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List of British records in athletics

British records in athletics are the best performances in athletics events by athletes representing the United Kingdom which are ratified by UK Athletics (UKA).

HistoryEdit

The idea of a "British Record" was instituted by the AAA in 1887 for performance made in the United Kingdom, by athletes from anywhere in the world. This type of record was superseded in 1948 by the British (All-Comers') Record, and then by the United Kingdom (All-Comers') Record in 1960.

A "British (National) Record" was instituted by the British Amateur Athletic Board (BAAB) in 1948 for performances made in the United Kingdom, by athletes born in the British Commonwealth. This record type was discontinued in 1960 when the BAAB instituted "United Kingdom (National) Records" which defined performances made anywhere in the world by athletes eligible to represent the United Kingdom in international competition.

Alongside this, the AAA defined "English Native Records" in 1928 as performances made in England or Wales by athletes born in England or Wales. This was superseded in 1960 by "AAA National Records" – performances made in England or Wales by athletes born in England or Wales, or by bona fide members of clubs under the jurisdiction of the AAA whose fathers were born in England or Wales.

Key to tablesEdit

  Awaiting ratification   Record not kept by UKA   Disqualified

Performances marked with an asterix (*) maybe a) not ratifiable or b) currently under further review
+ = en route to a longer distance
A = affected by altitude
! = timing by photo-electric cell
a = aided road course according to IAAF rule 260.28
mx = mark was made in a mixed race
X = annulled due to doping violation
# = not recognised by federation
est = estimate

