Slovak records in athletics

The following are the national records in athletics in Slovakia maintained by its national athletics federation: Slovenský Atletický Zväz (SAZ).

Outdoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 y 10.04+ (-0.8 m/s) Vladimír Šimík 31 May 2011 Golden Spike Ostrava Czech Republic Ostrava, Czech Republic [1]
100 m 10.21 (+1.1 m/s) Adam Zavacký 18 May 2013 Czech League Meet Czech Republic Hodonín, Czech Republic [2]
200 m 20.74 Martin Brinarský 1 February 2002 South Africa Bloemfontein, South Africa
400 m 45.32 Štefan Balošák 27 July 1996 Olympic Games United States Atlanta, United States
800 m 1:44.94 Jozef Repčík 12 June 2008 Golden Spike Ostrava Czech Republic Ostrava, Czech Republic
1500 m 3:39.41 Jozef Lenčéš 26 June 1977 Greece Athens, Greece
3:39.4 (ht) Ivan Kovác 30 May 1974 Slovakia Bratislava, Slovakia
3000 m 7:46.83 Róbert Štefko 14 June 1997 Poland Sopot, Poland
5000 m 13:19.40 Róbert Štefko 1 June 1995 France Saint Denis, France
10000 m 27:42.98 Róbert Štefko 29 Jun 1997 France Lille, France
10 km (road) 28:43 Róbert Štefko 20 March 2004 Germany Dresden, Germany
15 km (road) 43:25 Róbert Štefko 30 April 1995 France La Courneuve, France
20 km (road) 58:38 Róbert Štefko 16 October 1994 France Paris, France
One hour 19836 m Martin Vrabel 25 September 1980 Czech Republic Ostrava, Czech Republic
Half marathon 1:01:51 Róbert Štefko 3 November 1996 France Saint Denis, France
25 km (road) 1:15:10 Martin Vrabel 7 May 1989 Berlin 25K Germany Berlin, Germany
Marathon 2:09:53 Robert Stefko 26 April 1998 London Marathon United Kingdom London, United Kingdom
110 m hurdles 13.13 Igor Kováč 7 July 1997 DN Galan Sweden Stockholm, Sweden
400 m hurdles 48.94 Jozef Kucej 21 June 1989 Czechoslovakia Prague, Czechoslovakia
3000 m steeplechase 8:32.7 Milan Slovák 6 August 1978 Czechoslovakia Banská Bystrica, Czechoslovakia
High jump 2.34 m Róbert Ruffíni 3 July 1988 Czechoslovakia Prague, Czechoslovakia
Pole vault 5.41 m Rudolf Haraksim 23 August 2003 Switzerland Fribourg, Switzerland
Long jump 8.05 m Róbert Széli 6 July 1988 Hungary Budapest, Hungary
Triple jump 17.46 m Dmitrij Vaľukevič 15 June 2008 Russia Zhukovsky, Russia
Shot put 20.87 m Milan Haborák 23 May 2004 Czech Republic Turnov, Czech Republic
Discus throw 67.20 m Jaroslav Žitňanský 18 August 2002 Belgium Beveren, Belgium
Hammer throw 81.81 m Libor Charfreitag 29 June 2003 Czech Republic Prague, Czech Republic
Javelin throw 87.66 m Jan Železný 31 May 1987 Czechoslovakia Nitra, Czechoslovakia
Decathlon 7799 pts Peter Sóldos 9–10 June 2001 France Arles, France
11.03 (100 m), 7.22 m (long jump), 15.20 m (shot put), 1.90 m (high jump), 49.27 (400 m) /
14.60 (110 m hurdles), 46.54 m (discus), 4.55 m (pole vault), 57.73 m (javelin), 5:04.01 (1500 m)
20 km walk (road) 1:18:13 Pavol Blažek 16 September 1990 Germany Hildesheim, Germany
50 km walk (road) 3:39:46 Matej Tóth 26 March 2011 30th Dudinska Patdesiatka Slovakia Dudince, Slovakia [3]
4x100 m relay 39.81  Slovakia
Igor Kováč
Marián Vanderka
Ladislav Noskovič
Martin Briňarský
1 July 2000 Slovakia Banská Bystrica, Slovakia
4x400 m relay 3:06.02  Slovakia
Radoslav Holúbek
Marcel Lopuchovský
Boris Vazovan
Štefan Balošák
9 July 2000 Slovakia Banská Bystrica, Slovakia

