ISU Speed ​​Skating World Cup 2013 - 2014: World Cup Berlin

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Skating pulls in the months of November, December, January and February, a lot of skaters to the ice stadium or on television. Including weekends from 6 to December 9, 2013 as the international schaatstop will settle in Berlin. There, during the weekend on the ice of the sport forum Hohenschönhausen, the fourth World Cup of the skating season 2013/2014 held. During the World Cup in Berlin, the European skaters and skaters themselves for the last processed before the Winter Olympics in Sochi start, measure the skate toppers from Asia and North America. In Berlin, the ladies will be the 500 meters, 1,000 meters and 1,500 meters, 3,000 meters and team pursuit driving. The men will start in the 500 meters, 1000 meters, 1500 meters, 5000 meters and team pursuit.

World Cup Season 2013 - 2014

The World Skating 2013/2014 is an international skating competition organized by the International Skating Union. During the skating season will be organized by the ISU World Cup six weekends. In this World Cup weekends, the skaters and skaters compete at various distances to the World Cup points. The number of World Cup weekends, compared with previous years, with three returned. The reason, in order to reduce the number of World Cup weekends for six, has to do with the Winter Olympics to be held in Russia's Sochi in February 2014.
Calendar skating World Cup

Sportforum Hohenschönhausen

The Sportforum Hohenschönhausen is one of the four rinks in Berlin, where are organized in the history of international skating speed skating. The Sportforum Hohenschönhausen is in the last twenty years the most used stadium in Berlin. The stadium is located in the same East Berlin's Hohenschönhausen. The Sports Forum was officially opened in Berlin 1985. This was the first in the world an indoor skating rink. Sportforum Hohenschönhausen is a multipurpose sports complex. Sportforum Hohenschönhausen has facilities for:
Ireen Wüst will still start during the World Cup weekend in Berlin
  • skating,
  • athletics,
  • cycling.
  • and also for other sports.

Followed after the first indoor ice rink in Berlin:
  • Thialf in Heerenveen
  • Olympic Oval in Calgary

Fastest rinks in the world
As of November 1, 2013 is the sport forum Hohenschönhausen in eighth place in the ranking of the fastest ice rinks in the world. These rankings are headed by the Utah Olympic Oval in Salt Lake City. The ranking is prepared by combining all job records. These are the track records of both men and women. The summary below shows the top three fastest ice rinks in the world.

Program World Cup Berlin


Dutch participants

Women
  • 500 meters: Margot Boer, Thijsje Oenema, Anice Das, Marrit Leenstra and Mayon Kuipers.
  • 1000 meters: Lotte van Beek, Margot Boer, Marrit Leenstra, Mannon Kaminga
  • 1500 meters: Ireen Wüst, Lotte van Beek, Marrit Leenstra, Jorien For Home and Jorien ter Mors.
  • 3000 meters: Antoinette de Jong, Jorien Voorhuis, Linda de Vries, Ireen Wüst and Jorien ter Mors.
  • Team Pursuit: Ireen Wüst, Marrit Leenstra and Jorien ter Mors.

Men
  • 500 meters: Michel Mulder, Jesper Hospes, Mark Tuitert, Lennart Hein Velema and Otterspeer.
  • 1000 meters: Michel Mulder, Sjoerd de Vries, Hein Otterspeer, Thomas Krol and Lennart Velema.
  • 1500 meters: Rhian Ket, Mark Tuitert, Jan Blokhuijsen, Thomas Krol and Wouter Olde Heuvel.
  • 5000 meters: Jorrit Bergsma, Bob de Jong, Jan Blokhuijsen, Douwe de Vries and Rob Hadders.
  • Team Pursuit: Jan Blokhuijsen, Jorrit Bergsma and Douwe de Vries.

Results World Cup Berlin

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