600 metres

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The 600 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
  • ht = hand timing

Men[edit]

  • Correct as of December 2016.[1]
Rank Result Athlete Nationality Date Place Ref
1 1:12.81 Johnny Gray  United States 24 May 1986 Santa Monica
2 1:13.10 David Rudisha  Kenya 5 June 2016 Birmingham
3 1:13.21 Pierre-Ambroise Bosse  France 5 June 2016 Birmingham
4 1:13.28 Duane Solomon  United States 1 July 2013 Burnaby
5 1:13.49 Joseph Mutua Mwengi  Kenya 27 August 2002 Naimette-Xhovémont
6 1:13.80 Earl Jones  United States 24 May 1986 Santa Monica
7 1:13.9 (ht) Raidel Acea  Cuba 20 April 2013 Havana
8 1:14.15 David Mack  United States 24 May 1986 Santa Monica
9 1:14.3 A (ht) Lee Evans  United States 31 August 1968 Echo Summit
10 1:14.33 Charles Jock  United States 24 June 2015 Portland
11 1:14.41 Andrea Longo  Italy 30 August 2000 Rovereto
Matt Scherer  United States 15 June 2008 Eugene
13 1:14.47 Nick Symmonds  United States 15 June 2008 Eugene
14 1:14.48 Trinity Gray  United States 30 August 2000 Rovereto
15 1:14.55 Adam Kszczot  United States 5 August 2009 Lahti
16 1:14.6 A (ht) Larry James  United States 31 August 1968 Echo Summit
17 1:14.72 André Bucher   Switzerland 1 September 1999 Bellinzona
Gary Reed  Canada 2 September 2003 Naimette-Xhovémont
19 1:14.79 A António Manuel Reina  Spain 28 July 2012 Avila
20 1:14.8 A (ht) Mark Winzenried  United States 31 August 1968 Echo Summit
21 1:14.84 James Robinson  United States 21 July 1984 Sacramento
Casimir Loxsom  United States 1 July 2013 Burnaby
24 1:14.9 (ht) Martin McGrady  United States 17 March 1970 Melbourne
25 1:14.92 Wesley Vázquez  Puerto Rico 29 March 2014 Orlando

Notes[edit]

Below is a list of other times equal or superior to 1:14.69:

Women[edit]

  • Correct as of March 2017.[2]
Rank Result Athlete Nationality Date Place Ref
1 1:22.63 Ana Fidelia Quirot  Cuba 25 July 1997 Guadalajara
2 1:22.87 Maria Mutola  Mozambique 27 August 2002 Naimette-Xhovémont
3 1:23.35 Pamela Jelimo  Kenya 5 July 2012 Naimette-Xhovémont
4 1:23.44 i Olga Kotlyarova  Russia 1 February 2004 Moscow
5 1:23.5 A (ht) Doina Melinte  Romania 27 July 1986 Poiana Brasov
6 1:23.59 i Alysia Montaño  United States 16 February 2013 New York City [3]
7 1:23.78 Natalya Khrushchelyova  Russia 2 September 2003 Naimette-Xhovémont
1:23.78+ Anita Weiß  German Democratic Republic 24 July 1976 Montréal [4]
9 1:23.84 i (A) Ajee Wilson  United States 5 March 2017 Albuquerque [5]
10 1:24.00 i (A) Courtney Okolo  United States 5 March 2017 Albuquerque [6]
11 1:24.02 i Yuliya Rusanova  Russia 6 February 2011 Moscow
12 1:24.17 Michelle Ballentine  Jamaica 3 August 2004 Naimette-Xhovémont
13 1:24.36 Marilyn Okoro  Great Britain 5 July 2012 Naimette-Xhovémont
14 1:24.4 (ht) Patrizia Spuri  Italy 29 September 1999 Rieti
15 1:24.56 Martina Steuk  German Democratic Republic 1 August 1981 Erfurt
16 1:24.7 i (ht) Nadezhda Olizarenko  Ukraine 22 February 1987 Moscow
17 1:24.82 Helena Fuchsová  Czech Republic 17 September 2000 Gold Coast
18 1:24.85 Ines Vogelgesang  German Democratic Republic 31 July 1983 Berlin
19 1:25.04 Joanna Jóźwik  Poland 9 August 2015 Szczecin
20 1:25.05 Luciana de Paula Mende  Brazil 3 August 2004 Naimette-Xhovémont
21 1:25.2 (ht) Vera Nikolić  Serbia June 1967 Belgrade
22 1:25.23 i Tatyana Firova  Russia 27 January 2008 Moscow
23 1:25.37 Charmaine Howell  Jamaica 14 September 2000 Sydney
24 1:25.41 Kelly Holmes  Great Britain 2 September 2003 Naimette-Xhovémont
25 1:25.43 Antje Schröder  German Democratic Republic 31 July 1983 Berlin

Notes[edit]

Below is a list of other times equal or superior to 1:25.23:

References[edit]

  1. ^ "All-time men's best 600m". alltime-athletics.com. 8 January 2017. Retrieved 21 January 2017. 
  2. ^ "All-time women's best 600m". alltime-athletics.com. 8 January 2017. Retrieved 21 January 2017. 
  3. ^ "600 Metres Results". www.branchsportstech.com. 16 February 2013. Retrieved 23 January 2017. 
  4. ^ "All-time women's best 600m split during 800m race". alltime-athletics.com. 8 January 2017. Retrieved 21 January 2017. 
  5. ^ "Merritt among Olympic stars to win in US". supersport.com. 6 March 2017. Retrieved 6 March 2017. 
  6. ^ "Merritt among Olympic stars to win in US". supersport.com. 6 March 2017. Retrieved 6 March 2017.