500 metres

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Athletics
500 metres
Men's records
WorldKenya David Rudisha 57.69 (2016)
Women's records
WorldCzechoslovakia Tatana Kocembova 1:05.9 (1984)

The 500 metres is a rarely run middle-distance running event in track and field competitions.

All-time top 25[edit]

  • i = indoor performance
  • A = affected by altitude
  • OT = oversized track (> 200 m in circumference)

Men[edit]

  • Correct as of September 2017.[1]
Rank Track
Rank
Result Athlete Nationality Date Place Ref
1 N/A 57.69 (road) David Rudisha  Kenya 10 September 2016 Newcastle [2]
2 N/A 57.91 (road) Mark English  Ireland 10 September 2016 Newcastle [3]
3 N/A 59.02 (road) Martyn Rooney  Great Britain 10 September 2016 Newcastle [3]
4 N/A 59.18 (road) Sebastian Rodger  Great Britain 10 September 2016 Newcastle [4]
5 N/A 59.26 (road) Nijel Amos  Botswana 9 September 2017 Newcastle [5]
6 N/A 59.30 (road) Jack Green  Great Britain 10 September 2016 Newcastle [4]
7 1 59.32 Orestes Rodriguez  Cuba 5 February 2013 La Habana [6]
8 2 59.82 i Roddie Haley  United States 15 March 1986 Oklahoma City [7]
9 3 59.83 i Abdalleleh Haroun  Qatar 17 February 2016 Stockholm [8]
10 N/A 59.93 (road) Elliot Giles  Great Britain 10 September 2016 Newcastle [4]
11 4 1:00.06 i Brycen Spratling  United States 14 February 2015 New York City
12 5 1:00.08 Donato Sabia  Italy 26 May 1984 Busto Arsizio [9]
13 6 1:00.11 i Vernon Norwood  United States 11 February 2017 New York City [10]
14 7 1:00.17 i Ken Lowery  United States 16 January 1987 Indianapolis [11]
15 8 1:00.19 i Mark Everett  United States 28 February 1992 New York City [12]
16 9 1:00.35 Pavel Maslák  Czech Republic 3 August 2013 Cheb [13]
17 10 1:00.43 i Mike Berry  United States 14 February 2015 New York City
18 11 1:00.45 i Michael Parks  United States 16 January 1987 Indianapolis [14]
19 12 1:00.58 i (OT) Chris Giesting  United States 17 February 2013 Geneva
20 13 1:00.68 i Jakub Krzewina  Poland 1 February 2015 Spała
21 14 1:00.70 i Bershawn Jackson  United States 14 February 2015 New York City
22 15 1:00.71 i Onkabetse Nkobolo  Botswana 17 February 2016 Stockholm
23 N/A 1:00.73 (road) Guy Learmonth  Great Britain 9 September 2017 Newcastle [5]
24 16 1:00.76 i Jonathan Borlée  Belgium 14 February 2015 New York City [15]
25 N/A 1:00.80 (road) Erik Sowinski  United States 12 September 2015 Newcastle [16]
Conrad Williams  Great Britain 12 September 2015 Newcastle [16]

Notes[edit]

Below is a list of other times equal or superior to 1:00.80:

Women[edit]

  • Correct as of February 2019.[18]
Rank Track
Rank
Result Athlete Nationality Date Place Ref
1 1 1:05.9 (ht) Tatana Kocembova  Czechoslovakia 2 August 1984 Ostrava
2 2 1:06.31 i Olesya Krasnomovets  Russia 7 January 2006 Yekaterinburg
3 N/A 1:06.62 (road) Lynsey Sharp  Great Britain 10 September 2016 Newcastle [3]
4 N/A 1:06.69 (road) Perri Shakes-Drayton  Great Britain 9 September 2017 Newcastle [19]
5 N/A 1:06.70 (road) Anyika Onuora  Great Britain 9 September 2017 Newcastle [19]
6 3 1:06.76 i Olga Zaytseva  Russia 7 January 2006 Yekaterinburg
7 N/A 1:06.89 (road) Shelayna Oskan-Clarke  Great Britain 10 September 2016 Newcastle [3]
8 4 1:07.19 (road) Lisanne de Witte  Netherlands 9 September 2017 Newcastle [19]
9 5 1:07.34 i Courtney Okolo  United States 11 February 2017 New York City [20]
10 6 1:07.36 i Natalya Nazarova  Russia 8 January 2004 Moscow [21]
11 N/A 1:07.45 (road) Adelle Tracey  Great Britain 10 September 2016 Newcastle [4]
12 N/A 1:07.46 (road) Christine Ohuruogu  Great Britain 6 September 2014 Newcastle [22]
13 N/A 1:07.53 (road) Laviai Nielsen  Great Britain 10 September 2016 Newcastle [4]
14 7 1:07.67 i Olga Nazarova  Soviet Union 1988 [21]
15 8 1:07.68 i Olga Kotlyarova  Russia 7 January 2004 Yekaterinburg
16 N/A 1:08.11 (road) Eilidh Child  Great Britain 6 September 2014 Newcastle [22]
17 N/A 1:08.19 (road) Mary Abichi  Great Britain 8 September 2018 Gateshead [23]
18 N/A 1:08.27 (road) Seren Bundy-Davies  Great Britain 10 September 2016 Newcastle [4]
19 N/A 1:08.29 (road) Līga Velvere  Latvia 8 September 2018 Gateshead [23]
20 9 1:08.40 i Sage Watson  Canada 3 February 2017 New York City [24]
21 N/A 1:08.47 (road) Jenny Meadows  Great Britain 6 September 2014 Newcastle [22]
22 10 1:08.65 Aleksandra Gaworska  Poland 6 May 2018 Kraków [25]
23 11 1:08.70 i Shana Cox  United States 30 January 2010 University Park
24 12 1:08.71 i Jearl Miles-Clark  United States 31 January 2004 University Park
25 13 1:08.84 i Georganne Moline  United States 30 January 2015 New York City

Notes[edit]

Below is a list of other times equal or superior to 1:08.84:

  • Anyika Onuora also ran 1:06.94 road (2018), 1:07.04 road (2016).
  • Lynsey Sharp also ran 1:07.48 road (2017), 1:07.73 road (2018), 1:08.05 road (2014).

References[edit]

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