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List of Estonian records in athletics

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The following are the national records in athletics in Estonia maintained by Estonia's national athletics federation: Eesti Kergejõustikuliit (EKJL).

Contents

OutdoorEdit

Key to tables:   Awaiting ratification   Record not kept by EKJL

+ = en route to a longer distance
ht = hand timing
# = not officially ratified by federation

MenEdit

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref Video
100 m 10.19 (+1.5 m/s) Marek Niit 31 March 2012 Arkansas Spring Invitational   Fayetteville, United States [1]
200 m 20.43 (+1.1 m/s) Marek Niit 9 June 2011 NCAA Division I Championships   Des Moines, United States [2]
300 m 32.24 Marek Niit 7 September 2014 Rieti Meeting   Rieti, Italy [3]
400 m 45.74 Marek Niit 12 August 2014 European Championships   Zürich, Switzerland [4]
800 m 1:45.87 Urmet Uusorg 10 June 1999   Helsinki, Finland
1000 m 2:20.49 Urmet Uusorg 23 May 1998   Florø, Norway
1500 m 3:38.59 Tiidrek Nurme 15 August 2008 Olympic Games   Beijing, China [5]
Mile 3:59.74 Tiidrek Nurme 9 August 2011 BIGBANK Kuldliiga   Viljandi, Estonia [6]
2000 m 5:06.02 Tiidrek Nurme 16 July 2008   Joensuu, Finland
3000 m 7:48.24 Tiidrek Nurme 11 July 2014 Morton Games   Dublin, Ireland [7]
5000 m 13:17.2 Enn Sellik 28 June 1976   Podolsk, Soviet Union
10000 m 27:40.61 Enn Sellik 29 August 1978 European Championships   Prague, Czechoslovakia
10 km (road) 28:58 # Toomas Turb 18 September 1983   Tallinn, Soviet Union [8]
One hour 19887 m + Lembit Virkus 14 September 1960   Tartu, Soviet Union
20 km (road) 1:00:22 Lembit Virkus 14 September 1960   Tartu, Soviet Union
Half marathon 1:03:00 Pavel Loskutov 5 May 2001   Gothenburg, Sweden
30 km (road) 1:36:26 Ants Nurmekivi 20 July 1970   Karksi-Nuia, Soviet Union
Marathon 2:08:53 Pavel Loskutov 7 April 2002 Paris Marathon   Paris, France
110 m hurdles 13.62 (0.0 m/s) Tarmo Jallai 13 May 2006   Xalapa, Mexico
200 m hurdles 23.0 Kalju Jurkatamm 28 August 1968   Riga, Soviet Union
400 m hurdles 48.40 Rasmus Mägi 18 August 2016 Olympic Games   Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [9]
3000 m steeplechase 8:28.84 Kaur Kivistik 7 August 2018 European Championships   Berlin, Germany [10]
High jump 2.30 m Marko Turban 5 June 1996   Rakvere, Estonia
Pole vault 5.86 m Valeri Bukrejev 3 July 1994   Somero, Finland
Long jump 8.10 m (+0.3 m/s) Erki Nool 27 May 1995 Hypo-Meeting   Götzis, Austria
Triple jump 17.35 m (−0.3 m/s) Jaak Uudmäe 25 July 1980 Olympic Games   Moscow, Soviet Union
Shot put 20.53 m Heino Sild 11 June 1979   Budapest, Hungary
20.76 m Kristo Galeta 21 July 2019 Eesti karikavõistlused   Pärnu, Estonia [11] [1]
Discus throw 73.38 m Gerd Kanter 4 September 2006   Helsingborg, Sweden
Hammer throw 84.40 m Jüri Tamm 9 September 1984   Banská Bystrica, Czechoslovakia
Javelin throw 89.75 m Magnus Kirt 13 July 2018 Diamond League   Rabat, Morocco [12] [2]
90.34 m Magnus Kirt 20 June 2019 Golden Spike Ostrava   Ostrava, Czech Republic [13] [3]
90.61 m Magnus Kirt 22 June 2019 Kuortane Games   Kuortane, Finland [14] [4]
Decathlon 8815 pts Erki Nool 6–7 August 2001 World Championships   Edmonton, Canada [15]
100m (wind) Long jump (wind) Shot put High jump 400m 110H (wind) Discus Pole vault Javelin 1500m
10.60 (+1.5 m/s) 7.63 m (+2.0 m/s) 14.90 m 2.03 m 46.23 14.40 (0.0 m/s) 43.40 m 5.40 m 67.01 m 4:29.58
10 km walk (road) 40:30 Vassili Matvejev 25 February 1984   Alushta, Soviet Union
20000 m walk (track) 1:27:21.0 Vassili Matvejev 7 September 1985   Tallinn, Soviet Union
20 km walk (road) 1:23:01 Vassili Matvejev 13 October 1985   Alushta, Soviet Union
30 km walk (road) 2:19:24 Arvo Orupõld 28 June 1980   Mõdriku, Soviet Union
50 km walk (road) 4:07:10 Olav Laiv 14 June 1975   Kohtla-Nõmme, Soviet Union
4 × 100 m relay 39.52   Estonia
Mart Muru
Rait Veesalu
Markus Ellisaar
Marek Niit
16 August 2014 European Championships   Zürich, Switzerland [16]
4 × 200 m relay 1:25.3   Estonian SSR
Gennadi Organov
Mihhail Urjadnikov
Gunnar Kirsipuu
Ramon Lindal
30 May 1981   Riga, Soviet Union
Swedish relay 1:54.39 Tartu Ülikooli ASK
Mikk Mihkel Nurges (100m)
Rasmus Mägi (200m)
Markus Ellisaar (300m)
Rivar Tipp (400 m)
3 June 2016   Kose, Estonia
4 × 400 m relay 3:06.07   Estonia
Rauno Künnapuu
Marek Niit
Rivar Tipp
Rasmus Mägi
21 June 2015 European Team Championships   Heraklion, Greece [17]
4 × 800 m relay 7:26.0   Estonian SSR
Mihkel Konsa
Ivar Hanvere
Andres Vakra
Gennadi Bezrodnov
2 June 1979   Vilnius, Soviet Union
4 × 1500 m relay 15:38.4   Estonian SSR
Raivo Võlli
Raivo Puurits
Vello Misler
Enn Sellik
7 June 1981   Tallinn, Soviet Union
Ekiden relay 2:09:59 Tartu Ülikooli ASK
Deniss Košelev
Tiidrek Nurme
Alexey Markov
Nikolai Vedehin
Kenny Kivikas
Allar Lamp
28 September 2013 Estonian Championships   Tallinn, Estonia

