List of Ugandan records in athletics

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The following are the national records in athletics in Uganda maintained by the Uganda Athletics Federation, except as indicated.

Outdoor[edit]

Key to tables for outdoor records:   Awaiting ratification   Record not kept by the Uganda Athletics Federation

+ = en route to a longer distance
ht = hand timing
A = affected by altitude
# = not ratified by the Uganda Athletics Federation
OT = oversized track (more than 200 metres in circumference)

Men[edit]

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 metres 10.48 Moses Mila Mayat 27 March 1998 All Africa Invitational South Africa Johannesburg, South Africa [1]
200 metres 20.63 (0.0 m/s) Moses Mila Mayat 27 March 1998 All Africa Invitational South Africa Johannesburg, South Africa [1]
300 metres 32.61 Davis Kamoga 13 August 1999 Italy Viareggio, Italy [2]
400 metres 44.37 Davis Kamoga 5 August 1997 World Championships Greece Athens, Greece [1]
800 metres 1:43.72 Abraham Chepkirwok 5 July 2008 Meeting de Atletismo Spain Madrid, Spain [1]
1500 metres 3:35.02 Ronald Musagala 24 May 2015 Fanny Blankers-Koen Games Netherlands Fanny Blankers-Koen Stadion,
Hengelo, Netherlands
[1][3]
3000 metres 7:30.95 Moses Ndiema Kipsiro 28 July 2009 Herculis Monaco Monaco [1]
5000 metres 12:50.72 Moses Ndiema Kipsiro 14 September 2007 Memorial Van Damme Belgium Brussels, Belgium [1]
10,000 metres 26:39.77 Boniface Kiprop 26 August 2005 Memorial Van Damme Belgium Brussels, Belgium [1]
10 km (road) 27:50 Joshua Kiprui Cheptegei 11 October 2015 Grand 10 Berlin Germany Berlin, Germany [1]
27:46 #[4] Joshua Kiprui Cheptegei 19 March 2016 Spain Laredo, Cantabria, Spain [5][6]
27:45 +#[4] Thomas Ayeko 18 September 2016 Copenhagen Half Marathon Denmark Copenhagen, Denmark [7]
15 kilometres (road) 42:08 Joshua Kiprui Cheptegei 20 November 2016 Zevenheuvelenloop Netherlands Nijmegen, Netherlands [8]
20 kilometres (road) 57:19 + Thomas Ayeko 18 September 2016 Copenhagen Half Marathon Denmark Copenhagen, Denmark [9][10]
Half marathon 59:43 Geoffrey Kusuro 1 March 2015 Roma-Ostia Half Marathon Italy Rome-Ostia, Italy [1][11]
Marathon 2:06:33 Stephen Kiprotich 22 February 2015 Tokyo Marathon Japan Tokyo, Japan [1][12]
110 metres hurdles 14.48 Jean-Baptiste Okello 3 September 1960 Olympic Games Italy Rome, Italy [1]
400 metres hurdles 47.82 John Akii-Bua 2 September 1972 Olympic Games West Germany Munich, Germany [1]
2000 metres steeplechase 5:41.1 (ht) A Benjamin Kiplagat 15 June 2005 Kenya Nairobi, Kenya [1]
3000 metres steeplechase 8:03.81 Benjamin Kiplagat 8 July 2010 Athletissima Switzerland Lausanne, Switzerland [1][13]
High jump 2.10 m (6.9 ft) A David Okot 29 June 2008 Kenya Nairobi, Kenya [1]
Pole vault 4.57 m (15.0 ft) Teddy Ruge 15 May 1997 United States Abilene, Texas, U.S. [1]
Long jump 7.75 m (25.4 ft) Fidelis Ndyabagye 26 July 1978 All-Africa Games Algeria Algiers, Algeria [1]
Triple jump 16.26 m (53.3 ft) Abraham Munabi 17 January 1973 All-Africa Games Nigeria Lagos, Nigeria [1]
Shot put 15.76 m (51.7 ft) Yovan Ochola 4 November 1962 Dominion of Ceylon Colombo, Sri Lanka [1]
Discus throw 50.98 m (167.3 ft) Samuel Onyac 29 May 1976 Tanzania Zanzibar City, Tanzania [1]
Hammer throw 53.72 m (176.2 ft) Yovan Ochola 15 July 1972 Uganda Kampala, Uganda [1]
Javelin throw 75.52 m (247.8 ft) Justin Arop 6 August 1988 West Germany Ulm, Germany [1]
Decathlon 6,805 pts[14]
6,809 pts[15]
Teddy Ruge 31 May – 1 June 2003 United States Dallas, Texas, U.S. [1][16]
11.84 (100 metres), 6.20 m (20.3 ft) (long jump), 11.53 m (37.8 ft) (shot put), 1.92 m (6.3 ft) (high jump), 52.19 (400 metres), 15.09 (110 metres hurdles), 37.94 m (124.5 ft) (discus), 4.37 m (14.3 ft) (pole vault), 58.01 m (190.3 ft) (javelin), 4:57.42 (1500 metres)
6933 pts #[4][17] John Akii-Bua 8–9 October 1971 Uganda Kampala, Uganda [16]
(100 metres), (long jump), (shot put), (high jump), (400 metres) /
(110 metres hurdles), (discus), (pole vault), (javelin), (1500 metres)
20 kilometres walk (road) 1:57:02 Nelsensio Byingingo 27 August 1982 African Championships Egypt Cairo, Egypt [1]
4 × 100 metres relay 39.67 A  Uganda
Moses Musonge
Joseph Ssali
Sunday Olweny
Edward Bitoga
8 August 1987 All-Africa Games Kenya Nairobi, Kenya [1]
4 × 400 metres relay 3:02.09  Uganda
John Goville
Moses Kyeswa
Peter Rwamuhanda
Mike Okot
11 August 1984 Olympic Games United States Los Angeles, U.S. [1]
4 × 800 metres relay 7:53.34  Uganda
Peter Agaba
Julius Mutekanga
Peter Okwera
Geoffrey Lukwiya Akena
24 May 2014 IAAF World Relays The Bahamas Thomas Robinson Stadium,
Nassau, Bahamas
[18]

