German Athletics Championships

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German Athletics Championships
Deutsche Leichtathletik-Meisterschaften
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2018 German Athletics Championships
Athletics pictogram.svg
Sport Athletics
Founded 1898
Country Germany
Official website www.leichtathletik.de

The German Athletics Championships (German: Deutsche Leichtathletik-Meisterschaften) are the national championships in athletics of Germany, organised annually by the Deutscher Leichtathletik-Verband.

The competition features track and field events. Separate championships are held for non-track events, including the German Cross Country Championships, German Marathon Championships and German Race Walking Championships. The championships for combined track and field events are also held separately.

The German Athletics Championships was established in 1898 during the period of the German Empire and it was among the first major national championships,[1] following on from the English, French, American and Canadian national events which had been established in the previous decade. Women's events were first held at the German national championships in 1920.[2] The men's and women's championships were held at separate locations between 1925 and 1933.[3] The competition has been held annually since its creation, with the exceptions of 1914 (year of the outbreak of World War I) and 1944–1945 (the final years of World War II).[4]

Editions[edit]

Edition Year Location Venue Dates
1. 1898 Hamburg 25 September 1898
2. 1899 Strasburg
Braunschweig
Pforzheim
14 May
6 August
24 September
3. 1900 Strasburg
Berlin
Hamburg
15 July
16 September
23 September
4. 1901 Berlin
Hamburg
30 June
22 September
5. 1902 Hannover
Frankfurt
Hamburg
3 August
17 August
31 August
6. 1903 Frankfurt
Hannover
Hamburg
23 August
30 August
6 September
7. 1904 Magdeburg
München
Hannover
Frankfurt
Berlin
19 June
10 July
24 July
21 August
4 September
8. 1905 Mülhausen
Leipzig
Hannover
16 July
23 July
24 September
9. 1906 Hannover 2 September 1906
10. 1907 Breslau 18 August 1907
11. 1908 Berlin 16 August 1908
12. 1909 Frankfurt 29 August 1909
13. 1910 Frankfurt 28 August 1910
14. 1911 Dresden 20 August 1911
15. 1912 Duisburg 18 August 1912
16. 1913 Breslau 17 August 1913
17. 1915 Berlin 19 September 1915
18. 1916 Leipzig 27 August 1916
19. 1917 Berlin 5 August 1917
20. 1918 Berlin 25 August 1918
21. 1919 Nürnberg 23–24 August 1919
22. 1920 Dresden 14–15 August 1920
23. 1921 Hamburg 20–21 August 1921
24. 1922 Duisburg 18–20 August 1922
25. 1923 Frankfurt 17–19 August 1923
26. 1924 Stettin 9–10 August 1924
27. 1925 Berlin (Männer)
Leipzig (Frauen)
8–9 August 1925
6 September 1925
28. 1926 Leipzig (Männer)
Braunschweig (Frauen)
7–8 August 1926
22 August 1926
29. 1927 Berlin (Männer)
Breslau (Frauen)
16–17 July 1927
6–7 August 1927
30. 1928 Düsseldorf (Männer)
Berlin (Frauen)
14–16 July 1928
14–15 July 1928
31. 1929 Breslau (Männer)
Frankfurt (Frauen)
20–22 July 1929
20–21 July 1929
32. 1930 Berlin (Männer)
Lennep (Frauen)
2–3 August 1930
33. 1931 Berlin (Männer)
Magdeburg (Frauen)
1–2 August 1931
34. 1932 Hannover (Männer)
Berlin (Frauen)
2–3 July 1932
35. 1933 Köln (Männer)
Weimar (Frauen)
12–13 August 1933
19–20 August 1933
36. 1934 Nürnberg 27–29 July 1934
37. 1935 Berlin 3–4 August 1935
38. 1936 Berlin 11–12 July 1936
39. 1937 Berlin Olympiastadion 24–25 July 1937
40. 1938 Breslau Jahnkampfbahn 28–30 July 1938
41. 1939 Berlin Olympiastadion 8–9 July 1939
42. 1940 Berlin 10–11 August 1940
43. 1941 Berlin Olympiastadion 19–20 July 1941
44. 1942 Berlin Olympiastadion 25–26 July 1942
45. 1943 Berlin Olympiastadion 24–25 July 1943
Tradition continued from 1946–90 in the form of a West German Athletics Championships, following division of Germany
91. 1991 Hannover Niedersachsenstadion 26–28 July 1991
92. 1992 München Olympiastadion 19–21 June 1992
93. 1993 Duisburg Wedaustadion 9–11 July 1993
94. 1994 Erfurt Steigerwaldstadion 1–3 July 1994
95. 1995 Bremen Weserstadion 30 June – 2 July 1995
96. 1996 Köln Müngersdorfer Stadion 21–23 June 1996
97. 1997 Frankfurt Waldstadion 27–29 June 1997
98. 1998 Berlin Jahnstadion 3–5 July 1998
99. 1999 Erfurt Steigerwaldstadion 2–4 July 1999
100. 2000 Braunschweig Eintracht-Stadion 29–30 July 2000
101. 2001 Stuttgart Gottlieb-Daimler-Stadion 29 June – 1 July 2001
102. 2002 Bochum-Wattenscheid Lohrheidestadion 5–7 July 2002
103. 2003 Ulm Donaustadion 28–29 July 2003
104. 2004 Braunschweig Eintracht-Stadion 10–11 July 2004
105. 2005 Bochum-Wattenscheid Lohrheidestadion 2–3 July 2005
106. 2006 Ulm Donaustadion 15–16 July 2006
107. 2007 Erfurt Steigerwaldstadion 21–22 July 2007
108. 2008 Nürnberg Easycredit-Stadion 5–6 July 2008
109. 2009 Ulm Donaustadion 4–5 July 2009
110. 2010 Braunschweig Eintracht-Stadion 17–18 July 2010
111. 2011 Kassel Auestadion 23–24 July 2011
112. 2012 Bochum-Wattenscheid Lohrheidestadion 16–17 June 2012
113. 2013 Ulm Donaustadion 6–7 July 2013
114. 2014 Ulm Donaustadion 26–27 July 2014
115. 2015 Nürnberg Grundig Stadion 25–26 July 2015
116. 2016 Kassel Auestadion 18–19 June 2016
117. 2017 Erfurt Steigerwaldstadion 8–9 July 2017
118. 2018 Nürnberg Stadion Nürnberg 21–22 July 2018
119. 2019 Berlin Olympiastadion 3–4 August 2019