WomenEdit

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 11.35 (+1.3 m/s) Ksenija Balta 15 June 2014 Gustav Sule Memorial   Tartu, Estonia [18]
200 m 23.05 (+1.3 m/s) Ksenija Balta 1 July 2006 European Cup Combined Events   Arles, France
300 m 37.95 Maris Mägi 25 June 2010 BIGBANK Kuldliiga   Kohila, Estonia [19]
400 m 51.91 Egle Uljas 21 August 2004 Olympic Games   Athens, Greece [20]
800 m 2:02.1 Raissa Ruus 20 July 1972   Moscow, Soviet Union
1000 m 2:41.31 Liina Tšernov 17 August 2017 Sopot Grand Prix   Sopot, Poland [21]
1500 m 4:11.44 Liina Tšernov 19 June 2016 Brussels Grand Prix   Brussels, Belgium [22]
Mile 4:36.36 Liina Tšernov 18 August 2017 Nõmme seeriajooks   Tallinn, Estonia [23]
2000 m 5:56.8 Sirje Eichelmann 7 September 1988   Tallinn, Soviet Union
3000 m 8:55.75 Ille Kukk 8 September 1984   Donetsk, Soviet Union
5000 m 15:30.84 Ille Kukk 1 August 1985   Leningrad, Soviet Union
10000 m 32:47.86 Sirje Eichelmann 2 August 1988   Kiev, Soviet Union
10 km (road) 32:44 Jane Salumäe 20 May 1995   Karlstad, Sweden
15 km (road) 50:00 Jane Salumäe 21 May 1995   Helsingborg, Sweden
20 km (road) 1:11:48 Jane Salumäe 26 May 2002   Valencia, Spain
Half marathon 1:10:10 Jane Salumäe 27 March 1994 City-Pier-City Loop   The Hague, Netherlands
Marathon 2:27:04 Jane Salumäe 11 May 1997   Turin, Italy
100 m hurdles 12.93 (+0.9 m/s) Mirjam Liimask 17 July 2005 European U23 Championships   Erfurt, Germany
200 m hurdles 27.5 Saima Tiik 15 September 1974   Vilnius, Soviet Union
400 m hurdles 56.56 Maris Mägi 28 July 2013 Estonian Championships   Tallinn, Estonia [24]
2000 m steeplechase 6:48.8 Kelly Nevolihhin 10 July 2013 VAK Staieri seeriajooks   Viljandi, Estonia [25]
3000 m steeplechase 9:50.15 Jekaterina Patjuk 21 June 2014 European Team Championships   Tallinn, Estonia [26]
High jump 1.96 m Anna Iljuštšenko 9 August 2011 BIGBANK Kuldliiga   Viljandi, Estonia [27][28]
Pole vault 4.36 m Reena Koll 25 July 2018 Suvine Ülikooli Staadioni Teivashüppevõistlus   Tartu, Estonia [29][30]
Long jump 6.87 m (+0.1 m/s) Ksenija Balta 8 August 2010 ERGO World Games   Tallinn, Estonia [31]
Triple jump 14.43 m (+0.6 m/s) Kaire Leibak 17 August 2006 World Junior Championships   Beijing, China [32]
Shot put 18.03 m Veronika Minina 25 May 1980   Nokia, Finland
Discus throw 65.00 m Elju Kubi 26 August 1987   Tallinn, Soviet Union
66.42 m # [33] Anne Salak-Horina 1986 Heitjate seeriavõistlus   Tallinn, Soviet Union [34][35]