Women

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 11.29 (+0.6 m/s) Eva Glesková 14 October 1968 Olympic Games Mexico Mexico City, Mexico
200 m 23.06 (+0.8 m/s) Lucia Ivanová 31 May 2003 Czech Republic Prague, Czech Republic
400 m 51.98 Jozefína Čerchlanová 27 July 1974 United Kingdom Edinburgh, United Kingdom
800 m 1:58.37 Gabriela Sedláková 21 August 1987 Internationales Stadionfest West Germany West Berlin, West Germany
1000 m 2:38.72 Lucia Klocová 26 August 2012 Athletics Bridge Slovakia Dubnica nad Váhom, Slovakia [4]
1500 m 4:02.99 Lucia Klocová 8 August 2012 Olympic Games United Kingdom London, United Kingdom [5]
3000 m 8:56.49 Jana Bauckmannová 8 July 1986 Republic of Ireland Cork, Ireland
5000 m 15:43.67 Alena Močáriová 21 June 1988 Poland Grudziądz, Poland
10000 m 32:47.24 Ludmila Melicherová 30 August 1986 European Championships West Germany Stuttgart, West Germany
10 km (road) 33:30 Dana Janečková 3 November 2001 Czech Republic Frydek-Mistek, Czech Republic
15 km (road) 52:58 Alena Močáriová 4 June 2000 Germany Ratekau, Germany
One hour 16154 m Katarína Berešová 12 June 2008 Golden Spike Ostrava Czech Republic Ostrava, Czech Republic [6]
Half marathon 1:12:08 Maria Starovska 5 April 1992 Berlin Half Marathon Germany Berlin, Germany
25 km (road) 1:27:00 Ludmila Melicherová May 1988 Berlin 25K West Germany West Berlin, West Germany
Marathon 2:33:19 Ludmila Melicherová 22 April 1990 Vienna City Marathon Austria Vienna, Austria
100 m hurdles 13.04 (+0.4 m/s) Miriam Bobková 27 August 2007 World Championships Japan Osaka, Japan
400 m hurdles 57.26 Miriam Hrdličková 22 July 2000 Hungary Budapest, Hungary
3000 m steeplechase 10:34.02 Kristína Protičová 29 May 2004 United States Louisville, United States
High jump 1.95 m Alica Javad 29 May 1996 Slovakia Bratislava, Slovakia
Pole vault 4.10 m Slavomíra Sľúková 12 July 2006 Slovenia Novo Mesto, Slovenia
30 June 2007 Hungary Dubnica, Hungary
27 May 2012 ECCC Track and Field Seniors Group B Slovakia Dubnica nad Váhom, Slovakia [7]
Long jump 7.01 m (-0.2 m/s) Eva Murková 26 May 1984 Czechoslovakia Bratislava, Czechoslovakia
Triple jump 14.51 m (+1.3 m/s) Dana Velďáková 11 May 2008 Italy Pavia, Italy
Shot put 16.96 m Gabriela Hanuláková 14 July 1985 Czechoslovakia Bratislava, Czechoslovakia
Discus throw 64.00 m Gabriela Hanuláková 26 August 1984 Czechoslovakia Nitra, Czechoslovakia
Hammer throw 76.90 m Martina Hrašnová 16 May 2009 Slovakia Trnava, Slovakia
Javelin throw 53.07 m Eva Krajčoviec-Hanuliaková 5 June 1999 Italy Pula, Italy
Heptathlon 6046 pts Marcela Podracká 8–9 August 1994 European Championships Finland Helsinki, Finland
14.56 (100 m hurdles), 1.81 m (high jump), 13.58 m (shot put), 25.33 (200 m), 5.76 m (long jump), 50.68 m (javelin), 2:15.85 (800 m)
20 km walk (road) 1:32:14 Zuzana Malíková 9 August 2006 European Championships Sweden Gothenburg, Sweden
4x100 m relay 45.99  Slovakia
Janka Halková
Lucia Ivanová
Miriam Bobková
Anna Záhumenská
1 June 2002 Slovenia Ljubljana, Slovenia
4x400 m relay 3:38.12  Slovakia
Sylvia Máčalová
Barbora Bronišová
Lucia Klocová
Miriam Hrdličková
22 June 2003 Slovenia Velenje, Slovenia

Indoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
60 m 6.65 Luboš Chochlík 31 January 1987 Czechoslovakia Jablonec, Czechoslovakia
200 m 21.13 Martin Brinarský 1 March 2002 European Championships Austria Vienna, Austria
400 m 46.65 Dušan Malovec 6 March 1983 European Championships Hungary Budapest, Hungary
800 m 1:47.06 Josef Repcik 16 February 2008 AVIVA Indoor Grand Prix United Kingdom Birmingham, United Kingdom
1500 m 3:42.5 Jozef Lencés 2 March 1977 Czechoslovakia Bratislava, Czechoslovakia
3000 m 7:54.59 Miroslav Vanko 17 February 2000 GE Galan Sweden Stockholm, Sweden
5000 m 13:54.39 Miroslav Vanko 14 February 1999 Aviva Indoor Grand Prix United Kingdom Birmingham, United Kingdom
60 m hurdles 7.55 Igor Kováč 20 February 1999 Czech Republic Prague, Czech Republic
High jump 2.32 m Róbert Ruffíni 26 February 1988 West Germany West Berlin, West Germany
7 March 1990 Greece Piraeus, Greece
Pole vault 5.30 m Rudolf Haraksim 21 February 2004 Czech Republic Prague, Czech Republic
Long jump 7.80 m Jaroslav Dobrovodský 20 February 2011 Slovak Championships Slovakia Bratislava, Slovakia [8][9]
Triple jump 17.19 m Dmitrij Valukevic 29 January 2006 Slovakia Bratislava, Slovakia
Shot put 21.57 m Mikuláš Konopka 2 March 2007 European Championships United Kingdom Birmingham, United Kingdom
Heptathlon 5712 pts Slaven Dizdarević 7-8 February 2009 Czech Republic Prague, Czech Republic
7.00 (60 m), 7.12 m (long jump), 14.86 m (shot put), 1.93 m (high jump) / 7.94 (60 m hurdles), 4.40 m (pole vault), 2:52.58 (1000 m)
3000 m walk 10:57.32 Matej Toth 12 February 2011 ASVÖ Vienna Indoor Gala Austria Vienna, Austria [10][11]
5000 m walk 18:27.80 Jozef Pribilinec 7 March 1987 World Championships United States Indianapolis, United States
4x400 m relay 3:15.90 Spartak Dubnica
Juraj Mokrás
Peter Hort
Jozef Repcik
Peter Znava
24 February 2008 Slovakia Bratislava, Slovakia

Women

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
60 m 7.21 Eva Murková 9 February 1985 Czechoslovakia Jablonec, Czechoslovakia
200 m 23.47 Lucia Ivanová 14 March 2003 World Championships United Kingdom Birmingham, United Kingdom [12]
400 m 54.69 Miriam Hrdličková 17 February 2001 Slovakia Bratislava, Slovakia
800 m 2:01.85 Gabriela Sedláková 7 March 1987 World Championships United States Indianapolis, United States
1500 m 4:19.49 Andrea Sollárová 1 February 1992 Austria Vienna, Austria
4:16.2 x February 1992 Slovakia Bratislava, Slovakia
3000 m 9:19.17 Ludmila Melicherová 3 March 1985 European Championships Greece Piraeus, Greece
9:15.66 OT 7 February 1987 Czechoslovakia Jablonec, Czechoslovakia
60 m hurdles 8.04 Miriam Bobková 10 February 2008 BW-Bank Meeting Germany Karlsruhe, Germany
High jump 1.96 m Mária Melová 12 February 1997 Slovakia Banská Bystrica, Slovakia
27 February 1999 Germany Otterberg, Germany
Pole vault 4.12 m Slavomira Slúková 2 February 2008 Hungary Budapest, Hungary
Long jump 6.99 m Eva Murková 2 March 1985 European Championships Greece Piraeus, Greece
Triple jump 14.40 m Dana Veldáková 8 March 2009 European Championships Italy Turin, Italy
Shot put 15.79 m Gabriela Hanuláková 22 February 1984 Czechoslovakia Bratislava, Czechoslovakia
Pentathlon 4307 pts Marcela Podracká 24 February 1990 Czechoslovakia Prague, Czechoslovakia
8.86 (60 m hurdles), 1.80 m (high jump), 12.36 m (shot put), 6.13 m (long jump), 2:20.68 (800 m)
3000 m walk 12:34.31 Zuzana Zemková 5 February 1993 Hungary Budapest, Hungary
4x400 m relay 4:01.07 Spartak Dubnica
Veronika Veselá
Dominika Bodnárová
Andrea Holleyová
Lucia Slaničková
25 February 2007 Slovakia Bratislava, Slovakia

x = mixed competition
ht = hand timed
OT = oversized track

References

External links

  • SAZ web site
  • Slovak Athletics Records
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