List of Portuguese records in athletics

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The following are the national records in athletics in Portugal maintained by its national athletics federation: Federação Portuguesa de Atletismo (FPA).

OutdoorEdit

Key to tables:   Awaiting ratification   Record not kept by FPA   Not ratified or later rescinded by FPA

+ = en route to a longer distance
h = hand timing
OT = oversized track (> 200m in circumference)
Mx = mark was made in a mixed race
a = aided road course according to IAAF rule 260.28

MenEdit

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref Video
100 m 9.86 (+0.6 m/s) Francis Obikwelu 22 August 2004 Olympic Games Athens, Greece [1]
150 m (bend) 15.02+ (+1.2 m/s) Francis Obikwelu 27 August 1999 World Championships Seville, Spain
150 m (straight) 15.34 (-1.1 m/s) Francis Obikwelu 16 May 2010 Manchester City Games Manchester, United Kingdom [2]
200 m 20.01 (+1.6 m/s) Francis Obikwelu 10 August 2006 European Championships Gothenburg, Sweden
300 m 33.09 Carlos Silva 2 May 1999 Viseu, Portugal
400 m 45.74 Ricardo dos Santos 13 August 2014 European Championships Zürich, Switzerland [3]
45.55 Ricardo dos Santos 7 August 2018 European Championships Berlin, Germany [4]
45.14 Ricardo dos Santos 8 August 2018 European Championships Berlin, Germany [5]
800 m 1:44.91 Rui Silva 20 August 2002 San Sebastian, Spain
1500 m 3:30.07 Rui Silva 19 July 2002 Herculis Fontvieille, Monaco
Mile 3:49.50 Rui Silva 12 July 2002 Golden Gala Rome, Italy
2000 m 4:54.66 Rui Silva 7 September 1999 ISTAF Berlin, Germany [6]
3000 m 7:39.69 António Leitão 26 August 1983 Memorial Van Damme Brussels, Belgium
5000 m 13:02.86 António Pinto 12 August 1998 Weltklasse Zürich Zürich, Switzerland
10000 m 27:12.47 António Pinto 30 July 1999 DN Galan Stockholm, Sweden
10 km (road) 28:11 Fernando Mamede 2 June 1985 London, United Kingdom
15 km (road) 43:19 Eduardo Henriques 7 November 1999 Benavente, Portugal
20000 m (track) 57:18.4+ h Dionisio Castro 31 March 1990 La Flèche, France
20 km (road) 57:54 Domingos Castro 17 October 1999 Paris, France
One hour 20942 m Dionisio Castro 31 March 1990 La Flèche, France
Half marathon 1:00:56 Luís Jesus 4 October 1997 World Half Marathon Championships Košice, Slovakia
59:43 a António Pinto 15 March 1998 Lisbon, Portugal
30 km (road) 1:29:00 António Pinto 14 April 2002 London, United Kingdom
Marathon 2:06:36 António Pinto 16 April 2000 London Marathon London, United Kingdom
110 m hurdles 13.47 (+1.3 m/s) João Almeida 8 July 2012 Portuguese Championships Lisbon, Portugal [7]
400 m hurdles 48.77 Pedro Rodrigues 10 August 1994 European Championships Helsinki, Finland
Carlos Silva 11 August 1999 Weltklasse Zürich Zürich, Switzerland
