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Speed skating at the 1964 Winter Olympics – Men's 1500 metres

Men's 1500 metres
at the IX Olympic Winter Games

Pictogram for speed skating
Venue Eisschnellaufbahn
Dates February 6
Competitors 54 from 20 nations
Winning time 2:10.3
Medalists
Gold medal    Soviet Union
Silver medal    Netherlands
Bronze medal    Norway
Speed skating at the
1964 Winter Olympics
500 m   men   women
1000 m women
1500 m men women
3000 m women
5000 m men
10000 m men

The men's 1500 metres in speed skating at the 1964 Winter Olympics took place on 6 February, at the Eisschnellaufbahn.[1]

Records

Prior to this competition, the existing world and Olympic records were as follows:[2][3]

World record  Juhani Järvinen (FIN) 2:06.3 Squaw Valley, United States 1 March 1959
Olympic record  Yevgeny Grishin (URS)
 Yuri Mikhailov (URS)
2:08.6 Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy 30 January 1956

Results

[1]
Rank Athlete Country Time
1st Ants Antson Soviet Union 2:10.3
2nd Kees Verkerk Netherlands 2:10.6
3rd Villy Haugen Norway 2:11.2
4 Jouko Launonen Finland 2:11.9
5 Lev Zaytsev Soviet Union 2:12.1
6 Ivar Eriksen Norway 2:12.2
6 Eduard Matusevich Soviet Union 2:12.2
8 Juhani Järvinen Finland 2:12.4
9 Magne Thomassen Norway 2:12.5
10 Rudi Liebrechts Netherlands 2:12.8
11 Yevgeny Grishin Soviet Union 2:13.3
11 Terry Malkin Great Britain 2:13.3
13 Ard Schenk Netherlands 2:13.4
14 Ri Sung-Ryool North Korea 2:13.9
15 Dick Hunt United States 2:14.4
16 Nils Aaness Norway 2:14.6
17 Günter Traub Germany 2:15.3
18 Örjan Sandler Sweden 2:15.4
19 Jouko Jokinen Finland 2:15.6
19 Ivar Nilsson Sweden 2:15.6
21 Renato De Riva Italy 2:15.7
22 André Kouprianoff France 2:15.8
23 Seppo Hänninen Finland 2:16.0
24 Manne Lavås Sweden 2:16.2
25 Buddy Campbell United States 2:16.4
26 Herbert Höfl Germany 2:16.8
26 Eddie Rudolph, Jr. United States 2:16.8
28 Bo Ollander Sweden 2:17.1
29 Gerd Zimmermann Germany 2:17.3
30 Kurt Stille Denmark 2:17.4
31 Keiichi Suzuki Japan 2:17.5
32 Oldřich Teplý Czechoslovakia 2:17.9
33 Hermann Strutz Austria 2:18.0
34 Satoshi Shinpo Japan 2:18.5
35 Elio Locatelli Italy 2:19.0
36 Kim Zin-Hook North Korea 2:19.4
37 Ralf Olin Canada 2:19.7
38 György Ivánkai Hungary 2:19.9
39 Jürgen Schmidt Germany 2:20.0
40 Choi Yeong-Bae South Korea 2:20.3
41 Toyofumi Aruga Japan 2:20.7
42 Floyd Bedbury United States 2:21.3
43 Raymond Fonvieille France 2:22.6
44 Ruedi Uster Switzerland 2:23.4
45 Tony Bullen Great Britain 2:23.7
46 Luvsanlkhagvyn Dashnyam Mongolia 2:23.9
47 Gerald Koning Canada 2:24.0
48 Peter Toyfl Austria 2:24.2
49 Thomas Dawson Great Britain 2:26.4
50 Mihály Martos Hungary 2:26.8
51 Josef Reisinger Austria 2:27.8
52 Choi Nam-Yeon South Korea 2:30.2
53 Jean-Pierre Guéron Switzerland 2:32.3
- Erich Korbel Austria DQ

References

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Sports-Reference - 1964 - Men's 1500 metres

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