National records in the marathon

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The following tables are an overview of all current national records in the marathon, as compiled by the International Association of Athletics Federations[1] and other authoritative sources of road racing statistics.[2][3][4]

Background[edit]

The IAAF is the international governing body for the sport of athletics. As of 2018, the national governing bodies of 214 countries[nb 1] and territories[nb 2] are affiliated to the IAAF as National Member Federations.[6] According to the IAAF, their lists of national records "mainly include official records as recognized by various national federations" and notes that in some cases "federations recognize invalid performances".[1] The Boston Marathon is considered the site of several national records, yet this course is invalid for the world record because it is point-to-point with a greater than allowable elevation drop -— performance aiding situations.[7]

The IAAF's list includes Palestine, whose Palestine Athletic Federation is the national governing body of athletics affiliated to the IAAF.[6][8] The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is represented in the IAAF by UK Athletics,[9] which in turn is affiliated with the athletic associations of England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales (collectively known as the Home Country Athletics Federations).[10] Although the IAAF notes only the fastest performance under the UK umbrella, these associations each compile a list of national records in track and field.[11][12][13][14] The IAAF's list includes some British overseas territories that compete under their own flags (e.g. Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, and Cayman Islands).[15]

Other road racing sources slightly differ regarding which types of political states are included in their national records lists. For example, Athletics Weekly's list includes countries of England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland, as well as the Crown Dependencies of Guernsey, the Isle of Man, and Jersey which are technically not part of the United Kingdom.[3] The Association of Road Racing Statisticians' list includes all of the above plus the British overseas territory of Saint Helena.[2] Similar list variations occur with other political states or territories affiliated with Denmark, France, and New Zealand.

Another important reference source is the 2018 edition of NATIONAL ATHLETICS RECORDS (NAR) for all countries in the world by Winfried Kramer with the assistance of Heinrich Hubbeling, Yves Pinaud and Steffan Stube.

Several national records were run on a date when an athlete represented a country currently no longer in existence such as the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia. On achieving independence the appropriate national federation of the current national state retroactively recognized them as valid NRs.

Marathon records by region[edit]

The following table contains marathon records within each world region.[16]

Men[edit]

Region Country/Territory Time Athlete Date Place
Africa  Kenya 2:01:39 Eliud Kipchoge 16 Sep 2018 Berlin
Asia  Bahrain 2:04:43 El Hassan El-Abbassi 2 Dec 2018 Valencia
Europe  United Kingdom 2:05:11 Mo Farah 7 Oct 2018 Chicago
North/Central America  United States 2:05:38 Khalid Khannouchi 14 Apr 2002 London
Oceania  Australia 2:07:51 Robert de Castella 21 Apr 1986 Boston
South America  Brazil 2:06:05 Ronaldo da Costa 20 Sep 1998 Berlin

Women[edit]

Region Country/Territory Time Athlete Date Place
Africa  Kenya 2:17:01 Mary Keitany 23 Apr 2017 London
Asia  Japan 2:19:12 Mizuki Noguchi 25 Sep 2005 Berlin
Europe  United Kingdom 2:15:25 Paula Radcliffe 13 Apr 2003 London
North/Central America  United States 2:19:36 Deena Kastor 23 Apr 2006 London
Oceania  Australia 2:22:36 Benita Willis 22 Oct 2006 Chicago
South America  Peru 2:26:48 Ines Melchor 28 Sep 2014 Berlin

Men's national records[edit]

Key:
  Performances listed as national records by the International Association of Athletics Federations.
  Additional performances listed as national records by other road racing authorities.

