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European junior records in athletics

European junior records in the sport of athletics are ratified by the European Athletics Association. Athletics records comprise the best performance of an athlete before the year of their 20th birthday. Technically, in all under-20 age divisions, the age is calculated "on December 31 of the year of competition"[1] to avoid age group switching during a competitive season.

Outdoor

Men

Key:

      Awaiting ratification
Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Age Ref Video
100m 10.04 Christophe Lemaitre  France 24 July 2009 European Junior Championships Novi Sad, Serbia 19 years, 43 days [2]
200m 20.04 Ramil Guliyev  Azerbaijan 10 July 2009 World University Games Belgrade, Serbia 19 years, 42 days [2]
400m 45.01 Thomas Schönlebe  East Germany 15 July 1984 Berlin, Germany 18 years, 344 days [2]
800m 1:44.33 Yuriy Borzakovskiy  Russia 25 September 2000 2000 Olympics Sydney, Australia 19 years, 166 days
1000m 2:17.40 Yuriy Borzakovskiy  Russia 8 July 2000 Nice, France 19 years, 87 days
1500m 3:35.51 Reyes Estévez  Spain 16 August 1995 Weltklasse Zürich Zürich, Switzerland 19 years, 14 days [2]
Mile 3:53.15 Graham Williamson  United Kingdom 17 July 1979 IAAF Golden Mile Oslo, Norway 19 years, 32 days [2]
3000m 7:43.20 Ari Paunonen  Finland 22 June 1977 Weltklasse in Köln Cologne, Germany 19 years, 104 days [2]
5000m 13:27.04 Steve Binns  United Kingdom 14 September 1979 London, Great Britain 19 years, 20 days [2]
10,000m 28:22.48 Christian Leuprecht  Italy 4 September 1990 Koblenz, Germany 19 years, 99 days [2]
3000m steeplechase 8:29.50 Ralf Pönitzsch  East Germany 19 August 1976 Warsaw, Poland 18 years, 304 days [2]
110m hurdles (99.0 cm) 12.99 (+0.5 m/s) Wilhem Belocian  France 24 July 2014 World Junior Championships Eugene, United States 19 years, 29 days [3]
110m hurdles 13.44 (-0.8 m/s) Colin Jackson  United Kingdom 19 July 1986 World Junior Championships Athens, Greece 19 years, 151 days [2]
400m hurdles 48.74 Vladimir Budko  Belarus 18 August 1984 Moscow, Russia 19 years, 196 days [2]
High jump 2.37m Dragutin Topic  Yugoslavia 12 August 1990 World Junior Championships Plovdiv, Bulgaria 19 years, 153 days [2]
Steve Smith  United Kingdom 20 September 1992 World Junior Championships Seoul, South Korea 19 years, 175 days [2]
Pole vault 5.80m Maksim Tarasov  Soviet Union 14 July 1989 Bryansk, USSR 18 years, 224 days [2]
Raphael Holzdeppe  Germany 28 June 2008 Biberach, Germany 18 years, 274 days [2]
Long jump 8.35m (+1.1 m/s) Sergey Morgunov  Russia 20 June 2012 Russian Junior Championships Cheboksary, Russia 19 years, 132 days [2]
Triple jump 17.50m (+0.3 m/s) Volker Mai  East Germany 23 June 1985 Erfurt, Germany 19 years, 51 days [2]
Shot put (6kg) 22.73m David Storl  Germany 14 July 2009 Osterode am Harz, Germany 18 years, 352 days [2] [1]
Shot put 20.43m David Storl  Germany 6 July 2009 Gerlingen, Germany 18 years, 344 days [2]
Discus throw (1.75kg) 70.13m Mykyta Nesterenko  Ukraine 24 May 2008 Halle (Saale), Germany 17 years, 39 days [2]
Discus throw 65.31m Mykyta Nesterenko  Ukraine 3 June 2008 Tallinn, Estonia 17 years, 49 days [2]
Hammer throw (6kg) 82.97m Javier Cienfuegos  Spain 17 June 2009 Madrid, Spain 18 years, 335 days [2]
Hammer throw 78.33m Olli-Pekka Karjalainen  Finland 5 August 1999 Seinäjoki, Finland 19 years, 151 days [2]
Javelin throw 84.69m Zigismunds Sirmais  Latvia 22 June 2011 Bauska, Latvia 19 years, 47 days [2]
Decathlon 8397 Torsten Voss  East Germany 7 July 1982 German Championships Erfurt, Germany 19 years, 45 days [2]
10.76 (100m), 7.66m (long jump), 14.41m (shot put), 2.09m (high jump), 48.37 (400m),
14.37 (110m hurdles), 41.76m (discus), 4.80m (pole vault), 62.90m (javelin), 4:34.04 (1500m)
Decathlon
(6kg shot,
1.75kg discus,
99cm hurdles)
8135 pts Jiří Sýkora  Czech Republic 22–23 July 2014 World Junior Championships Eugene, United States 19 years, 183 days [4]
10.92 (+0.5 m/s) (100 m), 7.35 m (+2.0 m/s) (long jump), 15.50 m (shot put/6 kg), 1.94 m (high jump), 49.00 (400 m) /
14.23 (-0.1 m/s) (110 m hurdles/0.99 m), 48.55 m (discus/1.750 kg), 4.40 m (pole vault), 60.56 m (javelin), 4:42.10 (1500 m)
10,000m walk (track) 38:46.4 Viktor Burayev  Russia 19 May 2000 Moscow, Russia 17 years, 270 days [2]
10km walk (road) 38:28 Stanislav Yemelyanov  Russia 19 September 2009 Saransk, Russia 18 years, 331 days [2]
20km walk (road) 1:18:06 Viktor Burayev  Russia 4 March 2001 Adler, Russia 18 years, 193 days
4×100m 39.25 Norbert Dobeleit
Klameth
Evers
Lübke
 West Germany 28 August 1983 European Junior Championships Schwechat, Austria [2]
4×400m 3:04.58 Preusche
Trylus
Loeper
Jens Carlowitz
 East Germany 23 August 1981 European Junior Championships Utrecht, Netherlands [2]

