Record number of victories per sailor
|7.||Philippe Stern, Philippe Durr|
|6.||Louis Noverraz, Ernesto Bertarelli, Pierre-Yves Jorand, Christian Wahl, Daniel Stampfli|
|4.||Philippe Cardis, Bernard Dunand|
|3.||Henri Copponex, Henri Guisan, Horace Julliard, Marc-Edouard Landolt, Alex Schneiter (+ 3 Bols de Vermeil), Gérard Gautier, Edouard Kessi, Bertrand Cardis|
Record number of victories by a yacht: Glana, renamed Titea, Marie-José II then Le Tigre: eight victories achieved in 1949, 1955, 1959, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1968 and 1969
Longevity record of a yacht (time between first and latest win): 23 years (held by 6mJI Véga, in 1944 and 1967).
Record of wins per class: The 6mJI dominated the Bol d’Or from 1939 to 1969, winning 22 times in 30 years, followed by Decision 35s – 15 wins in 16 years and Toucans – 8 wins in 8 years.
First win by a woman: Riquette Thévand wins aboard Véga in 1944. Ms. Claude Bigar ranked second in 1940, at the helm of her husband’s boat, as he was called into service during the war.
The fastest multihull: Peter Leuenberger’s Triga IV in 5:01:50 in 1994.
The fastest mono-hull: Jean Psarofaghis’s Syz & Co in 8:09:33 in 2014.
Record of the longest gap between first and second place: 1973. René Luthi’s Toucan Sanssoucis finishes with 6:20 ahead of its pursuer, Toucan Fortune Carrée.
- Record of the shortest gap between first and second place : 2015. Sébastien Schneiter's D35 Team Tilt finishes with 18 seconds ahead of its pursuer D35 Alinghi.
Record of most consecutive wins: 4, by Ernesto Bertarelli’s Alinghi, between 2000 and 2003.
Records of participation: Overall participation record was 684 registered boats in 1990. 125 One Design Surprise boats registered in 2010.