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Australian records in athletics

Below is a list of current Australian records in athletics as ratified by the national governing body, Athletics Australia. There are two types of Australian records. An Australian record is the best time recorded anywhere in the world by an athlete or team holding Australian citizenship whilst an Australian All Comers record is the best time recorded in Australia by an athlete or team.

Current Australian records

Outdoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref Video
100 m 9.93 (+1.8 m/s) Patrick Johnson 5 May 2003 Mito International Mito, Japan [1][2] [1]
9.9 (ht) Paul Narracott 4 January 1984 Brisbane, Australia
200 m 20.06 A (+0.9 m/s) Peter Norman 16 October 1968 Olympic Games Mexico City, Mexico [3][4] [2]
400 m 44.38 (sf) Darren Clark 26 September 1988 Olympic Games Seoul, South Korea
800 m 1:44.40 Ralph Doubell 15 October 1968 Olympic Games Mexico City, Mexico
Alexander Rowe 18 July 2014 Herculis Fontvieille, Monaco [5]
1000 m 2:16.09 Jeff Riseley 17 June 2014 Golden Spike Ostrava Ostrava, Czech Republic [6]
1500 m 3:31.06 Ryan Gregson 22 July 2010 Herculis Fontvieille, Monaco [7]
Mile 3:48.98 Craig Mottram 29 July 2005 Bislett Games Oslo, Norway
2000 m 4:50.76 Craig Mottram 9 March 2006 Melbourne Track Classic Melbourne, Australia
3000 m 7:32.19 Craig Mottram 17 September 2006 IAAF World Cup Athens, Greece
5000 m 12:55.76 Craig Mottram 30 July 2004 London Grand Prix London, United Kingdom
5 km (road) 13:20 Craig Mottram 3 April 2005 20th Carlsbad 5000 Carlsbad, United States
10000 m 27:24.95 Ben St. Lawrence 1 May 2011 Payton Jordan Cardinal Invitational Palo Alto, United States [8][9]
10 km (road) 27:39 a # Craig Mottram 31 December 2006 Madrid, Spain
27:54 23 April 2004 Manchester, United Kingdom
27:48 # Rob de Castella 3 March 1984 Continental Homes 10K Phoenix, United States
15 km (road) 43:35 Collis Birmingham 30 November 2008 Melbourne, Australia
43:19 #[10] 29 November 2008 Melbourne, Australia
42:47 # Rob de Castella 5 February 1983 Tampa, United States
20000 m (track) 58:37.2+ Rob de Castella 17 April 1982 Rome, Italy
20 km (road) 56:54+ a # Darren Wilson 19 January 2007 Tokyo, Japan
59:15 # 26 April 1998 Maroilles, France
One hour 20516 m Robert de Castella 17 April 1982 Rome, Italy
Half marathon 1:00:02 a Darren Wilson 19 January 2007 Tokyo Half Marathon Tokyo, Japan
1:00.08 a Steve Moneghetti Tokyo Half Marathon Tokyo, Japan
1:00.27 a Steve Moneghetti Tokyo Half Marathon Tokyo, Japan
1:00.34 # Steve Moneghetti 1989 Great North Run ?, Great Britain
1:00.56 Collis Birmingham 3 February 2013 Marugame Half Marathon Marugame, Japan [11]
25000 m (track) 1:20:18.4+ Scott Westcott 24 May 2013 Australian record attempt Newcastle, Australia [12]
25 km (road) 1:14:42 Robert de Castella 4 July 1981 Perth, Australia
30000 m (track) 1:37:10.0 Scott Westcott 24 May 2013 Australian record attempt Newcastle, Australia [12]
30 km (road) 1:31:21+ # Steve Moneghetti 30 September 1990 Berlin Marathon Berlin, Germany
1:30:06+ a # Lee Troop 18 April 2004 London Marathon London, United Kingdom
Marathon 2:07:51 a Robert de Castella 21 April 1986 Boston Marathon Boston, United States
2:08:16 # Steve Moneghetti 30 September 1990 Berlin Marathon Berlin, Germany
