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Jordanian records in athletics

The following are the national records in athletics in Jordan maintained by Jordan Athletics Federation (JAF).

Outdoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 10.48 (+1.7 m/s) Khalil Al-Hanahneh 27 October 2007 Jordan Amman, Jordan
10.2 (ht) Muhammad Owaidah 14 November 1991 Jordan Amman, Jordan
200 m 20.81 (+2.0 m/s) Khalil Al-Hanahneh 24 November 2007 Pan Arab Games Egypt Cairo, Egypt
400 m 47.67 Abdelsalam Khalifa Al-Haj 25 July 2007 Jordan Amman, Jordan
47.2 (ht) Shadi Qa'qour 11 September 1999 Jordan Irbid, Jordan
800 m 1:48.25 Jihad Al-Balawi 15 July 1993 United States Buffalo, United States
1500 m 3:45.39 Bashar Al Kafraini 10 December 2006 Qatar Doha, Qatar
3:45.0 (ht) Jihad Al-Balawi 7 September 1992 Syria Latakia, Syria
3000 m 8:19.21 Bashar Ehayel Al-Kafraini 5 June 2004 Lebanon Beirut, Lebanon
5000 m 14:07.46 Awad Hasini 16 October 1994 Asian Games Japan Hiroshima, Japan
10000 m 29:24.35 Awad Hasini 10 October 1994 Asian Games Japan Hiroshima, Japan
Half marathon 1:05:04 # Awad Hasini Sress 12 April 1992 France Nice, France
1:05:07 (ht) Methkal Abu Drais 16 October 2010 Syria Nice, Syria
Marathon 2:18:15 (ht) Ahmed Al-Hamshari 10 December 1989 Spain Calvia, Spain
110 m hurdles 14.78 Nerysqla Maam 26 September 2009 Jordan Amman, Jordan
14.2 (ht) Ra'e Khraisat 29 July 2000 Jordan Irbid, Jordan
400 m hurdles 53.62 Hassan Abou Najem 27 September 1993 Syria Latakia, Syria
53.2 Hassan Abou Najem 6 September 1992 Syria ?, Syria
3000 m steeplechase 8:40.74 Jihad Al-Balawi 7 July 1990 West Germany Lübeck, West Germany
High jump 2.22 m Fakhraldien Gor 4 July 1991 Jordan Amman, Jordan
Pole vault 4.91 m Taher Salom Al-Zahoun 20 March 2010 Jordan Irbid, Jordan
Long jump 7.48 m (-0.3 m/s) Khalil Al-Hanahneh 26 April 2008 Jordan Amman, Jordan
7.48 m (+0.6 m/s) 19 March 2010 Jordan Irbid, Jordan
Triple jump 15.87 m Mohamed Abdul Baqi 29 July 2000 Jordan Irbid, Jordan
Shot put 18.41 m Musab Al-Momani 21 May 2013 Arab Championships Qatar Doha, Qatar
Discus throw 62.64 m Musab Al-Momani 11 October 2012 Jordan Amman, Jordan [1]
Hammer throw 54.10 m Ahmed Amer Hawaftnah 7 August 2010 Jordan Irbid, Jordan
Javelin throw 58.48 m Khaled Jaber 8 June 1995 Jordan Irbid, Jordan
Decathlon 6586 pts Hassan Abou Najem 13–14 August 1999 Jordan Irbid, Jordan
11.28 (100 m), 6.54 m (long jump), 11.72 m (shot put), 1.83 m (high jump), 48.98 (400 m) /
15.69 (110 m hurdles), 29.29 m (discus), 3.20 m (pole vault), 48.35 m (javelin), 4:23.53 (1500 m)
10000 m walk (track) 47:40.1 (ht) Rice Daua 20 September 1991 Jordan Amman, Jordan
20 km walk (road) 1:40:53 (ht) Muein Taa Al-Khalaf 2 September 1995 Universiade Japan Fukuoka, Japan
50 km walk (road)
4x100 m relay 41.9 (ht)  Jordan
S. Abdelbaki
Mohamad Shaman
Mohamed Aouida
Hassan Abou Najem
10 May 1994 Iraq Baghdad, Iraq
4x400 m relay 3:14.3 (ht)  Jordan
Mohamad Shaman
Jihad Al-Balawi
Hassan Abou Najem
A. Al-Safi
5 October 1989 Egypt Cairo, Egypt

