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Sammarinese records in athletics

The following are the national records in athletics in San Marino maintained by its national athletics federation: Federazione Sammarinese Atletica Leggera (FSAL).

Outdoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 10.60 (+0.5 m/s) Gian Nicola Berardi 3 June 2003 Games of the Small States of Europe Malta Marsa, Malta
10.3 (ht) Gian Nicola Berardi 28 April 2001 San Marino San Marino
150 m 16.5 (ht) Christian Forcellini 4 April 1998 San Marino San Marino
200 m 21.02 Aldo Canti 10 July 1991 Greece Athens, Greece
300 m 34.7 Marco Tamagnini 6 May 1990 Italy Cesena, Italy
400 m 47.84 Marco Tamagnini 20 May 1989 Games of the Small States of Europe Cyprus Nicosia, Cyprus
800 m 1:51.8 Manlio Molinari 25 June 1997 San Marino San Marino
1000 m 2:30.9 Manlio Molinari 29 March 1989 Italy Riccione, Italy
1500 m 4:02.6 Gian Luigi Macina 30 August 1986 Italy Macerata, Italy
Mile 4:30.6 Gian Luigi Macina 4 April 1998 San Marino San Marino
2000 m 5:53.7 Matteo Zafferani 20 May 2000 San Marino San Marino
3000 m 8:31.75 Gian Luigi Macina 7 May 1995 Italy Ravenna, Italy
5000 m 14:43.5 Gian Luigi Macina 4 July 1996 Italy Bologna, Italy
10000 m 30:45.4 Gian Luigi Macina 12 April 1992 Italy Rubiera, Italy
Half marathon 1:08:04 Gian Luigi Macina 20 March 1988 Italy Ferrara, Italy
Marathon 2:21:19 Gian Luigi Macina 27 October 1991 Italy Carpi, Italy
110 m hurdles 16.52 Manlio Molinari 3 June 2000 Italy Modena, Italy
200 m hurdles 28.9 Manlio Molinari 4 April 1998 San Marino San Marino
400 m hurdles 56.04 Manlio Molinari 16 June 1991 Italy Benevento, Italy
2000 m steeplechase 6:25.0 Matteo Zafferani 13 April 1996 Italy Modena, Italy
3000 m steeplechase 9:25.85 Matteo Zafferani 8 July 1999 Italy Bologna, Italy
High jump 2.15 m Eugenio Rossi 17 June 2011 Italian Junior Championships Italy Brixen, Italy [1]
Pole vault 4.50 m Paolo Maiani 1 July 1989 Italy Imola, Italy
Long jump 7.25 m (+2.0 m/s) Luca Maccapani 4 June 2009 Games of the Small States of Europe Cyprus Nicosia, Cyprus
Triple jump 14.71 m (+2.0 m/s) Federico Gorrieri 3 June 2003 Games of the Small States of Europe Malta Marsa, Malta
14.71 m (-0.4 m/s) 22 June 2003 Denmark Århus, Denmark
Shot put 13.56 m Danilo Ranocchini 16 June 1975 San Marino San Marino
Discus throw 38.52 m Paolo Santagada 10 July 2002 Italy Ancona, Italy
Hammer throw 38.59 m Massimo Meca 29 June 2003 Italy Majano, Italy
Javelin throw 73.31 m Gabriele Mazza 26 June 2004 Italy Rome, Italy
Decathlon 4658 pts Manuel Maiani 13–14 May 2000 Italy Schio, Italy
12.86 (100 m), 5.30 m (long jump), 8.47 m (shot put), 1.60 m (high jump), 55.96 (400 m) /
19.23 (110 m hurdles), 22.95 m (discus), 3.10 m (pole vault), 41.67 m (javelin), 4:34.14 (1500 m)
3 km walk (road) 12:50.0 Stefano Casali 22 June 1985 Italy Castelfranco Emilia, Italy
5 km walk (road) 21:57.9 Stefano Casali 19 May 1984 Italy Forlì, Italy
10 km walk (road) 43:50.5 Stefano Casali 5 May 1985 Italy Modena, Italy
20 km walk (road) 1:33:56 [2] Stefano Casali 14 April 1985 Italy Ferrara, Italy
50 km walk (road) 4:37:12 Stefano Casali 20 March 1994 Italy Pescara, Italy
4x100 m relay 41.71  San Marino
Marcello Carattoni
Federico Gorrieri
Fabrizio Righi
Gian Nicola Berardi
7 June 2003 Games of the Small States of Europe Malta Marsa, Malta
4x400 m relay 3:17.44  San Marino
Dominique Canti
Manlio Molinari
Marco Tamagnini
Aldo Canti
25 May 1991 Games of the Small States of Europe Andorra Andorra la Vella, Andorra
4x1500 m relay 17:44 Olimpus San Marino
Gian Luigi Macina
Matteo Zafferani
Mauro Mancini
Manuel Maiani
21 April 1996 Italy Fidenza, Italy

