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List of German records in athletics

The following are the national records in athletics in Germany maintained by its national athletics federation, Deutscher Leichtathletik-Verband (DLV).

The lists do differ according to whether a German athlete started at the time of preparation of the relevant records for the Association of Germany (DLV) or the German Democratic Republic (DVfL).

In 2006 the DLV extended its list of records with a preamble:

"According to present evidence the following list includes some record holders suspected of having violated anti-doping rules during their sporting career. In addition, a part of the records was achieved with a basis of forced doping and doping in the form of bodily harm. (...) A deletion of such records is not possible for legal reasons."[1]

In 2010 Gesine Walther had her name removed from the 4 × 400 m relay record, because it was by her own admission achieved by doping. She said she would "feel responsible should young athletes use drugs in an effort to try to beat this record."[2][3]

OutdoorEdit

Key to tables:   Awaiting ratification   Record not kept by DLV   not ratified or later rescinded by DLV

+ = en route to a longer distance
ht = hand timing
mx = mark was made in a mixed race/competition
OT = oversized track (> 200m in circumference)

MenEdit

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref Video
100 y 9.53+ (+0.8 m/s) Julian Reus 27 June 2013 Golden Spike Ostrava   Ostrava, Czech Republic [4]
100 m 10.01 (+1.8 m/s) Julian Reus 29 July 2016 DLV Olympia-Verabschiedung   Mannheim, Germany [5]
200 m 20.20 (+0.7 m/s) Tobias Unger 3 July 2005 German Championships   Wattenscheid, Germany [6]
300 m 32.45 Hartmut Weber 4 June 1982   Dormagen, West Germany
400 m 44.33 Thomas Schönlebe 3 September 1987 World Championships   Rome, Italy
500 m 1:00.35 Hartmut Weber 8 May 1983   Nußdorf, West Germany
600 m 1:15.1 Edgar Itt 19 April 1994   Mainz, Germany
800 m 1:43.65 Willi Wülbeck 9 August 1983 World Championships   Helsinki, Finland
1000 m 2:14.53 Willi Wülbeck 1 July 1980 Bislett Games   Oslo, Norway
1500 m 3:31.58 Thomas Wessinghage 27 August 1980   Koblenz, West Germany
Mile 3:49.22 Jens-Peter Herold 2 July 1988 Bislett Games   Oslo, Norway
2000 m 4:52.20 Thomas Wessinghage 31 August 1982   Ingelheim, West Germany
3000 m 7:30.50 Dieter Baumann 8 August 1998 Herculis   Fontvieille, Monaco
5000 m 12:54.70 Dieter Baumann 13 August 1997 Weltklasse Zürich   Zürich, Switzerland
10000 m 27:21.53 Dieter Baumann 5 April 1997   Baracaldo, Spain
10 km (road) 27:47 Carsten Eich 10 April 1993 Paderborner Osterlauf   Paderborn, Germany
15 km (road) 43:45 Jürgen Haase 21 April 1974   Sachsenhausen, East Germany
20000 m (track) 58:30.2+ Werner Schildhauer 29 April 1983   Cottbus, East Germany
20 km (road) 59:00 Stephan Freigang 13 March 1994 20 van Alphen   Alphen aan den Rijn, Netherlands
One hour 20536 m Werner Schildhauer 29 April 1983   Cottbus, East Germany
Half marathon 1:00:34 Carsten Eich 4 April 1993   Berlin, Germany
25000 m (track) 1:13:57.6+ Stephane Franke 30 March 1999   Walnut, United States
25 km (road) 1:13:58 Karl Fleschen 16 April 1978   Frankenberg (Eder), West Germany
30000 m (track) 1:33:35,6 Stephane Franke 30 March 1999   Walnut, United States
