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Armenian records in athletics

The following are the national records in athletics in Armenia maintained by the Armenian Athletic Federation (AAF).

Outdoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 10.45 Arman Andreasyan 16 May 2009 Armenia Artashat, Armenia
10.2 (ht) # Vahagn Javakhyan 19 May 2002 Armenia Artashat, Armenia
200 m 21.15 Hovanes Mkrtchian 7 July 1991 Soviet Union Volgograd, Soviet Union
400 m 46.99 Akraik Hovanesian 14 July 1986 Soviet Union Kiev, Soviet Union
800 m 1:51.2 [1] Vardan Kazanchian 15 Augusti 1980 Soviet Union Chişinău, Soviet Union
1:51.75 Avetik Arakelyan 25 August 2003 South Korea Daegu, South Korea
1000 m 2:25.89 (ht) Armen Asryan 3 June 2006 Turkey Istanbul, Turkey
1500 m 3:43.6 (ht) Zorik Vardanian 16 Augusti 1980 Soviet Union Chişinău, Soviet Union
2000 m 5:17.8 (ht) Artashes Mikoyan 19 July 1974 Soviet Union Podolsk, Soviet Union
3000 m 8:09.8 (ht) Artashes Mikoyan 17 July 1976 Soviet Union Tiraspol, Soviet Union
5000 m 13:53.0 (ht) Artashes Mikoyan 30 May 1976 Germany Munich, West Germany
10000 m 29:52.8 (ht) Artashes Mikoyan 20 July 1976 Soviet Union Chişinău, Soviet Union
One hour 16896 m Ararat Ghukasyan 15 October 1966 Soviet Union Yerevan, Soviet Union
16896 m Vladimir Zamkov 15 October 1966 Soviet Union Yerevan, Soviet Union
20000 m (track) 1:03.57 (ht) Ashik Mkhitaryan 12 July 1970 Soviet Union Yerevan, Soviet Union
Half marathon 1:05:38 Armen Vartanian 25 July 2010 San Francisco 2nd Half Marathon United States San Francisco, United States [2]
30000 m (track) 1:41:29.02 (ht) Alexei Konov 5 June 1962 Soviet Union Yerevan, Soviet Union
Marathon 2:20:36 Ashik Mkhitarian 4 April 1968 Soviet Union Uzhgorod, Soviet Union
110 m hurdles 14.01 Zhan Mkhitarian 6 September 1980 Soviet Union Donetsk, Soviet Union
400 m hurdles 50.79 Rudik Matevosian 5 August 1984 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
3000 m steeplechase 8:27.88 Artashes Mikoyan 29 May 1976 West Germany Munich, West Germany
High jump 2.16 m Karen Ardarian 14 July 1984 Soviet Union Yerevan, Soviet Union
Gerasim Hayrapetian 15 June 1985 Soviet Union Yerevan, Soviet Union
Edik Mesropian 15 October 1985 Soviet Union Yerevan, Soviet Union
Pole vault 4.40 m Onik Khachatrian 15 June 1978 Soviet Union Yerevan, Soviet Union
Viktor Sosedov 15 June 1978 Soviet Union Yerevan, Soviet Union
Long jump 8.86 m A (+1.9 m/s) Robert Emmiyan 22 May 1987 Soviet Union Tsakhkadzor, Soviet Union
Triple jump 17.41 m Armen Martirosian 5 June 1998 Armenia Gyumri, Armenia
Shot put 18.88 m Vardan Hovsepian 28 November 1960 Soviet Union Yerevan, Soviet Union
Discus throw 60.12 m Gennadiy Barsegian 15 June 1990 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
Hammer throw 71.48 m Georg Markarian 2 June 1979 [3] Soviet Union Riga, Soviet Union
Javelin throw 79.71 m Melik Janoyan 18 February 2012 Lunev Throws Memorial Russia Adler, Russia
Decathlon 6806 pts (ht) Onik Khachatrian 25–26 April 1974 Soviet Union Kropotkin, Soviet Union
11.0 (100 m), 6.50 m (long jump), 12.48 m (shot put), 1.75 m (high jump), 51.8 (400 m) /
15.5 (110 m hurdles), 38.80 m (discus), 4.10 m (pole vault), 55.68 m (javelin), 4:47.7 (1500 m)
20 km walk (road) 1:27:01 (ht) [4] Vartan Tumasyan 11 June 1988 Soviet Union Leningrad, Soviet Union
30 km walk (road) 2:29:04 (ht) Vartan Tumasyan 1 April 1989 Soviet Union Sochi, Soviet Union
50 km walk (road) 4:20:40 (ht) Vagarshak Arzumanian 11 October 1955 Soviet Union Yerevan, Soviet Union
4x100 m relay 41.5 (ht)  Armenian SSR 3 May 1979 Soviet Union Tbilisi, Soviet Union
4x200 m relay 1:25.6 (ht)  Armenian SSR 1 August 1956 Soviet Union Yerevan, Soviet Union
4x400 m relay 3:16.0 (ht)  Armenian SSR
A. Topilin
M. Khudoley
V. Moskalenko
A. Taranov
30 July 1967 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
4x800 m relay 7:43.5 (ht)  Armenian SSR 10 August 1980 Soviet Union Yerevan, Soviet Union
4x1500 m relay 16:27.2 (ht)  Armenian SSR 8 August 1975 Soviet Union Yerevan, Soviet Union

