Olympians Who Led the Adelskalender (speed skating) (82)

Description

The Adelskalender is a speed skating record of Norwegian origin that combines the career best times of the single distances of an individual athlete. It exists in two different categories: Allround and Sprint.

Distances

Allround Men

Allround Women

Sprint Men and Women

500m, 1000m

Calculation

Sum of the quota of the single distances

Example: Current record men of Patrick Roest (144.690)

Athlete Nation(s) Sport(s) Era Notes
Hjalmar Andersen NOR SSK 1948—1956 Allround – 10 February 1952 - 18 January 1954: 187.526 (10 February 1952; Hamar, NOR)
Tatyana Averina-Barabash URS SSK 1976—1980 Allround – 12 January 1974 - 3 April 1976, 19 November 1976 - 25 April 1978, and 12 January 1979 - 2 October 1979: 179.959 (12 January 1974; Medeo, URS) (competed as Tatyana Averina), 178.349 (1 April 1974; Medeo, URS) (competed as Tatyana Averina), 176.483 (11 March 1975; Medeo, URS) (competed as Tatyana Averina), 175.671 (22 March 1975; Medeo, URS) (competed as Tatyana Averina), 174.121 (29 March 1975; Medeo, URS) (competed as Tatyana Averina), 174.087 (20 January 1976; Medeo, URS) (competed as Tatyana Averina), 173.587 (8 February 1976; Innsbruck, AUT) (competed as Tatyana Averina), 172.789 (19 November 1976; Medeo, URS) (competed as Tatyana Averina), 172.149 (12 January 1979; Medeo, URS) (competed as Tatyana Barabash), 171.829 (13 January 1979; Medeo, URS) (competed as Tatyana Barabash); Sprint – 1 April 1974 - 9 February 1975 and 11 March 1975 - 10 April 1978: 85.250 (1 April 1974; Medeo, URS) (competed as Tatjana Averina), 84.750 (11 March 1975; Medeo, URS) (competed as Tatjana Averina), 84.030 (22 March 1975; Medeo, URS) (competed as Tatjana Averina), 82.790 (29 March 1975; Medeo, URS) (competed as Tatjana Averina)
Stien Baas-Kaiser NED SSK 1968—1972 Allround – 20 January 1968 - 23 February 1969, 16 January 1971 - 17 January 1971, and 21 February 1971 - 16 January 1972: 188.283 (20 January 1968; Davos, SUI) (competed as Stien Kaiser), 188.100 (3 February 1968; Davos, SUI) (competed as Stien Kaiser), 187.066 (2 March 1968; Inzell, FRG) (competed as Stien Kaiser), 186.566 (3 March 1968; Inzell, FRG) (competed as Stien Kaiser), 186.332 (2 February 1969; Grenoble, FRA) (competed as Stien Kaiser), 186.066 (22 February 1969; Inzell, FRG) (competed as Stien Kaiser), 182.816 (16 January 1971; Davos, SUI) (competed as Stien Kaiser), 182.736 (21 February 1971; Inzell, FRG) (competed as Stien Kaiser)
Ivar Ballangrud NOR SSK 1928—1936 Allround – 11 January 1930 - 31 January 1937 and 29 January 1939 - 4 February 1942: 192.456 (11 January 1930; Davos, SUI), 192.056 (29 January 1935; Davos, SUI), 191.616 (18 January 1936; Oslo, NOR), 191.583 (26 January 1936; Oslo, NOR), 191.050 (2 February 1936; Davos, SUI), 189.306 (29 January 1939; Davos, SUI), 188.806 (31 January 1939; St. Moritz, SUI)
Bonnie Blair USA SSK 1984—1994 Sprint – 18 March 1995 - 25 October 1997: 77.715 (18 March 1995; Calgary, CAN)
Andrey Bobrov URS SSK 1988 Allround – 28 December 1983 - 23 March 1984: 159.894 (28 December 1983; Alma-Ata, URS)
