List of world junior records in athletics

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World Junior Records in the sport of athletics are ratified by the International Association of Athletics Federations. Athletics records comprise the best performance of an athlete before the year of their 20th birthday. Technically, in all under 20 age divisions, the age is calculated "on December 31 of the year of competition"[1] to avoid age group switching during a competitive season.

Outdoor[edit]

Men[edit]

Key:       Awaiting ratification       not an IAAF record event       will not be ratified by IAAF

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Age Ref Video
100 m
9.97
NWI
Mark Lewis-Francis  Great Britain 4 August 2001 World Championships Canada Edmonton, Canada 18 years, 334 days
10.01
(0.0 m/s)
Darrel Brown  Trinidad and Tobago 24 August 2003 World Championships France Saint-Denis, France 18 years, 317 days [2]
10.01
(+1.6 m/s)
Jeffery Demps  United States 28 June 2008 U.S. Olympic Trials United States Eugene, United States 18 years, 172 days [3] [1]
10.01
(+0.9 m/s)
Yoshihide Kiryu  Japan 29 April 2013 Mikio Oda Memorial Japan Hiroshima, Japan 17 years, 135 days [4][5] [2]
10.01
(+1.5 m/s)
Trayvon Bromell  United States 29 March 2014 Texas Relays United States Austin, United States 18 years, 262 days [6]
200 m 19.93
(+1.4 m/s)
Usain Bolt  Jamaica 11 April 2004 CARIFTA Games Bermuda Devonshire, Bermuda 17 years, 234 days [3]
400 m 43.87 Steve Lewis  United States 28 September 1988 Olympic Games South Korea Seoul, South Korea 19 years, 135 days [4]
800 m 1:41.73 Nijel Amos  Botswana 9 August 2012 Olympic Games United Kingdom London, Great Britain 18 years, 147 days [7] [5]
1000 m 2:13.93 Abubaker Kaki  Sudan 22 July 2008 DN Galan Sweden Stockholm, Sweden 19 years, 31 days
1500 m 3:30.24 Cornelius Chirchir  Kenya 19 July 2002 Herculis Monaco Fontvieille, Monaco 19 years, 44 days
Mile 3:49.29 William Biwott Tanui  Kenya 3 July 2009 Bislett Games Norway Oslo, Norway 19 years, 120 days
2000 m 4:56.25 Tesfaye Cheru  Ethiopia 5 July 2011 Pro Athlé Tour
Meeting de Reims Champagne-Ardenne
France Reims, France [8][9]
3000 m 7:28.78 Augustine Choge  Kenya 13 May 2005 Qatar Doha, Qatar 18 years, 112 days
5000 m 12:47.53 Hagos Gebrhiwet  Ethiopia 6 July 2012 Meeting Areva France Paris, France 18 years, 56 days [10]
5000 m 12:52.61 Eliud Kipchoge  Kenya 27 June 2003 Bislett Games Norway Oslo, Norway 18 years, 234 days
10000 m 26:41.75 Samuel Wanjiru  Kenya 26 August 2005 Memorial Van Damme Belgium Brussels, Belgium 18 years, 289 days
