Records in athletics for Georgia (country)

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The following are the national records in athletics in Georgia maintained by the Athletic Federation of Georgia.

Outdoor[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 10.35 (+1.5 m/s) Besik Gotsiridze 22 May 1987 Soviet Union Tsakhkadzor, Soviet Union
200 m 20.59 (-1.1 m/s) Besik Gotsiridze 15 August 1987 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
400 m 45.86 Alif Aliyev 28 August 1983 Soviet Union Kiev, Soviet Union
800 m 1:49.6 Anatoliy Nekrasov 14 July 1979 Soviet Union Tbilisi, Soviet Union
1500 m 3:42.4 Mikhail Shapovalov 28 July 1979 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
3000 m 7:56.10 Oleg Strizhakov 9 June 1984 Soviet Union Sochi, Soviet Union
5000 m 13:30.88 Oleg Strizhakov 23 June 1984 Soviet Union Kiev, Soviet Union
10000 m 28:16.15 Oleg Strizhakov 25 July 1990 Goodwill Games United States Seattle, United States
Half marathon 1:01:31 Oleg Strizhakov 4 October 1992 France Montbéliard, France
Marathon 2:19:12 Vitaliy Gedevanishvili 24 May 1987 Soviet Union Tbilisi, Soviet Union
110 m hurdles 13.58 (+1.8 m/s) David Ilariani 15 June 2012 Bulgaria Sliven, Bulgaria [1]
400 m hurdles 51.40 Arkadiy Bronnikov 18 May 1986 Soviet Union Sochi, Soviet Union
3000 m steeplechase 8:28.0 Sergey Skripka 11 June 1977 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
High jump 2.26 m Zurab Gogochuri 16 June 2012 Georgia (country) Tbilisi, Georgia
Pole vault 5.30 m Sergey Amosov 17 July 1983 Soviet Union Kharkov, Soviet Union
Long jump 8.12 m (+1.7 m/s) Boleslav Skhirtladze 30 May 2012 Israel Tel Aviv, Israel [2]
Triple jump 17.44 m (-1.0 m/s) Viktor Saneyev 17 October 1972 Soviet Union Sukhumi, Soviet Union
Shot put 20.40 m Tariel Bitsadze 27 May 1989 Soviet Union Sochi, Soviet Union
Discus throw 63.10 m Guram Gudashvili 1 September 1968 Soviet Union Tbilisi, Soviet Union
Hammer throw 78.12 m Iosif Shaverdashvili 29 September 1991 Soviet Union Tbilisi, Soviet Union
Javelin throw 75.48 m Ambrosi Matiashvili 18 July 1990 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
Decathlon 7756 pts (ht) Yuriy Dyachkov 15–16 June 1968 Soviet Union Tbilisi, Soviet Union
10.8 (100 m), 7.40 m (long jump), 15.70 m (shot put), 1.80 m (high jump), 51.2 (400 m) /
14.6 (110 m hurdles), 47.20 m (discus), 4.40 m (pole vault), 59.40 m (javelin), 4:46.6 (1500 m)
20 km walk (road) 1:26:23 Maciej Rosiewicz 20 April 2013 Poland Zaniemyśl, Poland [3]
50 km walk (road) 3:57:28 [4] Aleksandr Shcherbina 17 October 1965 Soviet Union Alma Ata, Soviet Union
4x100 m relay 40.40  Georgian SSR
G. Bagashvili
T. Chitadze
B. Mekvabishili
V. Ivanov
29 July 1979 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
4x400 m relay 3:10.8  Georgian SSR
S. Sarkisyan
A. Andreyev
T. Bakhtadze
Y. Kozelskiy
22 August 1967 Soviet Union Tashkent, Soviet Union

Women[edit]

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 11.08 (0.0 m/s) Maia Azarashvili 14 August 1988 Soviet Union Kiev, Soviet Union
200 m 22.24 (+0.1 m/s) Maia Azarashvili 16 August 1988 Soviet Union Kiev, Soviet Union
400 m 52.13 Maia Azarashvili 11 June 1988 Brothers Znamensky Memorial Soviet Union Leningrad, Soviet Union
800 m 2:05.8 Yelena Shapovalova 12 May 1983 Soviet Union Tbilisi, Soviet Union
1500 m 4:13.84 Yelena Shapovalova 11 June 1983 Brothers Znamensky Memorial Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
3000 m 9:06.64 Yelena Shapovalova 18 June 1983 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
5000 m 16.38.8 Nana Gutanaidze 18 July 2000 Soviet Union Tbilisi, Soviet Union
10000 m
Marathon
100 m hurdles 14.47 Tamara Kidiashvili 25 July 1979 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
400 m hurdles 58.20 Zhorena Onyashvili 11 June 1983 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
3000 m steeplechase 11:10.24 Natia Gelashvili 18 June 2005 European Cup (2nd League) Turkey Istanbul, Turkey [5]
High jump 1.85 m Marina Alkhalshenishvili 7 September 1980 Soviet Union Donetsk, Soviet Union
Pole vault 2.70 m Ina Narujniak 22 May 1996 Georgia (country) Tbilisi, Georgia
Long jump 6.67 m Maiko Gogoladze 12 May 2012 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria [6]
Triple jump 13.68 m (+0.2 m/s) Yuliya Dubina 14 July 2006 Georgia (country) Kutaisi, Georgia
14.03 m (+1.5 m/s) [7] Yuliya Dubina 2 July 2004 Azerbaijan Baku, Azerbaijan
Shot put 19.30 m Aleksandra Abashidze 9 June 1984 Brothers Znamensky Memorial Soviet Union Sochi, Soviet Union
Discus throw 64.20 m Natella Labadze 8 September 1980 Soviet Union Dnepropetrovsk, Soviet Union
Hammer throw 48.62 m Guranda Todradze 18 June 1989 Soviet Union Kharkov, Soviet Union
Javelin throw 51.91 m Maka Obolashvili 8 July 2000 European Cup (2nd League) Slovakia Banská Bystrica, Slovakia
Heptathlon 5483 pts (ht) Olga Vershinina 15–16 May 1983 Soviet Union Tbilisi, Soviet Union
14.5 (100 m hurdles), 1.76 m (high jump), 12.70 m (shot put), 25.7 (200 m) / 6.01 m (long jump), 31.00 m (javelin), 2:20.2 (800 m)
20 km walk (road)
4x100 m relay 44.90  Georgian SSR
M. Apitsiauri
Y. Golutvina
Tamara Shanidze
Maia Azarashvili
16 September 1986 Spartakiad Soviet Union Tashkent, Soviet Union
4x400 m relay 3:39.4  Georgian SSR
Maia Azarashvili
O. Mikhelidse
L. Abramova
Zhorena Onyashvili
29 May 1983 Soviet Union Tbilisi, Soviet Union

