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List of Bulgarian records in athletics

The following are the national records in athletics in Bulgaria maintained by the Bulgarian Athletic Federation (Bulgarian: Българска Федерация Лека Атлетика) (BFLA).

Contents

  • Outdoor 1
    • Men 1.1
    • Women 1.2
  • Indoor 2
    • Men 2.1
    • Women 2.2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Outdoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 10.13 (+1.4 m/s) Petar Petrov 24 July 1980 Olympic Games Moscow, Soviet Union
200 m 20.20 (+0.8 m/s) Nikolay Antonov 26 August 1991 World Championships Tokyo, Japan
400 m 45.32 Iliya Dzhivondov 3 June 2000 Sofia, Bulgaria
800 m 1:46.3 Binko Kolev 12 July 1979 Celje, Yugoslavia
1000 m 2:18.22 Miroslav Chochkov 20 August 1988 Stara Zagora, Bulgaria
1500 m 3:39.53 Evgeni Ignatov 28 August 1982 Sofia, Bulgaria
Mile 3:58.31 Zhelisko Zhelev 1992 ?
2000 m 4:59.02 Evgeni Ignatov 4 September 1985 Rieti IAAF Grand Prix Rieti, Italy
3000 m 7:46.34 Evgeni Ignatov 4 July 1987 Bislett Games Oslo, Norway
5000 m 13:13.15 Evgeni Ignatov 31 August 1986 European Championships Stuttgart, Germany
10000 m 27:56.26 Evgeni Ignatov 2 July 1988 Bislett Games Oslo, Norway
10 km (road) 29:27 Evgeni Ignatov 24 September 1989 Birmingham, United Kingdom
15 km (road) 44:15 Christo Stefanov September 1995 Piła, Poland
Half marathon 1:02:33 Petko Stefanov 27 October 2002 Podgorica, Montenegro
Marathon 2:11:26 Christo Stefanov 19 October 1997 Sofia, Bulgaria
110 m hurdles 13.33 (+1.5 m/s) Zhivko Videnov 14 June 2000 Chania, Greece
400 m hurdles 48.48 Toma Tomov 11 August 1986 Budapest, Bulgaria
2000 m steeplechase 5:25.12 Mitko Tsenov 20 May 2015 New Stars Meeting Sofia, Bulgaria [1]
3000 m steeplechase 8:20.87 Mitko Tsenov 12 June 2014 Meeting Iberoamericano Huelva, Spain [2]
High jump 2.36 m Georgi Dakov 10 August 1990 Brussels, Belgium
Pole vault 5.82 m Spas Bukhalov 2 June 2007 U23 National Championships Sofia, Bulgaria
Long jump 8.33 m (0.0 m/s) Ivaylo Mladenov 3 June 1995 Seville, Spain
Triple jump 17.92 m (+1.6 m/s) Khristo Markov 31 August 1987 World Championships Rome, Italy
Shot put 21.09 m Georgi Ivanov 20 July 2013 Ústí nad Labem Grand Prix Ústí nad Labem, Czech Republic [3]
Discus throw 67.82 m Velko Velev 15 August 1978 Riga, Soviet Union
Hammer throw 82.40 m Plamen Minev 1 June 1991 Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Javelin throw 82.55 m Kolyo Neshev 25 March 2007 National Winter Throwing Championships Sofia, Bulgaria
Decathlon 8199 pts Atanas Andonov 20–21 June 1981 Sofia, Bulgaria
11.08 (100 m), 7.32 m (long jump), 15.90 m (shot put), 2.08 m (high jump), 49.47 (400 m) /
14.57 (110 m hurdles), 50.58 m (discus), 4.40 m (pole vault), 56.92 m (javelin), 4:37.48 (1500 m)
20 km walk (road) 1:20:43 Lyubomir Ivanov 26 June 1988 Sofia, Bulgaria
50 km walk (road) 4:07:46 Boncho Lapkov 14 April 1985 Békéscsaba, Hungary
4×100 m relay 38.99  Bulgaria
Pavel Pavlov
Vladimir Ivanov
Ivaylo Karanyotov
Petar Petrov
1 August 1980 Olympic Games Moscow, Soviet Union
4×400 m relay 3:01.61  Bulgaria
Stanislav Georgiev
Tsvetoslav Stankulov
Kiril Raykov
Anton Ivanov
21 August 1993 World Championships Stuttgart, Germany