10 km (road) 27:32+ Tilahun Regassa  Ethiopia 9 November 2008 India New Dehli, India 18 years, 296 days
15 km (road) 42:08+ Samuel Wanjiru  Kenya 11 September 2005 Rotterdam Half Marathon Netherlands Rotterdam, Netherlands 18 years, 305 days
20 km (road) 56:18+ Samuel Wanjiru  Kenya 11 September 2005 Rotterdam Half Marathon Netherlands Rotterdam, Netherlands 18 years, 305 days
Half marathon 59:11 Kenneth Kipkemoi  Kenya 11 March 2012 CPC Loop Den Haag Netherlands The Hague, Netherlands 17 years, 219 days [11]
25 km (road) 1:14:19+ Bazu Worku  Ethiopia 5 April 2009 Paris Marathon France Paris, France 18 years, 202 days
30 km (road) 1:28:15+ Tsegaye Mekonnen  Ethiopia 24 January 2014 Dubai Marathon United Arab Emirates Dubai, United Arab Emirates 18 years, 223 days [12]
Marathon 2:04:32 Tsegaye Mekonnen  Ethiopia 24 January 2014 Dubai Marathon United Arab Emirates Dubai, United Arab Emirates 18 years, 223 days [13]
110 m hurdles
(99/100 cm)[14]
13.08
(+2.0 m/s) X
Wayne Davis  United States 31 July 2009 Pan American Junior Championships Trinidad and Tobago Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago 17 years, 343 days [6]
110 m hurdles
(106.7 cm)
13.12
(+1.6 m/s)
Liu Xiang  China 2 July 2002 Switzerland Lausanne, Switzerland 18 years, 354 days
400 m hurdles 48.02 Danny Harris  United States 17 June 1984 U.S. Olympic Trials United States Los Angeles, United States 18 years, 284 days [7]
2000 m steeplechase 5:25.01 Arsenios Tsiminos  Greece 2 October 1980 Greece Athens, Greece 19 years, 257 days
5:20.44 # Ronald Kipchumba  Kenya 13 May 2005 Qatar Doha, Qatar 17 years, 217 days
3000 m steeplechase 7:58.66 Stephen Cherono  Kenya 24 August 2001 Memorial Van Damme Belgium Brussels, Belgium 18 years, 313 days
High jump 2.37 m Dragutin Topić  Yugoslavia 12 August 1990 Bulgaria Plovdiv, Bulgaria 19 years, 153 days
Steve Smith  Great Britain 20 September 1992 South Korea Seoul, South Korea 19 years, 175 days
Pole vault 5.80 m Maksim Tarasov  Soviet Union 14 July 1989 Soviet Union Bryansk, USSR 18 years, 224 days
Raphael Holzdeppe  Germany 28 June 2008 Germany Biberach, Germany 18 years, 274 days
Long jump 8.35 m
(+1.1 m/s)
Sergey Morgunov  Russia 20 June 2012 Russian Junior Championships Russia Cheboksary, Russia 19 years, 132 days [15]
Triple jump 17.50 m
(+0.3 m/s)
Volker Mai  East Germany 23 June 1985 Germany Erfurt, East Germany 19 years, 51 days
Shot put
(6 kg)
23.00 m Jacko Gill  New Zealand 18 August 2013 New Zealand Auckland, New Zealand 18 years, 241 days [16][17]
Shot put
(7.26 kg)[18]
20.65 m # Mike Carter  United States 4 July 1979 United States Boston, United States 18 years, 248 days