2000 m steeplechase 5:47.68 Eduardo Pestana 25 July 2020 Ribeira Brava, Portugal [8]
3000 m steeplechase 8:19.82 Manuel Silva 27 July 2004 DN Galan Stockholm, Sweden
High jump 2.23 m [a] Rafael Gonçalves 1 June 2007 Leiria, Portugal
Paulo Conceição 4 June 2016 Memorial Carlos Gil Pérez Salamanca, Spain [9]
12 June 2016 S.L. Benfica Meeting Lisbon, Portugal [10]
2.25 m Vitor Korst 27 June 2020 Lisbon, Portugal [11]
Pole vault 5.71 m Diogo Ferreira 17 June 2017 S.L. Benfica Meeting Lisbon, Portugal [12]
Long jump 8.36 m (+1.2 m/s) Carlos Calado 20 June 1997 Lisbon, Portugal
Triple jump 17.74 m (+1.4 m/s) Nelson Évora 27 August 2007 World Championships Osaka, Japan [13] [1]
17.95 m (+0.6 m/s) Pedro Pichardo[b] 4 May 2018 Qatar Athletic Super Grand Prix Doha, Qatar [14][15]
17.98 m (0.0 m/s) Pedro Pichardo[c] 5 August 2021 Olympic Games Tokyo, Japan [16] [17]
Shot put 21.56 m Tsanko Arnaudov 24 June 2017 European Team Championships – First League Vaasa, Finland [18]
Discus throw 62.01 m [19] Francisco Belo 11 June 2017 Portuguese Championships Vagos, Portugal [20]
Hammer throw 76.86 m Vítor Costa 21 July 2004 Reims, France
Javelin throw 75.55 m Tiago Aperta 18 March 2012 European Cup Winter Throwing Bar, Montenegro [21]
77.52 m Leandro Ramos 26 May 2019 European Champion Clubs Cup Castellón de la Plana, Spain [22]
78.44 m Leandro Ramos 21 February 2021 Lisbon, Portugal [23]
79.01 m Leandro Ramos 17 April 2021 Vagos, Portugal
80.81 m Leandro Ramos 17 April 2021 Vagos, Portugal
81.32 m Leandro Ramos 23 June 2021 Maia, Portugal
82.44 m Leandro Ramos 31 July 2021 I Meeting "Dia Nacional do Dardo" Castelo de Vide, Portugal [24]
Decathlon 8213 pts Mário Aníbal 30 June – 1 July 2001 Kaunas, Lithuania
10.96 (100 m), 7.23 m (long jump), 15.24 m (shot put), 2.01 m (high jump), 48.49 (400 m) /
14.80 (110 m hurdles), 48.33 m (discus), 4.80 m (pole vault), 54.55 m (javelin), 4:28.28 (1500 m)
10000 m walk (track) 39:44.91 João Vieira 30 July 2011 Portuguese Championships Lisbon, Portugal [25]
20 km walk (road) 1:20:09 João Vieira 8 August 2006 European Championships Gothenburg, Sweden
50 km walk (road) 3:45:17 João Vieira 4 March 2012 Portuguese Championships Pontevedra, Portugal [26]
4×100 m relay 38.65   Portugal
André Costa
Francis Obikwelu
Arnaldo Abrantes
Yazaldes Nascimento
1 August 2015 Rieti, Italy [27]
4×200 m relay 1:24.20   Sporting CP
Ricardo Alves
Francis Obikwelu
Vítor Jorge
Carlos Calado
10 May 2003 Lisbon, Portugal
4×400 m relay 3:05.48   Portugal
Carlos Silva
Antonio Abrantes
Mario Reis
Pedro Rodrigues
3 September 1995 Universiade Fukuoka, Japan
3:05.14   Portugal
P. Curvelo
Filipe Lomba
Antonio Abrantes
A. Silva
24 July 1988 Mexico City, Mexico