Country/Territory Time Athlete Date Place Ref
 Afghanistan 2:28:46 Waheed Karim 02 Dec 1990 Sacramento
 Albania 2:25:29 Remzi Laho 29 Sep 1991 Burgas
 Algeria 2:09:54 Rachid Ziar 7 Apr 2002 Paris
 American Samoa 2:25:35 Gary Fanelli 10 Sep 1988 Seoul Note[nb 3]
 Andorra 2:14:25 Antoni Bernadó 16 Mar 2003 Barcelona
 Angola 2:11:40 João n'Tyamba 30 Sep 2001 Berlin
 Antigua and Barbuda 2:31:49 Cordover Simon 28 Aug 1994 Victoria
 Argentina 2:09:57 Antonio Silio 30 Apr 1995 Hamburg
 Armenia 2:20:36 Ashik Mkhitarian 4 Apr 1968 Uzhgorod
 Aruba 2:13:43 Kim Reynierse 10 Sep 1989 Berchem
 Australia 2:07:51 Robert de Castella 21 Apr 1986 Boston Note[nb 4]
 Austria 2:10:44 Lemawork Ketema 7 Apr 2019 Vienna [17]
 Azerbaijan 2:11:22 Tilahun Aliyev 25 Jan 2013 Dubai [18]
 Bahamas 2:34:00 Delroy Boothe 18 Dec 1999 Jacksonville
 Bahrain 2:04:43 El Hassan El-Abbassi 2 Dec 2018 Valencia [19]
 Bangladesh 2:22:03 Ali Mohamed 7 Mar 1987 Dhaka
 Barbados 2:29:40 Reuben McColin 4 Dec 1988 Bridgetown
 Belarus 2:10:58 Vladimir Kotov 24 May 1980 Moscow
 Belgium 2:07:03 Bashir Abdi 28 Apr 2019 London [20]
 Belize 2:22:01 Patrick Fuller 8 Feb 2003 Birmingham, USA
 Benin 2:24:53 Patrice Lompo 11 Feb 2012 Parakou
 Bermuda 2:19:55 Christopher Estwanik 15 Apr 2013 Boston [21]
 Bhutan 2:44:21 Passang Passang 23 May 2010 Wangdue Phodrang
 Bolivia 2:17:49 Juan Camacho 7 Apr 1984 Maassluis
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 2:15:55 Sead Kondo 3 May 1975 Karl-Marx-Stadt
 Botswana 2:14:57 John James 24 Jul 2004 Selebi-Phikwe Note[nb 5]
 Brazil 2:06:05 Ronaldo da Costa 20 Sep 1998 Berlin
 British Virgin Islands 2:36:54 Rasalula Nagarit 11 Nov 2008 Baltimore [22]
 Brunei 2:41:12 Sifli Anak Ahar 14 Oct 2008 Kota Kinabalu Note[nb 6]
 Bulgaria 2:11:26 Christo Stefanov 19 Oct 1997 Sofia
 Burkina Faso 2:34:14 Salifou Guebre 2 Feb 2014 Bamako Note[nb 7]
 Burundi 2:09:48 Olivier Irabaruta 4 Nov 2018 Porto [23]
 Cambodia 2:23:29 Hem Bunting 15 Apr 2012 Paris [24]
 Cameroon 2:18:35 Paul Kuete 8 Dec 1993 Palermo
 Canada 2:09:25 Cam Levins 21 Oct 2018 Toronto [25]
 Cape Verde 2:18:47 Ruben Sança 10 Apr 2011 Rotterdam Note [nb 8]
 Cayman Islands 2:40:28 Tony Keely 22 Oct 2000 Chicago
 Central African Republic 2:18:06 Ernest Ndjissipou 30 Aug 2003 Paris
 Chad 2:19:34 Ahmat Abdou-Daoud 29 Nov 2015 France
 Chile 2:12:19 Omar Aguilar 17 Apr 1988 Rotterdam
 People's Republic of China 2:08:15 Ren Longyun 21 Oct 2007 Beijing
 Chinese Taipei 2:14:35 Gi-sheng Hsu 25 Feb 1995 Beppu
 Colombia 2:11:17 Carlos Grisales 15 Apr 1996 Boston
 Comoros 2:35:43 Youssouf Gagou 18 Sep 1998 Saint-Paul, Réunion
 Cook Islands 2:51:26 Muriaroa Ngaro 3 May 1980 Avarua
 Costa Rica 2:13:23 José Luis Molina 3 Mar 1996 Los Angeles
 Côte d'Ivoire 2:22:19 Bassirima Soro 2 Feb 2003 Miami Note[nb 9]
 Croatia 2:17:05 Drago Paripović 29 Mar 1992 Bologna
 Cuba 2:10:53 Ignacio A. Cuba 13 Dec 1992 Mérida Note[nb 10]
 Curacao 2:55:50 Herman Couoperus 6 Nov 2016 New York City
 Cyprus 2:19:51 Marios Kassianidis 8 Oct 1982 Brisbane
 Czech Republic 2:11:57 Karel David 23 May 1993 Hamburg Note[nb 11]
 Democratic Republic of the Congo 2:08:55 Patrick Tambwé 20 Jun 2004 Mont St. Michel
 Denmark 2:09:43 Henrik Jørgensen 21 Apr 1985 London
 Djibouti 2:07:07 Ahmed Saleh 17 Apr 1988 Rotterdam
 Dominica 3:18:24 Lindson Lynch 29 Jul 2006 Cartagen
 Dominican Republic 2:26:00 Pablo Arroyo 28 Dec 1986 Santo Domingo
 East Timor 2:26:46 Romenio de Deus Maia 19 Aug 2017 |
 Ecuador 2:09:49 Silvio Guerra 19 Oct 1997 Chicago
 Egypt 2:19:39 Aissa Rezah Abou Diaf 25 Dec 1997 Al Arish
 El Salvador 2:26:57 Víctor Vasquez 13 Jan 1990 Tegucigalpa
 England 2:05:11 Mo Farah 7 Oct 2018 Chicago [26]
 Equatorial Guinea 3:02:00 Candido Owono Nsang 15 Mar 1992 Barcelona
 Eritrea 2:06:36 Okubay Tsegay 17 Feb 2019 Seville [27]
 Estonia 2:08:53 Pavel Loskutov 7 Apr 2002 Paris
 Ethiopia 2:02:55 Mosinet Geremew 28 Apr 2019 London [28]
 Falkland Islands 2:43:31 Hugh Marsden 28 Aug 1994 Victoria, Canada
 Faroe Islands 2:27:53 Absalon Hansen 24 Apr 1988 Hamburg
 Federated States of Micronesia 2:52:29 Elías Rodríguez 14 Jul 1990 San Antonio, USA
 Fiji 2:23:33 Binesh Prasad 24 Feb 1989 Las Vegas
 Finland 2:10:46 Janne Holmén 13 Apr 2008 Rotterdam
 France 2:06:36 Benoît Zwierzchiewski 6 Apr 2003 Paris
 French Polynesia 2:25:28 Jean-Louis Bounhoure 7 Aug 1983 Apia
 Gabon 2:31:59 Jean-Marc Leandro 9 Nov 2008 Cannes