20.43 m # [19] David Storl  Germany 6 July 2009 Germany Gerlingen, Germany 18 years, 344 days
20.39 m Janus Robberts  South Africa 7 March 1998 South Africa Germiston, South Africa 18 years, 362 days
Discus throw
(1.75 kg)
70.13 m Mykyta Nesterenko  Ukraine 24 May 2008 Germany Halle (Saale), Germany 17 years, 39 days
Discus throw
(2 kg)[20]
65.62 m # Werner Reiterer  Australia 15 December 1987 Australia Melbourne, Australia 19 years, 322 days
63.64 m Werner Hartmann  West Germany 25 June 1978 France Strasbourg, France 19 years, 66 days
Hammer throw
(6 kg)
85.57 m Ashraf Amgad Elseify  Qatar 14 July 2012 World Junior Championships Spain Barcelona, Spain 17 years, 145 days [21]
Hammer throw
(7.26 kg)[22]
78.33 m Olli-Pekka Karjalainen  Finland 5 August 1999 Kalevan kisat Finland Seinäjoki, Finland 19 years, 151 days
Javelin throw
(800 g)
84.69 m Zigismunds Sirmais  Latvia 22 June 2011 Latvia Bauska, Latvia 19 years, 47 days [23]
Decathlon 8397 pts Torsten Voss  East Germany 6–7 July 1982 East Germany Erfurt, East Germany 19 years, 45 days
10.76 (100 m), 7.66 m (long jump), 14.41 m (shot put), 2.09 m (high jump), 48.37 (400 m) /
14.37 (110 m hurdles), 41.76 m (discus), 4.80 m (pole vault), 62.90 m (javelin), 4:34.04 (1500 m)
Decathlon (junior) 8131 pts Arkadiy Vasilyev  Russia 27–28 May 2006 Russia Sochi, Russia 19 years, 129 days
11.28/-0.8 (100 m), 7.70 m/2.0 (long jump), 14.59 m (shot put), 2.00 m (high jump), 49.17 (400 m) /
14.67/0.6 (110 m hurdles), 46.30 m (discus), 4.70 m (pole vault), 56.96 m (javelin), 4:32.10 (1500 m)
10,000 m walk
(track)
38:46.4 Viktor Burayev  Russia 19 May 2000 Russia Moscow, Russia 17 years, 270 days
10 km walk
(road)
37:44 Wang Zhen  China 18 September 2010 IAAF Race Walking Challenge Final China Beijing, China 19 years, 25 days [24]
20,000 m walk
(track)
1:20:11.72 Li Gaobo  China 2 November 2007 China Wuhan, China 18 years, 182 days
20 km walk
(road)
1:18:06 Viktor Burayev  Russia 4 March 2001 Russia Adler, Russia 18 years, 193 days
50 km walk
(road)
3:41:10 Zhao Jianguo  China 16 April 2006 Japan Wajima, Japan 18 years, 87 days
4×100 m relay 38.66 Trell Kimmons
Abidemi Omole
Ivory Williams
LaShawn Merritt
 United States 18 July 2004 World Junior Championships Italy Grosseto, Italy 19 years, 5 days
18 years, 355 days
19 years, 77 days
18 years, 21 days
4×400 m relay 3:01.09 Brandon Johnson
LaShawn Merritt
Jason Craig
Kerron Clement
 United States 18 July 2004 World Junior Championships Italy Grosseto, Italy 19 years, 138 days
18 years, 21 days
19 years, 191 days
18 years, 261 days

