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Moldovan records in athletics

The following are the national records in athletics in Moldova maintained by its national athletics federation: Federatia de Atletism din Republica Moldova (FAM).

Outdoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 10.30 (+0.4 m/s) Alexandr Afteni 19 July 1984 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
200 m 21.15 Yuriy Yordanov 16 September 1984 Soviet Union Baku, Soviet Union
400 m 46.57 Sergey Grigoryev 5 July 1984 Soviet Union Kiev, Soviet Union
800 m 1:47.18 Vitaliy Cherkes 19 August 2000 Belarus Staiki, Belarus
1500 m 3:37.2 Anatoliy Mamontov 22 July 1976 Soviet Union Podolsk, Soviet Union
3000 m 7:52.5 Anatoliy Mamontov 28 April 1980 Soviet Union Sochi, Soviet Union
5000 m 13:47.6 Igor Braslavskiy 25 August 1983 Soviet Union Chişinău, Soviet Union
10000 m 28:16.4 Vasiliy Nikolayev 18 July 1978 Soviet Union Vilnius, Soviet Union
10 km (road) 28:54.1 Vasiliy Nikolayev 26 September 2009 Switzerland Carouge, Switzerland
15 km (road) 45:58 Vasiliy Nikolayev 10 Oct 2004 Turkey Istanbul, Turkey
Half marathon 1:03:38 Jaroslav Mushinschi 7 May 2006 Serbia and Montenegro Pristina, Serbia and Montenegro
Marathon 2:08:32 Jaroslav Mushinschi 2 May 2010 Düsseldorf Marathon Germany Düsseldorf, Germany [1]
110 m hurdles 13.58 (+0.2 m/s) Aleksandr Yenko 6 July 1995 Belarus Gomel, Belarus
400 m hurdles 48.61 Vadim Zadoynov 29 August 1990 European Championships Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Split, Yugoslavia
3000 m steeplechase 8:18.97 Ion Luchianov 16 August 2008 Olympic Games China Beijing, PR China [2]
High jump 2.25 m Radu Tucan 30 May 2008 Moldova Chişinău, Moldova
Pole vault 5.70 m Aleksandr Zhukov 20 June 1987 Soviet Union Chelyabinsk, Soviet Union
Long jump 8.25 m (+1.6 m/s) Sergey Podgayniy 18 August 1990 Soviet Union Chişinău, Soviet Union
Triple jump 17.06 m (0.0 m/s) Vladimir Letnicov 23 June 2002 Serbia and Montenegro Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro
Shot put 20.64 m Ivan Emelianov 29 May 2011 Moldovan Championships Moldova Chişinău, Moldova [3]
Discus throw 65.46 m Georgiy Zelentsov 19 October 1980 Soviet Union Yerevan, Soviet Union
Hammer throw 76.62 m Roman Rozna 28 June 2003 Belarus Minsk, Belarus
Javelin throw 74.78 m Dmitri Tarabin 25 February 2010 Russia Adler, Russia
Decathlon 8288 pts Valeriy Kachanov 20–21 June 1980 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
11.08 (100 m), 7.54 m (long jump), 14.53 m (shot put), 2.08 m (high jump), 48.70 (400 m) /
14.61 (110 m hurdles), 46.10 m (discus), 4.50 m (pole vault), 58.10 m (javelin), 4:17.4 (1500 m)
20 km walk (road) 1:19:32 Victor Mostovik 3 May 1987 United States New York, United States
50 km walk (road) 4:01:38 Feodosii Chumachenko 24 September 1999 Ukraine Kiev, Ukraine
4x100 m relay 40.70  Moldavian SSR
Soin
A. Ganchenko
Yuriy Yordanov
Alexandr Afteni
29 July 1979 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
4x400 m relay 3:07.65  Moldavian SSR
A. Bazarov
Y. Shipulin
S. Lachiza
Sergey Grigoryev
16 August 1988 Soviet Union Kiev, Soviet Union