 Gambia 2:22:06 Ousman Jaiteh 7 Apr 2019 Milan [29]
 Georgia 2:16:17 Daviti Kharazishvili 27 Sep 2015 Berlin [30]
 Germany 2:08:33 Arne Gabius 25 Oct 2015 Frankfurt [31]
 Ghana 2:18:43 Emanuel Amoo 11 Nov 1990 Lagos
 Gibraltar 2:32:02 Jimmy Parodi 6 Apr 1985 Gibraltar
 Greece 2:12:04 Spyros Andriopoulos 9 Oct 1988 Berlin
 Greenland 2:24:53 Janus Eigaard 21 May 2000 Copenhagen
 Grenada 2:46:50 Findlay O'Neal 4 Jun 1995 Port of Spain
 Guam 2:31:44 Wayne Blas 5 Nov 2016 Indianapolis
 Guatemala 2:12:53 Alfredo Arevalo 30 May 2004 Ottawa
 Guernsey 2:13:41[32] Lee Merrien 22 Apr 2012 London
 Guinea 2:16:48 Alhassane Bangoura 25 Feb 2018 Seville
 Guinea-Bissau 2:29:04 Joaquim Moreira da Silva 8 Nov 1987 Lisbon
 Guyana 2:25:02 Andrew Smith 29 May 2004 Louisville
 Haiti 2:14:22 Dieudonné Lamothe 16 Apr 1988 Gagny
 Honduras 2:17:49 Clovis Morales 24 Apr 1977 Porz
 Hong Kong 2:24:43 Tsui Chi Hin 16 Sep 2018 Berlin
 Hungary 2:12:10 Csaba Szűcs 25 Apr 1993 Paris
 Iceland 2:17:12 Kari Steinn Karlsson 25 Sep 2011 Berlin
 India 2:12:00 Shivnath Singh 28 May 1978 Jalandhar Note[nb 12]
 Indonesia 2:19:18 Eduardus Nabunome 12 Sep 1993 Jakarta
 Iran 2:17:41 Mohammad Jafar Moradi 23 Jan 2015 Dubai [33]
 Iraq 2:21:54 Sadoun Nassir 3 Jan 1982 Baghdad
 Ireland 2:09:15 John Treacy 18 Apr 1988 Boston Note[nb 13]
 Isle of Man 2:23:34[2][3] Dave Cowell 31 Jan 1974 Christchurch
 Israel 2:09:54 Girmaw Amare 05 May 2019 Prague [34]
 Italy 2:07:22 Stefano Baldini 23 Apr 2006 London
 Jamaica 2:16:39 Derrick Adamson 25 Nov 1984 Philadelphia
 Japan 2:05:50 Suguru Osako 7 Oct 2018 Chicago [26]
 Jersey 2:22:36 William Tweed 23 Apr 1989 London, Great Britain
 Jordan 2:17:24 Methkal Abu Drais 25 Jan 2015 Marrakesh [35]
 Kazakhstan 2:11:59 Nikolay Penzin 3 Sep 1978 Prague
 Kenya 2:01:39 Eliud Kipchoge 16 Sep 2018 Berlin [36]
 Kosovo 2:29:36 Rexhep Ajvazaj 9 Feb 1997 Las Vegas
 Kuwait 2:34:25 Ateya Seoud Khallaf 17 Dec 1978 Bangkok
 Kyrgyzstan 2:11:16 Satymkul Dzhumanazarov 24 May 1980 Moscow
 Laos 2:43:45 Sysavath Thammavongchit 24 Feb 2013 Vientiane
 Latvia 2:14:24 Valērijs Žolnerovičs 14 May 2017 Riga
 Lebanon 2:20:31 Hussein Awadah 7 Nov 2010 Beirut [37]
 Lesotho 2:09:47 Motloka Nkhabutlane 9 Apr 2017 Paris
 Liberia 3:00:15 Raymond Dovenon 25 Aug 2013 Monrovia
 Libya 2:13:33 Ali Zayed Mabrouk 23 Nov 2008 Milan
 Liechtenstein 2:23:55 Marcel Tschopp 09 Oct 2011 Chicago
 Lithuania 2:12:35 Česlovas Kundrotas 26 Oct 1997 Frankfurt
 Luxembourg 2:14:03 Justin Gloden 19 May 1985 Frankfurt
 Macao 2:28:22 Lam-weng Hei 5 Jun 1994 Melbourne
 Macedonia 2:25:06 Trpe Martinovski 17 Sep 2000 Novi Sad Note[nb 14]
 Madagascar 2:17:14 Jules Randrianarivelo 29 Jul 1979 Moscow
 Malawi 2:17:18 Smartex Tambala 2 Feb 1991 Las Vegas Note[nb 15]
 Malaysia 2:25:07 Chan Yew Woo 17 Jun 2012 Duluth [38]
 Maldives 2:32:56 Mohamed Shifaz 25 Jan 2019 Dubai [39]
 Mali 2:34:16 Siaka Sangaré 23 Jan 2011 Bamako [40]
 Malta 2:26:29 Jonathan Balzan 24 Feb 2008 Sliema Note[nb 16]
 Martinique 2:27:03 Claude Nohile 30 Jan 2000 Port-of-Spain
 Mauritania 2:43:10 Majid Touré 13 Apr 2008 Rotterdam Note[nb 17]
 Mauritius 2:18:20 David Carver 17 Apr 2016 Hamburg [41]
 Mexico 2:07:19 Andres Espinosa 18 Apr 1994 Boston Note[nb 18]
 Moldova, Republic of 2:08:32 Jaroslav Mushinschi 2 May 2010 Düsseldorf [42]
 Monaco 2:56:52 Sonny Folcheri 23 Apr 2017 Vienna [43]
 Mongolia 2:08:50 Ser-Od Bat-Ochir 7 Dec 2014 Fukuoka [44]
 Montenegro 2:24:18 Drago Musić 4 Oct 1998 Podgorica
 Morocco 2:05:26 Al Mahjoub Dazza 2 Dec 2018 Valencia
 Mozambique 2:31:20 Yancubo Issufo 4 Dec 2011 Macau
 Myanmar 2:19:57 Khin Soe 17 Dec 1978 Bangkok
 Namibia 2:09:08 Luketz Swartbooi 18 Apr 1994 Boston Note[nb 19]
 Nauru 3:48:06 Karl Hartman ?? ??? 1968 Nauru
   Nepal 2:15:03 Baikuntha Manandhar 10 May 1987 Calcutta Note[nb 20]
 Netherlands 2:06:17 Abdi Nageeye 7 Apr 2019 Rotterdam [45]
 Netherlands Antilles 2:57:28 Herman Couperus 17 Mar 2007 Curaçao Note[nb 21]
 New Caledonia 2:11:59 Alain Lazare 12 Feb 1984 Tokyo
 New Zealand 2:08:19 Zane Robertson 7 Jul 2019 Gold Coast [46]
 Nicaragua 2:20:39 William Aguirre 13 Jan 1990 Tegucigalpa
 Niger 2:25:05 Abdou Manzo 2 Oct 1988 Seoul
 Nigeria 2:16:06 Mohamed Abbas 11 Nov 1990 Lagos
 Niue 3:30:00 Simpson Ikimau 19 Oct 1982 Paliati
 Norfolk Island 3:30:20 James Donaldson 28 Jul 2002 Manchester, UK
