Australia - national records progression - women - senior

2022-07-20










National record progression - 100 metres - women - Australia

> 200 metres

22.23/+0.8 - 1. Melinda Gainsford-Taylor - 13/07/1997 - Stuttgart/GER
22.25/+1.3 - 1. Cathy Freeman - 26/08/1994 - Victoria/CAN - 15.CG
22.32/+0.9 - 3. Cathy Freeman - 22/07/1994 - Oslo/NOR - Bislett Games
22.32/-0.5 - 1. Melinda Gainsford-Taylor - 26/02/1994 - Hobart/AUS
22.35/+1.8 - 1. Denise Boyd - 23/03/1980 - Sydney/AUS
22.45/+1.1 - 2. Raelene Boyle - 07/09/1972 - München/GER - 20.OG
22.74/+2.0 - 2. Raelene Boyle - 18/10/1968 - Mexico City/MEX (A) - 19.OG

> 400 metres

48.63 - 2. Cathy Freeman - 29/07/1996 - Atlanta/GA/USA - 26.OG
49.59 - 1. Cathy Freeman - 12/07/1996 - London/GBR
49.61 - 1. Cathy Freeman - 05/07/1996 - Oslo/NOR
49.85 - 1. Cathy Freeman - 29/02/1996 - Melbourne/AUS
50.04 - 2. Cathy Freeman - 03/09/1994 - Paris/FRA
50.18 - 1. Cathy Freeman - 02/08/1994 - Monaco/MON
50.19 - 1. Renée Poetschka - 12/03/1994 - Sydney/AUS

Australia - 800 metres - women - national record progression

> 1500 metres

4:00.42 - 3. Jessica Hull - 13/09/2020 - Berlin/GER - 79.ISTAF - AR
4:00.86 - 6. Linden Hall - 26/05/2018 - Eugene/OR-USA - AR
4:00.93 - 2. Sarah Jamieson - 25/07/2006 - Stockholm/SWE - AR
4:01.34 - 3. Margaret Crowley - 05/07/1996 - Oslo/NOR - AR
4:07.03 - 1. Kate Anderson - 14/03/1996 - Brisbane/AUS - AR
4:08.06 - 4. Jenny Orr - 04/09/1972 - München/GER - 20.OG/h1 - AR

National record progression - mile - women - Australia

> 3000 metres

8:36.03 - 10. Jessica Hull - 25/09/2020 - Doha/QAT
8:38.06 -  3. Benita Willis-Johnson - 13/07/2003 - Gateshead/GBR
8:42.95 - 11. Benita Willis-Johnson - 29/06/2001 - Rome/ITA

> 5000 metres > deeper list (+ NiR)

14:43.80 -  4. Jessica Hull - 14/08/2020 - 33.Herculis/DL - AR
14:47.60 -  3. Benita Willis-Johnson - 06/09/2002 - Berlin/GER - AR
15:01.44 -  1. Benita Willis-Johnson - 11/05/2002 - Osaka/JPN - AR
15:04.18 -  7. Benita Willis-Johnson - 13/07/2001 - Oslo/NOR - AR

> 10000 metres

30:37.68 -  8. Benita Willis-Johnson - 23/08/2003 - Saint-Denis/FRA - 09.WC
31:11.72 -  1. Lisa Ondieki - 30/06/1992 - Helsinki/FIN
31:54.95 -  1. Carolyn Schuwalow - 10/12/1991 - Melbourne/AUS
32:10.05 - 11. Carolyn Schuwalow - 26/09/1988 - Seoul/KOR - 24.OG/h1
32:17.86 -  4. Lisa Ondieki - 27/07/1985 - Oslo/NOR

> 400 metres hurdles

53.17 - 1. Debbie Flintoff-King - 28/09/1988 - Seoul/KOR - 24.OG
53.76 - 1. Debbie Flintoff-King - 05/07/1986 - Oslo/NOR
54.28 - 1. Debbie Flintoff-King - 16/03/1986 - Adelaide/AUS
54.43 - 1. Debbie Flintoff-King - 23/02/1986 - Melbourne/AUS
54.80 - 2. Debbie Flintoff-King - 07/09/1985 - Rome/ITA
55.54 - 1. Debbie Flintoff-King - 02/08/1985 - London/GBR

National record progression - long jump - women - Australia

National record progression - high jump - women - Australia

> pole vault

4,82 m - 1. Nina Kennedy - 13/03/2021 - Sydney/AUS
4,81 m - 1. Alana Boyd - 02/07/2016 - Sunshine Coast/AUS
4,77 m - 1. Alana Boyd - 28/01/2016 - Sunshine Coast/AUS
4,76 m - 1. Alana Boyd - 24/02/2012 - Perth/AUS
4,71 m -  . Alana Boyd - 24/02/2012 - Perth/AUS
4,66 m - 1. Alana Boyd - 11/02/2012 - Perth/AUS
4,65 m - 1. Kym Howe-Nadin - 30/06/2007 - Saulheim/GER
4,62 m - 1. Kym Howe-Nadin - 25/03/2006 - Melbourne/AUS - 18.CG
4,61 m - 1. Kym Howe-Nadin - 26/01/2006 - Canberra/AUS

> shot put

19,74 m - 1. Gael Martin - 14/07/1984 - Berkeley/CA-USA
19,51 m -  . Gael Martin - 13/06/1984 - Milan/ITA
19,36 m - 1. Gael Martin - 04/03/1984 - Melbourne AUS
18,98 m -  . Gael Martin - 20/07/1983 - Leverkusen/GER
18,85 m -  . Gael Martin - 01/08/1982 - Sydney/AUS

> discus throw

69,64 m - 2. Dani Stevens - 13/08/2017 - London/GBR - 16.WC
68,72 m - 1. Daniela Costian - 22/01/1994 - Auckland/NZL
66,68 m -  . Daniela Costian - 19/01/1994 - Wellington/NZL
66,24 m - 3. Daniela Costian - 03/08/1992 - Barcelona/ESP - 25.OG
66,06 m - 5. Daniela Costian - 31/08/1991 - Tokyo/JPN - 03.WC