List of Finnish records in athletics

The following are the national records in athletics in Finland maintained by Finland's national athletics federation: Suomen Urheiluliitto (SUL).

Starting in 2016, Finnish indoor records superior to the outdoor record in the same event will be considered national records both indoors and outdoors. This rule only applies to records set in 2016 or later, and is not retroactively applied to older indoor records.[note 1]

OutdoorEdit

Key to tables:   Awaiting ratification   Record not kept by SUL   Not ratified or later rescinded by SUL

+ = en route to a longer distance
A = affected by altitude
h = hand timing
OT = oversized track (> 200m in circumference)
X = annulled after doping revelations

MenEdit

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 10.21 (+0.5 m/s) Tommi Hartonen 26 June 2001 Vaasa, Finland
150 m 15.53 (+0.5 m/s) Tuukka Huuskola 11 June 2020 Espoo, Finland [2]
200 m 20.47 (-0.2 m/s) Tommi Hartonen 27 September 2000 Olympic Games Sydney, Australia
300 m 33.2 h Markku Kukkoaho 27 May 1976 Kuopio, Finland
33.63 A Oskari Mörö 29 January 2015 Potchefstroom, South Africa
400 m 45.49 Markku Kukkoaho 7 September 1972 Olympic Games Munich, West Germany
500 m 1:02.52 Olli Turunen 30 May 1989 Helsinki, Finland
600 m 1:16.93 Mikko Lahtio 5 August 2009 Lahti, Finland
800 m 1:44.10 Ari Suhonen 16 August 1989 Weltklasse Zürich Zürich, Switzerland
1000 m 2:16.88 Ari Suhonen 19 August 1987 Lahti, Finland
1500 m 3:36.33 Pekka Vasala 10 September 1972 Olympic Games Munich, West Germany
3:36.3 h Antti Loikkanen 16 June 1980 Imatra, Finland
Mile 3:55.65 Ari Paunonen 26 June 1977 London, United Kingdom
2000 m 5:00.32 Jukka Keskisalo 25 July 2009 Lapinlahti, Finland
3000 m 7:43.2 h Lasse Virén 27 July 1972 Oulu, Finland
7:43.20 Ari Paunonen 22 June 1977 Cologne, West Germany
Two miles 8:14.0 h Lasse Virén 14 August 1972 Stockholm, Sweden
5000 m 13:16.3 h Lasse Virén 14 September 1972 Helsinki, Finland
13:16.02 X Martti Vainio 28 June 1984 Oslo, Norway
10000 m 27:30.99 Martti Vainio 29 August 1978 European Championships Prague, Czechoslovakia
10 km (road) 28:31 Janne Holmén 31 December 2002 San Silvestre Vallecana Madrid, Spain
15 km (road) 43:56 Risto Ulmala 15 February 1992 Tampa, United States
20 km (road) 58:49 Jussi Utriainen 9 March 2003 Alphen aan den Rijn, Netherlands
One hour 20296 m Seppo Tuominen 2 October 1971 Colombes, France
Half marathon 1:02:50 Jussi Utriainen 27 March 2011 Venloop Venlo, Netherlands [3]
25 km (road) 1:15:15 Esko Lipsonen 30 April 1978 Helsinki, Finland
30 km (road) 1:35:43 Max Holmnäs 14 October 1973 Handen, Sweden
