World record progression big combination speed skating men

The world record progression of the men's speed skating big combination as recognised by the International Skating Union:[1]

# Name times (500 - 5000 / 1500 - 10000) Points Date Venue Meet Ref
1 Norway Sverre Farstad 41.8 - 8:15.4 / 2:13.9 - 17:39.7 188.958 5–6 February 1949 Switzerland Davos European Championships
2 Soviet Union Dmitry Sakunenko 42.6 - 7:54.9 / 2:13.0 - 16:44.3 184.638 9–10 January 1955 Soviet Union Medeu
3 West Germany Günter Traub 43.1 - 8:12.1 / 2:09.3 - 16:21.6 184.490 19–20 January 1963 Italy Madonna di Campiglio
4 Norway Knut Johannesen 43.3 - 7:47.1 / 2:13.8 - 16:08.5 183.035 19–20 January 1963 Norway Hamar Norwegian Allround Championships
5 Norway Nils Aaness 41.6 - 7:42.8 / 2:10.8 - 16:21.6 180.560 26–27 January 1963 Norway Oslo Norway–USSR Match
6 Sweden Jonny Nilsson 43.0 - 7:34.3 / 2:10.1 - 15:33.0 178.447 23–24 February 1963 Japan Karuizawa World Allround Championships
7 Norway Fred Anton Maier 43.6 - 7:33.1 / 2:08.2 - 15:32.2 178.253 5–6 February 1966 Norway Oslo
8 Netherlands Kees Verkerk 42.1 - 7:30.4 / 2:10.0 - 15:51.7 178.058 11–12 February 1967 Norway Oslo World Allround Championships
9 Norway Svein-Erik Stiansen 41.8 - 7:27.6 / 2:07.7 - 15:57.1 176.982 13–14 January 1968 Italy Madonna di Campiglio Trofeo Alberto Nicolodi
10 West Germany Günter Traub 41.7 - 7:40.2 / 2:05.6 - 15:42.6 176.717 20–21 January 1968 West Germany Inzell West German Allround Championships
11 Norway Fred Anton Maier 42.7 - 7:25.0 / 2:08.4 - 15:26.8 176.340 24–25 February 1968 Sweden Göteborg World Allround Championships
12 Netherlands Kees Verkerk 40.4 - 7:19.9 / 2:03.7 - 15:28.7 172.058 9–10 March 1968 West Germany Inzell
13 Sweden Göran Claeson 40.2 - 7:17.0 / 2:05.2 - 15:22.5 171.758 1–2 March 1969 West Germany Inzell
14 Netherlands Jan Bols 40.51 - 7:19.8 / 2:04.4 - 15:11.1 171.512 7–8 March 1970 West Germany Inzell
15 Netherlands Ard Schenk 40.29 - 7:25.9 / 2:02.3 - 15:13.4 171.317 30–31 January 1971 Norway Oslo
16 Netherlands Ard Schenk 40.57 - 7:18.8 / 2:04.8 - 15:01.6 171.130 13–14 February 1971 Sweden Göteborg World Allround Championships
17 Netherlands Ard Schenk 39.82 - 7:12.0 / 2:01.3 - 14:55.9 168.248 13–14 March 1971 West Germany Inzell
18 Netherlands Ard Schenk 39.0 - 7:09.8 / 1:58.8 - 15:16.8 167.420 4–5 March 1972 West Germany Inzell
19 Netherlands Piet Kleine 40.69 - 7:02.38 / 1:56.28 - 14:43.92 165.884 12–13 March 1976 West Germany Inzell
20 Norway Jan Egil Storholt 38.07 - 7:01.16 / 1:55.18 - 14:52.84 163.221 19–20 March 1977 Soviet Union Medeu USSR–Norway Match
21 United States Eric Heiden 38.22 - 6:59.15 / 1:56.05 - 14:43.11 162.973 11–12 February 1979 Norway Oslo World Allround Championships
22 Soviet Union Viktor Shasherin 37.63 - 6:55.43 / 1:54.36 - 14:45.14 161.550 25–26 March 1983 Soviet Union Medeu USSR–GDR Match
23 Soviet Union Viktor Shasherin 38.04 - 6:49.15 / 1:53.80 - 14:38.39 160.807 23–24 March 1984 Soviet Union Medeu
24 Soviet Union Nikolay Gulyayev 37.24 - 6:51.28 / 1:52.70 - 14:28.45 159.356 14–15 February 1987 Netherlands Heerenveen World Allround Championships
25 Norway Johann Olav Koss 38.46 - 6:41.73 / 1:52.76 - 13:43.54 157.396 9–10 February 1991 Netherlands Heerenveen World Allround Championships
26 Italy Roberto Sighel 37.38 - 6:43.91 / 1:52.38 - 13:58.39 157.150 21–22 March 1992 Canada Calgary World Allround Championships
27 Netherlands Falko Zandstra 37.90 - 6:40.01 / 1:52.90 - 13:46.96 156.882 22–23 January 1993 Netherlands Heerenveen European Championships
28 Netherlands Rintje Ritsma 37.30 - 6:39.46 / 1:51.60 / 13:55.11 156.201 7–9 January 1994 Norway Hamar European Championships
29 Japan Keiji Shirahata 37.78 - 6:37.80 / 1:50.91 - 13:48.72 155.966 3–4 January 1998 Japan Nagano Japanese Allround Championships
30 Netherlands Ids Postma 36.48 - 6:33.09 / 1:48.85 / 13:45.91 153.367 13–15 March 1998 Netherlands Heerenveen World Allround Championships
31 Netherlands Rintje Ritsma 36:51 - 6:30:38 / 1:48:69 - 13:37:47 152.651 6–7 February 1999 Norway Hamar World Allround Championships
32 Netherlands Jochem Uytdehaage 36.59 - 6:30.27 / 1:49.51 / 13:27.25 152.482 15–17 March 2002 Netherlands Heerenveen World Allround Championships
33 Netherlands Mark Tuitert 36.18 - 6:27.63 / 1:47.41 / 13:38.91 151.691 9–11 January 2004 Netherlands Heerenveen European Championships
34 United States Chad Hedrick 36.49 - 6:20.69 / 1:47.51 - 13:21.67 150.478 7–8 February 2004 Norway Hamar World Allround Championships [2]
35 United States Shani Davis 35.85 - 6:24.21 / 1:43.33 - 13:32.90 149.359 8–9 January 2005 United States Salt Lake City American World Championships qualification
36 United States Chad Hedrick 36.23 - 6:16.93 / 1:44.92 - 13:18.06 148.799 21–22 January 2006 Canada Calgary American World Championships qualification
37 United States Shani Davis 35.17 - 6:10.49 / 1:42.68 - 13:05.94 145.742 18–19 March 2006 Canada Calgary World Allround Championships [3]
38 Netherlands Patrick Roest 35.74 - 6:08.27 / 1:43.31 - 12:51.17 145.561 2–3 March 2019 Canada Calgary World Allround Championships [4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Evolution of the world record Big combination Men". www.speedskatingstats.com. Retrieved 6 March 2018.
  2. ^ "Classification Men". ISU. 8 February 2004. Retrieved 6 March 2018.
  3. ^ "World Allround Championships 2006 – Classification Men". ISU. 19 March 2006. Retrieved 6 March 2018.
  4. ^ "World Allround Championships 2019 – Classification Men" (PDF). ISU. 3 March 2019. Retrieved 3 March 2019.