 North Korea 2:09:26 Li Jong Hyong 19 Oct 1983 Pyongyang Note[nb 22]
 Northern Ireland 2:13:06 Gregory Hannon 13 May 1979 Coventry
 Northern Mariana Islands 2:44:44 Eli Torgeson 17 Apr 2006 Boston
 Norway 2:05:48 Sondre Nordstad Moen 3 Dec 2017 Fukuoka [47]
 Oman 2:44:01 Sami Al-Saidi 18 Jan 2019 Muscat
 Pakistan 2:14:11 Naseer Ahmad 19 Dec 2003 Rawalpindi Note[nb 23]
 Palestinian territories 2:29:28 Ihab Salama 16 Apr 2000 Rotterdam
 Panama 2:15:57 Jorge Castelblanco 17 Apr 2016 Hamburg
 Papua New Guinea 2:28:13 Tau John Tokwepota 7 Dec 1980 Honolulu
 Paraguay 2:12:54 Derlis Ayala 27 Jul 2019 Lima 2:12:54 [48]
 Peru 2:11:01 Raúl Pacheco 12 Apr 2015 Rotterdam [49]
 Philippines 2:18:44 Eduardo Buenavista 1 Feb 2004 Ōita
 Poland 2:07:39 Henryk Szost 4 Mar 2012 Ōtsu [50]
 Portugal 2:06:36 António Pinto 16 Apr 2000 London
 Puerto Rico 2:12:43 Jorge González 28 Aug 1983 Caracas
 Qatar 2:07:19 Mubarak Hassan Shami 15 Apr 2007 Paris
 Republic of the Congo 2:26:01 Bernard Tsati 16 Sep 1990 Puteaux
 Réunion 2:19:17 Jean-Jacques Prianon 1 May 1977 Nogent sur Marne
 Romania 2:12:30 Catalin Andreica 3 Sep 1978 Prague Note[nb 24]
 Russia 2:09:07 Aleksey Sokolov 29 Oct 2007 Dublin
 Rwanda 2:09:55 Mathias Ntawulikuri 16 Apr 2000 London
 Saint Helena 3:11:21 Erroll Duncan 19 Mar 2006 Melbourne
 Saint Kitts and Nevis 2:38:48 Jesse Mulcaire 5 Nov 1989 New York City
 Saint Lucia 2:16:06 Joseph Zepherinus 5 Oct 2003 Saint Paul, USA
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 2:15:30 Pamenos Ballantyne 26 Jan 2003 Port-of-Spain Note[nb 25]
 Samoa 2:41:50 Amani Tapusoa 22 Mar 1969 Apia
 San Marino 2:21:19 Gian Luigi Macina 27 Oct 1991 Carpi
 Sao Tome and Principe 2:38:32 Mario Pitra 29 Jun 1980 Brazzaville
 Saudi Arabia 2:20:35 Abdullah Al-Sadiq 30 Sep 2001 Budapest
 Scotland 2:08:14 Callum Hawkins 28 Apr 2019 London [51]
 Senegal 2:25:01 Samba Faye 14 Feb 2016 Dakar [52]
 Serbia 2:13:57 Borislav Devic 15 Jan 1995 Houston Note[nb 26]
 Seychelles 2:25:48 Albert Marie 23 Oct 1988 Victoria
 Sierra Leone 2:33:38 Idrissa Kargbo 13 Apr 2014 London [53]
 Singapore 2:23:42 Soh Rui Yong 17 Mar 2019 Seoul [54]
 Slovakia 2:09:53 Robert Stefko 26 Apr 1998 London Note[nb 27]
 Slovenia 2:11:50 Roman Kejžar 26 Mar 2000 Turin
 Solomon Islands 2:36:16 Mackay Talasasa 8 Oct 1982 Brisbane
 Somalia 2:17:24 Ahmed Mohamed Ismail 19 Oct 1986 Detroit
 South Africa 2:06:33 Gert Thys 14 Feb 1999 Tokyo
 South Korea 2:07:20 Lee Bong-Ju 13 Feb 2000 Tokyo
 South Sudan 2:14:32 Guor Marial 2 Oct 2011 Saint Paul, USA
 Spain 2:06:52 Julio Rey 23 Apr 2006 Hamburg
 Sri Lanka 2:13:47 Anuradha Cooray 26 Apr 2015 London [55]
 Sudan 2:19:51 John Narat 10 Mar 1977 Khartoum
 Suriname 2:39:11 Radjinder Patan 27 Nov 2005 Paramaribo Note[nb 28]
 Swaziland 2:12:54 Richard Mabuza 31 Jan 1974 Christchurch Note[nb 29]
 Sweden 2:10:38 Kjell-Erik Ståhl 14 Aug 1983 Helsinki
  Switzerland 2:06:40 Tadesse Abraham 20 Mar 2016 Seoul [56]
 Syria 2:26:27 Ahmed Saker 26 Dec 1985 Latakia
 Tahiti 2:25:28 Jean-Louis Boonma 7 Aug 1983 Apia
 Tajikistan 2:18:40 Anatoliy Belogurov 20 Jun 1980 Moscow Note[nb 30]
 Tanzania 2:07:46 Augustino Sulle 21 Oct 2018 Toronto [25]
 Thailand 2:16:56 Tony Ah-Thit Payne 28 Oct 2018 Frankfurt [57]
 Togo 2:30:17 Outcha Améwouho 11 Nov 1990 Lomé
 Tonga 2:45:04 Tongia Vakaafi 2 Mar 2013 Phoenix
 Trinidad and Tobago 2:13:03 Ronnie Holassie 29 Apr 2001 Cleveland
 Tunisia 2:12:36 Tahar Manjouri 14 Jan 1996 Marrakesh
 Turkey 2:05:27 Kaan Kigen Özbilen 7 Apr 2019 Rotterdam [58]
 Turkmenistan 2:15:53 Rashid Kakadshanov 5 Oct 1980 Uzhgorod
 Uganda 2:06:33 Stephen Kiprotich 22 Feb 2015 Tokyo [59]
 Ukraine 2:07:15 Dmytry Baranovskiy 3 Dec 2006 Fukuoka
 United Arab Emirates 2:23:42 Jassim Abbas Ali 11 Jan 2002 Dubai
 United Kingdom 2:05:11 Mo Farah 7 Oct 2018 Chicago [26]
 United States 2:05:38 Khalid Khannouchi 14 Apr 2002 London Note[nb 31]
 United States Virgin Islands 2:18:50 Eduardo Garcia 20 Jan 2019 Houston [60]
 Uruguay 2:12:48 Néstor García 24 Oct 1999 Chicago
 Uzbekistan 2:13:28 Vladimir Beloborodov 15 Jun 1985 Mogilev
 Venezuela 2:11:25 Carlos Tarazona 30 Apr 2000 Cleveland
 Viet Nam 2:21:51 Nguyen Chi Dong 12 Dec 2003 Hanoi
 Wales 2:07:13 Steve Jones 20 Oct 1985 Chicago
 Yemen 2:40:41 Mohamed Al-Saadi 4 Aug 1996 Atlanta
 Zambia 2:11:35 Jordan Chipangama 20 Jun 2015 Duluth [61]
 Zimbabwe 2:09:52 Cuthbert Nyasango 11 May 2014 Prague [62]

