Olympians Who Set a World Record in Speed Skating (204)

Athlete Nation(s) Sport(s) Era Notes
Nils Aaness NOR SSK 1960—1964 Big Combination – 27 January 1963 - 24 February 1963: 180.560 (26/27 January 1963; Oslo, NOR)
Hjalmar Andersen NOR SSK 1948—1956 5000 m – 13 January 1951 - 23 January 1952: 8:07.3 (13 January 1951; Trondheim, NOR); 10000 m – 6 February 1949 - 27 February 1960: 16:57.4 (6 February 1949; Davos, SUI), 16:51.4 (27 January 1952; Gjøvik, NOR), 16:32.6 (10 February 1952; Hamar, NOR)
Daniela Anschütz-Thoms GER SSK 2002—2010 Team Pursuit – 13 November 2005 - 6 December 2009: 2:56.04 (13 November 2005; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Daniela Anschütz)
Ants Antson EST
URS
SSK 1964—1992 3000 m – 11 February 1964 - 25 February 1965: 4:27.3 (11 February 1964; Oslo, NOR)
Tatyana Averina-Barabash URS SSK 1976—1980 500 m – 11 March 1975 - 21 March 1975 and 29 March 1975 - 31 January 1976: 41.70 (11 March 1975; Medeo, URS) (competed as Tatyana Averina), 41.06 (29 March 1975; Medeo, URS) (competed as Tatyana Averina); 1000 m – 2 April 1974 - 27 March 1980: 1:26.40 (2 April 1974; Medeo, URS) (competed as Tatyana Averina), 1:26.12 (12 March 1975; Medeo, URS) (competed as Tatyana Averina), 1:25.28 (22 March 1975; Medeo, URS) (competed as Tatyana Averina), 1:23.46 (29 March 1975; Medeo, URS) (competed as Tatyana Averina); 1500 m – 1 April 1974 - 10 April 1978: 2:14.00 (1 April 1974; Medeo, URS) (competed as Tatyana Averina), 2:09.90 (11 March 1975; Medeo, URS) (competed as Tatyana Averina); Sprint Combination – 28/29 March 1975 - 12/13 March 1976: 168.285 (28/29 March 1975; Medeo, URS) (competed as Tatyana Averina); Mini Combination – 2 April 1974 - 13 March 1976: 180.090 (1/2 April 1974; Medeo, URS) (competed as Tatyana Averina), 176.930 (11/12 March 1975; Medeo, URS) (competed as Tatyana Averina)
Stien Baas-Kaiser NED SSK 1968—1972 1000 m – 3 March 1968 - 9 February 1969 and 16 January 1971 - 20 February 1971: 1:31.0 (3 March 1968; Inzell, FRG) (competed as Stien Kaiser), 1:29.0 (16 January 1971; Davos, SUI) (competed as Stien Kaiser); 1500 m – 15 January 1971 - 1 April 1974: 2:15.8 (15 January 1971; Davos, SUI) (competed as Stien Kaiser); 3000 m – 29 January 1967 - 2 February 1969 and 16 January 1971 - 12 January 1975: 5:04.8 (29 January 1967; Davos, SUI) (competed as Stien Kaiser), 4:56.8 (5 March 1967; Inzell, FRG) (competed as Stien Kaiser), 4:54.6 (3 February 1968; Davos, SUI) (competed as Stien Kaiser), 4:46.5 (16 January 1971; Davos, SUI) (competed as Stien Kaiser); Mini Combination – 5 March 1967 - 23 February 1969 and 16 January 1971 - 16 January 1972: 188.634 (4/5 March 1967; Inzell, FRG) (competed as Stien Kaiser), 182.817 (15/16 January 1971; Davos, SUI) (competed as Stien Kaiser)
Ivar Ballangrud NOR SSK 1928—1936 3000 m – 29 January 1935 - 3 February 1942: 4:49.6 (29 January 1935; Davos, SUI); 5000 m – 19 January 1929 - 22 January 1933 and 18 January 1936 - 3 February 1941: 8:24.2 (19 January 1929; Davos, SUI), 8:21.6 (11 January 1930; Davos, SUI), 8:17.2 (18 January 1936; Oslo, NOR); 10000 m – 6 February 1938 - 3 March 1940: 17:14.4 (6 February 1938; Davos, SUI)
Bonnie Blair USA SSK 1984—1994 500 m – 19 March 1987 - 6 December 1987 and 22 February 1988 - 22 November 1997: 39.43 (19 March 1987; Heerenveen, NED), 39.10 (22 February 1988; Calgary, CAN), 38.99 (26 March 1994; Calgary, CAN), 38.69 (2 February 1995; Calgary, CAN); Sprint Combination – 26 February 1989 - 23 November 1997: 159.435 (25/26 February 1989; Heerenveen, NED), 159.390 (18/19 January 1992; Davos, SUI), 157.405 (29/30 January 1994; Calgary, CAN), 156.505 (25/26 March 1994; Calgary, CAN), 156.435 (11/11 February 1995; Calgary, CAN)
Ted-Jan Bloemen CAN SSK 2018 5000 m – 10 December 2017 - present: 6:01.86 (10 December 2017; Salt Lake City, USA); 10000 m – 21 November 2015 - 14 February 2020: 12:36.30 (21 November 2015; Salt Lake City, USA)
Jan Blokhuijsen NED SSK 2010—2018 Team Pursuit – 9 November 2013 - 15 February 2020: 3:37.17 (9 November 2013; Calgary, CAN), 3:35.60 (16 November 2013; Salt Lake City, USA)
Jan Bols NED SSK 1968—1972 3000 m – 27 January 1970 - 15 January 1971: 4:16.4 (27 January 1970; Cortina d'Ampezzo, ITA); Big Combination – 8 March 1970 - 31 January 1971: 171.512 (7/8 March 1970; Inzell, FRG)
Hasse Börjes SWE SSK 1968—1972 500 m – 18 January 1970 - 24 January 1970, 25 January 1970 - 29 January 1970, and 8 March 1970 - 14 March 1971: 38.9 (18 January 1970; Davos, SUI), 38.87 (25 January 1970; Medeo, URS), 38.46 (8 March 1970; Inzell, FRG); Sprint Combination – 12 December 1971 - 8 January 1972: 163.300 (11/12 December 1971; Kongsberg, NOR)
Jan Bos NED CTR/SSK 1998—2010 1000 m – 21 February 1999 - 12 January 2000: 1:08.55 (21 February 1999; Calgary, CAN)
Thomas Bos NED SSK 1992 3000 m – 3 April 1992 - 8 March 1996: 3:56.16 (3 April 1992; Calgary, CAN)
Sylvain Bouchard CAN SSK 1994—1998 1000 m – 22 December 1995 - 23 December 1995 and 29 March 1998 - 15 January 1999: 1:12.27 (22 December 1995; Calgary, CAN), 1:09.60 (29 March 1998; Calgary, CAN)
Gaétan Boucher CAN SSK 1976—1988 1000 m – 31 January 1981 - 25 March 1983: 1:13.39 (31 January 1981; Davos, SUI); Sprint Combination – 31 January 1981 - 26 March 1983: 148.785 (30/31 January 1981; Davos, SUI)
KC Boutiette USA SSK 1994—2006 1500 m – 15 March 1997 - 16 March 1997: 1:50.09 (15 March 1997; Calgary, CAN); Team Pursuit – 13 November 2004 - 21 November 2004: 3:48.56 (13 November 2004; Hamar, NOR); Small Combination – 15 March 1997 - 21 March 1998: 154.103 (14/15 March 1997; Calgary, CAN)
Brittany Bowe USA SSK 2014—2018 1000 m – 17 November 2013 - 14 November 2015, 22 November 2015 - 10 December 2017, and 9 March 2019 - present: 1:12.58 (17 November 2013; Salt Lake City, USA), 1:12.18 (22 November 2015; Salt Lake City, USA), 1:11.61 (9 March 2019; Salt Lake City, USA); 1500 m – 15 November 2015 - 21 November 2015 and 10 March 2019: 1:51.59 (15 November 2015; Calgary, CAN), 1:50.35 (10 March 2019; Salt Lake City, USA)
Oleg Bozhev URS SSK 1984 1500 m – 24 March 1984 - 15 February 1987: 1:53.26 (24 March 1984; Medeo, URS)
Christian Breuer GER SSK 1998—2002 Small Combination – 20 March 1999 - 15 August 1999: 149.283 (19/20 March 1999; Calgary, CAN)
Ellie van den Brom NED SSK 1968—1972 1000 m – 9 February 1969 - 9 January 1970: 1:30.0 (9 February 1969; Davos, SUI)
Ruth Budzisch-Schleiermacher GDR SSK 1968—1972 500 m – 4 February 1969 - 9 January 1970: 44.6 (4 February 1969; Davos, SUI) (competed as Ruth Schleiermacher)
Sylvia Burka CAN SSK 1972—1980 Sprint Combination – 14 January 1973 - 20 January 1973: 175.050 (13/14 January 1973; Davos, SUI); Mini Combination – 13 March 1976 - 23 March 1976: 176.468 (12/13 March 1976; Inzell, FRG)
Armand Carlsen NOR SSK 1928 10000 m – 5 February 1928 - 6 February 1938: 17:17.4 (5 February 1928; Davos, SUI)
Göran Claeson SWE SSK 1968—1972 Big Combination – 2 March 1969 - 8 March 1970: 171.758 (1/2 March 1969; Inzell, FRG)
Arne Dankers CAN SSK 2006 Team Pursuit – 12 November 2005 - 11 March 2007: 3:39.69 (12 November 2005; Calgary, CAN)
