World record progression 5000 m speed skating men

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The world record progression 5000 m speed skating men as recognised by the International Skating Union:

Nr. Name Country Result Date Venue
1 Oskar Fredriksen  Norway 9:19.8 2 March 1890 Stockholm
2 Einar Halvorsen  Norway 9:10.2 28 February 1892 Hamar
3 Einar Halvorsen  Norway 9:07.0 26 February 1893 Hamar
4 Jaap Eden  Netherlands 8:37.6 25 February 1894 Hamar
5 Nikolay Strunnikov  Russia 8:37.2 4 February 1911 Kristiania
6 Oscar Mathisen  Norway 8:36.6 17 January 1914 Davos
7 Oscar Mathisen  Norway 8:36.3 23 January 1916 Kristiania
8 Harald Strøm  Norway 8:33.7 4 February 1917 Trondhjem
9 Harald Strøm  Norway 8:27.7 20 February 1921 Kristiania
10 Harald Strøm  Norway 8:26.5 18 February 1922 Kristiania
11 Ivar Ballangrud  Norway 8:24.2 19 January 1929 Davos
12 Ivar Ballangrud  Norway 8:21.6 11 January 1930 Davos
13 Siem Heiden  Netherlands 8:19.2 22 January 1933 Davos
14 Max Stiepl  Austria 8:18.9 3 February 1934 Hamar
15 Ivar Ballangrud  Norway 8:17.2 18 January 1936 Oslo
16 Åke Seyffarth  Sweden 8:13.7 3 February 1941 Davos
17 Kornél Pajor  Hungary 8:13.5 5 February 1949 Davos
18 Hjalmar Andersen  Norway 8:07.3 13 January 1951 Trondheim
19 Nikolay Mamonov  Soviet Union 8:03.7 23 January 1952 Medeo
20 Boris Shilkov  Soviet Union 7:45.6 9 January 1955 Medeo
21 Knut Johannesen  Norway 7:37.8 26 January 1963 Oslo
22 Jonny Nilsson  Sweden 7:34.3 23 February 1963 Karuizawa Allround WCh 1963
23 Jonny Nilsson  Sweden 7:33.2 13 February 1965 Oslo
24 Fred Anton Maier  Norway 7:28.1 4 March 1965 Notodden
25 Kees Verkerk  Netherlands 7:26.6 26 February 1967 Inzell
26 Fred Anton Maier  Norway 7:26.2 7 January 1968 Deventer
27 Fred Anton Maier  Norway 7:22.4 15 February 1968 Grenoble OG 1968
28 Fred Anton Maier  Norway 7:16.7 9 March 1968 Inzell
29 Kees Verkerk  Netherlands 7:13.2 1 March 1969 Inzell Allround ECh 1969
30 Ard Schenk  Netherlands 7:12.0 13 March 1971 Inzell
31 Ard Schenk  Netherlands 7:09.8 4 March 1972 Inzell
32 Yury Kondakov  Soviet Union 7:08.92 24 March 1975 Medeo
33 Hans van Helden  Netherlands 7:07.82 30 January 1976 Davos
34 Piet Kleine  Netherlands 7:04.86 5 March 1976 Inzell
35 Piet Kleine  Netherlands 7:02.38 12 March 1976 Inzell
36 Kay Arne Stenshjemmet  Norway 6:56.9 19 March 1977 Medeo
37 Aleksandr Baranov  Soviet Union 6:54.66 18 March 1982 Medeo
38 Viktor Shasherin  Soviet Union 6:49.15 23 March 1984 Medeo
39 Leo Visser  Netherlands 6:47.01 14 February 1987 Heerenveen Allround WCh 1987
40 Geir Karlstad  Norway 6:45.44 22 November 1987 Heerenveen
41 Geir Karlstad  Norway 6:43.59 4 December 1987 Calgary
42 Johann Olav Koss  Norway 6:41.73 9 February 1991 Heerenveen Allround WCh 1991
43 Johann Olav Koss  Norway 6:38.77 22 January 1993 Heerenveen ECh 1993
44 Johann Olav Koss  Norway 6:36.57 13 March 1993 Heerenveen
45 Johann Olav Koss  Norway 6:35.53 4 December 1993 Hamar
46 Johann Olav Koss  Norway 6:34.96 13 February 1994 Hamar OG 1994
47 Gianni Romme  Netherlands 6:30.63 7 December 1997 Heerenveen
48 Gianni Romme  Netherlands 6:22.20 8 February 1998 Nagano OG 1998
49 Gianni Romme  Netherlands 6:21.49 27 March 1998 Calgary
50 Gianni Romme  Netherlands 6:18.72 30 January 2000 Calgary
51 Jochem Uytdehaage  Netherlands 6:14.66 9 February 2002 Salt Lake City OG 2002
52 Chad Hedrick  United States 6:09.68 13 November 2005 Calgary
53 Sven Kramer  Netherlands 6:08.78 19 November 2005 Salt Lake City
54 Sven Kramer  Netherlands 6:07.48 3 March 2007 Calgary
55 Enrico Fabris  Italy 6:07.40 10 November 2007 Salt Lake City
56 Sven Kramer  Netherlands 6:03.32 17 November 2007 Calgary
57 Ted-Jan Bloemen  Canada 6:01.86 10 December 2017 Salt Lake City

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