30 km (road) 1:30:35+ Arne Gabius 25 October 2015 Frankfurt Marathon   Frankfurt, Germany [7]
Marathon 2:08:33 Arne Gabius 25 October 2015 Frankfurt Marathon   Frankfurt, Germany [8]
100 km (road) 6:24:29 Kazimierz Bak 26 June 1994   Saroma, Japan
110 m hurdles 13.05 (−0.8 m/s) Florian Schwarthoff 2 July 1995 German Championships   Bremen, Germany
200 m hurdles 22.5 (ht) Martin Lauer 7 July 1959   Zürich, Switzerland
300 m hurdles 34.7 (ht) Thomas Goller 13 May 2001   Pliezhausen, Germany
400 m hurdles 47.48 Harald Schmid 8 September 1982   Athens, Greece
2000 m steeplechase 5:25.55 Marc Ostendarp 26 August 1998   Rovereto, Italy
3000 m steeplechase 8:09.48 Damian Kallabis 11 August 1999 Weltklasse Zürich   Zürich, Switzerland
High jump 2.37 m Carlo Thränhardt 2 September 1984 IAAF Grand Prix   Rieti, Italy
Pole vault 6.01 m Björn Otto 5 September 2012 Domspringen   Aachen, Germany [9] [1]
Long jump 8.54 m (+0.9 m/s) Lutz Dombrowski 28 July 1980 Olympic Games   Moscow, Soviet Union
Triple jump 17.66 m (+1.7 m/s) Ralf Jaros 30 June 1991   Frankfurt, Germany
Shot put 23.06 m Ulf Timmermann 22 May 1988   Chania, Greece [2]
Discus throw 74.08 m Jürgen Schult 6 June 1986   Neubrandenburg, East Germany [3]
Hammer throw 83.40 m Ralf Haber 16 May 1988   Athens, Greece
Javelin throw 94.44 m Johannes Vetter 11 July 2017 Spitzen Leichtathletik Luzern   Lucerne, Switzerland [10]
104.80 m (Old design) Uwe Hohn 20 July 1984   East Berlin, East Germany [4]
Decathlon 8832 pts Jürgen Hingsen 8–9 June 1984   Mannheim, West Germany
10.70w (100 m), 7.76 m (long jump), 16.42 m (shot put), 2.07 m (high jump), 48.05 (400 m) /
14.07 (110 m hurdles), 49.36 m (discus), 4.90 m (pole vault), 59.86 m (javelin), 4:19.75 (1500 m)
10000 m walk (track) 38:12.13 Ronald Weigel 11 May 1986   Potsdam, East Germany
20000 m walk (track) 1:19:18.3 Ronald Weigel 26 May 1990   Bergen, Norway
20 km walk (road) 1:18:42 Andreas Erm 17 June 2000   Eisenhüttenstadt, Germany
Christopher Linke 8 June 2019 Gran Premio Cantones de Marcha   A Coruña, Spain [11]
Two Hours walk (track) 27153 m Bernd Kannenberg 11 April 1974   Kassel, West Germany
30000 m walk (track) 2:11:52.8 Robert Ihly 4 September 1992   Biesheim, Germany
50000 m walk (track) 3:52:46.6 Robert Ihly 29 September 1996   Héricourt, France
50 km walk (road) 3:37:46 Andreas Erm 27 August 2003 World Championships   Paris, France [12]
4 × 100 m relay 38.02   Germany
Julian Reus
Tobias Unger
Alexander Kosenkow
Lucas Jakubczyk
27 July 2012 Olympiaverabschiedung   Weinheim, Germany [13]
4 × 200 m relay 1:21.26   Germany
Maurice Huke
Patrick Domogala
Aleixo-Platini Menga
Robin Erewa
12 May 2019 IAAF World Relays   Yokohama, Japan [14]
4 × 400 m relay 2:59.86   East Germany
Frank Möller
Mathias Schersing
Jens Carlowitz
Thomas Schönlebe
23 June 1985   Erfurt, East Germany
4 × 800 m relay 7:08.6   West Germany
Kinder
Adams
Bogatzki
Kemper
13 August 1966   Wiesbaden, West Germany
Distance medley relay 9:24.37   Germany
Sebastian Keiner (1200 m)
Jonas Plass (400 m)
Robin Schembera (800 m)
Florian Orth (1600 m)
3 May 2015 IAAF World Relays   Nassau, Bahamas [15]
4 × 1500 m relay 14:38.8   West Germany
Thomas Wessinghage
Hudak
Lederer
Karl Fleschen
17 August 1977   Cologne, West Germany

