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Montenegrin records in athletics

The following are the national records in athletics in Montenegro maintained by the Atletski Savez Crne Gore (ASCG).

Outdoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 10.78 (+1.7 m/s) Luka Rakić 12 July 2012 Montenegro Berane, Montenegro
200 m 21.73 (+0.6 m/s) Darko Raičević 8 June 2008 Montenegro Bar, Montenegro
400 m 46.82 Slaviša Vraneš 19 August 2000 Serbia and Montenegro Belgrade, F.R. Yugoslavia
800 m 1:52.05 Slaviša Vraneš 16 June 1996 Serbia and Montenegro Niš, F.R. Yugoslavia
1000 m 2:29.5 (ht) Lazar Radulović 2 August 1980 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Rijeka, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
1500 m 3:55.8 (ht) Muhamed Bardić 2 July 1989 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Belgrade, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
3000 m 8:27.4 (ht) Radovan Laković 22 July 1981 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Berane, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
8:24.06 # [1] Goran Stojiljković 21 June 2009 Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
5000 m 14:29.43 Osman Erović 10 May 1987 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Nova Gorica, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
10000 m 30:45.0 (ht) Osman Erović 31 May 1987 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Kumbor, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
Half marathon 1:06:15 Drago Musić 19 July 1997 Rotterdam Marathon Serbia and Montenegro Negotin, F.R. Yugoslavia
Marathon 2:24:18 Drago Musić 4 October 1998 Podgorica Marathon Montenegro Podgorica, Montenegro
2:20:11 # [2] Goran Stojiljković 13 April 2008 Rotterdam Marathon Netherlands Rotterdam, Netherlands
50 km (road) 3:08:24 Dragoljub Koprivica 29 March 2009 Montenegro Podgorica, Montenegro
100 km (road) 7:57:09 Dragoljub Koprivica 11 November 2007 Montenegro Podgorica, Montenegro
110 m hurdles 14.89 (+1.3 m/s) Darko Pešić 12 May 2012 Serbia Sremska Mitrovica, Serbia
400 m hurdles 54.17 Milan Vuković 28 June 1998 Serbia and Montenegro Belgrade, F.R. Yugoslavia
3000 m steeplechase 9:14.2 (ht) Igor Gojnić 26 May 1984 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Celje, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
High jump 2.05 m Ljubiša Marović 24 September 1986 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Titovo Užice, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
Pole vault 4.30 m [3] Darko Pešić 12 July 2013 European U23 Championships Finland Tampere, Finland [4]
Long jump 7.20 m Milorad Jovančević 23 July 1981 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Berane, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
Triple jump 14.97 m Milorad Jovančević 24 July 1981 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Berane, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
Shot put 18.43 m Danijel Furtula 28 May 2013 Games of the Small States of Europe Luxembourg Luxembourg City, Luxembourg [5]
Discus throw 64.60 m Danijel Furtula 10 March 2013 Zimski Cup Montenegro Bar, Montenegro [6]
Hammer throw 57.89 m Ilija Šoškić 25 July 1962 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Podgorica, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
Javelin throw 65.74 m Vladimir Petrović 25 May 2008 Sweden Sätra, Sweden
74.54 m (Old design) Mirko Vujačić 3 May 1960 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Podgorica, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
Decathlon 7522 pts Darko Pešić 11–12 July 2013 European U23 Championships Finland Tampere, Finland [7]
11.62 (-0.2 m/s) (100 m), 6.91 m (+0.2 m/s) (long jump), 14.20 m (shot put), 1.98 m (high jump), 51.41 (400 m) /
14.87 (-1.2 m/s) (110 m hurdles), 44.26 m (discus), 4.30 m (pole vault), 54.85 m (javelin), 4:29.87 (1500 m)
20 km walk (road)
50 km walk (road)
4×100 m relay 42.64  Montenegro
Boris Savić
Darko Raičević
Ilija Ranitović
Dragoje Rajković
21 June 2008 Slovakia Banská Bystrica, Slovakia
4×400 m relay 3:21.43  Montenegro
Boris Savić
Ilija Ranitović
Nikola Marović
Darko Raičević
24 June 2007 European Cup, 2nd League, Group B Bosnia and Herzegovina Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Women

