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World Sprint Speed Skating Championships Calgary 2017

Award ceremony: Ladies and Men. It looks really poor ceremony with empty seat. Nao Kodaira has became first Japanese champion. Men's champion Kai Verbij has Japanese mother who met Dutch man Verbij A little coincidence with Japan...

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To take data on Speed Skating is more or less my hobby in 4 decades long, by way of amateur naturally. Nowadays it becomes much easier by means of Internet site and direct TV broadcasting.
From yesterday it runs 2 days World Sprint championship in Calgary [note 1]. Each day men scates 500m and 1000m, in another words twice both distance. Total point of 4 times skating dicides champion and its rankings.

Look at top 3, they are big three. Kodaira made almost new world record. As Japanese woman she may be first world Sprint champion, improving own personal records incredively this season.
170225 Women 1st 1000m
World record 1.12.18 at Uta Oval (Salt Lake city) by Brittany Bowe 
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missing 500m chart, Kdaira scated also one of fast time on 500m.
Therefor such absolute top with big difference.



170225 Men 1st 1000m
World record 1.06,42 at Uta Oval (Salt Lake city) by Shani Davis


170225 Man 1stday total


【Note】;
1, Calgary Oval located at high altitude (1105 m) above sea level is second fast ice rink after Utah Olympic Oval in Salt lake city (1425m), So you can not compare times among rinks at low and hight atitude..

