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World Indoor Records—Men

(Through Sept. 6, 2006)

Event Record Holder Home country Where made Date
Running
50 m 0:05.56Donovan BaileyCanadaReno, Nev.Feb. 9, 1996
60 m 0:06.39 Maurice GreeneUnited StatesMadrid, SpainFeb. 3, 1998
 0:06.39 Maurice GreeneUnited StatesAtlanta, Ga.March 3, 2001
200 m 0:19.92Frank FredericksNamibiaLiévin, FranceFeb. 18, 1996
400 m 0:44.57Kerron ClementUnited StatesFayetteville, Ark.March 12, 2005
800 m 1:42.67Wilson KipketerDenmarkParis, FranceMarch 9, 1997
1,000 m 2:14.96Wilson KipketerDenmarkBirmingham, EnglandFeb. 20, 2000
1,500 m3:31.18Hicham El GuerroujMoroccoStuttgart, GermanyFeb. 2, 1997
1 mile3:48.45Hicham El GuerroujMoroccoGhent, BelgiumFeb. 12, 1997
3,000 m 7:24.90 Daniel Komen Kenya Budapest, HungaryFeb. 6, 1998
5,000 m 12:49.60Kenenisa BekeleEthiopiaBirmingham, EnglandFeb. 20, 2004
5,000 m
 race walking
18:07.08Mikhail ShchennikovRussiaMoscow, RussiaFeb. 14, 1995
Hurdles
50 m 0:06.25 Mark McKoyCanadaKobe, JapanMarch 5, 1986
60 m0:07.30 Colin JacksonGreat BritainSindelfingen, GermanyMarch 6, 1994
Relay races
800 m (4 × 200) 1:22.11Great Britain & Northern IrelandGreat BritainGlasgow, ScotlandMarch 3, 1991
1,600 m
 (4 × 400)
3:02.83 National TeamUnited StatesMaebashi, JapanMarch 7, 1999
3,200 m
 (4 × 800)
7:13.94 Global Athletics & MarketingUnited StatesBoston, Mass.Feb. 6, 2000
Field events
High jump 2.43 mJavier Sotomayor Cuba Budapest, HungaryMarch 4, 1989
Pole vault 6.15 m Sergey Bubka Ukraine Donetsk, UkraineFeb. 21, 1993
Long jump 8.79 m Carl LewisUnited States New York, N.Y.Jan. 27, 1984
Triple jump 17.83 m Aliecer UrrutiaCubaSindelfingen, GermanyMarch 1, 1997
 17.83 m Christian OlssonSwedenBudapest, HungaryMarch 7, 2004
Shot-put 22.66 mRandy Barnes United States Los Angeles, Calif.Jan. 20, 1989
Heptathlon 6,476 ptsDan O'BrienUnited StatesToronto, CanadaMarch 14, 1993
Source: IAAF.

World Indoor Records—Women

(Through Sept. 6, 2006)

Event Record Holder Home country Where made Date
Running
50 m 0:05.96Irina PrivalovaRussiaMadrid, SpainFeb. 9, 1995
60 m 0:06.92Irina PrivalovaRussiaMadrid, SpainFeb. 11, 1993
 0:06.92Irina PrivalovaRussiaMadrid, SpainFeb. 9, 1995
200 m 0:21.87Merlene OtteyJamaicaLiévin, FranceFeb. 13, 1993
400 m 0:49.59Jarmila KratochvílováCzechoslovakiaMilan, ItalyMarch 7, 1982
800 m 1:55.82Jolanda CeplakSlovak RepublicVienna, AustriaMarch 3, 2002
1,000 m 2:30.94Maria de Lurdes MutolaMozambiqueStockholm, SwedenFeb. 25, 1999
1,500 m3:58.28Yelena SobolevaRussiaMoscow, RussiaFeb. 18, 2006
1 mile4:17.14Doina MelinteRomaniaEast Rutherford, N.J.Feb. 9, 1990
3,000 m 8:27.86 Liliya ShobukhovaRussiaMoscow, RussiaFeb. 17, 2006
5,000 m 14:32.93Tirunesh DibabaEthiopiaBoston, Mass.Jan. 29, 2005
3,000 m
 race walking
11:40.33Claudia StefRomaniaBucharest, RomaniaJan. 30, 1999
Hurdles
50 m 0:06.58 Cornelia OschkenatEast GermanyBerlin, GermanyFeb. 20, 1988
60 m0:07.69Ludmila EngquistSoviet UnionChelyabinsk, RussiaFeb. 4, 1990
Relay races
800 m (4 × 200) 1:32.41National TeamRussiaGlasgow, ScotlandJan. 29, 2005
1,600 m
 (4 × 400)
3:23.37National TeamRussiaGlasgow, ScotlandJan. 28, 2006
3,200 m
 (4 × 800)
8:18.71National TeamRussiaMoscow, RussiaFeb. 4, 1994
Field events
High jump 2.08 mKajsa BergqvistSwedenArndstadt, GermanyFeb. 4, 2006
Pole vault 4.91 m Yelena IsinbayevaRussiaDonetsk, UkraineFeb. 12, 2006
Long jump 7.37 m Heike DrechslerEast GermanyVienna, AustriaFeb. 13, 1988
Triple jump 15.36 m Tatyana LebedevaRussiaBudapest, HungaryMarch 6, 2004
Shot-put 22.50 mHelena FibingerováCzechoslovakiaJablonec, CzechoslovakiaFeb. 19, 1977
Pentathlon 4,991 pts. Irina BelovaUnified TeamBerlin, GermanyFeb. 15, 1992
Source: IAAF.

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