Short Track Speedskating World Cup Results

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Associated Press

Posted on November 17, 2013 at 12:06 PM

Updated Sunday, Nov 17 at 12:06 PM

Sunday
At Kolomna, Russia
Men

1,000 — 1, Charles Hamelin, Canada, 1:24.923. 2, Thibaut Fauconnet, France, 1:25.054. 3, J.R. Celski, United States, 1:25.148. 4, Han Tianyu, China, 1:25.195. Also: 7, Jordan Malone, United States, final B. 17, Chris Creveling, United States, eighthfinals.

World Cup Standings (after four races) — 1, Charles Hamelin, Canada, 30,000. 2, Victor An, Russia, 16,859. 3, Niels Kerstholt, Netherlands, 12,099. 4, Wu Dajing, China, 11,299. 5, Han Tianyu, China, 10,494. Also: 7, J.R. Celski, United States, 10,095. 13, Jordan Malone, United States, 7,966. 22, Chris Creveling, United States, 1,697. 51, John-Henry Krueger, United States, 24.

5,000 relay — 1, United States (Jeff Simon, Eduardo Alvarez, Chris Creveling, J.R. Celski), 6:48.268. 2, Russia (Victor Ann, Vladimir Grigorev, Dmitry Migunov, Semen Elistratov), 6:48.676. 3, South Korea (Lee Ho-suk, Park Se-yeong, Noh Jinkyu, Sin Da-woon), 6:48.926. 4, Netherlands (Daan Breeuwsma, Sjinkie Negt, Freek Van der Wart, Niels Kerstholt), 6:53.585.

World Cup Standings (after four races) — 1, United States, 28,000. 2, Canada, 26,400. 3, Russia, 21,120. 4, South Korea, 18,496. 5, Netherlands, 14,797.

Women

1,000 — 1, Arianna Fontana, Italy, 1:30.249. 2, Kim Alang, South Korea, 1:30.615. 3, Elise Christie, Britain, 1:30.695. 4, Valerie Maltais, Canada, 1:49.318. Also: 7, Emily Scott, United States, semifinals. 16, Alyson Dudek, United States, quarterfinals. 42, Jessica Smith, United States, preliminaries.

World Cup Standings (after four races) — 1, Shim Suk-hee, South Korea, 30,000. 2, Kim Alang, South Koreak, 24,000. 3, Arianna Fontana, Italy, 19,216. 4, Park Seung-hi, South Korea, 16,497. 5, Li Jianrou, China, 13,198. Also: 15, Emily Scott, United States, 2,664. 24, Jessica Smith, United States, 834. 29, Alyson Dudek, United States, 582. 46, Lana Gehring, United States, 38.

3,000 relay — 1, China (Wang Meng, Fan Kexin, Zhou Yang, Liu Qiuhong), 4:09.410. 2, South Korea (Park Seung-hi, Kim Alang, Cho Ha-ri, Shim Suk-hee), 4:09.794. 4, Canada (Marianne St-Gelais, Valerie Maltais, Jessica Hewitt, Jessica Gregg), 4:12.158. Also: United States (Emily Scott, Lana Gehring, Jessica Smith, Alyson Dudek), heats-penalty.

World Cup Standings (after four races) — 1, South Korea, 30,000. 2, China, 26,000. 3, Italy, 19,200. 4, Canada, 16,640. 5, Russia, 10,289. Also: 8, United States, 7,995.

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