On Sunday morning, it was clear by 1000 meters and 5000 meters at the weekend ice skating event in Japan.
In the 1000 meters Håvard Lorentzen went to the tenth and final pair along with the Dutchman Kai Verbij, but none of them managed to tame the runners who had gone before them.
Lorentzen never got up at high speed, finishing at 1.08.80 and 4th.
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– Maximum speed lost
Thus, it has become the first mountain race off the podium so far this season. On Friday he won the 500 meters before finishing third in the same distance on Saturday.
The Russian Pavel Kulizhnikov won the 1,000 meters in the season of 1.07.85 in front of the Dutchman Kjeld Nuis and Thomas Krol.
National coach Edel Therese Høiseth declared the following for NRK after the race for Lorentzen:
"It was not quite what I expected. He did not have the top speed in place and he could do better than that.
Sindre Henriksen walked 5000 meters in the evening of Group B until Sunday. He finished with 5th place and the time of 6,24,93 in the Lorentzen teammate in Fana IL.
Sverre Lunde Pedersen starts 5000 meters later on Sunday.