The “Ice Ribbon” has witnessed record-breaking moments at the Winter Olympics

2022-04-26 0 By

The “ice Ribbon” of the National Speed Skating Hall has been honored as the “fastest ice” since the start of the speed skating competition in Beijing Winter Olympic Games, reported.Multiple speed skaters set new Winter Olympic records on the ice.On February 5, the women’s 3,000m speed skating race began at the “ice Ribbon”, with Dutch star Jens Schoten setting a new Olympic record with a time of 3:56.93.The record, which has not been held for 20 years, was held by The 49-year-old German johann Pechstein, who competed on the same day.On February 6, the speed skating men’s 5,000 meters.In group five, Rust of the Netherlands, who had been competing in the middle distance, broke the Olympic record in the distance event with a time of 6:09.31 on the fastest ice.On February 7, Dutch speed skating legend West, 35, won the women’s 1500m speed skating gold medal in 1:53.28, also an Olympic record.She is also the first athlete to win gold MEDALS in five consecutive Winter Olympics.In the men’s 1500m speed skating event, the world record holder, Jerome Ness of the Netherlands, won in 1 minute 43.21 seconds, a new Olympic record set just minutes earlier by teammate Jerome Kroll.There is no fastest, only faster.The fastest ice will continue to record the speed skaters’ moments and new records.Source: