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Serbian records in athletics

The following are the national records in athletics in Serbia maintained by its national athletics federation: Atletski Savez Srbije (ASS).

Outdoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 10.34 Mladen Nikolić 7 September 1984 Greece Athens, Greece
Marko Janković 13 June 2003 Serbia Kragujevac, Serbia
10.33 (0.0 m/s) # [1] Slobodan Branković 24 July 1993 Serbia and Montenegro Belgrade, F.R. Yugoslavia
200 m 20.74 (+1.2 m/s) Mladen Nikolić 9 August 1984 Greece Athens, Greece
400 m 45.30 Slobodan Branković 29 August 1990 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Split, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
800 m 1:44.75 Slobodan Popović 15 August 1988 Austria Linz, Austria
1000 m 2:18.88 Slobodan Popović 14 July 1989 United Kingdom London, United Kingdom
1500 m 3:34.85 Dragan Zdravković 20 August 1983 Czechoslovakia Prague, Czechoslovakia
Mile 3:52.24 Dragan Zdravković 17 August 1983 Germany Berlin, Germany
2000 m 4:59.8 Dragan Zdravković 7 August 1983 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Titovo Užice, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
3000 m 7:40.49 Dragan Zdravković 9 July 1983 Bislett Games Norway Oslo, Norway
5000 m 13:31.2 Danijel Korica 30 June 1971 Finland Helsinki, Finland
10000 m 27:58.39 Danijel Korica 10 August 1971 European Championships Finland Helsinki, Finland
10 km (road) 28:55 Mirko Petrović 28 June 2008 Bosnia and Herzegovina Brčko, Bosnia and Herzegovina
15 km (road) 48:02 Nedeljko Farčić 1 November 1963 Italy Trento, Italy
One hour 19394 m [2] Franc Červan 19 November 1964 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Celje, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
19214 m Franjo Mihalić 25 October 1952 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Belgrade, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
20000 m 1:02:24.4 Franjo Mihalić 25 October 1952 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Belgrade, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
20 km (road) 1:04:03 Janko Benša 25 May 2002 United States Wheeling, United States
25000 m 1:19:35.2 Franjo Mihalić 9 June 1957 Finland Lappeenranta, Finland
30000 m 1:48:50.2 Antun Toldi 29 June 1962 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zagreb, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
Half marathon (road) 1:02:11 Janko Benša 27 September 1998 World Half Marathon Championships Switzerland Uster, Switzerland
Marathon 2:13:57 Borislav Dević 15 January 1995 Houston Marathon United States Houston, United States
2:12:40 # [3] Sreten Ninković 17 February 2002 Austin Marathon United States Austin, United States
110 m hurdles 13.60 m (+1.9 m/s) Nenad Lončar 20 July 2003 European U23 Championships Poland Bydgoszcz, Poland
400 m hurdles 48.05 Emir Bekrić 15 August 2013 World Championships Russia Moscow, Russia [4]
3000 m steeplechase 8:28.80 Vule Maksimović 4 September 1989 Hungary Budapest, Hungary
High jump 2.38 m Dragutin Topić 1 August 1993 Serbia and Montenegro Belgrade, F.R. Yugoslavia
Pole vault 5.25 m Dragan Georgijevski 5 May 1990 West Germany Paderborn, West Germany
Long jump 8.45 m (+2.0 m/s) Nenad Stekić 25 July 1975 Canada Montreal, Canada
Triple jump 17.01 m Miloš Srejović 20 September 1981 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Sarajevo, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
Shot put 21.77 m Dragan Perić 25 April 1998 Serbia and Montenegro Bar, F.R. Yugoslavia
Discus throw 61.94 m Dragan Perić 26 May 1991 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Belgrade, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
Hammer throw 67.46 m Dragan Majstorović 27 July 1990 Soviet Union Minsk, Soviet Union
Javelin throw 83.34 m Sejad Krdžalić 30 May 1987 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Belgrade, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
Decathlon 8275 pts Mihail Dudaš 10–11 August 2013 World Championships Russia Moscow, Russia [5]
10.67 (-0.5 m/s) (100 m), 7.51 m (+0.7 m/s) (long jump), 13.45 m (shot put), 1.96 m (high jump), 47.73 (400 m) /
14.59 (-0.2 m/s) (110 m hurdles), 44.06 m (discus), 4.90 m (pole vault), 59.06 m (javelin), 4:26.62 (1500 m)
10000 m walk 40:05.19 Aleksandar Raković 16 June 1996 Serbia and Montenegro Niš, F.R. Yugoslavia
20000 m walk 1:24:52.40 Aleksandar Raković 28 June 1997 Greece Athens, Greece
20 km walk (road) 1:21:50 Predrag Filipović 22 March 2003 Serbia Surčin, Serbia
50 km walk (road) 3:48:01 Aleksandar Raković 2 May 1999 France Mézidon-Canon, France
4x100 m relay 39.79  Yugoslavia
Mladen Nikolić
Dragan Zarić
Aleksandar Popović
Nenad Milinkov
19 September 1981 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Sarajevo, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
4x400 m relay 2:59.95  Yugoslavia
Dejan Jovković
Nenad Đurović
Ismail Mačev
Slobodan Branković
31 August 1991 World Championships Japan Tokyo, Japan