Marathon 2:10:46 Janne Holmén 13 April 2008 Rotterdam Marathon Rotterdam, Netherlands
100 km 6:46:16 Henri Ansio 27 November 2016 Los Alcázares, Spain
110 m hurdles 13.31 (-0.3 m/s) Elmo Lakka 2 June 2021 Motonet GP Jyväskylä, Finland [4]
200 m hurdles 23.24 (+0.3 m/s) Oskari Mörö 7 June 2020 Uusi Alku Meeting Lahti, Finland [5]
300 m hurdles 36.04 Ismo Hämeenniemi 26 May 1992 Helsinki, Finland
400 m hurdles 49.04 Oskari Mörö 15 August 2016 Olympic Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [6]
3000 m steeplechase 8:10.67 Jukka Keskisalo 28 August 2009 Weltklasse Zürich Zürich, Switzerland [7]
High jump 2.31 m Mika Polku 22 July 2000 Viitasaari, Finland
Toni Huikuri 11 June 2002 Bratislava, Slovakia
Pole vault 5.82 m Jani Lehtonen 26 June 1993 Kuortane, Finland
Long jump 8.27 m (+1.8 m/s) Kristian Pulli 11 June 2020 Espoo, Finland [8]
Triple jump 17.14 m (-0.5 m/s) Simo Lipsanen 16 July 2017 European U23 Championships Bydgoszcz, Poland [9]
Shot put 21.69 m Reijo Ståhlberg 5 May 1979 Fresno, United States
Discus throw 69.97 m Frantz Kruger 15 September 2007 Helsingborg, Sweden
Hammer throw 83.30 m Olli-Pekka Karjalainen 14 July 2004 Lahti, Finland
Javelin throw 93.09 m Aki Parviainen 26 June 1999 Kuortane, Finland
Weight throw 22.13 m Juha Tiainen 30 June 1990 Mäntyharju, Finland
Decathlon 8730 pts Eduard Hämäläinen 5–6 August 1997 World Championships Athens, Finland
10.81 (+0.8 m/s) (100 m), 7.56 m (+0.9 m/s) (long jump), 15.71 m (shot put), 1.97 m (high jump), 46.71 (400 m) /
13.74 (+0.8 m/s) (110 m hurdles), 50.50 m (discus), 5.20 m (pole vault), 59.82 m (javelin), 4:37.10 (1500 m)
3000 m walk (track) 11:19.49 Reima Salonen 9 June 1989 Helsinki, Finland
5000 m walk (track) 18:43.17 Aku Partanen 13 June 2018 Espoo, Finland [10]
10000 m walk (track) 38:44.13 Aku Partanen 1 September 2018 Finland-Sweden Athletics International Tampere, Finland [11]
10 km walk (road) 38:59 Aku Partanen 14 April 2012 Tuusula, Finland [12]
20000 m walk (track) 1:22:22.6 h Valentin Kononen 6 June 1993 Kangasniemi, Finland
20 km walk (road) 1:20:42 Valentin Kononen 7 May 2000 Heinola, Finland
1:19:52 Reima Salonen 21 June 1986 Pihtipudas, Finland
30 km walk (road) 2:07:04 Aku Partanen 17 June 2018 Espoo, Finland [13]
50 km walk (road) 3:39:34 Valentin Kononen 26 March 2000 Dudinská Päťdesiatka Dudince, Slovakia
4 × 100 m relay 38.92   Finland
Eetu Rantala
Otto Ahlfors
Oskari Lehtonen (athlete)
Samuel Purola [fi]
12 August 2018 European Championships Berlin, Germany [14]
4 × 400 m relay 3:01.12   Finland
Stig Lönnqvist
Ari Salin
Ossi Karttunen
Markku Kukkoaho
10 September 1972 Olympic Games Munich, West Germany