Indoor[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
60 m 6.71 Besik Gotsiridze 5 February 1986 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
200 m 21.13 Besik Gotsiridze 11 February 1988 Soviet Union Volgograd, Soviet Union
400 m 48.07 Endrik Zilbershtein 4 March 2011 European Championships France Paris, France [8]
800 m 1:52.94 Vladimir Baldin 11 February 1988 Soviet Union Volgograd, Soviet Union
1500 m 3:50.82 Oleg Khokhlov 11 February 1989 Soviet Union Panevėžys, Soviet Union
3000 m 8:05.03 Oleg Strizhakov 4 March 1990 Soviet Union Chelyabinsk, Soviet Union
60 m hurdles 7.66 Anatoliy Moshiashvili 10 March 1974 European Championships Sweden Gothenburg, Sweden
High jump 2.15 m Gennadiy Golubov 12 February 1988 Soviet Union Volgograd, Soviet Union
Pole vault 4.90 m Gocha Chetkoshvili 10 February 1981 Soviet Union Tbilisi, Soviet Union
Long jump 7.66 m Dimitriy Antonov 13 January 1990 Soviet Union Tbilisi, Soviet Union
Triple jump 17.16 m Viktor Saneyev 2 February 1976 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
Shot put 20.09 m Tariel Bitsadze 4 February 1990 Soviet Union Chelyabinsk, Soviet Union
Heptathlon
(60 m), (high jump), (shot put), (long jump), (60 m hurdles), (pole vault), (1000 m)
5000 m walk 22:58.06 Elmar Urushadze 14 January 2000 Georgia (country) Tbilisi, Georgia
4x400 m relay

Women[edit]

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
60 m 7.27 Maia Azarashvili 11 February 1994 Germany Mannheim, Germany
200 m 23.07 Maia Azarashvili 5 February 1995 Sparkassen Cup Germany Stuttgart, Germany
400 m 54.53 Maia Azarashvili 17 February 1988 Spain Valencia, Spain
800 m 2:12.8 Laila Tzintzalashvili 27 January 1979 Soviet Union Kharkov, Soviet Union
1500 m 4:37.6 Laila Tzintzalashvili 28 January 1979 Soviet Union Kharkov, Soviet Union
3000 m 8:55.04 Tatyana Sychova 19 February 1982 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
60 m hurdles 8.21 Olga Vershinina 6 March 1982 Soviet Union Ordzhonikidze, Soviet Union
High jump
Pole vault 2.70 m Ina Narijniak 22 February 1993 Georgia (country) Tbilisi, Georgia
Long jump 6.21 m Julia Dubina 8 February 2005 Iran Tehran, Iran
Triple jump 13.24 m Julia Dubina 9 February 2005 Iran Tehran, Iran
Shot put 18.59 m Mariam Kevkhishvili 13 March 2010 NCAA Division I Championships United States Fayetteville, United States [9]
19.18 m # Aleksandra Abashidze 18 February 1983 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
Pentathlon
(60 m hurdles), (high jump), (shot put), (long jump), (800 m)
3000 m walk
4x400 m relay

ht = hand timing
# = not recognised by federation

References[edit]

  1. ^ Alfons Juck, Larry Eder (15 June 2012). "Caleb Ndiku runs 3:33.85 in Kenyan Trials". www.runblogrun.com. Retrieved 19 June 2012. 
  2. ^ "Boleslav Skhirtladze Gains the 30th Olympic License". www.worldsport.ge. 31 May 2012. Retrieved 2 June 2012. 
  3. ^ "Buziak i Sudoł wygrywają w Zaniemyślu". PZLA. 20 April 2013. Retrieved 30 May 2014. 
  4. ^ probably short course and downhill
  5. ^ "European Cup Second League, Group B". european-athletics.org. Retrieved 22 September 2014. 
  6. ^ "Maiko Gogoladze length of the jump in the first place was taken by". Athletic Federation of Georgia. 2 May 2012. Retrieved 18 May 2012. 
  7. ^ unconfirmed
  8. ^ "400 Metres Heats Results Results". EAA. 2011-03-04. Retrieved 2011-03-04. 
  9. ^ "2010 NCAA Division I Championships Complete Results". www.fs.ncaa.org. 2010-03-12. Retrieved 2010-12-14. 

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