2. Result Ladies
Name 500m 1000m 500m 1000m Total
1 Nao Kodaira JPN 36,75 (1) 36,750 1.12,51 (1) 36,255 36,80 (1) 36,800 1.13,17 (3) 36,585 146,390
2 Heather Bergsma USA 37,22 (3) 37,220 1.12,95 (3) 36,475 37,35 (5) 37,350 1.12,28 (1) 36,140 147,185
3 Jorien ter Mors NED 37,55 (5) 37,550 1.12,53 (2) 36,265 37,39 (6) 37,390 1.12,58 (2) 36,290 147,495
4 Karolina Erbanová CZE 37,06 (2) 37,060 1.13,53 (4) 36,765 37,23 (2) 37,230 1.13,83 (4) 36,915 147,970
5 Hege Bøkko NOR 37,43 (4) 37,430 1.13,96 (5) 36,980 37,88 (10) 37,880 1.14,04 (6) 37,020 149,310
6 Maki Tsuji JPN 37,56 (6) 37,560 1.15,02 (14) 37,510 37,28 (3) 37,280 1.14,10 (7) 37,050 149,400
7 Heather McLean CAN 37,66 (8) 37,660 1.15,78 (18) 37,890 37,29 (4) 37,290 1.14,36 (9) 37,180 150,020
8 Vanessa Herzog AUT 37,59 (7) 37,590 1.14,74 (10) 37,370 38,05 (12) 38,050 1.14,45 (10) 37,225 150,235
9 Olga Fatkulina RUS 37,90 (11) 37,900 1.14,64 (8) 37,320 37,58 (7) 37,580 1.15,17 (17) 37,585 150,385
10 Ekaterina Shikhova RUS 38,11 (14) 38,110 1.14,46 (6) 37,230 38,34 (17) 38,340 1.13,95 (5) 36,975 150,655
11 Ekaterina Ajdova KAZ 37,71 (10) 37,710 1.14,74 (10) 37,370 38,12 (13) 38,120 1.15,02 (14) 37,510 150,710
12 Erina Kamiya JPN 37,91 (12) 37,910 1.15,27 (16) 37,635 37,76 (9) 37,760 1.15,02 (14) 37,510 150,815
13 Nadezhda Aseeva RUS 37,70 (9) 37,700 1.16,00 (19) 38,000 37,73 (8) 37,730 1.14,80 (13) 37,400 150,830
14 Gabriele Hirschbichler GER 38,39 (18) 38,390 1.14,93 (13) 37,465 38,31 (15) 38,310 1.14,49 (11) 37,245 151,410
15 Sanneke de Neeling NED 38,29 (16) 38,290 1.14,69 (9) 37,345 38,63 (20) 38,630 1.14,33 (8) 37,165 151,430
16 Sugar Todd USA 37,95 (13) 37,950 1.15,05 (15) 37,525 38,04 (11) 38,040 1.15,89 (20) 37,945 151,460
17 Francesca Bettrone ITA 38,34 (17) 38,340 1.15,76 (17) 37,880 38,24 (14) 38,240 1.15,70 (19) 37,850 152,310
18 Anice Das NED 38,43 (20) 38,430 1.16,35 (20) 38,175 38,31 (15) 38,310 1.15,11 (16) 37,555 152,470
19 Natalia Czerwonka POL 38,86 (24) 38,860 1.14,84 (12) 37,420 39,10 (25) 39,100 1.14,78 (12) 37,390 152,770
20 Martine Ripsrud NOR 38,40 (19) 38,400 1.16,62 (22) 38,310 38,48 (18) 38,480 1.17,08 (24) 38,540 153,730
21 Judith Dannhauer GER 38,45 (21) 38,450 1.16,84 (23) 38,420 38,57 (19) 38,570 1.16,80 (22) 38,400 153,840
21 Roxanne Dufter GER 39,27 (27) 39,270 1.14,61 (7) 37,305 39,51 (26) 39,510 1.15,51 (18) 37,755 153,840
23 Nan Sun CHN 38,71 (22) 38,710 1.16,37 (21) 38,185 38,88 (22) 38,880 1.16,40 (21) 38,200 153,975
24 Jerica Tandiman USA 38,83 (23) 38,830 1.16,88 (24) 38,440 38,97 (23) 38,970 1.16,83 (23) 38,415 154,655
25 Yvonne Daldossi ITA 38,27 (15) 38,270 1.17,93 (26) 38,965 38,76 (21) 38,760 1.17,86 (26) 38,930 154,925
26 Huawei Li CHN 38,96 (25) 38,960 1.18,54 (27) 39,270 39,08 (24) 39,080 1.18,94 (27) 39,470 156,780
27 Alexandra Ianculescu ROU 39,65 (28) 39,650 1.19,41 (28) 39,705 39,77 (27) 39,770 1.19,94 (28) 39,970 159,095
28 Ruining Tian CHN 39,17 (26) 39,170 1.16,91 (25) 38,455 1.04,47 (28) 64,470 1.17,69 (25) 38,845 180,940