Gaétan Boucher CAN SSK 1976—1988 Sprint – 31 January 1981 - 24 December 1982: 73.925 (31 January 1981; Davos, SUI)
Ruth Budzisch-Schleiermacher GDR SSK 1968—1972 Sprint – 1 July 1969 - 9 January 1970 and 20 February 1971 - 8 January 1972: 89.800 (1 July 1969; , ) (competed as Ruth Schleiermacher), 87.900 (20 February 1971; Inzell, FRG) (competed as Ruth Schleiermacher), 87.600 (21 February 1971; Inzell, FRG) (competed as Ruth Schleiermacher)
Shani Davis USA SSK 2006—2018 Allround – 6 March 2009 - 10 March 2019: 145.232 (6 March 2009; Salt Lake City, USA), 145.059 (6 March 2009; Salt Lake City, USA), 144.806 (11 December 2009; Salt Lake City, USA)
Lasse Efskind NOR SSK 1972 Sprint – 13 January 1973 - 11 April 1974: 76.800 (13 January 1973; Davos, SUI)
Andrea Ehrig-Schöne-Mitscherlich GDR SSK 1976—1988 Allround – 23 January 1983 - 25 March 1983, 22 January 1984 - 28 January 1984, 23 March 1984 - 21 March 1986, and 23 February 1988 - 24 January 1993: 174.406 (23 January 1983; Heerenveen, NED) (competed as Andrea Schöne-Mitscherlich), 173.373 (22 January 1984; Davos, SUI) (competed as Andrea Schöne-Mitscherlich), 172.625 (23 March 1984; Alma-Ata, URS) (competed as Andrea Schöne-Mitscherlich), 171.330 (24 March 1984; Alma-Ata, URS) (competed as Andrea Schöne-Mitscherlich), 171.050 (9 February 1985; Sarajevo, YUG) (competed as Andrea Schöne-Mitscherlich), 170.880 (10 February 1985; Sarajevo, YUG) (competed as Andrea Schöne-Mitscherlich), 170.743 (12 January 1986; Geithus, NOR) (competed as Andrea Ehrig-Mitscherlich), 167.157 (23 February 1988; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Andrea Ehrig-Mitscherlich), 166.770 (28 February 1988; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Andrea Ehrig-Mitscherlich)
Karin Enke-Kania GDR SSK 1980—1988 Allround – 8 December 1983 - 15 January 1984, 28 January 1984 - 23 March 1984, 21 March 1986 - 23 February 1988: 173.933 (8 December 1983; Karl-Marx-Stadt, GDR) (competed as Karin Enke), 173.663 (9 December 1983; Karl-Marx-Stadt, GDR) (competed as Karin Enke), 173.162 (28 January 1984; Deventer, NED) (competed as Karin Enke), 173.120 (29 January 1984; Deventer, NED) (competed as Karin Enke), 172.808 (15 February 1984; Sarajevo, YUG) (competed as Karin Enke), 170.173 (21 March 1986; Alma-Ata, URS) (competed as Karin Kania-Enke), 168.271 (22 March 1986; Alma-Ata, URS) (competed as Karin Kania-Enke), 168.228 (5 December 1987; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Karin Kania-Enke), 167.948 (22 February 1988; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Karin Kania-Enke); Sprint – 22 February 1986 - 26 February 1988: 79.360 (22 February 1986; Karuizawa, JPN) (competed as Karin Kania), 79.210 (6 March 1986; Inzell, FRG) (competed as Karin Kania), 78.940 (21 March 1986; Medeo, URS) (competed as Karin Kania), 78.295 (22 February 1988; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Karin Kania)
Ivar Eriksen NOR SSK 1964—1968 Sprint – 1 July 1969 - 4 January 1970: 79.550 (1 July 1969; , )
Eric Flaim USA SSK/STK 1988—1998 Allround – 17 February 1988 - 21 March 1992: 158.463 (17 February 1988; Calgary, CAN), 158.246 (20 February 1988; Calgary, CAN), 157.340 (21 February 1988; Calgary, CAN)
