List of European records in athletics

European records in the sport of athletics are ratified by the European Athletic Association. Records are kept for all events contested at the Olympic Games and some others. Unofficial records for some other events are kept by track and field statisticians. Records are kept for events in track and field, road running, and racewalking.

Key to tablesEdit

Key:   Pending ratification   Record not kept by EAA   Not ratified or later rescinded by EAA

+ = en route to longer distance
h = hand timing
A = affected by altitude
Wo = women only race
# = not recognised by EAA or/and IAAF
X = unratified due to no doping control
OT = oversized track (> 200m in circumference)
a = aided road course according to IAAF rule 260.28 (separation between start and finish points more than 50% of race distance or the decrease in elevation greater than one in a thousand)
est = estimate
WB = world best

OutdoorEdit

MenEdit

 
Steve Cram holds the mile record and also shares the 4×800 metres relay record with Sebastian Coe.
 
Sergey Bubka's world and European records in pole vault have dominated the sport, marking him as one of the world's best athletes.
Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Ref Video
100 m 9.86 (+0.6 m/s) Francis Obikwelu   Portugal 22 August 2004 Olympic Games Athens, Greece [1]
9.86 (+1.3 m/s) Jimmy Vicaut   France 4 July 2015 Meeting Areva Saint-Denis, France [2]
9.86 (+1.8 m/s) 7 June 2016 Meeting Pro Athlé Tour Montreuil, France [3]
9.80 (+0.1 m/s) Marcell Jacobs   Italy 1 August 2021 Olympic Games Tokyo, Japan [4]
9.84 (+0.9 m/s) Marcell Jacobs   Italy 1 August 2021 Olympic Games Tokyo, Japan [5]



150 m (straight) 14.81 (+0.2 m/s) Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake   Great Britain 20 May 2018 Adidas Boost Boston Games Boston, United States [6]