WomenEdit

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref Video
100 m 10.81 (+1.7 m/s) Marlies Göhr 8 June 1983   Berlin, East Germany
150 m 17.40 Cindy Roleder 9 May 2015   Neuwied, Germany
200 m 21.71 (+0.7 m/s) Marita Koch 10 June 1979   Karl-Marx-Stadt, East Germany
21.71 (+0.3 m/s) 21 July 1984   Potsdam, East Germany
21.71 (+1.2 m/s) Heike Drechsler 29 June 1986   Jena, East Germany
21.71 (−0.8 m/s) 29 August 1986   Stuttgart, West Germany
300 m 34.14+ [WB] [16] Marita Koch 6 October 1985 World Cup   Canberra, Australia [17] [5]
35.81 Silke Knoll 19 May 1990   Olpe, West Germany
400 m 47.60 Marita Koch 6 October 1985 World Cup   Canberra, Australia [6]
800 m 1:55.26 Sigrun Wodars 31 August 1987 World Championships   Rome, Italy
1000 m 2:30.67 Christine Wachtel 17 August 1990 ISTAF   Berlin, Germany
1500 m 3:57.71 Christiane Wartenberg 1 August 1980 Olympic Games   Moscow, Soviet Union
Mile 4:21.11 Konstanze Klosterhalfen 18 August 2019 Diamond League   Birmingham, United Kingdom [18]
2000 m 5:37.62 Ulrike Bruns 22 September 1985   East Berlin, East Germany
3000 m 8:20.07 Konstanze Klosterhalfen 30 June 2019 Prefontaine Classic   Stanford, United States [19]
5000 m 14:26.76 Konstanze Klosterhalfen 3 August 2019 German Championships   Berlin, Germany [20] [7]
10000 m 31:03.62 Kathrin Ullrich 30 June 1991   Frankfurt, Germany
10 km (road) 30:57 Irina Mikitenko 13 September 2008   Karlsruhe, Germany
15 km (road) 48:44 Uta Pippig 13 October 1991   Nieuwegein, Netherlands
One hour 17709 m Katrin Dörre 7 July 1988   Leipzig, East Germany
20 km (road) 1:08:21 Luminita Zaituc 11 March 2001 20 van Alphen   Nieuwegein, Netherlands
Half marathon 1:07:58 Uta Pippig 19 March 1995   Kyoto, Japan
25 km (road) 1:23:07+ Irina Mikitenko 28 September 2008 Berlin Marathon   Berlin, Germany
30 km (road) 1:39:34+ Irina Mikitenko 28 September 2008 Berlin Marathon   Berlin, Germany
Marathon 2:19:19 Irina Mikitenko 28 September 2008 Berlin Marathon   Berlin, Germany
100 km (road) 7:18:57 Birgit Lennartz 28 April 1990   Hanau, Germany
100 m hurdles 12.42 (+1.8 m/s) Bettine Jahn 8 June 1983   Berlin, Germany
200 m hurdles (bend) 25.8 (+0.6 m/s) (ht) Annelie Jahns-Erdhardt 5 July 1970   Erfurt, East Germany [21]
300 m hurdles 38.9 (ht) Stephanie Kampf 12 May 2002 Läufermeeting   Pliezhausen, Germany
39.69 Jackie Baumann 3 August 2016 Internationales Abendmeeting   Langenthal, Switzerland [22]
400 m hurdles 53.24 Sabine Busch 21 August 1987   Potsdam, East Germany
2000 m steeplechase 6:04.20 Gesa-Felicitas Krause 6 September 2015 ISTAF   Berlin, Germany [23]
5:52.80 WB Gesa-Felicitas Krause 1 September 2019 ISTAF Berlin   Berlin, Germany [24]
3000 m steeplechase 9:11.85 Gesa-Felicitas Krause 27 August 2017 ISTAF Berlin   Berlin, Germany [25]
9:07.51 Gesa-Felicitas Krause 29 August 2019 Diamond League   Zürich, Switzerland [26]