Women's national records[edit]

Country/Territory Time Athlete Date Place Ref
 Afghanistan 3:16:47 Layegha Hashemi 20 Sep 2009 Sydney [63]
 Albania 2:58:54 Lena Josifi 7 Oct 2012 Chicago [64]
 Algeria 2:25:08 Souad Aït Salem 18 Mar 2007 Rome
 American Samoa 3:57:15 Faye Ondelacy 19 Jun 1999 Anchorage
 Andorra 3:09:49 Dulce Casanova 19 Nov 2017 Valencia
 Angola 3:48:29 Cristina Saraiva 02 Nov 2014 Porto
 Argentina 2:35:12 Griselda Gonzalez 28 Jul 1996 Atlanta
 Armenia 2:56:57 Alexa Babakhanian 12 Aug 2001 Edmonton
 Aruba 2:53:24 Cornelia Melis 23 Sep 1988 Seoul
 Australia 2:22:36 Benita Johnson 22 Oct 2006 Chicago
 Austria 2:30:43 Andrea Mayr 19 Apr 2009 Vienna
 Azerbaijan 2:42:24 Hadiyes Benafeta 22 Apr 2018 Agadir
 Bahamas 2:54:37 Giselle Pyfrom 16 Dec 1995 Jacksonville
 Bahrain 2:21:17 Eunice Jepkurui Kirwa 12 Mar 2017 Nagoya
 Barbados 3:06:07 Caroline Moorat 7 Jun 1987 Port of Spain
 Belarus 2:23:54 Volha Mazuronak 24 Apr 2016 London
 Belgium 2:23:05 Marleen Renders 7 Apr 2002 Paris
 Belize 3:05:13 Melissa Henderson 15 Jan 2007 Houston
 Benin 2:54:46 Bentille Alassane 6 Feb 2016 Parakou [65]
 Bermuda 2:54:18 Deborah Butterfield 14 Jan 1990 Hamilton
 Bhutan 3:22:23 Deki Yangzom 5 Nov 2017 New York City
 Bolivia 2:43:24 Tania Chavez Moser 20 Jan 2019 Houston
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 2:35:47 Lucia Kimani 17 Aug 2008 Beijing
 Botswana 2:51:32 Onkemetse Solotate 10 Feb 2008 Durban
 Brazil 2:27:41 Carmem de Oliveira 18 Apr 2004 Boston
 British Virgin Islands 4:24:44 Anna Kinkead 11 Jan 2016 Orlando
 Brunei 3:56:11 Jacqueline Teo Cheng Nee 7 Dec 2008 Singapore
 Bulgaria 2:35:02 Galina Goranova 21 Jan 1996 Houston
 Burkina Faso 4:00:37 Nicole Badolo 29 May 2010 Ouagadougou
 Burundi 2:27:50 Diane Nukuri-Johnson 26 Apr 2015 London [66]
 Cambodia 2:59:42 Nary Ly 15 Nov 2015 Valencia
 Cameroon 2:58:47 Immaculate Tari Wirngo 21 Apr 2008 Boston
 Canada 2:26:56 Rachel Cliff 10 Mar 2019 Nagoya [67]
 Cape Verde 3:00:19 Sonia Lopes 9 May 2004 Custoza
 Cayman Islands 2:37:41 Michelle Bush 8 Dec 1991 Sacramento
 Central African Republic 3:28:41 Virginie Gloum 11 Jun 1994 Bondoufle
 Chad 2:51:21 Bibiro Ali Taher 26 Nov 2017 La Rochelle
 Chile 2:32:23 Érika Olivera 18 Apr 1999 Rotterdam
 People's Republic of China 2:19:39 Sun Yingjie 19 Oct 2003 Beijing
 Chinese Taipei 2:36:14 Tsao Chun-yu 03 Mar 2019 Tokyo [68]
 Colombia 2:29:36 Kellys Arias 17 Apr 2016 Hamburg [69]
 Comoros 3:56:54 Zalifa Ali 22 Jul 2001 Ottawa
 Cook Islands 3:32:33 Kiki Atonia 3 May 1980 Avarua
 Costa Rica 2:38:22 Gabriela Traña 25 Sep 2011 Berlin
 Croatia 2:25:44 Lisa Stublić 7 Apr 2013 Zurich
 Cuba 2:36:35 Emperatriz Wilson 13 Dec 1992 Caracas
 Curacao 2:50:29 Marlies Kort 29 Jan 2012 Miami
 Cyprus 2:38:52 Dagmara Handzlik 6 Aug 2017 London [70]
 Czech Republic 2:26:31 Eva Vrabcova 12 Aug 2018 Berlin
 Democratic Republic of the Congo 3:29:10 Kungu Bakombo 1 Aug 1992 Barcelona
 Denmark 2:29:34 Dorthe Rasmussen 23 Apr 1989 London
 Dominica 4:14:59 Janelle Prevost 12 Apr 2015 Paris
 Dominican Republic 2:46:46 Sandra Natal 29 Oct 1995 Frankfurt
 East Timor 3:03:53 Aguema Fatida Amaral 12 Dec 2003 Hanoi
 Egypt 3:36:56 Mona Mahmoud 8 Oct 2004 Alexandria
 El Salvador 2:49:34 Kriscia Lorena Garcia 15 May 1988 San Salvador
 England 2:15:24 Paula Radcliffe 13 Apr 2003 London
 Eritrea 2:29:48 Nazret Weldu 11 Nov 2018 Beirut [71]
 Estonia 2:28:23 Jane Salumäe 30 Nov 1997 Tokyo
 Ethiopia 2:17:41 Worknesh Degefa 25 Jan 2019 Dubai [72]
 Faroe Islands 3:13:23 Rigmor Arge 28 Oct 2006 Fredrikstad
 Fiji 4:31:34 Nau Dakuiliga 8 Aug 2015 Suva
 Finland 2:28:00 Ritva Lemettinen 2 Apr 1995 London
 France 2:24:22 Christelle Daunay 11 Apr 2010 Paris [73]
 French Polynesia 2:49:12 Sophie Gardon 12 Feb 2006 Moorea
 Gabon 2:49:14 Josiane Abougone 9 Apr 2000 Paris
