1988 in hammer throw

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This page lists the World Best Year Performances in the year 1988 in the Men's hammer throw. One of the main events during this season were the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea, where the final of the men's competition was held on Monday September 26, 1988. Sergey Litvinov (URS) claimed the title, setting two Olympic records during the final round.

Men[edit]

Records[edit]

Standing records prior to the 1988 season in track and field
World Record  Yuriy Sedykh (URS) 86.74 m August 30, 1986 West Germany Stuttgart, West Germany

1988 World Year Ranking[edit]

Rank Mark Athlete Venue Date Note
1 85.14 m  Yuriy Sedykh (URS) Moscow, Soviet Union 04.09.1988
2 84.80 m  Sergey Litvinov (URS) Seoul, South Korea 26.09.1988
3 84.16 m  Jüri Tamm (URS) Kharkov, Soviet Union 19.06.1988
4 83.78 m  Igor Nikulin (URS) Leningrad, Soviet Union 18.06.1988 PB
5 83.44 m  Igor Astapkovich (URS) Stayki, Soviet Union 31.07.1988 PB
6 83.40 m  Ralf Haber (GDR) Athens, Greece 16.05.1988 PB
7 82.52 m  Heinz Weis (FRG) Leverkusen, West Germany 28.06.1988 PB
8 82.16 m  Vitaliy Alisevich (URS) Pärnu, Soviet Union 13.07.1988 PB
9 82.08 m  Ivan Tanev (BUL) Sofia, Bulgaria 03.09.1988 PB
10 81.88 m  Jud Logan (USA) State College, Pennsylvania, USA 22.04.1988 PB
11 81.82 m  Günther Rodehau (GDR) Berlin, East Germany 13.09.1988
12 81.78 m  Christoph Sahner (FRG) Wemmetsweiler, West Germany 11.09.1988 PB
13 81.70 m  Plamen Minev (BUL) Sofia, Bulgaria 04.06.1988 PB
14 81.68 m  Tibor Gécsek (HUN) Szombathely, Hungary 13.09.1988 PB
15 81.52 m  Sergey Alay (URS) Šiauliai, Soviet Union 22.05.1988 PB
16 81.18 m  Albert Sinka (HUN) Székesfehérvár, Hungary 07.08.1988 PB
17 80.60 m  Imre Szitás (HUN) Szombathely, Hungary 11.07.1988 PB
18 80.54 m  Viktor Apostolov (BUL) Sofia, Bulgaria 03.09.1988 PB
19 80.52 m  Vasiliy Sidorenko (URS) Adler, Soviet Union 24.04.1988
20 80.38 m  Andrey Abduvaliyev (URS) Chelyabinsk, Soviet Union 16.07.1988 PB
21 80.32 m  Nikolay Lysenko (URS) Ordzhonikidze, Soviet Union 25.09.1988 PB
22 80.04 m  Benjaminas Viluckis (URS) Leningrad, Soviet Union 12.06.1988
23 80.02 m  Ken Flax (USA) Modesto, California, USA 07.05.1988 PB
24 79.24 m  Vyacheslav Korovin (URS) Leselidze, Soviet Union 15.05.1988
25 78.94 m  Sergey Dorozhon (URS) Alushta, Soviet Union 24.01.1988 PB

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