Women

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 11.97 (+0.1 m/s) Basma Al-Eshoush 6 October 2004 Pan Arab Games Algeria Algiers, Algeria
200 m 25.25 (+0.5 m/s) Basma Al-Eshoush 9 December 2005 West Asian Games Qatar Doha, Qatar
400 m 59.00 Rania Shoukri Al-Qebali 27 August 2008 Jordan Amman, Jordan
800 m 2:11.39 Alia Al-Matari 27 August 1995 Egypt Cairo, Egypt
1500 m 4:37.16 Khadija Al Matari 9 November 1983 Asian Championships Kuwait Kuwait City, Kuwait
3000 m 9:57.3 Amal Al-Matari 30 July 1998 Jordan Amman, Jordan
5000 m 17:44.8 (ht) Amal Al-Matari 23 April 1997 Iraq Baghdad, Iraq
18:12.00 Amal Al-Matari 26 May 1095 Egypt ?, Egypt
10000 m 37:50.28 Amal Al-Matari 26 August 1994 Germany Troisdorf, Germany
Half marathon 1:29:02 (ht) Amal Al-Matari 13 July 1997 Lebanon Beirut, Lebanon
Marathon 3:37:30 Rduksa Nidadh Pidab 11 April 2010 Paris Marathon France Paris, France
100 m hurdles 14.49 (+2.0 m/s) Basma Al-Eshoush 7 October 2004 Pan Arab Games Algeria Algiers, Algeria
400 m hurdles 1:03.13 Rania Shoukri Al-Qebali 28 August 2008 Jordan Amman, Jordan
3000 m steeplechase 11:15.97 Pvik Elaa 20 March 2010 Bangladesh Debra, Bangladesh
High jump 1.73 m Souhad Hadad 26 August 1993 Jordan Irbid, Jordan
Pole vault 3.20 m # Fatima Al-Zahraa 12 September 2004 Syria Damascus, Syria
3.10 m Basma Al-Eshoush 4 October 2004 Pan Arab Games Algeria Algiers, Algeria
Long jump 6.01 m (+0.5 m/s) Rima Farid Taha 18 May 2007 Jordan Amman, Jordan
Triple jump 12.60 m (0.0 m/s) Rima Fareed 29 October 2011 Pan Arabic Championships United Arab Emirates Al-Ain, United Arab Emirates [2]
Shot put 17.83 m Nada Mufid Kawar 6 May 2000 United States Los Angeles, United States
Discus throw 60.11 m Nada Mufid Kawar 28 March 1998 United States La Jolla, United States
Hammer throw 44.66 m Nada Mufid Kawar 16 March 1996 United States Los Angeles, United States
Javelin throw 38.28 m Fatin Bakhit 23 November 2000 Iraq Baghdad, Iraq
Heptathlon 4263 pts Rania Shoukri Al-Qebali 5–6 May 2010 Egypt Cairo, Egypt
15.61 (100 m hurdles), 1.55 m (high jump), 8.35 m (shot put), 25.85 (200 m) / 5.03 m (long jump), 20.91 m (javelin), 2:28.10 (800 m)
20 km walk (road)
4x100 m relay 50.4 (ht)  Jordan
Imtithal Da’abes
Alia Al-Matari
M. Jalal
Intisar Othman[3]
23 July 1987 Syria Damascus, Syria
4x400 m relay 4:01.28  Jordan
Imtithal Da’abes
Montaha Al-Majali
Alia Al-Matari
Souhad Haddad
10 September 1992 Syria Latakia, Syria

Indoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
60 m 6.86 Khalil Al-Hanahneh 10 February 2006 Asian Championships Thailand Pattaya, Thailand
200 m
400 m
800 m
1500 m 3:57.84 Abdelaziz Mishref Al-Merdek 26 February 2010 Doha Indoor Meet Qatar Doha, Qatar [4]
3000 m
60 m hurdles
High jump
Pole vault
Long jump 7.17 m Khalil Al-Hanahneh 10 February 2006 Asian Championships Thailand Pattaya, Thailand
Triple jump
Shot put 15.40 m Tarek Al-Najjar 14 January 2001 Germany Munich, Germany
Heptathlon
(60 m), (long jump), (shot put), (high jump) / (60 m hurdles), (pole vault), (1000 m)
5000 m walk
4x400 m relay

Women

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
60 m
200 m 24.31 Amal Haddad 23 January 1999 United States Houston, United States
400 m
800 m 2:29.23 [5] Rania Shoukri Al-Qabali 14 February 2008 Asian Championships Qatar Doha, Qatar [6]
1500 m 4:47.0 Khadija Amal Al-Matari 15 December 1997 Iran Rasht, Iran
3000 m 10:14.2 Khadija Amal Al-Matari 16 December 1997 Iran Rasht, Iran
60 m hurdles 10.47 Shifa Anabtawi 10 February 2006 Asian Championships Thailand Pattaya, Thailand
9.8 (ht) [7] Rania Shoukri Al-Qabali 14 February 2008 Asian Championships Qatar Doha, Qatar [8]
High jump 1.43 m [9] Rania Shoukri Al-Qabali 14 February 2008 Asian Championships Qatar Doha, Qatar [10]
Pole vault
Long jump 5.85 m Rima Taha Farid 11 February 2006 Asian Championships Thailand Pattaya, Thailand
Triple jump
Shot put 17.74 m A Nada Kawar 12 February 1999 United States Colorado Springs, United States
Pentathlon 2426 pts Rania Shoukri Al-Qabali 14 February 2008 Asian Championships Qatar Doha, Qatar [11]
9.8 (ht) (60 m hurdles), 1.43 m (high jump), NM (shot put), 4.68 m (long jump), 2:29.23 (800 m)
3000 m walk
4x400 m relay

ht = hand timing
# = not recognised by federation
A = affected by altitude

References

External links

  • JAF web site (English)
  • JAF web site (Arabic)
  • Jordanian Outdoor Records - Men
  • Jordanian Outdoor Records - Women
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