World record progression 3000 m speed skating women

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The world record progression 3000 m speed skating women as recognised by the International Skating Union:

Name Result Date Venue
Poland Zofia Nehringowa 6:52.8 8 February 1931 Warsaw
Poland Zofia Nehringowa 6:22.4 9 February 1935 Warsaw
United States Kit Klein 6:12.0 1 February 1936 Stockholm
Norway Laila Schou Nilsen 5:29.6 30 January 1937 Davos
Soviet Union Zoya Kholshevnikova 5:29.1 30 January 1949 Moscow
Soviet Union Tatyana Karelina 5:26.7 11 February 1951 Medeo
Soviet Union Olga Akifyeva 5:22.2 16 February 1951 Medeo
Soviet Union Rimma Zhukova 5:21.3 8 January 1952 Medeo
Soviet Union Rimma Zhukova 5:13.8 23 January 1953 Medeo
Soviet Union Inga Artamonova 5:06.0 28 January 1962 Medeo
Soviet Union Lidia Skoblikova 5:05.9 15 January 1967 Oslo
Netherlands Stien Kaiser 5:04.8 29 January 1967 Davos
Netherlands Stien Kaiser 4:56.8 5 March 1967 Inzell
Netherlands Stien Kaiser 4:54.6 3 February 1968 Davos
Netherlands Ans Schut 4:52.0 2 February 1969 Grenoble
Netherlands Ans Schut 4:50.4 9 February 1969 Davos
Netherlands Ans Schut 4:50.3 23 February 1969 Inzell
Netherlands Stien Kaiser 4:46.5 16 January 1971 Davos
Soviet Union Tamara Kuznetsova 4:44.69 12 January 1975 Medeo
United States Nancy Swider 4:40.85 13 March 1976 Inzell
Soviet Union Galina Stepanskaya 4:40.59 16 March 1976 Medeo
Soviet Union Galina Stepanskaya 4:31.00 23 March 1976 Medeo
East Germany Gabi Schönbrunn 4:21.70 28 March 1981 Medeo
East Germany Andrea Schöne 4:20.91 23 March 1984 Medeo
East Germany Karin Kania 4:18.02 21 March 1986 Medeo
Netherlands Yvonne van Gennip 4:16.85 19 March 1987 Heerenveen
East Germany Gabi Zange 4:16.76 5 December 1987 Calgary
Netherlands Yvonne van Gennip 4:11.94 23 February 1988 Calgary
East Germany Gunda Kleemann 4:10.80 9 December 1990 Calgary
Germany Gunda Niemann 4:09.32 25 March 1994 Calgary
Germany Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann 4:07.80 7 December 1997 Heerenveen
Germany Claudia Pechstein 4:07.13 13 December 1997 Hamar
Germany Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann 4:05.08 14 March 1998 Heerenveen
Germany Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann 4:01.67 27 March 1998 Calgary
Germany Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann 4:00.51 30 January 2000 Calgary
Germany Gunda Niemann-Stirnemann 4:00.26 17 February 2001 Hamar
Germany Claudia Pechstein 3:59.27 2 March 2001 Calgary
Germany Claudia Pechstein 3:57.70 10 February 2002 Salt Lake City
Canada Cindy Klassen 3:55.75 12 November 2005 Calgary
Canada Cindy Klassen 3:53.34 18 March 2006 Calgary

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