200 m 19.72 A (+1.8 m/s) Pietro Mennea   Italy 12 September 1979 Universiade Mexico City, Mexico [1]
400 m 44.33 Thomas Schönlebe   East Germany 3 September 1987 World Championships Rome, Italy
800 m 1:41.11 Wilson Kipketer   Denmark 24 August 1997 Cologne, Germany
1000 m 2:12.18 Sebastian Coe   Great Britain 11 July 1981 Bislett Games Oslo, Norway
1500 m 3:28.68 Jakob Ingebrigtsen   Norway 14 August 2020 Herculis Fontvieille, Monaco [7]
Mile 3:46.32 Steve Cram   Great Britain 27 July 1985 Bislett Games Oslo, Norway
2000 m 4:50.01 Jakob Ingebrigtsen   Norway 11 June 2020 Bislett Impossible Games Oslo, Norway [8]
3000 m 7:26.62 Mohammed Mourhit   Belgium 18 August 2000 Herculis Fontvieille, Monaco
Two miles 8:07.85 Mo Farah   Great Britain 24 August 2014 British Grand Prix Birmingham, United Kingdom [9]
5000 m 12:49.71 Mohammed Mourhit   Belgium 25 August 2000 Memorial Van Damme Brussels, Belgium
12:48.45 Jakob Ingebrigtsen   Norway 10 June 2021 Golden Gala Florence, Italy [10]
5 km (road) 13:18 Jimmy Gressier   France 16 February 2020 Monaco Run 5km Monaco, Monaco [11]
10000 m 26:46.57 Mo Farah   Great Britain 3 June 2011 Prefontaine Classic Eugene, United States [12] [2]
10 km (road) 27:13 Julien Wanders    Switzerland 12 January 2020 10K Valencia Ibercaja Valencia, Spain [13]
15 km (road) 41:56+ Julien Wanders    Switzerland 8 February 2019 RAK Half Marathon Ras Al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates [14]
20,000 m (track) 56:20.02+ Bashir Abdi   Belgium 4 September 2020 Memorial Van Damme Brussels, Belgium [15]
20 km (road) 56:03+ Julien Wanders    Switzerland 8 February 2019 RAK Half Marathon Ras Al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates [16]
Half marathon 59:13 Julien Wanders    Switzerland 8 February 2019 RAK Half Marathon Ras Al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates [17]
59:07 a Mo Farah   Great Britain 8 September 2019 Great North Run Newcastle upon Tyne-South Shields, United Kingdom [18]
One hour 21330 m Mo Farah   Great Britain 4 September 2020 Memorial van Damme Brussels, Belgium [19]
25,000 m (track) 1:12:46.5 h Sondre Nordstad Moen   Norway 11 June 2020 Impossible Games Oslo, Norway [8]
25 km (road) 1:13:34+ Kaan Kigen Özbilen   Turkey 1 December 2019 Valencia Marathon Valencia, Spain [20]
1:13:30+ a Steve Jones   Great Britain 20 August 1985 Chicago Marathon Chicago, United States
30,000 m (track) 1:31:30.4 h Jim Alder   Great Britain 5 September 1970 London, United Kingdom
30 km (road) 1:28:19+ Kaan Kigen Özbilen Ozbilen, Turkey 1 December 2019 Valencia Marathon Valencia, Spain [21]
Marathon 2:04:16 Kaan Kigen Özbilen   Turkey 1 December 2019 Valencia Marathon Valencia, Spain [22]
50 miles (track) 4:51:49 Don Ritchie   Great Britain 12 March 1983 Road Runners Club Track 50 Miles London, United Kingdom [23]
100 km (road) 6:18:24 Mario Ardemagni   Italy 11 September 2004 Winschoten, Netherlands
6:15:30 Jean-Pierre Praet   Belgium 23 June 1989 Torhout, Belgium
150 km (track) 10:27:48+ Aleksandr Sorokin   Lithuania 24 April 2021 Centurion Running Track 100 Mile Ashford, United Kingdom [24]
100 miles (track) 11:14:56+ Aleksandr Sorokin   Lithuania 24 April 2021 Centurion Running Track 100 Mile Ashford, United Kingdom [25]
12 hours (track) 170.309 km Aleksandr Sorokin   Lithuania 24 April 2021 Centurion Running Track 100 Mile Ashford, United Kingdom [26]
110 m hurdles 12.91 (+0.5 m/s) Colin Jackson   Great Britain 20 August 1993 World Championships Stuttgart, Germany
300 m hurdles 33.78 Karsten Warholm   Norway 11 June 2020 Impossible Games Oslo, Norway [27]
400 m hurdles 46.87 Karsten Warholm   Norway 23 August 2020 Diamond League Stockholm, Sweden [28]
46.70 Karsten Warholm   Norway 1 July 2021 Bislett Games Oslo, Norway [29]
2000 m steeplechase 5:10.68 WB Mahiedine Mekhissi-Benabbad   France 30 June 2010 Alma Athlé Tour Reims, France [30]
3000 m steeplechase 8:00.09 Mahiedine Mekhissi Benabbad   France 6 July 2013 Meeting Areva Saint-Denis, France [31]
High jump 2.42 m Patrik Sjöberg   Sweden 30 June 1987 Stockholm, Sweden
Bohdan Bondarenko   Ukraine 14 June 2014 Adidas Grand Prix New York City, United States [32]
Pole vault 6.15 m [a] Armand Duplantis   Sweden 17 September 2020 Golden Gala Rome, Italy [33]
Long jump 8.86 m A (+1.9 m/s) Robert Emmiyan   Soviet Union 22 May 1987 Tsakhkadzor, Soviet Union
Triple jump 18.29 m (+1.3 m/s) Jonathan Edwards   Great Britain 7 August 1995 World Championships Gothenburg, Sweden [34] [3]
Shot put 23.06 m Ulf Timmermann   East Germany 22 May 1988 Chania, Greece [4]
Discus throw 74.08 m Jürgen Schult   East Germany 6 June 1986 Neubrandenburg, East Germany [5]
Hammer throw 86.74 m Yuriy Sedykh   Soviet Union 30 August 1986 European Championships Stuttgart, West Germany
Javelin throw 98.48 m (Current design) Jan Železný   Czech Republic 25 May 1996 Jena, Germany [6]
104.80 m (Old design) Uwe Hohn   East Germany 20 July 1984 Berlin, Germany [7]
Decathlon 9126 pts Kevin Mayer   France 15–16 September 2018 Décastar Talence, France [35]
100m (wind) Long jump (wind) Shot put High jump 400m 110H (wind) Discus Pole vault Javelin 1500m
10.55 (+0.3 m/s) 7.80 m (+1.2 m/s) 16.00 m 2.05 m 48.42 13.75 (-1.1 m/s) 50.54 m 5.45 m 71.90 m 4:36.11
3000 m walk (track) 10:43.84 Tom Bosworth   Great Britain 21 July 2018 Diamond League London, United Kingdom [36]
5000 m walk (track) 19:00.73 Tom Bosworth   Great Britain 5 July 2015 British Championships Birmingham, United Kingdom [37]
5 km walk (road) 18:21 Robert Korzeniowski   Poland 15 September 1990 Bad Salzdetfurth, Germany
10000 m walk (track) 37:53:09 Paquillo Fernández   Spain 27 July 2008 Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
10 km walk (road) 37:11 Roman Rasskazov   Russia 28 May 2000 Saransk, Russia [38]
20000 m walk (track) 1:18:35.2 Stefan Johansson   Sweden 15 May 1992 Bergen, Norway
20 km walk (road) 1:17:02 Yohann Diniz   France 8 March 2015 French Championships Arles, France [39]
1:16:43 [Note 1] Sergey Morozov   Russia 8 June 2008 Saransk, Russia
2 hours walk (track) 29572 m + Maurizio Damilano   Italy 3 October 1992 Cuneo, Italy
30000 m walk (track) 2:01:44.1 Maurizio Damilano   Italy 3 October 1992 Cuneo, Italy
35 km walk (road) 2:21:31 Vladimir Kanaykin   Russia 19 February 2006 Russian Winter Race Walking Championships Adler, Russia
50000 m walk (track) 3:35:27.20 Yohann Diniz   France 12 March 2011 Reims, France [40]
50 km walk (road) 3:32:33 Yohann Diniz   France 15 August 2014 European Championships Zürich, Switzerland [41]
4×100 m relay 37.36 Adam Gemili
Zharnel Hughes
Richard Kilty
Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake
  Great Britain 5 October 2019 World Championships Doha, Qatar [42]
4×200 m relay 1:20.66 Christophe Lemaitre
Yannick Fonsat
Ben Bassaw
Ken Romain
  France 24 May 2014 IAAF World Relays Nassau, Bahamas [43]
4×400 m relay 2:56.60 Iwan Thomas
Jamie Baulch
Mark Richardson
Roger Black
  Great Britain 3 August 1996 Olympic Games Atlanta, United States
4×800 m relay 7:03.89 Peter Elliott
Garry Cook
Steve Cram
Sebastian Coe
  Great Britain 30 August 1982 London, United Kingdom
Distance medley relay 9:24.07 Mateusz Demczyszak (1200 m)
Łukasz Krawczuk (400 m)
Adam Kszczot (800 m)
Marcin Lewandowski (1600 m)
  Poland 3 May 2015 IAAF World Relays Nassau, Bahamas [44]
4×1500 m relay 14:38.8 h Thomas Wessinghage
Harald Hudak
Michael Lederer
Karl Fleschen
  West Germany 17 August 1977 Cologne, West Germany
Marathon road relay (Ekiden) 2:02.34 Yuriy Abramov (13:47)
Yevgeny Rybakov (28:29)
Pavel Naumov (14:19)
Dmitry Maksimov (29:47)
Sergey Ivanov (14:30)
Anatoly Rybakov (21:42)
  Russia 23 November 2005 International Chiba Ekiden Chiba, Japan

