Dubreuil gets a medal on the final day of racing in Tomaszów Mazowiecki ~ Passion/Patin/Vitesse - Passion/Speed/Skating


24 novembre 2019

Dubreuil gets a medal on the final day of racing in Tomaszów Mazowiecki

The second leg of the World Cup season came to an end today in Tomaszów Mazowiecki.

By Jackob Savard
Photo: Jaap Hop (JH sportfotografie)

The men’s 500m, the ladies’ 1500m, the men’s team pursuit and the ladies’ mass start were raced on the third day of racing in Poland. 

Dubreuil on the 500m podium
Japanese Tatsuya Shinhama and his teammate Yuma Murakami took the first two positions of the men’s 500m race with only 0.002 seconds between them. Canadian Laurent Dubreuil finished third and claimed bronze. 

Wüst wins the 1500m for the second week in a row
Dutch Ireen Wüst won the ladies’ 1500m event for a second week in a row and established a new track record of 1:56.627. Japanese Miho Takagi and Russian Evgeniia Lalenkova finished second and third.

The Netherlands win the team pursuit
Douwe de Vries, Marcel Bosker and Patrick Roest led the Netherlands to gold in the men’s team pursuit. The Japanese and Russian teams got silver and bronze. 

Schouten defeats Blondin in the mass start
After losing to Ivanie Blondin last week in Minsk, Dutch Irene Schouten got the best of her Canadian rival today as she claimed gold in the ladies’ mass start. Blondin ended with silver and Japanese Nana Takagi, the reigning Olympic champion, got the bronze medal.

For our recap of day 1, click HERE
For our recap of day 2, click HERE
For the full results, click HERE

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