Hammer throw 69.68 m Anna Maria Orel 30 May 2018 Clean Air Games   Oslo, Norway [36]
69.85 m Anna Maria Orel 27 April 2019   Split, Croatia
Javelin throw 63.65 m Liina Laasma 22 May 2016 Meeting International Mohammed VI
d'Athlétisme de Rabat
  Rabat, Morocco [37]
Heptathlon 6280 pts Grit Šadeiko 27–28 May 2017 Hypo-Meeting   Götzis, Austria [38]
100m H (wind) High jump Shot put 200m (wind) Long jump (wind) Javelin 800m
13.31 (+1.2 m/s) 1.74 m 13.89 m 24.69 (-1.8 m/s) 6.17 m (-0.2 m/s) 48.35 m 2:16.86
Decathlon 6732 pts Kristella Jurkatamm 14–15 July 2018 Naiste kümnevõistlus Multiprojekti auhindadele   Kohila, Estonia [39]
100m (wind) Discus Pole vault Javelin 400m 100H (wind) Long jump (wind) Shot put High jump 1500m
12.91 (-1.6 m/s) 31.87 m 2.64 m 41.87 m 58.90 14.67 (-1.7 m/s) 5.65 m (+2.9 m/s) 11.29 m 1.62 m 5:45.10
5000 m walk (track) 22:52.44 Jekaterina Mirotvortseva 15 June 2019 Baltic Team Championships   Ogre, Latvia
22:46.71 Jekaterina Mirotvortseva 27 June 2019 Estonian U18 Championships   Rakvere, Estonia [40]
22:26.01 Jekaterina Mirotvortseva 26 July 2019 European Youth Summer Olympic Festival   Baku, Azerbaijan [41]
5 km walk (road) 23.51 Jekaterina Mirotvortseva 27 April 2019 Baltic Team U20 Race Walking Championships   Birstonas, Lithuania
10000 m walk (track) 49:18.18 Jekaterina Jutkina 24 July 2003   Tampere, Finland
10 km walk (road) 48:05 Jekaterina Mirotvortseva 19 May 2019 European Race Walking Cup   Alytus, Lithuania [42]
20 km walk (road) 1:43:54 Jekaterina Jutkina 2 May 2004   Naumburg, Germany
4 × 100 m relay 44.75   Estonia
Grit Šadeiko
Diana Suumann
Maarja Kalev
Ksenija Balta
21 June 2014 European Team Championships   Tallinn, Estonia [43]
44.71   Estonia
Õilme Võro
Kreete Verlin
Karoli Käärt
Ksenija Balta
10 August 2019 European Team Championships   Varaždin, Croatia [44]
4 × 200 m relay 1:38.5   Estonian SSR
Silva Oja
Taimi Loov
Kaie Kivi
Aili Alliksoo
29 July 1979   Moscow, Soviet Union
Swedish relay 2:10.50 Tartu Ülikooli ASK
Mirjam Liimask
Sirkka-Liisa Kivine
Jekaterina Duman
Maris Mägi
15 May 2007   Tallinn, Estonia
4 × 400 m relay 3:36.82   Estonia
Jekaterina Duman
Kristi Kiirats
Egle Uljas
Maris Mägi
24 June 2007 European Cup   Odense, Denmark
4 × 800 m relay 8:46.5   Estonian SSR
Lea Griffel
Maie Kalle
Ille Kukk
Tatjana Filippova
18 September 1978   Tbilisi, Soviet Union
Ekiden relay 2:30:46 Tartu Ülikooli ASK
Keiti Mets
Jekaterina Patjuk
Egle Mätas
Liina Luik
Leila Luik
Lily Luik
28 September 2013 Estonian Championships   Tallinn, Estonia

IndoorEdit

MenEdit

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref Video
50 m 5.82 Argo Golberg 5 March 2003 Jumping Gala   Tallinn, Estonia
60 m 6.71 Argo Golberg 22 February 2003 Estonian Championships   Tallinn, Estonia
6.4 (ht) Enn Lilienthal 21 February 1988 [45]   Moscow, Soviet Union
100 m 10.63 Gennadi Organov 12 February 1979   Minsk, Soviet Union
200 m 20.63 Marek Niit 15 February 2014 Tyson Invitational   Fayetteville, United States [46]
300 m 33.62 Rasmus Mägi 29 January 2012 Eesti talvised noorsoo ja juunioride MV   Tallinn, Estonia [47]
400 m 45.99 Marek Niit 26 February 2011 SEC Championships   Fayetteville, United States [48][49]
600 m 1:17.58 Urmet Uusorg 24 January 1998   Stange, Norway
800 m 1:49.33 Raivo Mägi 14 February 1987   Moscow, Soviet Union
1000 m 2:21.87 Marko Metsala 17 February 2000 GE Galan   Stockholm, Sweden
1500 m 3:44.34 Andi Noot 24 January 2017 Tartu Championships   Tartu, Estonia [50]
Mile 4:02.42 Andi Noot 28 December 2016 TÜ ASK aastalõpu teivashüppevõistlus   Tartu, Estonia [51]
2000 m 5:07.22 Andi Noot 17 December 2016 Olümpiavõitja Jaak Uudmäe auhinnavõistlused   Tartu, Estonia [52]
3000 m 7:55.37 Tiidrek Nurme 10 February 2010 GE Galan   Stockholm, Sweden [53]
5000 m 13:54.2 Enn Sellik 19 February 1975   Leningrad, Soviet Union
50 m hurdles 6.73 Rene Oruman 28 February 2008 Kuressaare Gala   Kuressaare, Estonia
55 m hurdles 7.28 Tarmo Jallai 21 January 2005   Lubbock, United States
60 m hurdles 7.76 Tarmo Jallai 11 February 2006   Houston, United States
110 m hurdles 14.18 Tarmo Jallai 12 February 2001   Tampere, Finland
2000 m steeplechase 5:25.45 Mati Uusmaa 2 February 1986   Moscow, Soviet Union
High jump 2.27 m Marko Aleksejev 15 February 2004 Estonian Championships   Tallinn, Estonia
Pole vault 5.65 m Valeri Bukrejev 5 March 1995   Kuopio, Finland
10 March 1995 World Championships   Barcelona, Spain
Long jump 8.05 m Tõnu Lepik 15 March 1970   Vienna, Austria
Triple jump 17.10 m Jaak Uudmäe 12 February 1979   Minsk, Soviet Union
Shot put 19.87 m Heino Sild 22 February 1979   Voroshilovgrad, Soviet Union
Discus throw 69.51 m WB Gerd Kanter 22 March 2009 World Record Indoor Challenge   Växjö, Sweden [54] [5]
Heptathlon 6374 pts Erki Nool 6–7 March 1999 World Championships   Maebashi, Japan
60m Long jump Shot put High jump 60H Pole vault 1000m
6.83 7.80 m 14.87 1.93 m 8.16 5.50 m 2:38.62
5000 m walk 20:17.4 Vassili Matvejev 7 February 1982   Moscow, Soviet Union
10000 m walk 41:50.4 Vassili Matvejev 2 March 1982   Minsk, Soviet Union
4 × 200 m relay 1:25.52   Estonia
Marek Niit
Henri Sool
Ahti Michelson
Martin Vihmann
19 February 2005 Baltic match   Tallinn, Estonia
4 × 400 m relay 3:14.81 Audentese SK
Sten Ander Sepp
Karl Erik Nazarov
Erik Jagor
Tony Nõu
18 February 2018 Estonian Championships   Tallinn, Estonia [55]