Anni Friesinger-Postma GER SSK 1998—2010 Allround – 9 March 2001 - 21 December 2001: 159.650 (9 March 2001; Salt Lake City, USA) (competed as Anni Friesinger), 159.390 (8 December 2001; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Anni Friesinger)
Monique Garbrecht-Enfeldt GER SSK 1992—2002 Sprint – 13 February 2002 - 24 March 2006: 74.405 (13 February 2002; Salt Lake City, USA) (competed as Monique Garbrecht)
Boris Gulyayev URS SSK 1964 Sprint – 10 January 1970 - 24 January 1970: 79.200 (10 January 1970; Medeo, URS), 78.830 (13 January 1970; Medeo, URS)
Nikolay Gulyayev URS
EUN
SSK 1988—1992 Allround – 15 February 1987 - 14 February 1988: 159.356 (15 February 1987; Heerenveen, NED)
Michael Hadschieff AUT SSK 1984—1994 Allround – 14 February 1988 - 17 February 1988: 159.255 (14 February 1988; Calgary, CAN)
Chad Hedrick USA SSK 2006—2010 Allround – 13 November 2005 - 17 November 2007: 147.283 (13 November 2005; Calgary, CAN), 146.797 (18 November 2005; Salt Lake City, USA), 146.510 (4 December 2005; Heerenveen, NED), 146.010 (27 December 2005; Salt Lake City, USA), 145.853 (31 December 2005; Salt Lake City, USA), 145.563 (18 March 2006; Calgary, CAN)
Eric Heiden USA SSK 1976—1980 Allround – 11 February 1979 - 17 March 1983: 162.653 (11 February 1979; Oslo, NOR), 162.553 (3 March 1979; Inzell, FRG), 162.430 (17 March 1979; Savalen, NOR), 162.260 (13 January 1980; Davos, SUI), 161.963 (19 January 1980; Davos, SUI), 161.214 (23 February 1980; Lake Placid, USA)
Hans van Helden FRA
NED
SSK 1976—1988 Allround – 13 March 1976 - 25 December 1976: 165.552 (13 March 1976; Inzell, FRG), 165.302 (20 March 1976; Alma-Ata, URS)
Anne Henning USA SSK 1972 Sprint – 8 January 1972 - 19 January 1973: 86.150 (8 January 1972; Davos, SUI)
Manabu Horii JPN SSK 1994—2002 Sprint – 1 March 1996 - 8 November 1997: 71.705 (1 March 1996; Calgary, CAN), 71.505 (2 March 1996; Calgary, CAN)
Dan Jansen USA SSK 1984—1994 Sprint – 18 February 1994 - 1 March 1996: 71.975 (18 February 1994; Hamar, NOR)
Juhani Järvinen FIN SSK 1956—1964 Allround – 1 March 1959 - 30 January 1960 and 16 February 1960 - 27 February 1960: 182.770 (1 March 1959; Squaw Valley, USA), 182.180 (16 February 1960; Squaw Valley, USA)
Knut Johannesen NOR SSK 1956—1964 Allround – 27 February 1960 - 24 February 1963 and 19 January 1964 - 26 January 1964: 181.006 (27 February 1960; Squaw Valley, USA), 180.473 (13 January 1963; Tønsberg, NOR), 179.873 (19 January 1963; Hamar, NOR), 178.943 (26 January 1963; Oslo, NOR), 178.843 (27 January 1963; Oslo, NOR), 178.358 (19 January 1964; Oslo, NOR)
Erhard Keller FRG SSK 1968—1972 Sprint – 4 January 1970 - 10 January 1970, 14 March 1971 - 8 January 1972, and 15 January 1972 - 13 January 1973: 79.350 (4 January 1970; Inzell, FRG), 77.970 (14 March 1971; Inzell, FRG), 77.795 (2 January 1972; Inzell, FRG), 77.495 (15 January 1972; Davos, SUI), 77.250 (4 March 1972; Inzell, FRG)
Sergey Khlebnikov URS SSK 1980—1984 Sprint – 24 December 1982 - 25 March 1983: 73.525 (24 December 1982; Medeo, URS)
