World Record Progression
Since introduction of finals in 1986:
|485.5||Anke Völker (GDR)||1986||WCH||Suhl, East Germany|
|489.0||Jasna Brajković (YUG)||1987||WCH||Budapest, Hungary|
|489.5||Jasna Šekarić (YUG)||1988||OG||Seoul, South Korea|
|New targets from 1989|
|488.8||Svetlana Smirnova (URS)||1989||ECH||Copenhagen, Denmark|
|492.4||Liselotte Breker (FRG)||1989||WC||Zagreb, Yugoslavia|
|492.7||Jasna Šekarić (YUG)||1996||WCF||Näfels, Switzerland|
|493.0||Svetlana Smirnova (RUS)||1998-05-23 !23 May 1998||WC||Munich, Germany|
|493.5||Ren Jie (CHN)||1999-05-22 !22 May 1999||WC||Munich, Germany|
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