Shani Davis USA SSK 2006—2018 1000 m – 20 November 2005 - 10 November 2007 and 7 March 2009 - 9 March 2019: 1:07.03 (20 November 2005; Salt Lake City, USA), 1:06.42 (7 March 2009; Salt Lake City, USA); 1500 m – 9 January 2005 - 18 November 2005, 19 March 2006 - 9 November 2007, and 6 March 2009 - 9 December 2017: 1:43.33 (9 January 2005; Salt Lake City, USA), 1:42.68 (19 March 2006; Calgary, CAN), 1:42.32 (4 March 2007; Calgary, CAN), 1:41.80 (6 March 2009; Salt Lake City, USA), 1:41.04 (11 December 2009; Salt Lake City, USA); Big Combination – 9 January 2005 - 22 January 2006 and 19 March 2006 - 3 March 2019: 149.359 (8/9 January 2005; Salt Lake City, USA), 145.742 (18/19 March 2006; Calgary, CAN)
Vincent de Haître CAN SSK 2014—2018 Team sprint – 22 November 2015 - present: 1:17.75 (22 November 2015; Salt Lake City, USA), 1:17.31 (1 December 2017; Calgary, CAN)
Andreas Dietel GDR SSK 1980—1984 Small Combination – 17 January 1981 - 17 January 1982: 163.244 (16/17 January 1981; Davos, SUI)
Laurent Dubreuil CAN SSK 2018 Team sprint – 1 December 2017 - present: 1:17.31 (1 December 2017; Calgary, CAN)
Hilbert van der Duim NED SSK 1980—1984 One Hour – 28 November 1986 - 28 November 1988: 39492.80 m (28 November 1986; Heerenveen, NED)
William Dutton CAN SSK 2014 Team sprint – 22 November 2015 - 1 December 2017: 1:17.75 (22 November 2015; Salt Lake City, USA)
Jaap Eden NED CTR 1900 1500 m – 11 January 1893 - 25 February 1893 and 23 February 1895 - 7 February 1898: 2:35.0 (11 January 1893; Paterswolde, NED), 2:25.4 (23 February 1895; Hamar, NOR): 5000 m – 25 February 1894 - 4 February 1911: 8:37.6 (25 February 1894; Hamar, NOR); 10000 m – 10 February 1894 - 11 February 1900: 19:12.4 (10 February 1894; Neglingeviken, SWE), 17:56.0 (23 February 1895; Hamar, NOR)
Lasse Efskind NOR SSK 1972 500 m – 13 January 1973 - 15 March 1975: 38.0 (13 January 1973; Davos, SUI); 1000 m – 13 January 1973 - 11 April 1974: 1:17.6 (13 January 1973; Davos, SUI); Sprint Combination – 14 January 1973 - 18 March 1975: 154.400 (13/14 January 1973; Davos, SUI)
Andrea Ehrig-Schöne-Mitscherlich GDR SSK 1976—1988 1500 m – 24 March 1984 - 6 March 1986: 2:03.34 (24 March 1984; Medeo, URS) (competed as Andrea Schöne); 3000 m – 23 March 1984 - 21 March 1986: 4:20.91 (23 March 1984; Medeo, URS) (competed as Andrea Schöne); 5000 m – 23 January 1983 - 15 January 1984 and 24 March 1984 - 20 March 1987: 7:40.97 (23 January 1983; Heerenveen, NED) (competed as Andrea Schöne), 7:34.52 (24 March 1984; Medeo, URS) (competed as Andrea Schöne), 7:32.82 (10 February 1985; Sarajevo, YUG) (competed as Andrea Schöne), 7:31.45 (12 January 1986; Geithus, SWE) (competed as Andrea Ehrig), 7:20.99 (22 March 1986; Medeo, URS) (competed as Andrea Ehrig); 10000 m – 11 March 1987 - 16 March 1988: 16:27.8 (11 March 1987; Karl-Marx-Stadt, GDR) (competed as Andrea Ehrig); Small Combination – 23 January 1983 - 15 January 1984 and 24 March 1984 - 22 March 1986: 177.669 (22/23 January 1983; Heerenveen, NED) (competed as Andrea Schöne), 171.760 (23/24 March 1984; Medeo, URS) (competed as Andrea Schöne)
Steven Elm CAN SSK 1998—2006 3000 m – 19 March 1999 - 11 August 2000: 3:45.23 (19 March 1999; Calgary, CAN), 3:43.76 (17 March 2000; Calgary, CAN); Team Pursuit – 12 November 2005 - 11 March 2007: 3:39.69 (12 November 2005; Calgary, CAN); Small Combination – 29 November 1998 - 20 March 1999: 152.043 (27/29 November 1998; Calgary, CAN)
Hans Engnestangen NOR SSK 1932—1936 500 m – 21 January 1933 - 18 January 1936 and 30 January 1937 - 6 January 1952: 42.5 (21 January 1933; Davos, SUI), 42.3 (30 January 1937; Davos, SUI), 41.8 (5 February 1938; Davos, SUI); 1500 m – 29 January 1939 - 20 January 1952: 2:13.8 (29 January 1939; Davos, SUI)
Karin Enke-Kania GDR SSK 1980—1988 500 m – 21 March 1986 - 19 March 1987: 39.52 (21 March 1986; Medeo, URS) (competed as Karin Kania); 1000 m – 22 February 1986 - 26 February 1988: 1:18.84 (22 February 1986; Karuizawa, JPN) (competed as Karin Kania), 1:18.11 (5 December 1987; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Karin Kania); 1500 m – 9 February 1984 - 24 March 1984 and 6 March 1986 - 29 November 1997: 2:03.42 (9 February 1984; Sarajevo, YUG) (competed as Karin), 2:02.23 (6 March 1986; Inzell, FRG) (competed as Karin Kania), 1:59.30 (22 March 1986; Medeo, URS) (competed as Karin Kania); 3000 m – 21 March 1986 - 19 March 1987: 4:18.02 (21 March 1986; Medeo, URS) (competed as Karin Kania); Sprint Combination – 23 February 1986 - 26 February 1989: 160.060 (22/23 February 1986; Karuizawa, JPN) (competed as Karin Kania); Mini Combination – 14 February 1982 - 26 March 1983: 168.271 (13/14 February 1982; Inzell, FRG) (competed as Karin Busch-Enke); Small Combination – 22 March 1986 - 9 January 1994: 168.271 (21/22 March 1986; Medeo, URS) (competed as Karin Kania)
Ivar Eriksen NOR SSK 1964—1968 1000 m – 9 March 1968 - 24 January 1970 and 15 January 1971 - 20 February 1971: 1:20.5 (9 March 1968; Inzell, FRG), 1:20.3 (8 February 1969; Inzell, FRG), 1:19.5 (1 March 1969; Inzell, FRG), 1:19.2 (15 January 1971; Davos, SUI); 3000 m – 28 February 1963 - 23 March 1963: 4:33.0 (28 February 1963; Oslo, NOR)
Eskil Ervik NOR SSK 2002—2006 3000 m – 5 November 2005 - present: 3:37.28 (5 November 2005; Calgary, CAN)
Enrico Fabris ITA SSK 2002—2010 5000 m – 10 November 2007 - 17 November 2007: 6:07.40 (10 November 2007; Salt Lake City, USA)
Rolf Falk-Larssen NOR SSK 1984—1988 Small Combination – 17 January 1982 - 13 January 1985: 162.734 (16/17 January 1982; Davos, SUI), 161.758 (22/23 January 1983; Davos, SUI)
Sverre Farstad NOR SSK 1948 Big Combination – 6 February 1949 - 10 January 1955: 188.958 (5/6 February 1949; Davos, SUI)
Olga Fatkulina RUS SSK 2010—2014 Team sprint – 22 November 2015: 1:26.07 (22 November 2015; Salt Lake City, USA)
Dag Fornæss NOR SSK 1972 3000 m – 28 January 1969 - 27 January 1970: 4:17.4 (28 January 1969; Cortina d'Ampezzo, ITA)
Anni Friesinger-Postma GER SSK 1998—2010 1500 m – 29 March 1998 - 20 March 1999, 4 March 2001 - 9 January 2005, and 6 November 2005 - 20 November 2005: 1:56.95 (29 March 1998; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Anni Friesinger), 1:54.38 (4 March 2001; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Anni Friesinger), 1:54.02 (20 February 2002; Salt Lake City, USA) (competed as Anni Friesinger), 1:53.22 (6 November 2005; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Anni Friesinger); Team Pursuit – 13 November 2005 - 6 December 2009: 2:56.04 (13 November 2005; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Anni Friesinger)
Monique Garbrecht-Enfeldt GER SSK 1992—2002 1000 m – 21 February 1999 - 3 March 2001 and 10 March 2001 - 2 December 2001: 1:14.61 (21 February 1999; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Monique Garbrecht), 1:14.13 (10 March 2001; Salt Lake City, USA) (competed as Monique Garbrecht-Enfeldt); Sprint Combination – 21 February 1999 - 7 January 2001 and 12 January 2003 - 25 March 2006: 151.605 (20/21 February 1999; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Monique Garbrecht), 149.305 (11/12 January 2003; Salt Lake City, USA) (competed as Monique Garbrecht-Enfeldt)
Monika Gawenus-Holzner-Pflug FRG SSK 1972—1988 Sprint Combination – 27 February 1972 - 14 January 1973: 183.085 (26/27 February 1972; Eskilstuna, SWE) (competed as Monika Pflug)