Women

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 11.34 (+0.8 m/s) Kornelija Šinković 17 June 1987 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Belgrade, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
200 m 23.28 (-0.2 m/s) Marina Filipović 17 June 1997 Mediterranean Games Italy Bari, Italy
400 m 52.81 # [6] Jovana Miljković 22 June 2002 Serbia Belgrade, Serbia
52.88 Marina Filipović 28 June 1997 Athens Grand Prix Greece Athens, Greece
800 m 2:00.5 Vera Nikolić 20 July 1968 London Grand Prix United Kingdom London, United Kingdom
1000 m 2:39.79 Amela Terzić 26 August 2012 Athletics Bridge Slovakia Dubnica nad Váhom, Slovakia [7]
1500 m 4:05.69 Amela Terzić 14 July 2013 European U23 Championships Finland Tampere, Finland [8]
3000 m 8:53.78 Breda Pergar 26 July 1981 Romania Bucharest, Romania
5000 m 15:11.25 Olivera Jevtić 22 September 2000 Olympic Games Australia Sydney, Australia
10000 m 31:29.65 Olivera Jevtić 30 September 2000 Olympic Games Australia Sydney, Australia
10 km (road) 31:31 Olivera Jevtić 14 October 2001 Hungary Budapest, Hungary
15 km (road) 51:35 Olivera Jevtić 31 December 1998 Hungary Budapest, Hungary
20 km (road) 1:10:07 Suzana Ćirić 4 September 1995 United States New Haven, United States
Half marathon (road) 1:09:18 Olivera Jevtić 31 March 2002 Serbia and Montenegro Novi Sad, F.R. Yugoslavia
25 km (road) 1:27:12 Suzana Ćirić 8 May 1994 Berlin 25K Germany Berlin, Germany
Marathon 2:25:23 Olivera Jevtić 13 April 2003 Rotterdam Marathon Netherlands Rotterdam, Netherlands
100 m hurdles 13.19 (+1.5 m/s) Jelena Jotanović 10 July 2009 Universiade Serbia Belgrade, Serbia [9]
400 m hurdles 57.55 Mila Andrić 26 July 2009 European Junior Championships Serbia Novi Sad, Serbia
3000 m steeplechase 10:02.24 Biljana Jović 13 July 2007 Hungary Debrecen, Hungary
High jump 1.94 m Amra Temim 16 September 1988 Greece Thessaloniki, Greece
Pole vault 4.25 m Jelena Radinović Vasić 19 August 2011 Serbia Sremska Mitrovica, Serbia [10]
Long jump 6.82 m (+0.1 m/s) Ivana Španović 11 August 2013 World Championships Russia Moscow, Russia [11]
Triple jump 14.56 m (-0.4 m/s) Biljana Topić Mitrović 13 September 2009 World Athletics Final Greece Thessaloniki, Greece [12]
Shot put 18.86 m Danijela Čurović 19 July 1998 Serbia and Montenegro Subotica, F.R. Yugoslavia
Discus throw 63.63 m Dragana Tomašević 8 August 2006 European Championships Sweden Gothenburg, Sweden
Hammer throw 64.11 m Sara Savatović 3 May 2013 Big 12 Conference Championship United States Waco, United States
Javelin throw 62.68 m Tatjana Jelača 16 August 2013 World Championships Russia Moscow, Russia [13]
Heptathlon 5618 pts Marina Mihajlova 30 June–1 July 1990 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ljubljana, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
14.38 (100 m hurdles), 1.74 m (high jump), 11.09 m (shot put), 26.10 (200 m) / 5.80 m (w) (long jump), 42.00 m (javelin), 2:14.04 (800 m)
5000 m walk 23:22.62 Ankica Barzut 16 June 2001 Serbia and Montenegro Belgrade, F.R. Yugoslavia
10000 m walk 48:20.28 Ankica Barzut 19 July 2001 Italy Grosseto, Italy
10 km walk (road) 48:07 Ankica Barzut 19 May 2001 Hungary Dudince, Hungary
20 km walk (road)
4x100 m relay 44.68  Serbia and Montenegro
Elvira Pančić
Mila Savić
Biljana Mitrović
Vukosava Đapić
8 July 2000 Slovakia Banská Bystrica, Slovakia
4x400 m relay 3:35.36  Serbia and Montenegro
Vukosava Đapić
Tatjana Lojanica Kuzmanović
Jovana Miljković
Mila Savić
2 July 2000 Greece Kavala, Greece

Indoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
60 m 6.76 Aleksandar Popović 9 February 1985 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
200 m 21.24 Slobodan Branković 22 February 1989 Italy Turin, Italy
400 m 46.23 Slobodan Branković 29 February 1992 European Championships Italy Genoa, Italy
800 m 1:46.44 Slobodan Popović 10 February 1988 Italy Turin, Italy
1500 m 3:40.65 Goran Nava 7 February 2010 KLASS Meeting Italy Ancona, Italy [14][15]
3000 m 7:51.47 Dragan Zdravković 9 March 1983 Italy Milan, Italy
5000 m 14:25.08 Velibor Radojević 27 February 2004 United States Terre Haute, United States
60 m hurdles 7.73 Miroslav Novaković 1 March 2002 European Championships Austria Vienna, Austria
High jump 2.35 m Dragutin Topić 10 March 1996 European Championships Sweden Stockholm, Sweden
Pole vault 5.20 m Dragan Georgijevski 2 February 1990 West Germany Zweibrücken, West Germany
Long jump 8.02 m Danial Jahić 13 February 1999 Greece Piraeus, Greece
Triple jump 16.64 m Zoran Đurđević 9 February 1992 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Belgrade, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
Shot put 20.64 m Vladimir Milić 30 January 1982 Italy Milan, Italy
Dragan Perić 19 March 1994 Serbia and Montenegro Sremska Mitrovica, F.R. Yugoslavia
Asmir Kolašinac 2 February 2012 Gugl Indoor Meeting Austria Linz, Austria [16]
Heptathlon 6099 pts Mihail Dudaš 2–3 March 2013 European Championships Sweden Gothenburg, Sweden [17]
6.91 (60 m), 7.55 m (long jump), 14.12 m (shot put), 2.08 m (high jump) / 8.13 (60 m hurdles), 4.60 m (pole vault), 2:39.04 (1000 m)
5000 m walk 20:06.32 Vladimir Savanović 24 February 2013 Slovakia Indoor Championship Slovakia Bratislava, Slovakia [18]
4×400 m relay 3:16.74  Yugoslavia 16 February 1985 Italy Genoa, Italy

Women

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
60 m 7.34 Vukosava Đapić 20 February 2005 Athina Greece Athens, Greece
7.1 (ht) 11 February 1998 Serbia Belgrade, Serbia
200 m 23.46 Kornelija Šinković 6 March 1988 European Championships Hungary Budapest, Hungary
400 m 53.52 Marina Filipović 1 February 1997 Hungary Budapest, Hungary
800 m 2:05.75+ Marina Munćan 22 January 2011 New Balance Games United States New York City, United States [19]
1500 m 4:12.23 Marina Munćan 6 March 2009 European Championships Italy Turin, Italy [20]
Mile 4:31.84 Marina Munćan 22 January 2011 New Balance Games United States New York City, United States [21]
3000 m 9:04.23 Snežana Jolović Pajkić 1 February 1987 Austria Vienna, Austria
5000 m 16:25.53 Bogdana Mimić 18 February 2012 BIG EAST Championships United States New York City, United States [22]
60 m hurdles 8.20 Jelena Jotanović 21 February 2009 Greece Piraeus, Greece
High jump 1.92 m Tamara Malešev 4 March 1984 European Championships Sweden Gothenburg, Sweden
Pole vault 4.11 m Jelena Radinović Vasić 13 February 2011 Internationales Hallenmeeting Austria Linz, Austria [23]
Long jump 6.73 m Ivana Španović 23 February 2013 Balkan Championships Turkey Istanbul, Turkey [24]
Triple jump 14.37 m Biljana Topić Mitrović 8 March 2009 European Championships Italy Turin, Italy [25]
Shot put 18.39 m Danijela Čurović 31 January 1998 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
Pentathlon 4240 pts Ivana Španović 19 January 2013 Vojvodina Combined Event Championships Serbia Novi Sad, Serbia [26]
8.49 (60 m hurdles), 1.78 m (high jump), 12.40 m (shot put), 6.63 m (long jump), 2:43.68 (800 m)
3000 m walk 14:43.04 Milica Kostić 24 February 2013 Slovakia Indoor Championship Slovakia Bratislava, Slovakia [27]
4x400 m relay

# = not officially ratified
ht = hand timing

See also

  • List of Serbian records in swimming

References

External links

  • ASS web site
  • Serbian Athletics Records
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