Kramer has a huge lead over Kuck through nine laps, as Kuck stumbled. The American is 11 seconds behind.
Sven Kramer sets an Olympic record for the Men's 1500m with 6:10.76.
Meanwhile, Jonathan Kuck is currently in 13th place, over 20 seconds back. Team USA's leader is Emery Lehman in 10th place.
Now skating: Kramer's teammate from Netherlands, Jorrit Bergsma.
The 11th pair was good for both participants: The Netherlands' Jorrit Bergsma sits in second place, while Norway's Sverre Lunde Pederson sits in third. With two pairs left, and one competitor from Holland left, it may be a clean sweep.
Now skating: Bart Swings for Belgium, and Jan Blokhuijsen from Netherlands.
Both Blokhuijsen and Swings started out well, beating Kramer's pace. But with a few laps left, they're lagging behind the leader.
Netherlands' Jan Blokhuijsen finishes in second place, for the moment. Right now it seems that the Dutch will finish 1-2-3 with one heat to go. Belgium's Bart swings is in fourth.
Over at the women's ice hockey rink, Canada's Hayley Wickenheiser scores 3:54 into the second period for a shorthanded goal. Team Canada leads Switzerland 3-0.
Now running: Patrick Beckert (Germany) and See Seung-hoon (Korea), who won gold in the 10,000m in Vancouver in 2010 and silver in the 5,000m.
See Seung-hoon finishes in 12th place. The Netherlands take home all the medals.
In women's hockey, Marie-Philip Poulin scores to make it 4-0 for Canda.
In women's hockey, Canada makes it 5-0 as Rebecca Johnston scores with three minutes left in the second.
Let's move on to the ladies' moguls.
Christopher Mazdzer (USA) is currently in fourth place with a 52.744 run.