Yvonne van Gennip NED SSK 1984—1992 3000 m – 19 March 1987 - 5 December 1987 and 23 February 1988 - 9 December 1990: 4:16.85 (19 March 1987; Heerenveen, NED), 4:11.94 (23 February 1988; Calgary, CAN); 5000 m – 20 March 1987 - 6 December 1993: 7:20.36 (20 March 1987; Heerenveen, NED), 7:14.13 (28 February 1988; Calgary, CAN); 10000 m – 19 March 1988 - 27 March 1994: 15:25.25 (19 March 1988; Heerenveen, NED)
Yevgeny Grishin URS SSK 1956—1968 500 m – 22 January 1956 - 28 January 1968: 40.2 (22 January 1956; Misurina, ITA), 40.2 (28 January 1956; Misurina, ITA), 39.6 (27 January 1963; Medeo, URS), 39.5 (28 January 1963; Medeo, URS); 1000 m – 12 January 1955 - 28 February 1967: 1:22.8 (12 January 1955; Medeo, URS); 1500 m – 10 January 1955 - 20 January 1956 and 30 January 1956 - 1 March 1959: 2:09.8 (10 January 1955; Medeo, URS), 2:08.6 (30 January 1956; Misurina, ITA)
Stefan Groothuis NED SSK 2006—2014 Team sprint – 14 November 2015 - 22 November 2015: 1:18.79 (14 November 2015; Calgary, CAN); Sprint Combination – 29 January 2012 - 27 January 2013: 136.810 (28/29 January 2012; Calgary, CAN)
Kristina Groves CAN SSK 2002—2010 Team Pursuit – 14 November 2004 - 13 November 2005 and 6 December 2009 - 10 November 2017: 3:05.49 (14 November 2004; Hamar, NOR), 3:03.07 (20 November 2004; Berlin, GER), 2:55.79 (6 December 2009; Calgary, CAN)
Boris Gulyayev URS SSK 1964 500 m – 13 January 1970 - 18 January 1970: 39.03 (13 January 1970; Medeo, URS)
Nikolay Gulyayev URS
EUN
SSK 1988—1992 1500 m – 15 February 1987 - 5 December 1987: 1:52.70 (15 February 1987; Heerenveen, NED) (competed for the Soviet Union); Big Combination – 15 February 1987 - 10 February 1991: 159.356 (14/15 February 1987; Heerenveen, NED) (competed for the Soviet Union)
Tomas Gustafson SWE SSK 1980—1992 10000 m – 31 January 1982 - 24 March 1984 and 21 February 1988 - 10 February 1991: 14:23.59 (31 January 1982; Oslo, NOR), 13:48.20 (21 February 1988; Calgary, CAN)
Per Willy Guttormsen NOR SSK 1968—1972 10000 m – 10 March 1968 - 26 January 1969: 15:16.1 (10 March 1968; Inzell, FRG)
Helga Haase GER SSK 1960—1964 Mini Combination – 20 January 1960 - 21 January 1960: 202.834 (19/20 January 1960; Davos, SUI) (competed for East Germany)
Chad Hedrick USA SSK 2006—2010 1500 m – 18 November 2005 - 19 March 2006: 1:42.78 (18 November 2005; Salt Lake City, USA); 3000 m – 10 March 2005 - 5 November 2005: 3:39.02 (10 March 2005; Calgary, CAN); 5000 m – 13 November 2005 - 19 November 2005: 6:09.68 (13 November 2005; Calgary, CAN); 10000 m – 31 December 2005 - 19 March 2006: 12:55.11 (31 December 2005; Salt Lake City, USA); Team Pursuit – 13 November 2004 - 21 November 2004: 3:48.56 (13 November 2004; Hamar, NOR); Big Combination – 8 February 2004 - 9 January 2005 and 22 January 2006 - 19 March 2006: 150.478 (7/8 February 2004; Hamar, NOR), 148.799 (21/22 January 2006; Calgary, CAN)
Eric Heiden USA SSK 1976—1980 1000 m – 12 March 1978 - 31 January 1981: 1:14.99 (12 March 1978; Savalen, NOR), 1:14.99 (17 February 1979; Inzell, FRG), 1:13.60 (13 January 1980; Davos, SUI); 1500 m – 19 January 1980 - 26 March 1983: 1:54.79 (19 January 1980; Davos, SUI); 3000 m – 2 March 1978 - 28 March 1979: 4:07.01 (2 March 1978; Inzell, FRG), 4:06.91 (18 March 1979; Savalen, NOR); 10000 m – 23 February 1980 - 29 March 1980: 14:28.13 (23 February 1980; Lake Placid, USA); Sprint Combination – 13 January 1980 - 31 January 1981: 150.250 (12/13 January 1980; Davos, SUI); Big Combination – 11 February 1979 - 26 March 1983: 162.973 (10/11 February 1979; Oslo, NOR)
Siem Heiden NED SSK 1928 5000 m – 22 January 1933 - 3 February 1934: 8:19.2 (22 January 1933; Davos, SUI)
Hans van Helden FRA
NED
SSK 1976—1988 1500 m – 13 March 1976 - 20 March 1977: 1:55.61 (13 March 1976; Inzell, FRG) (competed for the Netherlands); 5000 m – 30 January 1976 - 5 March 1976: 7:07.82 (30 January 1976; Davos, SUI) (competed for the Netherlands)
Anne Henning USA SSK 1972 500 m – 20 February 1971 - 19 January 1973: 42.91 (20 February 1971; Inzell, FRG), 42.75 (21 February 1971; Inzell, FRG), 42.5 (7 January 1972; Davos, SUI); 1000 m – 8 January 1972 - 2 April 1974: 1:27.3 (8 January 1972; Davos, SUI)
André Hoffmann GDR SSK 1984—1988 1500 m – 20 February 1988 - 8 January 1994: 1:52.06 (20 February 1988; Calgary, CAN); 3000 m – 12 January 1985 - 18 January 1986: 4:03.31 (12 January 1985; Davos, SUI); Small Combination – 13 January 1985 - 17 March 1990: 161.158 (12/13 January 1985; Davos, SUI)
Manabu Horii JPN SSK 1994—2002 1000 m – 1 March 1996 - 23 November 1997: 1:11.67 (1 March 1996; Calgary, CAN), 1:10.63 (22 November 1997; Calgary, CAN); Sprint Combination – 3 March 1996 - 23 November 1997: 143.425 (1/3 March 1996; Calgary, CAN)
Clara Hughes CAN CYC/SSK 1996—2012 Team Pursuit – 14 November 2004 - 13 November 2005: 3:05.49 (14 November 2004; Hamar, NOR), 3:03.07 (20 November 2004; Berlin, GER)
Anton Huiskes NED SSK 1948—1952 3000 m – 24 January 1953 - 12 January 1963: 4:40.2 (24 January 1953; Davos, SUI)
Mike Ireland CAN SSK 1994—2010 1000 m – 3 March 2001 - 11 March 2001: 1:08.34 (3 March 2001; Calgary, CAN)
Dan Jansen USA SSK 1984—1994 500 m – 25 January 1992 - 2 March 1996: 36.41 (25 January 1992; Davos, SUI), 36.41 (19 March 1993; Calgary, CAN), 36.02 (20 March 1993; Calgary, CAN), 35.92 (4 December 1993; Hamar, NOR), 35.76 (30 January 1994; Calgary, CAN); 1000 m – 18 February 1994 - 26 March 1994: 1:12.43 (18 February 1994; Hamar, NOR); Sprint Combination – 20 March 1993 - 26 March 1994: 145.580 (19/20 March 1993; Calgary, CAN), 144.815 (29/30 January 1994; Calgary, CAN)
Juhani Järvinen FIN SSK 1956—1964 1500 m – 1 March 1959 - 26 January 1966: 2:06.3 (1 March 1959; Squaw Valley, USA)
Bjørg Eva Jensen NOR SSK 1980—1984 10000 m – 7 March 1985 - 11 March 1987: 16:49.82 (7 March 1985; Savalen, NOR)
Knut Johannesen NOR SSK 1956—1964 3000 m – 12 January 1963 - 28 February 1963: 4:33.9 (12 January 1963; Tønsberg, NOR); 5000 m – 26 January 1963 - 23 February 1963: 7:37.8 (26 January 1963; Oslo, NOR); 10000 m – 27 February 1960 - 24 February 1963: 15:46.6 (27 February 1960; Squaw Valley, USA); Big Combination – 19/20 January 1963 - 26/27 January 1963: 183.035 (19/20 January 1963; Hamar, NOR)
Bob de Jong NED SSK 1998—2014 3000 m – 8 March 1996 - 25 February 1998: 3:53.06 (8 March 1996; Calgary, CAN)
Gilmore Junio CAN SSK 2014—2018 Team sprint – 1 December 2017 - present: 1:17.31 (1 December 2017; Calgary, CAN)
Erina Kamiya JPN SSK 2018 Team sprint – 14 November 2015 - 22 November 2015: 1:26.82 (14 November 2015; Calgary, CAN)
Geir Karlstad NOR SSK 1984—1992 5000 m – 22 November 1987 - 9 February 1991: 6:45.44 (22 November 1987; Heerenveen, NED), 6:43.59 (4 December 1987; Calgary, CAN); 10000 m – 16 February 1986 - 21 February 1988: 14:12.14 (16 February 1986; Inzell, FRG), 14:03.92 (15 February 1987; Heerenveen, NED), 13:48.51 (6 December 1987; Calgary, CAN)
Joji Kato JPN SSK 2006—2018 500 m – 19 November 2005 - 9 March 2007: 34.30 (19 November 2005; Salt Lake City, USA)
Erhard Keller FRG SSK 1968—1972 500 m – 28 January 1968 - 1 March 1969, 14 March 1971 - 8 January 1972, and 4 March 1972 - 13 January 1973: 39.2 (28 January 1968; Inzell, FRG), 38.42 (14 March 1971; Inzell, FRG), 38.30 (2 January 1972; Inzell, FRG), 38.0 (4 March 1972; Inzell, FRG); 1000 m – 4 March 1972 - 13 January 1973: 1:18.5 (4 March 1972; Inzell, FRG); Sprint Combination – 5 March 1972 - 14 January 1973: 155.800 (4/5 March 1972; Inzell, FRG)
