Women's long jump world record progression

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The first world record in the women's long jump was recognised by the Fédération Sportive Féminine Internationale (FSFI) in 1922. The FSFI was absorbed by the International Association of Athletics Federations in 1936.

Record progression[edit]

As of June 21, 2009, the IAAF (and the FSFI before it) have ratified 36 world records in the event.[1]

Mark Wind Athlete Venue Date
  5.16 m (16 ft 11 18 in)   Marie Mejzlikova II (TCH)  Prague, Czechoslovakia  6 August 1922[1]
  5.30 m (17 ft 4 1116 in)   Marie Mejzlikova II (TCH)  Prague, Czechoslovakia  23 September 1923[1]
  5.485 m (17 ft 11 1516 in)   Muriel Gunn (GBR)  London, United Kingdom  2 August 1926[1]
  5.50 m (18 ft 12 in)   Kinue Hitomi (JPN)  Gothenburg, Sweden  28 August 1926[1]
  5.57 m (18 ft 3 14 in)   Muriel Gunn (GBR)  London, United Kingdom  1 August 1927[1]
  5.98 m (19 ft 7 14 in)   Kinue Hitomi (JPN)  Osaka, Japan  20 May 1928[1]
  6.12 m (20 ft 34 in)   Christel Schulz (GER)  Berlin, Nazi Germany  30 July 1939[1]
  6.25 m (20 ft 6 in)   Fanny Blankers-Koen (NED)  Leiden, Netherlands  19 September 1943[1]
  6.28 m (20 ft 7 in) 0.2   Yvette Williams (NZL)  Gisborne, New Zealand  20 February 1954[1]
  6.28 m (20 ft 7 in) 1.3   Galina Vinogradova (URS)  Moscow, Soviet Union  11 September 1955[1]
  6.31 m (20 ft 8 14 in) 0.5   Galina Vinogradova (URS)  Tbilisi, Soviet Union  18 November 1955[1]
  6.35 m (20 ft 10 in) 1.0   Elżbieta Krzesińska (POL)  Budapest, Hungary  20 August 1956[1]
  6.35 m (20 ft 10 in)   Elżbieta Krzesińska (POL)  Melbourne, Australia  27 November 1956[1]
  6.40 m (20 ft 11 34 in) 0.0   Hildrun Claus (GDR)  Erfurt, East Germany  7 August 1960[1]
  6.42 m (21 ft 34 in) 1.4   Hildrun Claus (GDR)  East Berlin, East Germany  23 June 1961[1]
  6.48 m (21 ft 3 in) -1.5   Tatyana Shchelkanova (URS)  Moscow, Soviet Union  16 July 1961[1]
  6.53 m (21 ft 5 in) 1.5   Tatyana Shchelkanova (URS)  Leipzig, East Germany  10 June 1962[1]
  6.70 m (21 ft 11 34 in)   Tatyana Shchelkanova (URS)  Moscow, Soviet Union  4 July 1964[1]
  6.76 m (22 ft 2 in) -1.6   Mary Rand (GBR)  Tokyo, Japan  14 October 1964[1]
  6.82 m (22 ft 4 12 in) at Altitude 0.0   Viorica Viscopoleanu (ROU)  Mexico City, Mexico  14 October 1968[1]
  6.84 m (22 ft 5 14 in) 0.0   Heide Rosendahl (FRG)  Torino, Italy  3 September 1970[1]
  6.92 m (22 ft 8 14 in) 1.6   Angela Voigt (GDR)  Dresden, East Germany  9 May 1976[1]
  6.99 m (22 ft 11 in) 2.0   Siegrun Siegl (GDR)  Dresden, East Germany  19 May 1976[1]
  7.07 m (23 ft 2 14 in) 1.9   Vilma Bardauskiené (URS)  Kishinyov, Soviet Union  18 August 1978[1]
  7.09 m (23 ft 3 in) 0.0   Vilma Bardauskiené (URS)  Prague, Czechoslovakia  29 August 1978[1]
  7.15 m (23 ft 5 14 in) 0.3   Anişoara Cuşmir (ROU)  Bucharest, Romania  1 August 1982[1]
  7.20 m (23 ft 7 14 in) -0.3   Valy Ionescu (ROU)  Bucharest, Romania  1 August 1982[1]
  7.21 m (23 ft 7 34 in) 0.6   Anişoara Cuşmir (ROU)  Bucharest, Romania  15 May 1983[1]
  7.27 m (23 ft 10 in) 0.6   Anişoara Cuşmir (ROU)  Bucharest, Romania  4 June 1983[1]
  7.43 m (24 ft 4 12 in) 1.4   Anişoara Cuşmir (ROU)  Bucharest, Romania  4 June 1983[1]
  7.44 m (24 ft 4 34 in) 2.0   Heike Drechsler (GDR)  East Berlin, East Germany  22 September 1985[1]
  7.45 m (24 ft 5 14 in) 0.9   Heike Drechsler (GDR)  Tallinn, Soviet Union  21 June 1986[1]
  7.45 m (24 ft 5 14 in) 1.1   Heike Drechsler (GDR)  Dresden, East Germany  3 July 1986[1]
  7.45 m (24 ft 5 14 in) 0.6   Jackie Joyner-Kersee (USA)  Indianapolis, United States  13 August 1987[1]
  7.45 m (24 ft 5 14 in) 1.0   Galina Chistyakova (URS)  Leningrad, Soviet Union  11 June 1988[1]
  7.52 m (24 ft 8 in) 1.4   Galina Chistyakova (URS)  Leningrad, Soviet Union  11 June 1988[1]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak "12th IAAF World Championships In Athletics: IAAF Statistics Handbook. Berlin 2009" (PDF). Monte Carlo: IAAF Media & Public Relations Department. 2009. pp. Pages 546, 646. Archived from the original (pdf) on 29 June 2011. Retrieved 5 August 2009.