Cindy Klassen CAN SSK 2002—2010 Allround – 21 December 2001 - present: 159.195 (21 December 2001; Calgary, CAN), 158.622 (10 February 2002; Salt Lake City, USA), 158.287 (23 February 2002; Salt Lake City, USA), 158.187 (19 January 2003; Calgary, CAN), 158.037 (26 January 2003; Salt Lake City, USA), 157.783 (9 January 2005; Salt Lake City, USA), 157.673 (22 January 2005; Salt Lake City, USA), 157.640 (28 October 2005; Calgary, CAN), 157.103 (12 November 2005; Calgary, CAN), 156.443 (20 November 2005; Salt Lake City, USA), 156.031 (8 January 2006; Calgary, CAN), 154.840 (18 March 2006; Calgary, CAN), 154.560 (19 March 2006; Calgary, CAN); Sprint – 24 March 2006 - 12 December 2009: 74.240 (24 March 2006; Calgary, CAN), S74.065 (25 March 2006; Calgary, CAN)
Gunda Kleemann-Niemann-Stirnemann GDR
GER
SSK 1988—1998 Allround – 24 January 1993 - 13 March 1998 and 14 March 1998 - 2 March 2001: 166.660 (24 January 1993; Heerenveen, NED) (competed as Gunda Niemann), 166.581 (14 March 1993; Heerenveen, NED) (competed as Gunda Niemann), 166.439 (6 December 1993; Hamar, NOR) (competed as Gunda Niemann), 166.192 (25 March 1994; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Gunda Niemann), 165.189 (26 March 1994; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Gunda Niemann), 164.999 (26 November 1994; Berlin, GER) (competed as Gunda Niemann), 164.649 (15 February 1997; Nagano, JPN) (competed as Gunda Niemann), 164.445 (1 March 1997; Inzell, GER) (competed as Gunda Niemann), 164.192 (6 December 1997; Heerenveen, NED) (competed as Gunda Niemann), 163.636 (6 December 1997; Heerenveen, NED) (competed as Gunda Niemann), 163.551 (11 February 1998; Nagano, JPN) (competed as Gunda Niemann), 163.190 (20 February 1998; Nagano, JPN) (competed as Gunda Niemann), 162.791 (14 March 1998; Heerenveen, NED) (competed as Gunda Niemann), 162.223 (27 March 1998; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Gunda Niemann), 162.121 (28 March 1998; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Gunda Niemann), 161.777 (29 March 1998; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Gunda Niemann), 161.547 (6 February 1999; Hamar, NOR) (competed as Gunda Niemann), 161.408 (6 February 1999; Hamar, NOR) (competed as Gunda Niemann), 161.368 (16 January 2000; Hamar, NOR) (competed as Gunda Niemann), 161.208 (29 January 2000; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Gunda Niemann), 161.015 (30 January 2000; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Gunda Niemann), 160.865 (25 November 2000; Heerenveen, NED) (competed as Gunda Niemann), 160.823 (17 February 2001; Hamar, NOR) (competed as Gunda Niemann), 160.530 (24 February 2001; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Gunda Niemann)
Nao Kodaira JPN SSK 2010—2018 Sprint – 3 December 2017 - present: 72.785 (3 December 2017; Calgary, CAN), 72.755 (8 December 2017; Salt Lake City, USA), 72.545 (10 December 2017; Salt Lake City, USA), 72.355 (9 March 2019; Salt Lake City, USA), 72.275 (16 March 2019; Calgary, CAN)
