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Macedonian records in athletics

The following are the national records in athletics in the Republic of Macedonia maintained by its national athletics federation: Atletska Federacija na Makedonija (AFM).

Outdoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 10.61 (+1.5 m/s) Riste Pandev 15 June 2013 Bulgaria Pravets, Bulgaria
10.5 (ht) Naum Mitrevski 13 June 2003 Republic of Macedonia Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
200 m 21.80 (0.0 m/s) Ismail Macev 29 May 1983 Hungary Debrecen, Hungary
21.5 (ht) 28 June 1981 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Skopje, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
300 m 35.88 Dalibor Spassovki 16 September 2007 Republic of Macedonia Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
33.7 (ht) Laso Miloscheski 1950 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Maribor, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
400 m 46.27 Ismail Macev 13 September 1983 Egypt Casablanca, Egypt
800 m 1:47.14 Vanco Stojanov 10 May 2002 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
1000 m 2:32.08 Vanco Stojanov 25 April 1998 Republic of Macedonia Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
2:26.8 (ht) 16 April 1995 Republic of Macedonia Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
1500 m 3:48.50 Vanco Stojanov 15 July 2000 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
3:46.6 (ht) Sotir Gavrilovski 27 June 1970 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Belgrade, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
2000 m 5:21.81 Vanco Stojanov 19 April 1997 Republic of Macedonia Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
3000 m 8:35.55 Kirce Michailov 31 May 1998 Republic of Macedonia Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
8:18.7 (ht) Jonuz Jonuzi 19 September 1992 Republic of Macedonia Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
5000 m 14:06.52 Stevce Georgijevski 7 August 1982 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Maribor, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
10000 m 31:26.55 Trpe Martinovski 27 June 1997 Greece Athens, Greece
30:25.1 (ht) Milan Madzgalj 28 June 1980 Soviet Union Vilnius, Soviet Union
30:11.8 (ht) # [1] Milan Madzgalj 16 May 1981 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Skopje, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
15000 m (track) 48:06.3 (ht) Gorgi Buckov 19 March 1973 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Skopje, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
One hour 17241 m+ Lubischa Trboevski 1967 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Skopje, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
20000 m (track) 1:09:28.6 (ht) Lubischa Trboevski 1967 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Skopje, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
Marathon 2:25:06 Trpe Martinovski 17 September 2000 Serbia Novi Sad, Serbia
110 m hurdles 14.46 Robert Kosev 21 July 1993 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
14.3 (ht) Robert Kosev 25 May 1991 Republic of Macedonia Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
200 m hurdles 27.4 (ht) Becko Brajevik 1966 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Skopje, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
300 m hurdles 39.37 Vasil Bacovski 1980 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ohrid, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
39.3 (ht) 1980 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ohrid, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
400 m hurdles 55.11 Branko Ilievski 5 June 1980 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zagreb, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
2000 m steeplechase 6:47.92 Trpe Martinovski 1983 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Maribor, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
6:16.4 (ht) Hechat Aliu 1975 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Belgrade, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
3000 m steeplechase 9:10.4 Gorgi Vuckov 12 September 1971 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Belgrade, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
High jump 2.10 m Redzhep Selman 5 July 2003 Bulgaria Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Pole vault 3.90 m Vladimir Karer 15 August 1968 Italy Livorno, Italy
Long jump 7.15 m Zoran Tasevski 15 May 1976 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Skopje, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
Toni Damcevski 23 May 1995 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
Triple jump 15.46 m Redzhep Selman 22 June 2008 Slovakia Banská Bystrica, Slovakia
Shot put 16.66 m # Vasil Haidov 8 June 2002 Republic of Macedonia Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
16.01 m Saso Ilov 26 June 1998 Republic of Macedonia Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
Discus throw 50.62 m # Ilijan Manolev 26 April 1997 Republic of Macedonia Ohrid, Republic of Macedonia
49.73 m 28 August 1998 Republic of Macedonia Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
Hammer throw 47.82 m Ilija Spasovski 14 July 1971 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Novi Sad, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
Javelin throw 76.50 m Dejan Angelovski 15 July 2002 Republic of Macedonia Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
Decathlon 5896 pts Goran Ackovski 4–5 June 1988 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Belgrade, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
11.80 (100 m), 6.45 m (long jump), 12.09 m (shot put), 1.70 m (high jump), 52.65 (400 m) /
17.55 (110 m hurdles), 30.70 m (discus), 2.83 m (pole vault), 59.08 m (javelin), 4:56.57 (1500 m)
5000 m (track) 26:33.4 (ht) Zoran Malinov 1977 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Skopje, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
10000 m (track) 56:10.4 (ht) Zoran Malinov 1977 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Skopje, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
20 km walk (road)
50 km walk (road)
4×100 m relay 42.7 (ht)  SR Macedonia
G. Cadikovski
D. Koevski
Zoran Tasevski
T. Blagoev
17 September 1975 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Skopje, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
42.8 (ht) # AK Bardar
Ciljanovski
Pijakovski
Angelovski
Sokol Sacevski
1985 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Skopje, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
42.88  SR Macedonia
Kotevski
Pijakovski
Zihanska
Sokol Sacevski
5 June 1980 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zagreb, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
4×200 m relay 1:35.0 AK Rabotnicki
Blagoev
Bangelov
Gorubinski
Cadikovski
1969 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Skopje, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
4×400 m relay 3:22.81  SR Macedonia
Pijakovski
Kotevski
Z. Todorovski
Sokol Sacevski
26 August 1984 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Sarajevo, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
3:17.9 (ht)  SR Macedonia
Sokol Sacevski
Branko Ilievski
A. Bojadjiev
Z. Todorovski
6 July 1980 Bulgaria Kralevo, Bulgaria