Women

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 11.58 (+2.0 m/s) Irina Grigoryeva 28 June 1985 Soviet Union Tallinn, Soviet Union
200 m 23.54 (+1.8 m/s) Jana Burtasenkova 13 June 1993 Netherlands Rotterdam, Netherlands
400 m 52.15 Larisa Glavenko 17 July 1987 Soviet Union Bryansk, Soviet Union
800 m 1:59.3 Lyubov Ivanova 12 August 1978 Soviet Union Podolsk, Soviet Union
1500 m 3:57.05 Svetlana Guskova 27 July 1982 Soviet Union Kiev, Soviet Union
3000 m 8:29.36 Svetlana Guskova 25 July 1982 Soviet Union Kiev, Soviet Union
5000 m 15:02.12 Svetlana Guskova 21 June 1986 Soviet Union Tallinn, Soviet Union
10000 m 31:42.43 Svetlana Guskova 30 August 1986 West Germany Stuttgart, West Germany
10 km (road) 33:21 Tatyana Zuyeva 5 March 1994 United States Plant City, United States
15 km (road) 50:43 Tatyana Zuyeva 15 February 1992 United States Tampa, United States
20 km (road) 1:11:20 Larisa Timkina 1 May 2000 France Maroilles, France
Half marathon 1:12:21 Tatyana Zuyeva 12 June 1993 Russia Saint Petersburg, Russia
Marathon 2:31:00 Tatyana Zuyeva 27 October 1991 Italy Carpi, Italy
100 m hurdles 12.81 (+1.0 m/s) Maria Kemenchezhi 26 June 1982 East Germany Cottbus, East Germany
400 m hurdles 56.11 Natalia Dudina 5 July 1988 Soviet Union Tallinn, Soviet Union
3000 m steeplechase 9:36.63 Oxana Juravel 15 August 2009 World Championships Germany Berlin, Germany [4]
High jump 1.97 m Olga Bolşova 5 September 1993 Rieti IAAF Grand Prix Italy Rieti, Italy
Pole vault 3.60 m Ecaterina Abramova 27 May 2011 Moldova Tiraspol, Moldova
28 May 2011 Moldova Chişinău, Moldova
Long jump 6.53 m Lyubov Ratsu 28 August 1983 Soviet Union Chişinău, Soviet Union
Triple jump 14.24 m (+0.6 m/s) Olga Bolşova 28 June 2003 Spain Alcalá, Spain
Shot put 19.59 m Alexandra Mititelu 21 September 1985 Soviet Union Baku, Soviet Union
Discus throw 61.96 m Larisa Platonova 5 June 1983 United Kingdom Birmingham, United Kingdom
Hammer throw 73.60 m Zalina Marghieva 18 March 2012 European Cup Winter Throwing Montenegro Bar, Montenegro [5]
Javelin throw 50.77 m Valentina Croitor 7 May 2008 Moldova Chişinău, Moldova
Heptathlon 6423 pts (ht) Lyubov Ratsu 27–28 August 1983 Soviet Union Chişinău, Soviet Union
13.6 (100 m hurdles), 1.80 m (high jump), 14.75 m (shot put), 24.2 (200 m) / 6.53 m (long jump), 41.86 m (javelin), 2:11.6 (800 m)
10 km walk (road) 46:14 Yulia Lisnik 11 July 1991 Soviet Union Kiev, Soviet Union
20 km walk (road) 1:41:30 Yulia Lisnik 16 September 1991 Belarus Navapolatsk, Belarus
4x100 m relay 45.2  Moldavian SSR
I. Grigoryeva
Natalia Dudina
E. Savtchouk
Larisa Glavenko
25 August 1985 Soviet Union Tiraspol, Soviet Union
4x400 m relay 3:35.9  Moldavian SSR
T. Ivanova
Natalia Dudina
A. Bologan
Larisa Glavenko
31 May 1987 Soviet Union Tbilisi, Soviet Union

Indoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
60 m 6.77 Alexandr Afteni 18 February 1983 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
6.4 (ht) 2 February 1985 Soviet Union Chişinău, Soviet Union
200 m 21.98 Yuriy Yordanov 12 March 1985 Soviet Union Chişinău, Soviet Union
400 m 47.09 Vadim Zadoynov 10 March 1996 European Championships Sweden Stockholm, Sweden
800 m 1:49.6 Anatoliy Mamontov 10 February 1974 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
1000 m 2:25.3 Anatoliy Mamontov 2 March 1973 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
1500 m 3:41.1 Anatoliy Mamontov 12 March 1978 European Championships Italy Milan, Italy
3000 m 8:03.6 Anatoliy Mamontov 13 March 1978 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
60 m hurdles 7.84 Aleksandr Yenko 4 February 1995 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
High jump 2.21 m Vladimir Podlesniy 18 February 1988 Soviet Union Minsk, Soviet Union
Pole vault 5.70 m Aleksandr Zhukov 17 January 1988 Soviet Union Minsk, Soviet Union
5.75 m # [6] 25 May 1990 Soviet Union Tbilisi, Soviet Union
Long jump 8.09 m Alexandr Cuharenco 3 February 2012 Moldovan Championships Moldova Chișinău, Moldova
Triple jump 16.85 m Vladimir Letnicov 1 February 2008 Moldova Chişinău, Moldova
Shot put 20.31 m Ivan Emilianov 5 February 2011 Moldovan Championships Moldova Chişinău, Moldova [7]
Heptathlon 5145 pts Victor Covalenco 13–14 February 2007 Ukraine Sumy, Ukraine
7.34 (60 m), 6.91 m (long jump), 13.89 m (shot put), 1.88 m (high jump) / 9.29 (60 m hurdles), 4.20 m (pole vault), 2:45.47 (1000 m)
5000 m walk 19:19.69 Viacheslav Fediuc 13 February 1994 Ukraine Kiev, Ukraine
4x400 m relay

Women

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
60 m 7.42 Lilia Mocanu 6 February 1990 Soviet Union Chelyabinsk, Soviet Union
7.0 (ht) 26 January 1992 Moldova Chişinău, Moldova
200 m 24.12 Lilia Mocanu 15 February 1991 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
400 m 53.72 Larisa Glavenco 26 February 1990 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
800 m 2:04.13 Olga Politova 12 January 1984 United States Boston, United States
1000 m 2:40.27 Svetlana Guskova ? ?
1500 m 4:07.4 Svetlana Guskova 25 February 1979 European Championships Austria Vienna, Austria
3000 m 8:55.30 [8] Svetlana Guskova 19 February 1982 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
9:00.59 20 February 1982 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
60 m hurdles 8.07 Maria Kemenchezhi-Merchuk 20 February 1982 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
High jump 1.94 m Lyudmila Sukhoroslova 24 January 1988 Soviet Union Zaporizhzhya, Soviet Union
Olga Bolşova 20 January 1992 Moldova Chişinău, Moldova
28 February 1994 Greece Piraeus, Greece
10 March 1996 European Championships Sweden Stockholm, Sweden
Pole vault 3.50 m Ecaterina Abramova 5 February 2011 Moldovan Championships Moldova Chișinău, Moldova [9]
Long jump 6.47 m Lyubov Ratsu 3 March 1985 Soviet Union Gomel, Soviet Union
Triple jump 14.17 m Olga Bolşova 11 March 2001 World Championships Portugal Lisbon, Portugal
Shot put 20.06 m [10] Svetlana Krachevskaya 22 February 1976 West Germany Munich, West Germany
17.60 m Alexandra Mititelu 1984 Soviet Union Chişinău, Soviet Union
Pentathlon 4714 pts Lyubov Ratsu 15 February 1985 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
8.42 (60 m hurdles), 1.77 m (high jump), 15.12 m (shot put), 6.43 m (long jump), 2:15.59 (800 m)
3000 m walk 13:10.43 Yulia Lisnik 11 March 1994 European Championships France Paris, France
4x400 m relay

ht = hand timing
# = not officially ratified

References

External links

  • FMA web site
  • Moldovan Athletics Records
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