OutdoorEdit

MenEdit

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 y 9.30 (+1.6 m/s) Linford Christie 8 July 1994   Edinburgh, Great Britain [1]
100 m 9.87 (+0.3 m/s) Linford Christie 15 August 1993 World Championships   Stuttgart, Germany
9.87 X Dwain Chambers 14 September 2002 IAAF Grand Prix Final   Paris, France
150 m (straight) 14.81 (+0.2 m/s) Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake 20 May 2018 Adidas Boost Boston Games   Boston, United States [2]
150 m (bend) 14.93+ (+0.3 m/s) John Regis 20 August 1993 World Championships   Stuttgart, Germany
200 m 19.87 (+1.8 m/s) # John Regis 31 July 1994   Sestriere, Italy
19.94 (+0.3 m/s) John Regis 20 August 1993 World Championships   Stuttgart, Germany
200 m (straight) 20.67 (+0.2 m/s) James Ellington 20 May 2012 Manchester City Games   Manchester, United Kingdom [3]
300 m 31.56 Douglas Walker 19 July 1998   Gateshead, United Kingdom
400 m 44.36 Iwan Thomas 13 July 1997   Birmingham, United Kingdom
500 m 59.02 [4] Martyn Rooney 10 September 2016 Great North CityGames   Newcastle, United Kingdom [5]
800 m 1:41.73 Sebastian Coe 10 June 1981   Florence, Italy
1000 m 2:12.18 Sebastian Coe 11 July 1981 Bislett Games   Oslo, Norway
1500 m 3:28.81 Mo Farah 19 July 2013 Herculis   Fontvieille, Monaco [6]
Mile 3:46.32 Steve Cram 27 July 1985 Bislett Games   Oslo, Norway
2000 m 4:51.39 Steve Cram 4 August 1985   Budapest, Hungary
3000 m 7:32.62 Mo Farah 5 June 2016 British Grand Prix   Birmingham, United Kingdom [7]
Two miles 8:07.85 Mo Farah 24 August 2014 British Grand Prix   Birmingham, United Kingdom [8]
5000 m 12:53.11 Mo Farah 22 July 2011 Herculis   Fontvieille, Monaco [9]
10000 m 26:46.57 Mo Farah 3 June 2011 Prefontaine Classic   Eugene, United States [10][11][12]
20000 m 57:28.70+ Carl Thackery 31 March 1990   La Flèche, France
25000 m 1:15:22.60 Ron Hill 21 July 1965   Bolton, United Kingdom
30000 m 1:31:30.40 Jim Alder 5 September 1970   London, United Kingdom
50000 m 2:48:06 Jeff Norman 7 June 1980   Timperley, United Kingdom
100 km 6:10:20 Don Ritchie 28 August 1976   London, United Kingdom
100 Miles 11:30:51+ Don Ritchie 15 August 1977   London, United Kingdom
One hour 20,855 m Carl Thackery 31 March 1993   La Flèche, France
2-hour run 37,994 m Jim Alder 17 August 1964   Walton-on-Thames, United Kingdom
24-hour run 274.480 km Dave Dowdle 23 May 1982   Gloucester, United Kingdom
48-hour run 401.208 km Richard Brown 9 May 1991   Surgères, France
110 m hurdles 12.91 (+0.5 m/s) Colin Jackson 20 August 1993 World Championships   Stuttgart, Germany
200 m hurdles 22.63 (-0.3 m/s) Colin Jackson 1 June 1991   Cardiff, United Kingdom [13]
200 m hurdles (straight) 22.10 (+2.0 m/s) [WB] Andy Turner 15 May 2011 Great CityGames Manchester   Manchester, United Kingdom [14]
300 m hurdles 34.48 Chris Rawlinson 30 June 2002   Sheffield, United Kingdom
400 m hurdles 47.82 Kriss Akabusi 6 August 1992 Olympic Games   Barcelona, Spain
2000 m Steeplechase 5:19.86 Mark Rowland 28 August 1988   London, United Kingdom
3000 m Steeplechase 8:07.96 Mark Rowland 30 September 1988 Olympic Games   Seoul, South Korea
High jump 2.37 m Steve Smith 20 September 1992   Seoul, South Korea
22 August 1993 World Championships   Stuttgart, Germany
Robbie Grabarz 23 August 2012 Athletissima   Lausanne, Switzerland [15]
Pole vault 5.82 m Steven Lewis 21 July 2012 Janusz Kusociński Memorial   Szczecin, Poland [16]
Long jump 8.51 m (+1.7 m/s) Greg Rutherford 24 April 2014   Chula Vista, United States [17]
Triple jump 18.29 m (+1.3 m/s) Jonathan Edwards 7 August 1995 World Championships   Gothenburg, Sweden [18]
Shot put 21.92 m # Carl Myerscough 13 June 2003   Sacramento, United States
21.68 m Geoff Capes 18 May 1980   Cwmbran, United Kingdom
Discus throw 68.24 m Lawrence Okoye 19 May 2012 Hallesche Werfertage   Halle, Germany [19]
Hammer throw 80.26 m Nick Miller 8 April 2018 Commonwealth Games   Gold Coast, Australia [20]
Javelin throw 91.46 m Steve Backley 25 January 1992   Auckland, New Zealand
Weight throw 23.08 m Matt Mileham 16 February 1985   Fresno, United States
Pentathlon 3841 pts Barry King 20 May 1970   Santa Barbara, United States
Decathlon 8847 pts Daley Thompson 8–9 August 1984 Olympic Games   Los Angeles, United States
10.44 (100 m), 8.01 m (long jump), 15.72 m (shot put), 2.03 m (high jump), 46.97 (400 m) /
14.33 (110 m hurdles), 46.56 m (discus), 5.00 m (pole vault), 65.24 m (javelin), 4:35.00 (1500 m)
Double Decathlon 12043 pts John Heanley 24 September 2000   Hexham, United Kingdom
4 × 100 m relay 37.47 Chijindu Ujah
Adam Gemili
Danny Talbot
Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake
12 August 2017 World Championships   London, United Kingdom [21]
37.36 Adam Gemili
Zharnel Hughes
Richard Kilty
Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake
5 October 2019 World Championships   Doha, Qatar [22]
4 × 200 m relay 1:21.29 Marcus Adam
Ade Mafe
Linford Christie
John Regis
23 June 1989   Birmingham, United Kingdom
4 × 400 m relay 2:56.60 Iwan Thomas
Jamie Baulch
Mark Richardson
Roger Black
3 August 1996 Olympic Games   Atlanta, United States
4 × 800 m relay 7:03.89 Peter Elliott
Garry Cook
Steve Cram
Sebastian Coe
30 August 1982   London, United Kingdom
4 × 1500 m relay 14:54.57 Andrew Baddeley
Ricky Stevenson
Nick McCormick
Mark Draper
4 September 2009 Memorial Van Damme   Brussels, Belgium [23]
4 × 1 mile relay 16:17.4 Western Kentucky University
Erwin Hartel
Chris Ridler
Tony Staynings
Nick Rose
25 April 1975 Drake Relays   Des Moines, United States