WomenEdit

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 11.15 (+2.0 m/s) Lorène Bazolo 29 June 2021 Trofeo Diputacion de Castellón-Memorial José Antonio Cansino Castéllon, Spain
11.10 (+1.8 m/s) Lorène Bazolo 14 August 2021 Résisprint International La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland [28][29]
200 m 22.88 (-0.4 m/s) Lucrécia Jardim 31 July 1996 Olympic Games Atlanta, United States
22.64 (+1.8 m/s) Lorène Bazolo 14 August 2021 Résisprint International La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland [28][30]
400 m 51.63 Cátia Azevedo 23 June 2016 Meeting de Atletismo Madrid Madrid, Spain [31]
51.62 Cátia Azevedo 9 July 2019 Universiade Naples, Italy
51.61 Cátia Azevedo 22 May 2021 Jaen, Spain
50.59 Cátia Azevedo 3 June 2021 Meeting Iberoamericano Huelva, Spain [32]
800 m 1:58.94 Carla Sacramento 13 August 1997 Weltklasse Zürich Zürich, Switzerland
1500 m 3:57.71 Carla Sacramento 8 August 1998 Herculis Fontvieille, Monaco
Mile 4:22.45 Marta Pen Freitas 2 September 2018 ISTAF Berlin Berlin, Germany [33]
3000 m 8:30.22 Carla Sacramento 4 August 1999 Herculis Fontvieille, Monaco
Two miles 9:22.89 Jessica Augusto 14 September 2007 Memorial Van Damme Brussels, Belgium
5000 m 14:36.45 Fernanda Ribeiro 22 July 1995 Hechtel-Eksel, Belgium
5 km (road) 15:27.4 h Ana Dulce Félix 22 May 2011 Österreichischer dm Frauenlauf Vienna, Austria [34][35]
10000 m 30:22.88 Fernanda Ribeiro 30 September 2000 Olympic Games Sydney, Australia
10 km (road) 31:35 Rosa Mota 15 Feb 1987 Ohme, Japan
15 km (road) 48:20 Aurora Cunha 17 June 1990 Portland, United States
One hour 18027 m Mx Rosa Mota 14 May 1983 Lisbon, Portugal
20000 m (track) 1:06:55.5 Rosa Mota 14 May 1983 Lisbon, Portugal
20 km (road) 1:08:09 Albertina Dias 16 October 1994 Paris, France
Half marathon 1:08:33 Ana Dulce Félix 20 March 2011 Lisbon Half Marathon Lisbon, Portugal [36]
25 km (road) 1:25:46 Rosa Mota 7 May 1989 Berlin 25K Berlin, Germany
Marathon 2:23:29 Rosa Mota 20 October 1985 Chicago Marathon Chicago, United States
100 m hurdles 13.14 (+2.0 m/s) Isabel Abrantes 13 August 2000 Coimbra, Portugal
400 m hurdles 55.22 Vera Barbosa 5 August 2012 Olympic Games London, United Kingdom [37]
2000 m steeplechase 6:09.85 Joana Soares 25 July 2020 Ribeira Brava, Portugal [citation needed]
3000 m steeplechase 9:18.54 Jéssica Augusto 10 June 2010 Gran Premio de Andalucía Huelva, Spain [38]
High jump 1.88 m Sónia Carvalho 3 June 2001 Vila Real de Santo António, Portugal
Pole vault 4.50 m Maria Eleonor Tavares 29 July 2011 French Championships Albi, France [39]
6 July 2016 Franconville, France
Long jump 7.12 m (+1.3 m/s) Naide Gomes 29 July 2008 Herculis Fontvieille, Monaco
Triple jump 14.65 m (+0.1 m/s) Patrícia Mamona 14 August 2016 Olympic Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [40]
14.66 m (-0.2 m/s) Patrícia Mamona 9 July 2021 Herculis Fontvieille, Monaco [41]
14.91 m (+1.1 m/s) Patrícia Mamona 1 August 2021 Olympic Games Tokyo, Japan [42]
15.01 m (+1.0 m/s) Patrícia Mamona 1 August 2021 Olympic Games Tokyo, Japan [43]
Shot put 19.53 m Auriol Dongmo [d] 8 August 2020 Portuguese Championships Lisbon, Portugal [44]
19.75 m Auriol Dongmo [e] 3 June 2021 Meeting Iberoamericano Huelva, Spain [45]
Discus throw 66.40 m Liliana Cá 6 March 2021 Leiria, Portugal [46]
Hammer throw 69.55 m Vânia Silva 29 May 2011 European Champion Clubs Cup Group A Vila Real de Santo António, Portugal [47][48]
Javelin throw 59.76 m Sílvia Cruz 21 June 2008 European Cup, First League, Group A Leiria, Portugal
Heptathlon 6230 pts Naide Gomes 15–16 July 2005 Logroño, Spain
13.54 (100 m hurdles), 1.79 m (high jump), 13.87 m (shot put), 24.87 (200 m) / 6.39 m (long jump), 41.66 m (javelin), 2:17.00 (800 m)
10000 m walk (track) 43:08.17 Ana Cabecinha 19 July 2008 Seixal, Portugal
20 km walk (road) 1:27:46 Ana Cabecinha 21 August 2008 Olympic Games Beijing, China [49]
30 km walk (road) 2:26:10+ Inês Henriques 15 January 2017 Portuguese Championships Porto de Mós, Portugal [50]
35 km walk (road) 2:50:09+ Inês Henriques 15 January 2017 Portuguese Championships Porto de Mós, Portugal [51]
50 km walk (road) 4:05:56 Inês Henriques 13 August 2017 World Championships London, United Kingdom [52]
4×100 m relay 44.70   Portugal
Eva Vital
Naide Gomes
Carla Tavares
Sónia Tavares
20 June 2009 European Team Championships, Super League Leiria, Portugal
4×400 m relay 3:29.38   Portugal
Marta Moreira
Lucrécia Jardim
Elsa Amaral
Eduarda Coelho
7 August 1992 Olympic Games Barcelona, Spain

