List of IPC world records in athletics

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World records in disability athletics are ratified by the International Paralympic Committee (IPC). In Paralympic athletics competitions, athletes are given a class depending on the type and extent of their disability. The classes are as follows:[1]

  • 11–13: Blind and visually impaired
  • 20: Intellectually disabled
  • 32–38: Athletes with cerebral palsy; classes 32–34 compete in wheelchairs, while 35–38 are ambulant
  • 40–46: Ambulant athletes with amputations or other disabilities such as dwarfism
  • 51–58: Wheelchair athletes with spinal cord injuries or amputations

The IPC recognizes records for each of these classes.

Men[edit]

100 m[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date Ref
T11 Lucas Prado  Brazil 11.03 (+0.4 m/s) Paralympic Games Beijing, China 9 September 2008 [2]
T12 Elchin Muradov  Azerbaijan 10.66 (-0.4 m/s) Imola, Italy 19 June 2010 [2]
T13 Jason Smyth  Ireland 10.46 (+0.6 m/s) Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom 1 September 2012 [2]
T20 Jose Exposito  Spain 10.85 Paralympic Games Sydney, Australia 26 October 2000
T32 Martin McDonagh  Ireland 23.25 (0.0 m/s) Nottingham, United Kingdom 13 August 1999 [2]
T33 Ahmad Almutairi  Kuwait 17.41 (-1.7 m/s) Sharjah, United Arab Emirates 16 March 2013 [2]
T34 Walid Ktila  Tunisia 15.33 (+1.2 m/s) Sharjah, United Arab Emirates 27 February 2014 [2]
T35 Lee Whiteley  Great Britain 11.52 CP Sport National Championships Nottingham, United Kingdom 22 September 2012
T36 Evgenii Shvetcov  Russia 11.90 IPC World Championships Lyon, France 22 July 2013 [3][2]
T37 Andrey Vdovin  Russia 11.48 (-0.7 m/s) World Championships Lyon, France 22 July 2013 [2]
T38 Evan O'Hanlon  Australia 10.79 Paralympic Games London, England 1 September 2012 [2]
T42 Heinrich Popow  Germany 12.11 Leichtathletik-Sportfest Leverkusen, Germany 12 July 2013 [4][2]
T43 Alan Fonteles Cardoso Oliveira  Brazil 10.57 (+1.5 m/s) London Anniversary Games London, Great Britain 28 July 2013 [2]
T44 Richard Browne  United States 10.75 (+1.9 m/s) Anniversary games London, Great Britain 28 July 2013 [2]
T45 Yohansson Nascimento  Brazil 10.94 (+0.2 m/s) Paralympic Games London, England 6 September 2012 [2]
T47 Ajibola Adeoye  Nigeria 10.72 (0.0 m/s) Paralympic Games Barcelona, Spain 6 September 1992 [2]
T51 Toni Piispanen  Finland 21.11 (+1.2 m/s) Pratteln, Switzerland 17 May 2012 [2]
T52 Paul Nitz  United States 16.73 (+0.4 m/s) Nottwil, Switzerland 20 May 2012 [2]
T53 Brent Lakatos  Canada 14.17 (+1.0 m/s) Nottwil, Switzerland 17 May 2014 [2]
T54 Leo-Pekka Tahti  Finland 13.63 (+1.0 m/s) Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom 1 September 2012 [2]

200 m[edit]

Timing system confirming Jason Smyth has set a new world record at the London 2012 Paralympic Games in the T13 200m
Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date Ref
T11 Lucas Prado  Brazil 22.48 (-0.1 m/s) Paralympic Games Beijing, China 13 September 2008
T12 Mateusz Michalski  Poland 21.56 (+1.0 m/s) Paralympic Games London, Great Britain 7 September 2012
T13 Jason Smyth  Ireland 21.05 (-0.3 m/s) Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom 8 September 2012
21.05 IPC World Championships Lyon, France 21 July 2013 [5]
T20 Allan Stuart  Great Britain 21.54 Grangemouth, United Kingdom 14 May 2000
T32 Martin McDonagh  Ireland 46.81 (0.0 m/s) Nottingham, United Kingdom 28 July 2001
T33 Ahmad Almutairi  Kuwait 31.02 (-0.3 m/s) Paralympic Games London, Great Britain 4 September 2012
T34 Walid Ktila  Tunisia 27.98 (-0.3 m/s) Paralympic Games London, Great Britain 4 September 2012
T35 Dmitrii Safronov  Russia 24.69 (-1.1 m/s) IPC World Championships Lyon, France 27 June 2013 [6]
T36 So Wa Wai  Hong Kong 24.65 (-0.2 m/s) Paralympic Games Beijing, China 15 September 2008
T37 Andry Vdovin  Russia 22.77 IPC World Championships Lyon, France 24 July 2013 [7]
T38 Evan O'Hanlon  Australia 21.82 (-0.2 m/s) Paralympic Games London, Great Britain 8 September 2012
T42 Richard Whitehead  Great Britain 24.38 (+0.3 m/s) Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom 1 September 2012
T43 Alan Fonteles Cardoso Oliveira  Brazil 20.66 IPC World Championships Lyon, France 21 July 2013 [5]
T44 Jarryd Wallace  United States 22.08 IPC World Championships Lyon, France 21 July 2013 [5]
T45 Yohansson Nascimento  Brazil 21.91 IPC World Championships Lyon, France 22 July 2013 [3]
T46 Heath Francis  Australia 21.74 (+0.8 m/s) Paralympic Games Beijing, China 9 September 2008
T51 Toni Piispanen  Finland 39.25 (+1.2 m/s) Pratteln, Switzerland 17 May 2012
T52 Raymond Martin  United States 30.18 (+1.0 m/s) Indianapolis, United States 1 July 2012
T53 Chris Waddell  United States 25.24 (0.0 m/s) Atlanta, United States 2 July 2004
T54 Zhang Lixin  China 24.18 (+0.6 m/s) Paralympic Games Beijing, China 12 September 2008

