Croatian records in athletics


Croatian records in athletics

The following are the national records in athletics in Croatia maintained by the national athletics federation of Croatia, Croatian Athletics Federation (HAS).

Some of the Croatian records in athletics predate Croatia's declaration of independence from Yugoslavia in 1991 and the formation of the Croatian Athletics Federation in 1992. These records, set by Croatian athletes competing for Yugoslavia, were retroactively ratified as Croatian records.

Since 1993, only the results achieved at competitions with doping control according to the IAAF rules are ratified as senior men's and women's national records.

Contents

Outdoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 10.25 (+2.0 m/s) Dejan Vojnović 11 September 2001 Mediterranean Games Tunisia Tunis, Tunisia
200 m 20.76 (0.0 m/s) Željko Knapić 20 September 1981 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Sarajevo, Yugoslavia
300 m 33.02 Željko Vincek 16 July 2006 Croatia Čakovec, Croatia
400 m 45.64 Željko Knapić 19 September 1981 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Sarajevo, Yugoslavia
800 m 1:44.07 Luciano Sušanj 4 September 1974 European Championships Italy Rome, Italy
1000 m 2:17.9 Milovan Savić 10 August 1977 Germany Karlstadt, Germany
1500 m 3:33.30 Branko Zorko 8 August 1998 Herculis Monaco Fontvieille, Monaco
Mile 3:52.64 Branko Zorko 5 August 1998 DN Galan Sweden Stockholm, Sweden
2000 m 4:58.02 Branko Zorko 10 July 1996 France Nice, France
3000 m 7:48.42 Branko Zorko 1 June 1998 Netherlands Hengelo, Netherlands
5000 m 13:37.76 Dalibor Balgač 19 April 2003 Mt. SAC Relays United States Walnut, United States
10000 m 28:24.32 Slavko Petrović 2 April 2005 European Cup 10000m Spain Barakaldo, Spain
10 km (road) 29:23 Slavko Petrović 9 April 2006 Great Ireland Run Republic of Ireland Dublin, Ireland
15000 m (track) 47:39.0 Slavko Petrović 3 March 2001 Croatia Zagreb, Croatia
One hour 18349 m+ Dobrivoje Stojanović 4 November 1962 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Osijek, Yugoslavia
20000 m (track) 1:05:19.2+ Dobrivoje Stojanović 4 November 1962 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Osijek, Yugoslavia
Half marathon 1:03:47 Drago Paripović 24 September 1993 Italy Lago di Garda, Italy
25000 m (track) 1:22:39.4 Dobrivoje Stojanović 4 November 1962 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Osijek, Yugoslavia
30000 m (track) 1:40:44.0 Mladen Mavar 15 April 1977 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Varaždin, Yugoslavia
Marathon 2:17:05 Drago Paripović 23 September 1992 Italy Bologna, Italy
24-hour run 223 km Stipe Leko 2 May 2004 Croatia Slavonski Brod-Zagreb, Croatia
110 m hurdles 13.54 (+1.9 m/s) Jurica Grabušić 20 July 2003 Pedros Cup Poland Bydgoszcz, Poland
400 m hurdles 49.88 Darko Juričić 18 August 1998 Hungary Budapest, Hungary
3000 m steeplechase 8:40.1 Slobodan Crnokrak 31 May 1987 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Karlovac, Yugoslavia
High jump 2.28 m Novica Čanović 6 July 1985 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Split, Yugoslavia
Pole vault 5.40 m Ivan Horvat 6 August 2011 Slovenian Open Championships Slovenia Koper, Slovenia [1]
Long jump 8.23 m (0.0 m/s) Siniša Ergotić 5 June 2002 Croatia Zagreb, Croatia
8.23 m (0.0 m/s) 6 September 2003 Spain Córdoba, Spain
Triple jump 17.11 m (−0.1 m/s) Đorđe Kožul 28 June 1987 Sweden Gothenburg, Sweden
Shot put 20.94 m Edis Elkasević 23 June 2005 Slovenia Velenje, Slovenia
Discus throw 67.20 m Roland Varga 24 July 2010 Hungary Budapest, Hungary [2]
Hammer throw 80.41 m András Haklits 29 May 2005 United States Marietta, United States
Javelin throw 82.70 m Ivan Mustapić 25 July 1992 Croatia Zagreb, Croatia
Decathlon 7659 pts Joško Vlašić 24–25 June 1983 Turkey Izmir, Turkey
11.47 (100 m), 6.94 m (long jump), 13.85 m (shot put), 2.03 m (high jump), 50.79 (400 m),
14.96 (110 m hurdles), 46.18 m (discus), 4.20 m (pole vault), 58.94 m (javelin), 4:31.88 (1500 m)
20 km walk (road) 1:28:26 Aleksandar Raković 21 September 1991 Hungary Balassagyarmat, Hungary
50 km walk (road) 5:10:25 Želimir Haubrih 3 October 2009 Austria Hollenburg, Austria
4x100 m relay 39.76  Croatia
Slaven Krajačić
Vjekoslav Oršolić
Dejan Vojnović
Tihomir Buinjac
29 July 2000 Croatia Zagreb, Croatia
4x200 m relay 1:28.0 Mladost Zagreb 18 September 1985 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zagreb, Yugoslavia
4x400 m relay 3:05.42  Croatia
Elvis Peršić
Nino Habun
Frano Bakarić
Darko Juričić
25 July 2000 Slovenia Ljubljana, Slovenia
4x800 m relay 7:46.4 Dinamo Zagreb
Čavlek
Koščević
Čular
Murat
16 September 1956 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Nova Gorica, Yugoslavia
4x1500 m relay 16:08.2 Slavonija Osijek
Hanak
Subotić
Kokić
Adam
9 September 1962 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Osijek, Yugoslavia

