Canada's Boutin Sets World Record in the Women's 500m Final.

Salt Lake City, UT (November 3, 2019) –  Canada’s Kim Boutin raced her way into the record books in the Ladies 500m race on the final day of the ISU World Cup Short Track – setting a new World Record with a time of 41.936. After jumping out to an early lead, Boutin never looked back, securing the win and the world record in dominant fashion.

On the heels of an impressive showing on Day One of competition, team China turned in another stellar performance Sunday – taking home five total medals. China’s Dajing Wu took home gold in the Men’s 500m Final and the Chinese Women’s 3000m relay team secured gold with a time of 4:08.746.

Rounding out the final day of action at the Utah Olympic Oval, Russia secured yet another gold, taking home the title in the Men’s 5000m relay. A tactical pass by veteran skater Victor An propelled the Russian men into the lead with just three laps to go. That move proved to be the championship moment for the Russian men as Korea and Canada finished close behind.

Video highlights from the final day can be found here.

Full results from today’s action can be found here.