-------------Walkman said:Elofssons value was confirmed in a book a read with a source that I found trustworthy. A random site on the internet does not compare. Also, the site even says there might not have been a test of 96 but rather of 90. That value for Dæhlie has been thrown around for a while and I have never seen a good source, hence my doubts.
Dæhlie's value has been referred to endlessly since it was recorded at "toppidrettsenteret" ("center for elite sport") in Norway. By the way, another Norwegian has beaten his record now. Confirmed in this article in english here: