Track & Field News Records Pages

Records in the World, World Junior, American and American Junior categories are as ratified by the IAAF and USATF; all other sections are as recognized by the T&FN record committee.

With each section of records there is a small section clarifying record procedures and explaining symbols used. Note that in all categories of Records except American (and American Junior), marks made indoors are eligible for record consideration if the "outdoor" criteria are met. We refer to these records as Absolute.

Although neither the IAAF nor USATF officially recognize the concept of high elevation in their record-keeping, altitude plays a very significant part in aiding the sprints, hurdles and jumps. Accordingly, in all sections we additionally list low-altitude records in those events if the actual record was made at an altitude of more than 1000 meters (3281 feet). 

Records Broken in 2014

 

FacebookTwitter
 

Bookmark and Share

Men’s Absolute Records Women’s Absolute Records
•World •World
•American •American
•Collegiate •Collegiate
•Junior College •Junior College
•World Junior •World Junior
•American Junior •American Junior
•World Youth •World Youth
•High School •High School

  

Men’s Indoor Records   Women’s Indoor Records
•World •World
•American •American
•Collegiate •Collegiate
•World Junior •World Junior
American Junior •American Junior
•High School •High School

 

Records Broken In 2013

Dominique Eisold's International Age Records Compilation