Women[edit]

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Age Ref Video
100 m 10.88 (+2.0 m/s) Marlies Göhr  East Germany 1 July 1977 East Germany Dresden, East Germany 19 years, 102 days
200 m 22.18 (+0.8 m/s) Allyson Felix  United States 25 August 2004 Olympic Games Greece Athens, Greece 18 years, 281 days [8]
22.11 (-0.5 m/s) A X 3 May 2003 Mexico Mexico City, Mexico 17 years, 166 days
400 m 49.42 Grit Breuer  Germany 27 August 1991 World Championships Japan Tokyo, Japan 19 years, 192 days
800 m 1:54.01 Pamela Jelimo  Kenya 29 August 2008 Weltklasse Zürich Switzerland Zürich, Switzerland 18 years, 268 days [9]
1000 m 2:35.4a Irina Nikitina  Soviet Union 5 August 1979 Soviet Union Podolsk, USSR 18 years, 201 days
Katrin Wühn  East Germany 12 July 1984 East Germany Potsdam, East Germany 18 years, 236 days
1500 m 3:51.34 Lang Yinglai  China 18 October 1997 Chinese National Games China Shanghai, PR China 18 years, 57 days
Mile 4:17.57 Zola Budd  Great Britain 21 August 1985 Weltklasse Zürich Switzerland Zürich, Switzerland 19 years, 87 days
2000 m 5:33.15 Zola Budd  Great Britain 13 July 1984 United Kingdom London, United Kingdom 18 years, 48 days
3000 m 8:28.83 Zola Budd  Great Britain 7 September 1985 Italy Rome, Italy 19 years, 104 days
Two miles 9:29.6+ (ht) [WB] Zola Budd  Great Britain 9 June 1985 United Kingdom London, United Kingdom 19 years, 14 days
5000 m 14:30.88 Tirunesh Dibaba  Ethiopia 11 June 2004 Norway Bergen, Norway 18 years, 254 days
10000 m 30:26.50 Linet Masai  Kenya 15 August 2008 Olympic Games China Beijing, PR China 18 years, 254 days
10 km (road) 31:27 a Sally Barsosio  Kenya 21 April 1996 Canada Vancouver, Canada 18 years, 33 days
31:29 Karoline Bjerkeli Grovdal  Norway 3 May 2009 Norway Oslo, Norway 18 years, 323 days
15 km (road) 47:39+ Everline Kimwei  Kenya 19 November 2006 Japan Kobe, Japan 19 years, 86 days
20 km (road) 1:05:04+ Everline Kimwei  Kenya 19 November 2006 Japan Kobe, Japan 19 years, 86 days
Half marathon 1:07:57 Abebu Gelan  Ethiopia 20 February 2009 Ras Al Khaimah Half Marathon United Arab Emirates Ras al-Khaimah, United Arab Emirates 19 years, 33 days
Marathon 2:22:38 Zhang Yingying  China 5 January 2008 Xiamen International Marathon China Xiamen, PR China 18 years, 1 day
2000 m steeplechase 6:11.83 [WYB] Korahubish Itaa  Ethiopia 10 July 2009 World Youth Championships Italy Brixen, Italy 17 years, 132 days
3000 m steeplechase 9:20.37 Birtukan Adamu  Ethiopia 26 May 2011 Golden Gala Italy Rome, Italy 19 years, 27 days [25][26]