WomenEdit

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 11.13 (+1.0 m/s) Helinä Marjamaa 19 July 1983 Lahti, Finland
150 m 17.47 (+1.9 m/s) Sari Keskitalo 29 July 2007 Rovaniemi, Finland
200 m 22.39 (+0.6 m/s) Mona-Lisa Pursiainen 20 August 1973 Moscow, Soviet Union
300 m 37.48 Riitta Salin 26 June 1976 London, United Kingdom
400 m 50.14 Riitta Salin 4 September 1974 European Championships Rome, Italy
500 m 1:19.1 h Helle Aro 26 April 1993 Vantaa, Finland
600 m 1:29.41 Mari Järvenpää 12 August 2006 Rauma, Finland
800 m 1:59.41 Sara Kuivisto 31 July 2021 Olympic Games Tokyo, Japan [15]
1000 m 2:39.14 Sara Kuivisto 2 September 2020 Porvoo, Finland
1500 m 4:02.35 Sara Kuivisto 4 August 2021 Olympic Games Tokyo, Japan [16]
Mile 4:23.38 Kristiina Mäki 3 September 2021 Brussels, Belgium
2000 m 5:42.71 Kristiina Mäki 17 June 2014 Golden Spike Ostrava Ostrava, Czech Republic [17][18]
3000 m 8:41.30 Päivi Tikkanen 26 August 1991 World Championships Tokyo, Japan
Two miles 9:41.36 Annemari Sandell 8 June 1996 Tornio, Finland
5000 m 14:56.22 Annemari Sandell 8 July 1996 Stockholm, Sweden
10000 m 31:40.42 Annemari Sandell 27 July 1996 Olympic Games Atlanta, United States
10 km (road) 31:59 Johanna Peiponen 28 May 2016 Oulu Terwahölkkä Oulu, Finland [19]
15 km (road) 49:17 Annemari Sandell 16 November 1997 Nijmegen, Netherlands
Half marathon 1:10:04 Annemari Sandell 27 September 1998 Uster, Switzerland
Marathon 2:28:00 Ritva Lemettinen 2 April 1995 London Marathon London, United Kingdom
100 m hurdles 12.72 (+1.3 m/s) Annimari Korte 24 July 2019 Motonet Grand Prix Joensuu, Finland [20]
200 m hurdles 26.65 (-0.9 m/s) Nooralotta Neziri 11 June 2020 Impossible Games Oslo, Norway [21]
300 m hurdles 39.53 Tuija Helander 30 May 1989 Helsinki, Finland
400 m hurdles 54.62 Tuija Helander 3 September 1987 World Championships Rome, Italy
2000 m steeplechase 6:18.09 Johanna Lehtinen 17 July 2006 Tampere, Finland
3000 m steeplechase 9:24.70 Sandra Eriksson 12 July 2014 Glasgow Grand Prix Glasgow, Great Britain [22]
High jump 1.95 m Ella Junnila 3 July 2019 Yleisurheilun GP-kisat Tampere, Finland [23]
Pole vault 4.72 m Wilma Murto 29 August 2021 Finnish Championships Tampere, Finland [24]
Long jump 6.85 m (+0.8 m/s) Ringa Ropo-Junnila 9 August 1990 Lahti, Finland
Triple jump 14.63 m (+1.0 m/s) Senni Salminen 19 June 2021 European Team Championships Cluj-Napoca, Romania [25]
Shot put 18.57 m Asta Ovaska 20 August 1989 Stockholm, Sweden
Discus throw 67.02 m Ulla Lundholm 23 August 1983 Helsinki, Finland
Hammer throw 73.43 m Silja Kosonen 28 June 2021 Vaasa, Finland [26]
Javelin throw 64.90 m Paula Huhtaniemi 10 August 2003 Helsinki, Finland
Weight throw 21.47 m Suvi Koskinen 14 September 2019 Kurikka, Finland
Heptathlon 6404 pts Satu Ruotsalainen 26–27 August 1991 World Championships Tokyo, Japan
13.54 (+1.1 m/s) (100 m hurdles), 1.88 m (high jump), 12,46 m (shot put), 24.20 (+0.2 m/s) (200 m),
6.18 m (0.0 m/s) (long jump), 47.04 m (javelin), 2:13.24 (800 m)
3000 m walk (track) 11:59.60 Sari Essayah 27 June 1993 Lapinlahti, Finland
5000 m walk (track) 20:28.62 Sari Essayah 9 July 1994 Tuusula, Finland
5 km walk (road) 21:15.6 Sari Essayah 12 August 1989 Lapinlahti, Finland
10000 m walk (track) 42:37.0 h Sari Essayah 8 May 1993 Fana, Norway
10 km walk (road) 42:20 Sari Essayah 7 August 1995 World Championships Gothenburg, Sweden
20 km walk (road) 1:32:05 Sari Essayah 5 May 1996 Vantaa, Finland
50 km walk (road) 4:29:25 Tiia Kuikka 19 May 2019 European Cup Alytus, Lithuania [27]
4 × 100 m relay 43.37   Finland
Anu Pirttimaa
Sisko Hanhijoki
Sanna Hernesniemi
Marja Salmela
21 August 1993 World Championships Stuttgart, Germany
4 × 400 m relay 3:25.7   Finland
Marika Eklund
Mona-Lisa Pursiainen
Pirjo Häggman
Riitta Salin
8 September 1974 European Championships Rome, Italy