9:03.30 Gesa-Felicitas Krause 28 September 2019 World Championships Doha, Qatar [27]
High jump 2.06 m Ariane Friedrich 14 June 2009 ISTAF   Berlin, Germany [28]
Pole vault 4.82 m Silke Spiegelburg 20 July 2012 Herculis   Fontvieille, Monaco [29]
Long jump 7.48 m (+1.2 m/s) Heike Drechsler 9 July 1988   Neubrandenburg, East Germany
Triple jump 14.57 m (+1.2 m/s) Katja Demut 13 June 2011 17th Weseler Springermeeting   Fränkisch-Crumbach, Germany [30][31] [8]
Shot put 22.45 m Ilona Slupianek 11 May 1980   Potsdam, East Germany
Discus throw 76.80 m Gabriele Reinsch 9 July 1988   Neubrandenburg, East Germany
Hammer throw 79.42 m Betty Heidler 21 May 2011 Hallesche Werfertage   Halle (Saale), Germany [32][33][34] [9]
Javelin throw 70.20 m
(Current design)
Christina Obergföll 23 June 2007   Munich, Germany
80.00 m
(old design)
Petra Felke 9 September 1988   Potsdam, East Germany [10]
Heptathlon 6985 pts Sabine Braun 30–31 May 1992 Hypo-Meeting   Götzis, Austria
13.11 (100 m hurdles), 1.93 m (high jump), 14.84 m (shot put), 23.65 (+2.0 m/s) (200 m) / 6.63 m (long jump), 51.62 m (javelin), 2:12.67 (800 m)
Decathlon 7885 pts Mona Steigauf 20–21 September 1997   Ahlen, Germany
12.15 (100 m), 5.93 m (long jump), 12.49 m (shot put), 1.73 m (high jump), 55.34 (400 m) /
13.75 (110 m hurdles), 34.68 m (discus throw), 3.10 m (pole vault), 42.24 m (javelin throw), 5:07.95 (1500 m)
3000 m walk (track) 11:52.01 Beate Anders 27 June 1993   Lapinlahti, Finland
5000 m walk (track) 20:11.45 Sabine Zimmer 2 July 2005 German Championships   Wattenscheid, Germany [35]
5 km walk (road) 20:54 Beate Anders 12 May 1990   A Coruña, Spain
10000 m walk (track) 42:11.5 Beate Anders 15 May 1992   Bergen, Norway
10 km walk (road) 41:51 Beate Gummelt 11 May 1996 Oder-Neisse Race Walk Grand Prix   Eisenhüttenstadt, Germany
20000 m walk (track) 1:40:42.0 Annett Amberg 3 October 1998   Laucha, Germany
20 km walk (road) 1:27:56 Sabine Zimmer 5 June 2004   Hildesheim, Germany
50 km walk (road) 5:22:25 Ulrike Sischka 15 October 2006   Scanzorosciate, Italy
4 × 100 m relay 41.37   East Germany
Silke Gladisch
Sabine Rieger
Ingrid Auerswald
Marlies Göhr
6 October 1985 World Cup   Canberra, Australia
4 × 200 m relay 1:28.15   East Germany
Marlies Göhr
Petra Müller
Bärbel Wöckel
Marita Koch
9 August 1980   Jena, East Germany
4 × 400 m relay 3:15.92   East Germany
Gesine Walther
Sabine Busch
Dagmar Rübsam
Marita Koch
3 June 1984   Erfurt, East Germany
4 × 800 m relay 7:54.2   East Germany
Elfi Zinn
Gunhild Hoffmeister
Anita Weiß
Ulrike Bruns
6 August 1976   Karl-Marx-Stadt, East Germany
Distance medley relay 11:06.14   Germany
Diana Sujew (1200 m)
Janin Lindenberg (400 m)
Christina Hering (800 m)
Gesa Felicitas Krause (1600 m)
2 May 2015 IAAF World Relays   Nassau, Bahamas [36]