Women

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 10.77 (+0.7 m/s) Ivet Lalova 19 June 2004 European Cup Plovdiv, Bulgaria
200 m 22.01 (-0.5 m/s) Anelia Nuneva 16 August 1987 Sofia, Bulgaria
400 m 49.53 Vania Stambolova 27 August 2006 IAAF Grand Prix Rieti, Italy
800 m 1:55.42 Nikolina Shtereva 26 July 1976 Olympic Games Montreal, Canada
1000 m 2:33.0 Totka Petrova 13 August 1978 Sofia, Bulgaria
1500 m 3:57.4 Totka Petrova 11 August 1979 Athens, Greece
Mile 4:21.52 Vesela Yatsinka 30 June 1982 Budapest, Hungary
2000 m 5:35.85 Daniela Yordanova 8 July 2004 Agora Meeting Sofia, Bulgaria
3000 m 8:30.59 Daniela Yordanova 6 July 2001 Meeting Areva Saint Denis, France
5000 m 14:56.95 Daniela Yordanova 25 September 2000 Olympic Games Sydney, Australia
10000 m 32:40.23 Daniela Yordanova 28 May 2006 Bulgarian 10000m Championships Sofia, Bulgaria
10 km (road) 34:26 Milka Mikhailova 22 May 2004 Maltepe, Turkey
15 km (road) 52:39 Radka Naplatanova 16 November 1988 Griesheim, Germany
Half marathon 1:13:07 Galina Goranova 22 September 1996 Philadelphia, United States
Marathon 2:35:02 Galina Goranova 21 January 1996 Houston Marathon Houston, United States
100 m hurdles 12.21 (+0.7 m/s) Yordanka Donkova 20 August 1988 Stara Zagora, Bulgaria
400 m hurdles 53.68 Vanya Stambolova 5 June 2011 Meeting International Mohammed VI d'Athlétisme Rabat, Morocco [4]
2000 m steeplechase 6:26.64 Dobrinka Shalamanova 19 May 2007 New Stars International Meeting Sofia, Bulgaria
3000 m steeplechase 9:33.41 Silvia Danekova 1 August 2015 Balkan Championships Pitești, Romania [5]
High jump 2.09 m Stefka Kostadinova 30 August 1987 World Championships Rome, Italy
Pole vault 4.45 m Tanya Koleva 21 June 2003 European Cup Velenje, Slovenia
Long jump 7.00 m (+0.6 m/s) Silvia Khristova-Moneva 3 August 1986 Sofia, Bulgaria
Triple jump 15.20 m (-0.3 m/s) Tereza Marinova 24 September 2000 Olympic Games Sydney, Australia
Shot put 21.89 m Ivanka Khristova 4 July 1976 Belmeken, Bulgaria
Discus throw 73.22 m Tsvetanka Khristova 19 April 1987 Kazanlak, Bulgaria
Hammer throw 65.35 m Anelia Yordanova 10 June 2000 Sofia, Bulgaria
Javelin throw 63.32 m Hristina Georgieva 28 June 2000 Athens, Greece
Heptathlon 6658 pts Svetla Dimitrova 30–31 May 1992 Hypo-Meeting Götzis, Austria
13.41 (100 m hurdles), 1.75 m (high jump), 14.72 m (shot put), 23.06w (200 m) / 6.64 m (long jump), 43.84 m (javelin), 2:09.60 (800 m)
10 km walk (road) 46:04 Nevena Mineva-Dimitrova 7 August 2002 Munich, Germany
20 km walk (road) 1:32:11 Nevena Mineva-Dimitrova 30 June 2001 Nova Zagora, Bulgaria
4x100 m relay 42.29  Bulgaria
Krasimira Pencheva
Anelia Nuneva
Nadezhda Georgieva
Yordanka Donkova
26 June 1988 Sofia, Bulgaria
4x400 m relay 3:25.81  Bulgaria
Katya Ilieva
Rositsa Stamenova
Galina Penkova
Svobodka Damyanova
24 July 1983 Sofia, Bulgaria

Indoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
50 m 5.80 Ivaylo Karanyotov 21 February 1981 Sofia, Bulgaria
60 m 6.58 Petar Petrov 25 February 1978 Sofia, Bulgaria
100 m 10.6 Pavel Bidinki 27 February 1965 Sofia, Bulgaria
200 m 20.41 Nikolay Antonov 1 March 1992 European Championships Genoa, Italy
400 m 46.35 Iliya Dzhivondov 12 February 2000 Piraeus, Greece
800 m 1:47.78 Binko Kolev 25 February 1979 Wien, Austria
1000 m 2:25.05 Binko Kolev 1 February 1986 Dobrich, Bulgaria
Zdravko Gospodinov 1 February 1986 Dobrich, Bulgaria
1500 m 3:41.7 Evgeni Ignatov 8 February 1981 Sofia, Bulgaria
3000 m 7:55.4 Evgeni Ignatov 1 February 1981 Sofia, Bulgaria
50 m hurdles 6.62 Plamen Krastev 22 February 1981 European Championships Grenoble, France
Zhivko Videnov 25 February 2001 Meeting Pas de Calais Liévin, France
60 m hurdles 7.62 Zhivko Videnov 29 January 2000 Sofia, Bulgaria
High jump 2.31 m Georgi Dakov 26 February 1991 Budapest, Hungary
Pole vault 5.76 m Spas Bukhalov 4 February 2006 Sofia, Bulgaria
Long jump 8.30 m Ivaylo Mladenov 28 February 1994 Piraeus, Greece
Triple jump 17.45 m Khristo Markov 6 February 1988 Piraeus, Greece
Shot put 21.02 m Georgi Ivanov 7 March 2014 World Championships Sopot, Poland [6]
Heptathlon 5853 pts Atanas Andonov 11 March 1981 Sofia, Bulgaria
7.21 (60 m), 6.84 m (long jump), 15.63 m (shot put), 2.12 m (high jump), 8.17 (60 m hurdles), 4.60 m (pole vault), 2:47.1 (1000 m)
5000 m walk 18:58.18 Lyubomir Ivanov 11 February 1990 Sofia, Bulgaria
4x200 m relay 1:27.77 University Team
G. Atanasov
F. Jakubov
Kr. Sokolov
B. Padev
17 February 1985 Sofia, Bulgaria
4x400 m relay 3:15.0  Bulgaria
Yanko Bratanov
Marin Danov
Vasil Kasov
Krastyo Khristov
17 February 1974 Sofia, Bulgaria

Women

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
50 m 6.12 Anelia Nuneva 27 January 1995 Moscow, Russia
60 m 7.03 Anelia Nuneva 22 February 1987 Meeting Pas de Calais Liévin, France
100 m 12.28 Nadeschda Georgieva 22 December 1982 Sofia, Bulgaria
200 m 22.91 Ivet Lalova 6 March 2005 European Championships Madrid, Spain
22.87 # 1 February 2004 Akademik Meeting Sofia, Bulgaria
300 m 36.81 Vania Stambolova 14 February 2012 Meeting Pas de Calais Liévin, France [7]
400 m 50.21 Vania Stambolova 12 March 2006 World Championships Moscow, Russia [8]
800 m 2:00.07 Teodora Kolarova 21 February 2007 Balkan Championships Piraeus, Greece
1000 m 2:40.15 Tsvetelina Kirilova 2 February 2003 Sofia, Bulgaria
1500 m 4:04.19 Daniela Yordanova 9 March 2008 World Championships Valencia, Spain [9]
3000 m 8:47.45 Daniela Yordanova 27 February 2000 European Championships Ghent, Belgium
5000 m 17:27.44 Petrana Petkova 24 January 2004 Nebraska, United States
17:19.53 OT 3 February 2006 Hoosier Relays Bloomington, United States [10]
50 m hurdles 6.77 Yordanka Donkova 7 February 1993 Grenoble, France
60 m hurdles 7.74 Yordanka Donkova 14 February 1987 Sofia, Bulgaria
7.6 (ht) 8 February 1987 Sofia, Bulgaria
High jump 2.06 m Stefka Kostadinova 20 February 1988 Piraeus, Greece
Pole vault 4.50 m Tanya Koleva-Stefanova 16 February 2005 Athens Meeting Athens, Greece
Long jump 6.91 m Magdalena Khristova 19 February 1998 GE Galan Stockholm, Sweden
Triple jump 14.94 m Iva Prandzheva 7 March 1999 World Championships Maebashi, Japan
Shot put 20.78 m Ivanka Khristova 14 February 1976 Sofia, Bulgaria
Pentathlon 4542 pts Daniela Nenova 6 March 1983 Yambol, Bulgaria
8.66 (60 m hurdles), 1.82 m (high jump), 12.74 m (shot put), 6.28 m (long jump), 2:13.80 (800 m)
3000 m walk 12:50.28 Nevena Mineva-Dimitrova 27 January 2001 Sofia, Bulgaria
4x200 m relay 1:39.7  Bulgaria
If. Benkova
If Koschintscharka
S. Kasandschieva
M. Bobtjcheva
14 March 1971 Sofia, Bulgaria
4x400 m relay 3:32.03  Bulgaria
Monika Gachevska
Mariyana Dimitrova
Teodora Kolarova
Vanya Stambolova
4 February 2006 Sofia, Bulgaria

# = not recognised by federation
OT = oversized track

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External links

  • BAF web site
  • Bulgarian Athletics Records - Men Outdoor
  • Bulgarian Athletics Records - Women Outdoor
  • Bulgarian Athletics Records - Men Indoor
  • Bulgarian Athletics Records - Women Indoor
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