 The Gambia 2:45:00 Mariama Jallow 18 Sep 2016 Kassel [74]
 Germany 2:19:19 Irina Mikitenko 28 Sep 2008 Berlin
 Ghana 2:42:12 Sakat Lariba 21 Sep 2015 Accra
 Gibraltar 3:05:29 Emma Jane Montiel 24 Apr 2016 London [75]
 Greece 2:33:40 Maria Polizou 23 Aug 1998 Budapest
 Greenland 3:02:29 Liza Tuperna Itzchaky 30 Sep 2012 Berlin
 Grenada 3:22:40 Jenifer Boca 4 Nov 1990 New York City
 Guadeloupe 3:07:10 Guylyne Louis 04 Apr 2004 Paris
 Guam 2:59:43 Jen Allred 29 Feb 1992 Pensacola
 Guatemala 2:49:39 Dina Cruz 30 Jan 2011 Miami [76]
 Guernsey 2:58:40 Penny Buckingham 28 Jul 2002 Manchester
 Guinea 3:20:11 Aida Diallo-Camara 23 Nov 2003 Carqueiranne
 Guyana 3:01:08 Abidemi Charles 30 Jan 2000 Port of Spain
 Haiti 3:10:51 Bertine Laine 2 Oct 2014 Miami
 Honduras 2:57:17 Magda Milady Castillo 12 Aug 2001 Edmonton
 Hong Kong 2:36:11 Yiu Kit Ching 14 Aug 2016 Rio de Janeiro [77]
 Hungary 2:28:50 Judit Nagy 29 Aug 1996 Berlin
 Iceland 2:35:15 Martha Ernstsdottir 26 Sep 1999 Berlin
 India 2:34:43 Jaisha Orchatteri 30 Aug 2015 Beijing [78]
 Indonesia 2:31:49 Triyaningsih 27 Nov 2010 Guangzhou [79]
 Iran 3:12:56 Mersedeh Chegini 23 Jan 2015 Dubai [80]
 Iraq 3:22:23 Yasmin Wadhai 20 Jan 2017 Dubai
 Ireland 2:22:23 Catherina McKiernan 1 Nov 1998 Amsterdam
 Isle of Man 2:39:36 Brenda Walker 18 Apr 1993 Manchester
 Israel 2:19:46 Lonah Salpeter 5 May 2019 Prague [81]
 Italy 2:23:44 Valeria Straneo 15 Apr 2012 Rotterdam [82]
 Jamaica 3:08:47 Jill Vincent 4 Jun 2000 San Diego
 Japan 2:19:12 Mizuki Noguchi 25 Sep 2005 Berlin
 Jersey 2:50:44 Joann Gorrod 17 Apr 2011 London
 Jordan 2:56:31 Tamara Armoush 28 Apr 2019 London [83]
 Kazakhstan 2:27:57 Zoya Ivanova 15 Nov 1987 Tokyo
 Kenya 2:17:01 Mary Jepkosgei Keitany 23 Apr 2017 London [72]
 Kuwait 3:32:26 Taiba Al-Nouri 16 Jan 2016 Kuwait City [84]
 Kyrgyzstan 2:27:46 Irina Bogachova 24 Oct 1999 Chicago
 Laos 3:25:16 Sirivanh Ketavong 28 Jul 1996 Atlanta
 Latvia 2:22:56 Jeļena Prokopčuka 30 Jan 2005 Osaka
 Lebanon 2:39:21 Chirine Njeim 7 Oct 2017 Chicago [85]
 Lesotho 2:33:41 Neheng Katala 23 Sep 2018 Cape Town
 Liberia 2:50:10 Monique Maddy 15 Apr 2002 Boston
 Liechtenstein 2:51:20 Nicole Klinger 11 May 2008 Prague
 Lithuania 2:25:15 Zivile Balciunaite 20 Nov 2005 Tokyo
 Luxembourg 2:29:23 Danièle Kaber 23 Sep 1988 Seoul
 Macau 2:55:46 Hoi Long 3 Dec 2017 Macau
 Macedonia 3:07:28 Andrijana Pop Arsova 8 Apr 2017 Zagreb
 Madagascar 2:38:21 Clarisse Rasoarizay 6 Aug 2003 Réduit
 Malawi 2:48:34 Tereza Master 14 Aug 2016 Rio de Janeiro [86]
 Malaysia 2:49:28 Yu-feng Yuan 30 Apr 2000 Kuala Lumpur
 Maldives 3:30:32 Mariyam Abdul Kareem 3 Mar 2019 Antalya [87]
 Mali 5:04:08 Yognica Begni 25 Jan 2009 Marrakesh
 Malta 2:36:52 Carol Galea 12 Dec 1996 Florence
 Mauritius 2:48:41 Maryse Justin 10 Apr 1988 Canberra
 Mexico 2:22:59 Madai Perez 22 Oct 2006 Chicago
 Moldova 2:27:26 Lilia Fisikovici 28 Apr 2019 London [88]
 Monaco 3:35:39 Adrienne Pastorelly 12 Jan 1992 Marrakesh
 Mongolia 2:32:59 Munkhzaya Bayartsogt 9 Apr 2017 Gunsan
 Montenegro 2:39:07 Sladjana Perunović 5 Aug 2012 London [89]
 Morocco 2:25:35 Kaoutar Boulaid 25 Feb 2018 Seville
 Myanmar 2:38:42 Pa Pa 14 Apr 2004 Yangon
 Namibia 2:22:25 Helalia Johannes 10 Mar 2019 Nagoya [90]
   Nepal 2:55:57 Kanchhi Maya Koju 24 Sep 2016 Kathmandu
 Netherlands 2:23:43 Lornah Kiplagat 3 Nov 2003 New York City
 Netherlands Antilles 3:43:27 Nel Geerings 15 Apr 1991 Boston
 New Caledonia 2:29:48 Nadia Prasad 5 Mar 1995 Los Angeles
 New Zealand 2:25:21 Kim Smith 25 Apr 2010 London [91]
 Nicaragua 3:07:13 Yelka Mairena 17 Dec 2017 Managua
 Nigeria 2:40:37 Mary Akor 3 Apr 2004 St. Louis
 Northern Ireland 2:37:06 Moira O'Neil 31 Oc 1988 Dublin
 Northern Mariana Islands 3:15:19 Mamiko Oshima-Berger 16 Apr 2016 Saipa
 North Korea 2:25:31 Ham Bong-Sil 31 Aug 2003 Paris