Johann Olav Koss NOR IOC/SSK 1992—2001 Allround – 21 March 1992 - 24 January 1993, 13 March 1993 - 6 January 1994, and 16 February 1994 - 6 December 1997: 157.106 (21 March 1992; Calgary, CAN), 157.060 (22 March 1992; Calgary, CAN), 156.764 (22 January 1993; Heerenveen, NED), 156.514 (13 March 1993; Heerenveen, NED), 156.410 (4 December 1993; Hamar, NOR), 155.749 (16 February 1994; Hamar, NOR), 155.099 (20 February 1994; Hamar, NOR)
Sven Kramer NED SSK 2006—2018 Allround – 17 November 2007 - 6 March 2009: 145.489 (17 November 2007; Calgary, CAN), 145.279 (12 January 2008; Kolomna, RUS)
Yevgeny Kulikov URS SSK 1976—1980 Sprint – 15 March 1975 - 17 March 1975 and 20 March 1976 - 16 April 1978: 76.705 (15 March 1975; Medeo, URS), 76.685 (16 March 1975; Medeo, URS), 74.850 (20 March 1976; Medeo, URS), 74.665 (19 March 1977; Medeo, URS)
Catriona Le May Doan CAN SSK 1992—2002 Sprint – 25 October 1997 - 13 February 2002: 77.115 (25 October 1997; Calgary, CAN), 76.470 (8 November 1997; Calgary, CAN), 75.755 (23 November 1997; Calgary, CAN), 75.565 (27 December 1997; Calgary, CAN), 75.405 (28 December 1997; Calgary, CAN), 75.190 (28 March 1998; Calgary, CAN), 74.785 (9 March 2001; Salt Lake City, USA), 74.540 (10 March 2001; Salt Lake City, USA), 74.470 (9 December 2001; Calgary, CAN)
Lee Sang-Hwa KOR SSK 2006—2018 Sprint – 21 September 2013 - 14 November 2015: 73.630 (21 September 2013; Calgary, CAN), 73.570 (9 November 2013; Calgary, CAN), 73.400 (15 November 2013; Salt Lake City, USA), 73.190 (16 November 2013; Salt Lake City, USA)
Leo Linkovesi FIN SSK 1972 Sprint – 8 January 1972 - 15 January 1972: 77.650 (8 January 1972; Davos, SUI)
Vladimir Lobanov URS SSK 1980 Allround – 25 December 1976 - 20 March 1977: 164.473 (25 December 1976; Alma-Ata, URS), 163.613 (19 March 1977; Alma-Ata, URS)
Sergey Marchuk URS SSK 1976 Allround – 3 April 1977 - 19 March 1978: 163.116 (3 April 1977; Alma-Ata, URS)
Eduard Matusevich URS SSK 1964—1968 Allround – 13 February 1965 - 26 January 1966: 177.653 (13 February 1965; Oslo, NOR), 177.253 (14 February 1965; Oslo, NOR)
Anatoly Medennikov URS SSK 1980 Sprint – 16 April 1978 - 31 January 1981: 74.410 (16 April 1978; Medeo, URS), 74.230 (14 March 1980; Medeo, URS)
Per Ivar Moe NOR SSK 1964 Allround – 26 January 1964 - 13 February 1965 and 26 January 1966 - 30 January 1966: 178.306 (26 January 1964; Tønsberg, NOR), 178.016 (5 February 1964; Innsbruck, AUT), 177.716 (2 January 1965; Oslo, NOR), 177.683 (31 January 1965; Göteborg, SWE), 177.150 (26 January 1966; Davos, SUI)
Valery Muratov URS SSK 1968—1976 Sprint – 24 January 1970 - 20 February 1971 and 17 March 1975 - 20 March 1976: 78.590 (24 January 1970; Medeo, URS), 78.330 (29 January 1970; Medeo, URS), 76.440 (17 March 1975; Medeo, URS), 76.310 (18 March 1975; Medeo, URS), 75.680 (28 March 1975; Medeo, URS)
Christine Nesbitt CAN SSK 2006—2014 Sprint – 28 January 2012 - 29 January 2012: 73.930 (28 January 2012; Calgary, CAN)
Laila Schou Nilsen NOR ASK 1936—1948 Allround – 24 January 1937 - 21 January 1952: 217.876 (24 January 1937; Oslo, NOR), 213.393 (30 January 1937; Davos, SUI), 207.563 (31 January 1937; Davos, SUI)
Jonny Nilsson SWE SSK 1964—1968 Allround – 24 February 1963 - 19 January 1964: 178.446 (24 February 1963; Karuizawa, JPN)
