Known Top VO2Max Scores for Various Athletes

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Greg LeMond vo2max

Greg LeMond had a reported VO2Max of a mindblowing 92.5 ml/kg/min at one point.

A few key results out there on record and in scientific literature:
Highest ever recorded Oskar Svendsen (cyclist) 97.5 ml/kg/min
Espen Harald Bjerke (cross country skier) 96.0 ml/kg/min
Greg LeMond (Cyclist) 92.5 ml/kg/min
Matt Carpenter (marathon runner) 92 ml/kg/min
Tore Ruud Hofstad (cross country skier) 92.0 ml/kg/min
Miguel Indurain (Cyclist) 88 ml/kg/min
Lance Armstrong (Cyclist) 85 ml/kg/min
Chris Fromme (Cyclist) 84.6 ml/kg/min
The best score from Øyvind Leonhardsen (professional footballer) was 80.9 ml/kg/min
Seb Coe (Middle Distance runner) 77 ml/kg/min
Jack Flatley (professional boxer) 71 ml/kg/min
Lee Gong Dook (Middlesborough) (2007) 71 ml/kg/min
David Beckham (Manchester United) 67.6 ml/kg/min
Elite Norwegian Players (1998) 67.67 (±4.0) ml/kg/min
German 1981 squad 67.0 (±4.5) ml/kg/min
1st Division Spanish League (2001) 66.4 (±7.6) ml/kg/min
Ben Hilfenhaus (Australian Cricketer) (2007) 64.1 ml/kg/min
Norwegian division 1-3 (1997) 62.8 (±4.1) ml/kg/min
Derby County FC Squad (2005) 62.1 (±5.0) ml/kg/min
SBC Club Record (Pre Season 2008) 61.4 ml/kg/min
Martin Johnson (England Rugby) 60.6 ml/kg/min
Values for Elite players lie in the 55-70 ml/kg/min region with the mean value of 500 UK professional players in 2003 being 59 ml/kg/min
Players falling below 60 ml/kg/min may fail to perform well consistently at the highest level of professional play.
An English Premiere League Squad (2002) 59.4 (±6.2) ml/kg/min
Edward Watson (SBC Coach) (pre season 2006) 57.5 ml/kg/min
Kelly Smith (England Ladies World Cup Team) (June 2007) 57.2 ml/kg/min
Casey Stone (England Ladies) (2007) 57.2 ml/kg/min
Professional referees are required to make 50.84 ml/kg/min on the bleep test
Assistant referees are required to be able to make 50.26 ml/kg/min on the bleep test.

Explanation of the Mathematics of Vo2 Max
Max VO2 = 132.853 (0.0769 x W) (0.3877 x A) + (6.315 x G) (3.2649 x T1) (0.1565 x HR1-4)
W = body weight,
A = age,
G = gender (0 = female, 1 = male),
T1 = time for the 1 mile track walk expressed in minutes and hundredths of a minute,
HR1-4 = the heart rate in beats . min-1 at the end of the last quarter mile.
The translation for a 19-year-old male (whose Max VO2 turns out to be 67.63) is:
Body weight = 151.5 lb., T1 = 13.56 min, HR1-4 = 145 beats . min-1
Max VO2 = 132.853 (0.0769 x 151.5) (0.3877 x 19) + (6.315 x 1) (3.2649 x 9.75) (0.1565 x 125)
Max VO2 = 67.63 ml . kg-1 . min-1