Russia narrowly beat Hungary in controversial ladies relay final as Sjinkie Knegt caps a near-perfect weekend by leading Netherlands to gold in men’s event .
Sofia Prosvirnova (RUS) edges out Fontana (ITA) to win 3000m superfinal at the ISU European Short Track Speed Skating 2018 in Dresden.
Vladislav Bykanov (ISR) wins men’s 3000m superfinal to clinch overall silver at the ISU European Short Track Speed Skating 2018 in Dresden.
Sjinkie Knegt (NED) continues dominance at Euros with third gold of weekend.
Ariana Fontana (ITA) sneaks photo finish win in 1000m final after a thrilling duel with Suzanne Schulting (NED).
Martina Valcepina (ITA) defeats legendary teammate Ariana Fontana (ITA) again to take second gold of the day in Dresden.
Sjinkie Knegt (NED) wins second gold of day with narrow win over Victor An (RUS) at European Short Track Speed Skating Championships 2018.
Chilled Knegt keeps cool to win frantic 1500m at ISU European Short Track Speed Skating 2018 in Dresden.
Martina Valcepina takes first major short track gold medal in 1500m after teammate Ariana Fontana crashes out.
The ISU noted and welcomes the discussions currently taking place between the governments of the Republic of Korea (KOR) and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (PRK) also involving a possible participation of PRK Skaters in the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games.
The European Short Track Speed Skating Championships is the continent’s top annual competition and, with just under a month to go before the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games get underway, it will represent a vital period of competitive fine-tuning for those with medal ambitions.
As we approach the ISU European Short Track Speed Skating Championships we decided to share this light hearted interview with Hungary's Liu Shaoang.
I was eight years old and I was doing swimming but me and my sister didn't really like it and we told my dad we wanted to do something else, so he took us to the ice rink. In Australia we obviously don't have any frozen lakes or anything like that.
Further to the IOC Executive Board decision of 5 December 2017 with regards to the Russian participation at the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018