List of European under-20 records in athletics

European junior records in the sport of athletics are ratified by the European Athletics Association (EAA). Athletics records comprise the best performance of an athlete before the year of their 20th birthday. Technically, in all under-20 age divisions, the age is calculated "on December 31 of the year of competition"[1] to avoid age group switching during a competitive season.

OutdoorEdit

Key:   Awaiting ratification   Record not kept by EAA   not ratified or later rescinded by EAA

ht = hand timing
X = unratified due to inadequate doping control
mx = mixed race
OT = oversized track (> 200m in circumference)

MenEdit

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Age Ref Video
100 m 10.04 Christophe Lemaitre   France 24 July 2009 European Junior Championships   Novi Sad, Serbia 19 years, 43 days [2]
200 m 20.04 Ramil Guliyev   Azerbaijan 10 July 2009 World University Games   Belgrade, Serbia 19 years, 42 days [2]
400 m 45.01 Thomas Schönlebe   East Germany 15 July 1984   Berlin, Germany 18 years, 344 days [2]
800 m 1:45.45 Andreas Busse   East Germany 7 June 1978 Golden Spike Ostrava   Ostrava, Cechoslovakia 19 years, 32 days
1:45.36 Max Burgin   Great Britain 23 June 2019 England Championships   Bedford, United Kingdom 17 years, 34 days [3]
1:44.33 Yuriy Borzakovskiy   Russia 25 September 2000 Olympic Games   Sydney, Australia 19 years, 166 days
1000 m 2:18.31 Andreas Busse   East Germany 7 August 1977   Dresden, East Germany 18 years, 93 days
2:17.40 Yuriy Borzakovskiy   Russia 8 July 2000   Nice, France 19 years, 87 days
1500 m 3:31.18 Jakob Ingebrigtsen   Norway 20 July 2018 Herculis   Fontvieille, Monaco 17 years, 304 days
3:30.16 Jakob Ingebrigtsen   Norway 5 July 2019 Athletissima   Lausanne, Switzerland 18 years, 289 days [4]
Mile 3:52.28 Jakob Ingebrigtsen   Norway 26 May 2018 Prefontaine Classic   Eugene, United States 17 years, 249 days [5]
3:51.30 Jakob Ingebrigtsen   Norway 30 June 2019 Prefontaine Classic   Palo Alto, United States 18 years, 284 days [6][7]
3000 m 7:43.20 Ari Paunonen   Finland 22 June 1977 Weltklasse in Köln   Cologne, Germany 19 years, 104 days [2]
5000 m 13:17.06 Jakob Ingebrigtsen   Norway 11 August 2018 European Championships   Berlin, Germany 17 years, 326 days [8]
13:02.03 Jakob Ingebrigtsen   Norway 20 July 2019 Diamond League   London, United Kingdom 18 years, 304 days [9]
10000 m 28:22.48 Christian Leuprecht   Italy 4 September 1990   Koblenz, Germany 19 years, 99 days [2]
110 m hurdles (99.0 cm) 12.99 (+0.5 m/s) Wilhem Belocian   France 24 July 2014 World Junior Championships   Eugene, United States 19 years, 29 days [10]
110 m hurdles 13.44 (-0.8 m/s) Colin Jackson   Great Britain 19 July 1986 World Junior Championships   Athens, Greece 19 years, 151 days [2]
400 m hurdles 48.74 Vladimir Budko   Belarus 18 August 1984   Moscow, Russia 19 years, 196 days [2]
2000 m steeplechase 5:25.01 Arsenios Tsiminos   Greece 2 October 1980   Athens, Greece 19 years, 257 days
3000 m steeplechase 8:29.50 Ralf Pönitzsch   East Germany 19 August 1976   Warsaw, Poland 18 years, 304 days [2]
8:26.81 Jakob Ingebrigtsen   Norway 8 July 2017 Guldensporen Meeting   Kortrijk, Belgium 16 years, 292 days [11]
High jump 2.37 m Dragutin Topic   Yugoslavia 12 August 1990 World Junior Championships   Plovdiv, Bulgaria 19 years, 153 days [2]
Steve Smith   Great Britain 20 September 1992 World Junior Championships   Seoul, South Korea 19 years, 175 days [2]