IndoorEdit

MenEdit

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
50 m 5.79+ Francis Obikwelu 28 February 2004 Meeting Pas de Calais Liévin, France
60 m 6.53 Francis Obikwelu 6 March 2011 European Championships Paris, France [53][54]
200 m 21.02 Arnaldo Abrantes 15 February 2009 Pombal, Portugal
21.01 OT David Lima 6 February 2016 Botnia Games Korsholm, Finland [55]
400 m 46.80 Carlos Silva 18 February 1998 Genoa, Italy
46.74 Raidel Acea 8 February 2019 Madrid, Spain
46.64 Vitor Ricardo dos Santos 3 February 2021 Czech Indoor Gala Ostrava, Czech Republic [56]
800 m 1:46.40 Rui Silva 19 February 1999 Ghent, Belgium
1500 m 3:34.99 Rui Silva 7 March 1999 World Championships Maebashi, Japan
Mile 3:52.18 Rui Silva 15 February 2001 XL Galan Stockholm, Sweden
3000 m 7:39.44 [57] Rui Silva 6 February 2000 Sparkassen Cup Stuttgart, Germany
5000 m 13:41.93 Rui Silva 19 February 2011 Aviva Indoor Grand Prix Birmingham, United Kingdom [58][59]
60 m hurdles 7.66 Rasul Dabó 28 February 2014 Moselle Athleror Meet Metz, France [60]
João Almeida 6 March 2015 European Championships Prague, Czech Republic [61]
High jump 2.24 m Paulo Conceição 6 March 2016 Portuguese Club Championships Pombal, Portugal [62]
2.28 m Paulo Conceição 1 February 2020 Kirchberg, Luxembourg [63]
Pole vault 5.70 m Edi Maia 18 January 2014 Orléans, France [64]
Long jump 8.22 m Carlos Calado 26 January 2002 Espinho, Portugal
Triple jump 17.40 m Nelson Évora 3 March 2018 World Championships Birmingham, United Kingdom [65]
Shot put 21.27 m Tsanko Arnaudov 18 February 2018 Portuguese Club Championships Pombal, Portugal [66]
21.28 m Francisco Belo 5 March 2021 European Championships Toruń, Poland [67]
Heptathlon 5980 pts Samuel Remédios 10–11 February 2018 Portuguese Championships Pombal, Portugal [68]
60m Long jump Shot put High jump 60m H Pole vault 1000m
6.92 7.52 m 13.70 m 2.03 m 7.98 5.00 m 2:57.33
5000 m walk 18:52.25 José Urbano 22 February 1992 Braga, Portugal
4 × 200 m relay 1:27.66   Sporting CP
Tiago Angelino
Paulo Neves
Edivaldo Monteiro
Vitor Jorge
6 February 1999 Espinho, Portugal
4 × 400 m relay 3:12.54   Benfica
Mauro Pereira
João Coelho
Raidel Acea
Victor Ricardo Santos
18 February 2018 Pombal, Portugal

