Have a look at the best pictures of the ISU World Cup Short Track Speed Skating that took place in Shanghai (CHN) this weekend.
With the Beijing Winter Olympics just over two years away, China’s skaters are building into a growing force in Short Track with the final day’s action at the ISU World Cup in Shanghai offering a window into the sort of dominance home ice can give them.
Speed queen Kim Boutin again proved why she is the skater to beat over Short Track’s shortest and wildest distance, claiming her fourth successive 500m gold on day two of the ISU World Cup in Shanghai.
After a superlative weekend of racing in Nagoya, Japan, the ISU World Cup Short Track Speed Skating hops over to Shanghai, China for the second installment of its Asian double-header from 6-8 December.
If you missed the ISU World Cup Short Track Speed Skating in Nagoya, Japan, this weekend, catch up by watching these short highlights.
Have a look at the incredible moments captured at the ISU World Cup Short Track Speed Skating - Nagoya (JPN) this weekend.
Canada’s Kim Boutin led from start to finish in the Ladies’ 500m Final in Nagoya, making it three successive ISU World Cup Short Track Ladies’ 500m titles to begin the 2019/20 season.
Republic of Korea dominated the opening day of Finals at the ISU World Cup Short Track event in Nagoya, winning all five gold medals on offer.
Short Track Speed Skating is in Kazuki Yoshinaga’s blood – it’s just that he hasn’t always been aware of it.
ISU World Cup Short Track Speed Skating action begins again on Friday, rolling into Nagoya, Japan before moving on to Shanghai, China next weekend – a tantalising Asian double-header that should help clarify who this season’s dominant skaters will be.
International Skating Union (ISU) launches #UpAgain – a global digital campaign with an emotional and inspiring message.
Check out what you missed at the ISU World Cup Short Track Speed Skating in Montréal this weekend.
In Focus captured some amazing moments at the ISU World Cup Short Track Speed Skating - Montréal (CAN). You can almost feel the speed and the tension.
Montreal saved the best for last as Olympic champion Liu Shaolin Sandor won his first two gold medals of the season on Sunday after strong finishes in the finals of the Men's 500m and 5000m relay.
Hometown hero Kim Boutin continued her strong start to the 2019/20 World Cup season, all but taking the roof off Montreal's Maurice Richard Arena as she powered to the 1000m gold medal on Saturday.