Women

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 12.02 (+1.8 m/s) Martina Pretelli 1 June 2011 Games of the Small States of Europe Liechtenstein Schaan, Liechtenstein [3]
150 m 18.59 (0.0 m/s) Martina Pretelli 10 April 2011 16th Trofeo Città di Fermo Italy Fermo, Italy [4]
200 m 24.94 (+1.2 m/s) Martina Pretelli 3 June 2011 Games of the Small States of Europe Liechtenstein Schaan, Liechtenstein [5]
24.94 (+1.5 m/s) 4 June 2011 [6]
400 m 59.70 Martina Pretelli 18 June 2011 European Team Championships 3rd League Iceland Reykjavík, Iceland [7]
600 m 1:46.2 Monica Randi 7 April 2001 San Marino San Marino
800 m 2:11.9 (ht) Monica Randi 15 September 1996 Italy Cesena, Italy
1000 m 3:15.9 (ht) Roberta Ranocchini 1973 Italy Ravenna, Italy
1500 m 4:35.59 Monica Randi 9 May 1998 Italy Bologna, Italy
2000 m 7:57.70 Nadia Gasperoni 7 April 2001 San Marino San Marino
3000 m 10:35.7 (ht) Monica Randi 20 July 1995 Italy Bologna, Italy
5000 m 18:38.17 Monica Randi 12 June 2004 San Marino San Marino
10000 m 50:09.4 Mona Bucci Fistrad 12 April 2003 San Marino San Marino
38:33.51 # Stefania Casadei 26 April 2003 San Marino San Marino
Half marathon 1:25:27 Monica Randi 7 March 1999 Italy Ravenna, Italy
Marathon 3:10:00 Amy Cesaretti 1 May 1983 Italy Italy
2:57:52 # Stefania Casadei 23 November 2003 Italy Florence, Italy
100 m hurdles 14.77 Barbara Rustignoli 6 June 2009 Games of the Small States of Europe Cyprus Nicosia, Cyprus
400 m hurdles 1:06.10 Barbara Rustignoli 6 July 2008 Italy Castelnovo Monti, Italy
1:05.3 # Giuseppina Grassi 15 June 1977 Italy Bologna, Italy
3000 m steeplechase
High jump 1.76 m Giuseppina Grassi 2 June 1974 San Marino San Marino
Pole vault 3.40 m Eleonora Rossi 3 June 2011 Games of the Small States of Europe Liechtenstein Schaan, Liechtenstein [8]
30 May 2013 Games of the Small States of Europe Luxembourg Luxembourg City, Luxembourg [9]
Long jump 5.69 m Barbara Rustignoli 4 June 2009 Games of the Small States of Europe Cyprus Nicosia, Cyprus
Triple jump 11.65 m Lucia Gualandra 26 April 2003 San Marino San Marino
Shot put 10.37 m Barbara Rustignoli 9 May 2009 Italy Modena, Italy
Discus throw 33.46 m Sara Andreani 22 June 2013 European Team Championships 3rd League Slovakia Banská Bystrica, Slovakia [10]
33.64 m # Lidia Pelliccioni 1 May 1976 San Marino San Marino
Hammer throw 36.72 m Cristina Zafferani 29 May 2004 Italy Comacchio, Italy
Javelin throw 34.41 m Eleonora Rossi 3 June 2006 Italy Florence, Italy
35.44 m # Lidia Pelliccioni 19 April 1976 Italy Spilamberto, Italy
Heptathlon 4713 pts Barbara Rustignoli 9–10 May 2009 Italy Modena, Italy
15.09 (100 m hurdles), 1.60 m (high jump), 10.37 m (shot put), 26.69 (200 m) / 5.26 m (long jump), 30.12 m (javelin), 2:27.05 (800 m)
20 km walk (road)
4x100 m relay 49.13  San Marino
Eleonora Rossi
Martina Pretelli
Barbara Rustignoli
Alice Capicchioni
4 June 2011 Games of the Small States of Europe Liechtenstein Schaan, Liechtenstein [11]
4x200 m relay 1:54.93 Olimpus San Marino
Barbara De Rossi
Lucia Gualandra
Manuela Albani
Sara Maroncelli
27 June 2001 San Marino San Marino
4x400 m relay 4:07.75  San Marino
Sara Maroncelli
Barbara Rustignoli
Martina Pretelli
Eleonora Rossi
6 June 2009 Games of the Small States of Europe Cyprus Nicosia, Cyprus

Indoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
60 m 6.87 Gian Nicola Berardi 31 January 2004 Italy Ancona, Italy
200 m 21.95 [12] Aldo Canti 29 February 1992 Italy Genoa, Italy
300 m 35.95 Manlio Molinari 6 January 1985 Italy Ancona, Italy
400 m 49.14 Manlio Molinari 5 March 1988 European Championships Hungary Budapest, Hungary
800 m 1:54.6 Manlio Molinari 7 February 1987 Italy Ancona, Italy
1500 m 3:59.05 Gian Luigi Macina 25 January 1986 Italy Ancona, Italy
3000 m 9:18.0 Matteo Zafferani 4 February 1996 Italy Ancona, Italy
60 m hurdles 9.22 Manlio Molinari 20 February 2000 Italy Ancona, Italy
High jump 2.13 m Eugenio Rossi 27 February 2012 Italian Championships Italy Ancona, Italy [13]
Pole vault 3.60 # Massimo Piovaticci 9 January 2005 Italy Modena, Italy [14]
3.30 m Fabio Canini 6 January 2001 Italy Ancona, Italy
Manuel Maiani
Long jump 7.23 m Luca Maccapani 25 January 2009 Italy Ancona, Italy
Triple jump 14.59 m Federico Gorrieri 11 February 2007 Italy Ancona, Italy
Shot put 11.95 m Massimo Meca 25 January 1997 Italy Ancona, Italy
13.00 m # Paolo Santagada 26 January 2002 Italy Ancona, Italy
Heptathlon
(60 m), (long jump), (shot put), (high jump) / (60 m hurdles), (pole vault), (1000 m)
3000 m walk 14:53.53 Fabio Bernardi 28 February 2009 Italy Ancona, Italy
5000 m walk 21:54.74 Stefano Casali 10 January 1987 Italy Ancona, Italy
4x200 m relay 1:32.25 Olimpus San Marino 12 February 2000 Italy Genoa, Italy
4x400 m relay

Women

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
60 m 7.59 (heat) Martina Pretelli 7 January 2012 National Meeting Italy Ancona, Italy [15]
7.59 (final)
200 m 25.28 Martina Pretelli 8 January 2012 National Meeting Italy Ancona, Italy [16][17]
400 m 1:00.59 Martina Pretelli 6 February 2011 Banca Marche Meeting Italy Ancona, Italy [18]
800 m 2:14.92 Monica Randi 23 February 1997 Italy Genoa, Italy
1500 m 5:05.93 Paola Carinato 17 January 1999 Italy Ancona, Italy
3000 m 11:54.59 Paola Carinato 6 March 2008 Italy Ancona, Italy
60 m hurdles 9.10 Barbara Rustignoli 7 February 2009 Italy Ancona, Italy
High jump 1.73 m Giuseppina Grassi 2 February 1975 Italy Ancona, Italy
Pole vault 3.30 m Eleonora Rossi 24 January 2008 Italy Ancona, Italy
Long jump 5.47 m Barbara Rustignoli 24 January 2009 Italy Ancona, Italy
7 February 2009
Triple jump 11.35 m Lucia Gualandra 24 January 1999 Italy Ancona, Italy
11.50 m # Lucia Gualandra 18 January 2003 Italy Ancona, Italy
Shot put 9.63 m Rita Laurenco 21 January 1996 Italy Ancona, Italy
Pentathlon 3087 pts Barbara Rustignoli 28 January 2006 Italy Naples, Italy
9.59 (60 m hurdles), 1.57 m (high jump), 9.11 m (shot put), 4.94 m (long jump), 2:39.31 (800 m)
3000 m walk
4x200 m relay 1:59.37  San Marino
Elisa Conti
Sara Pelliccioni
Lucia Gualandra
Cristina Marani
21 January 1996 Italy Ancona, Italy
4x400 m relay

# = not officially ratified by IAAF
ht = hand timing

References

External links

  • FSAL web site
  • Sanmarinese Athletics Records
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