WalkingEdit

Event Data Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
1500 m 5:46.24 Roger Mills 29 August 1975   London, United Kingdom
Mile walk 5:31.08 [WB] Tom Bosworth 9 July 2017 London Grand Prix   London, United Kingdom [24]
3000 m 10:43.84 Tom Bosworth 21 July 2018 Diamond League   London, United Kingdom [25]
5000 m 18:42.23 Callum Wilkinson 24 August 2019 British Championships   Birmingham, United Kingdom [26]
10000 m 40:06.65 Ian McCombie 4 June 1989   Jarrow, United Kingdom
15000 m 1:02:40.0+ Ian McCombie 15 May 1992   Fana, Norway
20000 m 1:23:26.5 Ian McCombie 26 May 1990   Fana, Norway
25000 m 1:55:00.8+ Ron Wallwork 31 July 1971   Blackburn, United Kingdom
30000 m 2:11:54 Chris Maddocks 31 December 1989   Plymouth, United Kingdom
35000 m 2:43:12+ Chris Maddocks 22 September 1984   Birmingham, United Kingdom
40000 m 3:10:48+ Chris Maddocks 22 September 1984   Birmingham, United Kingdom
50000 m 4:05:44.6 Paul Blagg 26 May 1990   Fana, Norway
100000 m 9:41:54+ Ed Shillabeer 15 September 1985   Colchester, United Kingdom
Hour walk 14324m+ Ian McCombie 7 July 1985   London, United Kingdom
2 Hours walk 27262m+ Chris Maddocks 31 December 1989   Plymouth, United Kingdom
24 hours walk 214.061 km Hew Neilson 15 October 1960   Walton-on-Thames, United Kingdom

