Karolina Bosiek won in 38.76 and is in the lead. Melissa Wijfje became sixth in 39.15 and Antoinette de Jong twelfth in 39.39. Martina Sáblíková is eighteenth in 40.30 and is already quite behind in Wüst.

    World Allround Championships · one hour ago

    Bosiek wins the 500 meters, because Nana Takagi and Ivanie Blondin do not come to the time of the Polish.

    World Allround Championships · one hour ago

    Karolina Bosiek takes the lead in the 500 meters with just one ride to go. The Polish man scores 38.76.

    World Allround Championships · one hour ago

    They are in! Wüst puts down 38.96 and is currently second. De Jong clocked 39.39 on the board and is now number eight.

    World Allround Championships · one hour ago

    And we continue with the Dutch fight in stage 10: Ireen Wüst-Antoinette de Jong!

    World Allround Championships · one hour ago

    There is Wijfje! She wins the stage in 39.16. This puts the Dutch provisionally third.

    WK allround · 2 hours ago

    It is time for the first Dutch: Melissa Wijfje comes into action in the 500 meters against Nikola Zdráhalova ...

    WK allround · 2 hours ago

    Martina Sáblíková scores 40.30 out of 500 meters. The Czech contender for the title should not have the 500 meters, but this time offers opportunities to Dutch women.

    WK allround · 2 hours ago

    Elizaveta Kazelina is currently in the lead on this 500 meter at the World Allround Championship. The Russian puts down 38.86.

    WK allround · 2 hours ago

    We continue with the first day of the all-round World Cup! The women start with the 500 meter. Melissa Wijfje, Ireen Wüst and Antoinette de Jong are taking action on behalf of the Netherlands.

    WK sprint · 2 hours ago

    It will also be difficult for men to see another Dutchman on stage. With only the 1,000 meters still on the menu, Kai Verbij is fifth in the rankings, Dai Dai Ntab eighth and Kjeld Nuis ninth. Verbij has a gap of 0.78 on number three Min Kyu Cha.

    WK sprint · 2 hours ago

    Shinhama takes a big step towards World Cup gold
    Tatsuya Shinhama can hardly miss the win at the World Sprint Championship. The Japanese wins the second 500 meters in 34.39 and thereby increases his lead over Laurent Dubreuil, who becomes second in 34.56. The Dutch play a supporting role: Kai Verbij is fifth in 35.04, Dai Dai Ntab sixth in 35.04 and Kjeld Nuis twelfth in 35.45.

    WK sprint · 2 hours ago

    Tatsuya Shinhama wins the 500 meters and strengthens his lead in the rankings! The Japanese clock 34.39.

    WK sprint · 2 hours ago

    It is time for the final ride on this second 500 meter with the men: Laurent Dubreuil-Tatsuya Shinhama.

    WK sprint · 2 hours ago

    With 34.72, Min Kyu Cha is the first to drop below 35 and is now in the lead, ahead of Verbij and Ntab.

    WK sprint · 2 hours ago

    The Dutch times at 500 meters:

    • Kai Verbij: 35.04 (correction of 0.01)
    • Dai Dai Ntab: 35.04
    • Kjeld Nuis: 35.45

    WK sprint · 2 hours ago

    There they are! The ride wins by 35.03 and Ntab clocked 35.04. Verbij is currently leading ...

    WK sprint · 2 hours ago

    Time for the Dutch duel in stage 11: Dai Dai Ntab-Kai Verbij!

    WK sprint · 2 hours ago

    Nuis does win his stage, but with 35.45 he only scores the third time of the moment. Artur Nogal is with 35.24 the fastest ...

    WK sprint · 2 hours ago

    There is Kjeld Nuis! What can he do today in the 500 meters? He is riding Henrik Rukke.

    WK sprint · 2 hours ago

    Ignat Golovatsiuk is currently the fastest. The skater from Belarus scores 35.30.

    WK sprint · 3 hours ago

    We continue with the second 500 meters with the men! Kjeld Nuis, Dai Dai Ntab and Kai Verbij come into action from stage 8.

    WK sprint · 3 hours ago

    "It went a lot better than yesterday. The bridge of my left skate was loose, but it was still a good ride. In the rankings I have to make a nice catch up, but I will do my best and hopefully the stage will still be there in ", said Jutta Leerdam after the second 500 meters at the NOS .

    WK sprint · 3 hours ago

    How are the Dutch women in the rankings?
    Jutta Leerdam is sixth and still has a small chance to make it to the podium. For the 1,000 meters she is a big second (1.19) behind Olga Fatkulina, the current number three. Jorien ter Mors is eighth and Letitia de Jong ninth.

    WK sprint · 3 hours ago

    Takagi takes big step to title, Kodaira wins 500 meters
    Miho Takagi takes a big step to the title at the World Sprint Championship. The Japanese is second in the 500 meters behind Nao Kodaira (37.52 to 37.46), but has a considerable lead over the closing 1,000 meters later today. Jutta Leerdam is the best Dutch in the 500 meters. She is seventh in 38.03. Letitia de Jong is tenth (38.18) and Jorien ter Mors twelfth (38.25).

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    Source: nunl

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