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Athletissima

Athletissima
Stade Olympique de la Pontaise
Date June - July
Location Lausanne, Switzerland
Event type Track and field
Established 8 July 1977
Official site Diamond League – Lausanne

Athletissima is an annual athletics meeting at the Stade Olympique de la Pontaise in Lausanne, Switzerland. Previously one of the five IAAF Super Grand Prix events, it is now part of the IAAF Diamond League.

The first edition was held on 8 July 1977.

Contents

  • World records 1
  • Meeting Records 2
    • Men 2.1
    • Women 2.2
  • Notes and references 3
  • See also 4
  • External links 5

World records

Over the course of its history, three world records have been set at Athletissima.

Year Event Record Athlete Nationality
2006 110 m hurdles 12.88 (+1.1 m/s) Liu Xiang  China
2005 Pole vault 4.93 m Yelena Isinbayeva  Russia
1994 100 m 9.85 (+1.2 m/s) Leroy Burrell  United States

Meeting Records

Men

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Ref
100 m 9.69 (-0.1 m/s) Yohan Blake  Jamaica 23 August 2012 [1]
200 m 19.58 (+1.4 m/s) Usain Bolt  Jamaica 23 August 2012 [2]
400 m 43.66 Michael Johnson  United States 3 July 1996
800 m 1:42.61 Wilson Kipketer  Denmark 2 July 1997
1500 m 3:29.51 Ali Saïdi-Sief  Algeria 4 July 2001
3000 m 7:30.62 Daniel Komen  Kenya 2 July 1999
5000 m 12:59.13 Vincent Chepkok  Kenya 30 June 2011 [3]
110 m hurdles 12.88 (+1.1 m/s) Liu Xiang  China 11 July 2006
400 m hurdles 47.14 Edwin Moses  United States 1981
3000 m steeplechase 8:01.62 Brimin Kiprop Kipruto  Kenya 8 July 2010
High jump 2.41 m Bohdan Bondarenko  Ukraine 4 July 2013 [4]
Pole vault 5.91 m Brad Walker  United States 10 July 2007
Long jump 8.56 m Iván Pedroso  Cuba 1995
Triple jump 17.91 m (+1.4 m/s) Teddy Tamgho  France 30 June 2011 [5]
Shot put 21.88 m Ryan Whiting  United States 4 July 2013 [6]
Discus throw 70.53 m Virgilijus Alekna  Lithuania 5 July 2005
Javelin throw 90.72 m Jan Zelezny  Czechoslovakia 10 July 1991

Women

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Ref
100 m 10.72 (0.0 m/s) Marion Jones  United States 25 August 1998
200 m 22.07 Merlene Ottey  Jamaica 1995
400 m 49.45 Marie-José Pérec  France 3 July 1996
800 m 1:56.25 Maria Mutola  Mozambique 2 July 2002
1500 m 3:58.60 Yelena Soboleva  Russia 11 July 2006
3000 m 8:34.58 Vivian Cheruiyot  Kenya 8 July 2010
100 m hurdles 12.40 (+1.2 m/s) Gail Devers  United States 2 July 2002
400 m hurdles 53.08 Nezha Bidouane  Morocco 2 July 1999
3000 m steeplechase 9:17.66 Hiwot Ayalew  Ethiopia 4 July 2013 [7]
High jump 2.04 m Kajsa Bergqvist  Sweden 2 July 2002
Pole vault 4.93 m Yelena Isinbayeva  Russia 5 July 2005
Long jump 7.48 m (+0.4 m/s) Heike Drechsler  Germany 8 July 1992
Triple jump 15.33 m (+1.2 m/s) Tatyana Lebedeva  Russia 6 July 2004
Shot put 20.95 m Valerie Adams  New Zealand 23 August 2012 [8]
Discus throw 68.96 m Sandra Perković  Croatia 4 July 2013 [9]
Javelin throw 67.40 m Osleidys Menendez  Cuba 2 July 2002
4×100 m relay 42.40 Madiea Ghafoor
Dafne Schippers
Tessa van Schagen
Jamile Samuel
 Netherlands 3 July 2014 [10]

Notes and references

  1. ^ "100m Results".  
  2. ^ "200m Results".  
  3. ^ "5000m Men: Results" ( 
  4. ^ "High Jump Results".  
  5. ^ "Triple Jump Men: Results" ( 
  6. ^ "Shot Put Results".  
  7. ^ "3000 Metres Steeplechase Results".  
  8. ^ "Women's Shot Put Results".  
  9. ^ "Discus Throw Results".  
  10. ^ "Women's 4×100m Relay Results". Diamond League - Lausanne. 3 July 2014. Retrieved 4 July 2014. 

See also

External links

  • Diamond League – Lausanne Official Web Site
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