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  • #16
    Re: Philippines Record 400m Record still 45.57 after 28 Year

    how about - 2 Miles HS

    8:40.0

    Gerry Lindgren (Rogers, Spokane, Washington)

    Daly City, California

    2/15/64 !!! 49 years !!!

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    • #17
      Re: Philippines Record 400m Record still 45.57 after 28 Year

      Peter Norman is an utter legend.

      Our 400m Hurdles was recently broken by Fil-Heritage athlete Eric Cray he just ran 50.74 in April. The previous was 51.26 by Renato Unso at the 1983 SEA Games where he won the gold medal. Eric made the final at asian champs and is our representative at the world champs.

      Cray has a personal best of 50.46. But he acquired his dual citizenship in March, so the IAAF has now recognized this as the new record aswell as the Philippines Track and Field Association.

      I have put up my references.

      Renato Unso
      http://pinoyathletics.info/2013/07/rena ... al-record/

      Eric Cray
      http://pinoyathletics.info/2013/07/cray ... nso-rev-2/

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      • #18
        Re: Philippines Record 400m Record still 45.57 after 28 Year

        Originally posted by bambam
        Irish men's long jump record - set by Peter O'Connor in 1901 and lasted until 1990.
        There were allot of guiness poured and bar fights had between 1901 and 1990.

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        • #19
          Re: Philippines Record 400m Record still 45.57 after 28 Year

          Polish junior records in the women's 100, 200 and LJ will be 50 years old next year. All set at the Tokyo Olympics by Ewa K?obukowska and Irena Kirszenstein (later Szewi?ska). Well, we've now got a contender for the 100 record, so maybe that one won't survive next season, but breaking the other two could take a long time...
          Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...

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          • #20
            400 Hurdle Record was lowered by Cray 50.74 all the way down to 48.98.

            400m record is still 45.57 by Isidro Del Prado set in 1984. but Trenten Beram another Filipino American ran the #2 All Time Mark at 46.39 at the SEA Games last August. Beram is only 21, and has lowered his 200m mark down from 21.12 to 20.84 recently.

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            • #21
              Neither Sir John Walker not Nick Willis have come close to breaking it.
              Last edited by online; 06-19-2018, 03:19 PM.
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              • #22
                Originally posted by wallaby View Post
                There's some pretty old ones still for Australia:

                Mens 200m - Peter Norman - 20.06 - 1968.
                Mens 800m - Ralph Doubell - 1.44.6 - 1968
                Women's 800m - Charlene Rendina - 1.59 - 1976

                The 100m Hurdle record pre-Sally Pearson was set in 1972.

                Like a lot of countries, we just don't get the depth in athletics - a small population means that almost all the good athletes get streamed at junior level to football (all types), basketball, netball, and hockey. There's not enough 'left-overs' to develop a strong internal competition in sports like athletics.
                Plus, in the 1970s, the Australian Olympic Committee decided to target Olympic sports where Australia had had some past success, and were more likely to bring rewards in the future - ie value for money. Top junior development programs were put in place for those sports.
                Hence why Australia has been such a leading cycling and rowing nation over the last 20+ years (the poms have pinched all our ideas and our coaches recently, and they lead those now), and our athletes have been doing it tough.
                Doubell ran 1:44.3 in Mexico City. Kiprugut's time for the silver was 1:44.5

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                • #23
                  Need clarification on IAAF long jump record approved in 1901? IAAF was formed in 1912 after Stockholm Olympics and World Records for events are listed as pre IAAF and post IAAF era.
                  For example: 100m official first IAAF recognized record is listed as 10.6 by Lippincott. The pre IAFF record lists several men with 10.5 times from 1911 and pre1912 IAAF formation. One mile had fastest amateur mile in 1911not recognized as IAAF record until Jones ran faster mile in 1913.

                  So when one says IAAF “recognized” world record it should begin after IAAF was formed. As far as I know they didn’t list world records made before they were formed.
                  Anyone have more authoritative or “official” opinion or information?
                  My father was born in Ireland and I donÂ’t want to question another Irishman greatness and world record status.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by midwestfan View Post
                    Need clarification on IAAF long jump record approved in 1901? IAAF was formed in 1912 after Stockholm Olympics and World Records for events are listed as pre IAAF and post IAAF era.
                    For example: 100m official first IAAF recognized record is listed as 10.6 by Lippincott. The pre IAFF record lists several men with 10.5 times from 1911 and pre1912 IAAF formation. One mile had fastest amateur mile in 1911not recognized as IAAF record until Jones ran faster mile in 1913.

                    So when one says IAAF “recognized” world record it should begin after IAAF was formed. As far as I know they didn’t list world records made before they were formed.
                    Anyone have more authoritative or “official” opinion or information?
                    My father was born in Ireland and I donÂ’t want to question another Irishman greatness and world record status.
                    Richard Hymans needs to respond on this as he literally wrote the book on T&F world records.

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                    • #25
                      Thank for reference, bambam. Did more research and IAAF first met on 7/17/12 but did not become official organization until Berlin Meeting in August, 1913 at which time James E. Sullivan was elected to Records committee of IAAF and given the "task" of compiling a set of World and OG records. It appears at the IAAF next meeting in Lyons in June, 1914 they voted to establish a "Registry of World Records" that would be approved as the official IAAF World Records.

                      I cannot find the reference article of the publication by Sullivan or IAAF of this "official" list of WR and date it was approved by committee but it looks that it was definitely after August, 1913 and maybe after June, 1914.

                      In any case, it appears Sullivan and his committee established the IAAF World Record List and no doubt used former achievements as being "legitimate", ie, trustworthy measurements, timing, and distances from officials at that meet to be recognized as World Record achievements when official list was published in 1913-1914.

                      So Connors of Ireland can thank Sullivan of Ireland/USA for being listed on his 1901 long jump record. It probably the oldest record that was included on the IAAF's first Registry of World Records.
                      Last edited by midwestfan; 11-01-2017, 03:31 PM. Reason: comment not competed

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                      • #26
                        a quick look at the WR Progression book shows Maxey Long's 440 of 1900 being ratified by the IAAF.

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                        • #27
                          There were allot of guiness poured and bar fights had between 1901 and 1990.
                          Last edited by online; 06-19-2018, 03:19 PM.
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