Pole vault 6.05 m Armand Duplantis   Sweden 12 August 2018 European Championships   Berlin, Germany 18 years, 275 days [12]
Long jump 8.35 m (+1.1 m/s) Sergey Morgunov   Russia 20 June 2012 Russian Junior Championships   Cheboksary, Russia 19 years, 132 days [2]
Triple jump 17.50 m (+0.3 m/s) Volker Mai   East Germany 23 June 1985   Erfurt, Germany 19 years, 51 days [2]
Shot put (6 kg) 22.73 m David Storl   Germany 14 July 2009   Osterode am Harz, Germany 18 years, 352 days [2] [1]
22.94 m Konrad Bukowiecki   Poland 1 May 2016 Hanžeković Memorial   Szczytna, Poland 19 years, 45 days [13]
23.34 m X [14] Konrad Bukowiecki   Poland 19 July 2016 World U20 Championships   Bydgoszcz, Poland 19 years, 124 days [15]
Shot put 21.14 m Konrad Bukowiecki   Poland 9 June 2016 Bislett Games   Oslo, Norway 19 years, 84 days [16]
Discus throw (1.75 kg) 70.13 m Mykyta Nesterenko   Ukraine 24 May 2008   Halle (Saale), Germany 17 years, 39 days [2]
Discus throw 65.31 m Mykyta Nesterenko   Ukraine 3 June 2008   Tallinn, Estonia 17 years, 49 days [2]
Hammer throw (6 kg) 84.73 m Mykhaylo Kokhan   Ukraine 19 July 2019 European U20 Championships   Borås, Sweden 18 years, 178 days [17]
Hammer throw 78.33 m Olli-Pekka Karjalainen   Finland 5 August 1999   Seinäjoki, Finland 19 years, 151 days [2]
Javelin throw 84.69 m Zigismunds Sirmais   Latvia 22 June 2011   Bauska, Latvia 19 years, 47 days [2]
Decathlon
(Senior implements)
8397 pts Torsten Voss   East Germany 7 July 1982 German Championships   Erfurt, Germany 19 years, 45 days [2]
10.76 (100m), 7.66m (long jump), 14.41m (shot put), 2.09m (high jump), 48.37 (400m),
14.37 (110m hurdles), 41.76m (discus), 4.80m (pole vault), 62.90m (javelin), 4:34.04 (1500m)
Decathlon
(6 kg shot,
1.75 kg discus,
99 cm hurdles)
8135 pts Jiří Sýkora   Czech Republic 22–23 July 2014 World Junior Championships   Eugene, United States 19 years, 183 days [18]
10.92 (+0.5 m/s) (100 m), 7.35 m (+2.0 m/s) (long jump), 15.50 m (shot put/6 kg), 1.94 m (high jump), 49.00 (400 m) /
14.23 (-0.1 m/s) (110 m hurdles/0.99 m), 48.55 m (discus/1.750 kg), 4.40 m (pole vault), 60.56 m (javelin), 4:42.10 (1500 m)
8162 pts Niklas Kaul   Germany 19–20 July 2016 World U20 Championships   Bydgoszcz, Poland 18 years, 160 days [19]
100m (wind) Long jump (wind) Shot put High jump 400m 110H (wind) Discus Pole vault Javelin 1500m
11.52 +0.8 6.79m -1.9 14.80m
(6 kg)
2.10m 49.69 14.72 +0.9
(0.99 m)
41.80m
(1.750 kg)
4.80m 71.59m 4:21.70
8435 pts Niklas Kaul   Germany 22–23 July 2017 European U20 Championships   Grosseto, Italy 19 years, 162 days [20]
100m (wind) Long jump (wind) Shot put High jump 400m 110H (wind) Discus Pole vault Javelin 1500m
11.48 (-1.3 m/s) 7.20 m (+1.6 m/s) 15.37 m 2.05 m 48.42 14.55 (-0.2 m/s) 48.49 m 4.70 m 68.05 m 4:15.52
10000 m walk (track) 38:46.4 (ht) Viktor Burayev   Russia 19 May 2000   Moscow, Russia 17 years, 270 days [2]
10 km walk (road) 38:28 Stanislav Yemelyanov   Russia 19 September 2009   Saransk, Russia 18 years, 331 days [2]
20 km walk (road) 1:17:25 Sergey Shirobokov   Russia 9 June 2018 Russian Race Walking Championships   Cheboksary, Russia 19 years, 113 days [21]
4 × 100 m relay 39.13 Roger Gurski
Thomas Barthel
Niels Torben Giese
Manuel Eitel
  Germany 23 July 2016 World U20 Championships   Bydgoszcz, Poland [22]
4 × 400 m relay 3:04.05 Klaudio Gjetja
Andrea Romani
Alessandro Sibilio
Edoardo Scotti
  Italy 15 July 2018 World U20 Championships   Tampere, Finland [23] [2]

