|500 m||Toivo Salonen||42.2||23|
|1500 m||Seppo Hänninen||2:16.0||23|
|5000 m||Toivo Salonen||8:10.2||21|
|10,000 m||Kalervo Hietala||17:12.9||26|
|500 m||Kaija-Liisa Keskivitikka||48.8||16|
|1000 m||Kaija-Liisa Keskivitikka||1:37.6||8|
|Kaija Mustonen||1:34.8||03 !|
|1500 m||Kaija-Liisa Keskivitikka||2:30.0||8|
|Kaija Mustonen||2:25.5||02 !|
|3000 m||Kaija-Liisa Keskivitikka||5:29.4||10|
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