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Liechtensteinian records in athletics

The following are the national records in athletics in Liechtenstein maintained by its national athletics federation: Liechtensteiner Turn- und Leichtathletik-Verband (LTLV).

Outdoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 10.53 Martin Frick 12 July 1996 Switzerland Bellinzona, Switzerland
200 m 21.14 Martin Frick 1 June 1998 Switzerland Zofingen, Switzerland
300 m 34.08 Martin Frick 25 April 1998 Switzerland Cham, Switzerland
400 m 49.35 Martin Meyer 22 May 1991 Games of the Small States of Europe Andorra Andorra la Vella, Andorra
47.9 (ht) # Günther Hasler 21 June 1975 Switzerland Bern, Switzerland
600 m 1:17.4 (ht) Günther Hasler 19 July 1975 Switzerland Bern, Switzerland
800 m 1:46.16 Günther Hasler 20 August 1975 Weltklasse Zürich Switzerland Zürich, Switzerland
1000 m 2:18.6 (ht) Günther Hasler 20 August 1978 France Nice, France
1500 m 3:39.34 Günther Hasler 29 July 1976 Olympic Games Canada Montreal, Canada
Mile 4:40.4 (ht) Hugo Walser 11 June 1960 Austria Gisingen, Austria
3000 m 8:10.63 Günther Hasler 1 May 1976 Switzerland Zug, Switzerland
5000 m 15:07.8 (ht) Hugo Walser 27 May 1965 Switzerland Aarau, Switzerland
10000 m 31:29.18 Roland Wille 7 July 1994 Switzerland Dübendorf, Switzerland
Half marathon 1:07:51 Marcel Tschopp 29 March 2008 Switzerland Oberriet, Switzerland
Marathon 2:24:10.5 Marcel Tschopp 20 April 2008 Zürich Marathon Switzerland Zürich, Switzerland
110 m hurdles 15.59 Franz Biedermann 15 October 1968 Olympic Games Mexico Mexico City, Mexico
400 m hurdles 57.94 Kurt Wachter 8 June 1985 Switzerland Sargans, Switzerland
3000 m steeplechase 10:08.37 Florian Hilti 24 June 2007 European Cup, 2nd League, Group B Bosnia and Herzegovina Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
High jump 2.08 m Christian Gloor 17 June 2001 Switzerland Meilen, Switzerland
Pole vault 4.20 m Franz Biedermann 12 August 1978 Finland Helsinki, Finland
Long jump 7.24 m Franz Tschol 6 May 1989 Switzerland St. Gallen, Switzerland
Triple jump 13.62 m Franz Biedermann 2 July 1967 Switzerland Zürich, Switzerland
Shot put 14.09 m Stefan Kaufmann 29 April 2001 Germany Geisingen, Germany
Discus throw 43.36 m Oskar Ospelt 23 July 1938 Switzerland Basel, Switzerland
Hammer throw 21.15 m Dietmar Feger 23 August 2008 Switzerland Alpnach, Switzerland
Javelin throw 71.68 m René Michlig 5 June 2007 Games of the Small States of Europe Monaco Monaco
Decathlon 6628 pts (ht) Alois Büchel 19–20 October 1964 Olympic Games Japan Tokyo, Japan
11.3 (100 m), 6.81 m (long jump), 12.16 m (shot put), 1.81 m (high jump), 49.7 (400 m) /
17.5 (110 m hurdles), 37.19 m (discus), 4.00 m (pole vault), 44.90 m (javelin), 4:28.6 (1500 m)
20 km walk (road)
50 km walk (road)
4x100 m relay 42.41 [1]  Liechtenstein
P. Nägele
Franz Tschol
Switzerland F. Brosi (SUI)
M. Büchel
16 May 1987 Games of the Small States of Europe Monaco Fontvieille, Monaco
4x400 m relay 3:25.20 [2]  Liechtenstein
Switzerland M. Vogelsang (SUI)
Martin Frick
Martin Meyer
Franz Tschol
25 May 1991 Games of the Small States of Europe Andorra Andorra la Vella, Andorra