WomenEdit

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Age Ref
100m 10.88 (+2.0 m/s) Marlies Göhr   East Germany 1 July 1977   Dresden, Germany 19 years, 102 days [24]
200m 22.19 (+1.5 m/s) Natalya Bochina   Soviet Union 30 July 1980 Olympic Games   Moscow, Russia 18 years, 208 days [24]
400m 49.42 Grit Breuer   Germany 27 August 1991 World Championships   Tokyo, Japan 19 years, 192 days [24]
800m 1:57.45 Hildegard Ullrich   East Germany 31 August 1978 European Championships   Prague, Czech Republic 18 years, 254 days [24]
1000m 2:35.4 Irina Nikitina   Soviet Union 5 August 1979   Podolsk, Soviet Union 18 years, 50 days [24]
Katrin Wühn   East Germany 12 July 1984   Potsdam, Germany 18 years, 236 days [24]
1500m 3:59.96 Zola Budd   Great Britain 30 August 1985 Memorial Van Damme   Brussels, Belgium 19 years, 96 days
Mile 4:17.57 Zola Budd   Great Britain 21 August 1985 Weltklasse Zürich   Zürich, Switzerland 19 years, 87 days [24]
3000m 8:28.83 Zola Budd   Great Britain 7 September 1985 Golden Gala   Rome, Italy 19 years, 104 days [24]
5000m 14:48.07 Zola Budd   Great Britain 26 August 1985   London, United Kingdom 19 years, 92 days [24]
10000m 31:40.42 Annemari Sandell-Hyvärinen   Finland 27 July 1996 Olympic Games   Atlanta, United States 19 years, 207 days [24]
100m hurdles 12.85 (+2.0 m/s) Elvira Herman   Belarus 24 July 2016 World U20 Championships   Bydgoszcz, Poland 19 years, 35 days [25]
400m hurdles 55.26 Ionela Tîrlea   Romania 12 July 1995   Nice, France 19 years, 153 days
2000m steeplechase 6:19.55 Oona Kettunen   Finland 13 July 2013   Kotka, Finland 19 years, 153 days
3000m steeplechase 9:32.74 Gesa-Felicitas Krause   Germany 30 August 2011 World Championships   Daegu, South Korea 19 years, 27 days [24]
9:32.68 Anna Emilie Møller   Denmark 13 August 2016 Olympic Games   Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 19 years, 16 days [26]
High jump 2.01 m Olga Turchak   Soviet Union 7 July 1986   Moscow, Russia 19 years, 124 days [24]
Heike Balck   East Germany 18 June 1989   Karl-Marx-Stadt, Germany 18 years, 303 days [24]
2.04 m Yaroslava Mahuchikh   Ukraine 30 September 2019 World Championships Doha, Qatar 18 years, 11 days [27]
Pole vault 4.61 m Alayna Lutkovskaya   Russia 21 May 2015 Irkutsk Region Championships   Irkutsk, Russia 19 years, 67 days [28]
Long jump 7.14 m (+1.1 m/s) Heike Drechsler   East Germany 4 June 1983   Bratislava, Czechoslovakia 18 years, 172 days [24]
Triple jump 14.62 m (+1.0 m/s) Tereza Marinova   Bulgaria 25 August 1996 World Junior Championships   Sydney, Australia 18 years, 355 days [24]
Shot put 20.54 m Astrid Kumbernuss   East Germany 1 July 1989   Orimattila, Finland 19 years, 146 days [24]
Discus throw 74.40 m Ilke Wyludda   East Germany 13 September 1988   Berlin, Germany 19 years, 169 days [24]
Hammer throw 71.71 m Kamila Skolimowska   Poland 9 September 2001   Melbourne, Australia 18 years, 309 days [24]
Javelin throw 63.01 m Vira Rebryk   Ukraine 10 July 2008 World Junior Championships   Bydgoszcz, Poland 19 years, 136 days [24]
Heptathlon 6542 Carolina Klüft   Sweden 10 August 2002 European Championships   München, Germany 19 years, 189 days [24]
13.33 (100m hurdles), 1.89m (high jump), 13.16m (shot put), 23.71 (200m), 6.36m (long jump), 47.61m (javelin), 2:17.99 (800m)
5000 m walk (track) 20:28.05 Tatyana Kalmykova   Russia 12 July 2007 World Youth Championships   Ostrava, Czech Republic 17 years, 183 days
10000 m walk (track) 42:47.25 Anežka Drahotová   Czech Republic 23 July 2014 World Junior Championships   Eugene, United States 19 years, 1 day [29]
42:43 (ht) # Svetlana Vasilyeva   Russia 27 February 2011 Russian Winter Walking Championships   Sochi, Russia 18 years, 218 days [30]
10 km walk (road) 42:44 Tatyana Kalmykova   Russia 23 February 2008   Adler, Russia 18 years, 44 days
4 × 100 m relay 43.27 Katrin Fehm
Keshia Kwadwo
Sophia Junk
Jennifer Montag
  Germany 23 July 2017 European U20 Championships   Grosseto, Italy [31]
4 × 400 m relay 3:28.39 Derr
Fabert
Woehlk
Grit Breuer
  East Germany 31 July 1988 World Junior Championships   Sudbury, Canada [2]