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 12.24 (+0.8 m/s) Milena Milašević 26 August 2007 World Championships Japan Osaka, Japan [8]
200 m 25.41 (-0.6 m/s) Jovana Kljajević 13 July 2007 Czech Republic Ostrava, Czech Republic
400 m 56.47 Danijela Srdanović 4 July 1992 Serbia and Montenegro Belgrade, F.R. Yugoslavia
800 m 2:10.34 Slađana Perunović 11 July 2012 Montenegro Berane, Montenegro [9]
1000 m 2:48.94 Slađana Perunović 11 September 2011 Montenegro Bar, Montenegro
1500 m 4:26.2 Slađana Perunović 1 May 2011 Montenegro Bar, Montenegro
3000 m 9:34.24 Slađana Perunović 18 June 2011 European Team Championships 3rd League Iceland Reykjavík, Iceland [10]
5000 m 16:25.91 Slađana Perunović 19 June 2011 European Team Championships 3rd League Iceland Reykjavík, Iceland [11]
10000 m 35:21.21 Slađana Perunović 28 May 2013 Games of the Small States of Europe Luxembourg Luxembourg City, Luxembourg [12]
Half marathon 1:16:57 Slađana Perunović 17 April 2011 Belgrade Half Marathon Serbia Belgrade, Serbia [13][14]
25 km (road) 1:32:59+ Slađana Perunović 5 August 2012 Olympic Games United Kingdom London, Great Britain [15]
30 km (road) 1:51:53+ Slađana Perunović 5 August 2012 Olympic Games United Kingdom London, Great Britain [16]
35 km (road) 2:11:26+ Slađana Perunović 5 August 2012 Olympic Games United Kingdom London, Great Britain [17]
Marathon 2:39:07 Slađana Perunović 5 August 2012 Olympic Games United Kingdom London, Great Britain [18]
50 km (road) 4:45:37 Zorica Krivokapić 29 March 2009 Montenegro Podgorica, Montenegro
100 km (road) 10:06:56 Slađana Perunović 30 November 2002 Montenegro Podgorica, Montenegro
100 m hurdles 14.20 Sanja Đurnić-Tripković 18 July 2007 Serbia Belgrade, Serbia
400 m hurdles 58.36 Sanja Đurnić-Tripković 28 June 1998 Serbia and Montenegro Belgrade, F.R. Yugoslavia
3000 m steeplechase 11:17.66 Slađana Perunović 10 August 2008 Bosnia and Herzegovina Sokolac, Bosnia and Herzegovina
High jump 1.91 m Marija Vuković 25 July 2010 World Junior Championships Canada Moncton, Canada [19]
Pole vault
Long jump 6.23 m (+0.9 m/s) Milena Milašević 8 June 2008 Montenegro Bar, Montenegro
Triple jump 12.33 m (+1.0 m/s) Milena Milašević 23 May 2009 Serbia Sremska Mitrovica, Serbia
Shot put 12.90 m Milena Milašević 5 August 2007 Montenegro Bar, Montenegro
Discus throw 47.92 m Milica Vukadinović 1 September 2012 Montenegro Bar, Montenegro
Hammer throw 42.63 m Sandra Bogavac 26 May 2012 Montenegro Bar, Montenegro
Javelin throw 46.63 m Amela Feković 17 June 2012 Montenegro Bar, Montenegro
Heptathlon 4848 pts (ht) Milena Milašević 30 September–1 October 2006 Montenegro Bar, Montenegro
14.7 (100 m hurdles), 1.55 m (high jump), 12.09 m (shot put), 25.9 (200 m) / 5.84 m (long jump), 28.57 m (javelin), 2:36.2 (800 m)
20 km walk (road)
4x100 m relay 49.74  Montenegro
Ljiljana Matović
Marina Bošković
Jovana Kljajević
Milena Milašević
20 June 2009 Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
4x400 m relay 3:54.46  Montenegro
Sanja Đurnić-Tripković
Danijela Drobnjak
Jadranka Perutović
Danijela Srdanović
5 July 1992 Serbia and Montenegro Belgrade, F.R. Yugoslavia

Indoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
50 m 6.65 Momir Matović 21 January 2011 Serbia Novi Sad, Serbia
60 m 6.94 Boris Savić 11 February 2007 Serbia Belgrade, Serbia
200 m 24.24 Momir Matović 6 March 2011 Hungary Budapest, Hungary
400 m 50.07 Ilija Ranitović 9 February 2008 Greece Athens, Greece
800 m 1:55.22 Ilija Ranitović 21 February 2009 Greece Piraeus, Greece
1000 m 2:45.18 Darko Pešić 6 February 2011 Hungary Budapest, Hungary
1500 m 4:35.15 Semir Barudžija 4 March 2000 Serbia and Montenegro Belgrade, F.R. Yugoslavia
3000 m
60 m hurdles 9.51 Momir Matović 29 January 2011 Serbia Belgrade, Serbia
High jump 1.87 m Darko Pešić 5 March 2011 Hungary Budapest, Hungary
Pole vault 2.55 m Momčilo Vujović 21 February 1954 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Podgorica, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
Long jump 6.87 m Darko Pešić 13 February 2011 Hungary Budapest, Hungary
Triple jump 12.88 m # Ljubomir Ćirović 23 March 1969 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Belgrade, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
Shot put 16.33 m Danilo Ristić 27 February 2010 Croatia Zagreb, Croatia
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
50 m 7.41 Ljiljana Matović 21 January 2011 Serbia Novi Sad, Serbia
7.1 (ht) Dragica Šćekić 23 March 1969 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Belgrade, F.R. Yugoslavia
60 m 7.88 Milena Milašević 24 January 2009 Serbia and Montenegro Belgrade, F.R. Yugoslavia
200 m 27.67 Ljiljana Matović 6 March 2011 Hungary Budapest, Hungary
400 m 57.53 Jovana Kljajević 21 February 2007 Greece Piraeus, Greece
800 m 2:25.02 Dejana Sošić 9 February 2008 Greece Athens, Greece
1500 m 4:38.27 Slađana Perunović 9 February 2008 Greece Athens, Greece
3000 m 9:52.94 Slađana Perunović 21 February 2009 Greece Piraeus, Greece
60 m hurdles 9.69 Ljiljana Matović 6 February 2011 Hungary Budapest, Hungary
9.0 (ht) Sanja Đurnić-Tripković 18 February 1996 Serbia and Montenegro Belgrade, F.R. Yugoslavia
High jump 1.84 m Marija Vuković 31 January 2009 Greece Athens, Greece
Pole vault
Long jump 5.99 m Milena Milašević 9 February 2008 Greece Athens, Greece
Triple jump
Shot put 9.67 m Marija Veličković 4 March 2000 Serbia and Montenegro Belgrade, F.R. Yugoslavia
Pentathlon
(60 m hurdles), (high jump), (shot put), (long jump), (800 m)
3000 m walk
4x400 m relay

ht = hand timing
# = not ratified by IAAF

References

External links

  • ASCG web site
  • Montenegrin Records
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