2011–12 ISU Speed Skating World Cup – Women’s 1500 metres

The 1500 metres distance for women in the 2011–12 ISU Speed Skating World Cup was contested over six races on six occasions, out of a total of seven World Cup occasions for the season, with the first occasion taking place in Chelyabinsk, Russia, on 18–20 November 2011, and the final occasion taking place in Berlin, Germany, on 9–11 March 2012.[1]

2011–12 ISU
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Christine Nesbitt of Canada successfully defended her title from the previous season, while Ireen Wüst of the Netherlands came second, and Marrit Leenstra, also of the Netherlands, came third.

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Medal Athlete Points Previous season
Gold Christine Nesbitt 510 1st
Silver Ireen Wüst 450 3rd
Bronze Marrit Leenstra 401 2nd
Occasion # Location Date Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time Report
1 Chelyabinsk, Russia 19 November Ireen Wüst
 Netherlands
1:57.02 Christine Nesbitt
 Canada
1:57.44 Marrit Leenstra
 Netherlands
1:58.27
2 Astana, Kazakhstan 26 November Christine Nesbitt
 Canada
1:56.10 Claudia Pechstein
 Germany
1:56.77 Ireen Wüst
 Netherlands
1:57.00
3 Heerenveen, Netherlands 3 December Christine Nesbitt
 Canada
1:55.68 Ireen Wüst
 Netherlands
1:57.15 Yekaterina Shikhova
 Russia
1:57.17
5 Hamar, Norway 11 February Ireen Wüst
 Netherlands
1:56.99 Christine Nesbitt
 Canada
1:57.03 Marrit Leenstra
 Netherlands
1:57.59
6 Heerenveen, Netherlands 3 March Ireen Wüst
 Netherlands
1:56.01 Marrit Leenstra
 Netherlands
1:57.35 Diane Valkenburg
 Netherlands
1:58.05
7 Berlin, Germany 10 March Christine Nesbitt
 Canada
1:56.77 Marrit Leenstra
 Netherlands
1:56.93 Martina Sáblíková
 Czech Republic
1:57.36

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