Women

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 11.84 Manuela Marxer 31 May 1995 Games of the Small States of Europe Luxembourg Luxembourg, Luxembourg
200 m 24.10 Yvonne Hasler 14 August 1988 Switzerland Zug, Switzerland
300 m 38.9 Manuela Marxer 23 July 1994 Switzerland Geneva, Switzerland
400 m 54.47 Maria Ritter 20 August 1978 Weltklasse Zürich Switzerland Zürich, Switzerland
600 m 1:29.19 Maria Ritter 27 September 1981 Liechtenstein Schaan, Liechtenstein
800 m 2:02.82 Maria Ritter 27 August 1980 West Germany Koblenz, West Germany
1000 m 2:42.09 Helen Ritter 19 August 1981 Switzerland Zürich, Switzerland
1500 m 4:16.2+ (ht) Helen Ritter 26 January 1980 New Zealand Auckland, New Zealand
Mile 4:37.9 (ht) Helen Ritter 26 January 1980 New Zealand Auckland, New Zealand
3000 m 9:23.12 Helen Ritter 29 August 1984 West Germany Koblenz, West Germany
5000 m 18:35.42 Carmen Senti 6 June 1997 Games of the Small States of Europe Iceland Reykjavík, Iceland
10000 m 36:57.24 # Kerstin Mennenga-Metzler 24 August 2006 Germany München, Germany
39:43.65 x Kerstin Mennenga 2 April 2005 Austria Dornbirn, Austria
Half marathon 1:22:06 Maria Wille 11 August 1992 Germany Radolfzell, Germany
Marathon 2:51:20 Nicole Klinger 11 May 2008 Czech Republic Prague, Czech Republic
100 m hurdles 13.38 Manuela Marxer 17 July 1994 Switzerland Jona, Switzerland
400 m hurdles 1:04.08 Claudia Fantina 6 September 1992 Switzerland Colombier, Switzerland
3000 m steeplechase
High jump 1.79 m Yvonne Hasler 10 June 1989 Liechtenstein Schaan, Liechtenstein
Pole vault
Long jump 6.13 m Manuela Marxer 9 August 1994 Finland Helsinki, Finland
Triple jump
Shot put 13.53 m [3] Manuela Marxer 27 May 1995 Hypo-Meeting Austria Götzis, Austria
Discus throw 41.37 m Veronika Längle-Meier 3 June 2011 Games of the Small States of Europe Liechtenstein Schaan, Liechtenstein [4]
Hammer throw
Javelin throw 48.10 m Johanna Heeb 25 May 2003 Hallesche Werfertage Germany Halle, Germany
Heptathlon 6093 pts Manuela Marxer 28–29 May 1994 Hypo-Meeting Austria Götzis, Austria
13.45 (100 m hurdles), 1.72 m (high jump), 13.03 m (shot put), 24.14 (200 m) / 6.07 m (w) (long jump), 40.38 m (javelin), 2:13.49 (800 m)
20 km walk (road)
4x100 m relay 46.92 [5]  Liechtenstein
Switzerland K. Sutter (SUI)
Yvonne Hasler
Manuela Marxer
M. Biedermann
20 May 1989 Games of the Small States of Europe Cyprus Nicosia, Cyprus
4x400 m relay

Indoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
60 m 7.40 (1st run) Fabian Haldner 29 January 2012 23. Internationales ASVÖ Hallenmeeting Austria Dornbirn, Austria [6]
7.40 (2nd run)
200 m 23.34 Fabian Haldner 4 February 2012 Nationales Hallenmeeting Switzerland Magglingen, Switzerland [7]
400 m 52.62 Fabian Haldner 22 January 2012 C-Meeting Switzerland St. Gallen, Switzerland [8]
800 m 1:47.41 Günther Hasler 24 February 1977 Italy Milan, Italy
1500 m 3:50.8 Günther Hasler 29 January 1977 Switzerland Böblingen, Switzerland
3000 m 8:25.87 Günther Hasler 19 February 1978 Switzerland Magglingen, Switzerland
60 m hurdles
High jump
Pole vault 3.10 m Johannes Hasler 29 January 2012 23. Internationales ASVÖ Hallenmeeting Austria Dornbirn, Austria [9]
Long jump 5.89 m John Kieber 30 January 2011 22. Internationales ASVÖ Hallenmeeting Austria Dornbirn, Austria [10]
Triple jump
Shot put
Heptathlon
(60 m), (high jump), (shot put), (long jump) / (60 m hurdles), (pole vault), (1000 m)
5000 m walk
4x400 m relay

Women

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
60 m 7.79 Manuela Marxer 10 February 1991 Switzerland Magglingen, Switzerland
200 m
400 m 59.53 Maria Ritter 21 February 1976 European Championships West Germany Munich, West Germany
800 m 2:15.4 Maria Ritter 21 February 1976 European Championships West Germany Munich, West Germany
1500 m
3000 m
60 m hurdles 8.41 Manuela Marxer 24 February 1994 Germany Mannheim, Germany
High jump 1.69 m Manuela Marxer 6 February 1994 Switzerland Magglingen, Switzerland
Pole vault 2.40 m Kathrin Berginz 30 January 2011 Austria Dornbirn, Austria
Long jump 5.90 m Manuela Marxer 11 February 1994 Germany Mannheim, Germany
Triple jump
Shot put 13.36 m Manuela Marxer 7 February 1994 Switzerland Magglingen, Switzerland
Pentathlon
(60 m hurdles), (high jump), (shot put), (long jump), (800 m)
3000 m walk
4x400 m relay

ht = hand timing
# = not officially ratified by IAAF
x = mixed race

References

External links

  • LTLV web site
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