400 m[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date Ref
11 Daniel Silva  Brazil 49.82 Guadalajara, Mexico 18 November 2011
12 Mahmoud Khaldi  Tunisia 48.52 Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom 6 September 2012
13 Adekunle Adesoji  Nigeria 47.88 Johannesburg, South Africa 1 January 1999
20 Allan Stuart  Great Britain 46.72 Glasgow, United Kingdom 29 June 2003
32 Martin McDonagh  Ireland 1:30.82 Nottingham, United Kingdom 14 August 1999
33 Ahmad Almutairi  Kuwait 57.95 IPC World Championships Lyon, France 26 July 2013 [8]
34 Walid Ktila  Tunisia 51.53 Nottwil, Switzerland 30 May 2013 [8]
35 Allel Boukhalfa  Algeria 1:00.55 IPC Athletics World Championships Christchurch, New Zealand 29 January 2011
36 Evgenii Shvetcov  Russia 53.31 Paralympic Games London, Great Britain 4 September 2012
37 Chermen Kobesov  Russia 51.88 IPC World Championships Lyon, France 26 July 2013 [9]
38 Mohamed Farhat Chida  Tunisia 49.33 IPC Athletics World Championships Christchurch, New Zealand 29 January 2011
42 Richard Whitehead  Great Britain 57.06 BT Paralympic World Cup Manchester, United Kingdom 27 May 2011
43 Oscar Pistorius  South Africa 45.39 World Championships in Athletics Daegu, South Korea 28 August 2011
44 David Prince  United States 50.61 Paralympic Games London, England 8 September 2012
45 Yohansson Nascimento  Brazil 49.59 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 19 August 2007
46 Heath Francis  Australia 47.69 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 10 September 2008
51 Edgar Navarro  Mexico 1:18.57 Atlanta, United States 2 July 2004
52 Tomoya Ito  Japan 57.25 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 12 September 2008
53 Hong Suk-Man  South Korea 47.36 Arbon, Switzerland 26 June 2010
54 Zhang Lixin  China 45.07 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 10 September 2008

800 m[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date Ref
11 Odair Santos  Brazil 1:58.47 São Paulo,Brazil 6 August 2011
T12 Egor Sharov  Russia 1:50.02 IPC World Championships Lyon, France 22 July 2013 [3]
13 Lazaro Rashid Aquilar  Cuba 1:52.50 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 19 August 2007
20 Mirosław Formela  Poland 1:49.91 Białogard, Poland 29 September 1998
33 Lachan Jones  Australia 2:14.50 New London, Connecticut, United States 9 July 2005
34 Gunnar Krantz  Sweden 1:50.60 Gothenburg, Sweden 14 June 1997
35 James Sands  South Africa 2:29.47 Berlin, Germany 31 July 1994
36 Evgenii Shvetcov  Russia 2:05.05 IPC European Championships Stadskanaal, Netherlands 26 June 2012
T37 Michael McKillop  Ireland 1:57.17 IPC World Championships Lyon, France 21 July 2013 [5]
38 Malcolm Pringle  South Africa 1:58.87 Paralympic Games Athens, Greece 20 September 2004
44 Daniel Andrews  United States 2:07.18 Villeneuve d'Ascq, France 22 July 2002
45 A Svobodan  Yugoslavia 2:02.24 Assen, Netherlands 19 July 1990
46 Gunther Matzinger  Austria 1:51.82 Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom 08 September 2012 [10][11]
51 Fabian Blattman  Australia 2:40.15 Etobicoke, Canada 25 June 1995
52 Santiago Sanz  Spain 1:56.26 Atlanta, United States 30 June 2007
53 Li Huzhao  China 1:36.30 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 15 September 2008
54 Marcel Hug   Switzerland 1:31.12 Arbon, Switzerland 26 June 2010

1500 m[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date Ref
11 Odair Santos  Brazil 4:04.32 São Paulo,Brazil 7 August 2011
12 Abel Avila-Rodriguez  Spain 3:50.18 Barcelona, Spain 10 June 2006
13 Abderrahim Zhiou  Tunisia 3:48.31 Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom 4 September 2012 [12]
20 Rafal Korc  Poland 3:54.07 Tunis, Tunisia 6 July 2003
33 Lachan Jones  Australia 4:21.39 New London, United States 7 July 2005
34 Kazuya Maeba  Japan 3:35.54 Birmingham, United Kingdom 10 August 1998
35 James Sands  Great Britain 4:58.65 Berlin, Germany 26 July 1994
T36 Artem Arefiev  Russia 4:32.89 IPC World Championships Lyon, France 24 July 2013 [7]
37 Michael McKillop  Ireland 3:59.54 Visa London Disability Challenge London, United Kingdom 8 May 2012 [13]
38 Abbes Saidi  Tunisia 4:09.50 New London, United States 8 July 2005
44 James R. Ortiz  United States 4:33.46 Lawrence, Kansas, United States 18 April 2013
45 Pedro Meza  Mexico 4:08.26 Paralympic Games Athens, Greece 20 September 2004
46 Abraham Cheruiyot Tarbei  Kenya 3:52.50 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 10 September 2008
51 Fabian Blattman  Australia 5:01.49 Sydney, Australia 28 January 1998
52 Santiago Sanz  Spain 3:36.04 Atlanta, United States 30 June 2007
54 Marcel Hug   Switzerland 2:54.51 Arbon, Switzerland 24 June 2010

3000 m[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date
20 Antonio Mariz  Portugal 08:44.17 Braga, Portugal 18 July 1999