Championship records[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Record Athlete/Team Date Championships Ref
100 m 10.05 (+1.8 m/s) National Record Julian Reus 26 July 2014 2014 Ulm [5]
200 m 20.20 (+0.7 m/s) National Record Tobias Unger 3 July 2005 2005 Wattenscheid [6]
400 m 44.70 Karl Honz 1972 Munich
800 m 1:44.90 Franz-Josef Kemper 7 August 1966 Hanover
1500 m 3:37.00 Thomas Wessinghage 1977 Hamburg
5000 m 13:19.08 Dieter Baumann June 1997 1997 Frankfurt
110 m hurdles 13.05 (−0.8 m/s) National Record Florian Schwarthoff 2 July 1995 1995 Bremen
400 m hurdles 48.02 Harald Schmid 1985 Stuttgart
3000 m steeplechase 8:20.47 Patriz Ilg 1985 Stuttgart
High jump 2.33 m Ralf Sonn 1993 Duisburg
Pole vault 5.94 m Raphael Holzdeppe 26 July 2015 2015 Nuremberg [7]
Long jump 8.49 m (+1.6 m/s) Sebastian Bayer 4 July 2009 2009 Ulm
Triple jump 17.34 m Charles Friedek June 1997 1997 Frankfurt
Shot put 21.87 m David Storl 25 July 2014 2014 Ulm [8]
Discus throw 69.48 m Lars Riedel June 1997 1997 Frankfurt
Hammer throw 83.04 m Heinz Weis 29 June 1997 1997 Frankfurt
Javelin throw 89.35 m Johannes Vetter 9 July 2017 2017 Erfurt [9]
10000 m walk 38:51.51 Andreas Erm 10 July 2004 2004 Braunschweig [10]
4 × 100 m relay 38.95 LAC Quelle Fürth 1983 Bremen
4 × 400 m relay 3:03.04 LAC Chemnitz 2 July 1995 1995 Bremen

Women[edit]

