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Zambian records in athletics

The following are the national records in athletics in Zambia maintained by Zambian's Amateur Athletic Association (ZAAA).

Outdoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 10.06 (+1.3 m/s) Gerald Phiri 9 April 2011 Texas Relays United States Austin, United States [1][2]
200 m 20.29 A (+0.7 m/s) Gerald Phiri 18 May 2008 United States Boulder, United States
400 m 44.88 Samuel Matete 9 September 1991 Rieti Grand Prix Italy Rieti, Italy
800 m 1:46.14 Prince Mumba 1 July 2011 Harry Jerome Classic Canada Burnaby, Canada [3][4]
1500 m 3:44.14 Jordan Chipangama 20 April 2012 Mt. SAC Relays United States Walnut, United States [5]
3000 m 7:49.51 Tony Wamulwa 6 June 2008 Italy Turin, Italy
5000 m 13:25.25 Obed Mutanya 18 August 2001 Spain San Sebastian, Spain
10000 m 28:00.33 Charles Mulinga 14 April 1995 Mt. SAC Relays United States Walnut, United States
10 km (road) 28:40 Fackson Nkandu 16 November 1996 South Africa Durban, South Africa
15 km (road) 43:39 Tony Wamulwa 31 December 2008 Angola Luanda, Angola
Half marathon 1:01:30 Fackson Nkandu 24 September 1994 World Half Marathon Championships Norway Oslo, Norway
Marathon 2:15:11 Sebio Sikanyka 13 October 1991 Eindhoven Marathon Netherlands Eindhoven, Netherlands
110 m hurdles 14.50 Davison Lishebo 22 July 1979 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
400 m hurdles 47.10 Samuel Matete 7 August 1991 Weltklasse Zürich Switzerland Zurich, Switzerland
3000 m steeplechase 8:25.49 Godfrey Siamusiye 16 July 1995 United Kingdom Birmingham, United Kingdom
High jump 2.05 m Mutale Mulenga 10 August 1984 Olympic Games United States Los Angeles, United States
2.06 m # Shaddye Melu 11 May 2013 WAC Championships United States Arlington, United States [6]
Pole vault 3.74 m Geffory Chongo 8 June 1960 Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland Lusaka, Rhodesia and Nyasaland
Long jump 7.63 m Bogger Mushanga 28 May 1976 Tanzania Zanzibar City, Tanzania
Triple jump 15.54 m Bogger Mushanga 22 July 1978 All-Africa Games Algeria Algiers, Algeria
Shot put 13.73 m Vincent Kaposa 1998 Zambia Kabwe, Zambia
Discus throw 43.42 m Aron Chiponda 17 October 2009 Zambia Luanshya, Zambia
Hammer throw 35.70 m Ivrine Gary 24 July 1976 Zambia Luanshya, Zambia
Javelin throw 58.30 m Msama Mpundu 17 October 2009 Zambia Luanshya, Zambia
Decathlon 5443 pts (ht) Samson Mubangalala 2–3 December 1972 Tanzania Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
12.2 (100 m), 5.79 m (long jump), 9.95 m (shot put), 1.76 m (high jump), 55.9 (400 m) /
16.9 (110 m hurdles), 31.95 m (discus), 2.84 m (pole vault), 51.04 m (javelin), 4:42.6 (1500 m)
5601 pts # [7] Samson Mubangalala 12–13 May 1973 Zambia Lusaka, Zambia
(100 m), (long jump), (shot put), (high jump), (400 m) /
(110 m hurdles), (discus), (pole vault), (javelin), (1500 m)
20 km walk (road) 2:06:11 Feston Bwalya 1 June 1991 World Race Walking Cup United States San Jose, United States
50 km walk (road)
4x100 m relay 40.94  Zambia
Jack Ng'umbi
Saviour Kombe
Titus Kafounda
Richard Chitambi
29 July 2010 African Championships Kenya Nairobi, Kenya [8]
4x400 m relay 3:08.11  Zambia
Samuel Matete
Enock Musonda
Douglas Kalembo
Jonathan Chipalo
1 September 1988 African Championships Algeria Annaba, Algeria