100 m hurdles 12.84 (+1.5 m/s) Aliuska López  Cuba 16 July 1987 Summer Universiade Croatia Zagreb, Croatia 17 years, 321 days
400 m hurdles 54.40 Wang Xing  China 21 October 2005 China Nanjing, China
High jump 2.01 m Olga Turchak  Soviet Union 7 July 1986 Soviet Union Moscow, USSR 19 years, 124 days
Heike Balck  East Germany 18 June 1989 East Germany Karl-Marx-Stadt, East Germany 18 years, 303 days
Pole vault 4.63 m i Angelica Bengtsson  Sweden 22 February 2011 XL Galan Sweden Stockholm, Sweden 17 years, 229 days [27]
Pole vault
Outdoors
4.58 m Angelica Bengtsson  Sweden 5 July 2012 Folksam Grand Prix Sweden Sollentuna, Sweden 18 years, 363 days [28]
Long jump 7.14 m (+1.1 m/s) Heike Drechsler  East Germany 4 June 1983 Czechoslovakia Bratislava, Czechoslovakia 18 years, 170 days
Triple jump 14.62 m (+1.0 m/s) Tereza Marinova  Bulgaria 25 August 1996 Australia Sydney, Australia 18 years, 355 days
Shot put 20.54 m Astrid Kumbernuss  East Germany 1 July 1989 Finland Orimattila, Finland 19 years, 146 days
Discus throw 74.40 m Ilke Wyludda  East Germany 13 September 1988 East Germany East Berlin, East Germany 19 years, 169 days
Hammer throw 73.24 m Zhang Wenxiu  China 24 June 2005 China Changsha, PR China 19 years, 94 days
Javelin throw 63.01 m Vira Rebryk  Ukraine 10 July 2008 Poland Bydgoszcz, Poland 19 years, 136 days
Heptathlon 6542 pts Carolina Klüft  Sweden 9–10 August 2002 European Championships Germany München, Germany 19 years, 189 days
13.33 (100 m hurdles), 1.89 m (high jump), 13.16 m (shot put), 23.71 (200 m) / 6.36 m (long jump), 47.61 m (javelin), 2:17.99 (800 m)
5000 m walk (track) 20:28.05 Tatyana Kalmykova  Russia 12 July 2007 Czech Republic Ostrava, Czech Republic 17 years, 183 days
10000 m walk (track) 42:59.48 Elena Lashmanova  Russia 21 July 2011 European Junior Championships Estonia Tallinn, Estonia 19 years, 103 days [29]
42:43 (ht) # Svetlana Vasilyeva  Russia 27 February 2011 Russian Winter Walking Championships Russia Sochi, Russia 18 years, 218 days [30]
10 km walk (road) 41:57 Gao Hongmiao  China 8 September 1993 Chinese National Games China Beijing, China 19 years, 144 days
41:55 # Irina Stankina  Russia 11 February 1995 Russia Adler, Russia 17 years, 323 days
20000 m walk (track) 1:29:32.4 Song Hongjuan  China 24 October 2003 Japan Changsha, Japan 19 years, 112 days
20 km walk (road) 1:25:30 Anisya Kirdyapkina  Russia 23 February 2008 Russia Adler, Russia 18 years, 123 days
4×100 m relay 43.29 Bianca Knight
Jeneba Tarmoh
Elizabeth Olear
Gabrielle Mayo
 United States 8 August 2006 United States Eugene, United States 17 years, 218 days
16 years, 315 days