100 km 6:29:26 a Tim Sloane 23 April 1995 Ross-Richmond, ?
110 m hurdles 13.29 (+0.6 m/s) Kyle Vander-Kuyp 11 August 1995 World Championships Gothenburg, Sweden
200 m hurdles 22.59 (+0.2 m/s) Darryl Wohlsen 14 March 1996 Brisbane, Australia
400 m hurdles 48.28 Rohan Robinson 31 July 1996 Olympic Games Atlanta, United States
3000 m steeplechase 8:16.22 Shaun Creighton 2 July 1993 Lille, France
High jump 2.36 m Tim Forsyth 2 March 1997 Melbourne Track Classic Melbourne, Australia
Pole vault 6.05 m Dmitri Markov 9 August 2001 World Championships Edmonton, Canada [13]
Long jump 8.54 m (+1.7 m/s) Mitchell Watt 29 July 2011 DN Galan Stockholm, Sweden [14]
Triple jump 17.46 m (+1.7 m/s) Ken Lorraway 7 August 1982 London, United Kingdom
Shot put 21.26 m Scott Martin 21 February 2008 Melbourne Track Classic Melbourne, Australia
Discus throw 68.20 m Benn Harradine 10 May 2013 Townsville, Australia [15]
Hammer throw 79.29 m Stuart Rendell 6 July 2002 Varaždin, Croatia
Javelin throw 89.02 m Jarrod Bannister 29 February 2008 Brisbane, Australia
Decathlon 8490 pts Jagan Hames 17–18 September 1998 Commonwealth Games Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
10.77 (+0.0 m/s) (100 m), 7.64 m (+0.8 m/s) (long jump), 14.73 m (shot put), 2.19 m (high jump), 49.67 (400 m) /
14.07 (+0.4 m/s) (110 m hurdles), 46.40 m (discus), 5.00 m (pole vault), 64.67 m (javelin), 5.02.68 (1500 m)
3000 m walk (track) 10.56.22 Andrew Jachno 7 February 1991 Melbourne Track Classic Melbourne, Australia
5000 m walk (track) 18:41.83 Jared Tallent 28 February 2009 Sydney Track Classic Sydney, Australia
10000 m walk (track) 38:20.9 David Smith 15 September 1985 Sydney, Australia
38:06.6 # 25 September 1986
20000 m walk (track) 1:19:48.1 Nathan Deakes 4 September 2001 Goodwill Games Brisbane, Australia
20 km walk (road) 1:17:33 Nathan Deakes 23 April 2005 Cixi City, China
30000 m walk (track) 2:14:22+ Simon Baker 9 September 1990 Victorian Championships Melbourne, Australia
30 km walk (road) 2:05.06 Nathan Deakes 27 August 2006 Hobart, Australia
Two hours walk (track) 27123.35 m Willi Sawall 24 May 1980 Melbourne, Australia
50000 m walk (track) 3:43:50.0 Simon Baker 9 September 1990 Victorian Championships Hobart, Australia
50 km walk (road) 3:35:47 Nathan Deakes 2 December 2006 Geelong, Australia
4×100 m relay 38.17 Australia
Paul Henderson
Tim Jackson
Steve Brimacombe
Damien Marsh
12 August 1995 World Championships Gothenburg, Sweden
Australia
Anthony Alozie
Isaac Ntiamoah
Andrew McCabe
Joshua Ross
10 August 2012 Olympic Games London, Great Britain [16]
4×200 m relay 1:23.04 Australia
Scott Vassella
Shem Hollands
Dean Capobianco
Peter Vassella
6 December 1998 Sydney, Australia
4×400 m relay 2:59.70 Australia
Darren Clark
Rick Mitchell
Gary Minihan
Bruce Frayne
11 August 1984 Olympic Games Los Angeles, United States
4×800 m relay 7:11.48  Australia
Josh Ralph
Ryan Gregson
Jordan Willamsz
Jared West
24 May 2014 IAAF World Relays Nassau, Bahamas [17]
Distance medley relay 9:17.56 Ryan Gregson 2:48.66 (1200m)
Sean Wroe 45.96 (400m)
Lachlan Renshaw 1:46.29 (800m)
Jeff Riseley 3:56.66 (1600 m)
30 April 2011 Penn Relays Philadelphia, United States [18][19]
4×1500 m relay 14:46.04  Australia
Ryan Gregson
Sam McEntee
Collis Birmingham
Jordan Willamsz
25 May 2014 IAAF World Relays Nassau, Bahamas [20]