MixedEdit

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
4×400 m relay 3:17.85   Germany
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28 September 2019 World Championships Doha, Qatar [37]

IndoorEdit

MenEdit

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref Video
50 m 5.61 Manfred Kokot 4 February 1973   East Berlin, East Germany
60 m 6.52 Julian Reus 27 February 2016 German Championships   Leipzig, Germany [38]
200 m 20.42 Sebastian Ernst 27 February 2011 German Championships   Leipzig, Germany [39][40] [11]
300 m 32.72 Erwin Skamrahl 31 January 1986 BW-Bank Meeting   Karlsruhe, West Germany
400 m 45.05 Thomas Schönlebe 5 February 1988   Sindelfingen, West Germany
500 m 1:01.06 Carsten Köhrbrück 5 January 1991   Berlin, Germany
600 m 1:15.12 Nico Motchebon 28 February 1999   Sindelfingen, Germany
800 m 1:44.88 Nico Motchebon 5 February 1995 Sparkassen Cup   Stuttgart, Germany
1000 m 2:17.09 Jens-Peter Herold 5 February 1993   Berlin, Germany
1500 m 3:34.13 Homiyu Tesfaye 19 February 2015 XL Galan   Stockholm, Sweden [41]
Mile 3:53.74 Jens-Peter Herold 1 March 1994 BW-Bank Meeting   Sindelfingen, Germany
2000 m 4:56.23 Jens-Peter Herold 6 March 1993 BW-Bank Meeting   Sindelfingen, Germany
3000 m 7:37.51 Dieter Baumann 12 February 1995 BW-Bank Meeting   Karlsruhe, Germany
Two miles 8:30.2 Thomas Wessinghage 5 February 1982   Inglewood, United States
5000 m 13:27.53 Arne Gabius 29 January 2015 PSD Bank Meeting   Düsseldorf, Germany [42]
50 m hurdles 6.45 Thomas Munkelt 10 February 1979   Ottawa, Canada
60 m hurdles 7.41 Falk Balzer 29 January 1999   Chemnitz, Germany
High jump 2.42 m [43] Carlo Thränhardt 26 February 1988   West Berlin, West Germany
Pole vault 6.00 m Daniel Ecker 11 February 2001   Dortmund, Germany
Long jump 8.71 m [44] Sebastian Bayer 8 March 2009 European Championships   Turin, Italy [45] [12]
Triple jump 17.52 m Max Heß 3 March 2017 European Championships   Belgrade, Serbia [46]
Shot put 22.55 m Ulf Timmermann 11 February 1989   Senftenberg, East Germany
Weight throw 23.69 m Alexander Ziegler 22 February 2013   Blacksburg, United States
Discus throw 66.20 m Wolfgang Schmidt 1980   East Berlin, East Germany
Heptathlon 6291 pts Frank Busemann 2–3 February 2002   Tallinn, Estonia
6.96 (60 m), 7.77 m (long jump), 14.57 m (shot put), 2.10 m (high jump) / 7.91 (60 m hurdles), 4.85 m (pole vault), 2:40.93 (1000 m)
3000 m walk 10:31.42 Andreas Erm 4 February 2001   Halle (Saale), Germany
5000 m walk 18:11.41 mx Ronald Weigel 13 February 1988   Vienna, Austria
18:22.25 Andreas Erm 25 February 2001   Dortmund, Germany
20000 m walk 1:20:40.0 OT Ronald Weigel 27 January 1980   Senftenberg, East Germany
4 × 200 m relay 1:23.51 TV Wattenscheid 01
Julian Reus
Robin Erewa
Sebastian Ernst
Alexander Kosenkow
23 February 2014 German Championships   Leipzig, Germany [47]
4 × 400 m relay 3:03.05   Germany
Rico Lieder
Jens Carlowitz
Karsten Just
Thomas Schönlebe
10 March 1991 World Championships   Seville, Spain