5000 m[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date
11 Henry Wanyoike  Kenya 15:11.07 Paralympic Games Athens, Greece 24 September 2004
12 El Amin Chentouf  Morocco 13:53.76 Paralympic Games London, Great Britain 3 September 2012
13 Said Gomez  Panama 14:46.00 Buenos Aires, Argentina 2 January 1995
20 Michal Walenski  Poland 14:56.06 Białogard, Poland 27 September 1997
34 Kazuya Maeba  Japan 12:33.72 Birmingham, United Kingdom 14 August 1998
35 James Sands  Great Britain 17:42.42 Barcelona, Spain 12 September 1992
36 Claudio Da Silva  Brazil 18:23.52 Barcelona, Spain 12 September 1992
37 Joseph Parker  United States 16:34.36 Atlanta, United States 18 August 1996
38 Abbes Saidi  Tunisia 15:57.25 New London, United States 8 July 2005
45 Pedro Meza  Mexico 15:37.84 Paralympic Games Athens, Greece 27 September 2004
46 Abraham Cheruiyot Tarbei  Kenya 14:20.88 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 13 September 2008
51 Fabian Blattman  Australia 16:46.95 Sydney, Australia 29 January 1999
52 Santiago Sanz  Spain 12:37.07 London, Canada 6 June 2006
54 Marcel Hug   Switzerland 09:53.05 Arbon, Switzerland 25 June 2010

10000 m[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date
11 Henry Wanyoike  Kenya 31:37.25 Paralympic Games Athens, Greece 19 September 2004
12 El Amin Chentouf  Morocco 29:38.85 IPC World Championships Lyon, France 23 July 2013
13 Said Gomez  Panama 31:41.85 Madrid, Spain 20 July 1998
20 Antonio Mariz  Portugal 31:37.01 Seville, Spain 16 September 1999
37 Benny Govaerts  Belgium 38:12.96 New London, United States 10 July 2005
46 Javier Conde  Spain 30:15.35 Barcelona, Spain 7 September 1992
51 Stefan Strobel  Germany 36:29.33 Arbon, Switzerland 27 August 2006
52 Thomas Geierspichler  Austria 25:59.13 Arbon, Switzerland 4 June 2005
54 Marcel Hug   Switzerland 19:50.64 Arbon, Switzerland 24 June 2010

Marathon[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date
11 Andrea Cionna  Italy 02:31:59 Rome, Italy 18 March 2007
12 El Amin Chentouf  Morocco 2:24:00[14] IPC Athletics Marathon World Cup London, Great Britain 21 April 2012
13 Carlos Talbot  United States 02:22:55 Seoul, South Korea 24 October 1988
46 Javier Conde  Spain 02:31:15 Atlanta, United States 25 August 1996
51 Heinrich Koberle  Germany 02:23:08 Berlin, Germany 24 September 1995
52 Thomas Geierspichler  Austria 01:40:07 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 17 September 2008
54 Heinz Frei   Switzerland 01:20:14 Ōita, Japan 31 October 1999

110 m hurdles[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date
20 Sandor Ponyori  Hungary 00:15.45 Budapest, Hungary 6 July 2002

400 m hurdles[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date
20 Rafal Gawronski  Poland 00:55.61 Tunis, Tunisia 7 July 2003

4×100 m relay[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date
11-13  China 00:42.75 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 16 September 2008
20  Portugal 00:44.45 Budapest, Hungary 6 July 2002
35-38  Australia 00:44.81 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 16 September 2008
42-46  United States 00:40.73 IPC World Championships Lyon, France 27 July 2013
51-52  United States 01:10.92 Barcelona, Spain 10 September 1992
53/54  China 00:49.89 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 8 September 2008

4×400 m relay[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date
11-13  Portugal 03:27.89 Madrid, Spain 25 July 1998
20  South Africa 03:26.20 Tunis, Tunisia 10 July 2001
35-38  Tunisia 03:38.92 Paralympic Games Athens, Greece 27 September 2004
42-46  United States 03:27.00 Paralympic Games Athens, Greece 27 September 2004
51-52  United States 04:35.86 Barcelona, Spain 11 September 1992
53/54  China 03:05.67 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 14 September 2008

High jump[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date Ref
11 Italo Sacchetto  Italy 1.59 m Seoul, South Korea 19 October 1988
12 Ruslan Sivitski  Belarus 2.02 m Paralympic Games Sydney, Australia 20 October 2000
13 Ihar Fartunau  Belarus 2.03 m Assen, Netherlands 17 June 2003
20 Parashos Stogiannidis  Greece 1.94 m Tunis, Tunisia 9 July 2003
F42 Arnold Boldt  Canada 1.96 m Arnhem, Netherlands 17 June 1980
F44 Maciej Lepiato  Poland 2.13 m IPC World Championships Lyon, France 20 July 2013 [15]
45 Matthias Berg  Germany 1.68 m New York City, United States 27 June 1984
46 Aaron Chatman  Australia 2.05 m Canberra, Australia 3 March 2007

Long jump[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date Ref
F11 Jose Rodriguez  Spain 6.67 Atlanta, United States 18 August 1996
F12 Hilton Langenhoven  South Africa 7.43 Johannesburg, South Africa 5 April 2007
F13 Luis Felipe Gutierrez  Cuba 7.64 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 17 August 2007
F20 Jose Exposito  Spain 7.37 Tunis, Tunisia 7 July 2003
F35 Guo Wei  China 6.06 Paralympic Games Athens, Greece 20 September 2004
F36 Roman Pavlyk  Ukraine 5.44 m IPC World Championships Lyon, France 20 July 2013 [16]
F37 Darren Thrupp  Australia 5.98 Paralympic Games Athens, Greece 20 September 2004
F38 Haider Ali  Pakistan 6.44 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 9 September 2008
F38 Farhat Chida  Tunisia 6.44 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 9 September 2008
F42 Wojtek Czyz  Germany 6.50 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 16 September 2008
F44 Markus Rehm  Germany 7.95 m IPC World Championships Lyon, France 24 July 2013 [17]
F45 Daichang Ren  China 6.41 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 29 November 2006
F46 Arnaud Assoumani  France 7.23 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 10 September 2008

Triple jump[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date
11 Li Duan  China 13.71 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 12 September 2008
12 Osamah Alshanqiti  Saudi Arabia 15.37 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 8 September 2008
13 Luis Felipe Gutierrez  Cuba 16.23 São Paulo, Brazil 6 August 2007
20 Wissam Ben Bahri  Tunisia 14.62 Tunis, Tunisia 8 July 2001
45 J Szlezak  Poland 12.00 New York City, United States 27 June 1984
46 Zhang Hongwei  China 14.18 Paralympic Games Sydney, Australia 28 October 2000

