Eric Heiden is a former track cyclist, road cyclist, and long track speed skater. At the 1980 Winter Olympics, Heiden won five individual gold medals, setting one world record and four Olympic records in the process. The most successful athlete at the 1980 Winter Olympics, Heiden won more gold medals than all other nations except East Germany and Soviet Union.
Johann Olav Koss is a Norwegian former speed skater best known for winning three gold medals at the 1994 Olympics in Lillehammer. He is also known for winning gold and a silver medal at the 1992 Olympics in Albertville. In 2018, Koss became a member of the Olympians for Life project, which aims at making the world a better place.
Cindy Klassen is a Canadian former long track speed skater. She is best known for winning a gold medal, two silver medals, and two bronze medals at the 2006 Olympic Games in Turin, Italy. Cindy Klassen also won a gold medal each at the 2003 and 2006 World Allround Championships.
Apart from running a gas station and working as a carpenter, Knut Johannesen also redefined the Norwegian speed skating circuit. The 2-time speed skating World Champion and European Champion had also won 5 Olympic medals, including 2 golds. He became the first skater to finish 10,000m in less than 16 minutes.
Belarusian speed skater Maryna Zuyeva is also a talented cyclist. She is a former European Speed Skating Champion and has also competed in the 3000m speed skating category at the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics. He is now part of the road bicycle racing team Ferei–CCN.
Belarusian speed skater Hanna Nifantava has represented Belarus in the 500m category at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics. Also known by her nickname, Anna, she has also been part of the European Speed Skating Championship and World Single Distances Speed Skating Championship, both in 2021.