1925 World Allround Speed Skating Championships

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World Allround Speed Skating Championships
Clas Thunberg Chamonix 1924.gif
Clas Thunberg (1924)
Venue Bislett Stadion, Oslo, Norway
Dates 21–22 February 1925
Competitors 24 from 5 nations
Medalist men
1st, gold medalist(s) Clas Thunberg  FIN
2nd, silver medalist(s) Uuno Pietilä  FIN
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Roald Larsen  NOR
Medalist women

The 1925 World Allround Speed Skating Championships took place on the 21st and 22 February 1925 at the ice rink Bislett Stadion in Oslo, Norway.

Roald Larsen was defending champion but did not succeed in prolonging his title.
Clas Thunberg became World champion for the second time.

Allround results[edit]

Place Athlete Country Points 500m 5000m 1500m 10000m
1st, gold medalist(s) Clas Thunberg  Finland 5.0 44.7 (1) 8:43.3 (1) 2:23.0 (1) 18:03.0 (2)
2nd, silver medalist(s) Uuno Pietilä  Finland 17.0 46.9 (7) 8:46.7 (2) 2:29.4 (7) 18:01.5 (1)
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Roald Larsen  Norway 18.0 46.0 (4) 8:47.2 (4) 2:29.1 (5) 18:30.8 (6)
4 Sigurd Moen  Norway 22.5 47.2 (11) 8:47.1 (3) 2:28.4 (4) 18:21.3 (5)
5 Ragnvald Olsen  Norway 29.0 46.8 (6) 9:01.5 (8) 2:29.2 (6) 18:47.1 (10)
6 Harald Strøm  Norway 37.0 46.9 (7) 9:05.7 (11) 2:26.0 (2) 18:38.2 (8)
7 Asser Wallenius  Finland 38.0 45.1 (2) 9:28.7 (22) 2:26.0 (2) 18:53.0 (12)
8 Otto Polacsek  Austria 40.5 48.3 (17) 8:50.5 (5) 2:33.6 (15) 18:13.1 (3)
9 Armand Carlsen  Norway 42.0 48.9 (21) 8:53.0 (6) 2:32.2 (12) 18:17.0 (4)
10 Osman Dieseth  Norway 44.0 47.2 (11) 9:06.0 (12) 2:31.6 (11) 18:45.6 (9)
11 Harald Halvorsen  Norway 44.0 46.1 (5) 9:13.8 (15) 2:30.0 (9) 19:13.2 (16)
12 Asbjørn Steffensen  Norway 48.0 48.0 (15) 9:06.0 (12) 2:30.2 (10) 18:50.4 (11)
13 Yrjö Päivinen  Finland 50.0 49.1 (23) 8:57.3 (7) 2:32.9 (14) 18:31.1 (7)
14 Bernt Evensen  Norway 52.0 46.9 (7) 9:17.1 (17) 2:29.9 (8) 19:33.1 (20)
15 Fredrik Mikkelsen  Norway 56.5 48.3 (17) 9:05.5 (10) 2:35.4 (16) 18:56.9 (13)
16 Toivo Ovaska  Finland 57.0 45.8 (3) 9:11.6 (14) 2:42.0 (24) 19:26.7 (18)
17 Fridtjof Paulsen  Norway 59.0 48.8 (20) 9:03.6 (9) 2:35.8 (17) 18:57.1 (14)
18 Carsten Christensen  Norway 62.0 47.0 (10) 9:25.0 (18) 2:32.4 (13) 19:38.7 (21)
19 Viljo Kanerva  Finland 66.5 48.0 (15) 9:17.0 (16) 2:37.5 (20) 18:59.4 (15)
20 Jakob Hansen  Norway 69.0 47.5 (14) 9:25.2 (19) 2:36.4 (19) 19:26.2 (17)
21 Rolv Erling Gihle  Norway 70.0 47.4 (13) 9:26.2 (20) 2:36.3 (18) 19:31.2 (19)
22 Erik Wingnér  Sweden 85.0 49.0 (22) 9:27.6 (21) 2:37.6 (21) 19:41.0 (22)
NC Ernst Paul Granstrøm  Norway - 48.7 (19) 9:52.6 (24) 2:38.6 (22) -
NC Arthur Vollstedt  Germany - 56.2 (24) 9:46.5 (23) 2:41.0 (23) -
* = Fell
NC = Not classified
NF = Not finished
NS = Not started
DQ = Disqualified

Source: SpeedSkatingStats.com[1]

Rules[edit]

Four distances have to be skated:

  • 500m
  • 1500m
  • 5000m
  • 10000m

The ranking was made by award ranking points, the points were awarded to the skaters who had skated all the distances. The final ranking was then decided by ordering the skaters by lowest point totals.

  • 1 point for 1st place
  • 2 point for 2nd place
  • 3 point for 3rd place
  • and so on

One could win the World Championships also by winning at least three of the four distances, so the ranking could be affected by this.

Silver and bronze medals were awarded.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Results of the 1925 World Championship Allround Men". SpeedSkatingStats.com. Retrieved 4 December 2012.