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North Korean records in athletics

The following are the national records in athletics in North Korea maintained by Amateur Athletic Association of DPR of Korea.

Outdoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 10.60 Yu Jong-Rim 19 May 1991 North Korea Pyongyang, North Korea
200 m 21.23 Yu Jong-Rim 17 October 1991 North Korea Pyongyang, North Korea
400 m 46.95 Hwang Il-Sok 25 June 2000 Japan Odawara, Japan
800 m 1:49.2 Huang Myon-Son 11 April 1983 North Korea Pyongyang, North Korea
1500 m 3:46.0 Kang Hyong-Man 20 October 1963 North Korea Pyongyang, North Korea
3000 m 8:14.9 Lee Gen-Ho 13 August 1989 North Korea Pyongyang, North Korea
5000 m 13:53.9 Ryu Ok-Hyon 13 May 1987 North Korea Pyongyang, North Korea
10000 m 28:26.86 Ryu Ok-Hyon 9 June 1990 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
Half marathon 1:05:46 Jong Myong-Chol 30 August 2003 South Korea Daegu, South Korea
Marathon 2:09:26 [1] Li Jong Hyong 19 October 1983 North Korea Pyongyang, North Korea
2:10:50 # Kim Jung-Won 10 March 1996 Pyongyang Marathon North Korea Pyongyang, North Korea
2:10:52 Goe Chun Son 16 March 1980 France Essonne, France
110 m hurdles 14.15 Cha Won-Bok June 1990 ?, (Eastern Europe)
400 m hurdles 53.30 Choi Chang-Sun 2 June 1985 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
3000 m steeplechase 8:53.8 Ju Il-Myong 3 April 1994 North Korea Pyongyang, North Korea
High jump 2.18 m Kim Gwang-Su 25 October 1994 North Korea Pyongyang, North Korea
Pole vault 5.00 m Han Il-Hak 2 June 1990 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
Ja Song-Gil 25 July 1996 North Korea Pyongyang, North Korea
Long jump 7.86 m Cha Gyong-Nam 14 April 1983 North Korea Pyongyang, North Korea
Triple jump 16.06 m Cha Gyong-Son 26 October 1995 North Korea Pyongyang, North Korea
Shot put 15.79 m Kim Hak-Chol 24 April 1992 North Korea Pyongyang, North Korea
Discus throw 55.18 m Kim Yong-Nam 26 June 1994 North Korea Sariwon, North Korea
Hammer throw 61.84 m Kim Jin-Hwan 31 May 1986 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
Javelin throw 63.82 m Kim Chol-Nam 21 May 1994 North Korea Pyongyang, North Korea
Decathlon 7485 pts Kim Sam-Ryong 26–27 April 1997 Japan Maebashi, Japan
10.97 (100 m), 7.25 m (w) (long jump), 13.24 m (shot put), 2.04 m (high jump), 48.91 (400 m) /
15.48 (110 m hurdles), 37.20 m (discus), 4.50 m (pole vault), 46.46 m (javelin), 4:44.33 (1500 m)
20 km walk (road)
50 km walk (road)
4x100 m relay 41.3  North Korea 25 April 1995 North Korea Pyongyang, North Korea
4x400 m relay 3:18.9  North Korea 20 October 1994 North Korea Pyongyang, North Korea

Women

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 11.80 Li Yong-Ae 25 April 1991 North Korea Pyongyang, North Korea
200 m 25.10 Kim Chun-Hwa 17 October 1991 North Korea Pyongyang, North Korea
400 m 56.23 Chi Jong-Ok 15 October 1991 North Korea Pyongyang, North Korea
800 m 1:58.0 Shin Geum-Dan 5 September 1964 North Korea Pyongyang, North Korea
1500 m 4:14.76 Choi Ok-Son 13 May 1993 China Shanghai, PR China
3000 m 8:57.63 Kim Chun-Mae 1 October 1990 China Beijing, PR China
5000 m 15:37.5 Ham Bong-Sil 30 April 2002 North Korea Pyongyang, North Korea
10000 m 32:02.0 Hong Myong-Hui 20 June 1997 North Korea Pyongyang, North Korea
Half marathon 1:11:55 Kim Kum-Ok 13 December 2009 East Asian Games Hong Kong Hong Kong
Marathon 2:25:31 Ham Bong-Sil 31 August 2003 Paris Marathon France Paris, France
100 m hurdles 13.92 Kim Myong-Ok 4 October 2001 North Korea Pyongyang, North Korea
400 m hurdles 1:01.39 Kim Ji-Ok 25 November 1982 Asian Games India New Delhi, India
3000 m steeplechase 10:04.83 Pak Kum Hyang 9 October 2013 East Asian Games China Tianjin, China [2]
High jump 1.85 m Kim Hyon-Ok 28 April 1999 North Korea Pyongyang, North Korea
Pole vault 3.00 m Jong Un Sim 1 July 2009 Singapore Singapore
Long jump 6.79 m Li Yong-Ae 21 October 1991 Asian Championships Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Triple jump 13.40 m O Mi-Song 10 October 1998 North Korea Pyongyang, North Korea
Shot put 15.80 m So Bok-Hui 11 April 1983 North Korea Pyongyang, North Korea
Discus throw 51.04 m Pak Chun Ja 27 March 1970 North Korea Pyongyang, North Korea
Hammer throw 40.09 m An Song Suk 28 April 2001 North Korea Hwanghae, North Korea
Javelin throw 41.68 m Jang Ok Ju 4 September 2005 Asian Championships South Korea Incheon, South Korea
Heptathlon 5005 pts An Myong-Wol 2–3 October 1990 Asian Games China Beijing, China
14.72 (100 m hurdles), 1.67 m (high jump), 10.52 m (shot put), 27.34 (200 m) / 5.36 m (long jump), 38.80 m (javelin), 2:25.03 (800 m)
20 km walk (road)
4x100 m relay 47.69  North Korea
Li Yong-Ae
Kim Sun-Nyo
Ra Mi-Sun
Kim Myong-Ok
3 October 1990 Asian Games China Beijing, PR China
4x400 m relay 3:48.18  North Korea
Chang Geun-Ok
Chang Yong-Ae
Chung Dong-Sun
Kim Ok-Sun
19 December 1978 Asian Games Thailand Bangkok, Thailand

Indoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
60 m
200 m
400 m
800 m
1500 m
3000 m
60 m hurdles
High jump
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 7.90 Choe Son-Hwa 30 October 2007 Asian Indoor Games Macau Macao
200 m
400 m
800 m
1500 m 4:36.64 Hyang Ran-Yun 15 November 2005 Asian Indoor Games Thailand Pattaya, Thailand
3000 m 9:14.53 Lee See-Nee 11 February 1989 Japan Osaka, Japan
60 m hurdles
High jump
Pole vault
Long jump 5.44 m Kang Hye-Sun 1 November 2007 Asian Indoor Games Macau Macau
Triple jump 12.90 m Kang Hye-Sun 30 October 2007 Asian Indoor Games Macau Macau
Shot put
Pentathlon
(60 m hurdles), (high jump), (shot put), (long jump), (800 m)
3000 m walk
4x400 m relay

# = not officially ratified

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