IndoorEdit

MenEdit

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Age Ref
60 m 6.51 Mark Lewis-Francis   Great Britain 11 March 2001 World Championships   Lisbon, Portugal 18 years, 188 days
200 m 21.04 Onyema Adigida   Netherlands 11 February 2018   Apeldoorn, Netherlands 18 years, 35 days
20.99 Pol Retamal   Spain 20 January 2018 Spanish Junior Championships   Ourense, Spain 18 years, 352 days [32]
20.57 Ralf Lubke   West Germany 11 February 1984   Stuttgart, Germany 18 years, 239 days
400 m 46.87 Kevin Borlée   Belgium 19 February 2006   Ghent, Belgium 17 years, 362 days
46.78 Marvin Schlegel   Germany 19 February 2017 German Championships   Leipzig, Germany 19 years, 48 days [33]
46.62 Timofey Chally   Russia 12 February 2018 Russian Championships   Moscow, Russia 18 years, 51 days [34]
46.39 Thomas Schönlebe   East Germany 2 February 1984   Vienna, Austria 18 years, 182 days
800 m 1:48.39 Bram Som   Netherlands 23 January 1999   The Hague, Netherlands 18 years, 337 days
1:47.85 Andreas Kramer   Sweden 17 February 2016 Globen Galan   Stockolm, Sweden 18 years, 310 days [35]
1:44.35 Yuriy Borzakovskiy   Russia 30 January 2000   Dortmund, Germany 18 years, 293 days [36]
1000 m 2:22.98 Nils Schumann   Germany 5 February 1997   Erfurt, Germany 18 years, 261 days
2:20.36 David Sharpe   Great Britain 6 March 1986   Cosford, United Kingdom 18 years, 243 days
1500 m 3:36.02 Jakob Ingebrigtsen   Norway 20 February 2019 PSD Bank Meeting   Düsseldorf, Germany 18 years, 154 days [37]
Mile 4:03.88 Lukas Verzbicas   Lithuania 5 February 2011   Boston, United States 18 years, 30 days
4:02.34 Robbie Farnham-Rose   Great Britain 24 February 2013   Fayetteville, United States 19 years, 50 days
3000 m 7:51.20 Jakob Ingebrigtsen   Norway 1 March 2019 European Championships   Glasgow, United Kingdom 18 years, 163 days [38]
5000 m 14:06.78 Lukas Verzbicas   Lithuania 11 March 2011   New York City, United States 18 years, 64 days
13:42.8 Leonid Shonskiy   Soviet Union 9 March 1977   Voroshilovgrad, Ukraine 18 years, 67 days
60 m hurdles 7.67 Frank Busemann   Germany 12 March 1994 European Championships   Paris, France 19 years, 14 days
60 m hurdles
(99/100 cm)
7.50 David Omoregie   Great Britain 9 March 2014   Cardiff, United Kingdom 18 years, 128 days
Konstadinos Douvalidis   Greece 11 February 2006   Athens, Greece 18 years, 338 days
7.48 Wilhem Belocian   France 9 March 2014   Val-de-Reuil, France 18 years, 260 days