Women

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 11.74 Aleksandra Vojneska 3 July 2004 Turkey Istanbul, Turkey
11.6 (ht) Vera Veljanovska 28 July 1973 Romania Bucharest, Romania
200 m 23.75 # Aleksandra Vojneska 27 June 2004 Republic of Macedonia Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
24.06 Vera Veljanovska 3 August 1974 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
300 m 42.04 Schaneta Drnkovska 1989 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ljubljana, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
39.1 (ht) Elizabeta Bozinovska 1980 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Skopje, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
400 m 53.77 Elizabeta Bozinovska 14 June 1983 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Nova Gorica, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
600 m 1:35.70 Schaneta Drnkovska 2 July 1989 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ljubljana, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
800 m 2:09.8 (ht) Elizabeta Bozinovska 17 May 1981 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Skopje, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
2:12.87 Daniela Kuleska 30 June 2001 Republic of Macedonia Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
1000 m 2:54.72 Daniela Kuleska 17 July 1999 Republic of Macedonia Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
1500 m 4:24.90 Daniela Kuleska 17 July 2003 European U23 Championships Poland Bydgoszcz, Poland
2000 m 6:06.8 Daniela Kuleska 8 July 2004 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
3000 m 9:49.83 Daniela Kuleska 12 July 2003 Greece Thebes, Greece
5000 m 18:36.46 Katerina Dimeska 1 July 2000 Greece Kavala, Greece
10000 m 41:10.28 Vesna Kiradjieva 24 May 2013 Serbian Championships Serbia Užice, Serbia [2]
10 km (road) 41:32+ Vesna Kiradjieva 7 April 2013 Berlin Half Marathon Germany Berlin, Germany [3]
Half marathon 1:28:50 Vesna Kiradjieva 7 April 2013 Berlin Half Marathon Germany Berlin, Germany [4]
Marathon 3:14:27 Tanja Veljanovska 30 October 2011 Podgorica Marathon Montenegro Podgorica, Montenegro [5]
100 m hurdles 13.36 (+1.0 m/s) Elisabeta Pavlovska 24 May 1994 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
400 m hurdles 1:01.49 # Verica Dimitrovska 6 July 2002 Republic of Macedonia Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
1:02.52 Verica Dimitrovska 22 June 2002 Serbia and Montenegro Belgrade, F.R. Yugoslavia
3000 m steeplechase 12:19.78 Aleksandra Mitreska 19 June 2010 European Team Championships Third League Malta Marsa, Malta
High jump 1.72 m Marina Mihajlova 23 September 1987 Mediterranean Games Syria Latakia, Syria
Pole vault
Long jump 6.17 m Marina Mihajlova 5 October 1987 Serbia and Montenegro Skopje, F.R. Yugoslavia
Triple jump 12.25 m Vasilka Stojcevska 25 May 1991 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Skopje, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
Shot put 14.49 m Vesna Chadikovska 8 July 2001 Greece Trikala, Greece
Discus throw 38.20 m Lila Petrusevska 9 June 1990 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Skopje, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
Hammer throw 45.91 m Vesna Chadikovska 6 May 2001 United States Columbus, United States
Javelin throw 45.04 m Vesna Chadikovska 21 May 1999 United States Mount Pleasant, United States
Heptathlon 5676 pts Marina Mihajlova 23–24 September 1987 Mediterranean Games Syria Latakia, Syria
14.49 (100 m hurdles), 1.72 m (high jump), 11.47 m (shot put), 25.40 (200 m) / 6.03 m (long jump), 40.62 m (javelin), 2:16.42 (800 m)
20 km walk (road)
4x100 m relay 47.97  Macedonia
Aleksandra Vojneska
Verica Dimitrovska
A. Matevska
B. Jovanovska
7 July 2001 Greece Trikala, Greece
4x200 m relay 1:53.61 AK 3rd November
Risteska
Stankoska
Trendafiloska
Slaseska
20 May 2006 Serbia Beleš, Serbia
4x400 m relay 3:54.61  Macedonia
Ivana Josifovska
K. Dudic
A. Matevska
V. Blazevska
15 September 2002 Turkey Istanbul, Turkey

Indoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
60 m 6.91 Hristo Hristov 23 February 2002 Greece Piraeus, Greece
Naum Mitreski 7 February 2004 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
6.8 (ht) Zoran Tacevski 29 January 1969 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
200 m 22.89 Hristo Hristov 23 February 2002 Greece Piraeus, Greece
400 m 47.49 Ismail Macev 1987 Hungary ? , Hungary
48.90 Vanco Stojanov 15 February 2003 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
800 m 1:49.36 Vanco Stojanov 2 February 2003 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
1500 m 3:51.13 Vanco Stojanov 22 February 1997 Greece Piraeus, Greece
3000 m 8:36.13 Trpe Martinovski 5 February 1994 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
60 m hurdles 8.41 Robert Kosev 8 February 1993 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
High jump 2.05 m Blagojce Blazevski 4 February 1995 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
Redzhep Selman 12 February 2005 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
Pole vault 3.60 m Vladimir Karer 23 February 1969 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Belgrade, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
Long jump 7.13 m Toni Damcevski 4 February 1995 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
Triple jump 15.16 m Branko Stojanovski 18 February 1974 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
Shot put 15.24 m Dejan Angelovski 28 February 2004 Athina Greece Athens, Greece
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 7.71 # Marina Mihajlova-Damcevska 11 February 1995 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
7.74 Ivana Rozman 31 January 2009 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
7.3 Vera Veljanovska 9 February 1974 Romania Bucharest, Romania
200 m 25.42 Marina Mihajlova-Damcevska 4 February 1995 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
400 m 57.82 Elizabeta Bozinovska 2 February 1983 Italy Genoa, Italy
800 m 2:13.16 Marina Mihajlova-Damcevska 21 February 1988 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
1500 m 4:34.02 # Daniela Kuleska 29 January 2000 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
4:37.10 7 February 2004 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
3000 m 10:02.16 Daniela Kuleska 8 February 2004 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
60 m hurdles 8.40 Marina Mihajlova-Damcevska 4 February 1995 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
High jump 1.70 m Irena Temova 28 January 2007 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
Pole vault
Long jump 5.74 m Marina Mihajlova-Damcevska 23 January 1986 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Celje, S.F.R. Yugoslavia
Triple jump
Shot put 14.33 m Vesna Cadikovska 26 January 2002 United States Ann Arbor, United States
Pentathlon 3815 pts Marina Mihajlova-Damcevska 28 February 1988 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
9.33 (60 m hurdles), 1.65 m (high jump), 11.51 m (shot put), 5.73 m (long jump), 2:23.16 (800 m)
3000 m walk
4x400 m relay

ht = hand timing
# = not officially ratified by IAAF

References


External links

  • AFM web site
  • Macedonian Athletics Records - Men Outdoor
  • Macedonian Athletics Records - Women Outdoor
  • Macedonian Athletics Records - Men Indoor
  • Macedonian Athletics Records - Women Indoor

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