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1913 World Allround Speed Skating Championships

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Dates  1–2 March 1913
Competitors  15from 5 nations
1913 World Allround Speed Skating Championships
Venue  Pohjoissatama, Helsinki, Finland

The 1913 World Allround Speed Skating Championships took place at 1 and 2 March 1913 at the ice rink Pohjoissatama in Helsinki, Finland.

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Oscar Mathisen was defending champion and succeeded in prolonging his title. Oscar Mathisen became World champion for the fourth time. He is the first ice-skater winning the World championship four times.

Allround results

* = Fell NC = Not classified NF = Not finished NS = Not started DQ = Disqualified

Source: SpeedSkatingStats.com

Rules

Four distances have to be skated:

  • 500m
  • 1500m
  • 5000m
  • 10000m
  • The ranking was made by award ranking points. The points were awarded to the skaters who had skated all the distances. The final ranking was then decided by ordering the skaters by lowest point totals.

  • 1 point for 1st place
  • 2 point for 2nd place
  • 3 point for 3rd place
  • and so on
  • One could win the World Championships also by winning at least three of the four distances, so the ranking could be affected by this.

    Silver and bronze medals were awarded.

    References

    1913 World Allround Speed Skating Championships Wikipedia


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