Men's high jump Italian record progression

Gianmarco Tamberi current Italian recordman.

The Italian record progression men's high jump is recognised by the Italian Athletics Federation (FIDAL).[1]

Record progressionEdit

  Breaking down barriers
  Indoor records
  Record outdoor but lower than absolute
Record Athlete Venue Date Notes
1.70 m Carlo Colombo   Milan 30 June 1889
1.70 m Orio Pizio   Milan 16 September 1900
1.73 m Gaspare Torretta   Rome 31 March 1906
1.75 m Luigi Brambilla   Sesto San Giovanni 1 April 1906
1.75 m Alfredo Vecchi   Carpi 7 October 1906
1.75 m Gaspare Torretta   Vigevano 28 October 1906
1.75 m Gaspare Torretta   Venezia 8 May 1907
1.75 m Emilio Brambilla   Vigevano 11 October 1908
1.75 m Emilio Brambilla   Milan 22 November 1908
1.75 m Angelo Pedrelli   Bologna 8 December 1909
1.75 m Carlo Butti   Milan 19 February 1911
1.75 m Alfredo Pagani   Tivoli 9 July 1911
1.75 m Angelo Tonini   Rome 8 June 1912
1.75 m Carlo Butti   Alessandria 18 May 1913
1.75 m Giuseppe Tugnoli   Florence 30 April 1916
1.77 m Pierino Pisati   La Spezia 17 August 1919
1.78 m Carlo Ghiringhelli   Legnano 2 October 1921
1.81 m Ettore Uicich   Rome 22 April 1923
1.84 m Graziano Corona   Cagliari 13 January 1924
1.84 m Giuseppe Palmieri   Naples 13 June 1926
1.85 m Giuseppe Palmieri   Rome 21 April 1927
1.86 m Giuseppe Palmieri   Ascoli Piceno 17 July 1927
1.86 m Giuseppe Palmieri   Padova 9 June 1929
1.86 m Angelo Tommasi   Verona 27 September 1931
1.87 m Angelo Tommasi   Verona 30 March 1932
1.90 m Angelo Tommasi   Milan 15 May 1932
1.91 m Angelo Tommasi   Florence 26 June 1932
1.92 m Angelo Tommasi   Verona 1 October 1933
1.92 m Angelo Tommasi   Bologna 23 August 1936
1.92 m Renato Dotti   Bologna 23 July 1938
1.93 m Alfredo Campagner   Turin 18 June 1939
1.95 m Alfredo Campagner   Parma 26 May 1940
1.96 m Alfredo Campagner   Parma 5 October 1941
1.98 m Alfredo Campagner   Parma 14 June 1942
1.99 m Gianmario Roveraro   Bologna 24 June 1956
2.01 m Gianmario Roveraro   Lugano 9 September 1956
2.02 m Gianmario Roveraro   Genoa 6 October 1957
2.03 m Walter Zamparelli   Rome 7 April 1962
2.03 m Roberto Galli   Rome 7 April 1962
2.04 m Walter Zamparelli   Rome 21 April 1962
2.04 m Antonio Brandoli   Milan 5 July 1962
2.05 m Mauro Bogliatto   Alessandria 1 May 1963
2.06 m Roberto Galli   Pisa 1 June 1963
2.08 m Roberto Galli   Pisa 1 June 1963
2.09 m Mauro Bogliatto   Porto Alegre 8 September 1963
2.09 m Mauro Bogliatto   Rome 21 August 1965
2.10 m Mauro Bogliatto   Rome 10 October 1965
2.11 m Erminio Azzaro   Sindelfingen 19 June 1966
2.12 m Giacomo Crosa   Rome 26 May 1968
2.12 m Giacomo Crosa   Mexico City 19 October 1968
2.14 m Giacomo Crosa   Mexico City 19 October 1968
2.14 m Giacomo Crosa   Mexico City 20 October 1968
2.15 m Erminio Azzaro   Formia 11 May 1969
2.16 m Erminio Azzaro   Milan 29 June 1969
2.17 m Erminio Azzaro   Athens 16 September 1969
2.17 m Erminio Azzaro   Formia 7 May 1970
2.17 m Erminio Azzaro   Syracuse 5 July 1970
2.18 m Erminio Azzaro   Rieti 28 August 1971
2.18 m Erminio Azzaro   Madrid 11 September 1971
2.19 m Enzo Del Forno   Milan 26 June 1973
2.20 m (i) Enzo Del Forno   Genoa 27 February 1974
2.21 m (i) Enzo Del Forno   Udine 23 March 1974
2.20 m Enzo Del Forno   Viareggio 7 August 1974 [2]
2.20 m Enzo Del Forno   Milan 1 May 1975 [2]
2.20 m Giordano Ferrari   Fiorano Modenese 29 May 1975 [2]
2.21 m Enzo Del Forno   Siena 16 July 1975
2.22 m Enzo Del Forno   Syracuse 8 October 1975
2.22 m Rodolfo Bergamo   Milan 8 June 1976
2.23 m Riccardo Fortini   Livorno 13 June 1976
2.23 m (i) Oscar Raise   Milan 4 February 1978
2.24 m (i) Oscar Raise   Trinec 3 March 1978
2.24 m Rodolfo Bergamo   Rome 25 July 1978
2.26 m (i) Bruno Bruni   Genoa 3 February 1979
2.25 m Massimo Di Giorgio   Nova Gorica 15 April 1979 [3]
2.26 m Massimo Di Giorgio   Udine 20 May 1979
2.27 m Oscar Raise   Bologna 19 September 1979
2.27 m Massimo Di Giorgio   Bologna 19 September 1979
2.27 m Bruno Bruni   Bologna 19 September 1979
2.28 m Paolo Borghi   Santa Lucia di Piave 25 May 1980
2.29 m Massimo Di Giorgio   Pisa 5 July 1980
2.30 m Massimo Di Giorgio   Udine 15 June 1981
2.30 m Luca Toso   Padova 13 June 1988
2.32 m Luca Toso   Turin 21 July 1988
2.33 m Marcello Benvenuti   Verona 12 September 1989
2.33 m (i) Silvano Chesani   Ancona 13 February 2013
2.34 m (i) Marco Fassinotti   Ancona 23 February 2014
2.33 m Marco Fassinotti   Oslo 11 June 2015 [2]
2.34 m Gianmarco Tamberi   Cologne 1 July 2015
2.37 m Gianmarco Tamberi   Eberstadt 2 August 2015
2.38 m (i) Gianmarco Tamberi   Hustopeče 13 February 2016
2.39 m Gianmarco Tamberi   Monte Carlo 15 June 2016

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Annuario dell'Atletica 2009. FIDAL. 2009. p. 566.
  2. ^ a b c d This result, however, equals the old Italian outdoor record.
  3. ^ This result, however, beat the old Italian outdoor record.