Claudia Pechstein GER SSK 1992—2018 Allround – 13 March 1998 - 14 March 1998 and 2 March 2001 - 9 March 2001: 163.089 (13 March 1998; Heerenveen, NED), 160.477 (2 March 2001; Calgary, CAN), 159.993 (4 March 2001; Calgary, CAN)
Pavel Pegov URS SSK 1984 Sprint – 25 March 1983 - 26 March 1987: 72.970 (25 March 1983; Medeo, URS), 72.860 (26 March 1983; Medeo, URS)
Nataliya Petrusyova URS SSK 1980—1984 Allround – 25 April 1978 - 12 January 1979, 2 October 1979 - 23 January 1983, and 25 March 1983 - 8 December 1983: 172.695 (25 April 1978; Medeo, URS), 172.485 (6 January 1979; Medeo, URS), 170.960 (2 October 1979; Medeo, URS), 170.258 (25 December 1979; Medeo, URS), 170.065 (26 December 1980; Medeo, URS), 169.188 (3 January 1981; Medeo, URS), 168.821 (27 March 1981; Medeo, URS), 168.276 (28 March 1981; Medeo, URS), 167.796 (25 December 1981; Medeo, URS), 174.571 (1 July 1982; , ), 173.941 (25 March 1983; Alma-Ata, URS); Sprint – 2 October 1979 - 27 March 1981: 82.300 (2 October 1979; Medeo, URS)
Heather Richardson-Bergsma USA SSK 2010—2018 Sprint – 19 January 2013 - 21 September 2013 and 14 November 2015 - 20 November 2015: 73.665 (19 January 2013; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Heather Richardson), 73.155 (14 November 2015; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Heather Bergsma)
Rintje Ritsma NED SSK 1992—2006 Allround – 6 January 1994 - 16 February 1994 and 6 December 1997 - 26 November 2000: 156.206 (6 January 1994; Hamar, NOR), 155.803 (8 January 1994; Hamar, NOR), 154.772 (6 December 1997; Heerenveen, NED), 154.586 (18 December 1997; Heerenveen, NED), 154.353 (20 December 1997; Heerenveen, NED), 153.774 (8 February 1998; Nagano, JPN), 153.654 (12 February 1998; Nagano, JPN), 152.706 (17 February 1998; Nagano, JPN), 152.576 (13 March 1998; Heerenveen, NED), 152.307 (27 March 1998; Calgary, CAN), 151.990 (28 March 1998; Calgary, CAN), 151.560 (8 January 1999; Heerenveen, NED), 151.330 (6 February 1999; Hamar, NOR), 151.200 (13 February 1999; Calgary, CAN), 150.720 (20 February 1999; Calgary, CAN)
Patrick Roest NED SSK 2018 Allround – 10 March 2019 - present: 144.691 (10 March 2019; Salt Lake City, USA)
Gianni Romme NED SSK 1998—2002 Allround – 26 November 2000 - 17 March 2001 and 2 February 2002 - 9 February 2002: 150.512 (26 November 2000; Heerenveen, NED), 149.972 (2 February 2002; Salt Lake City, USA)
Christa Rothenburger-Luding GDR
GER
CTR/SSK 1980—1992 Sprint – 27 March 1981 - 22 February 1986 and 26 February 1988 - 18 March 1995: 80.755 (27 March 1981; Medeo, URS) (competed as Christa Rothenburger), 80.655 (28 March 1981; Medeo, URS) (competed as Christa Rothenburger), 80.165 (25 March 1983; Medeo, URS) (competed as Christa Rothenburger), 80.125 (22 January 1984; Davos, SUI) (competed as Christa Rothenburger), 77.945 (26 February 1988; Calgary, CAN) (competed as Christa Rothenburger)
Tamara Rylova URS SSK 1960 Allround – 1 July 1955 - 21 January 1960 and 21 January 1960 - 27 January 1962: 195.333 (1 July 1955; , ), 194.399 (21 January 1960; Medeo, URS)
