1983 in hammer throw

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This page lists the World Best Year Performances in the year 1983 in the Men's hammer throw. One of the main events during this season were the inaugural World Championships in Helsinki, Finland, where the final of the men's competition was held on Tuesday August 9, 1983. (The women did not compete in the hammer throw until the early 1990s.)

Records[edit]

Standing records prior to the 1983 season in track and field
World Record  Sergey Litvinov (URS) 83.98 m June 4, 1982 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union
Broken records during the 1983 season in track and field
World Record  Sergey Litvinov (URS) 84.14 m June 21, 1983 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union


1983 World Year Ranking[edit]

Rank Mark Athlete Venue Date Note
1 84.14 m  Sergey Litvinov (URS) Moscow, Soviet Union 21.06.1983 WR
2 82.92 m  Igor Nikulin (URS) Leningrad, Soviet Union 03.06.1983
3 81.18 m  Yuriy Tarasyuk (URS) Minsk, Soviet Union 02.05.1983 PB
4 81.02 m  Juha Tiainen (FIN) Mäntyharju, Finland 30.08.1983 PB
5 80.94 m  Yuriy Sedykh (URS) Helsinki, Finland 09.08.1983
6 80.26 m  Karl-Hans Riehm (FRG) Rhede, West Germany 29.07.1983
7 80.24 m  Grigoriy Shevtsov (URS) Volgograd, Soviet Union 09.05.1983 PB
8 80.18 m  Zdzisław Kwaśny (POL) London, United Kingdom 21.08.1983 PB
9 80.04 m  Klaus Ploghaus (FRG) Rehlingen, West Germany 23.05.1983
10 80.00 m  Anatoliy Chyuzhas (URS) Stayki, Soviet Union 29.05.1983 PB
11 79.56 m  Anatoliy Yefimov (URS) Adler, Soviet Union 24.04.1983 PB
12 79.18 m  Jüri Tamm (URS) Leselidze, Soviet Union 21.05.1983
13 79.02 m  Ralf Haber (GDR) Los Angeles, United States 26.06.1983 PB
14 78.68 m  Harri Huhtala (FIN) Helsinki, Finland 06.07.1983 PB
15 78.40 m  Mariusz Tomaszewski (POL) Szczecinski, Poland 21.08.1983 PB
16 78.28 m  Viktor Bobryshev (URS) Leningrad, Soviet Union 19.08.1983 PB
17 78.22 m  Roland Steuk (GDR) Karl-Marx-Stadt, East Germany 18.06.1983
18 78.14 m  Günther Rodehau (GDR) Halle, East Germany 26.06.1983 PB
19 78.00 m  Sergey Dorozhon (URS) Moscow, Soviet Union 07.08.1983 PB
20 77.98 m  Emanuil Dyulgerov (BUL) Sofia, Bulgaria 11.06.1983 PB
21 77.88 m  Christoph Sahner (FRG) Rehlingen, West Germany 23.05.1983 PB
22 77.80 m  Boris Zaychuk (URS) Moscow, Soviet Union 11.06.1983
77.80 m  Yuriy Kashchenko (URS) Dnipropetrovsk, Soviet Union 25.09.1983 PB
24 77.78 m  Giampaolo Urlando (ITA) Formia, Italy 30.07.1983
77.78 m  Pavel Ryepin (URS) Kiev, Soviet Union 24.08.1983


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