Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Short Track Speed Skating World Cup Results

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Short Track Speed Skating World Cup Results

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Short Track Speed Skating World Cup Results

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CALGARY - Results Friday from a world cup short-track speed skating event (at the Calgary Olympic Oval; all distances in metres):

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1. Ronald Mulder, Netherlands, 34.41 seconds; 2. Tae-Bum Mo, South Korea, 34.52.3; 3. Jamie Gregg, Edmonton, 34.52.6; 4. Michel Mulder, Netherlands, 34.56; 5. Artyom Kuznetsov, Russia, 34.60; 6. Jesper Hospes, Netherlands, 34.67.1; 7. Jan Smeekens, Netherlands, 34.67.7; 8. Mitchell Whitmore, U.S., 34.68.1; 9. Dmitry Lobkov, Russia, 34.68.2; 10. Kang-Seok Lee, South Korea, 34.84.

11. Ryohei Haga, Japan, 34.86.2; 12. Mika Poutala, Finland, 34.86.9; 13. Yuya Oikawa, Japan, 34.90; 14. Pekka Koskela, Finland, 34.91; 15. William Dutton, Regina, 34.92; 16. Artur Was, Poland, 34.93; 17. Joji Kato, Japan, 34.96; 18. Daniel Greig, Australia, 35.11; 19. Akio Ohta, Japan, 35.55; 20. Kjeld Nuis, Netherlands, 37.16.

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1. Tucker Fredricks, U.S., 34.41; 2. Keiichiro Nagashima, Japan, 34.41; 3. Gilmore Junio, Calgary, 34.58.

Also: 5. Laurent Dubreuil, Levis, Que., 34.77; 11. Alexander St-Jean, Quebec City, 35.03.

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1. Koen Verweij, Netherlands, 1:42.78; 2. Shani Davis, U.S., 1:43.11; 3. Kjeld Nuis, Netherlands, 1:43.75; 4. Ivan Skobrev, Russia, 1:43.77; 5. Alexis Contin, France, 1:44.05; 6. Sverre Lunde Pedersen, Norway, 1:44.13; 7. Konrad Niedzwiedzki, Poland, 1:44.19; 8. Zbigniew Brodka, Poland, 1:44.27; 9. Rhian Ket, Netherlands, 1:44.29; 10. Mark Tuitert, Netherlands, 1:44.39.

11. Denny Morrison, Fort St. John, B.C., 1:44.42; 12. Havard Bokko, Norway, 1:44.55.6; 13. Aleksey Yesin, Russia, 1:44.55.8; 14. Jan Szymanski, Poland, 1:44.58; 15. Denis Yuskov, Russia, 1:45.05; 16. Benjamin Mace, France, 1:45.60; 17. Lucas Makowsky, Saskatoon, 1:45.68; 18. Haralds Silovs, Latvia, 1:46.21; 19. Joey Mantia, U.S., 1:46.28; 20. Bart Swings, Belgium, DQ.

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1. Brian Hansen, U.S., 1:43.32; 2. Trevor Marsicano, U.S., 1:43.83; 3. Denis Kuzin, Kazaskhtan, 1:44.44.

Also: 8. Mathieu Giroux, Pointe-aux-Trembles, Que. …

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