Women[edit]

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 metres 11.54 (no wind) Justine Bayigga 3 June 2011 East Africa Athletics Championships Tanzania Dar es Salaam, Tanzania [19][20]
200 metres 23.46 Justine Bayigga 24 February 2007 Sudan Khartoum, Sudan [19]
400 metres 52.48 Justine Bayigga 26 May 2008 Pan African
Category B Meet
Sudan Khartoum, Sudan [19][21]
800 metres 1:58.63 Winnie Nanyondo 18 July 2014 Herculis Monaco Stade Louis II, Fontvieille, Monaco [19][22]
1500 metres 4:05.52 Janet Achola 27 May 2012 Fanny Blankers-Koen Games Netherlands Fanny Blankers-Koen Stadion,
Hengelo, Netherlands
[19][19][23]
3000 metres 8:46.29 Dorcus Inzikuru 4 July 2003 Meeting Areva France Saint-Denis, France [16][24]
5000 metres 15:05.30 Dorcus Inzikuru 31 July 2004 KBC Night of Athletics Belgium Heusden, Belgium [19]
5 kilometres (road) 15:39 Juliet Chekwel 13 October 2013 Tout Rennes Court France Rennes, France [25][26]
10,000 metres 31:37.99 #[4] Juliet Chekwel 24 April 2016 Italy Rubiera, Italy [27]
32:41.95 Linet Chibet Toroitich 29 July 2014 United Kingdom Glasgow, U.K. [19]
10 kilometres (road) 32:10 Stella Chesang 27 December 2015 France Houilles, France [28]
20 kilometres (road) 1:06:48 Adero Nyakisi 7 March 2010 20 van Alphen Netherlands Alphen aan den Rijn, Netherlands [29][30]
Half marathon 1:11:06 Adero Nyakisi 16 November 2008 France Boulogne-Billancourt, France [31]
Marathon 2:37:43 Jane Suto 19 June 2011 Marathon National De La Liberté France Caen, France [19][32]
100 metres hurdles 13.92 Ruth Kyalisima 21 July 1978 All-Africa Games Algeria Algiers, Algeria [19]
400 metres hurdles 57.02 Ruth Kyalisima 6 August 1984 Olympic Games United States Los Angeles, U.S. [19][33]
2000 metres steeplechase 6:04.46 Dorcus Inzikuru 1 June 2005 Italy Milan, Italy [34]
3000 metres steeplechase 9:15.04 Dorcus Inzikuru 14 June 2005 Athens Grand Prix Tsiklitiria Greece Athens, Greece [19][35]
High jump 1.71 m (5.6 ft) Victoria Atim 8 December 1973 Uganda Kampala, Uganda [19]
Pole vault 2.10 m (6.9 ft) Happy Mary Bacia 18 July 1998 Uganda Kampala, Uganda [19]
Long jump 6.43 m (21.1 ft) (+1.8 m/s) #[4] Sarah Nambawa 9 April 2011 Boston-Moon Collegiate Classic United States Nashville, Tennessee, U.S. [36][33]
5.63 m (18.5 ft) Sarah Nambawa 9 April 2011 Boston-Moon Collegiate Classic United States Nashville, Tennessee, U.S. [19]
Triple jump 14.07 m (46.2 ft) (0.0 m/s) Sarah Nambawa 9 April 2011 Boston-Moon Collegiate Classic United States Nashville, Tennessee, U.S. [19][37][33]
Shot put 14.47 m (47.5 ft) Joyce Aciro 24 July 1978 All-Africa Games Algeria Algiers, Algeria [19][33]
Discus throw 45.90 m (150.6 ft) Helen Alyek 21 July 1978 All-Africa Games Algeria Algiers, Algeria [19][33]
Javelin throw 52.88 m (173.5 ft) #[4] Lucy Okumu Aber 27 June 2010 West Nile Championships Uganda Moyo, Uganda [38][33]
51.82 m (170.0 ft) Annet Kabasindi 12 January 2004 Uganda Kampala, Uganda [19]
Heptathlon 4,849 pts Ruth Kyalisima 16–17 August 1985 African Championships Egypt Cairo, Egypt [19][33]
14.18 (100 metres hurdles), 1.57 m (5.2 ft) (high jump), 7.19 m (23.6 ft) (shot put), 24.84 (200 metres), 5.41 m (17.7 ft) (long jump), 25.38 m (83.3 ft) (javelin), 2:15.88 (800 metres)
4 × 100 metres relay 45.84  Uganda
Farida Kyakutema
Mary Awora
Grace Buzu
Oliver Acii
9 August 1987 All-Africa Games Kenya Nairobi, Kenya [19]
4 × 400 metres relay 3:34.41  Uganda
Farida Kyakutema
Evelyn Adiru
Edith Nakiyingi
Grace Buzu
12 August 1987 All-Africa Games Kenya Nairobi, Kenya [19][33]

