Kai Arne Engelstad

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Medal record
Men's speed skating
Representing  Norway
Olympic Games
Bronze medal – third place 1984 Sarajevo 1,000 m

Kai Arne Engelstad (born December 21, 1954 in Oslo) is a former speed skater from Norway.

Engelstad specialised on the sprint, with his strongest distance being the 1,000 m. He had his best year in 1984 when he became Norwegian Sprint Champion for the third time, won bronze on the 1,000 m at the Winter Olympics of Sarajevo, and won another bronze medal when he finished third at the World Sprint Championships in Trondheim. Engelstad represented the club Aktiv SK.

Medals[edit]

An overview of medals won by Engelstad at important championships he participated in, listing the years in which he won each:

Championships Gold medal Silver medal Bronze medal
Winter Olympics 1984 (1,000 m)
World Sprint 1984
World Cup
Norwegian Sprint 1977
1983
1984
1978
1979
1985
1981
1982

Personal records[edit]

To put these personal records in perspective, the WR column lists the official world records on the dates that Engelstad skated his personal records.

Event Result Date Venue WR
500 m 38.14 4 March 1984 Trondheim 36.57
1,000 m 1:14.69 17 March 1983 Medeo 1:13.39
1,500 m 1:59.46 15 January 1984 Kongsberg 1:54.26
3,000 m 4:23.0  17 November 1978 Inzell 4:07.01
5,000 m 7:40.16 14 January 1984 Kongsberg 6:54.55
10,000 m 17:32.3  15 March 1984 Oslo 14:23.59

Engelstad has an Adelskalender score of 176.591 points.

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