Club throw[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date
32 Lahouari Bahlaz  Algeria 37.51 IPC World Championships Lyon, France 25 July 2013
51 Radim Beles  Czech Republic 26.00 Nove Mesto, Czech Republic 19 August 2000

Shot put[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date Ref
11 David Casinos-Sierra  Spain 15.26 m Paralympic Games Sydney, Australia 20 October 2000
12 Sun Haitao  China 16.62 m Paralympic Games Athens, Greece 21 September 2004
13 Sun Haitao  China 16.46 m Paralympic Games Sydney, Australia 27 October 2000
20 Murray Goldfinch  Australia 13.44 m Berlin, Germany 12 July 2002
32 Karim Betina  Algeria 10.65 m Paralympic Games Beijing, China 8 September 2008
33 Kamel Kardjena  Algeria 11.54 m Paralympic Games Beijing, China 12 September 2008
34 Scott Jones  Great Britain 13.38 m IPC World Championships Lyon, France 25 July 2013
35 Guo Wei  China 16.22 m Paralympic Games Beijing, China 14 September 2008
36 Vladimir Sviridov  Russia 14.70 m IWAS Series- Dutch Open Emmeloord, Netherlands 12 May 2013
IPC World Championships Lyon, France 26 July 2013 [18]
37 Xia Dong  China 16.60 m Paralympic Games Beijing, China 13 September 2008
38 Oleksandr Doroshenko  Ukraine 15.22 m Assen, Netherlands 8 September 2006
40 Wang Zhiming  China 14.46 m Paralympic Games London, England 6 September 2012
F42 Aled Davies  Great Britain 15.13 m Cardiff Capital Throws Cardiff, Great Britain 22 May 2014 [19]
44 Jackie Christiansen  Denmark 17.89 m Paralympic Games Beijing, China 8 September 2008
46 Nikita Prokhorov  Russia 15.69 m IPC World Championships Lyon, France 24 July 2013
52 Aigars Apinis  Latvia 10.02 m Paralympic Games Beijing, China 12 September 2008
53 Mauro Maximo  Mexico 8.72 m Paralympic Games Beijing, China 16 September 2008
54 Markku Niinimaki  Finland 9.92 m Paralympic Games Beijing, China 16 September 2008
55 Martin Nemec  Czech Republic 11.85 m Olomouc, Czech Republic 24 June 2006
56 Olokhan Musayev  Azerbaijan 13.49 m Paralympic Games Beijing, China 15 September 2008
57 Jamil Elshebli  Jordan 14.28 m Paralympic Games Beijing, China 9 September 2008
58 Alexey Ashapatov  Russia 16.03 m Paralympic Games Beijing, China 9 September 2008

Discus throw[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date Ref
11 Alfonso Lopez-Fidalgo  Spain 44.44 m Madrid, Spain 24 July 1998
12 Sun Haitao  China 52.51 m Paralympic Games Athens, Greece 27 September 2004
13 Oleksandr Yasinovyi  Ukraine 53.61 m Paralympic Games Sydney, Australia 23 October 2000
20 Mohamed Fatnassi  Tunisia 40.69 m Tunis, Tunisia 5 July 2003
F32 Lahouari Bahlaz  Algeria 22.75 m IPC World Championships Lyon, France 27 July 2013 [6]
33 Hani Alnakhli  Saudi Arabia 34.65 m Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom 08 September 2012 [20]
34 Siamak Salehfarajzadeh  Iran 39.98 m Assen, Netherlands 3 September 2006
35 Guo Wei  China 54.13 m Paralympic Games Beijing, China 11 September 2008
36 Wang Wenbo  China 38.98 m Paralympic Games Beijing, China 11 September 2008
37 Mykola Zhabnyak  Ukraine 52.00 m Paralympic Games Beijing, China 14 September 2008
38 Javad Hardani  Iran 46.63 m New London, United States 7 July 2005
40 Mathias Mester  Germany 31.34 m Taipei, Taiwan 17 September 2007
42 Aled Davies  Great Britain 48.78 m Weir Archer Academy Open Kingston Upon Thames, Great Britain 6 April 2014 [21]
43 Ronan Tynan[22]  Ireland 38.88 m Seoul, South Korea 22 October 1988
44 Jeremy Campbell  United States 63.46 m Oklahoma, USA 9 June 2012
46 Tomasz Rebisz  Poland 49.85 m Barcelona, Spain 31 July 1999
51 Mohamed Berrahal  Algeria 13.16 m World Championships Lyon, France 22 July 2013 [23]
52 Aigars Apinis  Latvia 20.47 m Paralympic Games Beijing, China 8 September 2008
53 Toshi Oi  Japan 26.62 m Okayama, Japan 30 September 2006
54 Draženko Mitrović  Serbia 33.68 m IPC European Championships Swansea, Wales 20 August 2014 [24]
55 Mustafa Yuseinov  Bulgaria 39.42 m IPC World Championships Christchurch, New Zealand 28 January 2011 [24]
F56 Leonardo Diaz  Cuba 45.32 m IPC World Championships Lyon, France 21 July 2013 [5]
57 Zheng Weihai  China 49.09 m Paralympic Games Beijing, China 13 September 2008
58 Alexey Ashapatov  Russia 57.61 m Paralympic Games Beijing, China 13 September 2008