 Norway 2:21:06 Ingrid Kristiansen 21 Apr 1985 London
 Oman 3:57:33 Zuwena Al-Rawahi 27 Jan 2017 Muscat
 Pakistan 4:02:20 Rabia Naeem 8 Oct 2017 Chicago
 Palau 3:43:31 Jaqueline Keri Telli 9 May 2015 St. Joseph, Minnesota
 Palestinian Territory 2:39:28 Mayada Al-Sayad 7 Apr 2019 Hannover [92]
 Panama 2:49:28 Danielle Wagner 29 May 2016 Ottawa [93]
 Papua New Guinea 3:41:14 Rosemary Turare 13 Nov 1994 Goroka
 Paraguay 2:35:17 Carmen Patricia Martínez 30 Apr 2017 Dusseldorf
 Peru 2:26:48 Inés Melchor 28 Sep 2014 Berlin [94]
 Philippines 2:43:31 Mary Joy Tabal 27 May 2016 Ottawa
 Poland 2:26:08 Małgorzata Sobańska 7 Oct 2001 Chicago
 Portugal 2:23:29 Rosa Mota 20 Oct 1985 Chicago
 Puerto Rico 2:36:28 Beverly Ramos 7 Apr 2019 Rotterdam [95]
 Republic of the Congo 3:20:56 Ida-Brunelle Kiyindou 4 Apr 2004 Paris
 Romania 2:21:30 Constantina Tomescu 9 Oct 2005 Chicago
 Russia 2:20:47 Galina Bogomolova 22 Oct 2006 Chicago
 Rwanda 2:28:02 Salome Nyirarukundo 23 Sep 2018 Montreal [96]
 Saint Helena 6:30:52 Jacqueline Leo 18 Sep 2003 Saint Helena
 Saint Kitts and Nevis 3:55:39 Vanessa Williams 20 Sep 2014 Charlestown
 Saint Lucia 4:25:39 Lizette Ward 25 Sep 2011 Berlin
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 3:18:44 Adelaide Carrington 26 Jan 2003 Port of Spain
 American Samoa 3:11:58 Mele Steiner 22 Nov 1981 Auckland
 San Marino 3:10:00 Amy Cesaretti 1 May 1983 Ravenna
 Saudi Arabia 3:11:27 Sarah Attar 11 Oct 2015 Chicago
 Scotland 2:26:52 Liz McColgan 13 Apr 1997 London
 Senegal 3:42:59 Elise Kandji 14 Feb 2016 Dakar [74]
 Serbia 2:25:23 Olivera Jevtic 13 Apr 2003 Rotterdam
 Seychelles 3:30:19 Simone Jaffa 15 Feb 2009 Beau Vallon
 Sierra Leone 2:46:20 Mamie Konneh-Lahun 13 Apr 2014 London [97]
 Singapore 2:34:41 Yvonne Danson 13 Dec 1995 Chiang Mai
 Slovakia 2:33:19 Ludmila Melicherová 22 Apr 1990 Vienna
 Slovenia 2:27:33 Helena Javornik 17 Oct 2004 Amsterdam
 Solomon Islands 3:46.23 Dianah Matekali 9 Sep 2012 Honiara
 Somalia 4:58:20 Leila Ismail 16 Jan 2009 Dubai
 South Africa 2:25:15 Elana Meyer 18 Apr 1994 Boston
 South Korea 2:25:41 Kim Do-yeon 18 Mar 2018 Seoul
 Spain 2:26:51 Ana Isabel Alonso 15 Oct 1995 San Sebastián
 Sri Lanka 2:34:10 Hiruni Wijayaratne 28 Apr 2019 Dusseldorf [98]
 Sudan 2:49:52 Chaltu Niguese Shiferaw 20 Jan 2016 Dubai
 Suriname 3:40:32 Ilsida Toemere 12 Oct 2014 Eindhoven
 Swaziland 2:56:24 Priscilla Mamba 19 Mar 2005 Ngodwana
 Sweden 2:23:41 Isabella Andersson 21 Jan 2011 Dubai [99][100]
  Switzerland 2:26:49 Maja Neuenschwander 17 Sep 2015 Berlin
 Syria 4:33:24 Lama Arja 22 Jan 2016 Dubai
 Tajikistan 2:39:01 Gulsara Dadabayeva 26 Oct 2003 Ljubljana
 Tanzania 2:24:59 Banuela Mrashani 17 Nov 2002 Tokyo
 Thailand 2:40:40 Jane Vongvorachoti 12 Oct 2014 Chicago
 Togo 3:15:36 Kpeta Tchatom 15 Nov 2017 Abidjan
 Tonga 5:09:41 Falamoe Fau’ese Weber 25 Sep 2011 Berlin
 Trinidad and Tobago 2:43:14 Tonya Nero 15 Apr 2012 Rotterdam
 Tunisia 2:40:13 Amira Ben Amor 5 Aug 2012 London
 Turkey 2:24:44 Sultan Haydar 23 Jan 2015 Dubai [101]
 Turkmenistan 2:57:36 Tamara Tongush 5 Dec 1985 Ashkhabad
 Uganda 2:32:53 Linet Toroitiche 28 Apr 2019 Hamburg [102]
 Ukraine 2:23:32 Olena Shurhno 30 Sept 2012 Berlin [103][104][105]
 United Arab Emirates 4:41:20 Reem Fekri 20 Jan 2017 Dubai [106]
 United Kingdom 2:15:24 Paula Radcliffe 13 Apr 2003 London
 United States 2:19:36 Deena Kastor 23 Apr 2006 London
 United States Virgin Islands 2:43:59 Lisha Hamilton 6 Jun 2004 San Diego
 Uruguay 2:48:58 Maria Laura Bazallo 13 Oct 2013 Buenos Aires
 Uzbekistan 2:30:36 Nadezhda Usmanova 7 Aug 1984 Vilnius
 Venezuela 2:36:17 Elisabeth Schuh 13 May 1984 Frankfurt
 Vietnam 2:45:10 Hoang Thi Tanh 24 Nov 2016 Hanoi
 Wales 2:31:33 Susan Tooby 23 Sep 1988 Seoul
 Zambia 3:04:47 Mercy Kalunga 24 Jan 2014 Dubai
 Zimbabwe 2:29:20 Tabitha Tsatsa 16 Mar 2008 Seoul