Women

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 11.1 Jelica Pavličić 1 June 1975 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zagreb, Yugoslavia
100 m 11.51 Maja Golub 3 June 2009 Croatia Zagreb, Croatia
200 m 23.14 Jelica Pavličić 3 August 1974 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
300 m 37.64 Kristina Perica 14 September 2000 Australia Sydney, Australia
400 m 50.78 Danijela Grgić 17 August 2006 World Junior Championships China Beijing, PR China [3]
600 m 1:26.57 Vanja Perišić 3 June 2007 Slovenia Ljubljana, Slovenia
800 m 1:56.51 Slobodanka Čolović 17 June 1987 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Belgrade, Yugoslavia
1500 m 4:09.14 Slobodanka Čolović 21 July 1987 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Celje, Yugoslavia
3000 m 9:12.33 Liljana Ćulibrk 1 June 2004 Croatia Rijeka, Croatia
5000 m 16:08.33 Lisa Stublić 30 July 2011 Croatian Championships Croatia Zagreb, Croatia [4]
10000 m 33:46.9 Tijana Pavičić 11 July 1990 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zagreb, Yugoslavia
10 km (road) 33:56 Tijana Pavičić 22 November 1992 Italy Molinella, Italy
Half marathon 1:14:15 Lisa Stublić 13 March 2011 City-Pier-City Loop Netherlands The Hague, Netherlands [5][6]
Marathon 2:30:45 Lisa Stublić 10 April 2011 Linz Donau Marathon Austria Linz, Austria [7][8]
100 km 9:51:11 Mirjana Kmacic 21 March 2010 100 km di Seregno Italy Seregno, Italy [9]
100 m hurdles 13.26 (+1.3 m/s) Andrea Ivančević 19 July 2008 Slovenia Maribor, Slovenia
400 m hurdles 56.28 Nikolina Horvat 5 July 2008 Austria Villach, Austria
3000 m steeplechase 10:09.56 Lisa Stublić 1 June 2009 Slovenia Ljubljana, Slovenia
High jump 2.08 m Blanka Vlašić 31 August 2009 Hanžeković Memorial Croatia Zagreb, Croatia [10]
Pole vault 4.05 m Ivona Jerković 29 July 2005 Croatia Zagreb, Croatia
Long jump 6.68 m (+1.0 m/s) Silvija Mrakovčić 24 June 1990 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Belgrade, Yugoslavia
Triple jump 13.71 m (+1.4 m/s) Silvija Mrakovčić 21 May 1995 Slovenia Ljubljana, Slovenia
Shot put 16.40 m Sandra Perković 26 February 2011 Croatian Open Winter Throwing Championships Croatia Split, Croatia [11][12]
Discus throw 69.99 m Sandra Perković 4 June 2011 Croatian Cup Croatia Varaždin, Croatia [13]
Hammer throw 75.08 m Ivana Brkljačić 27 June 2007 Poland Warsaw, Poland
Javelin throw 56.50 m Ivana Vuković 3 March 2007 Croatia Split, Croatia
Heptathlon 5438 pts Lucija Cvitanović 16–17 July 2011 European U23 Championships Czech Republic Ostrava, Czech Republic [14]
15.03 (+1.3 m/s) (100 m hurdles), 1.69 m (high jump), 11.74 m (shot put), 26.65 (-0.6 m/s) (200 m) /
5.71 m (+1.4 m/s) (long jump), 46.06 m (javelin), 2:19.72 (800 m)
20 km walk (road) 2:19:39 Vlasta Jurlin 14 September 2007 Italy Riccione, Italy
4x100 m relay 45.14  Croatia
Sandra Parlov
Anita Banović
Marina Banović
Andrea Ivančević
18 June 2011 European Team Championships 1st League Turkey İzmir, Turkey [15]
4x200 m relay 1:42.7 Slavonija Osijek
Kovačev
Nađ
Maričić
Petnjarić
6 October 1964 Hungary Pécs, Hungary
4x400 m relay 3:34.44  Croatia
Sandra Parlov
Anita Banović
Vanja Perišić
Danijela Grgić
25 July 2000 Slovenia Ljubljana, Slovenia

Indoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
60 m 6.63 Dejan Vojnović 7 March 2003 Austria Linz, Austria
200 m 21.35 Josip Šoprek 5 February 2005 Austria Vienna, Austria
400 m 46.38 Luciano Sušanj 11 March 1973 European Championships Netherlands Rotterdam, Netherlands
800 m 1:46.40 Predrag Melnjak 10 February 1988 Italy Turin, Italy
1000 m 2:20.35 Branko Zorko 4 February 1998 Germany Erfurt, Germany
1500 m 3:38.05 Branko Zorko 2 February 1997 Sparkassen Cup Germany Stuttgart, Germany
3000 m 7:49.29 Branko Zorko 7 March 1990 Greece Piraeus, Greece
60 m hurdles 7.69 Jurica Grabušić 30 January 2010 Croatia Zagreb, Croatia
27 February 2010 Croatian Championships Croatia Zagreb, Croatia [16]
High jump 2.28 m Novica Čanović 25 February 1986 Greece Thessaloniki, Greece
Pole vault 5.10 m Ivan Horvat 19 February 2011 Croatian Championships Croatia Rijeka, Croatia [17][18]
Long jump 8.08 m Siniša Ergotić 8 February 2003 Hungary Budapest, Hungary
Triple jump 16.90 m Đorđe Kožul 27 February 1988 Hungary Budapest, Hungary
Shot put 20.43 m Nedžad Mulabegović 4 March 2011 European Championships France Paris, France [19]
Weight Throw (35 lb) 24.43 m Andras Haklits 9 March 2001 NCAA Division I Championships United States Fayetteville, United States [20]
Heptathlon 5049 pts Aleksandar Puklavec 1-2 March 2008 Slovakia Bratislava, Slovakia
7.43 (60 m), 6.52 m (long jump), 11.88 m (shot put), 2.05 m (high jump) / 8.75 (60 m hurdles), 4.10 m (pole vault), 2:55.09 (1000 m)
5000 m walk 20:27.01 Aleksandar Raković 13 February 1991 Italy Turin, Italy
4x400 m relay

Women

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
60 m 7.32 Andrea Ivančević 1 March 2008 Croatia Zagreb, Croatia
200 m 23.86 Jelica Pavličić February 1974 Hungary Budapest, Hungary
400 m 52.47 Jelica Pavličić 22 February 1976 European Championships West Germany Munich, West Germany
800 m 1:59.83 Slobodanka Čolović 8 February 1987 Hungary Budapest, Hungary
1500 m 4:17.55 Ljiljana Ćulibrk 20 January 2001 Hungary Budapest, Hungary
3000 m 9:18.01 Liljana Ćulibrk 5 February 2005 Austria Vienna, Austria
60 m hurdles 8.19 Andrea Ivančević 11 February 2007 Hungary Budapest, Hungary
High jump 2.06 m Blanka Vlašić 6 February 2010 Hochsprung mit Musik Germany Arnstadt, Germany [21]
Pole vault 4.00 m Ivona Jerković 19 February 2005 Croatia Zagreb, Croatia
4 March 2005 European Championships Spain Madrid, Spain
Long jump 6.28 m Silvija Mrakovčić 4 February 1990 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ljubljana, Yugoslavia
6.36 m X 19 February 1994 Slovenia Ljubljana, Slovenia
Triple jump 13.50 m Silvija Mrakovčić 27 January 1996 Hungary Budapest, Hungary
Shot put 16.99 m Sandra Perković 19 February 2011 Croatian Championships Croatia Rijeka, Croatia [22][23]
Weight Throw (20 lb) 20.81 m Dorotea Habazin 5 March 2011 Virginia Tech Final Qualifier United States Blacksburg, United States [24]
Pentathlon 3476 pts Tihana Šarac 29 February 2008 United States Lincoln, United States
9.36 (60 m hurdles), 1.48 m (high jump), 11.28 m (shot put), 5.48 m (long jump), 2:26.81 (800 m)
3000 m walk
4x400 m relay

X = unratified due to no doping control

References

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