Event Record Athlete/Team Date Championships Ref Video
100 m 10.91 Katrin Krabbe 1991 Hanover
200 m 22.12 Katrin Krabbe 1991 Hanover
400 m 49.78 Grit Breuer 30 June 2001 2001 Stuttgart
800 m 1:58.45 Hildegard Falck 1971 Stuttgart
1500 m 3:59.58 Konstanze Klosterhalfen 9 July 2017 2017 Erfurt [11]
5000 m 15:09.39 Sabrina Mockenhaupt 2 July 2005 2005 Wattenscheid [12]
100 m hurdles 12.71 (−0.9 m/s) Carolin Nytra 17 July 2010 2010 Braunschweig [13]
12.71 (+2.0 m/s) Nadine Hildebrand 26 July 2014 2014 Ulm [14]
400 m hurdles 54.52 Heike Meißner 1994 Erfurt
3000 m steeplechase 9:25.81 Gesa Felicitas Krause 8 July 2017 2017 Erfurt [15]
High jump 2.03 m Heike Henkel 1992 Munich
Pole vault 4.77 m Annika Becker 7 July 2002 2002 Wattenscheid [16]
Long jump 7.21 m Heike Drechsler 1992 Munich
Triple jump 14.46 m (+1.0 m/s) Helga Radtke 3 July 1994 Erfurt
Shot put 20.92 m Claudia Losch 1986 Berlin
Discus throw 68.78 m Ilke Wyludda 1991 Hanover
Hammer throw 76.04 m Betty Heidler 23 July 2011 2011 Kassel [17] [1]
Javelin throw 68.86 m Christina Obergföll 24 July 2011 2011 Kassel [17] [2]
5000 m walk 20:11.45 National Record Sabine Zimmer 2 July 2005 2005 Wattenscheid [12]
4 × 100 m relay 42.99 LG Olympia Dortmund 30 June 2001 2001 Stuttgart
4 × 400 m relay 3:29.74 SC Magdeburg July 1999 1999 Erfurt

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ German Championships. GBR Athletics. Retrieved 2018-03-22.
  2. ^ Leichtathletik - Deutsche Meisterschaften (100m-Damen) (in German). Sport Komplett. Retrieved 2018-03-22.
  3. ^ |Austragungsorte der deutschen Leichtathletik– Meisterschaften seit 1946
  4. ^ Leichtathletik - Deutsche Meisterschaften (100m-Herren) (in German). Sport Komplett. Retrieved 2018-03-22.
  5. ^ "Sprinter Reus läuft deutschen Rekord". Sportschau (in German). 26 July 2014. Retrieved 27 July 2014. 
  6. ^ "Deutsche Meisterschaften" (PDF). DLV (in German). 3 July 2005. Archived from the original (PDF) on 23 November 2009. 
  7. ^ Men's pole vault results Archived 2016-03-05 at the Wayback Machine.
  8. ^ "Storl und Schwanitz eine Klasse für sich". ZDF (in German). 25 July 2014. Retrieved 14 August 2014. 
  9. ^ "Vetter defeats Röhler at German Championships, Klosterhalfen and Krause impress". IAAF. 10 July 2017. Retrieved 10 July 2017. 
  10. ^ "104. Deutsche Leichtathletik-Meisterschaften" (PDF). DLV (in German). 15 July 2004. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2006-12-16. 
  11. ^ "Vetter defeats Röhler at German Championships, Klosterhalfen and Krause impress". IAAF. 10 July 2017. Retrieved 10 July 2017. 
  12. ^ a b "Deutsche Meisterschaften" (PDF). DLV (in German). 3 July 2005. Archived from the original (PDF) on 18 December 2006. 
  13. ^ Wenig, Jörg (19 July 2010). "Harting, Friedrich and Spiegelburg confirm fine form at German championships". IAAF. Retrieved 22 July 2010. 
  14. ^ "114. Deutsche Leichtathletik-Meisterschaften" (PDF). DLV (in German). 26 July 2014. Retrieved 13 August 2014. 
  15. ^ "Vetter defeats Röhler at German Championships, Klosterhalfen and Krause impress". IAAF. 10 July 2017. Retrieved 10 July 2017. 
  16. ^ "Ergebnisliste – Stabhoch Frauen – Finale". DLV. 7 July 2002. Archived from the original on 26 August 2013. Retrieved 6 July 2012. 
  17. ^ a b "111. Deutsche Leichtathletik-Meisterschaften" (PDF). DLV (in German). 24 July 2011. Retrieved 24 July 2011.