Pakistani records in athletics

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The following are the national records in athletics in Pakistan maintained by the Athletics Federation of Pakistan (AFP).

Outdoor[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 10.42 (0.0 m/s) Afzal Baig 12 April 2005 Islamic Solidarity Games Saudi Arabia Mecca, Saudi Arabia
10.1 (ht) Liaquat Ali 20 April 2011 Pakistani Championships Pakistan Lahore, Pakistan [1]
200 m 21.15 Maqsood Ahmed 28 September 1999 South Asian Games Nepal Kathmandu, Nepal
400 m 46.75 Saghir Ahmad 5 April 2004 South Asian Games Pakistan Islamabad, Pakistan
800 m 1:48.10 Muhammad Siddique 28 July 1974 West Germany Hannover, West Germany
1500 m 3:41.4 Muhammad Younis 11 August 1970 West Germany Cologne, West Germany
3000 m 8:05.65 Muhammad Younis 18 September 1971 West Germany Dormagen, West Germany
5000 m 14:08.4 Muhammad Younis 22 July 1977 West Germany Troisdorf, West Germany
10000 m 30:27.2 Mazhar Hussain 2 August 1977 West Germany Troisdorf, West Germany
Marathon 2:14:11 Naseer Ahmed 19 October 2003 Pakistan Rawalpindi, Pakistan
110 m hurdles 13.85 Mohsin Ali 22 March 2012 Pakistani Championships Pakistan Islamabad, Pakistan
400 m hurdles 49.90 Mohammad Amin 11 October 1994 Asian Games Japan Hiroshima, Japan
3000 m steeplechase 8:42.43 Abdul Razzaq 21 October 1989 South Asian Games Pakistan Islamabad, Pakistan
High jump 2.06 m Ahmed Bilal 3 September 2001 Pakistan Islamabad, Pakistan
Pole vault 4.91 m Adnan Anjum 7 July 2010 Pakistani Championships Pakistan Islamabad, Pakistan [2]
Long jump 7.79 m Mohammad Urfaq 21 October 1989 South Asian Games Pakistan Islamabad, Pakistan
Triple jump 16.45 m Zafar Iqbal 12 April 2007 Pakistan Karachi, Pakistan
Shot put 18.25 m Ghufran Hussain 21 May 2000 Pakistan Karachi, Pakistan
Discus throw 55.10 m Basharat Ali 26 August 2006 South Asian Games Sri Lanka Colombo, Sri Lanka
Hammer throw 68.20 m Aqarab Abbas 23 November 1995 Pakistan Islamabad, Pakistan
Javelin throw 78.25 m Zahid Ali Mahmood 17 March 2001 Pakistan Lahore, Pakistan
Decathlon 6747 pts (ht) Ghulam Abbas 14-15 March 2001 Pakistan Lahore, Pakistan
(100 m), (long jump), (shot put), (high jump), (400 m) / (110 m hurdles), (discus), (pole vault), (javelin), (1500 m)
20 km walk (road) 1:40:11 Kajal Khan 18 February 1971 Pakistan Rawalpindi, Pakistan
50 km walk (road)
4×100 m relay 40.36  Pakistan
Nazim Shah
M. Shabbaz
Afzal Baig
Muhammad Imran
6 April 2004 South Asian Games Pakistan Islamabad, Pakistan
40.2 (ht)  Pakistan
A. Liaqat
M. Imran
Afzal Baig
M. Shabbaz
13 April 2007 Pakistan Karachi, Pakistan
4×400 m relay 3:07.03  Pakistan
M.A. Saeed
B. Munir
A. Majeed
Saghir Ahmad
6 April 2004 South Asian Games Pakistan Islamabad, Pakistan

Women[edit]

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 11.81 Sadaf Siddiqui 22 April 2008 Pakistan Lahore, Pakistan
Naseem Hameed 8 February 2010 South Asian Games Bangladesh Dhaka, Bangladesh [3]
200 m 24.36 Sadaf Siddiqui 23 April 2008 Pakistan Lahore, Pakistan
400 m 55.02 Erum Khanum 23 December 2005 India Chennai, India
800 m 2:08.04 Bushra Parveen 26 August 2006 South Asian Games Sri Lanka Colombo, Sri Lanka
1500 m 4:31.41 Sumaira Zahoor 5 April 2004 South Asian Games Pakistan Islamabad, Pakistan
3000 m 11:18.96 Myra Nur Lakdawala 18 July 2012 DunRen Graded Open United Kingdom Linwood, Great Britain [4]
5000 m 19:07.61 Sajida Ramzan 16 June 2006 Pakistan Islamabad, Pakistan
10000 m 40:42.7 Rabia Ashiq 21 April 2011 Pakistani Championships Pakistan Lahore, Pakistan [5]
Marathon 4:12:36 Sadia Parveen 24 February 2002 Hong Kong Marathon Hong Kong Hong Kong
100 m hurdles 14.88 Noshee Parveen 23 April 2008 Pakistan Lahore, Pakistan
14.7 (ht) 26 February 2003 Pakistan Islamabad, Pakistan
400 m hurdles 1:01.50 Nadia Nazir 22 April 2008 Pakistan Lahore, Pakistan
3000 m steeplechase
High jump 1.69 m Rehana Kausar 27 September 1999 South Asian Games Nepal Kathmandu, Nepal
Pole vault 3.05 m Humaira Akmal 13 May 2009 Pakistan Lahore, Pakistan
Long jump 6.31 m Shabana Akhtar 26 December 1995 South Asian Games India Chennai, India
Triple jump 11.75 m Maryam Babar 26 May 2013 Pakistani Championships Pakistan Islamabad, Pakistan [6]
Shot put 14.57 m Zeenat Parveen 12 August 2005 Pakistan Islamabad, Pakistan
Discus throw 38.17 m Kalsoom Shahzadi 20 November 2000 Pakistan Islamabad, Pakistan
Hammer throw 45.03 m Razia Sultana 11 August 2005 Pakistan Islamabad, Pakistan
Javelin throw 44.78 m Parveen Akhtar 6 July 2010 42nd Pakistani Championships Pakistan Karachi, Pakistan [7]
Heptathlon 4094 pts (ht) Shabana Akhtar 24–25 April 1998 Pakistan Peshawar, Pakistan
(100 m hurdles), (high jump), (shot put), (200 m) / (long jump), (javelin), (800 m)
20 km walk (road)
4x100 m relay 47.16  Pakistan
Naseem Hameed
J. Hassan
Nadia Nazir
Sadaf Siddiqui
7 February 2010 South Asian Games Bangladesh Dhaka, Bangladesh [8]
4x400 m relay 3:44.81  Pakistan
Bushra Parveen
Sumaira Zahoor
Gulnaz Ara
Rozina Shafqat
26 August 2006 South Asian Games Sri Lanka Colombo, Sri Lanka

