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Where to watch and follow the ISU World Cup Short Track Speed Skating 2019/20

Viewers will be able to watch via their national broadcaster/channel. For countries where there are no broadcasters, the ISU will offer a live stream on the Skating ISU YouTube Channel. You will find the full list in the Where to watch news here.

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ISU World Cup Short Track Speed Skating Series events 2019/20

Salt Lake City (USA) – November 1 - 2

Montréal (CAN) – November 8 – 10

Nagoya (JPN) – November 29 – December 1

Shanghai (CHN) – December 6 – 8

Dresden (GER) – February 7 – 9

Dordrecht (NED) – February 14 – 16

About ISU World Cup Short Track Speed Skating Series

The World Cup series consists of nine distances 500, 1000 and 1500 meters for Ladies and Men, Ladies 3000 meters Team Relay, Men 5000 meters Team Relay and a Mixed Gender Relay over 2000 meters.

The competitions have a single distance character and are held in separate sessions over three days. Day 1 is dedicated to all Qualifying Rounds. Days 2 and 3 the last Qualifying Rounds (if necessary) take place, followed by the World Cup sessions.

For the Mixed Gender Relay Teams (2 Ladies & 2 Men), the Ladies 3000 meters Relay races and Men 5000 meters Relay races a maximum of four Skaters shall compete and must belong to the same ISU Member.