300 m hurdles 35.93 OT Petteri Pulkkinen   Finland 19 February 1992 Finnish Championships   Tampere, Finland [39]
High jump 2.28 m Aleksey Dmitrik   Russia 26 January 2003   Samara, Russia 18 years, 289 days
2.31 m [a] Danyil Lysenko   Russia 29 January 2016   Moscow, Russia 18 years, 255 days [40]
2.35 m Vladimir Yashchenko   Soviet Union 12 March 1978 European Championships   Milan, Italy 19 years, 59 days [41]
Pole vault 5.88 m Armand Duplantis   Sweden 25 February 2018 All Star Perche   Clermont-Ferrand, France 18 years, 107 days [42]
Long jump
8.03 m [b] Max Heß   Germany 17 January 2015 Sächsische Hallenmeisterschaften   Chemnitz, Germany 18 years, 188 days [43]
7.89 m Robert Emmiyan   Armenia 4 March 1984 European Championships   Gothenburg, Sweden 19 years, 17 days
8.22 m Viktor Kuznyetsov   Ukraine 22 January 2005   Brovary, Ukraine 18 years, 189 days
Triple jump 17.20 m Melvin Raffin   France 3 March 2017 European Championships   Belgrade, Serbia 18 years, 206 days [44]
Shot put 20.61 m Konrad Bukowiecki   Poland 26 February 2016 Villa de Madrid   Madrid, Spain 18 years, 346 days [45]
Shot put (6 kg) 22.48 m Konrad Bukowiecki   Poland 8 January 2016   Toruń, Poland 18 years, 297 days [46]
22.96 m [c] Konrad Bukowiecki   Poland 29 December 2016   Spała, Poland 19 years, 287 days [47]
Heptathlon 5953 pts Michael Kohnle   Germany 25 February 1989   Stadtallendorf, Germany 18 years, 298 days
6.96 (60 m), 7.23 m (long jump), 14.89 m (shot put), 2.06 m (high jump) / 8.14 (60 m hurdles), 4.50 m (pole vault), 2:49.00 (1000 m)
Heptathlon (junior) 5862 pts Ondřej Kopecký   Czech Republic 11–12 February 2017   Prague, Czech Republic 18 years, 272 days
60m Long jump Shot put High jump 60m H Pole vault 1000m
7.12 7.08 m 14.67 m 1.96 m 8.02 4.90 m 2:47.07
5877 pts [d] Hans-Christian Hausenberg   Estonia 24–25 February 2017 Estonian Junior Championships   Tallinn, Estonia 18 years, 150 days
60m Long jump Shot put High jump 60m H Pole vault 1000m
6.91 7.44 m 14.42 m 1.96 m 7.97 4.97 m 3:03.48
5984 pts [e] Eusebio Caceres   Spain 7 March 2010   San Sebastián, Spain 18 years, 178 days
6.84 (60m), 7.96m (long jump), 13.19m (shot put, 6kg), 1.96m (high jump) / 7.90 (60m hurdles, 99/100cm), 4.60m (pole vault), 2:51.42 (1000m)
5000m walk 18:51.9 (ht) Vasiliy Mizinov   Russia 6 January 2016 Rodionova Race Walking Memorial   Chelyabinsk, Russia 18 years, 8 days [48]
4 × 400 m relay

