Evert Stenlund, Davis

Shani Davis, 13 August 1982




After a successful weekend in Salt Lake City March 2009, Davis squeezed ahead of Sven Kramer to head the Adelskalendern. Davis was first heard of as a short tracker when he became the national Junior Short Track Champion in 2001 and 2002. After that he has tried to compete in both disciplines. Without question his main accomplishments have come on the long track arena. In the Olympics in Turin 2006 he won gold on 1000 m and silver on 1500 m. In the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver he managed to repeat the same thing. He became World Allround Champion in 2005 and 2006 and World Sprint Champion in 2009, thereby being the second male skater to become World Champion in both allround and sprint (the first one was Eric Heiden). To date, he also has 5 individual gold medals from Single Distance World Championships.








Personal Records:

34.78 Salt Lake City 6 March 2009
1.06.42 Salt Lake City 7 March 2009
1.41.04 Salt Lake City 11 December 2009
3.45.30 Salt Lake City 18 October 2014
6.10.49 Calgary 18 March 2006
13.05.94 Calgary 19 March 2006

World Records:

1.43.33 Salt Lake City 9 January 2005
149.359 Salt Lake City 9 January 2005 (Big Comb.)
1.07.03 Salt Lake City 20 November 2005
1.42.68 Calgary 19 March 2006
145.742 Calgary 19 March 2006 (Big Comb.)
1.42.32 Calgary 4 March 2007
1.41.80 Salt Lake City 6 March 2009
1.06.42 Salt Lake City 7 March 2009
1.41.04 Salt Lake City 11 December 2009

#1 in Adelskalendern:

6 March 2009 -
Last modified: September 2 2015

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