WomenEdit

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref Video
100 y 10.73 (+0.3 m/s) Heather Young 20 July 1958   Cardiff, Great Britain [27]
100 m 10.85 (0.0 m/s) Dina Asher-Smith 7 August 2018 European Championships   Berlin, Germany [28]
10.83 (+0.1 m/s) Dina Asher-Smith 29 September 2019 World Championships   Doha, Qatar [29]
150 m (bend) 17.15 (+2.0 m/s) Margaret Adeoye 31 August 2013 Amsterdam Open & Flame Games   Amsterdam, Netherlands [30]
200 m 21.89 (+0.2 m/s) Dina Asher-Smith 11 August 2018 European Championships   Berlin, Germany [31]
21.88 (+0.9 m/s) Dina Asher-Smith 2 October 2019 World Championships   Doha, Qatar [32]
200 m (straight) 23.29 (+0.2 m/s) Emily Freeman 16 May 2010 Great CityGames Manchester   Manchester, United Kingdom [33]
300 m 35.46 Kathy Cook 18 August 1984   London, United Kingdom
400 m 49.41 Christine Ohuruogu 12 August 2013 World Championships   Moscow, Russia [34]
500 m 1:06.62 [4] Lynsey Sharp 10 September 2016 Great North CityGames   Newcastle, United Kingdom [5]
600 m 1:24.36 Marilyn Okoro 5 July 2012 Meeting de la Province de Liège   Liège, Belgium [35]
800 m 1:56.21 Kelly Holmes 9 September 1995 IAAF Grand Prix Final   Fontvieille, Monaco
1000 m 2:32.55 Kelly Holmes 15 June 1997   Leeds, United Kingdom
1500 m 3:55.22 Laura Muir 27 August 2016 Meeting Areva   Saint-Denis, France [36]
Mile 4:17.57 Zola Budd 21 August 1985 Weltklasse Zürich   Zürich, Switzerland
2000 m 5:26.93 Yvonne Murray 8 June 1994   Edinburgh, United Kingdom
3000 m 8:22.20 # Paula Radcliffe 19 July 2002 Herculis   Fontvieille, Monaco
8:26.97 Paula Radcliffe 29 June 2001   Rome, Italy
Two miles 9:17.40+ Paula Radcliffe 20 June 2004 European Cup   Bydgoszcz, Poland
5000 m 14:29.11 Paula Radcliffe 20 June 2004 European Cup   Bydgoszcz, Poland
10000 m 30:01.09 Paula Radcliffe 6 August 2002   Munich, Germany
20000 m 1:15:46.00+ Carolyn Hunter-Rowe 6 March 1994   Barry, United Kingdom
25000 m 1:35:15.5+ Carolyn Hunter-Rowe 6 March 1994   Barry, United Kingdom
30000 m 1:55:02.3+ Carolyn Hunter-Rowe 6 March 1994   Barry, United Kingdom
50000 m 3:18:52+ Carolyn Hunter-Rowe 6 March 1994   Barry, United Kingdom
40 Miles 4:26:43 Carolyn Hunter-Rowe 7 March 1993   Barry, United Kingdom
100 km 08:01:39 Hilary Walker 4 April 1993   London, United Kingdom
100 Miles 14:44:25+ Eleanor Adams 20 August 1989   Melbourne, Australia
One hour 16495 m mx Michaela McCallum 2 April 2000   Asti, Italy
2 Hours run 31200 m Carolyn Hunter-Rowe 6 March 1994   Barry, United Kingdom
24 Hours run 240.169 km Eleanor Adams 20 August 1989   Melbourne, Australia
48 Hours run 366.512 km Hilary Walker 7 November 1988   Blackpool, United Kingdom
100 m hurdles 12.51 (+0.7 m/s) Tiffany Porter 14 September 2014 IAAF Continental Cup   Marrakech, Morocco [37]
200 m hurdles (bend) 26.68 Sharon Colyear (née Danville) 16 July 1971   London, United Kingdom
200 m hurdles (straight) 25.05 (+1.0 m/s) Meghan Beesley 17 May 2014 Manchester City Games   Manchester, United Kingdom [38] [1]
300 m hurdles 40.58 mx Sinead Dudgeon 15 September 2000   Gold Coast, Australia [39]
400 m hurdles 52.74 Sally Gunnell 19 August 1993 World Championships   Stuttgart, Germany
2000 m Steeplechase 6:27.33 Lennie Waite 20 May 2010 Rice University All Comers Meeting   Houston, United States [40]
3000 m Steeplechase 9:24.24 Barbara Parker 2 June 2012 Prefontaine Classic   Eugene, United States [41]
High jump 1.98 m [42] Katarina Johnson-Thompson 12 August 2016 Olympic Games   Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [43]
Pole vault 4.81 m Holly Bradshaw 15 July 2017 10th International Pole Vault Meeting   Rottach-Egern, Germany [44]
Long jump 7.07 m (+0.4 m/s) Shara Proctor 28 August 2015 World Championships   Beijing, China [45]
Triple jump 15.15 m (+1.7 m/s) Ashia Hansen 13 September 1997 Grand Prix Final   Fukuoka, Japan [46]
Shot put 19.36 m Judy Oakes 14 August 1988 British Grand Prix   Gateshead, United Kingdom
Discus throw 67.48 m Meg Ritchie 26 April 1981 Mt. SAC Relays   Walnut, United States
Hammer throw 74.54 m Sophie Hitchon 15 August 2016 Olympic Games   Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [47]
Javelin throw 66.17 m Goldie Sayers 14 July 2012 London Grand Prix   London, United Kingdom [48]
The specification for the women's javelin changed in 1999. With the old model, Fatima Whitbread threw 77.44 m in 1986.
Weight throw 20.63 m Shirley Webb 2 August 2005   Eton, United Kingdom
Pentathlon 4402 pts Sue Longden 24 May 1980   Birmingham, United Kingdom
Heptathlon 6955 pts Jessica Ennis-Hill 3–4 August 2012 Olympic Games   London, United Kingdom [49]
12.54 (+1.3 m/s) (100 m hurdles), 1.86 m (high jump), 14.28 m (shot put), 22.83 (-0.3 m/s) (200 m) /
6.48 m (-0.6 m/s) (long jump), 47.49 m (javelin), 2:08.65 (800 m)
6981 pts Katarina Johnson-Thompson 2–4 October 2019 World Championships   Doha, Qatar [50]
100m H (wind) High jump Shot put 200m (wind) Long jump (wind) Javelin 800m
13.09 (+0.6 m/s) 1.95 m 13.86 m 23.08 (+1.0 m/s) 6.77 m (+1.0 m/s) 43.93 m 2:07.26
Decathlon 6878 pts Jessica Taylor 12–13 September 2015 Kent County Multi-Events Championships   Erith, United Kingdom [51]
100m (wind) Long jump (wind) Shot put High jump 400m 110H (wind) Discus Pole vault Javelin 1500m
12.30 (−2.7) 5.96 (+0.2) 11.48m 1.63m 55.12 14.61 (−1.5) 28.77m 2.50m 34.76m 5:44.32
Double Heptathlon 9152 pts Charmaine Johnson 23 September 1990   Espoo, Finland
5000 m walk 21:30.75 Johanna Jackson 13 July 2008   Birmingham, United Kingdom
10000 m walk 45:09.57 Lisa Kehler 13 August 2000   Birmingham, United Kingdom
20 km walk (road) 1:30:41 Johanna Jackson 19 June 2010 Gran Premio Cantones de Marcha   A Coruña, Spain [52]
4 × 100 m relay 41.77 Asha Philip
Desiree Henry
Dina Asher-Smith
Daryll Neita
19 August 2016 Olympic Games   Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [53]
4 × 200 m relay 1:29.61 Desiree Henry
Anyika Onuora
Bianca Williams
Asha Philip
25 May 2014 IAAF World Relays   Nassau, Bahamas [54]
4 × 400 m relay 3:20.04 Christine Ohuruogu
Marilyn Okoro
Lee McConnell
Nicola Sanders
2 September 2007 World Championships   Osaka, Japan [55]
4 × 800 m relay 8:13.46 Marilyn Okoro
Lynsey Sharp
Jemma Simpson
Tara Bird
27 April 2013 Penn Relays   Philadelphia, United States [56]

