CROSS COUNTRY SKIING RECORDS WOMEN

Below we have various record for Cross Country Skiing women.

WOMEN 10KM BEST TIMES OLYMPICS AND WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

Katerina Neumannová. (Source: spajournal.cz).

RANK NAME COUNTRY YEAR TIME COMPETITION
1 Katerina Neumannová CZE 2007 23:58,4 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
2 Olga Savyalova RUS 2007 24:24,9 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
3 Arianna Follis ITA 2007 24:28,6 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
4 Kristin Størmer Steira NOR 2007 24:33,9 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
5 Charlotte Kalla SWE 2007 24:41,9 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
6 Evi Sachenbacher-Stehle GER 2007 24:44,4 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
7 Riita-Liisa Roponen FIN 2007 24:48,4 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
8 Valentyna Sevchenko RUS 2007 24:51,7 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
9 Kristina Smigun EST 2007 24:56,3 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
10 Jevegenija Medeveda-Arbusova RUS 2007 24:57,2 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

WOMEN 10KM BEST OLYMPIC TIMES

Charlotte Kalla. (Source: sportbibeln.se).

RANK NAME COUNTRY YEAR TIME
1 Charlotte Kalla SWE 2010 24:58,4
2 Kristina Smigun-Vähi EST 2010 25:05,0
3 Marit Bjørgen NOR 2010 25:14,3

WOMEN 10KM PROGRESSION OF OLYMPIC BEST

Raisa Smetanina. (Source: sportvokrug.ru).

NAME COUNTRY YEAR TIME
Lydia Widerman FIN 1952 41:40
Ljubov Kozyreva URS 1956 38:11
Toini Gustafsson SWE 1968 36:46,5
Galina Kulakova URS 1972 34:17,82
Raisa Smetanina URS 1976 30:13,41
Vida Ventsene URS 1988 30:08,3
Ljubov Jegorova RUS 1992 25:53,7
Charlotte Kalla SWE 2010 24:58,4

WOMEN 15KM BEST TIMES OLYMPICS AND WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

Marit Bjørgen. (Source: EPA/PETER KLAUNZER).

RANK NAME COUNTRY YEAR TIME COMPETITION
1 Marit Bjørgen NOR 2017 37:57,5 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
2 Krista Pärmäkoski FIN 2017 38:02,3 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
3 Charlotte Kalla SWE 2017 38:29,5 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
4 Heidi Weng NOR 2014 38:46,8 OLYMPIC GAMES
5 Therese Johaug NOR 2014 38:48,2 OLYMPIC GAMES
6 Aino-Kaisa Saarinen FIN 2014 38:48,9 OLYMPIC GAMES
7 Nathalie von Siebenthal SUI 2017 39:02,5 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
8 Teresa Stadlober AUT 2017 39:02,9 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
9 Yuliya Chekalyova RUS 2017 39:03,2 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
10 Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen NOR 2017 39:08,6 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

WOMEN 15KM PROGRESSION OF OLYMPIC BEST

NAME COUNTRY YEAR TIME
Kristina Smigun EST 2006 42:48,7
Marit Bjørgen NOR 2010 39:58,1
Marit Bjørgen NOR 2014 38:33,6

WOMEN 30KM BEST TIMES OLYMPICS AND WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

Heidi Weng. (Source: Swixsport.com).

RANK NAME COUNTRY YEAR TIME COMPETITION
1 Marit Bjørgen NOR 2017 1:08:36,8 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
2 Heidi Weng NOR 2017 1:08:38,7 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
3 Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen NOR 2017 1:08:38,7 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
4 Ragnhild Haga NOR 2017 1:08:44,2 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
5 Jessica Diggins USA 2017 1:08:47,2 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
6 Krista Pärmäkoski FIN 2017 1:08:48,1 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
7 Charlotte Kalla SWE 2017 1:08:50,7 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
8 Teresa Stadlober AUT 2017 1:08:52,3 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
9 Anna Haag SWE 2017 1:08:57,1 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
10 Yuliya Chekalyova RUS 2017 1:09:57,7 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

WOMEN 30KM BEST OLYMPIC TIMES

RANK NAME COUNTRY YEAR TIME
1 Marit Bjørgen NOR 2014 1:11:05,2
2 Therese Johaug NOR 2014 1:11:07,8
3 Kristin Størmer Steira NOR 2014 1:11:28,8

WOMEN 30KM PROGRESSION OF OLYMPIC BEST

Stefania Belmondo. (Source: pefmagazine.org)

NAME COUNTRY YEAR TIME
Stefania Belmondo ITA 1992 1:22:30,1
Julia Tsjepalova RUS 1998 1:22:01,5
Marit Bjørgen NOR 2014 1:11:05,2

WOMEN 4x5KM RELAY BEST TIMES OLYMPICS AND WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen member of the winning Norwegian relay team in 2015. (Source: langrenn.com).

RANK NAME COUNTRY YEAR TIME COMPETITION
1 Norway NOR 2015 49:04,73 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
2 Germany GER 2002 49:30,6 OLYMPIC GAMES
3 Sweden SWE 2015 49:33,99 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
4 Finland FIN 2015 49:35,60 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
5 United States USA 2015 50:54,6 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
6 Russia RUS 2015 51:44,4 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
7 France FRA 2015 52:12,8 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
8 Kazakhstan KAZ 2003 52:13,0 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
9 Belarus BLR 2003 52:25,4 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
10 Italy ITA 2015 53:05,6 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

WOMEN 4x5KM RELAY PROGRESSION OF OLYMPIC BEST

Evi Sachenbacher member of the winning German relay team in the 2002 Olympics. (Source: sport.de).

NAME COUNTRY YEAR TIME
Soviet Union URS 1976 1:07:49,75
East Germany GDR 1980 1:02:11,10
Soviet Union URS 1988 59:51,1
Unified Team CIS 1992 59:34,8
Russia RUS 1994 57:12,5
Russia RUS 1998 55:13,5
Germany GER 2002 49:30,6

 

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