WomenEdit

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Age Ref
60 m 7.07 Ewa Swoboda   Poland 12 February 2016 Copernicus Cup   Toruń, Poland 18 years, 201 days [49]
200 m 23.15 Dina Asher-Smith   Great Britain 2 March 2014 England Age Group Championships   Sheffield, United Kingdom 18 years, 88 days [50]
22.58 Grit Breuer   East Germany 10 March 1991 World Indoor Championships   Seville, Spain 19 years, 22 days
400 m 52.37 Ella Räsänen   Finland 1 March 2013 European Indoor Championships   Gothenburg, Sweden 19 years, 33 days
52.32 Natalya Bochina   Soviet Union 22 February 1981 European Indoor Championships   Grenoble, France 19 years, 49 days
800 m 2:01.56 Aníta Hinriksdóttir   Iceland 6 March 2015 European Championships   Prague, Czech Republic 18 years, 6 days [51]
2:00.7 OT Katrin Wühn   East Germany 7 January 1984   Senftenberg, Germany 18 years, 49 days
2:00.7 OT Christine Wachtel   East Germany 22 January 1984   Senftenberg, Germany 19 years, 16 days
1000 m 2:41.79 Delia Sclabas    Switzerland 24 February 2019 Swiss U20 Championships   Magglingen, Switzerland 18 years, 108 days [52]
2:38.57 OT Katrin Wühn   East Germany 14 January 1984   Berlin, Germany 18 years, 56 days
1500 m 4:08.38 Konstanze Klosterhalfen   Germany 6 February 2016 Weltklasse in Karlsruhe   Karlsruhe, Germany 18 years, 353 days [53]
3000 m 8:56.36 Konstanze Klosterhalfen   Germany 28 February 2016 German Championships   Leipzig, Germany 19 years, 10 days [54]
8:49.65 Layes Abdullayeva   Azerbaijan 12 March 2010 World Indoor Championships   Doha, Qatar 18 years, 287 days
5000 m 16:27.69 Yuliya Stashkiv   Ukraine 14 February 2003   Fayetteville, Arkansas 19 years, 6 days
15:41.00 Sarah Collins   Ireland 7 December 2013 Boston University Season Opener   Boston, United States 19 years, 83 days [55]
60 m hurdles 8.00 Klaudia Siciarz   Poland 18 February 2017 Polish Championships   Toruń, Poland 18 years, 340 days [56]
300 m hurdles 41.19 OT Annika Kumlin   Finland 18 February 1996   Kuopio, Finland [39]
High jump 1.99 m Yaroslava Mahuchikh   Ukraine 26 January 2019 Miroslava Hubnerova Memorial   Hustopeče, Czech Republic 17 years, 129 days [57]
2.01 m Yaroslava Mahuchikh   Ukraine 18 January 2020 Demyanyuk Memorial Lviv, Ukraine 18 years, 121 days [58]
2.02 m Yaroslava Mahuchikh   Ukraine 31 January 2020 Indoor Meeting Karlsruhe Karlsruhe, Germany 18 years, 134 days [59]
Pole vault 4.71 m Wilma Murto   Finland 31 January 2016 Zweibrücken Meeting   Zweibrücken, Germany 17 years, 234 days [60]
Long jump 6.79 m Florentina Marincu   Romania 7 March 2015 European Championships   Prague, Czech Republic 18 years, 333 days [61]
6.88 m Heike Drechsler   East Germany 1 February 1983   Berlin, Germany 18 years, 47 days
Triple jump 13.91 m Ana Peleteiro   Spain 23 February 2014   Sabadell, Spain 18 years, 83 days
14.18 m Yevgeniya Stavchanska   Ukraine 7 February 1999 National Indoor Championships   Lviv, Ukraine 17 years, 135 days
Shot put 17.58 m Emel Dereli   Turkey 28 December 2013   Istanbul, Turkey 17 years, 306 days
17.58 m [f] Alyona Bugakova   Russia 9 February 2016 Russian Junior Championships   Novocheboksarsk, Russia 18 years, 291 days [62]
20.51 m Heidi Krieger   East Germany 8 February 1984   Budapest, Hungary 18 years, 203 days
Pentathlon 4542 pts Alina Shukh   Ukraine 4 February 2017 International Combined Events Meeting   Lasnamäe, Estonia 17 years, 358 days [63]
8.98 (60 m hurdles), 1.89 m (high jump), 13.81 m (shot put), 6.12 m (long jump), 2:16.84 (800 m)
4550 pts [g] Alina Shukh   Ukraine 27 January 2017 Ukrainian Team Championships   Zaporizhzhya, Ukraine 17 years, 350 days [64]
60m H High jump Shot put Long jump 800m
8.85 1.88m 14.27m 6.07m 2:17.69
4558 pts X Nafissatou Thiam   Belgium 3 February 2013   Ghent, Belgium 18 years, 168 days [65]
8.65 (60m hurdles), 1.84m (high jump), 14.00m (shot put), 6.30m (long jump), 2:21.18 (800m)
4694 pts OT Sibylle Thiele   East Germany 26 January 1984   Senftenberg, Germany 18 years, 326 days
8.59 (60m hurdles), 1.86m (high jump), 14.32m (shot put), 6.51m (long jump), 2:20.4 (800m)
3000 m walk 12:05.6 (ht) Lyudmila Yefimkina   Russia 1 March 1998   Insar, Russia 16 years, 191 days
5000 m walk 21:30.1 Vera Sokolova   Russia 6 January 2005   Chelyabinsk, Russia 17 years, 212 days
4 × 400 m relay

NotesEdit

  1. ^ disallowed for record proposes
  2. ^ disallowed for record proposes
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  4. ^ disallowed for record proposes
  5. ^ disallowed for record proposes
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