Javelin throw[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date Ref
F11 Bil Marinkovic  Austria 53.99 m Leverkusen, Germany 9 June 2010
F12 Zhu Pengkai  China 64.38 m Paralympic Games London, Great Britain 5 September 2012
F13 Seyed Erfan Hosseini Liravi  Iran 61.48 m IPC World Championships Christchurch, New Zealand 29 January 2011
F20 Jesus Lucero  Mexico 55.06 m Tunis, Tunisia 7 July 2003
F33 Kamel Kardjena  Algeria 26.40 m Paralympic Games London, Great Britain 1 September 2012
F34 Mohsen Kaedi  Iran 43.41 m IPC World Championships Lyon, France 20 July 2013 [25]
F35 Guo Wei  China 56.07 m Paralympic Games Beijing, China 8 September 2008
F36 Pawel Piotrowski  Poland 42.88 m Paralympic Games Beijing, China 8 September 2008
F37 Xia Dong  China 57.81 m Paralympic Games Beijing, China 9 September 2008
F38 Oleksandr Doroshenko  Ukraine 51.37 m Paralympic Games Athens, Greece 23 September 2004
F40 Mathias Mester  Germany 37.09 m Berlin, Germany 14 June 2008
F42 Jakob Mathiasen  Denmark 52.74 m Paralympic Games Sydney, Australia 22 October 2000
F44 Gao Mingjie  China 57.60 m Paralympic Games Beijing, China 12 September 2008
F46 B Devendra  India 62.15 m Paralympic Games Athens, Greece 21 September 2004
F52 Peter Martin  New Zealand 18.58 m Assen, Netherlands 6 September 2006
F53 Alphanso Cunningham  Jamaica 24.30 m IPC World Championships Lyon, France 26 July 2013 [9]
F54 Markku Niinimaki  Finland 29.33 m Paralympic Games Beijing, China 12 September 2008
F55 Ali Naderi-Darbaghshahi  Iran 35.30 m Paralympic Games Athens, Greece 22 September 2004
F56 Pieter Gruijters  Netherlands 42.27 m Paralympic Games Beijing, China 9 September 2008
F57 Claudiney Santos  Brazil 45.38 m Paralympic Games London, Great Britain 8 September 2012
F58 Mohammad Khalvandi  Iran 50.98 m Paralympic Games London, Great Britain 8 September 2012 [26]

Pentathlon[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date
11 Serguei Sevostianov  Russia 2627 Paralympic Games Sydney, Australia 24 October 2000
12 Hilton Langenhoven  South Africa 3403 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 12 September 2008
13 Vadim Kalmykov  Ukraine 3155 Moscow, Russia 15 September 1987
20 Mohamed Fatnassi  Tunisia 2999 Tunis, Tunisia 7 July 2003
36 Thomas Chasanoff  United States 1099 New London, United States 6 July 2005
37 Tando Bala  Great Britain 1201 New London, United States 6 July 2005
38 Petr Vratil  Czech Republic 1764 New London, United States 6 July 2005
42 Stephanus Lombaard  South Africa 5792 Paralympic Games Sydney, Australia 22 October 2000
44 Jeremy Campbell  United States 4662 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 11 September 2008
51 Richard Schabel  Great Britain 4330 Delémont, Switzerland 20 August 2000
52-53 David McCalman  New Zealand 4992 Delémont, Switzerland 20 August 2000
54-58 Ling Yong  China 5806 Paralympic Games Athens, Greece 20 September 2004

Women[edit]

100 m[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date Ref
11 Terezinha Guilhermina  Brazil 12.01 Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom 5 September 2012
12 Guohua Zhou  China 11.91 Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom 1 September 2012
13 Marla Runyan  United States 12.28 Irvine, United States 1 January 1996
20 Margorzata Kleemann  Poland 12.24 Assen, Netherlands 3 September 2006
32 Lindsay Wright  Great Britain 37.67 Nottingham, United Kingdom 25 July 1997
33 Kristen Messer  United States 21.59 Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom 31 August 2012
T34 Hannah Cockroft  Great Britain 17.31 Para Athletics Nottwil, Switzerland 19 May 2014 [27]
T35 Maria Lyle  Great Britain 14.83 Loughborough International Loughborough, United Kingdom 19 May 2014 [27]
36 Wang Fang  China 13.82 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 16 September 2008
37 Lisa McIntosh  Australia 13.88 Paralympic Games Sydney, Australia 25 October 2000
T38 Sophie Hahn  Great Britain 13.04 Loughborough International Loughborough, United Kingdom 19 May 2014 [27]
42 Martina Caironi  Italy 15.87 Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom 5 September 2012
43 Marlou van Rhijn  Netherlands 13.27 Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom 1 September 2012
T44 Marlou van Rhijn  Netherlands 12.96 Berlin at IPC Athletics Grand Prix Berlin, Germany 16 June 2013 [28]
45 G Cole  Canada 14.00 Arnhem, Netherlands 2 June 1980
46 Yunidis Castillo  Cuba 11.95 Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom 4 September 2012
51 V Hill  United States 32.08 Stoke Mandeville, United Kingdom 27 August 1989
52 Michelle Stilwell  Canada 18.67 Windsor,Ontario, Canada 14 July 2012
53 Huang Lisha  China 16.22 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 12 September 2008
54 Liu Wenjun  China 15.82 Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom 8 September 2012

200 m[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date Ref
11 Terezinha Guilhermina  Brazil 24.67 Mexico City, Mexico 20 April 2012
12 Assia El'Hannouni  France 24.46 Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom 6 September 2012
13 Marla Runyan  United States 24.45 Colorado, United States 1 January 1995
20 Lisa Llorens  Australia 25.01 Canberra, Australia 4 March 2000
32 Lindsay Wright  Great Britain 1:22.57 Nottingham, United Kingdom 15 August 1999
33 Mary Rice  Ireland 38.38 Paralympic Games Sydney, Australia 25 October 2000
34 Hannah Cockroft  Great Britain 30.86 ParAthletics IPC Athletics Grand Prix Nottwil, Switzwerland 16 May 2014 [29]
T35 Maria Lyle  Great Britain 31.01 IPC Athletics Grand Prix Dubai, United Arab Emirates 25 February 2014 [30]
36 Wang Fang  China 28.60 Paralympic Games Athens, Greece 26 September 2004
37 Mandy Francois-Elie  France 28.37 IPC World Championships Lyon, France 21 July 2013 [3]
38 Junfei Chen  China 27.39 Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom 6 September 2012
42 Kelly Cartwright  Australia 35.98 Adelaide, Australia 24 May 1998
43 Marlou van Rhijn  Netherlands 26.18 Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom 6 September 2012
44 Marie-Amélie Le Fur  France 27.10 Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom 6 September 2012
45 Mariane Santos  Brazil 32.98 Taipei, Taiwan 14 September 2007
46 Yunidis Castillo  Cuba 24.45 Paralympic Games London, England 1 September 2012
51 Shannon Francklin  United States 56.02 Atlanta, United States 8 July 1998
52 Michelle Stilwell  Canada 33.58 Nottwil, Switzerland 19 May 2012
53 Jessica Galli  United States 28.93 Indianapolis, United States 1 July 2012
54 Chantal Petitclerc  Canada 27.52 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 14 September 2008

