5000 metres race walk

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Athletics
5000 metres race walk
Men's records
WorldTunisia Hatem Ghoula 18:05.49 (1997)
Women's records
WorldItaly Eleonora Giorgi 20:01.80 (2014)

The 5000 metres race walk is a racewalking event. The event is competed as a track race and was part of the athletics programme for men at the IAAF World Indoor Championships in Athletics until 1993. It is also an event in the World Masters Athletics Championships, and is a World record event.

Athletes must always keep in contact with the ground and the supporting leg must remain straight until the raised leg passes it. 5000 meters is 3.11 miles.[1]

World records[edit]

IAAF just ratified world records for men's indoor marks. On February 14, 1995, Mikhail Shchennikov of Russia set the 5,000 m race walk world indoor record in Moscow in a time of 18:07.08. The faster all-time men's best outdoor mark is held by Hatem Ghoula of Tunisia, at 18:05.49. The all-time women's best 5,000 m race-walk mark was set outdoor and is held by Eleonora Giorgi of Italy, at 20:01.80.

All-time top 25 racewalkers outdoor[edit]

  • + = en route to 10,000m performance
  • ht = hand timing

Men[edit]

  • Correct as of August 2019.[2]
Rank Result Athlete Nationality Date Place Ref
1 18:05.49 Hatem Ghoula  Tunisia 1 May 1997 Tunis
2 18:17.22 Robert Korzeniowski  Poland 3 July 1992 Reims
3 18:18.01 Yohann Diniz  France 27 June 2008 Villeneuve d'Ascq
4 18:27.34 Francisco Javier Fernández  Spain 8 June 2007 Villeneuve d'Ascq
5 18:28.80 Roman Mrázek  Slovakia 14 June 1989 Bratislava
6 18:30.43 Maurizio Damilano  Italy 11 June 1992 Caserta
7 18:32.46 Erik Tysse  Norway 10 August 2007 Askim
8 18:32.56 Perseus Karlström  Sweden 8 March 2019 Melbourne [3]
9 18:33.16 João Vieira  Portugal 10 May 2000 Rio Maior
10 18:35.36 Eder Sánchez  Mexico 2 July 2014 Katowice
11 18:37.22 Yusuke Suzuki  Japan 12 July 2015 Kitami
12 18:37.60 Eiki Takahashi  Japan 12 July 2015 Kitami
13 18:37.84 Daisuke Matsunaga  Japan 4 July 2018 Abashiri
14 18:38.45 Ivano Brugnetti  Italy 25 June 2009 Milano
15 18:38.97 Dane Bird-Smith  Australia 5 March 2016 Melbourne
16 18:39.28 Ever Palma  Mexico 2 July 2014 Katowice
17 18:39.65 Álvaro Martín  Spain 25 July 2015 Gijón
18 18:41.44 Ilya Markov  Russia 10 June 2000 Spala
19 18:41.83 Jared Tallent  Australia 28 February 2009 Sydney
20 18:42.0h Jozef Pribilinec  Slovakia 30 August 1985 Banská Bystrica
21 18:42.23 Callum Wilkinson  Great Britain 24 August 2019 Birmingham [4]
22 18:42.50 Giovanni De Benedictis  Italy 8 July 1991 Formia
23 18:42.66 Ralf Kowalsky  Germany 9 June 1984 Berlin
24 18:43.17 Veli-Matti Partanen  Finland 13 June 2018 Espoo
25 18:43.28 Tom Bosworth  Great Britain 2 July 2017 Birmingham

Notes[edit]

Below is a list of other times equal or superior to 18:23.60:

Women[edit]