4×400 m relay 3:27.60 Alexandria Anderson
Ashlee Kidd
Stephanie Smith
Natasha Hastings
 United States 18 July 2004 World Junior Championships Italy Grosseto, Italy 17 years, 172 days


17 years, 361 days

Indoor[edit]

Men[edit]

Key:'       Awaiting ratification       not an IAAF record event

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Age Ref Video
50 m 5.67 Kareem Kelly  United States 19 February 2000 Los Angeles Invitational United States Los Angeles, United States 18 years, 324 days
60 m 6.51 Mark Lewis-Francis  Great Britain 11 March 2001 World Championships Portugal Lisbon, Portugal 18 years, 188 days [31]
200 m 20.37 Walter Dix  United States 11 March 2005 United States Fayetteville, United States 19 years, 39 days
400 m 44.80 Kirani James  Grenada 27 February 2011 SEC Championships United States Fayetteville, United States 18 years, 179 days [32][33] [10]
800 m 1:44.35 Yuriy Borzakovskiy  Russia 30 January 2000 Germany Dortmund, Germany 18 years, 293 days
1000 m 2:15.77 Abubaker Kaki  Sudan 21 February 2008 Sweden Stockholm, Sweden 18 years, 245 days
1500 m 3:36.28 Belal Mansoor Ali  Bahrain 20 February 2007 Germany Stuttgart, Germany 18 years, 126 days
Mile 3:55.02 German Fernandez  United States 28 February 2009 Big 12 Championships United States College Station, United States 18 years, 118 days [34]
2000 m 4:59.02 Remi Limo  Kenya 17 February 2007 United Kingdom Birmingham, United Kingdom 19 years, 14 days
3000 m 7:32.87 Hagos Gebrhiwet  Ethiopia 3 February 2013 New Balance Grand Prix United States Boston, United States 18 years, 268 days [35]
5000 m 12:53.29 Isaiah Kiplangat Koech  Kenya 11 February 2011 PSD Bank Meeting Germany Düsseldorf, Germany 17 years, 54 days [36][37] [11]
50 m hurdles, 106.7 cm 6.52+ Liu Xiang  China 24 February 2002 Meeting Pas de Calais France Liévin, France 18 years, 224 days
60 m hurdles (99.1 cm) 7.50 Konstadinos Douvalidis  Greece 11 February 2006 Greece Athens, Greece 18 years, 338 days
60 m hurdles (106.7 cm) 7.55 Liu Xiang  China 10 February 2002 Belgium Ghent, Belgium 18 years, 212 days
High jump 2.35 m Vladimir Yashchenko  Soviet Union 12 March 1978 European Championships Italy Milan, Italy 19 years, 59 days
Pole vault 5.68 m Raphael Holzdeppe  Germany 1 March 2008 Germany Halle, Germany 18 years, 155 days
Long jump 8.22 m Viktor Kuznetsov  Ukraine 22 January 2005 Ukraine Brovary, Ukraine 18 years, 192 days
Triple jump 17.14 m Volker Mai  East Germany 2 March 1985 European Championships Greece Athens, Greece 18 years, 303 days
Shot put (6 kg) 22.35 m David Storl  Germany 20 December 2009 Germany Rochlitz, Germany 19 years, 146 days
Shot put (7.26 kg) [38] 21.05 m Terry Albritton  United States 22 February 1974 United States New York City, United States 19 years, 39 days
Heptathlon (Junior) 5984 pts Eusebio Cáceres  Spain 6–7 March 2010 Spain San Sebastián, Spain 18 years, 178 days [39]
6.94 (60 m), 7.96 m (long jump), 13.19 m (shot put), 1.96 m (high jump) / 7.90 m (60 m hurdles), 4.60 m (pole vault), 2:51.42 (1000 m)
Heptathlon (Senior) 6022 pts Gunnar Nixon  United States 27–28 January 2012 Razorback Invitational United States Fayetteville, United States 19 years, 15 days [40]
7.10 (60 m), 7.53 m (long jump), 13.97 m (shot put), 2.15 m (high jump) / 8.21 m (60 m hurdles), 4.50 m (pole vault), 2:40.15 (1000 m)
5000 m walk (track) 19:04.5 Andrey Yurin  Ukraine 18 January 2003 Ukraine Brovary, Ukraine 18 years, 363 days
4 x 200m relay 1:25.36 André Volkmann
Alexander Kosenkow
Marc-Oliver Schmidtchen
Jens Weissbach
 Germany 2 March 1996 France Liévin, France
18 years, 354 days