400 m[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date Ref
11 Terezinha Guilhermina  Brazil 56.14 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 18 August 2007
12 Assia El Hannouni  France 53.67 Paralympic Games Athens, Greece 27 September 2004
13 Marla Runyan  United States 54.46 Los Angeles, United States 3 January 1995
20 Barbara Bieganowska  Poland 57.48 Seville, Spain 17 September 1999
32 Lindsay Wright  Great Britain 2:49.35 Nottingham, United Kingdom 26 July 1997
33 Mary Rice  Ireland 1:15.98 Nottingham, United Kingdom 27 July 2001
34 Deborah Brennan  Great Britain 1:07.68 Villeneuve d'Ascq, France 27 July 2002
35 Perla Munoz  Argentina 1:38.65 Paralympic Games Sydney, Australia 23 October 2000
36 Wang Fang  China 1:06.96 Paralympic Games Athens, Greece 27 September 2004
37 Lisa McIntosh  Australia 1:04.79 Paralympic Games Sydney, Australia 23 October 2000
38 Inna Dyachenko  Ukraine 1:04.90 Villeneuve d'Ascq, France 27 July 2002
42 Sarah Reinertsen  United States 1:34.62 Barcelona, Spain 31 July 1999
43 Shea Cowart  United States 1:09.61 Chula Vista, United States 10 August 2001
T44 Marie-Amélie Le Fur  France 1:01.41 European Championships Swansea, United Kingdom 22 August 2014 [31]
45 G Cole  Canada 1:13.92 Arnhem, Netherlands 2 June 1980
46 Yunidis Castillo  Cuba 55.72 Paralympic Games London, England 8 September 2012
51 Shannon Francklin  United States 1:48.68 Atlanta, United States 7 July 1998
52 Marieke Vervoort  Belgium 1:04.87 Kortrijk, Belgium 14 July 2013
53 Jessica Galli  United States 54.88 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 10 September 2008
54 Chantal Petitclerc  Canada 51.91 Paralympic Games Athens, Greece 25 September 2004

800 m[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date Ref
11 Tracey Hinton  Great Britain 02:17.66 Quebec, Canada 11 August 2003
12 Assia El'Hannouni  France 02:04.96 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 9 September 2008
13 Marla Runyan  United States 02:03.18 Boston, United States 1 January 1999
20 Barbara Bieganowska  Poland 02:08.40 Paralympic Games Sydney, Australia 25 October 2000
33 Mary Rice  Ireland 02:35.04 Nottingham, United Kingdom 28 July 2001
34 Hannah Cockroft  Great Britain 02:04:84 Arbon, Switzerland 27 June 2010
36 Hanna Prokhnytska  Ukraine 03:14.00 Mykolaiv, Ukraine 6 June 2002
37 Siw Verstengen  Norway 02:46.76 Berlin, Germany 31 July 1994
38 Maria Fernandes  Portugal 02:35.90 Nottingham, United Kingdom 28 July 2001
44 Marie-Amelie Le-Fur  France 02:38.32 Stoke Mandeville, United Kingdom 7 July 2005
46 Lioubov Vassilieva  Russia 02:12.42 Villeneuve d'Ascq, France 24 July 2002
51 Leticia Lopez  Mexico 04:11.97 Etobicoke, Canada 12 July 1997
52 Michelle Stilwell  Canada 02:14.79 IPC World Championships Lyon, France 25 July 2013
53 Jessica Galli  United States 01:49.82 Atlanta, United States 29 June 2007
T54 Tatyana McFadden  United States 1:44.44 IPC World Championships Lyon, France 23 July 2013 [32]

1500 m[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date
11 Annalisa Minetti  Italy 04:48.88 Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom 4 September 2012
12 Assia El'Hannouni  France 04:19.20 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 14 September 2008
13 Marla Runyan  United States 04:05.27 Seville, Spain 1 January 1999
20 Barbara Niwiedial  Poland 04:24.85 Bollnas, Sweden 29 July 2004
33 Mary Rice  Ireland 05:05.01 Nottingham, United Kingdom 26 July 2001
34 Deborah Brennan  Great Britain 04:16.31 Birmingham, United Kingdom 17 August 2003
36 Susan Suchan  Canada 06:26.30 Saint John, Canada 11 August 1995
37 Siw Verstengen  Norway 05:40.12 Berlin, Germany 28 July 1994
38 Maria Fernandes  Portugal 05:28.51 Nottingham, United Kingdom 26 July 2001
46 Li Chun Mei  China 04:50.08 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 29 November 2006
51 V Hill  United States 07:59.80 Stoke Mandeville, United Kingdom 28 July 1989
52 Marieke Vervoort  Belgium 04:24.47 Nottwil, Switzerland 17 May 2014
54 Shelly Woods  Great Britain 03:21.22 Arbon, Switzerland 24 June 2010

3000 m[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date
11 Pavla Valnickova  Czechoslovakia 11:07.65 Barcelona, Spain 6 September 1992
12 Rimma Batalova  Russia 10:04.33 Berlin, Germany 31 July 1994
13 Pamela McGonigle  United States 10:42.99 1 January 1991
20 Arleta Meloch  Poland 09:54.26 Grudziądz, Poland 17 June 2001