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The IAAF defines "Country" as "[a] self-governing geographical area of the world recognized as an independent state by international law and international governmental bodies."[5]
  2. ^ The IAAF defines "Territory" as "[a] geographical territory or region which is not a Country, but which has certain aspects of self-government, at least to the extent of being autonomous in the control of its sport and thus which is recognized as such by the IAAF."[5]
  3. ^ Per IAAF: "Competing as a US citizen, Fanelli’s best is 2:14:17 at Montréal, 06 Sep 80".[1]
  4. ^ Per ARRS: "2:08:16 Steve Moneghetti 30 Sep 1990 Berlin GER"[2]
  5. ^ Per WMM: "Possible irregularities at Phikwe 2004. Alternate record 2:17:04, Tiapo Maso, 5 March 2000 Cape Town".[4] Per ARRS: "2:17:04 Tiapo Maso 05 Mar 2000 Cape Town RSA"[2]
  6. ^ Per ARRS: "2:53:57 Mapang Hidup 15 Dec 1985 Bangkok THA"[2]
  7. ^ Per ARRS: "2:37:48 Anatole Bouba 23 Oct 1997 Frankfurt GER"[2]
  8. ^ Per IAAF: “2:17:39 Nelson da Cruz Lisbon 16 Apr 06 – downhill". Per WMM: "On course with 110m drop, 2:17:39, Nelson Cruz, 16 Ap 2006, Lisbon".[4]
  9. ^ Per IAAF: "2:18:32 Soro Tucson, 3 Dec 00 – downhill (drop of 654m)".[1] Per WMM: On course with 580m drop, 2:18:32, Soro, 3 December 2000, Tucson[4]
  10. ^ Per WMM: "Federation record, although maybe short. Alternate record 2:13:08, Radames Gonzalez, 11 Dec 1998, Calvia".[4] Per ARRS: "2:13:08 Radames Gonzalez 11 Dec 1988 Calvia ESP"[2]
  11. ^ Per ARRS: "2:11:12 Karel David 10 Feb 1991 Tokyo JPN"[2]
  12. ^ Per ARRS: "2:11:59.4"[2]
  13. ^ Per ARRS: "2"22"23 John Treacy 12 Feb 1990 Tokyo"[2]
  14. ^ Per ARRS: "2:30:04 Milan Madzgalj 23 Mar 1986 Varazdin CRO"[2]
  15. ^ Per ARRS: "2:18:05 Henry Moyo 3 Nov 2002 Seoul KOR"[2]
  16. ^ Per ARRS: "2:26:27"[2]
  17. ^ Per ARRS: "2:53:04 Majid Toure 15 Apr 2007 Paris FRA"[2]
  18. ^ Per WMM: "Strong tailwind at Boston 1994. Alternate record 2:08:30, Dionicio Ceron, 2 April 1995, London".[4] Per ARRS: "2:08:30 Dionicio Ceron 2 Apr 1995 London ENG"[2]
  19. ^ Per WMM: "Strong tailwind at Boston 1994. Alternate record 2:10:01, Luketz Swartbooi, 10 October 1992, Swakopmund".[4] Per ARRS: "2:10:01 Luketz Swartbooi Swakopmund 10 Oct 1992"[2]
  20. ^ Per ARRS: "2:19:38 Tika Banadur 24 Dec 1995 Madras"[2]
  21. ^ Per IAAF: "Herman Couperus opted for AHO in 2007".[1]
  22. ^ Per IAAF: "Rumors in Europe say that the record given above by the Federation was achieved on a short course. Alternative record – 2:10:52 Goe Chun Son, Essone, 16 Mar 80".[1] Per ARRS: "2:10:50 Jung-Won Kim 10 Mar 1996 Pyongyang "[2]
  23. ^ Per ARRS: "2:25:29 Naseer Ahmad 8 Feb 2005 Hong Kong HKG"[2]
  24. ^ Per ARRS: "2:12:29.4"[2]
  25. ^ Per ARRS: "2:16:25 Pamenos Ballantyne 26 Apr 1998 London ENG"[2]
  26. ^ Per IAAF: "2:12:40 Sreten Ninkovic Austin 17 Feb 02 – downhill".[1] Per WMM:On course with 137m drop, 2:12:40, Sreten Ninkovic, 17 February 2002, Austin".[4]
  27. ^ Per ARRS: "2:09:54"[2]
  28. ^ Per ARRS: "2:40:49 Steven Vismale 28 Nov 2004 Paramaribo SUR"[2]
  29. ^ Per ARRS: "2:12:54.4"[2]
  30. ^ Per ARRS: "2:18:18 Sergey Davidov 05 Aug 1995 Omsk RUS"[2]
  31. ^ Per ARRS: "2:05:37.8"[2]

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