4 x 400m relay 3:13.06 New Bern NC
Andrew Hendrix
Fuqauwn Green
Miles Sparks
Anthony Hendrix
 United States 6 February 2009 Millrose Games United States New York City, United States
4x800 m relay 7:36.99 Albemarle High School
Zach Vrhovac
Luke Noble
Garrett Bradley
Anthony Kostelac
 United States 15 March 2009 New Balance Nationals Indoor United States Roxbury Crossing, United States 17 years, 243 days
18 years, 160 days
17 years, 208 days
17 years, 254 days

Women[edit]

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Place Age Ref Video
50 m 6.24 Marlies Oelsner  East Germany 5 March 1977 East Germany Berlin, East Germany 18 years, 349 days
60 m 7.09 Joan Uduak Ekah  Nigeria 7 March 1999 World Championships Japan Maebashi, Japan 18 years, 81 days
200 m 22.40 Bianca Knight  United States 14 March 2008 NCAA Division I Championships United States Fayetteville, United States 19 years, 72 days
400 m 50.82 Sanya Richards  United States 13 March 2004 NCAA Division I Championships United States Fayetteville, United States 18 years, 292 days
800 m 2:01.03 Meskerem Legesse  Ethiopia 14 February 2004 United States Fayetteville, United States 17 years, 139 days
2:00.7 (ht) OT Katrin Wühn  East Germany 7 January 1984 East Germany Senftenberg, East Germany 18 years, 49 days
Christine Wachtel 22 January 1984 19 years, 16 days
1000 m 2:40.1 (ht) Diana Richburg  United States 7 December 1982 United States New London, United States 19 years, 158 days
2:35.80 Mary C. Cain  United States 8 February 2014 New Balance Indoor Grand Prix United States Roxbury, United States 17 years, 281 days [41]
2:38.57 OT Katrin Wühn  East Germany 14 January 1984 East Germany Berlin, East Germany 18 years, 56 days
1500 m 4:03.28 Kalkidan Gezahegne  Ethiopia 10 February 2010 GE Galan Sweden Stockholm, Sweden 18 years, 278 days
Mile 4:24.10 Kalkidan Gezahegne  Ethiopia 20 February 2010 Aviva Indoor Grand Prix United Kingdom Birmingham, United Kingdom 18 years, 288 days
3000 m 8:33.56 Tirunesh Dibaba  Ethiopia 20 February 2004 Aviva Indoor Grand Prix United Kingdom Birmingham, United Kingdom 18 years, 142 days
5000 m 14:53.99 Tirunesh Dibaba  Ethiopia 31 January 2004 Boston Indoor Games United States Boston, United States 18 years, 122 days
50 m hurdles (84 cm) 6.95 Candy Young  United States 3 February 1979 Canada Edmonton, Canada 16 years, 258 days
60 m hurdles 8.06 Ulrike Denk  West Germany 19 February 1983 West Germany Dortmund, West Germany 18 years, 285 days
Monique Éwanjé-Épée  France 22 February 1986 Spain Madrid, Spain 18 years, 226 days
High jump 1.97 m Mariya Kuchina  Russia 26 January 2011 7th Moravia High Jump Tour Czech Republic Třinec, Czech Republic 18 years, 12 days [42] [12]
Pole vault 4.63 m Angelica Bengtsson  Sweden 22 February 2011 XL Galan Sweden Stockholm, Sweden 17 years, 229 days [43][44] [13]
Long jump 6.88 m Heike Daute  East Germany 1 February 1983 East Germany East Berlin, East Germany 18 years, 47 days
Triple jump 14.37 m Ren Ruiping  China 11 March 1995 Spain Barcelona, Spain 19 years, 38 days
Shot put 20.51 m Heidi Krieger  East Germany 8 February 1984 Hungary Budapest, Hungary 18 years, 203 days
Pentathlon 4635 pts A Kendell Williams  United States 15 March 2014 NCAA Division I Championships United States Albuquerque, United States 18 years, 274 days [45]
8.21 (60 m hurdles), 1.88 m (high jump), 12.05 m (shot put), 6.32 m (long jump), 2:17.31 (800 m)
4694 pts OT Sibylle Thiele  East Germany 26 January 1984 East Germany Senftenberg, East Germany 18 years, 326 days
8.59 (60 m hurdles), 1.86 m (high jump), 14.32 m (shot put), 6.51 m (long jump), 2:20.4 (800 m)
3000 m walk (track) 12:05.6 (ht) Lyudmila Yefimkina  Russia 1 March 1998 Russia Insar, Russia 16 years, 191 days
5000 m walk (track) 21:30.1 Vera Sokolova  Russia 6 January 2005 Russia Chelyabinsk, Russia 17 years, 212 days
4 × 200 m relay 1:35.86 Long Beach Poly
Shana Solomon
Jasmine Lee
Dominique Dorsey
Shalonda Solomon
 United States 16 March 2003 United States New York City, United States


17 years, 87 days
4 × 400 m relay 3:38.91 Long Beach Poly
Dashanta Harris
Jasmine Lee
Shana Woods
Shalonda Solomon
 United States 14 March 2004 United States New York City, United States


18 years, 86 days
4 × 800m relay 8:59.37 Suffern High School
McKenna
Greany
Heidt
Consiglio
 United States 12 March 2006 United States New York City, United States
8:53.67 # Boys and Girls High School, Brooklyn
Vargas
Fernandez
Francis
Livingston ( Jamaica)
 United States 1 March 2002 United States New York City, United States

ht = hand timing
a = automatic timing
+ = en route to longer distance
# = not officially ratified by IAAF
X = unratified due to inadequate doping control
OT = oversized track

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