Juegos y Medallas

Juegos Resultados Deporte Evento
PyeongChang 2018
Juegos Resultados Deporte Evento
PyeongChang 2018
#9 Speed Skating 1,000 metres
#1
Speed Skating 1,500 metres
#2
Speed Skating 3,000 metres
#2
Speed Skating Team Pursuit (6 laps)
Sochi 2014
Juegos Resultados Deporte Evento
Sochi 2014
#2
Speed Skating 1,000 metres
#2
Speed Skating 1,500 metres
#1
Speed Skating 3,000 metres
#2
Speed Skating 5,000 metres
#1
Speed Skating Team Pursuit (6 laps)
Vancouver 2010
Juegos Resultados Deporte Evento
Vancouver 2010
#8 Speed Skating 1,000 metres
#1
Speed Skating 1,500 metres
#7 Speed Skating 3,000 metres
#6 Speed Skating Team Pursuit (6 laps)
Turín 2006
Juegos Resultados Deporte Evento
Turín 2006
#4 Speed Skating 1,000 metres
#3
Speed Skating 1,500 metres
#1
Speed Skating 3,000 metres
#6 Speed Skating Team Pursuit (6 laps)

Ireen WUST

Países Bajos
Patinaje de velocidad
Altura
168 cm / 5'6''
Peso
65 kg / 143 libras
Fecha de nacimiento
1 abr. 1986 Goirle, Netherlands
Género
Femenino

Número de medallas

11 Medallas olímpicas

Juegos Olímpicos

4 Juegos Olímpicos

Ireen WUST: biografía

Ireen Wüst's breakthrough came when she was still a junior. After placing third a the Dutch Championships, she qualified for the European (4th) and World Allround Championships (5th), and she closed out the year by becoming World Junior Champion. The following season, she won three Dutch distance titles, qualifying for four Olympic distances. Considered an outsider, she became the youngest Dutch Winter Olympic Champion by winning the 3000 m, later adding a bronze in the 1500 m. Wüst's best season to date came in 2007. She won the 1000 and 1500 m at the World Single Distance Championships, became World Allround Champion and won the 1500 m World Cup. In addition, she placed second at the World Sprint Championships and the European Championships (despite leading comfortably after 3 events). While she has yet to equal that season, Wüst has continued to medal at international championships. In 2008, she added the World Championship in the team pursuit and the European title to her tally, which also includes three straight Dutch allround titles (2007-2009). She was named Dutch female athlete of the year in 2006, and in 2009 the Ireen Wüst rink opened in Tilburg.

Personal Bests: 500 – 38.44 (2007); 1000 – 1:13.83 (2007); 1500 – 1:52.38 (2007); 3000 – 3:59.74 (2007); 5000 – 6:57.87 (2008).

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