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Women's 10 kilometres walk world record progression

The following table shows the World Record Progression in the Women's 10 km Walk, as recognised by the IAAF.

World Record Progression

Time Athlete Date Place
58:14  Albertine Regel (FRA) 1926-11-11 Paris, France
56:26  Margit Lindström (SWE) 1934-10-07 Stockholm, Sweden
53:17  Sandrah Holm (SWE) 1935-05-19 Uppsala, Sweden
52:56  Birgit Frisk (SWE) 1942-06-21 Almunge, Sweden
51:14  May Holmén (SWE) 1942-08-09 Mariestad, Sweden
51:11  Stina Lindberg (SWE) 1942-08-23 Gävle, Sweden
51:01  Margareta Simu (SWE) 1972-06-24 Äppelbo, Sweden
49:04  Margareta Simu (SWE) 1976-06-22 Äppelbo, Sweden
48:53  Margareta Simu (SWE) 1978-06-25 Äppelbo, Sweden
48:40  Thorill Gylder (NOR) 1978-09-16 Søfteland, Norway
47:24  Thorill Gylder (NOR) 1979-09-15 Valer, Norway
46:28  Sue Orr (AUS) 1980-05-11 Moss, Norway
45:38  Sally Pierson (AUS) 1982-05-08 Melbourne, Australia
45:32  Susan Cook (AUS) 1982-06-10 Canberra, Australia
45:14  Young Juxu (CHN) 1983-09-24 Bergen, Norway
44:52  Olga Krishtop (URS) 1984-08-05 Penza, Soviet Union
44:14  Yan Hong (CHN) 1985-03-16 Jian, PR China
43:22  Olga Krishtop (URS) 1987-05-03 New York, USA
42:52  Kerry Saxby (AUS) 1987-05-04 Melbourne, Australia
41:30  Kerry Saxby (AUS) 1988-08-27 Canberra, Australia
41:29  Larisa Ramazanova (RUS) 1995-06-04 Izhevsk, Russia
41:04  Yelena Nikolayeva (RUS) 1996-04-20 Sochi, Russia

See also

References

  • Athletix
  • IOC-site
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