Women

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Age Ref
100m 10.88 (+2.0 m/s) Marlies Göhr  East Germany 1 July 1977 Dresden, Germany 19 years, 102 days [5]
200m 22.19 (+1.5 m/s) Natalya Bochina  Soviet Union 30 July 1980 1980 Olympics Moscow, Russia 18 years, 208 days [5]
400m 49.42 Grit Breuer  Germany 27 August 1991 World Championships Tokyo, Japan 19 years, 192 days [5]
800m 1:57.45 Hildegard Ullrich  East Germany 31 August 1978 European Championships Prague, Czech Republic 18 years, 254 days [5]
1000m 2:35.4 Irina Nikitina  Soviet Union 5 August 1979 Podolsk, USSR 18 years, 50 days [5]
Katrin Wühn  East Germany 12 July 1984 Potsdam, Germany 18 years, 236 days [5]
1500m 3:59.96 Zola Budd  United Kingdom 30 August 1985 Memorial Van Damme Brussels, Belgium 19 years, 96 days
Mile 4:17.57 Zola Budd  United Kingdom 21 August 1985 Weltklasse Zürich Zürich, Switzerland 19 years, 87 days [5]
3000m 8:28.83 Zola Budd  United Kingdom 7 September 1985 Golden Gala Rome, Italy 19 years, 104 days [5]
5000m 14:48.07 Zola Budd  United Kingdom 26 August 1985 London, Great Britain 19 years, 92 days [5]
10,000m 31:40.42 Annemari Sandell-Hyvärinen  Finland 27 July 1996 1996 Olympics Atlanta, United States 19 years, 207 days [5]
2000m steeplechase 6:19.55 Oona Kettunen  Finland 13 July 2013 Kotka, Finland 19 years, 153 days
3000m steeplechase 9:32.74 Gesa-Felicitas Krause  Germany 30 August 2011 World Championships Daegu, South Korea 19 years, 27 days [5]
100m hurdles 12.88 Yelena Ovcharova  Ukraine 25 June 1995 European Cup Villeneuve d'Ascq, France 19 years, 8 days [5]
400m hurdles 55.26 Ionela Tîrlea  Romania 12 July 1995 Nice, France 19 years, 153 days
High jump 2.01m Olga Turchak  Soviet Union 7 July 1986 Moscow, Russia 19 years, 124 days [5]
Heike Balck  East Germany 18 June 1989 Karl-Marx-Stadt, Germany 18 years, 303 days [5]
Pole vault 4.61 m Alayna Lutkovskaya  Russia 21 May 2015 Irkutsk Region Championships Irkutsk, Russia 19 years, 67 days [6]
Long jump 7.14m (+1.1 m/s) Heike Drechsler  East Germany 4 June 1983 Bratislava, Czechoslovakia 18 years, 172 days [5]
Triple jump 14.62m (+1.0 m/s) Tereza Marinova  Bulgaria 25 August 1996 World Junior Championships Sydney, Australia 18 years, 355 days [5]
Shot put 20.54m Astrid Kumbernuss  East Germany 1 July 1989 Orimattila, Finland 19 years, 146 days [5]
Discus throw 74.40m Ilke Wyludda  East Germany 13 September 1988 Berlin, Germany 19 years, 169 days [5]
Hammer throw 71.71m Kamila Skolimowska  Poland 9 September 2001 Melbourne, Australia 18 years, 309 days [5]
Javelin throw 63.01m Vira Rebryk  Ukraine 10 July 2008 World Junior Championships Bydgoszcz, Poland 19 years, 136 days [5]
Heptathlon 6542 Carolina Klüft  Sweden 10 August 2002 European Championships München, Germany 19 years, 189 days [5]
13.33 (100m hurdles), 1.89m (high jump), 13.16m (shot put), 23.71 (200m), 6.36m (long jump), 47.61m (javelin), 2:17.99 (800m)
5000m walk (track) 20:28.05 Tatyana Kalmykova  Russia 12 July 2007 World Youth Championships Ostrava, Czech Republic 17 years, 183 days
10000m walk (track) 42:47.25 Anežka Drahotová  Czech Republic 23 July 2014 World Junior Championships Eugene, United States 19 years, 1 day [7]
42:43 (ht) # Svetlana Vasilyeva  Russia 27 February 2011 Russian Winter Walking Championships Sochi, Russia 18 years, 218 days [8]
10km walk (road) 42:44 Tatyana Kalmykova  Russia 23 February 2008 Adler, Russia 18 years, 44 days
4×100m 43.42 Burghardt
Grompe
Lofamakanka Pinto
Freese
 Germany 24 July 2011 European Junior Championships Tallinn, Estonia [2]
4×400m 3:28.39 Derr
Fabert
Woehlk
Grit Breuer
 East Germany 31 July 1988 World Junior Championships Sudbury, Canada [2]

