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VIDEO | Jordan Stolz speedskating trifecta at World Cup in Quebec City

February 3, 2024 – Kewaskum, Wi – It’s a trifecta of gold medals for the second weekend in a row for Jordan Stolz as he skates the World Cup in Quebec City. On Friday, the 19-year-old speedskating sensation from Kewaskum, WI, took first in the 1000m with a finish of 1.07,96 just missing the track record by a hundredth of a second. On Saturday, Stolz raced in the 1500m and 500m and did not disappoint.

In the 1500m, the first race for Stolz on Saturday, he raced against the top points holder in Zhongyan Ning of China. Stolz finished in first place with a new track record of 1.44,01, a new track record.

Stolz finished ahead of Ning who crossed in 1.44,79.

Click HERE to watch Stolz race the World Cup points champion in the 1500m

Stolz finished in second place in World Cup points in the 1500m behind Ning.

In the 500 meter against Yudai Yamamoto of Japan, Stolz was extremely powerful from the starting gun and crossed the finish in a blur of 34.51. Yamamoto finished in 35.41. Stolz secured the gold for the second week in a row.

   Click HERE to watch Stolz finish first in the 500m


February 2, 2024 – Kewaskum, Wi – Speedskating sensation Jordan Stolz of Kewaskum is back on the ice this weekend in the final World Cup event of the season. Stolz, 19, is competing in Quebec City and he’s already taken the gold medal in his first race clocking in a time 1 minute, 7.96 seconds.
Stolz beat Japan’s Tatsuya Shinhama by a mere 38 hundredths of a second.

Click HERE to watch the 1000m race

Wendy Wendorf
Stolz took off like a dart with a powerful opening first half of a lap in a time of 16,12 which was the fastest opening time ever in Quebec City.
Stolz hit the final lap with a full second below the track time.
It was interesting to watch the exchange as his competition Zhongyan Ning of China could not pass in front of Stolz and had to wait a hot second to slide in behind on the exchange to the outer lane.
Stolz clocked the fastest 600 meter time ever at sea level racing in at 40.78
Stolz finished in 1.07,96 which just missing the track records but by hundreds of a second.
The track record is 1.07,94
On the season Stolz won 4-of-6 1000m races but skipped the Beijing competition so lost by 3 points to Ning for the overall World Cup title. Stolz finished 2nd overall in World Cup standing.

Click HERE to read more about how Stolz got his start

Stolz is becoming a hot-ticket item for media and according to coach Bob Corby he’s handling it very well.

Coming up Saturday Stolz will race in the 1500m and 500m and then a second 500m on Sunday.

Then its off to Calgary for the World Single Distance Championships in two weeks.

Photos courtesy Bob Corby.

January 28, 2024 – Kewaskum, Wi – A record-breaking weekend of speedskating at the Olympic Oval in Salt Lake City, Utah wraps up with Jordan Stolz of Kewaskum, WI, on the ice again this afternoon. Stolz races around 1:35 p.m. in the 1000 meter. Click BELOW to watch live.

The 19-year-old is coming off a huge win Friday afternoon when he set a new world record in the 1000m at 1:05,37. Below is a video of Stolz placing a world record plaque on the wall at the Olympic rink in Salt Lake City.

Stolz competes in the 1000m again Sunday afternoon. His start time is just after 1:35 p.m. See the start-time schedule below.


Stolz race 1000m

Click HERE to watch a live broadcast of today’s race via Skating ISU

Photos and video courtesy Dirk Stolz

January 26, 2024 – Kewaskum, WI – A chilling performance at the Utah Olympic Oval in Salt Lake City, Utah this Friday afternoon as Jordan Stolz set a new world record in the 1000m.

Stolz finished in a record time of 1:05,37 crushing his previous time of 1:06,27. Interesting to note that prior to the race, Stolz’s coach Bob Corby predicted Stolz may have a 1:05 finish.


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Stolz finished well ahead of second place silver medalist Zhongyan Ning of China; he crossed in 1:06,97. David Bosa of Italy placed third at 1:07,06.


Click HERE to watch Jordan Stolz skate in Utah

Stolz not only set a new world record, but he also set a National Record, Track Record, Personal Record, and Season Best.

Click HERE to see the unofficial results from the 1000m men’s race

January 26, 2024 – Kewaskum, WI – Jordan Stolz, 19, of Kewaskum, WI skates this weekend at the Utah Olympic Oval in Salt Lake City, UT. Stolz is coming off another record-setting performance from last week where he took the gold in the 1000 meter with a record time of 1.06,27.

Click HERE to watch his performance from January 22, 2024. He skates at the 2:05:11 mark courtesy US Speedskating.

Stolz skates today around 1:07 p.m. Results will be posted when information becomes available. Click HERE to see the draw and schedule.

Below is an article from last week in Utah.

January 21, 2024 – Kewaskum, WI – Local speedskating sensation Jordan Stolz has done it again. Competing at the Utah Olympic Oval in Salt Lake City, UT, the 19-year-old Stolz took the gold medal in the 1,000 meter with a record-breaking time of 1.06,27.



Not only is that time a national record but also a personal record and season best for Stolz.


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Stolz is the Four Continents Champion in the 1000m.

Coach Bob Corby noted, Stolz also beat Shani Davis’s record by .2 seconds.

Click HERE to read more about Jordan Stolz accomplishments and records


Click HERE for a flashback video to 2023 when Stolz set a new junior world record in the 1,000m. And now a short year later, he breaks that record.

Photo courtesy Bob Corby.

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