WomenEdit

 
Only American and Jamaican sprinters have run faster than Christine Arron's 100 metres record.
 
Paula Radcliffe has two world records and four European records to her name in the long distance events.
 
Yelena Isinbayeva has broken her own world and European pole vault record numerous times.
 
Barbora Špotáková broke her national record, then the European record, then finally the world record in the javelin throw.
Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Ref Video
100 m 10.73 (+2.0 m/s) Christine Arron   France 19 August 1998 Budapest, Hungary
150 m (bend) 16.56 (+0.6 m/s) Dafne Schippers   Netherlands 8 September 2020 Golden Spike Ostrava Ostrava, Czech Republic [45]
200 m 21.63 (+0.2 m/s) Dafne Schippers   Netherlands 28 August 2015 World Championships Beijing, China [46]
400 m 47.60 Marita Koch   East Germany 6 October 1985 World Cup Canberra, Australia [8]
800 m 1:53.28 Jarmila Kratochvílová   Czechoslovakia 26 July 1983 Munich, West Germany
1000 m 2:28.98 Svetlana Masterkova   Russia 23 August 1996 Memorial Van Damme Brussels, Belgium
1500 m 3:51.95 Sifan Hassan   Netherlands 5 October 2019 World Championships Doha, Qatar [47]
Mile run 4:12.33 Sifan Hassan   Netherlands 12 July 2019 Diamond League Fontvieille, Monaco [48]
2000 m 5:25.36 Sonia O'Sullivan   Ireland 8 July 1994 Edinburgh, United Kingdom
3000 m 8:18.49 Sifan Hassan   Netherlands 30 June 2019 Prefontaine Classic Stanford, United States [49]
Two miles 9:17.40+ Paula Radcliffe   Great Britain 20 June 2004 European Cup Bydgoszcz, Poland
5000 m 14:22.12 Sifan Hassan   Netherlands 21 July 2019 Diamond League London, United Kingdom [50]
5 km (road) 14:44 Sifan Hassan   Netherlands 17 February 2019 5km Herculis Monaco [51]
14:41 Mx [b] [c] Beth Potter   Great Britain 3 April 2021 Podium 5k Sub-15.30 Barrowford, United Kingdom [52][53]
10000 m 29:36.67 Sifan Hassan   Netherlands 10 October 2020 FBK Games Hengelo, Netherlands [54]
29:06.82 Sifan Hassan   Netherlands 6 June 2021 FBK Games Hengelo, Netherlands [55]
10 km (road) 30:21 Mx Paula Radcliffe   Great Britain 23 February 2003 San Juan, Puerto Rico
30:05 Lonah Chemtai Salpeter   Israel 1 September 2019 Tilburg 10 Miles Tilburg, Netherlands [56]
15 km (road) 46:25+ Wo Melat Yisak Kejeta   Germany 17 October 2020 World Half Marathon Championships Gdynia, Poland [57] [9]
46:09+ Mx Sifan Hassan   Netherlands 16 September 2018 Copenhagen Half Marathon Copenhagen, Denmark [58]
10 miles (road) 50:45+ Lonah Chemtai Salpeter   Israel 23 September 2018 Dam tot Damloop Amsterdam, Netherlands [59]
One hour 18930 m Sifan Hassan   Netherlands 4 September 2020 Memorial van Damme Brussels, Belgium [60]
20000 m (track) 1:06:55.5 Rosa Mota   Portugal 14 May 1983 Lisbon, Portugal
20 km (road) 1:02:04+ Wo Melat Yisak Kejeta   Germany 17 October 2020 World Half Marathon Championships Gdynia, Poland [61] [10]
1:01:56+ Mx Sifan Hassan   Netherlands 16 September 2018 Copenhagen Half Marathon Copenhagen, Denmark [62]
Half marathon 1:05:18 Wo Melat Yisak Kejeta   Germany 17 October 2020 World Half Marathon Championships Gdynia, Poland [63] [11]
1:05:15 Mx Sifan Hassan   Netherlands 16 September 2018 Copenhagen Half Marathon Copenhagen, Denmark [64]
25000 m (track) 1:28:22.60 Helena Javornik   Slovenia 19 July 2006 Maribor, Slovenia
25 km (road) 1:22:47+ Paula Radcliffe   Great Britain 14 August 2005 Helsinki, Finland
1:21:31+ Mx X Constantina Diţă-Tomescu   Romania 22 October 2006 Chicago Marathon Chicago, United States
1:22:08+ Mx X Liliya Shobukhova   Russia 9 October 2011 Chicago Marathon Chicago, United States [65]
1:20:36+ Mx a # Paula Radcliffe   Great Britain 13 April 2003 London Marathon London, United Kingdom
30000 m (track) 1:47:05.6 Karolina Szabó   Hungary 22 April 1988 Budapest, Hungary
30 km (road) 1:39:22 Paula Radcliffe   Great Britain 14 August 2005 Helsinki, Finland
1:37:27+ Mx # Paula Radcliffe   Great Britain 17 April 2005 London Marathon London, United Kingdom
1:38:23+ Mx X Liliya Shobukhova   Russia 9 October 2011 Chicago Marathon Chicago, United States [66]
1:36:36+ Mx a # Paula Radcliffe   Great Britain 13 April 2003 London Marathon London, United Kingdom [67]
Marathon 2:15:25 Mx Paula Radcliffe   Great Britain 13 April 2003 London Marathon London, United Kingdom
2:17:42 Wo Paula Radcliffe   Great Britain 17 April 2005 London Marathon London, United Kingdom [68]
50 km 3:07:20 Alyson Dixon   Great Britain 1 September 2019 50km World Championships Brasov, Romania [69]
50 Miles 5:55:41+ Valentina Liakhova   Russia 28 September 1996 100km Track Trophy Nantes, France [70]