IndoorEdit

MenEdit

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref Video
50 m 5.77 Markus Pöyhönen 23 February 2003 Liévin, France
60 m 6.58 Markus Pöyhönen 4 March 2003 Helsinki, Finland
14 March 2003 World Championships Birmingham, United Kingdom
6.4 h Erik Gustafsson 26 February 1972 Turku, Finland
100 m 10.36 Joni Rautanen 12 February 2009 Korsholm, Finland
150 m 15.93 OT Jonathan Åstrand 11 February 2010 Botnia Games Korsholm, Finland
200 m 20.72 Jonathan Åstrand 9 February 2013 Växjö, Sweden [28]
300 m 33.04 OT Juha Pyy 25 February 1986 Luleå, Sweden
400 m 47.09 Jussi Heikkilä 2 March 2008 SEC Championships Fayetteville, United States
46.79 OT Juha Pyy 27 February 1988 Tampere, Finland
600 m 1:19.14 Esko Parpala 12 February 1994 Rovaniemi, Finland
800 m 1:47.36 Markku Taskinen 12 March 1978 European Championships Milan, Italy
1:47.06 OT Wilson Kirwa 13 February 2000 Kuopio, Finland
1:47.21 OT Ari Suhonen 13 February 1988 Tampere, Finland
1000 m 2:22.74 Wilson Kirwa 21 February 2001 Athens, Greece
1500 m 3:38.16 Antti Loikkanen 12 March 1978 European Championships Milan, Italy
Mile 3:58.20 Antti Loikkanen 20 January 1979 Los Angeles, United States
2000 m 5:20.18 Jukka Tammisuo 13 February 1996 Jyväskylä, Finland
3000 m 7:52.97 Pekka Paivarinta 11 March 1973 European Championships Rotterdam, Netherlands
7:51.69 OT Samuli Vasala 10/11 February 1997 Tampere, Finland
Two miles 8:43.4 h Ari Paunonen 1 February 1980 Inglewood, United States
5000 m 13:47.94 Hannu Okkola 13 February 1983 Espoo, Finland
10000 m 29:05.6 h Seppo Tuominen 17 February 1974 Vierumäki, Heinola rural municipality, Finland
50 m hurdles 6.47 Arto Bryggare 22 February 1981 Grenoble, France
60 m hurdles 7.56 Arto Bryggare 6 March 1983 European Championships Budapest, Hungary
22 February 1987 Meeting Pas de Calais Liévin, France
300 m hurdles 35.56 OT Petteri Pulkkinen 11 February 1995 Tampere, Finland [29]
110 m hurdles 13.58 Arto Bryggare 30 December 1982 Lahti, Finland
400 m hurdles 50.59 OT Jussi Heikkilä 9 February 2005 Botnia Games Korsholm, Finland [30]
High jump 2.33 m [31] Osku Torro 5 February 2011 Finland–Sweden–Norway Indoor Match Tampere, Finland [32][33] [1]
Pole vault 5.83 m Jani Lehtonen 8 March 1994 Stockholm, Sweden
Long jump 8.24 m Kristian Pulli 5 March 2021 European Championships Toruń, Poland [34]
Triple jump 16.98 m Simo Lipsanen 10 February 2019 Meeting Pas de Calais Liévin, France [35]
Shot put 22.09 m [36] Mika Halvari 7 February 2000 Tampere, Finland
Weight throw 21.84 m Marko Wahlman 13 February 1993 Indianapolis, United States
Discus throw 64.00 m Frantz Kruger 18 February 2008 Botnia Games Korsholm, Finland [37]
Javelin throw 85.78 m Matti Närhi 3 March 1996 Kajaani, Finland [38][39][40]
Heptathlon 5810 pts Vesa Rantanen 10–11 February 2001 Jyväskylä, Finland
7.12 (60 m), 6.83 m (long jump), 10.74 m (shot put), 2.06 m (high jump), 8.03 (60 m hurdles), 5.50 m (pole vault), 2:49.94 (1000 m)
5866 pts h Johannes Lahti 31 January-1 February 1980 Heinola, Finland
6.7 (60 m), 7.05 m (long jump), 14.91 m (shot put), 2.08 m (high jump), 8.2 (60 m hurdles), 4.60 m (pole vault), 2:45.8 (1000 m)
6026 pts OT Petri Keskitalo 11–12 February 1995 Kuopio, Finland
6.96 (60 m), 7.41 m (long jump), 15.37 m (shot put), 1.89 m (high jump), 7.00 (60 m hurdles), 5.10 m (pole vault), 2:49.20 (1000 m)
3000 m walk 10:56.88 Reima Salonen 5 February 1984 Turku, Finland
5000 m walk 18:47.26 Valentin Kononen 13 February 1999 Jyväskylä, Finland
10000 m walk 38:46.0 h Reima Salonen 9 March 1988 Turku, Finland
4 × 200 m relay 1:26.21   Finland 24 February 2001 Umeå, Sweden
4 × 400 m relay 3:18.16 IF Närpes Kraft
Staffan Holmberg
Stefan Ivars
Thomas Asp
Hans Nordman
27 February 1994 Jyväskylä, Finland

WomenEdit

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
50 m 6.25 Heidi Hannula 3 March 2006 Liévin, France
60 m 7.16 Lotta Kemppinen 20 February 2021 Finnish Championships Jyväskylä, Finland [41]
100 m 11.41 Johanna Manninen 14 February 2004 Tampere, Finland
200 m 23.03 Sanna Hernesniemi-Kyllönen 14 March 1993 World Championships Toronto, Canada
300 m 37.81 Ella Räsänen 27 February 2011 Helsinki, Finland
400 m 52.37 Ella Räsänen 1 March 2013 European Championships Gothenburg, Sweden [42]
600 m 1:32.33 Kristiina Halonen 19 January 2019 Jyväskylä, Finland
1:28.65 OT Sara Kuivisto 14 February 2021 Pajulahti, Finland [citation needed]
800 m 2:03.29 Sara Kuivisto 13 February 2021 Helsinki, Finland [43]
1000 m 2:42.33 Marjo Venäläinen 25 February 1999 Stockholm, Sweden
1500 m 4:11.42 Sara Kuivisto 20 February 2021 Finnish Championships Jyväskylä, Finland [44]
4:09.56 Kristiina Mäki [a] 21 February 2020 Villa de Madrid Indoor Meeting Madrid, Spain [45]
Mile 4:30.91 Sandra Eriksson 17 February 2016 Globen Galan Stockholm, Sweden [46]
2000 m 5:50.26 Johanna Lehtinen 6 February 2005 Leipzig, Germany
3000 m 8:54.06 Sandra Eriksson 7 March 2015 European Championships Prague, Czech Republic [47]
5000 m 16:16.13 Minna Rasimus 5 February 1999 Indianapolis, United States
16:09.36 OT Minttu Hukka 29 January 2016 University of Washington Invitational Seattle, United States [48]
Marathon 2:42:30 Laura Manninen 25 March 2017 The Armory Indoor Marathon New York City, United States [49]
50 m hurdles 7.68 Marianne Mattas 15 February 1996 Vaasa, Finland
7.2 h Ritva Valkeinen 13 March 1983 Laukaa, Finland
60 m hurdles 7.91 Nooralotta Neziri 5 February 2021 ISTAF Indoor Berlin, Germany [50]
7.91 Nooralotta Neziri 9 February 2021 Meeting Hauts-de-France Pas-de-Calais Liévin, France [51]
300 m hurdles 40.97 OT Viivi Lehikoinen 16 February 2020 Tampere, Finland
400 m hurdles 58.68 OT Emma Millard 22 February 2009 Korsholm, Finland
High jump 1.96 m Ella Junnila 7 March 2021 European Championships Toruń, Poland [52]
Pole vault 4.71 m Wilma Murto 31 January 2016 Zweibrücken Meeting Zweibrücken, Germany [53]
Long jump 6.78 m Ringa Ropo-Junnila 19 February 1991 GE Galan Stockholm, Sweden
Triple jump 14.38 m Kristiina Mäkelä 8 February 2019 Villa de Madrid Indoor Meeting Madrid, Spain [54]
Shot put 17.84 m Asta Hovi-Ovaska 23 February 1986 European Championships Madrid, Spain
Weight throw 19.77 m Sara Killinen 25 February 2021 ACC Championships Clemson, United States [55]
Discus throw 60.67 m Sanna Kämäräinen 8 February 2014 Indoor Match FIN-SWE-NOR-DEN/ISL Tampere, Finland [56][57]
Javelin throw 61.29 m Taina Uppa 28 February 1999 Korsholm, Finland [58]
64.68 m (Old design) Mikaela Ingberg 5 March 1995 Kajaani, Finland
Pentathlon 4580 pts Tiia Hautala 25 February 2000 European Championships Ghent, Belgium
8.36 (60 m hurdles), 1.77 m (high jump), 13.92 m (shot put), 6.26 m (long jump), 2:16.48 (800 m)
3000 m walk 12:06.10 Sari Essayah 13 March 1993 World Championships Toronto, Canada
5000 m walk 24:17.41 Heli Nevanpää 3 February 1990 Turku, Finland
4 × 200 m relay 1:37.57   Finland 11 February 2012 Steinkjer, Norway
4 × 400 m relay 3:55.20 Lappeenrannan Urheilu-Miehet
Stiina Rossi
Marjut Töyli
Hanna Häkkinen
Annika Kumlin
27 February 1994 Jyväskylä, Finland

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Finnish-born with dual citizenship who represents the Czech Republic in international competitions
  1. ^ In accordance with this rule, the indoor marks of Wilma Murto in women's pole vault and Sandra Eriksson in women's mile run are considered Finnish records both indoors and outdoors, while the indoor records of Mika Halvari in men's shot put, Osku Torro in men's high jump and Jani Lehtonen in men's pole vault are not considered national outdoor records.[1]

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