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Short Track Speedskating World Cup Results

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The Associated Press | November 9, 2013 11:42 AM EST | AP


500 — 1, Charles Hamelin, Canada, 40.910. 2, Victor An, Russia, 40.935. 3, Olivier Jean, Canada, 41.109. 4, Vladimir Grigorev, Russia, 41.261. Also: J.R. Celski, United States, semifinals. Chris Creveling, United States, quarterfinals. Eduardo Alvarez, United States, eighthfinals.

World Cup Standings (after three events) — 1, Charles Hamelin, Canada, 21,678 points. 2, Vladimir Grigorev, Russia, 18,240. 3, Victor An, Russia, 18,000. 4, Freek Van der Wart, Netherlands, 9,994. 5, Wu Dajing, China, 8,024. Also: 8, Eduardo Alvarez, United States, 6,477. 11, J.R. Celski, United States, 4,955. 13, Chris Creveling, United States, 3,964. 23, Jeff Simon, United States, 3,964. 47, John-Henry Krueger, United States, 24.

1,500 — 1, Lee Han-bin, South Korea, 2:24.363. 2, John-Henry Krueger, United States, 2:24.421. 3, Sjinkie Knegt, Netherlands, 2:24.521. 4, Francois Hamelin, Canada, 2:24.538. 5, Charles Hamelin, Canada, 3:19.903. 6, Noh Jinkyu, South Korea, penalty. Also: Chris Creveling, United States, quarterfinals. J.R. Celski, United States, heats.

World Cup Standings (after three events) — 1, Charles Hamelin, Canada, 22,096. 2, Lee Han-bin, South Korea, 18,352. 3, Victor An, Russia, 15,421. 4, Noh Jinkyu, South Korea, 13,277. 5, Francois Hamelin, Canada, 10,894. Also: John-Henry Krueger, United States, 8,000. 30, Chris Creveling, United States, 263. 34, Jordan Malone, United States, 180. 36, Jeff Simon, United States, 115. 43, Eduardo Alvarez, United States, 59. 54, J.R. Celski, United States, 16.

500 — 1, Wang Meng, China, 43.308. 2, Arianna Fontana, Italy, 43.398. 3, Fan Kexin, China, 44.070. 4, Martina Valcepina, Italy, 44.207. Also: Alyson Dudek and Jessica Smith, United States, heats. Sarah Chen, United States, preliminaries.

World Cup Standings (after three events) — 1, Fan Kexin, China, 24,400. 2, Wang Meng, China, 21,074. 3, Arianna Fontana, Italy, 17,677. 4, Martina Valcepina, Italy, 11,313. 5, Marianne St-Gelais, Canada, 10,536. Also: 17, Jessica Smith, United States, 1,516. 18, Alyson Dudek, United States, 1,448. 32, Sarah Chen, United States, 124.

1,500 — 1, Shim Suk Hee, South Korea, 2:20.031. 2, Park Seung-hi, South Korea, 2:20.511. 3, Zhou Yang, China, 2:20.529. 4, Arianna Fontana, Italy, 2:20.740. 5, Li Jianrou, China, 2:20.786. 6, Elise Christie, Britain, 2:21.340. 7, Bernadett Heidum, Hungary, 2:23.281. Also: Jessica Smith, United States, quarterfinals. Emily Scott and Lana Gehring, United States, heats.

World Cup Standings (after three events) — 1, Shim Suk Hee, South Korea, 28,000. 2, Kim Alang, South Korea, 18,092. 3, Arianna Fontana, Italy, 12,861. 4, Park Seung-hi, South Korea, 11,277. 5, Zhou Yang, China, 10,640. Also: 19, Emily Scott, United States, 1,448. 28, Lana Gehring, United States, 434. 33, Jessica Smith, United States, 130. 71. Chea You Young, United States, 1.