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Bosnian and Herzegovinian records in athletics

The following are the national records in athletics in Bosnia and Herzegovina maintained by the Athletic Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Bosnian: Atletski savez Bosne i Hercegovine) (ASBIH).

Outdoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 10.42 (+0.2 m/s) Nedim Čović 1 July 2010 EA Classic Meet Slovenia Velenje, Slovenia [1]
10.2 (ht) Mladen Nikolić 14 May 1983 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Belgrade, Yugoslavia
10.34 (+0.7 m/s) # Mladen Nikolić 7 September 1984 Greece Athens, Greece
200 m 21.05 (+0.9 m/s) Nedim Čović 6 June 2010 Bosnian Championships Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina [2]
20.5 (ht) Mladen Nikolić 3 June 1984 (+1.2 m/s) Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Belgrade, Yugoslavia
20.74 (+1.2 m/s) # Mladen Nikolić 9 September 1984 Greece Athens, Greece
400 m 47.19 Amel Tuka 1 May 2013 19th International Meet Montenegro Bar, Montenegro [3]
600 m 1:19.0 Slavko Koprivica 1971
800 m 1:46.29 Amel Tuka 12 July 2013 European U23 Championships Finland Tampere, Finland [4]
1500 m 3:39.83 Vinko Pokrajčić 22 July 1981 Romania Bucuresti, Romania
Mile 3:58.41 Vinko Pokrajčić 7 June 1981 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Karlovac, Yugoslavia
3000 m 8:07.15 Vinko Pokrajčić 2 June 1981 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Maribor, Yugoslavia
5000 m 14:00.2 Bilko Kačar 13 April 1980 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Nova Gorica, Yugoslavia
10000 m 29:29.8 Sead Kondo 7 June 1975 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Sarajevo, Yugoslavia
Half marathon 1:05:45 Đuro Kodžo 15 June 2003 Croatia Rijeka, Croatia
Marathon 2:15:55 Sead Kondo 3 May 1975 East Germany Karl-Marx-Stadt, East Germany
110 m hurdles 13.82 (+1.6 m/s) Damir Haračić 19 June 2005 Turkey Istanbul, Turkey
400 m hurdles 50.84 Dušan"Duško" Milutinović 13 August 1989 Greece Serres, Greece
3000 m steeplechase 8:31.0 Bilko Kačar 29 August 1981 Norway Øvre Årdal, Norway
High jump 2.31 m Elvir Krehmić 7 July 1998 Croatia Zagreb, Croatia
Pole vault 4.80 m Borivoje Bošnjak 30 June 1974 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Sarajevo, Yugoslavia
Miroslav Šutvić 28 April 1980 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Split, Yugoslavia
Željko Vučković 3 August 1985 Bulgaria Stara Zagora, Bulgaria
Long jump 7.63 m Milan Babić 11 June 1968 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Celje, Yugoslavia
Triple jump 16.05 m Muamer Karajica 8 July 1979 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Sarajevo, Yugoslavia
Shot put 21.11 m Zlatan Saračević 16 June 1984 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zagreb, Yugoslavia
Discus throw 63.50 m Dragan Mustapić 6 May 1990 Italy Gorizia, Italy
Hammer throw 65.42 m Dražen Goić 9 June 1974 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Sarajevo, Yugoslavia
Javelin throw 79.62 m Dejan Mileusnić 23 March 2013 Serbia Sremska Mitrovica, Serbia [5]
Decathlon 6653 pts (ht) Esad Vilić 16–17 September 1966 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Sarajevo, Yugoslavia
11.6 (100 m), 6.65 m (long jump), 15.34 m (shot put), 1.73 m (high jump), 52.3 (400 m) /
15.9 (110 m hurdles), 48.66 m (discus), 3.50 m (pole vault), 50.88 m (javelin), 5:09.1 (1500 m)
10 km walk 44:20:8 Vinko Galušić 15 May 1976 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Sarajevo, Yugoslavia
20 km walk (road) 1:28:52 Mićo Cvjetković 17 April 1988 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ruše, Yugoslavia
50 km walk (road)
4×100 m relay 41.35  Bosnia and Herzegovina
Sait Huseinbašić
Ilija Cvijetić
Adnan Malkić
Nedim Čović
19 June 2010 European Team Championships 3rd League Malta Marsa, Malta [6]
4×400 m relay 3:15.39  SR Bosnia and Herzegovina
Franjo Pavlović
Z. Bjelkanović
Zijad Čomaga
Dušan"Duško"Milutinović
18 June 1989 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Split, Yugoslavia
3:15.39 AK Sarajevo
Nenad Glušica
Basit Muftić
Josip Osti
Sami Bugri
18 June 1989 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Split, Yugoslavia

