2007 KNSB Dutch Allround Championships


2007 KNSB Dutch Allround Championships

The 2007 KNSB Dutch Allround Championships in speed skating were held in the Thialf Stadium in Heerenveen, Netherlands on 23 and 24 December 2006. Although the event took place in December 2006 this was the 2007 edition as it is part of the 2006-07 speed skating season.

Sven Kramer won the men's allround event, finishing in the top four on all distances. Erben Wennemars won bronze in his first start at an allround championship. In the women's event, Ireen Wüst won both the shortest distances, and finished on the podium in all four distances to take overall victory by almost two points.

Men's results

500 m

10,000 m

1500 m

5000 m

Wüst, Groenewold, Vis and Van Deutekom were selected for the European Championships.


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