WomenEdit

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref Video
50 m 6.35 Ksenija Balta 28 February 2008 Kuressaare Gala   Kuressaare, Estonia
60 m 7.29 Ksenija Balta 27 February 2016 Estonian Championships   Tallinn, Estonia [56]
100 m 11.82 Katrin Käärt 4 February 2002   Tampere, Finland
200 m 23.61 Katrin Käärt 1 March 2002 European Championships   Vienna, Austria
300 m 38.51 Maris Mägi 26 January 2008 Estonian U23 Championships   Tallinn, Estonia
400 m 52.98 Maris Mägi 23 January 2010 ASVÖ Vienna Indoor Gala   Vienna, Austria [57][58]
600 m 1:28.42 Egle Uljas 17 February 2006   Lincoln, United States
800 m 2:04.39 Egle Uljas 20 February 2007 BIG Kuldliiga   Võru, Estonia
1000 m 2:44.51 Egle Uljas 2 February 2007 Tallinn Championships   Tallinn, Estonia [59]
1500 m 4:19.12 Maile Mangusson 15 February 2001 GE Galan   Stockholm, Sweden
2000 m 6:02.4 Ille Kukk 11 February 1983   Tallinn, Soviet Union
3000 m 9:07.1 Ille Kukk 3 February 1985   Moscow, Soviet Union
5000 m 17:11.8 Kadri Kelve 14 February 2003   Lincoln, United States
50 m hurdles 7.09 Mirjam Liimask 20 February 2008 BIG Kuldliiga   Tartu, Estonia
55 m hurdles 7.72 Anu Kaljurand 29 February 1992   Colorado Springs, United States [60]
60 m hurdles 8.16 Ksenija Balta 20 January 2010 BIGBANK Kuldliiga   Tallinn, Estonia [61]
100 m hurdles 13.78 Kertu Tiitso 10 February 1997   Tampere, Finland
High jump 1.94 m Anna Iljuštšenko 2 February 2013 Hochsprung mit Musik   Arnstadt, Germany [62]
Pole vault 4.31 m Reena Koll 9 February 2016 Martin Kutman Memorial   Tartu, Estonia [63]
Long jump 6.87 m Ksenija Balta 7 March 2009 European Championships   Turin, Italy [64] [6]
Triple jump 14.26 m Kaire Leibak 9 February 2008 Estonian Championships   Tartu, Estonia
Shot put 17.66 m Rimma Plistkina 9 February 1975   Tallinn, Soviet Union
Discus throw 44.96 m Kätlin Tõllasson 10 March 2012 World Indoor Throwing   Växjö, Sweden [65]
Pentathlon 4580 pts Kaie Kand 8 February 2009 Reval Hotels Cup   Tallinn, Estonia
8.59 (60 m hurdles), 1.78 (high jump), 13.52 (shot put), 6.23 (long jump), 2:11.23 (800 m)
3000 m walk 13:49.43 Jekaterina Mirotvortseva 17 February 2019   Tallinn, Estonia
13:35.0 # Jekaterina Mirotvortseva 13 January 2018 Kohtla-Järve lahtised kergejõustiku võistlused   Ahtme, Estonia [66]
5000 m walk 24:06.28 Jekaterina Mirotvortseva 25 February 2019   Minsk, Belarus
4 × 200 m relay 1:39.39   Estonia
Liis Laanesaar
Hege Mardiste
Kadri Kuub
Maris Mägi
19 February 2005 Baltic match   Tallinn, Estonia
4 × 400 m relay 3:48.75 Tartu Ülikooli ASK
Liis Roose
Karmen Veerme
Grit Šadeiko
Maris Mägi
22 February 2015 Estonian Championships   Tallinn, Estonia [67]

MixedEdit

Event Record Team Date Meet Place Ref
Ekiden relay 2:24.44 Sparta SS
Ats Sõnajalg
Olga Andrejeva
Katrina Stepanova
Roman Fosti
Brit Rammul
Roman Hvalõnski
20 April 2019 Estonian Ekiden Championships   Tallinn, Estonia [68]
4 × 400 m relay 3:24.11   Estonia
Liis Roose
Jaak-Heinrich Jagor
Marek Niit
Helin Meier
25 June 2019 European Games   Minsk, Belarus

See alsoEdit

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