MixedEdit

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
4×400 m relay 3:12.27 Rabah Yousif
Zoey Clark
Emily Diamond
Martyn Rooney
29 September 2019 World Championships   Doha, Qatar [57]

RoadEdit

MenEdit

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
5 km 13:30 Rob Denmark 4 May 1996   Dublin, Ireland
8 km 21:45+ Mo Farah 22 March 2015 Lisbon Half Marathon   Lisbon, Portugal [58]
5 miles 22:17+ Steve Jones 24 April 1984   Birmingham, United Kingdom
10 km 27:20 a # Jon Brown 24 September 1995   Pittsburgh, United States
27:34 a # Nick Rose 1 April 1984   New Orleans, United States [59]
27:44 Mo Farah 31 May 2010 Bupa London 10000   London, United Kingdom [60][61]
The UK record is considered to be Farah's 27:44 as Rose's 27:34 and Brown's mark were set on a point to point course. [62]
12 km 34:01 Peter Whitehead 26 December 1994   Cali, Colombia
14 km 39:25+ Mo Farah 22 March 2015 Lisbon Half Marathon   Lisbon, Portugal [58]
15 km 42:03+ Mo Farah 26 March 2016 World Half Marathon Championships   Cardiff, United Kingdom [63]
10 miles 46:02 Richard Nerurkar 17 October 1993   Twickenham, United Kingdom
45:13 # Ian Stewart 8 May 1977   Stoke, United Kingdom
18 km 47:50+ Mo Farah 22 March 2015 Lisbon Half Marathon   Lisbon, Portugal [58]
20 km 56:27+ Mo Farah 22 March 2015 Lisbon Half Marathon   Lisbon, Portugal [58]
Half marathon 59:32 Mo Farah 22 March 2015 Lisbon Half Marathon   Lisbon, Portugal [58]
59:07 a # Mo Farah 8 September 2019 Great North Run   Newcastle upon Tyne-South Shields, United Kingdom [64]
25 km 1:12:36+ Mo Farah 22 April 2018 London Marathon   London, United Kingdom [65]
30 km 1:27:31+ Mo Farah 22 April 2018 London Marathon   London, United Kingdom [66]
20 miles 1:35:22+ a Steve Jones 20 August 1985 Chicago Marathon   Chicago, United States
Marathon 2:05:11 Mo Farah 7 October 2018 Chicago Marathon   Chicago, United States [67]
50 km 2:52:29 Don Ritchie 4 April 1981   Niort, France
100 km 6:19:20 Steve Way 3 May 2014   Gravesend, United Kingdom [68]
100 miles 11:51:12 Don Ritchie 15 June 1979   New York City, United States
24 hours 254.823 km Paul Bream 31 May 1987   Bray, Ireland
Marathon relay 1:59:14 Carl Thackery
Jon Solly
Mark Scrutton
Dave Clarke
Karl Harrison
30 November 1996   Hiroshima, Japan

