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Women's hammer throw world record progression

The first World Record in the hammer throw for women (athletics) was recognised by the International Association of Athletics Federations in 1994.

To June 7, 2010, the IAAF has ratified 19 world records in the event.[1]

Record Progression

Mark Athlete Date Location Ref
66.84  Olga Kuzenkova (RUS) 23 February 1994 Adler, Russia [1]
66.86  Mihaela Melinte (ROM) 4 March 1995 Bucharest, Romania [1]
67.00  Olga Kuzenkova (RUS) 24 May 1995 Moscow, Russia [1]
68.14  Olga Kuzenkova (RUS) 5 June 1995 Moscow, Russia [1]
68.16  Olga Kuzenkova (RUS) 5 June 1995 Moscow, Russia [1]
69.42  Mihaela Melinte (ROM) 12 May 1996 Bucharest, Romania [1]
69.58  Mihaela Melinte (ROM) 8 March 1997 Bucharest, Romania [1]
71.22  Olga Kuzenkova (RUS) 22 June 1997 Munich, Germany [1]
73.10  Olga Kuzenkova (RUS) 22 June 1997 Munich, Germany [1]
73.14  Mihaela Melinte (ROM) 16 July 1998 Poiana Brasov, Romania [1]
75.29  Mihaela Melinte (ROM) 13 May 1999 Clermont-Ferrand, France [1]
75.97  Mihaela Melinte (ROM) 13 May 1999 Clermont-Ferrand, France [1]
76.05  Mihaela Melinte (ROM) 29 August 1999 Rüdlingen, Switzerland [1]
76.07  Mihaela Melinte (ROM) 29 August 1999 Rüdlingen, Switzerland [1]
77.06  Tatyana Lysenko (RUS) 15 July 2005 Moscow, Russia [1]
77.26  Gulfiya Khanafeyeva (RUS) 12 June 2006 Tula, Russia [1]
77.41  Tatyana Lysenko (RUS) 24 June 2006 Zhukovsky, Russia [1]
77.80  Tatyana Lysenko (RUS) 15 August 2006 Tallinn, Estonia [1]
77.96  Anita Włodarczyk (POL) 22 August 2009 Berlin, Germany [2]
78.30  Anita Włodarczyk (POL) 6 June 2010 Bydgoszcz, Poland [3]
79.42  Betty Heidler (GER) 21 May 2011 Halle/Saale, Germany [4][5][6]

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