Short Track Speed Skating 1000m

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Short Track Speed Skating 1000m
Appeared in Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games
Type Speed Skating
Info Four players do 7 laps around a small skating rink. The first to reach the finish wins.

Short Track Speed Skating 1000m is a Speed Skating Event that appears in Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games. The objective of the event is to complete seven laps of the rink in the fastest time, with the event taking place at the Iceberg Skating Palace. Toads, Charmy and Chao appear as referees in this event.

Gameplay[edit]

In this event, the player starts by swinging the Wii Remote down, and can get a starting boost by swinging it down with perfect timing, however doing it too soon will cause their start to be delayed. Once the player has started skating, they can steer their character by tilting the Wii Remote left and right, and can perform quick turns on the corners of the course by holding B Button while tilting. On Straight sections of the track, the player can tilt their Wii Remote forward to increase their character's speed. The course also features special boost lines, which are blue lines that appear on the track that the player can skate along to fill their special boost gauge. Once the gauge is full, the player can press A Button to perform a special boost, which will give them a large increase in speed temporarily. The boost gauge an only be filled when the player is not currently storing a special boost, and only one can be stored at a time. The character that completes seven laps of the course in the fastest time wins the event.

Tutorial[edit]

Controls[edit]

  • Getting Ready
    Let's begin with how to hold the Wii Remote Plus for Short Track Speed Skating 1000m.
  • This event is played by holding the Wii Remote Plus upright to control the stance of the skater.

Tutorial[edit]

  1. Start
    Let's go over how to start.
    To start, swing the Wii Remote Plus down when the "Go!" signal is given.
    Swing at the same time as the "Go!" signal for a starting dash.
    Try performing the starting sequence now.
  2. Cornering
    Let's talk about how to go around corners.
    At corners, twist the Wii Remote Plus left or right.
    Try cornering now.
  3. Quick Turn
    Let's talk about the quick turn (putting a hand on the ice to turn).
    To perform a quick turn, tilt the Wii Remote Plus left or right while holding B Button.
    Quick turns let you tak a sharper line, but your speed drops a little.
    Try performing a quick turn now.
  4. Speeding up on Straights
    Let's talk about how to build up speed on the straight sections of the course.
    To speed up on a straight, tilt the Wii Remote Plus forward.
    Try speeding up on a straight now.
  5. Special Boost
    Let's talk about the special boost.
    Blue special boost lines can be found on the course.
    Stay on the blue special boost line to build up the special boost gauge.
    When the special boost gauge is full, press A Button to perform a special boost.
    Try skating on the special boost line to do a special boost now.

Control Hints[edit]

  • When using the Wii Remote Plus to play race events, tilt it toward the TV screen (where the sensor bar is) to speed up. During events, the Wii Remote Plus is typically held forward.
  • Use a special boost for an instant burst of speed. Use a special boost as you get it. As you approach the end of the race, save a special boost for a final burst of speed near that finish line.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ショートトラック 1000m
Shōto Torakku 1000m
Short Track 1000m