100 km 7:10:32 Tatyana Zhyrkova   Russia 11 September 2004 Winschoten, Netherlands
100 Miles (track) 14:25:45+ Edit Bérces   Hungary 21–22 September 2002 Verona 24 Hour Verona, Italy [71][72]
24-hour run (road) 258.339 km Patrycja Bereznowska   Poland 2 July 2017 IAU 24 Hour World Championship Belfast, United Kingdom [73]
48-hour run (road) 401 km Patrycja Bereznowska   Poland 29 January 2018 Athens International Ultramarathon Festival Athens, Greece [74]
100 m hurdles 12.21 (+0.7 m/s) Yordanka Donkova   Bulgaria 20 August 1988 Stara Zagora, Bulgaria
400 m hurdles 52.34 Yuliya Pechonkina   Russia 8 August 2003 Tula, Russia
2000 m steeplechase 5:52.80 Gesa Felicitas Krause   Germany 1 September 2019 ISTAF Berlin Berlin, Germany [75]
3000 m steeplechase 8:58.81 Gulnara Samitova-Galkina   Russia 17 August 2008 Olympic Games Beijing, China
High jump 2.09 m Stefka Kostadinova   Bulgaria 30 August 1987 World Championships Rome, Italy
Pole vault 5.06 m Yelena Isinbayeva   Russia 28 August 2009 Weltklasse Zürich Zürich, Switzerland
Long jump 7.52 m (+1.4 m/s) Galina Chistyakova   Soviet Union 11 June 1988 Leningrad, Soviet Union
Triple jump 15.50 m (+0.9 m/s) Inessa Kravets   Ukraine 10 August 1995 World Championships Gothenburg, Sweden
Shot put 22.63 m Natalya Lisovskaya   Soviet Union 7 June 1987 Moscow, Soviet Union
Discus throw 76.80 m Gabriele Reinsch   East Germany 9 July 1988 Neubrandenburg, East Germany
Hammer throw 82.98 m Anita Włodarczyk   Poland 28 August 2016 Skolimowska Memorial Warsaw, Poland [76]
Javelin throw 72.28 m
(Current design)
Barbora Špotáková   Czech Republic 13 September 2008 World Athletics Final Stuttgart, Germany [77]
80.00 m (old design) Petra Felke   East Germany 9 September 1988 Potsdam, East Germany [12]
Heptathlon 7032 pts Carolina Klüft   Sweden 25–26 August 2007 World Championships Osaka, Japan [78]
13.15 (+0.1 m/s) (100 m hurdles), 1.95 m (high jump), 14.81 m (shot put), 23.38 (+0.3 m/s) (200 m) /
6.85 m (+1.0 m/s) (long jump), 47.98 m (javelin), 2:12.56 (800 m)
5000 m walk (track) 20:01.80 Eleonora Giorgi   Italy 18 May 2014 Italian Clubs League Meet Misterbianco, Italy [79]
5 km walk (road) 19:46 Kjersti Plätzer   Norway 27 August 2006 Internationaler Geher-Cup Hildesheim, Germany
10000 m walk (track) 41:56.23 Nadezhda Ryashkina   Soviet Union 24 July 1990 Seattle, United States
10 km walk (road) 41:04 Yelena Nikolayeva   Russia 20 April 1996 Sochi, Russia
20000 m walk (track) 1:26:52.3 Olimpiada Ivanova   Russia 6 September 2001 Brisbane, Australia
20 km walk (road) 1:25:02 Elena Lashmanova   Russia 11 August 2012 Olympic Games London, United Kingdom [80]
1:23:39 Elena Lashmanova   Russia 9 June 2018 Russian Race Walking Championships Cheboksary, Russia [81]
1:24:31 Elena Lashmanova   Russia 18 February 2019 Russian Winter Race Walking Championships Sochi, Russia [82]
1:24:47 Elmira Alembekova   Russia 27 February 2015 Russian Race Walking Championships Sochi, Russia [83]
1:24:50 X Olimpiada Ivanova   Russia 4 March 2001 Adler, Russia
1:24:56 Olga Kaniskina   Russia 28 February 2009 Adler, Russia
1:24:58 Elena Lashmanova   Russia 25 June 2016 Russian Race Walking Championships Cheboksary, Russia [84]
35 km walk (road) 2:38:24 Klavdiya Afanasyeva   Russia 18 February 2019 Sochi, Russia
50 km walk (road) 4:04:50 Eleonora Giorgi   Italy 19 May 2019 European Cup Alytus, Lithuania [85]
3:57:08 #[d] Klavdiya Afanasyeva   Russia 15 June 2019 Russian Race Walking Championships Cheboksary, Russia [86]
4×100 m relay 41.37 Silke Gladisch
Sabine Rieger
Ingrid Auerswald
Marlies Göhr
  East Germany 6 October 1985 World Cup Canberra, Australia
4×200 m relay 1:28.15 Marlies Göhr
Romy Schneider-Müller
Bärbel Eckert-Wöckel
Marita Koch
  East Germany 9 August 1980 Jena, East Germany
4×400 m relay 3:15.17 Tatyana Ledovskaya
Olga Nazarova
Mariya Pinigina
Olga Bryzgina
  Soviet Union 1 October 1988 Olympic Games Seoul, South Korea
4×800 m relay 7:50.17 Nadezhda Olizarenko
Lyubov Gurina
Lyudmila Borisova
Irina Podyalovskaya
  Soviet Union 5 August 1984 Moscow, Soviet Union
Distance medley relay 10:45.32 Katarzyna Broniatowska (1200 m)
Monika Szczęsna (400 m)
Angelika Cichocka (800 m)
Sofia Ennaoui (1600 m)
  Poland 2 May 2015 IAAF World Relays Nassau, Bahamas [87]
4×1500 m relay 17:22.57 Polina Dontsova
Darya Yachmenyova
Galina Evsikova
Yuliya Fomenko
  Russia 7 September 2013 Russian Championships Adler, Russia
Marathon road relay (Ekiden) 2:14:51 Liliya Shobukhova
Inga Abitova
Olesya Syreva
Lidiya Grigoryeva
Galina Bogomolova
Mariya Konovalova
  Russia 23 November 2006 International Chiba Ekiden Chiba, Japan [88]