WomenEdit

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref Video
50 m 6.11 Marita Koch 2 February 1980   Grenoble, France
6.0 (ht) Renate Stecher 14 February 1971   Berlin, East Germany
20 February 1971   Berlin, East Germany
28 February 1971   Berlin, East Germany
Annegret Richter 6 March 1977   Dortmund, West Germany
60 m 7.04 Marita Koch 16 February 1985   Senftenberg, East Germany
Silke Gladisch-Möller 6 March 1988   Budapest, Hungary
6.9 (ht) Marlies Göhr 10 February 1979   Cottbus, East Germany
100 m 11.15 [WB] Marita Koch 12 January 1980   East Berlin, East Germany
200 m 22.27 Heike Drechsler 7 March 1987 World Championships   Indianapolis, United States
300 m 36.49 Helga Arendt 5 February 1988   Sindelfingen, Germany
400 m 50.01 Sabine Busch 2 February 1984   Vienna, Austria
500 m 1:08.63 Sandra Seuser 9 January 1993   Berlin, Germany
800 m 1:56.40 Christine Wachtel 13 February 1988   Vienna, Austria
1000 m 2:34.8 Brigitte Kraus 19 February 1978   Dortmund, West Germany
1500 m 4:02.70+ Konstanze Klosterhalfen 9 February 2019 Millrose Games   New York City, United States [48]
Mile 4:19.98 Konstanze Klosterhalfen 9 February 2019 Millrose Games   New York City, United States [49]
2000 m 5:42.55 Kathleen Friedrich 22 February 2002 Erdgas Meeting   Chemnitz, Germany
3000 m 8:32.47 Konstanze Klosterhalfen 16 February 2019 German Championships   Leipzig, Germany [50]
Two miles 9:34.27 Ines Bibernell 28 February 1986   New York City, United States
5000 m 14:55.99 Irina Mikitenko 11 February 2001   Dortmund, Germany
50 m hurdles 6.58 Cornelia Oschkenat 20 February 1988   East Berlin, East Germany
60 m hurdles 7.73 Cornelia Oschkenat 25 February 1989   Vienna, Austria
High jump 2.07 m [51] Heike Henkel 8 February 1992 German Championships   Karlsruhe, Germany
Pole vault 4.77 m Silke Spiegelburg 15 January 2012 Nordrhein Regional Championships   Leverkusen, Germany [52] [13]
Long jump 7.37 m Heike Drechsler 13 February 1988   Vienna, Austria
Triple jump 14.47 m Katja Demut 11 February 2011 PSD Bank Meeting   Düsseldorf, Germany [53][54] [14]
Shot put 21.59 m Ilona Slupianek 24 January 1979   East Berlin, East Germany
Discus throw 62.07 m Shanice Craft 14 February 2015 ISTAF Indoor   Berlin, Germany [55]
63.89 m Mx Nadine Müller 1 February 2019 ISTAF Indoor   Berlin, Germany [56]
Pentathlon 4780 pts Sabine Braun 7 March 1997 World Championships   Paris, France
8.11 (60 m hurdles), 1.86 m (high jump), 14.39 m (shot put), 6.40 m (long jump), 2:19.74 (800 m)
4995 pts OT Anke Behmer 2 February 1988   Senftenberg, East Germany
8.21 (60 m hurdles), 1.78 m (high jump), 14.94 m (shot put), 6.80 m (long jump), 2:07.72 (800 m)
4995 pts OT Anke Behmer 25 February 1988   Senftenberg, East Germany
8.27 (60 m hurdles), 1.83 m (high jump), 14.95 m (shot put), 6.66 m (long jump), 2:08.03 (800 m)
3000 m walk 11:50.48 Melanie Seeger 21 February 2004   Dortmund, Germany
5000 m walk 20:48.0 Sabine Zimmer 19 December 2006   Halle (Saale), Germany
4 × 100 m relay 44.39 [WB]   Germany
Anne-Kathrin Elbe
Anne Möllinger
Cathleen Tschirch
Marion Wagner
31 January 2010 BW-Bank Meeting   Karlsruhe, Germany [57]
4 × 200 m relay 1:32.55 SC Eintracht Hamm
Helga Arendt
Silke Knoll
Mechthild Kluth
Gisela Kinzel
20 February 1988   Dortmund, Germany
LG Olympia Dortmund
Sandra Möller
Gabi Rockmeier
Birgit Rockmeier
Andrea Philipp
21 February 1999 German Championships   Karlsruhe, Germany
4 × 400 m relay 3:27.22   Germany
Sandra Seuser
Katrin Schreiter
Annett Hesselbarth
Grit Breuer
10 March 1991 World Championships   Seville, Spain

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