Women's 4 × 400 metres relay world record progression

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The following table shows the world record progression in the women's 4 x 400 metres relay. The first world record in the event was recognised by the International Association of Athletics Federations in 1969.[1] 15 world records have been ratified by the IAAF in the event.

Records since 1969[edit]

Time Auto Team Country Venue Date Participants[2]
3:47.4 Moscow  Soviet Union Moscow 1969-05-30 Ljubov Finogenova, Tatjana Medvedeva, Tamara Voitenko, Olga Klein
3:43.2 Latvia  Soviet Union Minsk 1969-06-01 Lilita Zāģere, Anna Dundare, Ingrīda Verbele, Sarmīte Štūla
3:37.6 Great Britain & N.I.  Great Britain London 1969-06-22 Jenny Pawsey, Pauline Attwood, Janet Simpson, Lillian Board
3:34.2 France  France Colombes 1969-07-06 Michele Mombet, Éliane Jacq, Nicole Duclos, Colette Besson
3:33.9 West Germany  West Germany Piraeus 1969-09-19 Christa Czekay, Antje Gleichfeld, Inge Eckhoff, Christel Frese
3:30.8 3:30.82 Great Britain & N.I.  Great Britain Piraeus 1969-09-20 Rosemary Stirling, Pat Lowe, Janet Simpson, Lillian Board
3:30.8 3:30.85 France  France Athens 1969-09-20 Bernadette Martin, Nicole Duclos, Éliane Jacq, Colette Besson
3:29.3 3:29.28 East Germany  East Germany Helsinki 1971-08-15 Rita Kühne, Ingelore Lohse, Helga Seidler, Monika Zehrt
3:28.8 East Germany  East Germany Colombes 1972-07-05 Dagmar Käsling, Rita Kühne, Monika Zehrt, Brigitte Rohde
3:28.5 3:28.48 East Germany  East Germany Munich 1972-09-09 Dagmar Käsling, Rita Kühne, Helga Seidler, Monika Zehrt
3:23.0 3:22.95 East Germany  East Germany Munich 1972-09-10 Dagmar Käsling, Rita Kühne, Helga Seidler, Monika Zehrt
3:19.2 3:19.23 East Germany  East Germany Montreal 1976-07-31 Doris Maletzki, Brigitte Rohde, Ellen Streidt, Christina Brehmer
3:19.04 East Germany  East Germany Athens 1982-09-11 Kirsten Siemon, Sabine Busch, Dagmar Rübsam, Marita Koch
3:15.92 East Germany  East Germany Erfurt 1984-06-03 Gesine Walther, Sabine Busch, Dagmar Rübsam, Marita Koch
3:15.17 Soviet Union  Soviet Union Seoul 1988-10-01 Tatyana Ledovskaya, Olga Nazarova, Mariya Pinigina, Olga Bryzgina

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "13th IAAF World Championships In Athletics: IAAF Statistics Handbook. Daegu 2011. (Part 5 of 5)" (pdf). Monte Carlo: IAAF Media & Public Relations Department. 2011. p. 705. Retrieved 2013-03-12.
  2. ^ "Sportrekorde". rekorde-im-sport.de. 2015-09-10. Retrieved 2016-03-27.