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Athletes running the 60m hurdles at the BW Bank Meeting in Karlsruhe, 2010

60 metres hurdles is a distance in hurdling which is generally run in indoor competitions. It is equivalent with the first 60 metres including the first 5 hurdles of a standard outdoor hurdle race. The current women's and men's world records are 7.68 seconds (Susanna Kallur) and 7.30 seconds (Colin Jackson), respectively.

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Area recordsEdit

Indoor results only. Updated March 2018.

Area Men Women
Time Athlete Nation Time Athlete Nation
Africa 7.52 Shaun Bownes   South Africa 7.82 Glory Alozie   Nigeria
Asia 7.41 Liu Xiang   China 7.82 Olga Shishigina   Kazakhstan
Europe 7.30 Colin Jackson   United Kingdom 7.68 Susanna Kallur   Sweden
North, Central America and Caribbean 7.33 Dayron Robles   Cuba 7.70 Sharika Nelvis
Kendra Harrison
  United States
Oceania 7.73 Kyle Vander Kuyp   Australia 7.73 Sally Pearson   Australia
South America 7.60 Márcio de Souza   Brazil 8.08 Maíla Machado   Brazil

All-time top 25 menEdit

  • Last edited March 2019.[1]
  • A = affected by altitude
Rank Time Athlete Nation Date Place Ref
1 7.30 Colin Jackson   United Kingdom 6 March 1994 Sindelfingen
2 7.33 Dayron Robles   Cuba 8 February 2008 Düsseldorf
3 7.35 Grant Holloway   United States 9 March 2019 Birmingham [2]
4 7.36 Allen Johnson   United States 3 March 2004 Budapest
Terrence Trammell   United States 14 March 2010 Doha
7.36 [3] Greg Foster   United States 16 January 1987 Los Angeles
7 7.37 Roger Kingdom   United States 8 March 1989 Piraeus
Anier García   Cuba 9 February 2000 Piraeus
Tony Dees   United States 18 February 2000 Chemnitz
David Oliver   United States 5 February 2011 Stuttgart
11 7.38 Mark Crear   United States 8 March 1998 Sindelfingen
Reggie Torian   United States 27 February 1999 Atlanta
13 7.40 A Dexter Faulk   United States 25 February 2012 Albuquerque
7.40 [4] Yoel Hernández   Cuba 16 February 2000 Madrid
15 7.41 Mark McKoy   Canada 14 March 1993 Toronto
Courtney Hawkins   United States 12 March 1995 Barcelona
Falk Balzer   Germany 29 January 1999 Chemnitz
Liu Xiang   China 18 February 2012 Birmingham
Dimitri Bascou   France 13 February 2016 Berlin
Omar McLeod   Jamaica 20 March 2016 Portland
Daniel Roberts   United States 9 March 2019 Birmingham [5]
22 7.42 Igor Kazanovs   Latvia 25 February 1989 Moscow
Anthony Jarrett   Great Britain 19 February 1995 Liévin
Ladji Doucouré   France 26 February 2005 Liévin
25 7.43 Duane Ross   United States 28 February 1998 Atlanta
Andrew Pozzi   Great Britain 18 February 2017 Birmingham [6]
7.43 A Aries Merritt   United States 26 February 2012 Albuquerque
Jarret Eaton   United States 18 February 2018 Albuquerque [7]

NotesEdit

Below is a list of other times equal or superior to 7.39:

Note: Falk Balzer of Germany ran 7.34 with Colin Jackson second in 7.39 in 1999 in Stuttgart, but the race was annulled due to an uncalled false start by Balzer.

