1986 in hammer throw

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This page lists the World Best Year Performances in the year 1986 in the Men's hammer throw. One of the main events during this season were the 1986 European Athletics Championships in Stuttgart, West Germany, where the final of the men's competition was held on August 30, 1986. The women did not compete in the hammer throw until the early 1990s. Soviet Union's Yuriy Sedykh broke his own world record twice during the 1986 season.

Records[edit]

Standing records prior to the 1986 season in track and field
World Record  Yuriy Sedykh (URS) 86.34 m July 3, 1984 Republic of Ireland Cork, Ireland
Standing records after to the 1986 season in track and field
World Record  Yuriy Sedykh (URS) 86.66 m June 22, 1986 Soviet Union Tallinn, Soviet Union
World Record  Yuriy Sedykh (URS) 86.74 m August 30, 1986 West Germany Stuttgart, West Germany

1986 World Year Ranking[edit]

Rank Mark Athlete Venue Date Note
1 86.74 m  Yuriy Syedikh (URS) Stuttgart, West Germany 1986-08-30 WR
2 86.04 m  Sergey Litvinov (URS) Dresden, East Germany 1986-07-03 PB
3 82.34 m  Igor Nikulin (URS) Dresden, East Germany 1986-07-03
4 82.24 m  Benjaminas Viluckis (URS) Klaipėda, Soviet Union 1986-08-24 NR
5 81.70 m  Günther Rodehau (GDR) Dresden, East Germany 1986-08-16
6 81.32 m  Klaus Ploghaus (FRG) Paderborn, West Germany 1986-05-24 PB
7 80.88 m  Jud Logan (USA) Walnut, United States 1986-04-27 PB
 Jüri Tamm (URS) Leselidze, Soviet Union 1986-05-18
9 80.70 m  Vasiliy Sidorenko (URS) Tiraspol, Soviet Union 1986-08-10 PB
10 80.68 m  Igor Astapkovich (URS) Minsk, Soviet Union 1986-06-01 PB
11 80.60 m  Ralf Haber (GDR) Dresden, East Germany 1986-08-16 PB
12 80.38 m  Christoph Sahner (FRG) Rhede, West Germany 1986-07-02
13 80.30 m  Matthias Moder (GDR) Berlin, East Germany 1986-08-20
14 80.20 m  Igor Shchegolev (URS) Volgograd, Soviet Union 1986-09-06 PB
15 79.92 m  Jörg Schäfer (FRG) West Berlin 1986-08-15 PB
16 79.84 m  Sergey Alay (URS) Minsk, Soviet Union 1986-08-31 PB
17 79.70 m  Ivan Tanev (BUL) Sofia, Bulgaria 1986-05-24 PB
18 79.66 m  Donatas Plungė (URS) Klaipėda, Soviet Union 1986-08-24 PB
19 79.32 m  Juha Tiainen (FIN) Rehlingen, West Germany 1986-05-19
20 79.30 m  Yuriy Tarasyuk (URS) Minsk, Soviet Union 1986-06-01
21 79.12 m  Albert Sinka (HUN) Budapest, Hungary 1986-08-11 PB
22 79.00 m  Sergey Ivanov (URS) Lipetsk, Soviet Union 1986-07-19 PB
23 78.92 m  Valeriy Kocherga (URS) Yalta, Soviet Union 1986-10-12 PB
24 78.64 m  Yuriy Esayan (URS) Yalta, Soviet Union 1986-10-12 PB
25 78.64 m  Kenneth Flax (USA) Indianapolis,Indiana 1986-06-03

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