4. Result Men
Name 500m 1000m 500m 1000m Total
1 Kai Verbij NED 34,48 (9) 34,480 1.06,73 (3) 33,365 34,25 (4) 34,250 1.07,94 (9) 33,970 136,065
2 Håvard Holmefjord Lorentzen NOR 34,43 (6) 34,430 1.07,08 (4) 33,540 34,62 (10) 34,620 1.07,38 (3) 33,690 136,280
3 Kjeld Nuis NED 34,90 (18) 34,900 1.06,61 (1) 33,305 34,84 (16) 34,840 1.06,51 (1) 33,255 136,300
4 Ronald Mulder NED 34,18 (1) 34,180 1.08,07 (10) 34,035 34,08 (1) 34,080 1.08,23 (11) 34,115 136,410
5 Mika Poutala FIN 34,44 (7) 34,440 1.07,96 (9) 33,980 34,23 (3) 34,230 1.07,97 (10) 33,985 136,635
6 Laurent Dubreuil CAN 34,31 (4) 34,310 1.08,07 (10) 34,035 34,50 (8) 34,500 1.07,77 (6) 33,885 136,730
7 Mitchell Whitmore USA 34,46 (8) 34,460 1.07,88 (7) 33,940 34,50 (8) 34,500 1.07,88 (7) 33,940 136,840
8 Nico Ihle GER 34, 37 (5) 34,370 1.07,16 (5) 33,580 35,03 (22) 35,030 1.07,75 (5) 33,875 136,855
9 Vincent De Haître CAN 35,04 (23) 35,040 1.06,72 (2) 33,360 35,00 (20) 35,000 1.07,23 (2) 33,615 137,015
10 Roman Krech KAZ 34,21 (2) 34,210 1.08,60 (15) 34,300 34,21 (2) 34,210 1.08,66 (17) 34,330 137,050
11 Jonathan Garcia USA 34,87 (16) 34,870 1.07,83 (6) 33,915 34,87 (18) 34,870 1.07,68 (4) 33,840 137,495
12 Ryohei Haga JPN 34,54 (10) 34,540 1.09,19 (23) 34,595 34,44 (6) 34,440 1.08,62 (15) 34,310 137,885
13 Tsubasa Hasegawa JPN 34,68 (12) 34,680 1.08,49 (12) 34,245 34,46 (7) 34,460 1.09,04 (20) 34,520 137,905
14 Tae-Yoon Kim KOR 34,80 (15) 34,800 1.08,70 (16) 34,350 34,65 (11) 34,650 1.08,54 (14) 34,270 138,070
15 Piotr Michalski POL 34,88 (17) 34,880 1.08,76 (17) 34,380 34,84 (16) 34,840 1.08,29 (12) 34,145 138,245
16 Joel Dufter GER 35,42 (26) 35,420 1.07,88 (7) 33,940 35,00 (20) 35,000 1.07,92 (8) 33,960 138,320
17 Espen Aarnes Hvammen NOR 34,73 (13) 34,730 1.08,79 (19) 34,395 34,77 (15) 34,770 1.09,03 (19) 34,515 138,410
18 Shunsuke Nakamura JPN 34,97 (20) 34,970 1.08,49 (12) 34,245 35,04 (23) 35,040 1.08,48 (13) 34,240 138,495
19 David Bosa ITA 34,59 (11) 34,590 1.08,88 (21) 34,440 34,73 (13) 34,730 1.09,70 (23) 34,850 138,610
20 An Liu (96) CHN 34,98 (21) 34,980 1.08,78 (18) 34,390 35,09 (24) 35,090 1.08,71 (18) 34,355 138,815
21 Artur Nogal POL 34,77 (14) 34,770 1.09,75 (26) 34,875 34,71 (12) 34,710 1.09,47 (22) 34,735 139,090
22 Sebastian Kłosiński POL 35,15 (25) 35,150 1.08,81 (20) 34,405 35,31 (25) 35,310 1.08,65 (16) 34,325 139,190
23 Mirko Giacomo Nenz ITA 35,10 (24) 35,100 1.09,24 (24) 34,620 34,75 (14) 34,750 1.10,36 (25) 35,180 139,650
24 Mikhail Kazelin RUS 35,02 (22) 35,020 1.10,31 (28) 35,155 34,90 (19) 34,900 1.09,94 (24) 34,970 140,045
25 Yeong-Ho Kim KOR 35,64 (27) 35,640 1.09,49 (25) 34,745 35,66 (26) 35,660 1.09,41 (21) 34,705 140,750
Ruslan Murashov RUS 34,29 (3) 34,290 1.08,56 (14) 34,280 34,26 (5) 34,260 WDR 102,830
Aleksej Esin RUS 34,92 (19) 34,920 1.09,03 (22) 34,515 DQ 69,435
Daniel Greig AUS DQ 1.09,96 (27) 34,980 35,79 (27) 35,790 70,770

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DATA tennis

Djokovic dominates not only men's tennis but also its statistic data in recent years.
You might have expected a big upset that once happened at US Open semi final 2014 (Nishikori vs Djokovic 6-4 1-6 7-6 6-3), At 2016, it seems to be an era of "big one + a couple of others". Who could have today thought such a victory by Nishikori?
In future occasion I'd like to hope second upset by Nishikori as a compatriots.


