World record progression 1500 m speed skating men

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The world record progression 1500 m speed skating men as recognised by the International Skating Union:

Nr. Name Country Result Date Venue
1 Jaap Eden  Netherlands 2:35.0 11 January 1893 Groningen
2 Peder Østlund  Norway 2:32.6 25 February 1893 Hamar
3 Peder Østlund  Norway 2:31.4 24 February 1894 Hamar
4 Einar Halvorsen  Norway 2:29.6 24 February 1894 Hamar
5 Peder Østlund  Norway 2:28.8 25 February 1894 Hamar
6 Jaap Eden  Netherlands 2:25.4 23 February 1895 Hamar
7 Peder Østlund  Norway 2:23.6 7 February 1898 Davos
8 Peder Østlund  Norway 2:22.6 11 February 1900 Davos
9 Oscar Mathisen  Norway 2:20.8 9 February 1908 Davos
10 Oscar Mathisen  Norway 2:20.6 30 January 1910 Davos
11 Oscar Mathisen  Norway 2:19.4 11 January 1914 Kristiania
12 Oscar Mathisen  Norway 2:17.4 18 January 1914 Davos
13 Michael Staksrud  Norway 2:14.9 31 January 1937 Davos
14 Hans Engnestangen  Norway 2:13.8 29 January 1939 Davos
15 Valentin Chaikin  Soviet Union 2:12.9 20 January 1952 Medeo
16 Yevgeny Grishin  Soviet Union 2:09.8 10 January 1955 Medeo
17 Yuri Mikhaylov  Soviet Union 2:09.1 20 January 1956 Davos
18 Yevgeny Grishin  Soviet Union 2:08.6 30 January 1956 Misurina OG 1956
19 Yuri Mikhaylov  Soviet Union 2:08.6 30 January 1956 Misurina OG 1956
20 Juhani Järvinen  Finland 2:06.3 1 March 1959 Squaw Valley
21 Ard Schenk  Netherlands 2:06.2 26 January 1966 Davos
22 Ard Schenk  Netherlands 2:05.3 30 January 1966 Inzell
23 Kees Verkerk  Netherlands 2:03.9 26 February 1967 Inzell
24 Magne Thomassen  Norway 2:02.5 5 February 1968 Davos
25 Kees Verkerk  Netherlands 2:02.0 9 February 1969 Davos
26 Kees Verkerk  Netherlands 2:01.9 8 March 1970 Inzell
27 Ard Schenk  Netherlands 1:58.7 16 January 1971 Davos
28 Hans van Helden  Netherlands 1:55.61 13 March 1976 Inzell
29 Jan Egil Storholt  Norway 1:55.18 20 March 1977 Medeo
30 Eric Heiden  United States 1:54.79 19 January 1980 Davos
31 Igor Zhelezovski  Soviet Union 1:54.26 26 March 1983 Medeo
32 Oleg Bozhev  Soviet Union 1:53.26 24 March 1984 Medeo
33 Nikolay Gulyayev  Soviet Union 1:52.70 15 February 1987 Heerenveen Allround WCh 1987
34 Igor Zhelezovski  Soviet Union 1:52.50 5 December 1987 Calgary
35 André Hoffmann  East Germany 1:52.06 20 February 1988 Calgary OG 1988
36 Rintje Ritsma  Netherlands 1:51.60 8 January 1994 Hamar Allround ECh 1994
37 Johann Olav Koss  Norway 1:51.29 16 February 1994 Hamar OG 1994
38 Hiroyuki Noake  Japan 1:50.61 2 March 1996 Calgary
39 K. C. Boutiette  United States 1:50.09 15 March 1997 Calgary
40 Neal Marshall  Canada 1:50.05 16 March 1997 Calgary
41 Ids Postma  Netherlands 1:49.81 29 November 1997 Berlin
42 Kevin Overland  Canada 1:49.07 29 November 1997 Calgary
43 Rintje Ritsma  Netherlands 1:48.88 20 December 1997 Heerenveen
44 Ådne Søndrål  Norway 1:47.87 12 February 1998 Nagano OG 1998
45 Ådne Søndrål  Norway 1:46.43 28 March 1998 Calgary
46 Jakko Jan Leeuwangh  Netherlands 1:45.56 29 January 2000 Calgary
47 Lee Kyou-hyuk  South Korea 1:45.20 16 March 2001 Calgary
48 Derek Parra  United States 1:43.95 19 February 2002 Salt Lake City OG 2002
49 Shani Davis  United States 1:43.33 9 January 2005 Salt Lake City
50 Chad Hedrick  United States 1:42.78 18 November 2005 Salt Lake City
51 Shani Davis  United States 1:42.68 19 March 2006 Calgary
52 Shani Davis  United States 1:42.32 4 March 2007 Calgary
53 Erben Wennemars  Netherlands 1:42.32 9 November 2007 Salt Lake City
54 Denny Morrison  Canada 1:42.01 14 March 2008 Calgary
55 Shani Davis  United States 1:41.80 6 March 2009 Salt Lake City
56 Shani Davis  United States 1:41.04 11 December 2009 Salt Lake City
57 Denis Yuskov  Russia 1:41.02 9 December 2017 Salt Lake City

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