Japan's Ayano Sato, left, sprints for the victory with Canada's Ivanie Blondin, right, during the final of the women's mass start race of the Speedskating World Cup at the Thialf ice rink in Heerenveen, Netherlands, Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017.
Japan's Ayano Sato, left, sprints for the victory with Canada's Ivanie Blondin, right, during the final of the women's mass start race of the Speedskating World Cup at the Thialf ice rink in Heerenveen, Netherlands, Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017. Peter Dejong AP Photo
Japan's Ayano Sato, left, sprints for the victory with Canada's Ivanie Blondin, right, during the final of the women's mass start race of the Speedskating World Cup at the Thialf ice rink in Heerenveen, Netherlands, Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017. Peter Dejong AP Photo

Japan enjoys 3 more wins at speedskating World Cup

November 11, 2017 09:51 AM

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