World All-Round Championship

2014/03/21 - 12:01am to 2014/03/23 - 11:59pm
Event type: 
International Competition

About the World All-Round Championships

The world all-round championships are held annually to determine the best all-round speed skater of the world. The ISU has organised the world all-round championships for men since 1893 (unofficial championships were held in the years 1889-1892) and the world all-round championships for women since 1936 (unofficial championships were held in the years 1933-1935). Only since 1996 have the men's and women's world all-round championships held at the same time and venue.

Skaters skate four distances (for men: 500 metres, 1,500 metres, 5,000 metres and 10,000 metres; and for women: 500 metres, 1,500 metres, 3,000 metres and 5,000 metres), and a ranking is made up based on the times skated on all of four distances. The world all-round champion is the skater with the lowest cumulative samalog points total for the four distances.

Past Results

For all past results, please visit

For 2013-14 announcements, team notes and results, click here.

For the broadcast schedule click here.


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