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Audi ISU World Cup 2017/18 - Shanghai (CHN)

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Heat 1      [Splits]    

PlaceStart Pos.Warn.#NameISU MemberResults Qual.
1 1 6 WU Dajing CHN 40.478 Q
2 3 7 AN Victor RUS 40.702 Q
3 4 96 VISCARDI Davide ITA 42.880
4 5 115 TAHTACI Davut TUR 43.793
5 2 15 COURNOYER Charle CAN 1:09.343

Heat 2      [Splits]    

PlaceStart Pos.Warn.#NameISU MemberResults Qual.
1 1 10 LIU Shaolin Sandor HUN 41.028 Q
2 2 12 ELISTRATOV Semen RUS 41.162 Q
3 3 13 CELSKI J.R. USA 41.347 q
4 5 38 SCHUBERT Christoph GER 42.253
5 4 76 AZHGALIYEV Abzal KAZ 44.603

Heat 3      [Splits]    

PlaceStart Pos.Warn.#NameISU MemberResults Qual.
1 3 44 KRUEGER John-Henry USA 41.163 Q
2 1 1 SEO Yi Ra KOR 41.250 Q
3 2 128 LEPAPE Sebastien FRA 41.374 q
4 4 186 SAKASHITA Satoshi JPN 41.647
5 6 21 NIKISHA Denis KAZ 42.054
6 5 77 RODIGARI Nicola ITA 42.303

Heat 4      [Splits]    

PlaceStart Pos.Warn.#NameISU MemberResults Qual.
1 2 187 KIM Do Kyoum KOR 41.010 Q
2 1 8 HAMELIN Charles CAN 41.150 Q
3 3 66 SHI Jingnan CHN 41.353 q
4 5 17 BREEUWSMA Daan NED 41.548
5 4 24 CASSINELLI Andrea ITA 42.043

Heat 5      [Splits]    

PlaceStart Pos.Warn.#NameISU MemberResults Qual.
1 1 5 LIU Shaoang HUN 41.348 Q
2 2 41 ZHUMAGAZIYEV Nurbergen KAZ 41.466 Q
3 5 19 WATANABE Keita JPN 41.641 q
4 3 87 HONG Thomas Insuk USA 41.720
5 4 138 BLUNDEN Keanu AUS 42.313

Heat 6      [Splits]    

PlaceStart Pos.Warn.#NameISU MemberResults Qual.
1 6 58 HWANG Dae Heon KOR 41.505 Q
2 4 3 GIRARD Samuel CAN 41.610 Q
3 2 20 SAKAZUME Ryosuke JPN 41.659 q
4 1 22 BYKANOV Vladislav ISR 42.353
5 5 85 RYZHOU Yauheni BLR 42.701
PEN 3 2 KNEGT Sjinkie NED PEN

Heat 7      [Splits]    

PlaceStart Pos.Warn.#NameISU MemberResults Qual.
1 1 16 REN Ziwei CHN 40.996 Q
2 3 18 HOOGERWERF Dylan NED 41.110 Q
3 4 75 AYRAPETYAN Denis RUS 41.316 q
4 5 197 TIMAR Adam ROU 44.238
5 2 204 PUKITIS Roberto LAT 50.566

The first and second placed skaters from each race and the six fastest third place skaters qualify for Quarterfinals.

Yellow highlighting marks World Cup leader.