Gerard Kemkers NED SSK 1988 Small Combination – 17 March 1990 - 17 February 1991: 160.454 (16/17 March 1990; Inzell, FRG)
Atje Keulen-Deelstra NED SSK 1972 1500 m – 14 March 1970 - 15 January 1971: 2:17.2 (14 March 1970; Inzell, FRG); Mini Combination – 16 January 1972 - 2 April 1974: 182.805 (15/16 January 1972; Inzell, FRG)
Ayaka Kikuchi JPN SSK 2014—2018 Team Pursuit – 2 December 2017 - 8 December 2017: 2:53.88 (2 December 2017; Calgary, CAN)
Cindy Klassen CAN SSK 2002—2010 1000 m – 24 March 2006 - 28 January 2012: 1:13.46 (24 March 2006; Calgary, CAN), 1:13.11 (25 March 2006; Calgary, CAN); 1500 m – 9 January 2005 - 6 November 2005 and 20 November 2005 - 15 November 2015: 1:53.87 (9 January 2005; Salt Lake City, USA), 1:53.77 (28 October 2005; Calgary, CAN), 1:51.79 (20 November 2005; Salt Lake City, USA); 3000 m – 12 November 2005 - 2 March 2019: 3:55.75 (12 November 2005; Calgary, CAN), 3:53.34 (18 March 2006; Calgary, CAN); Team Pursuit – 14 November 2004 - 13 November 2005: 3:05.49 (14 November 2004; Hamar, NOR), 3:03.07 (20 November 2004; Berlin, GER); Sprint Combination – 25 March 2006 - 29 January 2012: 149.305 (24/25 March 2006; Calgary, CAN); Mini Combination – 17 March 2001 - 11 November 2007: 155.576 (15/17 March 2001; Calgary, CAN), 155.456 (28/30 December 2006; Calgary, CAN); Small Combination – 26 January 2003 - present: 159.723 (25/26 January 2003; Salt Lake City, USA), 159.605 (8/9 January 2005; Salt Lake City, USA), 157.177 (21/22 January 2006; Calgary, CAN), 154.580 (18/19 March 2006; Calgary, CAN)
Gunda Kleemann-Niemann-Stirnemann GDR
GER
SSK 1988—1998 3000 m – 9 December 1990 - 13 December 1997 and 14 March 1998 - 2 March 2001: 4:10.80 (9 December 1990; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Gunda Kleemann for Germany), 4:09.32 (25 March 1994; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Gunda Niemann for Germany), 4:07.80 (7 December 1997; Heerenveen, NED) (competed as Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann for Germany), 4:05.08 (14 March 1998; Heerenveen, NED) (competed as Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann for Germany), 4:01.67 (27 March 1998; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann for Germany), 4:00.51 (30 January 2000; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann for Germany), 4:00.26 (17 February 2001; Hamar, NOR) (competed as Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann for Germany); 5000 m – 6 December 1993 - 20 February 1998 and 28 March 1998 - 23 February 2002: 7:13.29 (6 December 1993; Hamar, NOR) (competed as Gunda Niemann for Germany), 7:03.26 (26 March 1994; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Gunda Niemann for Germany), 6:58.63 (28 March 1998; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann for Germany), 6:57.24 (7 February 1999; Hamar, NOR) (competed as Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann for Germany), 6:56.84 (16 January 2000; Hamar, NOR) (competed as Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann for Germany), 6:55.34 (25 November 2000; Heerenveen, NED) (competed as Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann for Germany), 6:52.44 (10 March 2001; Salt Lake City, USA) (competed as Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann for Germany); 10000 m – 27 March 1994 - 23 March 2006: 14:22.60 (27 March 1994; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Gunda Niemann for Germany); Small Combination – 9 January 1994 - 26 January 2003: 167.282 (7/9 January 1994; Hamar, NOR) (competed as Gunda Niemann for Germany), 165.708 (14/16 February 1997; Nagano, JPN) (competed as Gunda Niemann for Germany), 163.020 (13/15 March 1998; Heerenveen, NED) (competed as Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann for Germany), 161.479 (6/7 February 1999; Hamar, NOR) (competed as Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann for Germany)
Carien Kleibeuker NED SSK 2006—2014 One Hour – 9 December 2015 - present: 40569.56 m (9 December 2015; Inzell, GER)
Piet Kleine NED SSK 1976—1980 5000 m – 5 March 1976 - 19 March 1977: 7:04.86 (5 March 1976; Inzell, FRG), 7:02.38 (12 March 1976; Inzell, FRG); 10000 m – 13 March 1976 - 21 March 1976: 14:43.92 (13 March 1976; Inzell, FRG); Big Combination – 13 March 1976 - 20 March 1977: 165.884 (12/13 March 1976; Inzell, FRG)
Nao Kodaira JPN SSK 2010—2018 1000 m – 10 December 2017 - 9 March 2019: 1:12.09 (10 December 2017; Salt Lake City, USA); Team sprint – 14 November 2015 - 22 November 2015: 1:26.82 (14 November 2015; Calgary, CAN); Sprint Combination – 26 February 2017 - present: 146.390 (25/26 February 2017; Calgary, CAN)
Yury Kondakov URS SSK 1976—1980 5000 m – 24 March 1975 - 30 January 1976: 7:08.92 (24 March 1975; Medeo, URS)
Pekka Koskela FIN SSK 2006—2018 1000 m – 10 November 2007 - 7 March 2009: 1:07.00 (10 November 2007; Salt Lake City, USA)
Johann Olav Koss NOR IOC/SSK 1992—2001 1500 m – 16 February 1994 - 2 March 1996: 1:51.29 (16 February 1994; Hamar, NOR); 3000 m – 13 March 1990 - 3 April 1992: 3:57.52 (13 March 1990; Heerenveen, NED); 5000 m – 9 February 1991 - 7 December 1997: 6:41.73 (9 February 1991; Heerenveen, NED), 6:38.77 (22 January 1993; Heerenveen, NED), 6:36.57 (13 March 1993; Heerenveen, NED), 6:35.53 (4 December 1993; Hamar, NOR), 6:34.96 (13 February 1994; Hamar, NOR); 10000 m – 10 February 1991 - 17 February 1998: 13:43.54 (10 February 1991; Heerenveen, NED), 13:30.55 (20 February 1994; Hamar, NOR); Big Combination – 10 February 1991 - 22 March 1992: 157.396 (9/10 February 1991; Heerenveen, NED)
Sven Kramer NED SSK 2006—2018 5000 m – 19 November 2005 - 10 November 2007 and 17 November 2007 - 10 December 2017: 6:08.78 (19 November 2005; Salt Lake City, USA), 6:07.48 (3 March 2007; Calgary, CAN), 6:03.32 (17 November 2007; Calgary, CAN); 10000 m – 19 March 2006 - 21 November 2015: 12:51.60 (19 March 2006; Calgary, CAN), 12:49.88 (11 February 2007; Heerenveen, NED), 12:41.69 (10 March 2007; Salt Lake City, USA); Team Pursuit – 11 March 2007 - present: 3:37.80 (11 March 2007; Salt Lake City, USA), 3:37.17 (9 November 2013; Calgary, CAN), 3:35.60 (16 November 2013; Salt Lake City, USA), 3:34.68 (15 February 2020; Salt Lake City, USA)
Yevgeny Kulikov URS SSK 1976—1980 500 m – 15 March 1975 - 18 March 1975 and 28 March 1975 - 25 March 1983: 37.99 (15 March 1975; Medeo, URS), 37.97 (16 March 1975; Medeo, URS), 37.20 (28 March 1975; Medeo, URS), 37.00 (29 March 1975; Medeo, URS), 36.91 (28 March 1981; Medeo, URS); 1000 m – 20 March 1976 - 12 March 1978: 1:15.70 (20 March 1976; Medeo, URS), 1:15.33 (19 March 1977; Medeo, URS); Sprint Combination – 29 March 1975 - 13 January 1980: 153.250 (28/29 March 1975; Medeo, URS), 151.190 (20/21 March 1976; Medeo, URS)
Liselotte Landbeck BEL FSK 1936 500 m – 9 January 1932 - 20 March 1932 and 20 January 1933 - 12 February 1934: 58.7 (9 January 1932; Davos, SUI), 51.5 (20 January 1933; Davos, SUI), 51.3 (13 January 1934; Davos, SUI); 1000 m – 10 January 1932 - 17 January 1932 and 22 January 1933 - 14 January 1934: 2:08.8 (10 January 1932; Davos, SUI), 1:48.5 (22 January 1933; Davos, SUI)
Roald Larsen NOR SSK 1924—1928 500 m – 4 February 1928 - 19 January 1929: 43.1 (4 February 1928; Davos, SUI)
