Canada’s Graeme Fish set a world record to win a gold medal in the men’s 10,000 metres on Friday at the world single distance speed skating championships.
Fish, from Moose Jaw, Sask., finished in 12 minutes 33.868 seconds, breaking fellow Canadian Ted-Jan Bloemen’s world record set in 2015 (12:36.30).
It was the second medal in as many days for the 22-year-old Fish, who captured bronze Thursday in the 5,000.
Bloemen also was back on the podium, finishing second in the 10,000 (12:45.010) after winning the 5,000.
Fish also became the first man from outside the Netherlands to win gold in the 10,000 at the world single distance championships. This year is the 20th time the event has been held.
Germany’s Patrick Beckert was third.
The event runs through Sunday.