MixedEdit

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Ref
4×400 m relay 3:12.27 Rabah Yousif
Zoey Clark
Emily Diamond
Martyn Rooney
  Great Britain 29 September 2019 World Championships Doha, Qatar [89]
3:10.44 Dariusz KOWALUK
Iga BAUMGART-WITAN
Małgorzata HOŁUB-KOWALIK
Kajetan DUSZYŃSKI
  Poland 30 July 2021 Olympic Games Tokyo, Japan
3:09.87  Kajetan Duszyński
Natalia Kaczmarek
Justyna Święty-Ersetic
Karol Zalewski
  Poland 31 July 2021 Olympic Games Tokyo, Japan [90]

IndoorEdit

MenEdit

 
Dwain Chambers came back from a drug ban to run a clean 60 metres European record.
 
Colin Jackson's European and world record in the 60 metre hurdles remains unbeaten.
 
Kenyan-born Wilson Kipketer dominated the 800 metres records indoors and outdoors.
Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Ref Video
50 m 5.61 Manfred Kokot   East Germany 4 February 1973 East Berlin, East Germany
5.61+ Jason Gardener   Great Britain 16 February 2000 Madrid, Spain
60 m 6.42 Dwain Chambers   Great Britain 7 March 2009 European Championships Turin, Italy [91] [13]
200 m 20.25 Linford Christie   Great Britain 19 February 1995 Meeting Pas de Calais Liévin, France
400 m 45.05 Thomas Schönlebe   East Germany 5 February 1988 Sindelfingen, West Germany
Karsten Warholm   Norway 2 March 2019 European Championships Glasgow, United Kingdom [92]
800 m 1:42.67 Wilson Kipketer   Denmark 9 March 1997 World Championships Paris, France
1000 m 2:14.96 Wilson Kipketer   Denmark 20 February 2000 Aviva Indoor Grand Prix Birmingham, United Kingdom
1500 m 3:31.80 Jakob Ingebrigtsen   Norway 9 February 2021 Meeting Hauts-de-France Pas-de-Calais Liévin, France [93]
Mile 3:49.78 Eamonn Coghlan   Ireland 27 February 1983 East Rutherford, United States
3000 m 7:32.41 Sergio Sánchez   Spain 13 February 2010 Reunión Internacional Ciudad de Valencia Valencia, Spain [94]
5000 m 13:08.87 Marc Scott   Great Britain 28 February 2020 BU Last Chance Invitational Boston, United States [95]
50 m hurdles 6.36+ Ladji Doucouré   France 26 February 2005 Meeting Pas de Calais Liévin, France
60 m hurdles 7.30 Colin Jackson   Great Britain 6 March 1994 Sindelfingen, Germany
High jump 2.42 m Carlo Thränhardt   West Germany 26 February 1988 West Berlin, West Germany
2.42 m X Ivan Ukhov   Russia 25 February 2014 Prague Indoor Prague, Czech Republic [96]
Pole vault 6.18 m Armand Duplantis   Sweden 15 February 2020 Glasgow Indoor Grand Prix Glasgow, United Kingdom [97]
Long jump 8.71 m Sebastian Bayer   Germany 8 March 2009 European Championships Turin, Italy [98] [14]
Triple jump 17.92 m (2nd jump) Teddy Tamgho   France 6 March 2011 European Championships Paris, France [99][100] [15]
17.92 m (4th jump)
Shot put 22.55 m Ulf Timmermann   East Germany 11 February 1989 Senftenberg, East Germany
Heptathlon 6479 pts Kevin Mayer   France 4–5 March 2017 European Championships Belgrade, Serbia [101]
60m Long jump Shot put High jump 60m H Pole vault 1000m
6.95 7.54m 15.66m 2.10m 7.88 5.40m 2:41.08
5000 m walk 18:07.08 Mikhail Shchennikov   Russia 14 February 1995 Russian Winter Meeting Moscow, Russia
4×200 m relay 1:22.11 Linford Christie
Darren Braithwaite
Ade Mafe
John Regis
  Great Britain 3 March 1991 Glasgow, United Kingdom
4×400 m relay 3:01.77 Karol Zalewski
Rafał Omelko
Łukasz Krawczuk
Jakub Krzewina
  Poland 4 March 2018 World Championships Birmingham, United Kingdom [102]
4×800 m relay 7:17.8 h Valeriy Taratynov
Stanislav Meshcherskikh
Aleksey Taranov
Viktor Semyashkin
  Soviet Union 14 March 1971 Sofia, Bulgaria
7:15.77 Moskovskaya Region
Roman Trubetskoy
Dmitriy Bukreyev
Dmitriy Bogdanov
Yuriy Borzakovskiy
  Russia 10 February 2008 Moscow, Russia