Novak won Miami Open 400

島根県のテニスファンの方々、あるいは!と番狂わせを期待しながら、セルビア28才青年の過去2年に渡る全て統計数字を読むなら、錦織圭君に対する圧倒的支配、つまりワンサイドゲームに納得するでしょう。

↓Press Association ; Sunday 3 April 2016 20.13 BST↓
Top seed Novak Djokovic continued his domination of men’s tennis with a 6-3 6-3 victory over Japan’s Kei Nishikori in the final of the Miami Open in Florida on Sunday.

Djokovic dropped serve in the first game but it was pretty much one-way traffic after that as he outclassed the sixth seed in all facets of the game on the hardcourt at Key Biscayne.
The 28-year-old Serb took 85 minutes to join American Andre Agassi as a six-time Miami Open winner, for his 63rd career title.
He claimed $1,028,300, becoming the sport’s all-time leading money-winner with career earnings approaching $100 million.

It is his fourth consecutive championship, and his 28th overall, in the Masters 1000, a series of nine tournaments considered the most prestigious other than the four grand slams. It is also Djokovic’s fourth title of 2016, following victories at the Australian Open, Qatar and Indian Wells.His only blemish on an otherwise perfect record so far this year came in Dubai in February, when he retired during a quarter-final with an eye infection.


【Reference】;
1. http://www.theguardian.com/sport/2016/apr/03/novak-djokovic-wins-miami-open-kei-nishikori#comment-71773729
2.

Japanese tennis patriot might have gotten difficulty in breathing at Key Biscayne, Florida. Hah hah hi- hi- like that....

Geplaatst door Ken Minatoya-Yasuda op donderdag 31 maart 2016


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DATA : IAAF world Half marathon championships [同胞が頑張ったから…]

It's said Half Marathon of the Cardiff university, The events is likely the university festival. A crowd of amateur people runs after the professional runners. Same idea as marathons of New York, Ome in Tokyo and Berlin etct. However, because half of the 42.195 kilometres, the heart load also requires only half. Therefore runners with costume seems also inherent. How many is world running population as a healthy way of life? would be a plenty of millions, or more.... There is particular people to participate such event held in whole world. It is a first-class as hobbyists isn't it!

ウェールズ最大の都市、カーディッフはその大学でも知られる。国際陸連IAAF主催「半分マラソン世界選手権」の頭に「カーディッフ大学」が付く。本日の実況を見ていると、大学選手のみで無いように思われるのだが…。すると、やはり大学街をプロモートしているのだろうか?
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女子が先にスタート。赤道に近いケニアとエティオピアの選手たちが圧倒的に強い。いずれも枠いっぱい5名が出場。優勝したのは高校か大学の年齢に見える。セイコウの計時時計が1時間7分31秒を示している。好記録だそうだ。
この大会の特徴は個人順位とともに、国別ティーム順位が金銀銅メダルの対象になる。二つアフリカ国を除く参加国は必要枠3名を代表に出しているようだ。下の個人順位をみると、上位3名の時間合計がチーム順位になっているのが分かる。日本女子チームは銅メダル。同胞は頑張っているのだ。男子もご覧のとおり五位入賞。日本マラソンの伝統を継承している。

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若い同胞女性三名、アフリカ女性の先頭集団からジリジリ離されるも、懸命の健闘。三名が10~20位にあり、粒ぞろいなんですね。

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一目瞭然、1位から9位までケニアとエティオピアのランナーで占められている。アフリカ中央高地が長距離タイムを助けるのはマラソン・アベベ以来、知られる。半世紀近く、アフリカ勢がトラック三千障害を含め長距離を制している。ところが、勝つためのネタを別に仕掛けていたらしい。この1月、アフリカのドーピング環境が明らかになった。そこでは走ることが数少ない大金を稼ぐ手段であり、かつてのUSAと同じで誰もが薬を飲む状況にあるらしい。