Catriona Le May Doan CAN SSK 1992—2002 500 m – 22 November 1997 - 10 March 2007: 37.90 (22 November 1997; Calgary, CAN), 37.90 (23 November 1997; Calgary, CAN), 37.71 (28 December 1997; Calgary, CAN), 37.55 (29 December 1997; Calgary, CAN), 37.40 (6 January 2001; Calgary, CAN), 37.29 (9 March 2001; Salt Lake City, USA), 37.22 (9 December 2001; Calgary, CAN); 2×500 m – 9 March 2001 - 10 March 2007: 74.72 (9 March 2001; Salt Lake City, USA); 1000 m – 22 November 1997 - 23 November 1997: 1:16.07 (22 November 1997; Calgary, CAN); 1500 m – 29 November 1997 - 16 February 1998: 1:57.87 (29 November 1997; Calgary, CAN); Sprint Combination – 23 November 1997 - 21 February 1999 and 7 January 2001 - 2 December 2001: 151.690 (22/23 November 1997; Calgary, CAN), 150.085 (6/7 January 2001; Calgary, CAN)
Lee Gang-Seok KOR SSK 2006—2014 500 m – 9 March 2007 - 9 November 2007: 34.25 (9 March 2007; Salt Lake City, USA), 2×500 m – 9 March 2007 - 15 March 2008: 68.690 (9 March 2007; Salt Lake City, USA)
Lee Gyu-Hyeok KOR SSK 1994—2014 1000 m – 23 November 1997 - 29 December 1997: 1:10.42 (23 November 1997; Calgary, CAN); 1500 m – 16 March 2001 - 19 February 2002: 1:45.20 (16 March 2001; Calgary, CAN)
Lee Sang-Hwa KOR SSK 2006—2018 500 m – 20 January 2013 - present: 36.80 (20 January 2013; Calgary, CAN), 36.74 (9 November 2013; Calgary, CAN), 36.57 (15 November 2013; Salt Lake City, USA), 36.36 (16 November 2013; Salt Lake City, USA)
Jakko Jan Leeuwangh NED SSK 1998 1500 m – 29 January 2000 - 16 March 2001: 1:45.56 (29 January 2000; Calgary, CAN)
Li Qishi CHN SSK 2014 Team sprint – 22 November 2015 - 13 February 2020: 1:24.65 (22 November 2015; Salt Lake City, USA)
Rudi Liebrechts NED SSK 1964 3000 m – 25 February 1965 - 29 January 1966: 4:26.8 (25 February 1965; Oslo, NOR)
Leo Linkovesi FIN SSK 1972 500 m – 8 January 1972 - 4 March 1972: 38.0 (8 January 1972; Davos, SUI); Sprint Combination – 8 January 1972 - 5 March 1972: 156.500 (7/8 January 1972; Davos, SUI)
Viktor Lyoskin URS SSK 1980 10000 m – 3 April 1977 - 23 February 1980: 14:34.33 (3 April 1977; Medeo, URS)
Fred Anton Maier NOR SSK 1964—1968 3000 m – 7 March 1968 - 28 January 1969: 4:17.5 (7 March 1968; Inzell, FRG); 5000 m – 4 March 1965 - 26 February 1967 and 7 January 1968 - 1 March 1969: 7:28.1 (4 March 1965; Notodden, NOR), 7:26.2 (7 January 1968; Deventer, NED), 7:22.4 (15 February 1968; Grenoble, FRA), 7:16.7 (9 March 1968; Inzell, FRG); 10000 m – 6 February 1966 - 10 March 1968: 15:32.2 (6 February 1966; Oslo, NOR), 15:31.8 (28 February 1967; Inzell, FRG), 15:29.5 (21 January 1968; Horten, NOR), 15:20.3 (28 January 1968; Oslo, NOR): Big Combination – 6 February 1966 - 12 February 1967 and 25 February 1968 - 10 March 1968: 178.253 (5/6 February 1966; Oslo, NOR), 176.340 (24/25 February 1968; Göteborg, SWE)
Igor Malkov URS SSK 1984 10000 m – 24 March 1984 - 16 February 1986: 14:21.51 (24 March 1984; Medeo, URS)
Neal Marshall CAN SSK 1992—1998 1500 m – 16 March 1997 - 29 November 1997: 1:50.05 (16 March 1997; Calgary, CAN)
Charles Mathiesen NOR SSK 1936—1948 10000 m – 3 March 1940 - 6 February 1949: 17:01.5 (3 March 1940; Hamar, NOR)
Uwe-Jens Mey GDR
GER
SSK 1984—1992 500 m – 14 February 1988 - 25 January 1992: 36.45 (14 February 1988; Calgary, CAN) (competed for East Germany), 36.43 (19 January 1992; Davos, SUI) (competed for Germany)
Yury Mikhaylov URS SSK 1956 1500 m – 20 January 1956 - 30 January 1956: 2:09.1 (20 January 1956; Davos, SUI)
Yasunori Miyabe JPN SSK 1992—1994 1000 m – 26 March 1994 - 22 December 1995: 1:12.37 (26 March 1994; Calgary, CAN); Sprint Combination – 26 March 1994 - 3 March 1996: 144.445 (25/26 March 1994; Calgary, CAN)
Denny Morrison CAN SSK 2006—2018 1500 m – 14 March 2008 - 6 March 2009: 1:42.01 (14 March 2008; Calgary, CAN); Team Pursuit – 12 November 2005 - 11 March 2007: 3:39.69 (12 November 2005; Calgary, CAN)
Michel Mulder NED SSK 2014 Sprint Combination – 27 January 2013 - 26 February 2017: 136.790 (26/27 January 2013; Salt Lake City, USA)
Ronald Mulder NED SSK 2010—2018 Team sprint – 14 November 2015 - 22 November 2015: 1:18.79 (14 November 2015; Calgary, CAN)
Valery Muratov URS SSK 1968—1976 500 m – 9 January 1970 - 25 January 1970, 29 January 1970 - 7 March 1970, and 18 March 1975 - 28 March 1975: 39.09 (9 January 1970; Medeo, URS), 38.99 (24 January 1970; Medeo, URS), 38.73 (29 January 1970; Medeo, URS), 37.85 (18 March 1975; Medeo, URS); 1000 m – 24 January 1970 - 15 January 1971 and 17 March 1975 - 20 March 1976: 1:19.2 (24 January 1970; Medeo, URS), 1:16.92 (17 March 1975; Medeo, URS); Sprint Combination – 18 March 1975 - 29 March 1975: 153.390 (17/18 March 1975; Medeo, URS)
Emese Nemeth-Hunyady AUT
HUN
SSK 1984—2002 Mini Combination – 27 March 1994 - 23 March 1996: 164.658 (26/27 March 1994; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Emese Hunyady for Austria)
Christine Nesbitt CAN SSK 2006—2014 1000 m – 28 January 2012 - 17 November 2013: 1:12.68 (28 January 2012; Calgary, CAN); Team Pursuit – 6 December 2009 - 10 November 2017: 2:55.79 (6 December 2009; Calgary, CAN); Mini Combination – 11 November 2007 - 10 March 2018: 153.856 (9/11 November 2007; Salt Lake City, USA)
Laila Schou Nilsen NOR ASK 1936—1948 500 m – 27 February 1935 - 11 January 1955: 49.3 (27 February 1935; Oslo, NOR), 46.4 (30 January 1937; Davos, SUI); 1000 m – 31 January 1937 - 5 February 1951: 1:38.8 (31 January 1937; Davos, SUI); 1500 m – 23 January 1937 - 25 February 1950: 2:38.1 (23 January 1937; Oslo, NOR); 3000 m – 30 January 1937 - 30 January 1949: 5:29.6 (30 January 1937; Davos, SUI); 5000 m – 31 January 1937 - 13 February 1949: 9:28.3 (31 January 1937; Davos, SUI)
Jonny Nilsson SWE SSK 1964—1968 3000 m – 23 March 1963 - 11 February 1964: 4:27.6 (23 March 1963; Tolga, NOR); 5000 m – 23 February 1963 - 4 March 1965: 7:34.3 (23 February 1963; Karuizawa, JPN), 7:33.2 (13 February 1965; Oslo, NOR); 10000 m – 24 February 1963 - 6 February 1966: 15:33.0 (24 February 1963; Karuizawa, JPN); Big Combination – 24 February 1963 - 6 February 1966: 178.447 (23/24 February 1963; Karuizawa, JPN)
Hiroyuki Noake JPN SSK 1998—2002 1500 m – 2 March 1996 - 15 March 1997: 1:50.61 (2 March 1996; Calgary, CAN)
Kjeld Nuis NED SSK 2018 1000 m – 9 March 2019 - 15 February 2020: 1:06.18 (9 March 2019; Salt Lake City, USA); 1500 m – 10 March 2019 - present: 1:40.17 (10 March 2019; Salt Lake City, USA)
Dmitry Ogloblin URS SSK 1980 3000 m – 28 March 1979 - 12 January 1985: 4:04.06 (28 March 1979; Medeo, URS); 10000 m – 29 March 1980 - 31 January 1982: 14:26.71 (29 March 1980; Medeo, URS)
Kevin Overland CAN SSK 1998 1000 m – 23 December 1995 - 1 March 1996: 1:12.19 (23 December 1995; Calgary; CAN), 1500 m – 29 November 1997 - 20 December 1997: 1:49.07 (29 November 1997; Calgary, CAN)
Kornél Pajor HUN SSK 1948 5000 m – 5 February 1949 - 13 January 1951: 8:13.5 (5 February 1949; Davos, SUI)
Derek Parra USA SSK 2002—2006 1500 m – 19 February 2002 - 9 January 2005: 1:43.95 (19 February 2002; Salt Lake City, USA); Team Pursuit – 13 November 2004 - 21 November 2004: 3:48.56 (13 November 2004; Hamar, NOR)
Claudia Pechstein GER SSK 1992—2018 3000 m – 13 December 1997 - 14 March 1998 and 2 March 2001 - 12 November 2005: 4:07.13 (13 December 1997; Hamar, NOR), 3:59.26 (2 March 2001; Calgary, CAN), 3:57.70 (10 February 2002; Salt Lake City, USA); 5000 m – 20 February 1998 - 28 March 1998 and 23 February 2002 - 11 March 2007: 6:59.61 (20 February 1998; Nagano, JPN), 6:46.91 (23 February 2002; Salt Lake City, USA); Team Pursuit – 13 November 2005 - 6 December 2009: 2:56.04 (13 November 2005; Calgary, CAN)
