Kai Verbij has won the inaugural Men’s European Sprint title to the delight of the home crowd in Heerenveen, the Netherlands, on Day 2 of the ISU European Speed Skating Championships. Compatriot Ireen Wüst also gave the crowd a title to cheer for, when she took her career fifth Ladies’ European Allround crown.
Dutchman Kai Verbij is on course to win the inaugural Men’s European Sprint title, but he still faces tough competition. His compatriot Ireen Wüst took a big lead in the Ladies’ allround tournament on Day 1 of the ISU European Speed Skating Championships.
The New Year starts with a new format in Speed Skating from January 6-8. Heerenveen’s Thialf stadium will host the first ever ISU European Speed Skating Championships combining the inaugural European Sprint and traditional European Allround competitions
ISU World Single Distances Speed Skating Championships 2017 - Gangneung (KOR) Media Accreditations are now open.
ISU Statement – Mc Laren Report Follow-Up - IOC Starts disciplinary procedures against 28 Russian Athletes from Sochi 2014
Further to the decision of the 56th ISU Ordinary Congress 2016 in Dubrovnik, CRO, to introduce an ISU Athletes Commission and in accordance with Article 21 of the 2016 ISU Constitution, the composition, election procedure and purpose of the ISU Athletes Commission will be as follows.
ISU Statement McLaren Report follow-up relocation of ISU World Cup Speed Skating - Chelyabinsk RUS
ISU World Sprint Speed Skating Championships 2017 - Calgary (CAN) Media Accreditations are now open.