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Speed skating at the 2006 Winter Olympics - Women's 1500 metres

Women's 1500 metres
at the XX Olympic Winter Games
Oval Lingotto
Dates22 February 2006
Competitors35 from 13 nations
Winning time1:55.27
Medalists
2010»
500 m   men   women
1000 m men women
1500 m men women
3000 m women
5000 m men women
10000 m men
Team pursuit men women

The women's 1500 metres speed skating competition for the 2006 Winter Olympics was held in Turin, Italy, on 22 February.

Records

Prior to this competition, the existing world and Olympic records were as follows.

World record  Cindy Klassen (CAN) 1:51.79 Salt Lake City, United States 20 November 2005 [1]
Olympic record  Anni Friesinger (GER) 1:54.02 Salt Lake City, United States 20 February 2002 [1]

No new world or Olympic records were set during the competition.

Results

Rank Pair Name Country Time Time behind Notes
17 Klassen, CindyCindy Klassen Canada 1:55.27
15 Groves, KristinaKristina Groves Canada 1:56.74 +1.47
18 Wust, IreenIreen Wüst Netherlands 1:56.90 +1.63
4 17 Friesinger, AnniAnni Friesinger Germany 1:57.31 +2.04
5 12 Simionato, ChiaraChiara Simionato Italy 1:58.76 +3.49
6 11 Lobysheva, YekaterinaYekaterina Lobysheva Russia 1:58.87 +3.60
7 16 Nesbitt, ChristineChristine Nesbitt Canada 1:59.15 +3.88
8 16 Rodriguez, JenniferJennifer Rodriguez United States 1:59.30 +4.03
9 15 Groenewold, RenateRenate Groenewold Netherlands 1:59.33 +4.06
10 13 Anschutz, DanielaDaniela Anschütz Germany 1:59.74 +4.47
11 9 Wojcicka, KatarzynaKatarzyna Wojcicka Poland 1:59.96 +4.69
12 13 Wang Fei China 2:00.13 +4.86
13 14 Deutekom, PaulienPaulien van Deutekom Netherlands 2:00.15 +4.88
14 5 Timmer, MarianneMarianne Timmer Netherlands 2:00.45 +5.18
15 18 Tabata, MakiMaki Tabata Japan 2:00.77 +5.50
16 5 Lee Ju-Youn South Korea 2:00.85 +5.58
17 10 Bjelkevik, AnnetteAnnette Bjelkevik Norway 2:01.03 +5.76
18 10 Raney, CatherineCatherine Raney United States 2:01.17 +5.90
19 8 Haugli, MarenMaren Haugli Norway 2:01.22 +5.95
20 14 Barysheva, VarvaraVarvara Barysheva Russia 2:01.60 +6.33
21 3 Abramova, YekaterinaYekaterina Abramova Russia 2:01.63 +6.36
22 9 Ishino, ErikoEriko Ishino Japan 2:01.85 +6.58
22 12 Ji Jia China 2:01.85 +6.58
24 3 Lamb, MariaMaria Lamb United States 2:02.12 +6.85
25 7 Yakshina, ValentinaValentina Yakshina Russia 2:02.15 +6.88
26 8 Bjelkevik, HedvigHedvig Bjelkevik Norway 2:02.16 +6.89
27 6 Rokita, Anna NataliaAnna Natalia Rokita Austria 2:02.19 +6.92
28 4 Rempel, ShannonShannon Rempel Canada 2:02.24 +6.97
29 2 Nemoto, NamiNami Nemoto Japan 2:02.34 +7.07
30 7 Opitz, LucilleLucille Opitz Germany 2:02.75 +7.48
31 6 Marra, AdeliaAdelia Marra Italy 2:03.07 +7.80
32 4 Seon Yeong Noh South Korea 2:03.35 +8.08
33 11 Otsu, HiromiHiromi Otsu Japan 2:04.77 +9.50
34 11 Zhang Xiaolei China 2:05.75 +10.48
35 11 Oltean, DanielaDaniela Oltean Romania 2:09.24 +13.97

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