Lyubov Sadchikova URS SSK 1976 Sprint – 10 April 1978 - 2 October 1979: 82.740 (10 April 1978; Medeo, URS)
Aleksandr Safronov URS SSK 1976 Sprint – 11 April 1974 - 15 March 1975: 76.715 (11 April 1974; Medeo, URS)
Dmitry Sakunenko URS SSK 1956 Allround – 10 January 1955 - 20 January 1955: 184.638 (10 January 1955; Alma-Ata, URS)
Ard Schenk NED SSK 1964—1972 Allround – 30 January 1966 - 28 February 1967 and 13 February 1971 - 13 March 1976: 176.426 (30 January 1966; Inzell, FRG), 176.326 (12 February 1967; Oslo, NOR), 175.846 (19 February 1967; Moskva, URS), 175.546 (25 February 1967; Inzell, FRG), 175.180 (26 February 1967; Inzell, FRG), 168.016 (13 February 1971; Göteborg, SWE), 167.426 (14 February 1971; Göteborg, SWE), 166.746 (13 March 1971; Inzell, FRG), 166.461 (14 March 1971; Inzell, FRG), 166.241 (4 March 1972; Inzell, FRG); Sprint – 20 February 1971 - 14 March 1971: 78.300 (20 February 1971; Inzell, FRG)
Ans Schut NED SSK 1968 Allround – 23 February 1969 - 17 January 1970: 185.499 (23 February 1969; Inzell, FRG)
Åke Seyffarth SWE SSK 1948 Allround – 4 February 1942 - 23 January 1952: 188.678 (4 February 1942; Davos, SUI)
Viktor Shasherin URS SSK 1984 Allround – 17 March 1983 - 28 December 1983 and 23 March 1984 - 15 February 1987: 160.981 (17 March 1983; Alma-Ata, URS), 160.560 (25 March 1983; Alma-Ata, URS), 160.557 (26 March 1983; Alma-Ata, URS), 160.527 (26 December 1983; Alma-Ata, URS), 160.307 (27 December 1983; Alma-Ata, URS), 159.669 (23 March 1984; Alma-Ata, URS)
Boris Shilkov URS SSK 1956 Allround – 9 January 1955 - 10 January 1955, 20 January 1955 - 1 March 1959, and 30 January 1960 - 16 February 1960: 185.303 (9 January 1955; Alma-Ata, URS), 183.336 (20 January 1955; Alma-Ata, URS), 182.436 (30 January 1960; Alma-Ata, URS)
Hiroyasu Shimizu JPN SSK 1994—2006 Sprint – 28 March 1998 - 20 February 1999: 70.320 (28 March 1998; Calgary, CAN), 69.735 (29 March 1998; Calgary, CAN)
Tatyana Sidorova URS SSK 1964—1968 Sprint – 9 January 1970 - 17 January 1970: 89.290 (9 January 1970; Medeo, URS), 88.240 (10 January 1970; Medeo, URS)
Michael Staksrud NOR SSK 1928—1936 Allround – 31 January 1937 - 29 January 1939: 189.916 (31 January 1937; Davos, SUI)
Nina Statkevich URS SSK 1972—1976 Allround – 17 January 1970 - 16 January 1971, 17 January 1971 - 21 February 1971, and 16 January 1972 - 12 January 1974: 184.486 (17 January 1970; Medeo, URS), 183.053 (18 January 1970; Medeo, URS), 182.786 (17 January 1971; Alma-Ata, URS), 181.801 (16 January 1972; Inzell, FRG), 181.529 (22 January 1973; Medeo, URS), 181.089 (27 January 1973; Medeo, URS), 180.029 (20 March 1973; Medeo, URS); Sprint – 17 January 1970 - 20 February 1971: 88.020 (17 January 1970; Medeo, URS)
Galina Stepanskaya URS SSK 1976 Allround – 3 April 1976 - 19 November 1976: 173.449 (3 April 1976; Medeo, URS), 173.399 (10 April 1976; Medeo, URS)
Jan Egil Storholt NOR SSK 1976—1980 Allround – 20 March 1977 - 3 April 1977 and 19 March 1978 - 4 April 1978: 163.221 (20 March 1977; Alma-Ata, URS), 163.042 (19 March 1978; Alma-Ata, URS)
Magne Thomassen NOR SSK 1964—1968 Allround – 5 February 1968 - 6 February 1968: 173.318 (5 February 1968; Davos, SUI)
