2020 ISU World Single Distances Speed Skating Championships at Utah Olympic Oval

February 13-16, 2020

Join us for the ISU World Single Distances Speed Skating Championships to be held at the Utah Olympic Oval on February 13 – 16, 2020. Watch as U.S. Olympians and the world’s top long track speed skaters compete on the “Fastest Ice on Earth” in the final thrilling ISU competition of the season.

Even with a home ice advantage, Team USA skaters will face steep competition from fellow skaters from the Netherlands, Russia, China and South Korea. Check out the action on the “Fastest Ice on Earth” and watch the athletes as they attempt to set personal bests and break world records!

Tickets

Available soon!

General Admission - Adults (Ages 13+)
General Admission includes first come, first served access to bleachers as well as standing points around the trails.
$18
General Admission - Child (Ages 6-12)
General Admission includes first come, first served access to bleachers as well as standing points around the trails.
$7
Fan Tickets
Fan tickets include reserved seating and food.
$75

Schedule

Coming Soon!

February 13-14
(Thursday & Friday)

Full Schedule Details Coming Soon.

February 15
(Saturday)

Full Schedule Details Coming Soon.

February 16
(Sunday)

Full Schedule Details Coming Soon.

Volunteer

Join the team!

 

Join the team and volunteer! We have many volunteer opportunities for this event.

If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Derek Parra (dparra@uolf.org)

 

Media

 

Information for media credential requests through ISU available here.

Please also send your name, media outlet and type of credential needed to Brennan Smith at bsmith@uolf.org.

Event Information

 

The ISU World Single Distances Speed Skating Championships features the best of the best long track speed skaters in the world vying for world titles in an event on par with Olympic level competition.

The men compete in race distances including 500, 1,000, 1,500, 5,000 and 10,000 meters. Women compete in the 500, 1,000, 1,500, 3,000 and 5,000 meter races. Multiple skater events include Team Pursuit, Team Spring and Mass Start.

US Speed Skating stars Brittany Bowe and Joey Mantia are expected to return to defend their respective titles from the 2019 World Single Distances Speed Skating Championships in Inzell, Germany. Bowe took gold in the 1,000 meter and bronze in the 1,500 meter while Mantia grabbed gold in the men’s Mass Start event.

Bowe, Mantia and other U.S. skaters will compete against elite competition and Olympians from other countries – including the Netherlands – a country that topped the 2019 Worlds with a total of 16 medals.