Salt Lake City, Utah, USA


The ISU World Single Distances Speed Skating Championships took place from February 13-16, 2020 in Salt Lake City (USA). 16 champions were crowned, and world records broken.

As the newly crowned champions stepped off the ice, the ISU was waiting for them to step into the spotlight to conduct interviews in a new and fun format. All interviews are available on social media and have been filmed in an exciting and accessible manner so Speed Skating fans across the world can watch, comment, share, engage and simply enjoy the content.


Ladies’ 3000m: serial winner Sáblíková rules the ice


Ladies’ Team Sprint: Dutch junior Kok wins world title




Men’s 5000m: Bloemen good on fast rinks

Men’s Team Sprint: Dutch get gold

Men’s 10000m: Fish finishes fastest to end Dutch dominance

Men’s 500m: Kulizhnikov defies shoulder problem to take gold 

Ladies’ Team Pursuit: Japan back to their normal selves

Ladies’ 500m: Kodaira disappointed despite golden display

Ladies’ 5000m: Records tumble with Voronina taking gold

Ladies’ 1000m: Leerdam’s golden month goes on

Men’s 1000m: Calm Kulizhnikov can’t be topped

Men’s Team Pursuit: Dutch dominate

Ladies’ 1500m: Experience key to fifth title for Wüst

Ladies’ Mass Start: Blondin emerges from the chaos to take top prize

Men’s 1500m: Everything comes good for Nuis

Men’s Mass Start: Bergsma makes amends

For full entry lists and further information regarding the ISU World Single Distances Speed Skating Championships please visit the Championships Page on Click here for results.

Highlights, clips, interviews, behind the scenes:

YouTube: ISU Skating

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Facebook: @ISUSpeedSkating

Twitter: @ISU_Speed

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