  • Correct as of 16 October 2018.[5]
Rank Result Athlete Nationality Date Place Ref
1 20:01.80 Eleonora Giorgi  Italy 18 May 2014 Misterbianco [6]
2 20:02.60 Gillian O'Sullivan  Ireland 14 July 2002 Dublin
3 20:03.04 Kerry Saxby-Junna  Australia 11 February 1996 Sydney
4 20:07.52 Beate Gummelt  Germany 26 June 1990 Rostock
6 20:11.45 Sabine Krantz  Germany 2 July 2005 Wattenscheid
7 20:12.41 Elisabetta Perrone  Italy 2 August 2003 Rieti
9 20:15.71 Lyudmyla Olyanovska  Germany 4 June 2014 Kyiv
10 20:18.87 Melanie Seeger  Germany 10 July 2004 Braunschweig
11 20:21.69 Annarita Sidoti  Italy 1 July 1995 Cesenatico
12 20:27.59 Ileana Salvador  Italy 3 June 1989 Trento
13 20:28.05 Tatyana Kalmykova  Russia 12 July 2007 Ostrava
14 20:28.62 Sari Essayah  Finland 9 July 1994 Tuusula
15 20:29.63 Claudia Stef  Romania 19 June 1999 Istanbul
16 20:31.4 Irina Stankina  Russia 10 February 1996 Adler
17 20:36.2 Irina Petrova  Russia 19 June 2005 Saransk
18 20:37.7 Jin Bingjie  China 3 March 1990 Hefei
19 20:37.83 Kjersti Plätzer  Norway 7 July 2001 Drammen
20 20:38.0 Chen Yueling  China 3 March 1990 Hefei
21 20:38.16 María Pérez  Spain 14 July 2018 Granollers
22 20:38.2 Olga Kaniskina  Russia 19 June 2005 Saransk
23 20:40.24 Susana Feitor  Portugal 9 May 2001 Rio Maior
24 20:40.3 Tatyana Korotkova  Russia 19 June 2005 Saransk
25 20:42.9 Irayda Pudovkina  Russia 19 June 2005 Saransk

Notes[edit]

Below is a list of other times equal or superior to 20:22.75:

All-time top 25 racewalkers indoor[edit]

  • + = en route to 10,000m performance
  • ht = hand timing

Men[edit]

  • Correct as of February 2018.[7]
Rank Result Athlete Nationality Date Place Ref
1 18:07.08 Mikhail Shchennikov  Russia 14 February 1995 Moscow
2 18:08.86 Ivano Brugnetti  Italy 17 February 2007 Ancona
3 18:11.41 Ronald Weigel  Germany 13 February 1988 Wien
4 18:15.25 Grigoriy Kornev  Russia 7 February 1992 Moskva
5 18:15.54 Andrey Ruzavin  Russia 30 January 2014 Samara
6 18:16.76 Yohann Diniz  France 7 December 201 Reims
7 18:19.97 Giovanni De Benedictis  Italy 28 February 1992 Genova
8 18:21.76 Ruslan Dmytrenko  Ukraine 30 January 2014 Samara
9 18:22.25 Andreas Erm  Germany 25 February 2001 Dortmund
10 18:23.18 Rishat Shafikov  Russia 1 March 1997 Samara
11 18:23.88 Frants Kostyukevich  Belarus Volgograd 9 February 1991
12 18:24.13 Francisco Javier Fernández  Spain 17 February 2007 Belfast
13 18:27.15 Alessandro Gandellini  Italy 12 February 2000 Genova
14 18:27.80 Jozef Pribilinec  Slovakia 7 March 1987 Indianapolis
15 18:27.95 Stefan Johansson  Sweden 28 February 1992 Genova
16 18:28.70 Tom Bosworth  Great Britain 18 February 2018 Birmingham [8]
17 18:28.90 Roman Mrázek  Slovakia 5 March 1989 Budapest
18 18:30.91 Aleksandr Yargunkin  Russia 7 January 2007 Yekaterinburg
19 18:32.09 Robert Korzeniowski  Poland 21 February 1993 Spala
20 18:33.95 Ivan Kuznetsov  Russia 7 January 2007 Yekaterinburg
21 18:34.77 Sándor Urbanik  Hungary 5 March 1989 Budapest
22 18:36.71 Vladimir Andreyev  Russia 1 March 1997 Samara
Ilya Markov  Russia 22 February 1999 Spala
24 18:38.71 Ernesto Canto  Mexico 7 March 1987 Indianapolis
25 18:40.45 Andrey Makarov  Russia 1 March 1997 Samara