Women

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 11.71 Racheal Nachula 11 April 2008 Namibia Windhoek, Namibia
200 m 23.41 Racheal Nachula 9 December 2008 South Africa Potchefstroom, South Africa
400 m 51.39 Racheal Nachula 2 May 2008 African Championships Ethiopia Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
800 m 2:05.57 Elizet Banda 16 August 2006 World Junior Championships China Beijing, PR China
1500 m 4:16.8 Evelyn Musonda 18 August 1990 Zambia Luanshya, Zambia
3000 m 9:40.8+ Mirriam Kaumba 7 April 2005 United States Austin, United States
5000 m 15:47.58 Mirian Kaumba 1 May 2005 Payton Jordan Stanford Invitational United States Palo Alto, United States
10000 m 34:46.4 Mirian Kaumba 16 April 2005 United States Wichita, United States
15 km (road) 52:21 Elizet Banda 31 December 2008 Angola Luanda, Angola
Half marathon 1:19:07 Elizet Banda 11 October 2009 World Half Marathon Championships United Kingdom Birmingham, United Kingdom [9]
Marathon 3:08:39 Lizzie Chansa 4 December 2005 Singapore Marathon Singapore Singapore
100 m hurdles 19.51 Rabecca Chisanga 7 May 2005 Namibia Windhoek, Namibia
400 m hurdles 1:10.65 Exildah Bunda 20 October 1995 Namibia Windhoek, Namibia
3000 m steeplechase
High jump 1.70 m Caromella Mumbi 29 May 1976 Tanzania Zanzibar City, Tanzania
Pole vault
Long jump 5.89 m Caromella Mumbi 28 May 1976 Tanzania Zanzibar City, Tanzania
Triple jump 11.06 m Victoria Mwase 29 September 1991 Zambia Kabwe, Zambia
Shot put 11.70 m Hildah Ndeke 11 July 1987 Zimbabwe Harare, Zimbabwe
Discus throw 36.30 m Mary Kangwa 17 May 1992 Zambia Kitwe, Zambia
Hammer throw
Javelin throw 50.55 m Miriam Mukulama 20 July 2007 All-Africa Games Algeria Algiers, Algeria
Heptathlon 3125 pts (ht) Carol Muwowo 26–27 August 1989 Zambia Luanshya, Zambia
(100 m hurdles), (high jump), (shot put), (200 m) / (long jump), (javelin), (800 m)
20 km walk (road)
4x100 m relay 47.08  Zambia
Ausa Mwendachabe
S. Munthali
Lilian Bwalya
Barbara Witola
8 August 1987 All-Africa Games Kenya Nairobi, Kenya
4x400 m relay 3:43.56  Zambia 11 December 2008 South Africa Potchefstroom, South Africa

Indoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
60 m 6.59 Gerald Phiri 31 January 2009 Texas A&M Showdown: SEC vs. Big 12 United States College Station, United States
13 March 2009 NCAA Division I Championships
29 January 2011 Texas A&M Challenge [10]
12 February 2011 Texas A&M Conference Challenge [11]
11 February 2012 USATF Classic United States Fayetteville, United States [12]
200 m 20.80 Gerald Phiri 22 January 2011 Texas A&M vs LSU Dual United States College Station, United States [13]
400 m 46.83 Samuel Matete 7 March 1998 United States Indianapolis, United States
800 m 1:47.73 Prince Mumba 2 March 2007 Arkansas Last Chance United States Fayetteville, United States
1:47.19 OT Prince Mumba 11 February 2006 United States Ames, United States
1500 m 3:46.01 Jordan Chipangama 10 March 2006 World Championships Russia Moscow, Russia [14]
3000 m 7:57.21 Obed Mutanya 10 March 2007 NCAA Division I Championships United States Fayetteville, United States
7:55.24 OT 24 February 2007 United States Seattle, United States
5000 m 13:50.49 Godfrey Siamusiye 8 March 1996 United States Indianapolis, United States
60 m hurdles 8.4 Davison Lishebo 13 March 1976 United Kingdom Cosford, United Kingdom
High jump 1.96 m Mutale Mulenga 21 March 1986 United Kingdom Cosford, United Kingdom
2.03 m # Shaddye Melu 9 February 2013 Husky Classic United States Seattle, United States [15]
Pole vault
Long jump
Triple jump
Shot put
Heptathlon
(60 m), (long jump), (shot put), (high jump) / (60 m hurdles), (pole vault), (1000 m)
5000 m walk
4x400 m relay

Women

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
60 m 8.19 Chauzje Choosha 10 March 2012 World Championships Turkey Istanbul, Turkey [16]
200 m 27.32 Kinah Chikontwe 4 March 1989 World Championships Hungary Budapest, Hungary
400 m 53.30 Racheal Nachula 8 March 2008 World Championships Spain Valencia, Spain [17]
800 m 2:08.24 Adeh Mwamba 12 March 2005 United States Boston, United States
1500 m
Mile 4:44:89+ Miriam Kaumba 17 February 2006 United States Lincoln, United States
3000 m 9:15:43 Miriam Kaumba 17 February 2006 United States Lincoln, United States
5000 m 16:20.97 Miriam Kaumba March 2005 United States Johnson City, United States
60 m hurdles
High jump
Pole vault
Long jump
Triple jump
Shot put
Pentathlon
(60 m hurdles), (high jump), (shot put), (long jump), (800 m)
3000 m walk
4x400 m relay

OT = oversized track
# = record awaiting ratification

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