Pavel Pegov URS SSK 1984 500 m – 25 March 1983 - 19 March 1987: 36.68 (25 March 1983; Medeo, URS), 36.57 (26 March 1983; Medeo, URS); 1000 m – 25 March 1983 - 25 February 1989: 1:12.58 (25 March 1983; Medeo, URS); Sprint Combination – 26 March 1983 - 26 February 1989: 146.955 (25/26 March 1983; Medeo, URS)
Nataliya Petrusyova URS SSK 1980—1984 1000 m – 27 March 1980 - 27 March 1981 and 28 March 1981 - 22 February 1986: 1:23.01 (27 March 1980; Medeo, URS), 1:20.81 (28 March 1981; Medeo, URS), 1:19.31 (26 March 1983; Medeo, URS); 1500 m – 3 January 1981 - 9 February 1984: 2:06.01 (3 January 1981; Medeo, URS), 2:05.39 (27 March 1981; Medeo, URS), 2:04.04 (25 March 1983; Medeo, URS); Mini Combination – 27 March 1980 - 14 February 1982 and 26 March 1983 - 27 March 1994: 173.434 (26/27 March 1980; Medeo, URS), 171.149 (3/4 January 1981; Medeo, URS), 168.387 (27/28 March 1981; Medeo, URS), 166.682 (25/26 March 1983; Medeo, URS)
Ids Postma NED SSK 1998—2002 1500 m – 29 November 1997 - 29 November 1997: 1:49.81 (29 November 1997; Berlin, GER); Big Combination – 15 March 1998 - 7 February 1999: 153.367 (13/15 March 1998; Heerenveen, NED)
Allan Potts USA SSK 1932—1936 500 m – 18 January 1936 - 30 January 1937: 42.4 (18 January 1936; Oslo, NOR)
Léon Quaglia FRA ICH/SSK 1920—1928 One Hour – 1 January 1928 - 11 February 1968: 32970 m (1 January 1928; Chamonix, FRA)
Heather Richardson-Bergsma USA SSK 2010—2018 2×500 m – 28 December 2013 - present: 74.19 (28 December 2013; Salt Lake City, USA) (competed as Heather Richardson); 1000 m – 14 November 2015 - 22 November 2015: 1:12.51 (14 November 2015; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Heather Richardson); 1500 m – 21 November 2015 - 10 March 2019: 1:50.85 (21 November 2015; Salt Lake City, USA) (competed as Heather Richardson); Sprint Combination – 20 January 2013 - 26 February 2017: 147.735 (19/20 January 2013; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Heather Richardson)
Rintje Ritsma NED SSK 1992—2006 1500 m – 8 January 1994 - 16 February 1994 and 20 December 1997 - 12 February 1998: 1:51.60 (8 January 1994; Hamar, NOR), 1:48.88 (20 December 1997; Heerenveen, NED); Big Combination – 9 January 1994 - 4 January 1998 and 7 February 1999 - 17 March 2002: 156.201 (7/9 January 1994; Hamar, NOR), 152.651 (6/7 February 1999; Hamar, NOR)
Patrick Roest NED SSK 2018 Big Combination – 3 March 2019 - present: 145.561 (2/3 March 2019; Calgary, CAN)
Gianni Romme NED SSK 1998—2002 3000 m – 11 August 2000 - 10 March 2005: 3:42.75 (11 August 2000; Calgary, CAN); 5000 m – 7 December 1997 - 9 February 2002: 6:30.63 (7 December 1997; Heerenveen, NED), 6:22.20 (8 February 1998; Nagano, JPN), 6:21.49 (27 March 1998; Calgary, CAN), 6:18.72 (30 January 2000; Calgary, CAN); 10000 m – 17 February 1998 - 22 February 2002: 13:15.33 (17 February 1998; Nagano, JPN), 13:08.71 (29 March 1998; Calgary, CAN), 13:03.40 (26 November 2000; Heerenveen, NED)
Christa Rothenburger-Luding GDR
GER
CTR/SSK 1980—1992 500 m – 27 March 1981 - 21 March 1986 and 6 December 1987 - 22 February 1988: 40.28 (27 March 1981; Medeo, URS) (competed as Christa Rothenburger for East Germany), 40.18 (28 March 1981; Medeo, URS) (competed as Christa Rothenburger for East Germany), 39.69 (25 March 1983; Medeo, URS) (competed as Christa Rothenburger for East Germany), 39.39 (6 December 1987; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Christa Rothenburger for East Germany); 1000 m – 27 March 1981 - 28 March 1981 and 26 February 1988 - 22 November 1997: 1:20.95 (27 March 1981; Medeo, URS) (competed as Christa Rothenburger for East Germany), 1:17.65 (26 February 1988; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Christa Rothenburger for East Germany); Sprint Combination – 28 March 1981 - 23 February 1986: 162.275 (27/28 March 1981; Medeo, URS) (competed as Christa Rothenburger for East Germany), 161.120 (25/26 March 1983; Medeo, URS) (competed as Christa Rothenburger for East Germany)
Tamara Rylova URS SSK 1960 500 m – 11 January 1955 - 27 January 1962: 45.6 (11 January 1955; Medeo, URS); 1000 m – 12 January 1955 - 22 February 1963: 1:33.4 (12 January 1955; Medeo, URS); Mini Combination – 21 January 1960 - 28 January 1962: 196.416 (20/21 January 1960; Medeo, URS)
Martina Sáblíková CZE SSK 2006—2018 3000 m – 2 March 2019 - present: 3:53.31 (2 March 2019; Calgary, CAN), 3:52.02 (9 March 2019, Salt Lake City, USA); 5000 m – 11 March 2007 - 15 February 2020: 6:45.61 (11 March 2007; Salt Lake City, USA), 6:42.66 (18 February 2011; Salt Lake City, USA), 6:42.01 (3 March 2019; Calgary, CAN), 6:42.01 (15 February 2020; Salt Lake City, USA); 10000 m – 23 March 2006 - present: 14:08.28 (23 March 2006; Calgary, CAN), 13:48.33 (15 March 2007; Calgary, CAN)
Lyubov Sadchikova URS SSK 1976 500 m – 21 March 1975 - 29 March 1975: 41.69 (21 March 1975; Medeo, URS)
Aleksandr Safronov URS SSK 1976 1000 m – 11 April 1974 - 17 March 1975: 1:17.23 (11 April 1974; Medeo, URS)
Dmitry Sakunenko URS SSK 1956 Big Combination – 10 January 1955 - 20 January 1963: 184.638 (9/10 January 1955; Medeo, URS)
Ayano Sato JPN SSK 2018 Team Pursuit – 10 November 2017 - 2 December 2017 and 8 December 2017 - present: 2:55.77 (10 November 2017; Heerenveen, NED), 2:50.87 (8 December 2017; Salt Lake City, USA), 2:50.76 (14 February 2020; Salt Lake City, USA)
Ard Schenk NED SSK 1964—1972 1000 m – 28 February 1967 - 9 March 1968 and 20 February 1971 - 4 March 1972: 1:20.6 (28 February 1967; Inzell, FRG), 1:20.6 (5 February 1968; Davos, SUI), 1:18.8 (20 February 1971; Inzell, FRG); 1500 m – 26 January 1966 - 26 February 1967 and 16 January 1971 - 13 March 1976: 2:06.2 (26 January 1966; Davos, SUI), 2:05.3 (30 January 1966; Inzell, FRG), 1:58.7 (16 January 1971; Davos, SUI); 3000 m – 29 January 1966 - 7 March 1968 and 15 January 1971 - 2 March 1978: 4:26.2 (29 January 1966; Inzell, FRG), 4:18.4 (25 February 1967; Inzell, FRG), 4:12.6 (15 January 1971; Davos, SUI), 4:08.3 (2 March 1972; Inzell, FRG); 5000 m – 13 March 1971 - 24 March 1975: 7:12.0 (13 March 1971; Inzell, FRG), 7:09.8 (4 March 1972; Inzell, FRG); 10000 m – 14 February 1971 - 25 March 1975: 15:01.6 (14 February 1971; Göteborg, SWE), 14:55.9 (14 March 1971; Inzell, FRG); Big Combination – 31 January 1971 - 13 March 1976: 171.317 (30/31 January 1971; Oslo, NOR), 171.130 (13/14 February 1971; Göteborg, SWE), 168.248 (13/14 March 1971; Inzell, FRG), 167.420 (4/5 March 1972; Inzell, FRG)
Brittany Schussler CAN SSK 2010—2014 Team Pursuit – 6 December 2009 - 10 November 2017: 2:55.79 (6 December 2009; Calgary, CAN)
Ans Schut NED SSK 1968 1500 m – 22 February 1969 - 17 January 1970: 2:18.5 (22 February 1969; Inzell, FRG); 3000 m – 2 February 1969 - 16 January 1971: 4:52.0 (2 February 1969; Grenoble, FRA), 4:50.4 (9 February 1969; Davos, SUI), 4:50.3 (23 February 1969; Inzell, FRG); Mini Combination – 23 February 1969 - 18 January 1970: 185.500 (22/23 February 1969; Inzell, FRG)
Kevin Scott CAN SSK 1992—1994 1000 m – 17 December 1993 - 18 February 1994: 1:12.54 (17 December 1993; Calgary, CAN)