WalkingEdit

Event Data Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
5 km 19:29 Andi Drake 27 May 1990   Søfteland, Norway
5 miles 32:38+ Ian McCombie 23 March 1985   York, United Kingdom
10 km 39:36 Tom Bosworth 1 March 2015   Coventry, United Kingdom [69]
15 km walk 1:00:22+ Tom Bosworth 19 March 2016 Dudinska Patdesiatka   Dudince, Slovakia [70]
10 miles 1:06:15+ Steve Barry 26 February 1983   Douglas, United Kingdom
20 km 1:19:38 Tom Bosworth 8 April 2018 Commonwealth Games   Gold Coast, Australia [71]
25 km 1:46:16+ Ian McCombie 27 April 1986   Edinburgh, United Kingdom
30 km 2:07:56 Ian McCombie 27 April 1986   Edinburgh, United Kingdom
20 miles 2:30:35 Paul Nihill 12 June 1971   Sheffield, United Kingdom
35 km 2:36:19 Chris Maddocks 29 June 1991   Örnsköldsvik, Sweden
40 km 3:02:55+ Chris Maddocks 28 October 1990   Burrator, United Kingdom
50 km 3:51:37 Chris Maddocks 28 October 1990   Burrator, United Kingdom
100 km 9:34:25 Tony Geal 2 June 1979   Grand-Quevilly, France
24 hours 219.570 km Derek Harrison 21 May 1978   Rouen, France

WomenEdit

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
5 km 14:48+ Paula Radcliffe 23 February 2003   San Juan, Puerto Rico
8 km 24:05+ Paula Radcliffe 23 February 2003   San Juan, Puerto Rico
5 miles (8.0 km) 24:47 Paula Radcliffe 24 April 1999   Balmoral, United Kingdom
10 km 30:21 Paula Radcliffe 23 February 2003   San Juan, Puerto Rico
12 km 39:20 Liz McColgan 17 October 1987   Irving, United States
15 km 46:41+ a # Paula Radcliffe 21 September 2003   NewcastleSouth Shields, United Kingdom
10 miles (16 km) 50:01+ a Paula Radcliffe 21 September 2003   NewcastleSouth Shields, United Kingdom
20 km 1:02:21+ a # est Paula Radcliffe 21 September 2003   NewcastleSouth Shields, United Kingdom
Half marathon 1:05:39.6 a # Paula Radcliffe 21 September 2003   NewcastleSouth Shields, United Kingdom
1:06:47 Paula Radcliffe 7 October 2001 World Half Marathon Championships   Bristol, United Kingdom
25 km 1:20:36+ a # [72] Paula Radcliffe 13 April 2003 London Marathon   London, United Kingdom
1:22:47+ Paula Radcliffe 14 August 2005 World Championships   Helsinki, Finland
30 km 1:36:36+ a # [72] Paula Radcliffe 13 April 2003 London Marathon   London, United Kingdom
1:37:27+ # Paula Radcliffe 17 April 2005 London Marathon   London, United Kingdom
1:39:22+ Paula Radcliffe 14 August 2005 World Championships   Helsinki, Finland
1:43:24 Mara Yamauchi 21 February 2010 Ōme 30 km Road Race   Ōme, Japan [73]
20 miles (32 km) 1:43:33+ a [72] Paula Radcliffe 13 April 2003 London Marathon   London, United Kingdom
Marathon 2:15:25 Paula Radcliffe 13 April 2003 London Marathon   London, United Kingdom
50 km 3:23:23+ Trudi Thomson 6 April 1996   Claremont-Kirstenbosch, South Africa
100 km 7:27:19 Carolyn Hunter-Rowe 8 August 1993   Torhout, Belgium
100 miles (160 km) 14:43:40+ Eleanor Adams-Robinson 4 February 1990   Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
24 hours 237.861 km Eleanor Adams-Robinson 4 February 1990   Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
Marathon Relay 2:17:31 Bev Nicholson
Jill Hunter
Laura Adam
Marian Sutton
Nicky Morris
Andrea Whitcombe
23 February 1992   Yokohama, Japan

