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    Winter Olympic Records

    General   Alpine Skiing   Biathlon   Bobsled   Luge
    Figure Skating   Nordic Skiing   Long Track Skating   Short Track Skating  

     GENERAL
     Most Medals, Career, Women -- 10, Raisa Smetanina, Soviet Union-Unified Team, nordic skiing, 1976-92 (4 gold, 5 silver, 1 bronze).
     Most Medals, Career, Men -- 9, Sixten Jernberg, Sweden, nordic skiing, 1956-64 (4 gold, 3 silver, 2 bronze).
     Most Medals, Single Olympics, Men -- 5, Eric Heiden, United States, speedskating, 1980 (5 gold).
     Most Medals, Single Olympics, Women -- 5, Manuela Di Centa, Italy, nordic skiing, 1994 (2 gold, 2 silver, 1 bronze) and Lyubov Egorova, Unified Team, nordic skiing, 1992 (3 gold, 2 silver).
     Most Gold Medals, Women -- 6, Lydia Skoblikova, Soviet Union, speedskating, 1960-64 and Lyubov Egorova, Unified Team-Russia, nordic skiing, 1992-94.
     Most Gold Medals, Men -- 5, A. Clas Thunberg, Finland, speedskating, 1924-28; Eric Heiden, United States, speedskating, 1980; and Bjorn Dahlie, Norway, nordic skiing, 1992-94.
     Most Silver Medals, Women -- 5, Andrea Ehrig, East Germany, speedskating, 1976, 1984-88 and Raisa Smetanina, Soviet Union-Unified Team, nordic skiing, 1976-88.
     Most Silver Medals, Men -- 5, Bogdan Musiol, East Germany, bobsled, 1980-88.
     Most Bronze Medals, Women -- 4, Yelena Valbe, Unified Team, nordic skiing, 1992.
     Most Bronze Medals, Men -- 5, Harri Kirvesniemi, Finland, nordic skiing, 1980-84, 1992-94.
     
     EVENTS
     Alpine Skiing
     Largest Margin of victory, Men -- 6.2 seconds, Anton Sailer, Austria, Giant Slalom, 1956.
     Largest Margin of victory, Women -- 4.7 seconds, Madeleine Berthod, Switzerland, Downhill, 1956.
     Biathlon
     Largest Margin of victory -- 3 minutes, 57.00 seconds, Russia, Women's 4X7.5Km Relay, 1994.
     Bobsled
     Largest Margin of victory -- 3.29 seconds, Switzerland four-man team, 1924.
     Luge
     Largest Margin of victory -- 2.75 seconds, Orturn Enderlein, East Germany, Women's Single, 1964.
     Figure Skating
     Highest Score -- 107.4 out of 108 points, Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean, Britain, Ice Dance, 1984.
     Highest Score, Individual -- 105.9 out of 108 points, Janet Lynn, United States, free skate, 1972 and John Curry, Britain, free skate, 1976.
     Nordic Skiing
     Largest Margin of victory, Men -- 13 minutes, 27 seconds, Per Erik Hedlund, Sweden, 50 Km Cross-Country, 1928.
     Largest Margin of victory, Women -- 2 minutes, 7 seconds, Soviet Union, 3X5Km Cross-Country Relay, 1964.
     Speedskating
     Men
     500 Meters -- Alexsandr Golubev, Russia, 36.33 seconds, 1994.
     1,000 Meters -- Dan Jensen, United States, 1:12.43, 1994.
     1,500 Meters -- Johann Koss, Norway, 1:51.29, 1994.
     5,000 Meters -- Johann Koss, Norway, 6:34.96, 1994.
     10,000 Meters --Johann Koss, Norway, 13:30.55, 1994.
     Short Track Speedskating
     Men
     1,000 Meters -- Kim Ki-Hoon, South Korea, 1:30.76, 1992.
     5,000 Meter Relay -- Italy, 7:11.74, 1994.
     Women
     500 Meter -- Cathy Turner, United States, 47.04, 1992.
     3,000 Meter Relay -- South Korea, 4:26.64, 1994.