Yury Sergeyev URS SSK 1956 500 m – 6 January 1952 - 22 January 1956: 41.7 (6 January 1952; Medeo, URS), 41.2 (19 January 1952; Medeo, URS), 40.9 (25 January 1953; Medeo, URS), 40.8 (19 January 1955; Medeo, URS)
Åke Seyffarth SWE SSK 1948 3000 m – 3 February 1942 - 24 January 1953: 4:45.7 (3 February 1942; Davos, SUI); 5000 m – 3 February 1941 - 5 February 1949: 8:13.7 (3 February 1941; Davos, SUI)
Viktor Shasherin URS SSK 1984 3000 m – 18 January 1986 - 19 March 1987: 4:03.22 (18 January 1986; Davos, SUI); 5000 m – 23 March 1984 - 14 February 1987: 6:49.15 (23 March 1984; Medeo, URS); Big Combination – 26 March 1983 - 15 February 1987: 161.550 (25/26 March 1983; Medeo, URS), 160.807 (23/24 March 1984; Medeo, URS)
Yekaterina Shikhova RUS SSK 2010—2014 Team sprint – 22 November 2015: 1:26.07 (22 November 2015; Salt Lake City, USA)
Boris Shilkov URS SSK 1956 5000 m – 9 January 1955 - 26 January 1963: 7:45.6 (9 January 1955; Medeo, URS)
Hiroyasu Shimizu JPN SSK 1994—2006 500 m – 2 March 1996 - 20 February 1999 and March 2001 - 19 November 2005: 35.39 (2 March 1996; Calgary, CAN), 35.36 (28 March 1998; Calgary, CAN), 34.82 (28 March 1998; Calgary, CAN), 34.32 (10 March 2001; Salt Lake City, USA), 2×500 m – 10 March 2001 - 9 March 2007: 68.960 (10 March 2001; Salt Lake City, USA)
Keiji Shirahata JPN SSK 1992—2002 Big Combination – 4 January 1998 - 15 March 1998: 155.966 (3/4 January 1998; Nagano, JPN)
Tatyana Sidorova URS SSK 1964—1968 500 m – 3 February 1968 - 4 February 1969 and 9 January 1970 - 20 February 1971: 44.7 (3 February 1968; Davos, SUI), 43.29 (9 January 1970; Medeo, URS), 43.22 (17 January 1970; Medeo, URS)
Roberto Sighel ITA SSK 1988—2002 Big Combination – 22 March 1992 - 23 January 1993: 157.150 (21/22 March 1992; Calgary, CAN); One Hour – 24 March 1999 - 12 March 2004: 41040.54 m (24 March 1999; Calgary, CAN)
Lidiya Skoblikova URS SSK 1960—1983 1000 m – 22 February 1963 - 3 March 1968: 1:31.8 (22 February 1963; Karuizawa, JPN); 1500 m – 21 February 1960 - 27 January 1962: 2:25.2 (21 February 1960; Squaw Valley, USA); 3000 m – 15 January 1967 - 29 January 1967: 5:05.9 (15 January 1967; Oslo, NOR)
Alexandre St-Jean CAN SSK 2018 Team sprint – 22 November 2015 - 1 December 2017: 1:17.75 (22 November 2015; Salt Lake City, USA)
Michael Staksrud NOR SSK 1928—1936 1500 m – 31 January 1937 - 29 January 1939: 2:14.9 (31 January 1937; Davos, SUI); 3000 m – 25 February 1933 - 29 January 1935: 4:59.1 (25 February 1933; Hamar, NOR)
Marieke Stam NED SSK 1988 10000 m – 11 March 1984 - 16 March 1984: 17:20.0 (11 March 1984; Alkmaar, NED)
Nina Statkevich URS SSK 1972—1976 1500 m – 17 January 1970 - 14 March 1970: 2:17.8 (17 January 1970; Medeo, URS); Mini Combination – 18 January 1970 - 16 January 1971: 184.053 (17/18 January 1970; Medeo, URS)
Sten Stensen NOR SSK 1972—1976 10000 m – 25 January 1976 - 13 March 1976 and 21 March 1976 - 3 April 1977: 14:50.31 (25 January 1976; Oslo, NOR), 14:38.08 (21 March 1976; Medeo, URS)
Kay Arne Stenshjemmet NOR SSK 1976—1980 5000 m – 19 March 1977 - 18 March 1982: 6:56.9 (19 March 1977; Medeo, URS)
Galina Stepanskaya URS SSK 1976 3000 m – 16 March 1976 - 28 March 1981: 4:40.59 (16 March 1976; Medeo, URS), 4:31.00 (23 March 1976; Medeo, URS); Mini Combination – 23 March 1976 - 27 March 1980: 173.810 (22/23 March 1976; Medeo, URS)
Svein-Erik Stiansen NOR SSK 1968—1972 Big Combination – 14 January 1968 - 21 January 1968: 176.982 (13/14 January 1968; Madonna di Campiglio, ITA)
Max Stiepl AUT SSK 1936—1948 5000 m – 3 February 1934 - 18 January 1936: 8:18.9 (3 February 1934; Hamar, NOR)
Jan Egil Storholt NOR SSK 1976—1980 1500 m – 20 March 1977 - 19 January 1980: 1:55.18 (20 March 1977; Medeo, URS); Big Combination – 20 March 1977 - 11 February 1979: 163.221 (19/20 March 1977; Medeo, URS)
Harald Strøm NOR SSK 1924 5000 m – 20 February 1921 - 19 January 1929: 8:27.7 (20 February 1921; Kristiania, NOR), 8:26.5 (18 February 1922; Kristiania, NOR)
Becky Sundstrom USA SSK 1998—2002 Mini Combination – 29 November 1998 - 21 March 1999: 161.439 (27/29 November 1998; Calgary, CAN)
Keiichi Suzuki JPN SSK 1964—1972 500 m – 1 March 1969 - 9 January 1970 and 7 March 1970 - 8 March 1970: 39.2 (1 March 1969; Inzell, FRG), 38.71 (7 March 1970; Inzell, FRG)
Nancy Swider-Peltz USA SSK 1976—1988 3000 m – 13 March 1976 - 16 March 1976: 4:40.85 (13 March 1976; Inzell, FRG) (competed as Nancy Swider); 10000 m – 16 March 1980 - 11 March 1984: 17:37.35 (16 March 1980; Savalen, NOR) (competed as Nancy Swider)
Ådne Søndrål NOR IOC/SSK 1992—2006 1500 m – 12 February 1998 - 29 January 2000: 1:47.87 (12 February 1998; Nagano, JPN), 1:46.43 (28 March 1998; Calgary, CAN)
Maki Tabata JPN SSK 1994—2014 Mini Combination – 16 August 1998 - 29 November 1998: 162.731 (15/16 August 1998; Calgary, CAN)
Miho Takagi JPN SSK 2010—2018 1500 m – 10 March 2019 - present: 1:49.84 (10 March 2019; Salt Lake City, USA); Team Pursuit – 10 November 2017 - present: 2:55.77 (10 November 2017; Heerenveen, NED), 2:53.88 (2 December 2017; Calgary, CAN), 2:50.87 (8 December 2017; Salt Lake City, USA), 2:50.76 (14 February 2020; Salt Lake City, USA)
Nana Takagi JPN SSK 2014—2018 Team Pursuit – 10 November 2017 - present: 2:55.77 (10 November 2017; Heerenveen, NED), 2:53.88 (2 December 2017; Calgary, CAN), 2:50.87 (8 December 2017; Salt Lake City, USA), 2:50.76 (14 February 2020; Salt Lake City, USA)
Albert Tebbit GBR SSK 1924 One Hour – 20 February 1895 - 10 January 1899: 26448 m (20 February 1895; Leytestone, GBR)
Annamarie Thomas NED SSK 1994—2002 1500 m – 20 March 1999 - 4 March 2001: 1:55.50 (20 March 1999; Calgary, CAN); Mini Combination – 23 March 1996 - 16 March 1997 and 21 March 1999 - 17 March 2001: 163.901 (22/23 March 1996; Calgary, CAN), 158.183 (20/21 March 1999; Calgary, CAN)
Magne Thomassen NOR SSK 1964—1968 1500 m – 5 February 1968 - 9 February 1969: 2:02.5 (5 February 1968; Davos, SUI)
Nick Thometz USA SSK 1984—1992 500 m – 19 March 1987 - 14 February 1988: 36.55 (19 March 1987; Heerenveen, NED)
Clas Thunberg FIN SSK 1924—1928 500 m – 19 January 1929 - 21 January 1933: 42.8 (19 January 1929; Davos, SUI), 42.6 (13 January 1931; St. Moritz, SUI); 1000 m – 11 January 1930 - 12 January 1955: 1:28.4 (11 January 1930; Davos, SUI); 3000 m – 8 January 1932 - 25 February 1933: 5:19.2 (8 January 1932; Davos, SUI)
Marianne Timmer NED SSK 1998—2006 1500 m – 16 February 1998 - 29 March 1998: 1:57.58 (16 February 1998; Nagano, JPN); Mini Combination – 16 March 1997 - 16 August 1998: 163.315 (15/16 March 1997; Calgary, CAN)
Lyudmila Titova URS SSK 1968—1976 1000 m – 9 January 1970 - 10 January 1970 and 20 February 1971 - 8 January 1972: 1:29.5 (9 January 1970; Medeo, URS), 1:29.0 (20 February 1971; Inzell, FRG), 1:27.7 (21 February 1971; Inzell, FRG)
Günter Traub GER
FRG
SSK 1964—1968 Big Combination – 20 January 1963 - 20 January 1963 and 21 January 1968 - 25 February 1968: 184.490 (19/20 January 1963; Madonna di Campiglio, ITA) (competed for West Germany), 176.717 (20/21 January 1968; Inzell, FRG) (competed for West Germany)
Maki Tsuji JPN SSK 2014 Team sprint – 14 November 2015 - 22 November 2015: 1:26.82 (14 November 2015; Calgary, CAN)
Mark Tuitert NED SSK 2006—2014 Team Pursuit – 21 November 2004 - 12 November 2005: 3:46.44 (21 November 2004; Berlin, GER); Big Combination – 11 January 2004 - 8 February 2004: 151.691 (9/11 January 2004; Heerenveen, NED)