Indoor

Men

Key:       Awaiting ratification

      Not ratified
Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Age Ref Video
60m 6.51 Mark Lewis-Francis  United Kingdom 11 March 2001 World Championships Lisbon, Portugal 18 years, 188 days
200m 21.13 Guy-Elphège Anouman  France 19 February 2011 Aubière, France 16 years, 251 days
20.57 Ralf Lubke  West Germany 11 February 1984 Stuttgart, Germany 18 years, 239 days
400m 46.98 Valentin Kruglyakov  Russia 17 February 2004 Moscow, Russia 18 years, 179 days
46.39 Thomas Schönlebe  East Germany 2 February 1984 Vienna, Austria 18 years, 182 days
800m 1:48.39 Bram Som  Netherlands 23 January 1999 The Hague, Netherlands 18 years, 337 days
1:44.35 Yuriy Borzakovskiy  Russia 30 January 2000 Dortmund, Germany 18 years, 293 days [9]
1000m 2:22.98 Nils Schumann  Germany 5 February 1997 Erfurt, Germany 18 years, 261 days
2:20.36 David Sharpe  United Kingdom 6 March 1986 Cosford, Great Britain 18 years, 243 days
1500m 3:43.83 Filip Sasínek  Czech Republic 6 February 2015 Gugl Indoor Meeting Linz, Austria 19 years, 29 days [10]
3:44.99 László Tóth  Hungary 4 March 1989 World Championships Budapest, Hungary
3:39.83 Gert-Jan Liefers  Netherlands 1 March 1997 Sindelfingen, Germany 18 years, 156 days
Mile 4:03.88 Lukas Verzbicas  Lithuania 5 February 2011 Boston, United States 18 years, 30 days
4:02.34 Robbie Farnham-Rose  United Kingdom 24 February 2013 Fayetteville, United States 19 years, 50 days
3000m 8:06.16 Albert Minczér  Hungary 5 February 2005 Vienna, Austria 18 years, 127 days
7:58.68 OT Thomas Farrell  United Kingdom 13 February 2010 Seattle, USA 18 years, 327 days
8:00.40 Gert-Jan Liefers  Netherlands 23 February 1997 The Hague, Netherlands 18 years, 150 days
5000m 14:06.78 Lukas Verzbicas  Lithuania 11 March 2011 New York, United States 18 years, 64 days
13:42.8 Leonid Shonskiy  Soviet Union 9 March 1977 Voroshilovgrad, Ukraine 18 years, 67 days
60m hurdles 7.77 Kai Doskoczynski  Germany 1 March 2003 Saarbrücken, Germany 18 years, 229 days
7.77 Yevgeniy Borisov  Russia 2 March 2003 Gomel, Russia 18 years, 360 days
7.77 Thomas Delmestre  France 28 February 2010 Paris, France 18 years, 334 days
7.67 Frank Busemann  Germany 12 March 1994 European Championships Paris, France 19 years, 14 days
60m hurdles
(99/100cm)
7.50 David Omoregie  Great Britain 9 March 2014 Cardiff, United Kingdom
Konstadinos Douvalidis  Greece 11 February 2006 Athens, Greece 18 years, 338 days
7.48 Wilhem Belocian  France 9 March 2014 Val-de-Reuil, France 18 years, 260 days