WomenEdit

 
Susanna Kallur set the 60 metre hurdles world record in 2008.
 
Kajsa Bergqvist broke an indoor high jump world record that had lasted over a decade.
 
World indoor triple jump record holder Tatyana Lebedeva has medalled in the last 3 Olympics.
Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Ref Video
50 m 5.96+ Irina Privalova   Russia 9 February 1995 Madrid, Spain
60 m 6.92 Irina Privalova   Russia 11 February 1993 Madrid, Spain
9 February 1995 Madrid, Spain
200 m 22.10 Irina Privalova   Russia 19 February 1995 Meeting Pas de Calais Liévin, France
400 m 49.59 Jarmila Kratochvílová   Czechoslovakia 7 March 1982 European Championships Milan, Italy
800 m 1:55.82 Jolanda Čeplak   Slovenia 3 March 2002 European Championships Vienna, Austria
1000 m 2:31.93 Laura Muir   Great Britain 18 February 2017 Birmingham Indoor Grand Prix Birmingham, United Kingdom [103]
1500 m 3:57.91 Abeba Aregawi   Sweden 6 February 2014 XL Galan Stockholm, Sweden [104]
3:57.71 X Yelena Soboleva   Russia 9 March 2008 World Championships Valencia, Spain [105]
Mile 4:17.14 Doina Melinte   Romania 9 February 1990 East Rutherford, United States
3000 m 8:26.41 Laura Muir   Great Britain 4 February 2017 Weltklasse in Karlsruhe Karlsruhe, Germany [106]
5000 m 14:30.79 Konstanze Klosterhalfen   Germany 27 February 2020 BU Last Chance Invitational Boston, United States [107]
50 m hurdles 6.58 Cornelia Oschkenat   East Germany 20 February 1988 Berlin, East Germany
60 m hurdles 7.68 Susanna Kallur   Sweden 10 February 2008 BW-Bank Meeting Karlsruhe, Germany [16]
7.68 X [Note 2] Lyudmila Narozhilenko   Russia 2 March 1993 San Sebastián, Spain
7.66 X 4 March 1993 Seville, Spain
7.63 X 4 March 1993 Seville, Spain
High jump 2.08 m Kajsa Bergqvist   Sweden 4 February 2006 Hochsprung mit Musik Arnstadt, Germany
Pole vault 5.01 m Yelena Isinbayeva   Russia 23 February 2012 XL Galan Stockholm, Sweden [108][109]
Long jump 7.37 m Heike Drechsler   East Germany 13 February 1988 Vienna, Austria
Triple jump 15.36 m Tatyana Lebedeva   Russia 6 March 2004 World Championships Budapest, Hungary [110]
Shot put 22.50 m Helena Fibingerová   Czechoslovakia 19 February 1977 Jablonec, Czechoslovakia
Pentathlon 5013 pts Nataliya Dobrynska   Ukraine 9 March 2012 World Championships Istanbul, Turkey [111]
8.38 (60 m hurdles), 1.84 m (high jump), 16.51 m (shot put), 6.57 m (long jump), 2:11.15 (800 m)
Mile walk 6:16.72 WB Sada Eidikytė   Soviet Union 24 February 1990 Kaunas, Soviet Union [112]
3000 m walk 11:40.33 Claudia Stef   Romania 30 January 1999 Bucharest, Romania
11:35.34 [Note 3] Gillian O'Sullivan   Ireland 15 February 2003 Belfast, United Kingdom
Two miles walk 13:11.88 WB Ileana Salvador   Italy 14 February 1990 Genoa, Italy [113]
5000 m walk 20:10.3 WB Vera Sokolova   Russia 30 December 2010 Mordovian Championships Saransk, Russia [114]
10000 m walk 43:54.63 WB Yelena Ginko   Belarus 22 February 2008 Belarusian Championships Mogilev, Belarus
4×200 m relay 1:32.41 Yekaterina Kondratyeva
Irina Khabarova
Yuliya Pechonkina
Yuliya Gushchina
  Russia 29 January 2005 Aviva International Match Glasgow, United Kingdom
4×400 m relay 3:23.37 Yuliya Gushchina
Olga Kotlyarova
Olga Zaytseva
Olesya Krasnomovets
  Russia 28 January 2006 Aviva International Match Glasgow, United Kingdom
4×800 m relay 8:06.24 Team Moscow
Aleksandra Bulanova
Yekaterina Martynova
Yelena Kofanova
Anna Balakshina
  Russia 18 February 2011 Russian Championships Moscow, Russia [115]

