1895 World Allround Speed Skating Championships

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World Allround Speed Skating Championships
JaapEden.jpg
Jaap Eden
First official ISU-World Champion
Venue Mjøsen, Hamar, Norway
Dates 23–24 February 1895
Competitors 18 from 3 nations
Medalist men
1st, gold medalist(s) Jaap Eden  NED
Medalist women
Official program

The 1895 World Allround Speed Skating Championships took place at 23 and 24 February 1895 at the ice rink Mjøsen in Hamar, Norway. There was no defending champion. In 1894 no champion was declared because none of the skaters won three distances. Jaap Eden became the first skater to win two world titles.

Allround results[edit]

Place Athlete Country 500m 500m
final
5000m 1500m 1500m
final
10000m
1st, gold medalist(s) Jaap Eden  Netherlands 48.2 (1) 48.4 (2) 8:41.0 (1) 2:25.4 (1) 2:25.4 (1) 17:56.0 (1)
NC2 Peter Sinnerud Norge-Unionsflagg-1844.svg Norway 49.4 (4) 48.6 (3) 9:23.4 (4) 2:40.2 (8) 18:50.0 (2)
NC3 Karenus Larsen-Stai Norge-Unionsflagg-1844.svg Norway 50.6 (8) 9:13.2 (2) 2:40.0 (7) 18:50.0 (2)
NC4 Filip Petersen Norge-Unionsflagg-1844.svg Norway 50.6 (8) 9:16.2 (3) 2:37.0 (3) 2:37.2 (4) 19:05.4 (4)
NC5 Ole Østlund Norge-Unionsflagg-1844.svg Norway 50.4 (7) 9:34.2 (8) 2:39.8 (6) 19:42.6 (7)
NC6 Frithjof Ericson Swedish civil ensign (1844–1905).svg Sweden 53.4 (13) 9:29.8 (5) 2:46.4 (13) 19:13.4 (5)
NC7 Mauritz Callin Swedish civil ensign (1844–1905).svg Sweden 51.0 (10) 9:48.6 (10) 2:45.0 (10) 19:57.6 (8)
NC8 Iver Dahl Norge-Unionsflagg-1844.svg Norway 53.8 (15) 9:37.4 (9) 2:48.2 (14) 19:41.2 (6)
NC9 Christian Theodor Eriksen Norge-Unionsflagg-1844.svg Norway 53.4 (13) 10:01.2 (12) 2:49.8 (15) 20:40.8 (10)
NC10 Oscar Skramstad Norge-Unionsflagg-1844.svg Norway 55.2 (16) 9:51.0 (11) 3:04.2 (18) 20:20.0 (9)
NC Martinus Lørdahl Norge-Unionsflagg-1844.svg Norway 50.0 (5) 10:24.8 (14) 2:39.4 (5) NF
NC Oskar Fredriksen Norge-Unionsflagg-1844.svg Norway 49.0 (3) 48.2 (1) 9:30.6 (6) 2:38.8 (4) 2:36.2 (3) NS
NC Edvard Engelsaas Norge-Unionsflagg-1844.svg Norway 51.6 (11) 9:32.0 (7) 2:41.6 (9) NS
NC Alfred Bjølgerud Norge-Unionsflagg-1844.svg Norway 55.4 (17) 10:16.8 (13) 2:53.4 (17) NS
NC Karl Bernhard Olsen Norge-Unionsflagg-1844.svg Norway 50.2 (6) NS 2:45.4 (12) NF
NC Wilhelm Mauseth Norge-Unionsflagg-1844.svg Norway 48.8 (2) 48.6 (3) NS 2:34.6 (2) 2:35.2 (2) NS
NC John Skjefstad Norge-Unionsflagg-1844.svg Norway 52.2 (12) NS 2:45.0 (10) NS
NC Anders Trønnes Norge-Unionsflagg-1844.svg Norway NF NS 2:52.0 (16) NS
* = Fell
NC = Not classified
NF = Not finished
NS = Not started
DQ = Disqualified

Source: SpeedSkatingStats.com[1]

Rules[edit]

Four distances had to be skated: 500, 1500, 5000 and 10,000 m. One could earn the world title only by winning at least three of the four distances, otherwise the title would be vacant. The winner of the 500 and 1500 meter was decided by a skate off of the best four skaters of the distance. Silver and bronze medals were not awarded.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Results of the 1895 World Championship Allround Men". SpeedSkatingStats.com. Retrieved 25 August 2012.