High jump 2.28m Aleksey Dmitrik  Russia 26 January 2003 Samara, Russia 18 years, 289 days
2.35m Vladimir Yashchenko  Soviet Union 12 March 1978 European Championships Milan, Italy 19 years, 59 days [11]
Pole vault 5.60m Jean Galfione  France 24 March 1990 Miramas, France 18 years, 288 days
5.60m Yuriy Yeliseyev  Russia 2 February 1994 Malmö, Sweden 18 years, 251 days
5.60m Viktor Chistiakov  Russia 27 February 1994 Lipetsk, Russia 19 years, 18 days
5.60m Vladyslav Revenko  Ukraine 15 February 2003 Donetsk, Ukraine 18 years, 92 days
5.68m Raphael Holzdeppe  Germany 1 March 2008 Halle, Germany 18 years, 155 days
Long jump 8.03m Max Heß  Germany 17 January 2015 Sächsische Hallenmeisterschaften Chemnitz, Germany 18 years, 38 days [12]
7.89m Robert Emmiyan  Armenia 4 March 1984 European Championships Gothenburg, Sweden 19 years, 17 days
8.22m Viktor Kuznyetsov  Ukraine 22 January 2005 Brovary, Ukraine 18 years, 189 days
Triple jump 16.60m Sheryf El-Sheryf  Ukraine 24 February 2008 Sumy, Ukraine 19 years, 34 days
17.14m Volker Mai  East Germany 2 March 1985 European Championships Piraeus, Greece 18 years, 303 days
Shot put 20.46m Konrad Bukowiecki  Poland 5 March 2015 European Championships Prague, Czech Republic 17 years, 354 days [13]
18.97m Mykyta Nesterenko  Ukraine 27 January 2009 Zaporizhzhya, Ukraine 17 years, 287 days
20.40m David Storl  Germany 20 December 2009 Rochlitz, Germany 19 years, 146 days
Shot put (6kg) 22.38m Konrad Bukowiecki  Poland 24 January 2015 Toruń, Poland 17 years, 313 days [14] [2]
19.76m Anton Lyuboslavskiy  Russia 6 February 2003 Volgograd, Russia 18 years, 225 days
22.35m David Storl  Germany 20 December 2009 Rochlitz, Germany 19 years, 146 days
Heptathlon 5571 pts Pavel Gerasimov  Russia 15 February 1998 Lipetsk, Russia 18 years, 262 days
(60 m), 6.87 m (long jump), 10.55 m (shot put), 1.95 m (high jump) / (60 m hurdles), 5.40 m (pole vault), (1000 m)
5953 Michael Kohnle  Germany 25 February 1989 Stadtallendorf, Germany 18 years, 298 days
6.96 (60 m), 7.23 m (long jump), 14.89 m (shot put), 2.06 m (high jump) / 8.14 (60 m hurdles), 4.50 m (pole vault), 2:49.00 (1000 m)
Heptathlon (junior) 5984 Eusebio Caceres  Spain 7 March 2010 San Sebastián, Spain 18 years, 178 days
6.84 (60m), 7.96m (long jump), 13.19m (shot put, 6kg), 1.96m (high jump) / 7.90 (60m hurdles, 99/100cm), 4.60m (pole vault), 2:51.42 (1000m)
5000m walk 19:04.5 Andriy Yurin  Ukraine 18 January 2003 Brovary, Ukraine 18 years, 363 days
4×400m relay