WomenEdit

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
60 m 7.25 Lucrécia Jardim 7 February 1998 Espinho, Portugal
200 m 23.21 Lucrécia Jardim 28 February 1998 European Championships Valencia, Spain
400 m 52.77 Carmo Tavares 18 February 1998 Genoa, Italy
51.61 Cátia Azevedo 22 May 2021 Meeting Internacional Jaen Paraiso Interior Andújar, Spain [69]
800 m 2:00.81 Carla Sacramento 17 February 1995 Seville, Spain
1500 m 4:04.11 Carla Sacramento 25 February 2001 Meeting Pas de Calais Liévin, France
2000 m 5:37.34 Fernanda Ribeiro 28 February 1996 Valencia, Spain
3000 m 8:36.79 Carla Sacramento 17 February 2002 AVIVA Indoor Grand Prix Birmingham, United Kingdom
Two miles 9:19.39 Jéssica Augusto 20 February 2010 AVIVA Indoor Grand Prix Birmingham, United Kingdom [70]
5000 m 15:06.52 Fernanda Ribeiro 7 February 1996 Russian Winter Meeting Moscow, Russia
60 m hurdles 8.08 Isabel Abrantes 17 February 2001 Espinho, Portugal
High jump 1.88 m [71][72] Naide Gomes 5 March 2004 World Championships Budapest, Hungary [73]
Pole vault 4.51 m [74] Marta Onofre 6 March 2016 Portuguese Club Championships Pombal, Portugal [75]
Long jump 7.00 m Naide Gomes 9 March 2008 World Championships Valencia, Spain [76]
Triple jump 14.36 m Patrícia Mamona 22 February 2014 [f] Portuguese Club Championships Pombal, Portugal [77]
2 February 2019 Weltklasse in Karlsruhe Karlsruhe, Germany [78]
14.38 m Patrícia Mamona 8 February 2019 Villa de Madrid Indoor Meeting Madrid, Spain [79]
14.44 m Patrícia Mamona 8 February 2019 Villa de Madrid Indoor Meeting Madrid, Spain [80]
14.53 m Patrícia Mamona 7 March 2021 European Championships Toruń, Poland [81]
Shot put 17.26 m Teresa Machado 7 February 1998 Espinho, Portugal
18.02 m Auriol Dongmo Mekemnang [g] 25 January 2020 Pombal, Portugal [82]
18.31 m Auriol Dongmo Mekemnang [h] 2 February 2020 Rochlitz, Germany [83]
18.37 m Auriol Dongmo Mekemnang [i] 29 February 2020 Portuguese Championships Pombal, Portugal [84]
17.39 m Eliana Bandeira 29 February 2020 Portuguese Championships Pombal, Portugal [85]
19.65 m Auriol Dongmo Mekemnang [j] 29 January 2021 Indoor Meeting Karlsruhe Karlsruhe, Germany [86]
Discus throw 55.35 m Liliana Cá 12 March 2011 World Indoor Throwing Växjö, Sweden [87]
Pentathlon 4759 pts Naide Gomes 5 March 2004 World Championships Budapest, Hungary [88]
8.48 (60 m hurdles), 1.88 m (high jump), 15.08 m (shot put), 6.45 m (long jump), 2:21.69 (800 m)
3000 m walk 12:17.93 Ana Cabecinha 14 February 2015 Portuguese Championships Pombal, Portugal [89]
4×200 m relay 1:39.60   Sporting CP
Sandra Almeida
Natália Moura
Patricia Rebelo
Maria do Carmo Tavares
29 January 2000 Espinho, Portugal
4×400 m relay 3:35.43   PortugalFilipa Martins
Cátia Azevedo
Rivinilda Mentai
Dorothé Évora
3 March 2018 World Championships Birmingham, United Kingdom [90]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ indoor mark ratified as absolute record
  2. ^ Since December 2017, Pichardo is eligible to start for Portugal, but the official result sheed declared him as a Cuban athlete.
  3. ^ Since December 2017, Pichardo is eligible to start for Portugal, but the official result sheed declared him as a Cuban athlete.
  4. ^ Auriol Dongmo Mekemnan represented Cameroon until 2017, transferring her eligibility to Portugal which became active in 2020
  5. ^ Auriol Dongmo Mekemnan represented Cameroon until 2017, transferring her eligibility to Portugal which became active in 2020
  6. ^ by World Athletics source, 23 February 2014 by federation source
  7. ^ Dongmo Mekemnan represented Cameroon until 2017, transferring her eligibility to Portugal which became active in 2020
  8. ^ Dongmo Mekemnan represented Cameroon until 2017, transferring her eligibility to Portugal which became active in 2020
  9. ^ Dongmo Mekemnan represented Cameroon until 2017, transferring her eligibility to Portugal which became active in 2020
  10. ^ Dongmo Mekemnan represented Cameroon until 2017, transferring her eligibility to Portugal which became active in 2020

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Further readingEdit

  • Andrade, Sequeira (June 2010). Os recordes nacionais de atletismo e outras histórias [The national records in athletics and other stories] (First ed.). Prime Books. ISBN 978-989-655-073-8.

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