Indoor[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
60 metres 6.84 A Robert Mugagga 26 January 2001 United States Logan, Utah, U.S. [39]
200 metres 21.77 Emmanuel Tugumusirize 28 February 2014 United States Birmingham, Alabama, U.S. [39]
400 metres 46.22 Emmanuel Tugumusirize 14 March 2014 United States Albuquerque, New Mexico, U.S. [39]
46.05 OT Emmanuel Tugumisirize 25 January 2014 Vanderbilt Invitational United States Nashville, Tennessee, U.S. [39][40]
600 metres 1:19.43 Julius Mutekanga 14 February 2016 New Balance Indoor Grand Prix United States Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center, Roxbury, Massachusetts, U.S. [41]
800 metres 1:46.10 Mike Okot 12 February 1989 Sparkassen Cup Germany Stuttgart, Germany [39]
1500 metres 3:39.14 Julius Achon 9 March 2001 World Championships Portugal Lisbon, Portugal [42][39]
3000 metres 7:37.4 + Moses Kipsiro 18 February 2012 Aviva Indoor Grand Prix United Kingdom National Indoor Arena, Birmingham, United Kingdom [39]
Two miles 8:08.16 Moses Kipsiro 18 February 2012 Aviva Indoor Grand Prix United Kingdom National Indoor Arena, Birmingham, United Kingdom [43][44]
2000 metres steeplechase 5:26.13 Ayeko Simon 14 February 2010 Indoor Flanders Meeting Belgium Ghent, Belgium [45]
High jump 1.80 m (5.9 ft) Sam Ageta-Bua 17 December 1972 United Kingdom Middleton St George, United Kingdom [39]
Long jump 7.58 m (24.9 ft) A Fidelis Ndyabagye 24 February 1984 United States Colorado Springs, Colorado, U.S. [39]
Triple jump 16.08 m (52.8 ft) Vincent Okot 5 December 2015 Vanderbilt Opener United States Nashville, Tennessee, U.S. [39][46]
Shot put 12.54 m (41.1 ft) Vincent Okot 10 January 2016 United States Nashville, Tennessee, U.S. [39]

Women[edit]

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
60 metres 7.98 Oliver Acii 6 March 1987 World Championships United States Indianapolis, Indiana, U.S. [39]
200 metres 26.24 Oliver Acii 6 March 1987 World Championships United States Indianapolis, Indiana, U.S. [39]
25.4 (ht) Mary Apio 12 October 2001 Women's Islamic Games Iran Rasht, Iran [39]
25.10 OT Sarah Nambawa 2 February 2008 United States Lexington, Kentucky, U.S. [39]
400 metres 54.47 Edith Nakiyingi 11 February 1989 United States Lincoln, Nebraska, U.S. [39]
800 metres 2:04.57 Edith Nakiyingi 7 February 1993 United States Fairfax, Virginia, U.S. [39]
1500 metres 4:19.50 Dorcus Inzikuru 19 February 2005 Italy Ancona, Italy [39]
3000 metres 9:11.75 Dorcus Inzikuru 22 February 2004 Italy Genoa, Italy [39]
5000 metres 15:40.03 Dorcus Inzikuru 31 January 2004 Germany Stuttgart, Germany [47]
Long jump 6.37 m (20.9 ft) Sarah Nambawa 7 January 2012 Ed Temple Invitational United States Nashville, Tennessee, U.S. [39][48]
Triple jump 13.90 m (45.6 ft) Sarah Nambawa 11 December 2010 Middle Tennessee State University Christmas Invitational United States Murfreesboro, Tennessee, U.S. [39][49][50]

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