Indoor[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
60 m 6.79 Muhammad Imran 30 October 2007 Asian Indoor Games Macau Macao
200 m 22.71 Afzal Baig 7 February 2004 Asian Championships Iran Tehran, Iran
400 m 49.40 Muhammad Irfan 9 February 2001 Iran Rasht, Iran
800 m 1:52.08 Nadar Khan 8 March 1991 World Championships Spain Seville, Spain
1500 m 4:03.43 Uddin Saad Jalal 9 March 2001 World Championships Portugal Lisbon, Portugal
3000 m 8:46.94 Noushad Khan 7 February 2004 Asian Championships Iran Tehran, Iran
60 m hurdles 7.95 Abdul Rasheed 14 November 2005 Asian Indoor Games Thailand Pattaya, Thailand
Sadjad Ahmad Muhammad 22 February 2007 Iran Tehran, Iran
High jump
Pole vault 4.70 m Adnan Anjam 12 February 2009 Iran Tehran, Iran
Long jump 7.25 m Waseem Khan 8 February 2002 Iran Rasht, Iran
Triple jump 15.50 m Waseem Khan 8 February 2004 Asian Championships Iran Tehran, Iran
Shot put 16.52 m Muhammad Ashraf Ali 15 November 2005 Asian Indoor Games Thailand Pattaya, Thailand
Heptathlon
(60 m), (long jump), (shot put), (high jump) / (60 m hurdles), (pole vault), (1000 m)
5000 m walk
4x400 m relay

Women[edit]

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
60 m 7.78 Naseem Hameed 27 September 2005 Women's Islamic Games Iran Tehran, Iran
200 m 26.0 Erum Khanum 12 October 2001 Iran Rasht, Iran
400 m 57.75 Bushra Parveen 13 November 2005 Asian Indoor Games Thailand Pattaya, Thailand
800 m 2:12.25 Gulnaz Ara 14 November 2005 Asian Indoor Games Thailand Pattaya, Thailand
1500 m 4:43.54 Sumaira Zahoor 25 September 2005 Women's Islamic Games Iran Tehran, Iran
3000 m 11:45.13 Noreen Shagufta 27 September 2005 Women's Islamic Games Iran Tehran, Iran
60 m hurdles 9.30 Shabana Khitak 12 October 2001 Iran Rasht, Iran
High jump 1.50 m Rozina Shafqat 26 September 2005 Women's Islamic Games Iran Tehran, Iran
Pole vault
Long jump 5.97 m Shabana Akhtar 16 December 1997 Iran Rasht, Iran
Triple jump
Shot put 14.04 m Zeenat Parveen 25 September 2005 Women's Islamic Games Iran Tehran, Iran
Pentathlon 2659 pts Rozina Shafqat 27 September 2005 Women's Islamic Games Iran Tehran, Iran
(60 m hurdles), (high jump), (shot put), (long jump), (800 m)
3000 m walk
4x400 m relay 3:51.88  Pakistan 27 September 2005 Women's Islamic Games Iran Tehran, Iran

ht = hand timing

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Liaquat, Sumera shine". www.dawn.com. 21 April 2011. Retrieved 22 April 2011. 
  2. ^ "Army’s Adnan sets new record in pole vault". www.epakistannews.com. 8 July 2010. Retrieved 10 December 2010. 
  3. ^ "South Asian Games – India dominates, but Pakistan’s Naseem Hameed steals the show". IAAF. 10 February 2010. Retrieved 7 March 2010. 
  4. ^ "DunRen Graded Open 2012 Complete Results". www.thepowerof10.info. 18 July 2012. Retrieved 30 July 2012. 
  5. ^ "WAPDA end Army’s reign at National Athletics". www.pakistantoday.com.pk. 21 April 2011. Retrieved 15 January 2012. 
  6. ^ "Army retain men’s events title, WAPDA women rule". www.thenews.com.pk. 27 May 2013. Retrieved 31 May 2014. 
  7. ^ Natasha Raheel (7 July 2010). "Wapda dominate athletics championships’ opening day". www.tribune.com.pk. Retrieved 17 February 2012. 
  8. ^ "South Asian Games – India dominates, but Pakistan’s Naseem Hameed steals the show". IAAF. 10 February 2010. Retrieved 7 March 2010. 

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