5000 m[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date
11 Sigita Markeviciene  Lithuania 20:05.81 Paralympic Games Sydney, Australia 28 October 2000
12 Elena Pautova  Russia 17:50.45 Quebec, Canada 4 August 2003
13 Marla Runyan  United States 15:07.19 Seville, Spain 27 August 1999
20 Arleta Meloch  Poland 17:40.05 Budapest, Hungary 5 July 2002
52 Marieke Vervoort  Belgium 14:47.55 Nottwil, Switzerland 18 May 2014
54 Diane Roy  Canada 11:16.96 Arbon, Switzerland 26 June 2010

10000 m[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date
20 Arleta Meloch  Poland 36:46.34 Białogard, Poland 17 August 2002
54 Jean Driscoll  United States 24:21.64 Atlanta, United States 18 August 1996

Marathon[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date
11 Reiko Aotake  Japan 03:53:38 Kasumigaura, Japan 1 January 1998
12 Gabriele Berghofer  Austria 03:49:16 Vienna, Austria 20 May 2001
52 Yamaki Tomomi  Japan 02:09:50 Ōita, Japan 28 October 2007
54 Francesca Porcellato  Italy 01:38:29 Padua, Italy 24 May 2005

100 m hurdles[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date
20 Maria Sousa  Portugal 00:18.34 Rio Major, Portugal 10 June 2000

400 m hurdles[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date
20 Rabia Belhaj Ahmed  Tunisia 01:07.99 Tunis, Tunisia 7 July 2003

4×100 m relay[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date
11-13  Spain 00:48.79 Riccione, Italy 9 September 1997
20  Poland 00:51.24 Tunis, Tunisia 7 July 2003
35-38  Russia 00:54.77 IPC European Championships Stadskanaal, Netherlands 28 June 2012
42-46  Germany 00:56.50 Birmingham, United Kingdom 15 August 1998
53-54  China 00:57.61 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 16 September 2008

4×400 m relay[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date
11-13  Brazil 04:02.21 São Paulo, Brazil 6 August 2007
20  Poland 04:06.61 Tunis, Tunisia 9 July 2003
35-38
42-46
53-54  China 03:58.40 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 30 November 2006

High jump[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date
11 Vera Kroes  Netherlands 1.45 Gothenburg, Sweden 8 August 1986
11 Joke Rijswijk  Netherlands 1.45 Seoul, South Korea 19 October 1988
12 Helena Kannus-Silm  Estonia 1.57 Białystok, Poland 7 August 2001
13 Marla Runyan  United States 1.80 Colorado, United States 1 January 1995
20 Bogumila Zedig  Poland 1.65 Tunis, Tunisia 8 July 2003
42 Zhang Hai Yuan  China 1.36 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 29 November 2006
44 Michaela Daamen  Germany 1.52 Assen, Netherlands 16 June 2001
45 G Cole  Canada 1.45 New York City, United States 24 June 1984
46 Petra Quade  Germany 1.66 New York City, United States 24 June 1984

Long jump[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date
11 Purificacion Ortiz  Spain 5.21 Burgos, Spain 1 January 1997
12 Oksana Zubkovska  Ukraine 6.60 Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom 7 September 2012
13 Marla Runyan  United States 5.88 Colorado, United States 1 January 1995
F20 Karolina Kucharczyk  Poland 6.09 m IPC World Championships Lyon, France 22 July 2013 [3]
36 Claudia Nicoleitzik  Germany 3.60 Singen, Germany 20 July 2007
37 Lisa McIntosh  Australia 4.92 Canberra, Australia 6 April 2001
38 Aldona Grigaliuniene  Lithuania 4.49 Atlanta, United States 17 August 1996
42 Kelly Cartwright  Australia 4.38 Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom 2 September 2012
43 A Mullins  United States 3.36 San Diego, United States 19 April 1997
44 Marie-Amelie Le-Fur  France 5.43 Belfort, France 22 June 2012
45 Mariane Santos  Brazil 4.24 Sao Paulo, Brazil 16 June 2012
46 Carlee Beattie  Australia 6.01 Sydney, Australia 9 March 2013

Triple jump[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date
12 Marija Iveković  Croatia 12.11 São Paulo, Brazil 6 August 2007
20 Maria Orsos  Hungary 11.42 Budapest, Hungary 7 July 2002
20 Milena Ristoski  Croatia 11.54 Prague, Czech 15 June 2013

Club throw[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date Ref
F31 Sunjeong Kim  South Korea 10.98 m London, United Kingdom 1 September 2012
F32 Maroua Ibrahmi  Tunisia 24.15 m IPC World Championships Lyon, France 24 July 2013 [7]
F51 Catherine O'Neill  Ireland 15.83 m Nove Mesto, Czech Republic 18 August 2001

Shot put[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date Ref
11 Assunta Legnante  Italy 16.79 IPC World Championships Lyon, France 24 July 2013
F12 Marta Prokofyeva  Russia 13.12 m IPC World Championships Lyon, France 27 July 2013 [6]
13 Tamara Sivakova  Belarus 13.05 Madrid, Spain 25 July 1998
20 Ewa Durska  Poland 13.99 Assen, Netherlands September 2006
32 Maria Stamatoula  Greece 5.67 Athens, Greece 28 June 2006
33 Tetyana Yakybchuk  Ukraine 6.50 New London, United States 9 July 2005
34 Birgit Kober  Germany 10.25 Paralympic Games London, Great Britain 6 September 2012
35 Veronika Foltova  Czech Republic 9.47 Paralympic Games Athens, Greece 23 September 2004
36 Mariia Pomazan  Ukraine 12.35 m IPC World Championships Lyon, France 21 July 2013 [5]
37 Mi Na  China 11.58 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 11 September 2008
38 Aldona Grigaliuniene  Lithuania 12.58 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 11 September 2008
40 Raoua Tlili  Tunisia 8.95 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 15 September 2008
42 Zheng Baozhu  China 10.06 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 9 September 2008
43 Stela Eneva  Bulgaria 9.76 Olomouc, Czech Republic 17 July 2004
44 Michaela Floeth  Germany 12.58 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 9 September 2008
46 Britta Jaenicke  Germany 11.93 Paralympic Games Sydney, Australia 28 October 2000
52 Antonia Balek  Croatia 5.69 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 15 September 2008
53 Cristeen Smith  New Zealand 5.88 Berlin, Germany 28 July 1994
F54 Maria Bogacheva  Russia 7.56 m IPC World Championships Lyon, France 22 July 2013 [3]
55 Marianne Buggenhagen  Germany 9.06 Paralympic Games Athens, Greece 19 September 2004
56 Martina Willing  Germany 8.61 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 8 September 2008
57 Nadia Medjmedj  Algeria 10.93 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 9 September 2008
58 Eucharia-Njideka Iyiazi  Nigeria 10.96 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 9 September 2008