All-time top 25 womenEdit

  • Correct as of March 2018.[8]
Rank Time Athlete Nation Date Place Ref
1 7.68 Susanna Kallur   Sweden 10 February 2008 Karlsruhe
2 7.69 Ludmila Narozhilenko   Soviet Union 4 February 1990 Chelyabinsk
3 7.70 A Sharika Nelvis   United States 18 February 2018 Albuquerque [9]
7.70 Kendra Harrison   United States 3 March 2018 Birmingham [10]
5 7.72 Lolo Jones   United States 13 March 2010 Doha
6 7.73 Cornelia Oschkenat   East Germany 25 February 1989 Vienna
Sally Pearson   Australia 10 March 2012 Istanbul
7.73 A Christina Manning   United States 18 February 2018 Albuquerque [11]
9 7.74 Yordanka Donkova   Bulgaria 14 February 1987 Sofia
Michelle Freeman   Jamaica 3 February 1998 Madrid
Gail Devers   United States 1 March 2003 Boston
12 7.75 Bettine Jahn   East Germany 5 March 1983 Budapest
Perdita Felicien   Canada 7 March 2004 Budapest
14 7.76 Gloria Siebert   Germany 5 February 1988 Sindelfingen
Brianna Rollins   United States 12 March 2016 Portland
16 7.77 Zofia Bielczyk   Poland 1 March 1980 Sindelfingen
17 7.78 Brigita Bukovec   Slovenia 7 February 1999 Stuttgart
18 7.79 A Kellie Wells   United States 27 February 2011 Albuquerque
7.79 Pamela Dutkiewicz   Germany 18 February 2017 Leipzig [12]
20 7.80 Carolin Nytra   Germany 4 March 2011 Paris
Tiffany Porter   Great Britain
7.80 A Nia Ali   United States 23 February 2014 Albuquerque
23 7.81 Jackie Joyner-Kersee   United States 5 February 1989 Fairfax, VA
24 7.82 Yelizaveta Chernyshova   Russia 5 March 1989 Budapest
Monique Éwanjé-Épée   France 23 February 1991 Paris
Glory Alozie   Nigeria 16 February 1999 Madrid
Olga Shishigina   Kazakhstan 21 February 1999 Liévin
Linda Khodadin   France 7 March 2004 Budapest
Priscilla Lopes-Schliep   Canada 6 February 2010 Stuttgart
7.82 A Janay DeLoach   United States 23 February 2014 Albuquerque
7.82 [13] Kimberly Carson   United States 16 February 2000 Madrid

NotesEdit

Below is a list of other times equal or superior to 7.76:

World Indoor Championships medalistsEdit

MenEdit

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1985 Paris[A]
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  Stéphane Caristan (FRA)   Javier Moracho (ESP)   Jon Ridgeon (GBR)
1987 Indianapolis
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  Tonie Campbell (USA)   Stéphane Caristan (FRA)   Nigel Walker (GBR)
1989 Budapest
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  Roger Kingdom (USA)   Colin Jackson (GBR)   Igors Kazanovs (URS)
1991 Seville
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  Greg Foster (USA)   Igors Kazanovs (URS)   Mark McKoy (CAN)
1993 Toronto
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  Mark McKoy (CAN)   Colin Jackson (GBR)   Tony Dees (USA)
1995 Barcelona
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  Allen Johnson (USA)   Courtney Hawkins (USA)   Tony Jarrett (GBR)
1997 Paris
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  Anier García (CUB)   Colin Jackson (GBR)   Tony Dees (USA)
1999 Maebashi
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  Colin Jackson (GBR)   Reggie Torian (USA)   Falk Balzer (GER)
2001 Lisbon
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  Terrence Trammell (USA)   Anier García (CUB)   Shaun Bownes (RSA)
2003 Birmingham
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  Allen Johnson (USA)   Anier García (CUB)   Liu Xiang (CHN)
2004 Budapest
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  Allen Johnson (USA)   Liu Xiang (CHN)   Maurice Wignall (JAM)
2006 Moscow
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  Terrence Trammell (USA)   Dayron Robles (CUB)   Dominique Arnold (USA)
2008 Valencia
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  Liu Xiang (CHN)   Allen Johnson (USA)   Evgeniy Borisov (RUS)
  Staņislavs Olijars (LAT)
2010 Doha
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  Dayron Robles (CUB)   Terrence Trammell (USA)   David Oliver (USA)
2012 Istanbul
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  Aries Merritt (USA)   Liu Xiang (CHN)   Pascal Martinot-Lagarde (FRA)
2014 Sopot
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  Omo Osaghae (USA)   Pascal Martinot-Lagarde (FRA)   Garfield Darien (FRA)
2016 Portland
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  Omar McLeod (JAM)   Pascal Martinot-Lagarde (FRA)   Dimitri Bascou (FRA)
2018 Birmingham
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  Andrew Pozzi (GBR)   Jarret Eaton (USA)   Aurel Manga (FRA)

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  United States (USA)105419
2  Great Britain (GBR)2338
3  Cuba (CUB)2305
4  France (FRA)1348
5  China (CHN)1214
6  Canada (CAN)1012
  Jamaica (JAM)1012
8  Soviet Union (URS)0112
9  Spain (ESP)0101
10  Germany (GER)0011
  Latvia (LAT)0011
  Russia (RUS)0011
  South Africa (RSA)0011
Totals (13 nations)18181955

