Athletics in Germany

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Athletics in Germany is governed by Deutscher Leichtathletik-Verband founded on 29 January 1898.[1]

All-time top lists[edit]

The lists are updated to 22 February 2013,[2][3][4] and regards to the 21 individuals Olympic specialities. For high jump, pole vault, long jump, triple jump and shot put performance also affects indoor competitions (measures are identified by (i) in the tables).

     Performance achieved in the current year.

100 metres[edit]

Men
# Athlete Born Performance Venue Date
1 Julian Reus 1988 10.05 Germany Ulm 26 July 2014
2 Frank Emmelmann (GDR) 1961 10.06 East Germany Berlin 22 September 1985
3 Thomas Schröder (GDR) 1962 10.10 East Germany Jena 27 June 1986
4 Sven Matthes (GDR) 1969 10.11 Finland Helsinki 13 August 1977
5 Eugen Ray (GDR) 1957 10.12 East Germany Jena 27 June 1986
6 Marc Blume 1973 10.13 Germany Nürnberg 7 June 1996
Steffen Bringmann (GDR) 1964 10.13 East Germany Jena 27 June 1986
8 Tobias Unger 1979 10.14 East Germany Mannheim 3 July 2010
Alexander Kosenkow 1977 10.14 Germany Leverkusen 3 August 2003
10 Christian Haas (FRG) 1958 10.14 West Germany Bremen 24 June 1983
Women
# Athlete Born Performance Venue Date
1 Marlies Göhr (GDR) 1958 10.81 East Germany Berlin 8 August 1983
2 Marita Koch (GDR) 1957 10.83 East Germany Berlin 8 August 1983
3 Silke Möller (GDR) 1964 10.86 East Germany Potsdam 20 August 1987
4 Katrin Krabbe (GDR) 1969 10.89 East Germany Berlin 20 July 1988
5 Heike Drechsler (GDR) 1964 10.91 Soviet Union Moscow 6 July 1986
6 Bärbel Wöckel (GDR) 1955 10.95 East Germany Dresden 1 July 1982
7 Annegret Richter (FRG) 1950 11.01 Canada Montreal 25 July 1976
8 Romy Müller (GDR) 1958 11.02 East Germany Dresden 24 May 1980
9 Monika Hamann (GDR) 1954 11.03 East Germany Dresden 1 July 1977
10 Melanie Paschke 1970 11.04 Germany Bremen 30 June 1995
Ingrid Auerswald (GDR) 1957 11.04 Switzerland Zürich 22 August 1984
Inge Helten (FRG) 1950 11.04 West Germany Fürth 13 June 1976

200 metres[edit]

Men
# Athlete Born Performance Venue Date
1 Tobias Unger 1979 20.20 Germany Bochum 03.7.2005
2 Frank Emmelmann (GDR) 1961 20.23 Soviet Union Moscow 18.8.1985
3 Aleixo-Platini Menga 1987 20.33 Germany Mannheim 09.06.2012
4 Sebastian Ernst 1984 20.37 Greece Athens 24.8.2004
Eugen Ray (GDR) 1957 20.37 East Germany Dresden 07.8.1977
Jürgen Evers (FRG) 1965 20.37 Austria Schwechat 28.8.1983
Till Helmke 1984 20.37 Germany Wetzlar 28.7.2007
8 Ralf Lübke (FRG) 1965 20.38 West Germany Stuttgart 04.8.1985
9 Bernhard Hoff (GDR) 1959 20.39 East Germany Cottbus 18.7.1980
10 Robert Hering 1990 20.41 Germany Ulm 05.7.2009
Women
# Athlete Born Performance Venue Date
1 Heike Drechsler (GDR) 1964 21.71 East Germany Jena 27 June 1986
Marita Koch (GDR) 1957 21.71 East Germany Karl-Marx-Stadt 10 June 1979
3 Marlies Göhr (GDR) 1958 21.74 East Germany Erfurt 3 June 1984
Silke Möller (GDR) 1964 21.74 Italy Rome 3 September 1987
5 Bärbel Wöckel (GDR) 1955 21.85 East Germany Potsdam 21 July 1984
6 Katrin Krabbe (GDR) 1969 21.95 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Split 30 August 1990
7 Gesine Walther (GDR) 1962 22.24 East Germany Dresden 3 July 1982
8 Andrea Philipp 1971 22.25 Spain Sevilla 25 August 1999
9 Silke Knoll (GDR) 1967 22.29 Germany Ingolstadt 19 July 1992
10 Kerstin Behrendt (GDR) 1967 22.36 East Germany Karl-Marx-Stadt 12 June 1988

Pole vault[edit]

Men
# Athlete Born Performance Venue Date
1 Björn Otto 1977 6.01 m Germany Aachen 5 September 2012
Danny Ecker 1977 6.01 m (i) Germany Dortmund 11 February 2001
3 Tim Lobinger 1972 6.00 m Germany Cologne 24 August 1997
4 Michael Stolle 1974 5.95 m Germany Munich 18 August 2000
Andrej Tiwontschik 1970 5.95 m Germany Cologne 16 August 1996
6 Raphael Holzdeppe 1989 5.91 m United Kingdom London 10 August 2012
Malte Mohr 1986 5.91 m Germany Ingolstadt 22 June 2012
8 Lars Börgeling 1977 5.85 m Germany Leverkusen 27 July 2002
Richard Spiegelburg 1977 5.85 m Germany Stuttgart 30 June 2001
10 Fabian Schulze 1984 5.83 m (i) Germany Stuttgart 3 February 2007
Women
# Athlete Born Performance Venue Date
1 Silke Spiegelburg 1986 4.82 m Germany Munich 20 July 2012
2 Martina Strutz 1981 4.80 m South Korea Daegu 30 August 2011
3 Annika Becker 1981 4.77 m Germany Bochum 7 July 2002
4 Carolin Hingst 1980 4.72 m Germany Birenbach 9 July 2010
5 Yvonne Buschbaum[5] 1980 4.70 m Germany Ulm 29 June 2003
6 Anna Battke 1980 4.68 m Germany Berlin 14 June 2009
7 Kristina Gadschiew 1984 4.66 m (i) Germany Potsdam 18 February 2011
Christine Adams 1974 4.66 m (i) Germany Sindelfingen 10 March 2002
9 Lisa Ryzih 1988 4.64 m Spain Barcelona 30 July 2010
10 Anastasija Reiberger 1977 4.63 m Germany Nürnberg 29 July 2006

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "DLV - Museum" (in German). deutscher-leichtathletik-verband.de. Retrieved 23 February 2013. 
  2. ^ "„Ewige“ Bestenliste der deutschen Leichtathletik". leichtathletik.de. 27 September 2012. Retrieved 24 February 2013. 
  3. ^ "National Lists of Germany (Men)". apulanta.fi. Retrieved 24 February 2013. 
  4. ^ "Track and Field all-time". alltime-athletics.com. Retrieved 24 February 2013. 
  5. ^ Now she has become a man, and is called Balian Buschbaum.

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