Discus throw[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date Ref
11 Liangmin Zhang  China 40.42 Christchurch, New Zealand 22 January 2011
12 Liiudya Maso Belicer  Cuba 45.06 Atlanta, United States 19 August 1996
13 Liiudya Maso Belicer  Cuba 44.67 Paralympic Games Sydney, Australia 23 October 2000
20 Ewa Durska  Poland 37.58 Tunis, Tunisia 7 July 2003
32 Gemma Prescott  Great Britain 12.11 Sindelfingen, Germany 11 July 2009
33 Tetyana Yakybchuk  Ukraine 17.05 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 10 September 2008
34 Birgit Kober  Germany 25.22 Singen am Hohentwiel, Germany 23 July 2011
F35 Mariia Pomazan  Ukraine 31.42 m IPC World Championships Lyon, France 25 July 2013 [33]
36 Wu Qing  China 28.01 Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom 31 August 2012
37 Mi Na  China 35.35 Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom 6 September 2012
38 Aldona Grigaliuniene  Lithuania 31.63 Assen, Netherlands 6 September 2006
40 Najat El Garraa  Morocco 32.37 Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom 31 August 2012
42 Zheng Baozhu  China 32.94 Rijeka, Croatia 25 May 2008
43 Stela Eneva  Bulgaria 32.22 Paralympic Games Athens, Greece 25 September 2004
44 Yang Yue  China 42.38 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 15 September 2008
46 Wu Hong Ping  China 42.12 Paralympic Games Athens, Greece 25 September 2004
51 Josie Pearson  Great Britain 6.58 Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom 7 September
52 Martina Kniezkova  Czech Republic 15.28 Paralympic Games Athens, Greece 20 September 2004
53 Cristeen Smith  New Zealand 14.46 Stoke Mandeville, United Kingdom 26 July 1995
54 Jana Fesslova  Czech Republic 19.96 Frydek-Mistek,Czech Republic 29 August 2004
55 Marianne Buggenhagen  Germany 27.80 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 9 September 2008
56 Suely Guimarães  Brazil 24.67 Mar del Plata, Argentina 9 December 2003
57 Nadja Medjmedj  Algeria 30.59 Tunis, Tunisia 17 June 2008
58 Nassima Saifi  Algeria 42.05 IPC World Championships Lyon, France 27 July 2013

Javelin throw[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date Ref
11 Martina Willing  Germany 38.62 Barcelona, Spain 6 September 1992
12 Tanja Dragić  Serbia 42.51 Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom 2 September 2012
13 Tang Guoli  China 43.82 Shanghai, China 7 May 2000
20 Sirly Tiik  Estonia 39.77 Paralympic Games Sydney, Australia 24 October 2000
33 Tina Ala-Aho  Finland 14.14 Assen, Netherlands 19 June 2003
F34 Birgit Kober  Germany 27.45 m IPC World Championships Lyon, France 23 July 2013 [32]
35 Renata Chilewska  Poland 25.59 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 10 September 2008
36 Wu Qing  China 29.55 Sharjah, United Arab Emirates 2 December 2011
37 Shirlene Coelho  Brazil 37.86 Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom 8 September 2012
38 Ramune Adomaitiene  Lithuania 32.87 Bottrop, Germany 13 June 2010
40 Raoua Tlili  Tunisia 28.30 Rabat, Morocco 16 June 2010
42 Claudia Biene  Germany 31.51 Taipei, Taiwan 16 September 2008
43 Madeleine Deouwi  France 27.97 Bangkok, Thailand 1 January 1999
44 Yao Juan  China 40.51 Paralympic Games Beijing, China 8 September 2008
46 Katarzyna Piekart  Poland 41.15 Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom 1 September 2012
52 Antonia Balek  Croatia 13.46 Wedau Duisburg, Germany 3 June 2009
53 Esther Rivera Robles  Mexico 11.87 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 13 August 2007
54 Hania Aidi  Tunisia 18.32 IPC World Championships Lyon, France 25 July 2013
55 Martina Willing  Germany 22.71 Bern, Switzerland 21 August 1999
56 Martina Willing  Germany 24.03 Berlin, Germany 13 June 2008
57 Mary Nakhumica  Kenya 23.87 Paralympic Games Sydney, Australia 29 October 2000
58 Safia Djelal  Algeria 31.12 Marrakech, Morocco 28 April 2007

Pentathlon[edit]

Class Athlete Nationality Record Competition Location Date
11 Martina Willing  Germany 2182 Barcelona, Spain 11 September 1992
12 Marija Iveković  Croatia 2877 Espoo, Finland 23 August 2005
13 Marla Runyan  United States 3661 Atlanta, United States 22 August 1996
20 Sirly Tiik  Estonia 2902 Tunis, Tunisia 5 July 2003
44 Andrea Scherney  Austria 4653 Assen, Netherlands 20 June 2003
46 Marijke Mettes  Netherlands 3928 Emmeloord, Netherlands 14 May 2005
52-53 Cristeen Smith  New Zealand 5167 Stoke Mandeville, United Kingdom 5 August 1993
54-58 Marianne Buggenhagen  Germany 5707 Berlin, Germany 27 July 1994

See also[edit]

Notes and references[edit]

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  33. ^ "McFadden takes her gold medal tally to five at the IPC World Championships". IAAF. 26 July 2013. Retrieved 31 July 2013.