IndoorEdit

MenEdit

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref Video
50 m 5.61+* Jason Gardener 16 February 2000   Madrid, Spain
5.66 Jason Gardener 21 February 1999 Meeting Pas de Calais   Liévin, France
60 m 6.42 Dwain Chambers 7 March 2009 European Championships   Turin, Italy [74] [2]
200 m 20.25 Linford Christie 19 February 1995 Meeting Pas de Calais   Liévin, France
400 m 45.39 Jamie Baulch 9 February 1997 Aviva Indoor Grand Prix   Birmingham, United Kingdom
500 m 1:01.59 Conrad Williams 25 February 2014 Prague Indoor   Prague, Czech Republic [75]
600 m 1:15.31 A Thomas Staines 1 February 2019 New Mexico Collegiate Classic   Albuquerque, United States [76]
800 m 1:44.91 Sebastian Coe 12 March 1983   Cosford, United Kingdom
1000 m 2:17.86 Matthew Yates 22 February 1992 Aviva Indoor Grand Prix   Birmingham, United Kingdom
1500 m 3:34.20 Peter Elliott 27 February 1990   Seville, Spain
Mile 3:52.02 Peter Elliott 9 February 1990   East Rutherford, United States
3000 m 7:34.47 Mo Farah 21 February 2009 Aviva Indoor Grand Prix   Birmingham, United Kingdom
7:33.1+ ht Mo Farah 21 February 2015 Birmingham Indoor Grand Prix   Birmingham, United Kingdom [77]
Two miles 8:03.40 Mo Farah 21 February 2015 Birmingham Indoor Grand Prix   Birmingham, United Kingdom [77]
5000 m 13:09.16 Mo Farah 18 February 2017 Birmingham Indoor Grand Prix   Birmingham, United Kingdom [78]
50 m hurdles 6.40 Colin Jackson 5 February 1999   Budapest, Hungary
60 m hurdles 7.30 (WR) Colin Jackson 6 March 1994   Sindelfingen, Germany
300 m hurdles 36.48 OT Gary Cadogan 12 February 1996   Tampere, Finland [79]
400 m hurdles 50.21 Richard Yates 19 February 2011 Aviva Indoor Grand Prix   Birmingham, United Kingdom [80][81] [3]
High jump 2.38 m [82] Steve Smith 4 February 1994 annual "Jump to the Music"   Wuppertal, Germany
Pole vault 5.83 m [82] Luke Cutts 25 January 2014 Perche Elite Tour Meeting   Rouen, France [83]
Long jump 8.26 m A Greg Rutherford 5 February 2016 New Mexico Collegiate Classic   Albuquerque, United States [84]
Triple jump 17.75 m Phillips Idowu 9 March 2008 World Championships   Valencia, Spain [85]
Shot put 21.49 m Carl Myerscough 15 March 2003 NCAA Division I Championships   Fayetteville, United States
Weight throw 23.64 m Robert Weir 9 January 1983   Hanover, United States [86]
Discus throw 60.99 m Brett Morse 12 March 2011 4th World Indoor Throwing Competition   Växjö, Sweden [87]
Javelin throw 76.66 m Stuart Faben 3 March 1996   Kajaani, Finland [88]
Heptathlon 6188 pts Tim Duckworth 9–10 March 2018 NCAA Division I Championships   College Station, United States [89]
60m Long jump Shot put High jump 60m H Pole vault 1000m
6.84 7.74 m 13.59 m 2.17 m 8.23 5.16 m 2:56.23
3000 m walk 10:30.28 Tom Bosworth 25 February 2018 Glasgow Grand Prix   Glasgow, United Kingdom [90]
5000 m walk 18:28.70 Tom Bosworth 18 February 2018 British Championships   Birmingham, United Kingdom [91]
4 × 200 m relay 1:22.11 Linford Christie
Darren Braithwaite
Ade Mafe
John Regis
3 March 1991   Glasgow, United Kingdom
4 × 400 m relay 3:03.20 Allyn Condon
Solomon Wariso
Adrian Patrick
Jamie Baulch
7 March 1999 World Championships   Maebashi, Japan [92]

