The records listed are correct as of 13 April 2008.
|50 m||00:17.72||Lam Zhi Loong||2003||Ho Chi Minh City|
|100 m||00:42.70||Lam Zhi Loong||2003||Ho Chi Minh City|
|200 m||01:37.44||Matt Saunders||2000||Palma de Majorca|
|400 m||03:30.62||Jeremy Morse||1994||Dong Guan|
|800 m||07:24.53||Jeremy Morse||1994||Dong Guan|
|1500 m||14:20.69||Jeremy Morse||1994||Dong Guan|
|50 m||00:21.55||George Hopkinson||2007||Swansea|
|100 m||00:54.42||Alaric Smith||2007||Swansea|
|200 m||02:08.62||Jason Smith||2007||Antwerp|
|50 m||00:16.10||Leslie Kwok Ying Wah||2003||Ho Chi Minh City|
|100 m||00:40.89||Alaric Smith||2007||Antwerp|
|400 m||03:39.75||Josef Kyskila||1996||Canberra|
|800 m||08:54.12||Alaric Smith||2007||Swansea|
|4×100 m||02:50.01||Singapore||2003||Ho Chi Minh City|
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