Women

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 11.11 (+1.9 m/s) Melissa Breen 8 February 2014 ACT Championships Canberra, Australia [21][22]
11.0 (ht) Denise Robertson 27 October 1973 Sydney, Australia
150 m (straight) 17.20 (-1.0 m/s) Sally Pearson 14 September 2013 Great City Games Newcastle, United Kingdom [23]
200 m 22.23 (+0.8 m/s) Melinda Gainsford-Taylor 13 July 1997 Stuttgart, Germany
400 m 48.63 Cathy Freeman 29 July 1996 Olympic Games Atlanta, United States
600 m 1:25.79 Tamsyn Manou 5 July 2012 Meeting de la Province de Liège Liège, Belgium [24]
800 m 1:59.0 (ht) Charlene Rendina 28 February 1976 Melbourne, Australia
1000 m 2:37.84 Zoe Buckman 24 May 2012 Oslo, Norway [25]
1500 m 4:00.93 Sarah Jamieson 25 July 2006 DN Galan Stockholm, Sweden
Mile 4:22.66 Lisa Corrigan 2 March 2007 Melbourne Track Classic Melbourne, Australia
2000 m 5:37.71 Benita Johnson 12 June 2003 Golden Spike Ostrava Ostrava, Czech Republic
3000 m 8:38.06 Benita Johnson 13 July 2003 Gateshead, United Kingdom
Two miles 9:43.53 Georgina Clarke 20 May 2007 Adidas Track Classic Carson, United States
5000 m 14:47.60 Benita Johnson 6 September 2002 ISTAF Berlin, Germany
10000 m 30:37.68 Benita Johnson 23 August 2003 World Championships Paris, France [26]
10 km (road) 31:17 Benita Johnson 21 May 2006 Manchester, United Kingdom
15 km (road) 47:59+ Kerryn McCann 10 January 2000 Tokyo, Japan
One hour 16056 m x Jackie Fairweather 24 January 2008 Canberra, Australia
20 km (road) 1:04:36+ a # Benita Johnson 26 September 2004 Newcastle-South Shields, United Kingdom
1:05:02.6+ 1 April 2007 Berlin Half Marathon Berlin, Germany
Half marathon 1:07:48 Kerryn McCann 10 January 2000 Tokyo, Japan
25 km (road) 1:23:25+ Benita Johnson 22 October 2006 Chicago Marathon Chicago, United States
30 km (road) 1:40:12+ Benita Johnson 22 October 2006 Chicago Marathon Chicago, United States
Marathon 2:22:36 Benita Johnson 22 October 2006 Chicago Marathon Chicago, United States
100 km 7:40:58 # Linda Meadows 18 November 1995 North Otago, New Zealand
7:41:23 Jackie Fairweather 19 September 2009 Keswick, Australia
100 m hurdles 12.28 (+1.1 m/s) Sally Pearson 3 September 2011 World Championships Daegu, South Korea [27]
200 m hurdles (straight) 25.7 (ht) Pam Kilborn-Ryan 25 November 1971 Melbourne, Australia [28]
400 m hurdles 53.17 Debbie Flintoff-King 28 September 1988 Olympic Games Seoul, South Korea
2000 m steeplechase 6:25.77 Melissa Rollison 1 May 2000 Sydney, Australia
6:20.06 mx Donna MacFarlane 2 February 2006 Hobart, Australia
3000 m steeplechase 9:18.35 Donna MacFarlane 6 June 2008 Bislett Games Oslo, Norway
High jump 1.98 m Vanessa Browne-Ward 12 February 1989 Perth, Australia
Alison Inverarity 17 July 1994 Ingolstadt, Germany
Pole vault 4.76 m Alana Boyd 24 February 2012 Interclub Meeting Perth, Australia [29]
Long jump 7.00 m (+1.8 m/s) Bronwyn Thompson 7 March 2002 Melbourne Track Classic Melbourne, Australia
Triple jump 14.04 m (+2.0 m/s) Nicole Mladenis 9 March 2002 Hobart, Australia
14.04 m (+1.8 m/s) 7 December 2003 Perth, Australia
Shot put 19.74 m Gael Martin 14 July 1984 Berkeley, United States
Discus throw 68.72 m Daniela Costian 22 January 1994 Auckland, New Zealand
Hammer throw 71.12 m Bronwyn Eagles 6 February 2003 Adelaide, Australia
Javelin throw 66.83 m Kimberley Mickle 22 March 2014 Melbourne Track Classic Melbourne, Australia [30]
Heptathlon 6695 pts Jane Flemming 27–28 January 1990 Commonwealth Games Auckland, New Zealand
13.21 (+1.4 m/s) (100 m hurdles), 1.82 m (high jump), 13.76 m (shot put), 23.62 (+2.4 m/s) (200 m) /
6.57 m (+1.6 m/s) (long jump), 49.28 m (javelin), 2:12.53 (800 m)
Decathlon 6428 pts Simone Carré 10–11 March 2012 Melbourne, Australia [31]
(100 m), (discus), 3.70 m (pole vault), (javelin), (400 m) /
15.55 (+1.2 m/s) (100 m hurdles), 5.34 m (-1.0 m/s) (long jump), 11.50 m (shot put), (high jump), (1500 m)
3000 m walk (track) 11:51.26 Kerry Saxby-Junna 7 February 1991 Melbourne, Australia
5000 m walk (track) 20:03.0 Kerry Saxby-Junna 11 February 1996 Sydney, Australia
10000 m walk (track) 41:57.22 Kerry Saxby-Junna 24 July 1990 Seattle, United States
10 km walk (road) 41:29.71 Kerry Saxby-Junna 27 August 1988 Canberra, Australia
20000 m walk (track) 1:33:40.2 Kerry Saxby-Junna 6 September 2001 Brisbane, Australia
20 km walk (road) 1:27:44 Jane Saville 2 May 2004 Naumburg, Germany
Two hours walk (track) 23496.5 m Simone Wolowiec 3 July 1999 Box Hill, Australia
4×100 m relay 42.99 A Australia
Rachael Massey
Suzanne Broadrick
Jodi Lambert
Melinda Gainsford-Taylor
18 March 2000 Pietersburg, South Africa
4×200 m relay 1:32.6 Australia
Raelene Boyle
Sue Jowett
Denise Robertson
Barbara Wilson
25 January 1976 Brisbane, Australia
4×400 m relay 3:23.81 Australia
Nova Peris-Kneebone
Tamsyn Manou
Melinda Gainsford-Taylor
Cathy Freeman
30 September 2000 Olympic Games Sydney, Australia
4×800 m relay 8:13.26  Australia
Brittany McGowan
Zoe Buckman
Selma Kajan
Melissa Duncan
25 May 2014 IAAF World Relays Nassau, Bahamas [32]
4×1500 m relay 17:08.65  Australia
Zoe Buckman
Bridey Delaney
Brittany McGowan
Melissa Duncan
24 May 2014 IAAF World Relays Nassau, Bahamas [33]

Indoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref Video
60 m 6.52 Matt Shirvington 7 March 1999 World Championships Maebashi, Japan
Matt Shirvington 7 March 1999 World Championships Maebashi, Japan
200 m 20.71 Damien Marsh 12 March 1993 World Championships Toronto, Canada
400 m 45.93 Daniel Batman 2 March 2003 Birmingham, United Kingdom
800 m 1:47.48 Ryan Foster 30 January 2010 Penn State National State College, United States [34]
1:47.2 A #[35] Ralph Doubell 25 January 1969 Albuquerque, United States
1:47.32 OT # Ryan Foster 13 February 2010 Husky Classic Seattle, United States [36] [3]
1000 m 2:19.60 Ryan Foster 16 January 2010 PSU Northeast Challenge University Park, United States [37]
1500 m 3:39.77 Michael Hillardt 8 March 1987 World Championships Indianapolis, United States
Mile 3:54.77 Mark Fountain 29 January 2005 Boston Indoor Games Boston, United States
3000 m 7:34.50 Craig Mottram 26 January 2008 Boston Indoor Games Boston, United States
Two miles 8:19.2 (ht) Kerry O'Brien 19 February 1971 San Diego, United States
5000 m 13:36.41 David McNeill 12 March 2010 NCAA Division I Championships Fayetteville, United States [38]
60 m hurdles 7.73 Kyle Vander-Kuyp 11 March 1995
12 March 1995
8 March 1997
World Championships
World Championships
World Championships
Barcelona, Spain
Barcelona, Spain
Paris, France
High jump 2.33 m Tim Forsyth 16 February 1997 Balingen, Germany
Pole vault 6.06 m Steven Hooker 7 February 2009 Boston Indoor Games Boston, United States
Long jump 8.23 m Henry Frayne 10 March 2012 World Championships Istanbul, Turkey [39]
Triple jump 17.20 m Andrew Murphy 9 March 2001 World Championships Lisbon, Portugal [40]
Shot put 20.83 m Scott Martin 7 March 2008 World Championships Valencia, Spain [41]
Discus throw 65.60 m Benn Harradine 12 March 2011 4th World Indoor Throwing Competition Växjö, Sweden [42][43]
Weight throw (35 lb) 22.25 m Simon Wardhaugh 6 December 2008 Boise State Jacksons Open & Combined Events Nampa, United States [44]
Heptathlon 4159 pts David Jacobs 26-27 February 2004 Nampa, United States
(60 m), (long jump), (shot put), (high jump) / (60 m hurdles), (pole vault), (1000 m)
5000 m walk 18:52.20 David Smith 8 March 1987 World Championships Indianapolis, United States
4x200 m relay 1:51.99 Australia
Colin D. Pocklington
Robert Pearce
John A. Fienieg
Stuart R. Paterson
6 March 2010 World Masters Championships Kamloops, Canada [45]
4x400 m relay 3:08.49 Australia
Mark Garner
Paul Greene
Steve Perry
Rohan Robinson
10 March 1991 World Championships Seville, Spain