Nick Thometz USA SSK 1984—1992 Sprint – 26 March 1987 - 18 February 1994: 72.255 (26 March 1987; Medeo, URS)
Jochem Uytdehaage NED SSK 2002 Allround – 17 March 2001 - 2 February 2002 and 9 February 2002 - 13 November 2005: 150.213 (17 March 2001; Calgary, CAN), 149.597 (9 February 2002; Salt Lake City, USA), 149.013 (19 February 2002; Salt Lake City, USA), 147.808 (22 February 2002; Salt Lake City, USA), 147.668 (6 January 2005; Heerenveen, NED), 147.558 (10 November 2005; Calgary, CAN)
Gerard van Velde NED SSK 1992—2002 Sprint – 16 February 2002 - 11 January 2003 and 18 January 2003 - 9 November 2007: 68.310 (16 February 2002; Salt Lake City, USA), 68.270 (18 January 2003; Calgary, CAN), 68.200 (19 January 2003; Calgary, CAN), 68.180 (6 December 2003; Calgary, CAN)
Kees Verkerk NED SSK 1964—1972 Allround – 28 February 1967 - 5 February 1968 and 6 February 1968 - 13 February 1971: 174.720 (28 February 1967; Inzell, FRG), 174.420 (3 February 1968; Davos, SUI), 173.086 (6 February 1968; Davos, SUI), 172.746 (15 February 1968; Grenoble, FRA), 172.681 (17 February 1968; Grenoble, FRA), 171.951 (9 March 1968; Inzell, FRG), 171.691 (10 March 1968; Inzell, FRG), 170.436 (26 January 1969; Inzell, FRG), 170.236 (9 February 1969; Davos, SUI), 169.566 (1 March 1969; Inzell, FRG), 169.533 (8 March 1970; Inzell, FRG), 169.033 (15 January 1971; Davos, SUI), 168.033 (16 January 1971; Davos, SUI)
Wang Beixing CHN SSK 2006—2014 Sprint – 12 December 2009 - 28 January 2012: 74.010 (12 December 2009; Salt Lake City, USA)
Jeremy Wotherspoon CAN SSK 1998—2010 Sprint – 8 November 1997 - 28 March 1998, 20 February 1999 - 16 February 2002, 11 January 2003 - 18 January 2003, and 9 November 2007 - 21 November 2015: 71.260 (8 November 1997; Calgary, CAN), 70.670 (22 November 1997; Calgary, CAN), 70.580 (28 December 1997; Calgary, CAN), 69.090 (20 February 1999; Calgary, CAN), 69.050 (21 February 1999; , ), 69.005 (12 January 2000; Calgary, CAN), 68.875 (29 January 2000; Calgary, CAN), 68.800 (12 February 2000; Calgary, CAN), 68.690 (10 March 2001; Salt Lake City, USA), 68.660 (11 March 2001; Salt Lake City, USA), 68.380 (1 December 2001; Salt Lake City, USA), 68.270 (11 January 2003; Salt Lake City, USA), 67.890 (9 November 2007; Salt Lake City, USA), 67.700 (10 November 2007; Salt Lake City, USA), 67.545 (11 November 2007; Salt Lake City, USA)
Sheila Young USA SSK 1972—1976 Sprint – 19 January 1973 - 1 April 1974 and 9 February 1975 - 11 March 1975: 86.000 (19 January 1973; Davos, SUI), 85.475 (17 February 1974; Innsbruck, AUT), 85.090 (9 February 1975; Inzell, FRG)
Yu Jing CHN SSK 2010—2018 Sprint – 29 January 2012 - 19 January 2013: 73.675 (29 January 2012; Calgary, CAN)
Falko Zandstra NED SSK 1992—1994 Allround – 24 January 1993 - 13 March 1993: 156.639 (24 January 1993; Heerenveen, NED)
Gabi Zange-Schönbrunn GDR SSK 1984—1988 Allround – 15 January 1984 - 22 January 1984: 173.410 (15 January 1984; Alma-Ata, URS) (competed as Gabi Schönbrunn)
Zhang Hong CHN SSK 2014—2018 Sprint – 20 November 2015 - 3 December 2017: 72.885 (20 November 2015; Salt Lake City, USA)