Women[edit]

  • Correct as of 16 October 2018.[9]
Rank Result Athlete Nationality Date Place Ref
1 20:15.6 (ht) Yelena Lashmanova  Russia 30 December 2016 Saransk
2 20:23.2 Yakaterina Ryzhova  Russia 30 December 2016 Saransk
3 20:37.77 Margarita Turova  Belarus 13 December 2005 Minsk
4 20:42.33 Yelena Gruzinova  Russia 1 March 1997 Samara
5 20:44.45 Anna Lukyanova  Russia 23 February 2010 Volgograd
6 20:48.00 Sabine Krantz  Germany 19 December 2006 Halle
7 20:48.9 Sofiya Brodatskaya  Russia 30 December 2016 Saransk
8 20:50.6 Olimpiada Ivanova  Russia 21 January 1997 Moskva
9 20:53.56 Kseniya Trifonova  Russia 23 February 2010 Volgograd
10 21:00.0 Tamara Kovalenko  Russia 23 January 2010 Moskva
11 21:02.78 Olga Mikhaylova  Russia 23 February 2010 Volgograd
12 21:06.0 Natalya Shiviryova  Russia 23 December 2006 Cheboksary
13 21:08.2 Rimma Makarova  Russia 21 January 1997 Moskva
14 21:09.7 Natalya Trofimova  Russia 24 January 1995 Moskva
15 21:11.04 Valentina Tsybulskaya  Belarus 26 February 1999 Minsk
16 21:11.9 Tatyana Korotkova  Russia 6 January 2008 Chelyabinsk
17 21:13.5 Marina Smyslova  Russia 29 January 2003 Novosibirsk
18 21:17.7 Yekaterina Koneva  Russia 8 February 2009 Shchelkovo
19 21:19.67 Olga Panfyorova  Russia 1 March 1997 Samara
20 21:20.0 Tatyana Gudkova  Russia 30 December 2000 Chelyabinsk
21 21:21.0 Larisa Yemelyanova  Russia 23 December 2006 Cheboksary
22 21:21.04 Yelena Ginko  Belarus 18 January 2008 Minsk
23 21:21.13 Lyudmyla Olyanovska  Ukraine 24 December 2014 Sumy
24 21:23.44 Brigita Virbalite-Dimsiene  Lithuania 21 February 2009 Kaunas
25 21:23.8 Zinaida Sviridenko  Russia 26 February 1992 Moskva

International medallists[edit]

African Championships[edit]

Championships Gold Silver Bronze
1988 Annaba
details
 Sabiha Mansouri (ALG)  Dalila Frihi (ALG)  Kheïra Sadat (ALG)
1989 Lagos
details
 Agnetha Chelimo (KEN)  Mercy Nyambura (KEN) Only two finishers
1990 Cairo
details
 Agnetha Chelimo (KEN)  Méryem Kouch (MAR)  Amani Mohamed Adel (EGY)
1992 Belle-Vue
details
 Dounia Kara (ALG)  Maryse Pyndiah (MRI)  Susan Bingham (RSA)
1993 Durban
details
 Dounia Kara (ALG)  Amsale Yakobe (ETH)  Felicita Falconer (RSA)
1996 Yaoundé
details
 Dounia Kara (ALG)  Nagwa Ibrahim Ali (EGY)  Monica Akoth (KEN)
1998 Dakar
details
 Nagwa Ibrahim Ali (EGY)  Dounia Kara (ALG)  Anne-Hortense Ebéna (CMR)

References[edit]

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  3. ^ "08/03/2019 Melbourne (AUS): Karlstrom obtains the new Swedish record on 5.000m track walk (18:32.56)". marciadalmondo.com. 8 March 2019. Retrieved 18 March 2019.
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  6. ^ Alfons Juck; Keven Mangan (18 May 2014). "EME News May 18th". www.american-trackandfield.com. Retrieved 12 February 2017.
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  8. ^ Jon Mulkeen (18 February 2018). "Philip, Muir and Pozzi among the winners at British Indoor Championships". IAAF. Retrieved 19 February 2018.
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