Women

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref Video
50 m 6.3 (ht) Pam Kilborn 29 January 1965 Toronto, Canada
60 m 7.30 Sally McLellan 7 February 2009 Boston Indoor Games Boston, United States
200 m 22.64 Melinda Gainsford 10 March 1995 World Championships Barcelona, Spain
11 March 1995 World Championships Barcelona, Spain
400 m 52.17 Maree Holland 4 March 1989 World Championships Budapest, Hungary
800 m 2:01.85 Tamsyn Manou 7 March 2008 World Championships Valencia, Spain [46]
1000 m 2:49.41 Lisa O'Connell 27 February 1988 Lincoln, United States
1500 m 4:13.21 Georgie Clarke 10 March 2001 World Championships Lisbon, Portugal [47]
4:11.08+ # Sarah Jamieson 7 February 2009 Boston Indoor Games Roxbury, United States
Mile 4:28.03 Sarah Jamieson 27 January 2007 Boston Indoor Games Roxbury, United States
3000 m 8:42.75 Benita Johnson 10 March 2001 World Championships Lisbon, Portugal [48]
5000 m 16:15.56 Katie Swords 8 March 1996 Indianapolis, United States
60 m hurdles 7.73 Sally Pearson 10 March 2012 World Championships Istanbul, Turkey [49] [4]
High jump 1.97 m Alison Inverarity 14 March 1993 World Championships Toronto, Canada
Pole vault 4.72 m Kym Howe 10 February 2007 Pole Vault Stars Donetsk, Ukraine
Long jump 6.81 m Nicole Boegman 12 March 1995 World Championships Barcelona, Spain
Triple jump 13.31 m Nicole Mladenis 5 March 2004 World Championships Budapest, Hungary [50]
Shot put 16.71 m Gael Martin January 1985 Paris, France
Pentathlon 4490 pts Jane Jamieson 5 March 1999 World Championships Maebashi, Japan
8.66 (60 m hurdles), 1.83 m (high jump), 13.94 m (shot put), 6.08 m (long jump), 2:19.64 (800 m)
3000 m walk 11:53.82 Kerry Saxby 12 March 1993 World Championships Toronto, Canada
4x200 m relay 1:49.98 New South Wales Team
Bezuidenhout
Layt
Naylon
Kay
22 March 2008 France
4x400 m relay 3:26.87 Australia
Susan Andrews
Tania Van Heer
Tamsyn Manou
Cathy Freeman
7 March 1999 World Championships Maebashi, Japan

+ = en route to longer distance
A = affected by altitude
ht = hand timing
a = aided road course according to IAAF rule 260.28
# = not officially ratified
x = mark was made in a mixed race
OT = oversized track

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External links

  • AA web site
  • Australien Records Download site
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