Wang Meng wins short-track speedskating World Cup

2012-12-02 23:57:00 GMT2012-12-03 07:57:00(Beijing Time)  SINA.com
Wang Meng of China and German Robert Seifert won 500-meter races at the short-track speedskating World Cup in Nagoya, Japan, yesterday, while South Korea dominated the 1,500. (Photo/Agencies)Wang Meng of China and German Robert Seifert won 500-meter races at the short-track speedskating World Cup in Nagoya, Japan, yesterday, while South Korea dominated the 1,500. (Photo/Agencies)

China's star skater Wang Meng won 500-meter races in World Cup short-track speedskatingon Sunday, claiming her third straight win at the World Cup tour after returning from a suspension.

Wang finished in 44.595 to finish ahead of compatriot Liu Qiuhong, who clocked 45.111. South Korea'sShim Suk-hee was third in 45.149.

Seifert timed 41.314 seconds to edge out Charles Hamelin of Canada by 0.018 seconds. Travis Jaynerof the United States was third in 41.398.

Lee So-youn of South Africa won the women's 1,500 in 2:31.814, 0.037 seconds ahead of Britain's EliseChristie. Kong Xue of China was third in 2:31.945.

Noh Jin-kyu of South Korea won the men's 1,500 in 2:19.482, beating compatriot Sin Da-woon by 0.058seconds. Sjenkie Knegt of the Netherlands was third in 2:19.609.

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