Full name: Arthur Vollstedt
Born: January 21, 1892 in Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
Died: November 15, 1969 in Cologne, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
Affiliations: Altonaer SV, Hamburg (GER)
Sport: Speed Skating
In 1925 Arthur Vollstedt was the first German taking part in speed skating World Championships after 28 years of absence. In 1936 he was responsible for the artificial ice stadium that was constructed at the Olympic Winter Games in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Beginning in 1947 he was a coach in Köln and in this function he was substantially involved in organizing the Kölner Eisklub (KEK), later to become Kölner EC (currently Kölner Haie [Cologne Sharks]).
Personal Bests: 500 – 51.0 (1925); 1500 – 2:37.0 (1928); 5000 – 9:21.4 (1928); 10000 – 18:59.4 (1928).
|1928 Winter||36||Sankt Moritz||Speed Skating||Men's 1,500 metres||Germany||GER||23|
|1928 Winter||36||Sankt Moritz||Speed Skating||Men's 5,000 metres||Germany||GER||28|
|1928 Winter||36||Sankt Moritz||Speed Skating||Germany||Final Standings||23||2:39.9|
|1928 Winter||36||Sankt Moritz||Speed Skating||Germany||Final Standings||28||9:58.5||1:06.0||1:50.1||2:36.8||3:25.0||4:14.2||5:04.0||5:54.0||6:43.8||7:33.0||8:20.0||9:11.0|