WomenEdit

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1985 Paris[A]
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  Xénia Siska (HUN)   Laurence Elloy (FRA)   Anne Piquereau (FRA)
1987 Indianapolis
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  Cornelia Oschkenat (GDR)   Yordanka Donkova (BUL)   Ginka Zagorcheva (BUL)
1989 Budapest
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  Yelizaveta Chernyshova (URS)   Ludmila Narozhilenko (URS)   Cornelia Oschkenat (GDR)
1991 Seville
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  Ludmila Narozhilenko (URS)   Monique Ewanje (FRA)   Aliuska López (CUB)
1993 Toronto
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  Julie Baumann (SUI)   LaVonna Martin (USA)   Patricia Girard-Léno (FRA)
1995 Barcelona
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  Aliuska López (CUB)   Olga Shishiginia (KAZ)   Brigita Bukovec (SLO)
1997 Paris
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  Michelle Freeman (JAM)   Gillian Russell (JAM)   Cheryl Dickey (USA)
1999 Maebashi
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  Olga Shishigina (KAZ)   Glory Alozie (NGR)   Keturah Anderson (CAN)
2001 Lisbon
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  Anjanette Kirkland (USA)   Michelle Freeman (JAM)   Nicole Ramalalanirina (FRA)
2003 Birmingham
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  Gail Devers (USA)   Glory Alozie (ESP)   Melissa Morrison (USA)
2004 Budapest
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  Perdita Felicien (CAN)   Gail Devers (USA)   Linda Ferga-Khodadin (FRA)
2006 Moscow
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  Derval O'Rourke (IRL)   Glory Alozie (ESP)   Susanna Kallur (SWE)
2008 Valencia
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  LoLo Jones (USA)   Candice Davis (USA)   Anay Tejeda (RUS)
2010 Doha
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  LoLo Jones (USA)   Perdita Felicien (CAN)   Priscilla Lopes-Schliep (CAN)
2012 Istanbul
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  Sally Pearson (AUS)   Tiffany Porter (GBR)   Alina Talay (BLR)
2014 Sopot
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  Nia Ali (USA)   Sally Pearson (AUS)   Tiffany Porter (GBR)
2016 Portland
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  Nia Ali (USA)   Brianna Rollins (USA)   Tiffany Porter (GBR)
2016 Portland
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  Kendra Harrison (USA)   Christina Manning (USA)   Nadine Visser (NED)
  • A Known as the World Indoor Games

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  United States (USA)75214
2  Soviet Union (URS)2103
3  Jamaica (JAM)1203
4  Canada (CAN)1124
5  Australia (AUS)1102
  Kazakhstan (KAZ)1102
7  Cuba (CUB)1012
  East Germany (GDR)1012
9  Hungary (HUN)1001
  Ireland (IRL)1001
   Switzerland (SUI)1001
12  France (FRA)0246
13  Spain (ESP)0202
14  Great Britain (GBR)0123
15  Bulgaria (BUL)0112
16  Nigeria (NGR)0101
17  Belarus (BLR)0011
  Netherlands (NED)0011
  Russia (RUS)0011
  Slovenia (SLO)0011
  Sweden (SWE)0011
Totals (21 nations)18181854

Season's bestsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "All-time men's best indoors 60m hurdles". alltime-athletics.com. 15 January 2017. Retrieved 23 January 2017.
  2. ^ "60m Hurdles Results". flashresults.com. 9 March 2019. Retrieved 10 March 2019.
  3. ^ Rolling start
  4. ^ Rolling start
  5. ^ "60m Hurdles Results". flashresults.com. 9 March 2019. Retrieved 10 March 2019.
  6. ^ "60m Hurdles Results" (PDF). British Athletics. 18 February 2017. Retrieved 18 February 2017.
  7. ^ Jon Hendershott (18 February 2018). "Coleman breaks world indoor 60m record at US Indoor Championships in Albuquerque". IAAF. Retrieved 20 February 2018.
  8. ^ "All-time women's best indoors 60m hurdles". alltime-athletics.com. 8 January 2017. Retrieved 23 January 2017.
  9. ^ Jon Hendershott (18 February 2018). "Coleman breaks world indoor 60m record at US Indoor Championships in Albuquerque". IAAF. Retrieved 20 February 2018.
  10. ^ "Women's 60m Hurdles Results" (PDF). IAAF. 3 March 2018. Retrieved 3 March 2018.
  11. ^ Jon Hendershott (18 February 2018). "Coleman breaks world indoor 60m record at US Indoor Championships in Albuquerque". IAAF. Retrieved 22 February 2018.
  12. ^ "German Indoor Championships 2017 – Day 1 Results" (PDF). Deutscher Leichtathletik-Verband. 18 February 2017. Retrieved 19 February 2017.
  13. ^ rolling start

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