Women

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Age Ref Video
60m 7.20 Ewa Swoboda  Poland 8 March 2015 European Championships Prague, Czech Republic 17 years, 225 days [15]
7.22 Dina Asher-Smith  Great Britain 8 February 2014 British Championships Sheffield, Great Britain 18 years, 66 days
Desiree Henry 25 February 2014 Prague Indoor Prague, Czech Republic 18 years, 183 days
7.12 Silke Möller  East Germany 6 March 1983 European Indoor Championships Budapest, Hungary 18 years, 259 days
200m 23.15 Dina Asher-Smith  Great Britain 2 March 2014 England Age Group Championships Sheffield, Great Britain 18 years, 88 days [16]
22.58 Grit Breuer  East Germany 10 March 1991 World Indoor Championships Seville, Spain 19 years, 22 days
400m 52.37 Ella Räsänen  Finland 1 March 2013 European Indoor Championships Gothenburg, Sweden 19 years, 33 days
52.32 Natalya Bochina  Soviet Union 22 February 1981 European Indoor Championships Grenoble, France 19 years, 49 days
800m 2:01.56 Aníta Hinriksdóttir  Iceland 6 March 2015 European Championships Prague, Czech Republic 18 years, 6 days [17]
2:00.7 OT Katrin Wühn  East Germany 7 January 1984 Senftenberg, Germany 18 years, 49 days
2:00.7 OT Christine Wachtel  East Germany 22 January 1984 Senftenberg, Germany 19 years, 16 days
1000m 2:44.87 Jeannette Hoffman  Germany 4 February 1998 Erfurt, Germany 18 years, 226 days
2:38.57 OT Katrin Wühn  East Germany 14 January 1984 Berlin, Germany 18 years, 56 days
1500m 4:17.55 Ljiljana Ćulibrk  Croatia 20 January 2001 Budapest, Hungary 18 years, 85 days
4:10.57 Nelya Neporadna  Ukraine 22 February 2003 National Indoor Championships Sumy, Ukraine 17 years, 208 days
3000m 9:06.27 Sofia Ennaoui  Poland 6 February 2014 XL Galan Stockholm, Sweden 18 years, 160 days [18]
8:49.65 Layes Abdullayeva  Azerbaijan 12 March 2010 World Indoor Championships Doha, Qatar 18 years, 287 days
5000m 16:27.69 Yuliya Stashkiv  Ukraine 14 February 2003 Fayetteville, Arkansas 19 years, 6 days
15:41.00 Sarah Collins  Ireland 7 December 2013 Boston University Season Opener Boston, United States 19 years, 83 days [19]
60m hurdles 8.18 Yekaterina Bleskina  Russia 22 February 2012 XL Galan Stockholm, Sweden 16 years, 176 days [20]
8.06 Ulrike Denk  West Germany 19 February 1983 Dortmund, Germany 18 years, 285 days
High jump 1.95m Iryna Gerashchenko  Ukraine 21 February 2014 National Indoor Championships Sumy, Ukraine 18 years, 348 days
1.97m Mariya Kuchina  Russia 26 January 2011 7th Moravia High Jump Tour Trinec, Czech Republic 18 years, 12 days [21] [3]
Pole vault 4.63 m Angelica Bengtsson  Sweden 22 February 2011 XL Galan Stockholm, Sweden 17 years, 229 days [22][23] [4]
Long jump 6.79 m Florentina Marincu  Romania 7 March 2015 European Championships Prague, Czech Republic 18 years, 333 days [24]
6.88 m Heike Drechsler  GDR 1 February 1983 Berlin, Germany 18 years, 47 days
Triple jump 13.91 m Ana Peleteiro  Spain 23 February 2014 Sabadell, Spain 18 years, 83 days
14.18 m Yevgeniya Stavchanska  UKR 7 February 1999 National Indoor Championships Lviv, Ukraine 17 years, 135 days
Shot put 17.58 m Emel Dereli  TUR 28 December 2013 Istanbul, Turkey 17 years, 306 days
20.51 m Heidi Krieger  East Germany 8 February 1984 Budapest, Hungary 18 years, 203 days
Pentathlon 4535 pts Carolina Klüft  Sweden 1 March 2002 Vienna, Austria 19 years, 27 days
8.49 (60m hurdles), 1.81m (high jump), 12.71m (shot put), 6.24m (long jump), 2:14.95 (800m)
4558 pts X Nafissatou Thiam  Belgium 3 February 2013 Ghent, Belgium 18 years, 168 days [25]
8.65 (60m hurdles), 1.84m (high jump), 14.00m (shot put), 6.30m (long jump), 2:21.18 (800m)
4694 pts OT Sibylle Thiele  East Germany 26 January 1984 Senftenberg, Germany 18 years, 326 days
8.59 (60m hurdles), 1.86m (high jump), 14.32m (shot put), 6.51m (long jump), 2:20.4 (800m)
3000m walk (track) 12:05.6 (ht) Lyudmila Yefimkina  Russia 1 March 1998 Insar, Russia 16 years, 191 days
5000m walk (track) 21:30.1 Vera Sokolova  Russia 6 January 2005 Chelyabinsk, Russia 17 years, 212 days
4x400 m relay

# = not officially ratified
X = unratified due to inadequate doping control
OT = oversized track

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