Men's 20 kilometres walk world record progression

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The following table shows the world record progression in the men's 20 kilometres walk, as recognised by the IAAF.[1]

World Record Progression[edit]

Time Athlete Date Place
1:38:43  Hermann Müller (GER) 1911-10-04 Berlin, Germany
1:37:57  Emile Anthoine (FRA) 1913-07-13 Paris, France
1:34:15  Václav Balšán (TCH) 1933-08-13 Český Brod, Czechoslovakia
1:33:25  Fritz Bleiweiss (GER) 1936-06-07 Fürstenwalde, Germany
1:32:12  John Mikaelsson (SWE) 1937-05-30 Malmö, Sweden
1:31:44  John Mikaelsson (SWE) 1946-06-10 Stockholm, Sweden
1:31:21  Josef Doležal (TCH) 1955-06-05 Prague, Czechoslovakia
1:30:36  Vladimir Golubnichy (URS) 1955-09-23 Kiev, Soviet Union
1:30:00  Josef Doležal (TCH) 1956-07-25 Prague, Czechoslovakia
1:28:39  Vladimir Guk (URS) 1957-04-13 Kiev, Soviet Union
1:27:29  Leonid Spirin (URS) 1959-07-07 Moscow, Soviet Union
1:27:04  Vladimir Golubnichy (URS) 1959-07-15 Moscow, Soviet Union
1:25:58  Anatoliy Vedyakov (URS) 1959-09-06 Moscow, Soviet Union
1:25:22  Gennadiy Agapov (URS) 1968-07-21 Leningrad, Soviet Union
1:25:19  Gennadiy Agapov (URS) 1972-05-07 Berlin, Germany
1:24:50  Paul Nihill (GBR) 1972-07-30 Munich, Germany
1:23:40  Daniel Bautista (MEX) 1976-05-30 Bydgoszcz, Poland
1:23:30  Anatoliy Solomin (URS) 1978-07-19 Vilnius, Soviet Union
1:23:12  Roland Wieser (GDR) 1978-08-30 Prague, Czechoslovakia
1:22:19  Vadim Tsvetkov (URS) 1979-05-13 Klaipėda, Soviet Union
1:22:16  Daniel Bautista (MEX) 1979-05-19 Valencia, Spain
1:21:04  Daniel Bautista (MEX) 1979-06-09 Vretstorp, Sweden
1:21:01  Reima Salonen (FIN) 1979-06-09 Raisio, Finland
1:21:00  Daniel Bautista (MEX) 1980-03-30 Xalapa, Mexico
1:19:35  Domingo Colin (MEX) 1980-04-27 Cherkasy, Soviet Union
1:19:30  Jozef Pribilinec (TCH) 1983-09-24 Bergen, Norway
1:19:24  Carlos Mercenario (MEX) 1987-05-03 New York City, USA
1:19:12  Axel Noack (GDR) 1987-06-21 Karl-Marx-Stadt, GDR
1:19:08  Mikhail Shchennikov (URS) 1988-07-30 Kiev, Soviet Union
1:18:20  Andrey Perlov (URS) 1990-05-26 Moscow, Soviet Union
1:18:13  Pavol Blažek (TCH) 1990-09-16 Hildesheim, Germany
1:18:04  Bu Lingtang (CHN) 1994-04-07 Beijing, PR China
1:17:25  Bernardo Segura (MEX) 1994-05-07 Bergen, Norway
1:17:22  Paquillo Fernández (ESP) 2002-04-28 Turku, Finland
1:17:21  Jefferson Pérez (ECU) 2003-08-23 Paris, France
1:17:16  Vladimir Kanaykin (RUS) 2007-09-29 Saransk, Russia

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Butler, Mark, ed. (2011). 13th IAAF World Championships In Athletics: IAAF Statistics Handbook. Daegu 2011. (pdf). Monako: IAAF Media & Public Relations Department. p. 615. Archived from the original on November 23, 2012. Retrieved 28 September 2011.