Women

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 12.24 # Gorana Cvijetić 8 June 2013 Bosnian Championships Bosnia and Herzegovina Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
12.36 Merisa Hadžić 25 June 2006 Bosnia and Herzegovina Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina
200 m 24.43 Dijana Kojić 25 July 1999 Greece Komotini, Greece
400 m 54.28 Dijana Kojić 24 July 1999 Greece Komotini, Greece
800 m 2:03.02 Biba Kajan-Subašić 22 June 1985 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zagreb, Yugoslavia
1500 m 4:12.19 Marica Mršić 14 June 1983 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Nova Gorica, Yugoslavia
3000 m 9:05.42 Marica Mršić 25 June 1983 Turkey Izmir, Turkey
5000 m 15:53.45 Mirsada Burić 14 April 1995 Mt. SAC Relays United States Walnut, United States
10000 m 34:03.23 Lucia Kimani 12 April 2008 Turkey Istanbul, Turkey
10 km (road) 33:13 Lucia Kimani 28 June 2008 Bosnia and Herzegovina Brčko, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Half marathon 1:12:55 Lucia Kimani 14 October 2007 World Road Running Championships Italy Udine, Italy [7]
Marathon 2:35:47 Lucia Kimani 17 August 2008 Olympic Games China Beijing, China [8]
100 m hurdles 13.80 Emina Pilav 26 August 1973 Greece Athens, Greece
400 m hurdles 58.99 Gorana Cvijetić 4 July 2007 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
3000 m steeplechase 10:16.80 Biljana Cvijanović 28 June 2013 Mediterranean Games Turkey Mersin, Turkey [9]
High jump 1.94 m Amra Temim 15 August 1987 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Varaždin, Yugoslavia
Pole vault 2.40 m Mehdija Suljić-Ćutuk 18 June 2005 Turkey Istanbul, Turkey
Aldijana Bogučanin 16 September 2006 Spain Castellón, Spain
Ajla Šišić 21 June 2008 Slovakia Banská Bystrica, Slovakia
Long jump 5.98 m # Tanja Marković 9 June 2013 Bosnian Championships Bosnia and Herzegovina Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
5.95 m Mirsada Pekmezović 14 September 1980 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Sarajevo, Yugoslavia
Triple jump 12.92 m Anđela Kovačević 3 July 2010 Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Shot put 14.91 m Katica Tošić-Šporer 17 September 1966 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Sarajevo, Yugoslavia
Discus throw 52.58 m Kosa Stojković-Nikolić 17 July 1977 Romania Bucharest, Romania
Hammer throw 57.43 m Paša Šehić-Smajlović 2 June 2010 Bosnia and Herzegovina Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
59.50 m # [10] 3 July 2010 Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Javelin throw 46.72 m Maja Janjić 18 June 2005 Turkey Istanbul, Turkey
Heptathlon 5312 pts [11] Mirsada Pekmezović 18–19 September 1981 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Sarajevo, Yugoslavia
15.04 (100 m hurdles), 1.63 m (high jump), 12.12 m (shot put), 26.13 (200 m) / 5.76 m (long jump), 42.20 m (javelin), 2:24.52 (800 m)
20 km walk (road) 1:55:49 Meliha Mulahalilović 12 April 2008 Romania Bucharest, Romania
4x100 m relay 48.3  SR Bosnia and Herzegovina
M. Skrabek
A. Pecanac
A. Milas
Emina Pilav
25 May 1975 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Sarajevo, Yugoslavia
48.32  Bosnia and Herzegovina
Gorana Cvijetić
Ivana Macanović
Svjetlana Graorac
Tanja Marković
22 June 2013 European Team Championships 3rd League Slovakia Banská Bystrica, Slovakia [12]
4x400 m relay 3:47.73  SR Bosnia and Herzegovina
N. Šljivić
M. Cvjetinović
Jasmina Fočak
Marica Mršić
19 June 1983 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Sarajevo, Yugoslavia

Indoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
60 m 6.94 Ilija Cvijetić 5 March 2011 European Championships France Paris, France [13]
200 m 23.02 Nedim Čović 27 January 2006 Hungary Budapest, Hungary
400 m 51.26 Elvis Fatić 29 January 2006 Slovakia Bratislava, Slovakia
800 m 1:50.3 Slavko Koprivica 20 July 1972 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
1500 m 3:48.2 Vinko Pokrajčić 25 February 1979 European Championships Austria Vienna, Austria
3000 m 8:03.66 Vinko Pokrajčić 11 February 1984 Italy Turin, Italy
60 m hurdles 7.96 Adnan Malkić 6 March 2009 European Championships Italy Turin, Italy [14]
High jump 2.29 m Elvir Krehmić 13 February 1999 Greece Piraeus, Greece
Pole vault 4.70 m Borivoje Bošnjak 12 February 1975 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Sarajevo, S.R. Yugoslavia
Long jump 7.51 m Milan Babić 11 March 1967 Czechoslovakia Prague, Czechoslovakia
Triple jump 15.00 m Dražen Lasić 16 February 1990 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ljubljana, S.R. Yugoslavia
Shot put 20.57 m Zlatan Saračević 1 February 1980 Hungary Budapest, Hungary
Heptathlon
(60 m), (long jump), (shot put), (high jump) / (60 m hurdles), (pole vault), (1000 m)
5000 m walk 20:55.3 Denis Erkić 31 January 1998 Germany Berlin, Germany
4x400 m relay

Women

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
60 m 7.94 Gorana Cvijetić 21 February 2009 Greece Piraeus, Greece
200 m 26.13 Merisa Hadžić 27 January 2006 Hungary Budapest, Hungary
400 m 58.00 Merisa Hadžić 29 January 2006 Slovakia Bratislava, Slovakia
800 m 2:08.17 Biba Kajan-Subašić 2 February 1986 Hungary Budapest, Hungary
1500 m 4:21.72 Jasmina Fočak 16 February 1985 Italy Genoa, Italy
3000 m 9:26.08 Mirsada Burić 13 February 1991 Italy Turin, Italy
60 m hurdles 8.56 Emina Pilav 15 February 1975 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
High jump 1.88 m Samra Tanović-Bjelica 30 January 1986 Austria Vienna, Austria
Pole vault
Long jump 5.57 m Amina Kurtović 23 February 1991 Italy Verona, Italy
Triple jump 11.91 m Lejla Glođo 21 February 2007 Greece Piraeus, Greece
Shot put 12.82 m Gorana Tešanović 30 January 2010 Croatia Zagreb, Croatia
Pentathlon
(60 m hurdles), (high jump), (shot put), (long jump), (800 m)
3000 m walk 14:14.25 Kada Delić-Selimović 11 March 1994 European Championships France Paris, France
4x400 m relay

ht = hand timing
# = not officially ratified

References

External links

  • ASBIH web site
  • Bosnian and Herzegovinian Outdoor Records - Men
  • Bosnian and Herzegovinian Outdoor Records - Women
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