Saturday, the Louvanist finished 4th in the & # 39; beginning & # 39; and 8 at 1,500 meters. Apart from competing with the Norwegian training partners in Hamar and the marathon in the Netherlands, this is the first meter of the Swings competition in this new skating season.
The Dutchman Patrick Roest (6: 13.02) dominated 5,000 meters. The all-round world champion accompanied by a podium by Alexander Alexander Russia (6: 17.67) and compatriot Marcel Bosker (6: 18.12).
Directly opposed to world record holder Ted-Jan Bloemen, Swings only made the first full round in less than thirty seconds. In the end, the best Belgian skater only beat German Felix Maly.
Mathias Vosté closes the international opening weekend with 18th place in group B from 1,000 meters in 1: 11.27. Massaya Yamada Japan, also the first at 500 and 1500m, won in 1: 08.85. In group A, Pavel Kulizhnikov from Russia was impressed with the extraordinary time on the plains 1: 07,85.
Skaters live in Japan. Next week (November 23-25) will be the second World Cup in Tomakomai, which is located on the island of Hokkaido, in the northern part of the country. Outdoor track recently renovated. The International Skating Union (UIP) has decided not to always go to the hall for big competitions, but also to glide outside from time to time in ancient ways.