Max Aicher Arena

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The Max Aicher Arena (in the past also known as Eisstadion Inzell and Ludwig-Schwabl-Stadion) is a stadium located in Inzell, Germany, best known as a speed skating venue. It is an indoor, artificial ice rink, located 690 metres (2,264 feet) above sea level and has a capacity of 10,000 people. Since its opening, as an outdoor venue, towards the end of 1965, more than 80 world records in speed skating have been broken here, and until the advent of indoor speed skating arenas, it was known as the fastest European speed skating rink, second in the world after the Medeu rink.

Eisstadion Inzell
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Former namesLudwig-Schwabl-Stadion
LocationInzell, Germany
Capacity10.000
Construction
Opened1965
Renovated2010

The stadium is also used for ice hockey, ice speedway, and (in the summer months) roller skating.

CompetitionsEdit

Track recordsEdit

Men
Distance Time Skater Date Duration
500 m 34.22   Ruslan Murashov 8 February 2019 977 days
1000 m 1:07.39   Kai Verbij 9 February 2019 976 days
1500 m 1:42.58   Thomas Krol 10 February 2019 975 days
3000 m 3:37.45   Sven Kramer 7 October 2017 1466 days
5000 m 6:07.16   Sverre Lunde Pedersen 7 February 2019 978 days
10000 m 12:46.91   Nils van der Poel 13 December 2020 303 days
Team pursuit 3:38.43   Netherlands 8 February 2019 977 days
Women
Distance Time Skater Date Duration
500 m 37.12   Vanessa Herzog 8 February 2019 977 days
1000 m 1:13.41   Brittany Bowe 9 February 2019 976 days
1500 m 1:52.81   Ireen Wüst 10 February 2019 975 days
3000 m 3:58.91   Martina Sáblíková 7 February 2019 978 days
5000 m 6:44.85   Martina Sáblíková 9 February 2019 976 days
Team pursuit 2:55.78   Japan 8 February 2019 977 days

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Coordinates: 47°45′09″N 12°45′09″E / 47.752439°N 12.752364°E / 47.752439; 12.752364