Jochem Uytdehaage NED SSK 2002 5000 m – 9 February 2002 - 13 November 2005: 6:14.66 (9 February 2002; Salt Lake City, USA); 10000 m – 22 February 2002 - 4 December 2005: 12:58.92 (22 February 2002; Salt Lake City, USA); Small Combination – 17 March 2001 - 13 August 2005: 147.665 (15/17 March 2001; Calgary, CAN); Big Combination – 17 March 2002 - 11 January 2004: 152.482 (15/17 March 2002; Heerenveen, NED)
Viktor Varlamov URS SSK 1976 10000 m – 25 March 1975 - 25 January 1976: 14:52.73 (25 March 1975; Medeo, URS)
Gerard van Velde NED SSK 1992—2002 1000 m – 16 February 2002 - 20 November 2005: 1:07.18 (16 February 2002; Salt Lake City, USA)
Bart Veldkamp BEL
NED
SSK 1992—2006 3000 m – 20 March 1998 - 19 March 1999: 3:48.91 (20 March 1998; Calgary, CAN) (competed for Belgium)
Kai Verbij NED SSK 2018 Team sprint – 14 November 2015 - 22 November 2015: 1:18.79 (14 November 2015; Calgary, CAN); Sprint Combination – 26 February 2017 - present: 136.065 (25/26 February 2017; Calgary, CAN)
Carl Verheijen NED SSK 2002—2006 10000 m – 4 December 2005 - 31 December 2005: 12:57.92 (4 December 2005; Heerenveen, NED); Team Pursuit – 21 November 2004 - 12 November 2005 and 11 March 2007 - 9 November 2013: 3:46.44 (21 November 2004; Berlin, GER), 3:37.80 (11 March 2007; Salt Lake City, USA); Small Combination – 21 March 1998 - 16 August 1998: 153.767 (20/21 March 1998; Calgary, CAN)
Kees Verkerk NED SSK 1964—1972 1500 m – 26 February 1967 - 5 February 1968 and 9 February 1969 - 16 January 1971: 2:03.9 (26 February 1967; Inzell, FRG), 2:02.0 (9 February 1969; Davos, SUI), 2:01.9 (8 March 1970; Inzell, FRG); 5000 m – 26 February 1967 - 7 January 1968 and 1 March 1969 - 13 March 1971: 7:26.6 (26 February 1967; Inzell, FRG), 7:13.2 (1 March 1969; Inzell, FRG); 10000 m – 26 January 1969 - 14 February 1971: 15:03.6 (26 January 1969; Inzell, FRG); Big Combination – 12 February 1967 - 14 January 1968 and 10 March 1968 - 2 March 1969: 178.058 (11/12 February 1967; Oslo, NOR), 172.058 (9/10 March 1968; Inzell, FRG)
Koen Verweij NED SSK 2014—2018 Team Pursuit – 9 November 2013 - 15 February 2020: 3:37.17 (9 November 2013; Calgary, CAN), 3:35.60 (16 November 2013; Salt Lake City, USA)
Leo Visser NED SSK 1988—1992 3000 m – 19 March 1987 - 13 March 1990: 3:59.27 (19 March 1987; Heerenveen, NED); 5000 m – 14 February 1987 - 22 November 1987: 6:47.01 (14 February 1987; Heerenveen, NED)
Sabine Völker GER SSK 1998—2006 1000 m – 2 December 2001 - 17 February 2002: 1:14.06 (2 December 2001; Salt Lake City, USA); Sprint Combination – 2 December 2001 - 12 January 2003: 149.915 (1/2 December 2001; Salt Lake City, USA)
Nataliya Voronina OAR SSK 2018 5000 m – 15 February 2020 - present: 6:41.18 (15 February 2020; Salt Lake City, USA)
Robert Vunderink NED SSK 1984—1992 One Hour – 28 November 1988 - 24 March 1998: 39986.59 m (28 November 1988; Heerenveen, NED)
Erben Wennemars NED SSK 1998—2006 1500 m – 9 November 2007 - 14 March 2008: 1:42.32 (9 November 2007; Salt Lake City, USA); Team Pursuit – 21 November 2004 - 12 November 2005 and 11 March 2007 - 9 November 2013: 3:46.44 (21 November 2004; Berlin, GER), 3:37.80 (11 March 2007; Salt Lake City, USA); Small Combination – 16 August 1998 - 29 November 1998, 15 August 1999 - 17 March 2001, and 13 August 2005 - present: 153.583 (15/16 August 1998; Calgary, CAN), 149.188 (14/15 August 1999; Calgary, CAN), 146.365 (12/13 August 2005; Calgary, CAN)
Chris Witty USA CTR/SSK 1994—2006 1000 m – 23 November 1997 - 21 February 1999, 3 March 2001 - 10 March 2001, and 17 February 2002 - 24 March 2006: 1:15.43 (23 November 1997; Calgary, CAN), 1:14.96 (28 March 1998; Calgary, CAN), 1:14.58 (3 March 2001; Calgary, CAN), 1:13.83 (17 February 2002; Salt Lake City, USA)
Jenny Wolf GER SSK 2002—2014 500 m – 10 March 2007 - 29 January 2012: 37.04 (10 March 2007; Salt Lake City, USA), 37.02 (16 November 2007; Calgary, CAN), 37.00 (11 December 2009; Salt Lake City, USA); 2×500 m – 10 March 2007 - 28 December 2013: 74.42 (10 March 2007; Salt Lake City, USA)
Jeremy Wotherspoon CAN SSK 1998—2010 500 m – 20 February 1999 - 10 March 2001 and 9 November 2007 - 15 November 2015: 34.76 (20 February 1999; Calgary, CAN), 34.63 (29 January 2000; Calgary, CAN), 34.03 (9 November 2007; Salt Lake City, USA); 2×500 m – 15 March 2008 - present: 68.310 (15 March 2008; Calgary, CAN); 1000 m – 29 December 1997 - 29 March 1998, 15 January 1999 - 21 February 1999, and 12 January 2000 - 16 February 2002: 1:10.16 (29 December 1997; Calgary, CAN), 1:09.09 (15 January 1999; Calgary, CAN), 1:08.66 (20 February 1999; Calgary, CAN), 1:08.49 (12 January 2000; Calgary, CAN), 1:08.35 (18 March 2000; Calgary, CAN), 1:08.28 (11 March 2001; Salt Lake City, USA), 1:07.72 (1 December 2001; Salt Lake City, USA); Sprint Combination – 23 November 1997 - 29 January 2012: 141.995 (22/23 November 1997; Calgary, CAN), 140.050 (15/16 January 1999; Calgary, CAN), 138.310 (20/21 February 1999; Calgary, CAN), 137.285 (1/2 December 2002; Salt Lake City, USA), 137.270 (11/12 January 2003; Salt Lake City, USA), 137.230 (18/19 January 2003; Calgary, CAN)
Sheila Young USA SSK 1972—1976 500 m – 19 January 1973 - 11 March 1975 and 31 January 1976 - 27 March 1981: 41.8 (19 January 1973; Davos, SUI), 40.91 (31 January 1976; Davos, SUI), 40.68 (13 March 1976; Inzell, FRG); Sprint Combination – 20 January 1973 - 29 March 1975 and 13 March 1976 - 28 March 1981: 173.450 (19/20 January 1973; Davos, SUI), 166.210 (12/13 March 1976; Inzell, FRG)
Yu Jing CHN SSK 2010—2018 500 m – 29 January 2012 - 20 January 2013: 36.94 (29 January 2012; Calgary, CAN); Team sprint – 22 November 2015 - 13 February 2020: 1:24.65 (22 November 2015; Salt Lake City, USA); Sprint Combination – 29 January 2012 - 20 January 2013: 148.610 (28/29 January 2012; Calgary, CAN)
Denis Yuskov RUS SSK 2014 1500 m – 9 December 2017 - 10 March 2019: 1:41.02 (9 December 2017; Salt Lake City, USA)
Falko Zandstra NED SSK 1992—1994 Small Combination – 17 February 1991 - 15 March 1997: 159.753 (16/17 February 1991; Heerenveen, NED), 156.059 (1/3 March 1991; Calgary, CAN); Big Combination – 23 January 1993 - 9 January 1994: 156.882 (22/23 January 1993; Heerenveen, NED)
Gabi Zange-Schönbrunn GDR SSK 1984—1988 3000 m – 28 March 1981 - 23 March 1984 and 5 December 1987 - 23 February 1988: 4:21.70 (28 March 1981; Medeo, URS) (competed as Gabi Schönbrunn), 4:16.76 (5 December 1987; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Gabi Zange-Schönbrunn); 5000 m – 15 January 1984 - 24 March 1984: 7:39.44 (15 January 1984; Medeo, URS) (competed as Gabi Schönbrunn); Small Combination – 15 January 1984 - 24 March 1984: 174.710 (14/15 January 1984; Medeo, URS) (competed as Gabi Schönbrunn)
Ihar Zhaliasouski BLR
URS
EUN
SSK 1988—1994 1000 m – 25 February 1989 - 17 December 1993: 1:12.58 (25 February 1989; Heerenveen, NED) (competed for the Soviet Union); 1500 m – 26 March 1983 - 24 March 1984 and 5 December 1987 - 20 February 1988: 1:54.26 (26 March 1983; Medeo, URS) (competed for the Soviet Union), 1:52.50 (5 December 1987; Calgary, CAN) (competed for the Soviet Union); Sprint Combination – 26 February 1989 - 20 March 1993: 145.945 (25/26 February 1989; Heerenveen, NED) (competed for the Soviet Union)
Zhang Hong CHN SSK 2014—2018 Team sprint – 22 November 2015 - 13 February 2020: 1:24.65 (22 November 2015; Salt Lake City, USA)