European best (outdoor) for non-standard eventsEdit

MenEdit

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Ref
100 y 9.30 (+1.6 m/s) Linford Christie   Great Britain 8 July 1994   Edinburgh, Great Britain [116]
150 m (bend) 14.93+ (+0.3 m/s) John Regis   Great Britain 20 August 1993 World Championships Stuttgart, Germany
14.8 (ht) Pietro Mennea   Italy 3 September 1979 Cassino, Italy
200 m straight 20.48 (-0.6 m/s) Solomon Bockarie   Netherlands 4 September 2016 Urban Memorial Van Damme   Brussels, Belgium [117]
300 m 31.56 Douglas Walker   Great Britain 19 July 1998 Gateshead, United Kingdom
500 m (track) 1:00.08 Donato Sabia   Italy 26 May 1984   Busto Arsizio, Italy [118]
500 m (road) 57.91 Mark English   Ireland 10 September 2016 Great North CityGames   Newcastle, United Kingdom [119]
600 m 1:13.21 Pierre-Ambroise Bosse   France 5 June 2016 British Grand Prix   Birmingham, United Kingdom [120]
200 m hurdles "curve" 22.55 WB Laurent Ottoz   Italy 31 May 1995 Milan, Italy
22.5 (ht) Martin Lauer   West Germany 7 July 1959 Zürich, Switzerland
100000 m (track) 6:10:20 Don Ritchie   Great Britain 28 October 1978   London, United Kingdom
200 m Hurdles "straight" 22.10 (+2.0 m/s) WB Andy Turner   Great Britain 15 May 2011 Manchester City Games Manchester, United Kingdom [121]
1500 m walk (track) 5:12.0+ WB Antanas Grigaliūnas   Lithuania 12 May 1990 Vilnius, Lithuania [122]
Mile walk (track) 5:31.08 [WB] Tom Bosworth   Great Britain 9 July 2017 London Grand Prix   London, United Kingdom [123]
50-mile walk (road) 7:44:47.2 WB Shaul Ladany   Israel 1972 New Jersey, United States [124]
4×mile relay 15:49.08 Eamonn Coghlan
Ray Flynn
Frank O'Mara
Marcus O'Sullivan
  Ireland 17 August 1985 Dublin, Ireland [125]

WomenEdit

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Ref Video
100 y 10.45+ (+1.5 m/s) Yevgeniya Polyakova   Russia 27 May 2010 Golden Spike Ostrava Ostrava, Czech Republic [126]
150 m (straight) 16.57 (+1.1 m/s) Desiree Henry   Great Britain 10 September 2016 Great North CityGames Newcastle, United Kingdom [127]
200 m (straight) 23.29 (+0.2 m/s) Emily Freeman   Great Britain 16 May 2010 Manchester City Games Manchester, United Kingdom [128]
300 m 34.14+ Marita Koch   East Germany 6 October 1985 World Cup Canberra, Australia [17]
35.46 Kathy Cook   Great Britain 18 August 1984 London, United Kingdom
500 m 1:05.9 WB Tatana Kocembova   Czechoslovakia 2 August 1984 Ostrava, Czechoslovakia
600 m 1:23.78 Natalya Khrushchelyova   Russia 2 September 2003 Meeting de Liége Naimette-Xhovémont, Belgium [129]
200 m hurdles (bend) 24.8 (ht) (+0.4 m/s) Yadisleidy Pedroso   Italy 6 April 2013 Caserta, Italy [130]
25.82 (+1.7 m/s) Patricia Girard   France 22 September 1999 Nantes, France [131]
25.6 (ht) (-0,7 m/s) 23 August 2001 Nantes, France [132]
200 m hurdles (straight) 25.05 (+1.0 m/s) Meghan Beesley   Great Britain 17 May 2014 Manchester City Games Manchester, United Kingdom [133] [18]
300 m hurdles 38.16 Zuzana Hejnová   Czech Republic 2 August 2013 Grand Prix of Cheb Cheb, Czech Republic [134]
Decathlon 8358 pts WB Austra Skujytė   Lithuania 14–15 April 2005 Columbia, United States
12.49 (100 m), 46.19 m (discus), 3.10 m (pole vault), 48.78 m (javelin), 57.19 (400 m) /
14.22 (100 m hurdles), 6.12 m (long jump), 16.42 m (shot put), 1.78 m (high jump), 5:15.86 (1500 m)
3000 m walk (track) 11:48.24 WB Ileana Salvador   Italy 29 August 1993 Padua, Italy [135]