WomenEdit

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref Video
50 m 6.21 Wendy Hoyte 22 February 1981 European Championships   Grenoble, France
60 m 7.06 Asha Philip 5 March 2017 European Championships   Belgrade, Serbia [93]
100 y 10.67 Heather Hunte 17 February 1978   Senftenberg, East Germany [27]
100 m 11.57 Joice Maduaka 27 February 2010   Florø, Norway [94]
200 m 22.83 Katharine Merry 14 February 1999 British Championships   Birmingham, United Kingdom
300 m 37.74 Finette Agyapong 25 January 2018 Czech Indoor Gala   Ostrava, Czech Republic [95]
400 m 50.02 Nicola Sanders 3 March 2007 European Championships   Birmingham, United Kingdom
600 m 1:25.81 Jenny Meadows 7 January 2007   Manchester, United Kingdom
800 m 1:58.43 Jenny Meadows 14 March 2010 World Championships   Doha, Qatar [96]
1000 m 2:31.93 Laura Muir 18 February 2017 Birmingham Indoor Grand Prix   Birmingham, United Kingdom [97]
1500 m 4:02.39 Laura Muir 4 March 2017 European Championships   Belgrade, Serbia [98]
4:01.83+ Laura Muir 16 February 2019 Birmingham Indoor Grand Prix   Birmingham, United Kingdom [99]
Mile 4:18.75 Laura Muir 16 February 2019 Birmingham Indoor Grand Prix   Birmingham, United Kingdom [100]
3000 m 8:26.41 Laura Muir 4 February 2017 Weltklasse in Karlsruhe   Karlsruhe, Germany [101]
Two miles 9:32.00 Jo Pavey 17 February 2007   Birmingham, United Kingdom
5000 m 14:49.12 Laura Muir 4 January 2017 Glasgow Miler Meet   Glasgow, United Kingdom [102]
50 m hurdles 6.83 Tiffany Porter 28 January 2012 US Open   New York City, United States [103]
60 m hurdles 7.80 Tiffany Porter 4 March 2011 European Championships   Paris, France [104] [4]
High jump 1.97 m Katarina Johnson-Thompson 14 February 2015 British Championships   Sheffield, United Kingdom [105]
Morgan Lake 26 January 2019 Miroslava Hubnerova Memorial   Hustopeče, Czech Republic [106]
Pole vault 4.87 m [82] Holly Bleasdale 21 January 2012   Villeurbanne, France [107]
Long jump 6.97 m Lorraine Ugen 5 March 2017 European Championships   Belgrade, Serbia [108]
Triple jump 15.16 m [82] Ashia Hansen 28 February 1998 European Championships   Valencia, Spain
Shot put 19.06 m Venissa Head 7 April 1984   St Athan, United Kingdom
Discus throw 58.97 m Jade Nicholls 10 March 2012 World Indoor Throwing   Växjö, Sweden [109]
Pentathlon 5000 pts Katarina Johnson-Thompson 6 March 2015 European Championships   Prague, Czech Republic [110]
8.18 (60 m hurdles), 1.95 m (high jump), 12.32 m (shot put), 6.89 m (long jump), 2:12.78 (800 m)
3000 m walk 12:44.99 Bethan Davies 28 February 2016   Sheffield, United Kingdom [111]
12:35.87 mx # Bethan Davies 11 December 2016 Christmas Classic   Cardiff, United Kingdom [112]
5000 m walk 21:25.37 Bethan Davies 18 February 2018 British Championships   Birmingham, United Kingdom [113]
4 × 200 m relay 1:33.96 Paula Dunn
Jennifer Stoute
Linda Keough
Sally Gunnell
23 February 1990 Glasgow Indoor International GBR v GDR   Glasgow, United Kingdom
4 × 400 m relay 3:27.56 Eilidh Doyle
Shana Cox
Christine Ohuruogu
Perri Shakes-Drayton
3 March 2013 European Championships   Gothenburg, Sweden [114]

ReferencesEdit

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