IAAFの検査を逃れるために、陸連幹部・コーチを通じてチェック日時情報が選手に伝えられるのはロシア事情と同じである。と言えども、検査の責任者は陸連幹部に他ならない。ロシア陸・水連がしたように体裁を整える分け。言い換えれば、豊かな生活のために、業界一つになって機能する仕組みである。

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カーディッフ大学と詠うのは、大学祭りの行事ということらしい。プロランナーの後からアマティアランナーがどっと走る。ニューヨークや青梅マラソンと同じ趣向。ただしマラソンの半分の20km余だから、心臓負荷も半分で済む。ゆえに仮装ランナーも付き物らしい。健康方として走る世界人口はどれほどだろう。数百万…あるいはもっと。世界中ランニングイヴェントに参加する御仁がいる。趣味人として一流である。

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男子プロと大群衆アマティアランナーは、女子プロたちがゴーリ間近に接近した時、スタートするようだ。このハーフマラソン大会は従ってプロの女子と男子が混ざることは無い。ご覧のとお午後3時スタートだから、大群衆のおしりがゴールするのは3~4時間後になるだろう。

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DATA a world cup [頑張った同胞だから…]

The last Speed Skating events of season 2015-2016. At the same time it`s the last one of the world-cup series.[note 1] I would like to whisper to my patriot about this nice result by ladies discipline *team pursuit*.

team pursuit data 02
Dutch team was favourit, but Japanese team won.
Look at the slightly difference 15/100 seconds!

team pursuit 02
Miho Takagi 高木美帆 Misaki Osigiri 押切美沙紀 Saya Takagi 高木菜那


Further just DATA of this weekend as own note
!st day mens 1000 5000

col ladies 1000m

col men500m ladies mass start klein
Mens 500m result showed Pavel Kulizhnikov as 2nd place, but he was not in Heerenveen at this weekend [note 2].

col men 1500m klein

col men mass start klein

【Note】;
1. Such event used to attract nobody except Dutch. All events are held at different places in Europa, Asia and North America, same style as Formula 1 car races. The winner is a skater who gatherd most points and its price money is $20,000. A tiny amount of money when you think about other popular sports.

2. Pavel Kulizhniko became the sprint world champion weeks ago and the world record holder. He was too fast so that no rival existed until the the Sprint WC. He was found, however, being positive with Meldonium on doping test just after the announcement of Maria Sharapova. Therefore his participation on this event was closed.

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DATA : ISU World Allround Speed Skating Championships Berlin 2016

Berlin ice rink is much better than Seoul in regard to a number of fans and atmosphere.
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as result of 500 + 3000 + 1500m


For the time being, on going from Berlin at this weekend.
Last discipline 5000m must be happened, anyway this is first case at the moment that Japanese ladies to remain within no.10, besides all of them.


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Men classification : as result of 500 + 5000 + 1500m
1 Kramer, 2 Pederson and 3 Blokhuizen. This order did not change as Gold, Silver and Bronze medallists. Sven`award was 8th time, it`s said he would be the champion among other great champions.

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Sablikova defended her status again and again. Cheko, Netherlands x 3, Russia and Japan x 3. The land of rising sun is unusual in such result of World championship.

【Note】:
*  At the same time, UK vs Japan as Davis Cup tournament at Birmingham. BBC2 has, of course, broadcasted it. Players are both no.1 in their country, Andy Murray from Scotland vs Kei Nishikori from Shimane.
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I saw 3rd, 4th and the last set, enjoyed quite a competitive 5 sets match with nearly 5 hours. The World no.2 took an advantage by his home ground. Nishikori as my young patriot is amazing as such that he is always calm but smiling sometimes in compare with emotional passionate Murray.
Result : UK vs Japan, 7-5 7-6 (8-6) 3-6 4-6 6-3 accounted time : 4 hours and 54 minutes
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