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Malawian records in athletics

The following are the national records in athletics in Malawi maintained by Athletics Association of Malawi (AAM).

Outdoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 10.88 Eston Kaonga 25 January 1994 New Zealand Christchurch, New Zealand
200 m 21.87 Eston Kaonga 27 January 1994 New Zealand Christchurch, New Zealand
400 m 48.29 Aleck Chigwenembe 7 August 1987 All-Africa Games Kenya Nairobi, Kenya
800 m 1:49.48 Kenneth Dzekedzeke 8 August 1987 All-Africa Games Kenya Nairobi, Kenya
1500 m 3:42.73 Chauncy Makolani Master 11 June 2008 Italy Avellino, Italy
3000 m 8:25.3 George Mambosasa 25 July 1986 Commonwealth Games United Kingdom Glasgow, United Kingdom
5000 m 14:08.0 Rodwell Kamwendo 1 July 2000 Zimbabwe Harare, Zimbabwe
10000 m 29:11.13 Rodwell Kamwendo 26 July 2002 Commonwealth Games United Kingdom Manchester, United Kingdom
Marathon 2:17:18 Smartex Tambala 2 February 1991 Rock 'n' Roll Las Vegas Marathon United States Las Vegas, United States
110 m hurdles 18.54 [1] Wilfred Ngwenya-Mwalwanda 8 September 1972 Olympic Games West Germany Munich, West Germany
400 m hurdles 55.5 Michael Lewis 1970 Zambia Lusaka, Zambia
3000 m steeplechase
High jump 2.10 m Wanangwa Mkandawire 24 June 2006 United Kingdom Birmingham, United Kingdom
Pole vault 3.81 m C. Msompha 26 August 1967 Malawi Blantyre, Malawi
Long jump 7.25 m Lifa Kalungo 16 November 1986 Malawi Zomba, Malawi
Triple jump 14.30 m Daniel Mkandawire 1970 Malawi Blantyre, Malawi
Shot put 14.90 m Brian Ngoma 1 July 2001 Zimbabwe Harare, Zimbabwe
Discus throw 42.14 m Wilfred Ngwenya-Mwalwanda 22 January 1972 Rhodesia Mhangula, Rhodesia
Hammer throw 23.41 m Takonwa Phiri 1 July 2001 Zimbabwe Harare, Zimbabwe
Javelin throw 56.93 m Stanley Mutali 3 July 2005 Zimbabwe Harare, Zimbabwe
Decathlon 6154 pts Wilfred Ngwenya-Mwalwanda 7–8 September 1972 Olympic Games West Germany Munich, West Germany
11.95 (100 m), 5.68 m (long jump), 12.27 m (shot put), 1.65 m (high jump), 52.68 (400 m) /
18.54 (110 m hurdles), 38.82 m (discus), 3.30 m (pole vault), 71.28 m (javelin), 4:37.4 (1500 m)
20 km walk (road)
50 km walk (road)
4x100 m relay 43.2  Malawi 24 September 1983 Zambia Luanshya, Zambia
4x400 m relay 3:11.97  Malawi
Isaac Ganunga
O. Silweya
Kenneth Dzekedzeke
A. Chigwenembe
11 August 1987 All-Africa Games Kenya Nairobi, Kenya

Women

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 12.25 Susan Tengatenga 3 August 2008 United Kingdom Carshalton, United Kingdom
200 m 25.14 Susan Tengatenga 3 May 2008 United Kingdom Bedford, United Kingdom
400 m 54.20 Ambwene Simukonda 3 August 2012 Olympic Games United Kingdom London, United Kingdom [2]
800 m 2:09.16 Gertrude Banda 14 October 2003 All-Africa Games Nigeria Abuja, Nigeria
1500 m 4:26.83 Lucia Chandamale 22 June 2008 Italy Velletri, Italy
3000 m 9:11.89 Catherine Chikwakwa 25 July 2006 DN Galan Sweden Stockholm, Sweden
5000 m 15:36.22 Catherine Chikwakwa 13 July 2004 Italy Grosseto, Italy
10000 m 35:03.6 Catherine Chikwakwa 3 July 2005 Zimbabwe Harare, Zimbabwe
Half marathon 1:14:31 Catherine Chikwakwa 24 September 2006 Luxembourg Remich, Luxembourg
Marathon 3:16:24 Lucia Chandamale 26 July 2003 Malawi Blantyre, Malawi
100 m hurdles 16.1 Y. Elector 19 July 1969 Malawi Blantyre, Malawi
400 m hurdles 1:04.26 Ambwene Simukonda 5 June 2011 Swansea
3000 m steeplechase
High jump 1.47 m Angelina Maluwa 7 August 1988 Malawi Blantyre, Malawi
Pole vault
Long jump 5.05 m Rose Mjojo 26 August 1973 Malawi Blantyre, Malawi
Triple jump 10.25 m Kachali 20 July 1968 Malawi Blantyre, Malawi
Shot put 11.46 m Rose Chamangwana 5 September 1975 Kenya Mombasa, Kenya
Discus throw 34.20 m Rose Chamangwana 5 September 1975 Kenya Mombasa, Kenya
Hammer throw
Javelin throw 29.79 m Kettie Mkandawire 30 May 2009 Botswana Gaborone, Botswana
Heptathlon
(100 m hurdles), (high jump), (shot put), (200 m) / (long jump), (javelin), (800 m)
20 km walk (road)
4x100 m relay 52.1  Malawi
Phiri
Emesia Chizunga
Mabel Saeluska
Missie Misomali
3 December 1972 Tanzania Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
4x400 m relay 4:09.2  Malawi 1 July 2001 Zimbabwe Harare, Zimbabwe

Indoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
60 m 7.65 Ngoni Tengatenga 5 December 2009 Yale Lidlifter Invitational United States New Haven, United States [3]
200 m 23.69 Ngoni Tengatenga 5 December 2009 Yale Lidlifter Invitational United States New Haven, United States [4]
400 m 50.39 Moses Kondowe 5 March 1999 World Championships Japan Maebashi, Japan
800 m 1:54.49 Kondawi Chiwina 5 March 2004 World Championships Hungary Budapest, Hungary [5]
1500 m 3:58.23 Francis Munthali 10 March 1995 World Championships Spain Barcelona, Spain
3000 m
60 m hurdles
High jump 2.08 m Wanangwa Mkandawire 4 February 2006 United Kingdom Cardiff, United Kingdom
Pole vault
Long jump
Triple jump
Shot put
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 8.05 Susan Tengatenga 28 October 2009 United Kingdom Glasgow, United Kingdom
200 m 25.78 Susan Tengatenga 15 March 2008 United Kingdom Sheffield, United Kingdom
400 m 57.17 Ambwene Simukonda 12 February 2011 UK Trials and Championships United Kingdom Sheffield, United Kingdom [6]
800 m
1500 m
3000 m
60 m hurdles
High jump
Pole vault
Long jump
Triple jump
Shot put
Pentathlon
(60 m hurdles), (high jump), (shot put), (long jump), (800 m)
3000 m walk
4x400 m relay

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