Women

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 11.89 (+1.3 m/s) Diana Khubeseryan 18 July 2013 European Junior Championships Italy Rieti, Italy [5]
200 m 24.53 Arpine Papaian 6 July 1988 Soviet Union Tallinn, Soviet Union
400 m 54.25 Anahit Harutyunian 15 July 1985 Soviet Union Vinnytsia, Soviet Union
800 m 2:04.0 (ht) Tsovik Grigorian 15 October 1987 Soviet Union Tbilisi, Soviet Union
1000 m 2:45.2 (ht) Vera Poghosyan 20 September 1979 Soviet Union Tuapse, Soviet Union
1500 m 4:22.8 (ht) Lyudmila Artyomova 12 July 1976 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
3000 m 9:50.04 Nune Avagian 23 June 1991 Soviet Union Krasnodar, Soviet Union
5000 m 17:18.12 Nune Avagian 15 September 1990 Soviet Union Kiev, Soviet Union
10000 m 36:12.00 (ht) Nune Avagian 30 May 1991 Soviet Union Krasnodar, Soviet Union
Marathon 2:56:57 Alexa Babakhanian 12 August 2001 World Championships Canada Edmonton, Canada [6]
100 m hurdles 14.13 (ht) Nadezhda Karyakina 19 June 1977 West Germany Bernhausen, West Germany
400 m hurdles 57.97 Amaliya Sharoyan 12 August 2013 World Championships Russia Moscow, Russia [7]
3000 m steeplechase 12:23.01 Gohar Astryan 18 June 2005 Turkey Istanbul, Turkey
High jump 1.80 m Olga Vichuzhanina 20 June 1983 Soviet Union Yerevan, Soviet Union
Djana Zutlevitse 20 September 1984 Soviet Union Yerevan, Soviet Union
Pole vault
Long jump 6.46 m Nadezhda Karyakina 22 June 1976 Soviet Union Kiev, Soviet Union
Triple jump 13.15 m Haykanush Beklaryan 21 May 2011 Armenia Artashat, Armenia [8][9]
Shot put 18.51 m Faina Melnyk 15 September 1973 Finland Helsinki, Finland
Discus throw 69.48 m Faina Melnyk 7 September 1973 United Kingdom Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Hammer throw 49.44 m Meline Chvchyan 30 May 2008 Armenia Artashat, Armenia
Javelin throw 49.12 m Kristine Harutyunyan 21 April 2012 Nizamutdinov Prizes Meeting Russia Adler, Russia
Heptathlon 4918 pts (ht) [10] Djana Zutlevitse 19–20 June 1982 Soviet Union Yerevan, Soviet Union
16.2 (100 m hurdles), 1.75 m (high jump), 9.92 m (shot put), 25.7 (200 m) / 5.33 m (long jump), 38.20 m (javelin), 2:27.0 (800 m)
5000 m walk (track) 23:26.00 Shushanik Dolmazyan 24 July 1982 Soviet Union Kaliningrad, Soviet Union
10 km walk (road) 48:33.0 (ht) Shushanik Dolmazyan 11 July 1993 Soviet Union Yerevan, Soviet Union
20 km walk (road)
4x100 m relay 47.11 [11]  Armenian SSR
I. Karnitskaya
T. Karminskaya
M. Starlynchanova
O. Kostoglodova
29 July 1979 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
48.36  Armenia
Lilit Manucharyan
Amaliya Sharoyan
Anna Kochinyan
Ani Khachikyan
20 June 2009 European Team Championships 3rd League Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina [12][13]
4x200 m relay 1:43.5 (ht)  Armenian SSR 28 June 1979 Soviet Union Tbilisi, Soviet Union
4x400 m relay 3:49.26  Armenia
G. Bulghardaryan
A. Telesheva
Amaliya Sharoyan
L. Karayan
19 June 2011 European Team Championships 3rd League Iceland Reykjavík, Island [14]
4x800 m relay 9:03.2 (ht)  Armenian SSR 29 June 1979 Soviet Union Tbilisi, Soviet Union

Indoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
60 m 6.93 Arman Andreasyan 5 March 2011 European Championships France Paris, France [15]
150 m 19.30 Arutyun Arutyunyan 20 November 2010 Northern Athletics Indoor Open United Kingdom Sheffield, United Kingdom [16]
200 m
400 m 48.96 Aram Davtyan 4 March 2011 European Championships France Paris, France [17]
800 m 1:53.44 Avetik Arakelian 5 March 2004 World Championships Hungary Budapest, Hungary [18]
1500 m 3:58.91 Sevak Yeghikian 3 March 2007 European Championships United Kingdom Birmingham, United Kingdom
3000 m 8:23.83 Sevak Yeghikian 4 March 2011 European Championships France Paris, France [19]
60 m hurdles
High jump
Pole vault
Long jump 8.49 m Robert Emmiyan 21 February 1987 European Championships France Liévin, France
Triple jump 17.21 m (A) Armen Martirosian 17 January 1999 Armenia Yerevan, Armenia
Shot put 19.90 m Yuriy Kuyumdzhan 4 February 1983 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
Heptathlon
(60 m), (long jump), (shot put), (high jump) / (60 m hurdles), (pole vault), (1000 m)
5000 m walk 22:16.80 Robert Avakian 8 February 2002 Iran Rasht, Iran
4x400 m relay

Women

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
60 m 7.73 Marine Ghazarian 8 February 2005 Iran Tehran, Iran
200 m 25.27 Marine Ghazarian 8 February 2005 Iran Tehran, Iran
300 m 40.43 Amaliya Sharoyan 25 December 2010 Russia Saint Petersburg, Russia
400 m 54.85 Amaliya Sharoyan 26 February 2011 France Eaubonne, France
600 m 1:34.70 Amaliya Sharoyan 24 December 2010 Russia Saint Petersburg, Russia
800 m 2:17.27 Meri Dezavarian 9 February 2005 Iran Tehran, Iran
1500 m 4:55.71 Meri Dezavarian 8 February 2005 Iran Tehran, Iran
3000 m
60 m hurdles 9.74 A Sharoian 1 February 2005 Iran Tehran, Iran
High jump
Pole vault
Long jump 5.70 m Haykanush Beklarian 26 February 2006 Russia Moscow, Russia
Haykanush Beklarian 13 February 2009 Iran Tehran, Iran
Triple jump 13.05 m A Haykanush Beklaryan 24 January 2010 Winter Open Championships Armenia Yerevan, Armenia
Shot put
Pentathlon
(60 m hurdles), (high jump), (shot put), (long jump), (800 m)
3000 m walk
4x400 m relay 4:00.63  Armenia 9 February 2005 Iran Tehran, Iran

ht = hand timing
A = affected by altitude
# = not officially ratified by IAAF

References

External links

  • AAF web site
  • Armenian Athletics Records - Outdoor
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