European best (indoor) for non-standard eventsEdit

MenEdit

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Ref Video
55 m 6.13 A Frank Emmelmann   East Germany 3 February 1984 Albuquerque, United States [136]
150 m 15.53 OT Rytis Sakalauskas   Lithuania 11 February 2010 Botnia Games Korsholm, Finland [137][138]
300 m 32.15 Pavel Maslák   Czech Republic 9 February 2014 Indoor Flanders Meeting Ghent, Belgium [139]
500 m 1:00.36 Pavel Maslák   Czech Republic 25 February 2014 Prague Indoor Prague, Czech Republic [140]
600 m 1:15.12 Nico Motchebon   Germany 28 February 1999 Sindelfingen, Germany [141]
2000 m 4:52.90 Sergio Sánchez   Spain 23 January 2010 Oviedo, Spain [142] [19]
Two miles 8:03.40 [WB] Mo Farah   Great Britain 21 February 2015 Birmingham Indoor Grand Prix Birmingham, United Kingdom [143]
10000 m 28:12.4 (ht) Emiel Puttemans   Belgium 22 February 1975 Pantin, France
55 m hurdles 7.01 Stéphane Caristan   France 27 February 1987 USA Championships New York City, United States [144] [20]
300 m hurdles 34.26 OT [WB] Karsten Warholm   Norway 10 February 2018 Avoimet Pirkanmaan Tampere, Finland [145]
400 m hurdles 50.21 Richard Yates   Great Britain 19 February 2011 Aviva Indoor Grand Prix Birmingham, United Kingdom [146][147] [21]
2000 m steeplechase 5:21.56 Andrei Farnosov   Russia 14 February 2010 Indoor Flanders Meeting Ghent, Belgium [148][149]
3000 m steeplechase 8:17.46 [WB] Aleksandr Zagoruyko   Soviet Union 21 February 1982 Moscow, Soviet Union [150]
Weight throw 25.68 m Libor Charfreitag   Slovakia 5 March 2005 Sterling, United States
Discus throw 69.51 m [WB] Gerd Kanter   Estonia 22 March 2009 World Record Indoor Challenge Växjö, Sweden [151] [22]
Javelin throw 85.78 m (Current design) Matti Närhi   Finland 3 March 1996 Kajaani, Finland [152]
Mile walk 5:34.45 Andreas Gustafson   Sweden 15 February 2014 Millrose Games New York City, United States [153]
3000 m walk 10:30.28 [WB] Tom Bosworth   Great Britain 25 February 2018 Glasgow Grand Prix Glasgow, United Kingdom [154]
Two Miles walk 11:54.50 [WB] Valdas Kazlauskas   Soviet Union 24 February 1990 Kaunas, Soviet Union [155]
15000 m walk 1:00:03.9 [WB] Valdas Kazlauskas   Soviet Union 24 January 1987 Kaunas, Soviet Union [156]
20000 m walk 1:20:40.0 OT [WB] Ronald Weigel   East Germany 27 January 1980 Senftenberg, East Germany

WomenEdit

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Ref Video
55 m 6.62 [e] Marlies Göhr   East Germany 28 February 1986 New York City, United States [157]
100 y 10.67 Heather Hunte   Great Britain 17 February 1978 Senftenberg, East Germany [158]
100 m 11.15 WB Marita Koch   East Germany 12 January 1980 East Berlin, East Germany
300 m 35.45 WB Irina Privalova   Russia 17 January 1993 Moscow, Russia
500 m 1:06.31 WB Olesya Krasnomovets   Russia 7 January 2006 Yekaterinburg, Russia [159]
600 m 1:23.44 WB Olga Kotlyarova   Russia 1 February 2004 Russian Winter Meeting Moscow, Russia
2000 m 5:30.53 Gabriela Szabo   Romania 8 March 1998 Sindelfingen, Germany [160]
Two miles 9:19.39 Jéssica Augusto   Portugal 20 February 2010 AVIVA Indoor Grand Prix Birmingham, United Kingdom [161]
Marathon 2:42:30 Laura Manninen   Finland 25 March 2017 The Armory Indoor Marathon New York City, United States [162]
55 m hurdles 7.37 Cornelia Oschkenat   East Germany 27 February 1987 USA Championships New York City, United States [163] [23]
300 m hurdles 40.09 OT WB Stine Tomb   Norway 5 February 2011 Finland-Sweden-Norway Indoor Match Tampere, Finland [164][165] [24]
400 m hurdles 56.66 Sara Slott Petersen   Denmark 18 February 2012 Meeting National Val-de-Reuil, France [166][167]
2000 m steeplechase 5:47.79 Maruša Mišmaš   Slovenia 19 February 2020 Meeting Hauts de France Pas de Calais Liévin, France [168]
3000 m steeplechase 9:07.00 WB Tatyana Petrova   Russia 17 February 2006 Moscow, Russia
9:54.2 WB [Note 4] Marcela Lustigova   Czech Republic 11 February 2010 Botnia Games Korsholm, Finland [169][170]
Weight throw 23.73 m Ida Storm   Sweden 15 February 2017 Malmö, Sweden [171]
Discus throw 64.03 m Mx WB Shanice Craft   Germany 14 February 2020 ISTAF Indoor Berlin, Germany [172]
Javelin throw 57.75 m (Current design) Anna Wessman   Sweden 10 March 2012 World Indoor Throwing Växjö, Sweden [173]
64.68 m (Old design) Mikaela Ingberg   Finland 5 March 1995 Kajaani, Finland
4×100 m relay 44.39 Anne-Kathrin Elbe
Anne Möllinger
Cathleen Tschirch
Marion Wagner
  Germany 31 January 2010 BW-Bank Meeting Karlsruhe, Germany [174]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Not ratified because it did not fulfil the criteria of having the required three international judges present.
  2. ^ Athlete failed a doping test.
  3. ^ No international judges.
  4. ^ This is the fastest indoor steeplechase with a water-jump.
  1. ^ outdoor best; indoor mark ratified as absolute record
  2. ^ Not ratified due to lack of doping control.
  3. ^ Not ratified due to lack of international judges.
  4. ^ Not ratified by World Athletics due to lack of international judges.
  5. ^ Converted from a time for the slightly shorter 60 yards by adding 0.01

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