South Korea's Lee wins second 500m World Cup race

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HEERENVEEN, Netherlands (AP) — South Korea's Sang-Hwa Lee has won her second 500-meter World Cup race of the season, finishing in a time of 37.92 seconds Saturday.

Lee beat American Heather Richardson, who finished in 38.13 seconds.

The two also finished in the same order in the event Friday.

In other races, Canada's Christine Nesbitt won the women's 1,500 in 1 minute, 56.35 seconds.

In men's competition, Finland's Pekka Koskela won the 500 in 34.96 seconds, beating Poland's Artur Was and South Korea's Mo Tae-Bum. Koskela also took second in the men's 1,000, behind Denny Morrison of Canada, who won in 1:09.43.

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