United States Records in Track and Field - Outdoor - Women

Women

Event Record Athlete Team Date Meet Place Ref Video
100 m 10.49 (0.0 m/s) Florence Griffith Joyner WCAC 16 July 1988 US Olympic Trials IU Michael A. Carroll Track & Soccer Stadium, Indianapolis, United States
200 m 21.34 (+1.3 m/s) Florence Griffith Joyner USA 29 September 1988 Olympic Games Seoul Olympic Stadium, Seoul, South Korea
400 m 48.70 Sanya Richards Nike 17 September 2006 World Cup Olympic Stadium, Athens, Greece
800 m 1:56.40 Jearl Miles Clark Reebok 11 August 1999 Weltklasse Zürich Zürich, Switzerland
1000 m 2:31.80 Regina Jacobs Mizuno 3 July 1999 Brunswick, United States
1500 m 3:57.12 Mary Slaney Athletics West 26 July 1983 DN Galan Stockholm, Sweden
Mile 4:16.71 Mary Slaney Athletics West 21 August 1985 Weltklasse Zürich Zürich, Switzerland
2000 m 5:32.7 Mary Slaney Athletics West 3 August 1984 Hayward Field, Eugene, United States
3000 m 8:25.83 Mary Slaney Athletics West 7 July 1985 Golden Gala Rome, Italy
5000 m 14:44.76 Molly Huddle Saucony 27 August 2010 Memorial Van Damme Brussels, Belgium
10000 m 30:22.22 Shalane Flanagan Nike 15 August 2008 Olympic Games Beijing National Stadium, Beijing, PR China
10 km (road) 31:06 Lynn Jennings 3 March 1990 Orlando, United States
15 km (road) 47:15 Deena Kastor Asics 8 March 2003 Jacksonville, United States
One hour 17273 m x Nancy Conz 25 June 1981 Amherst, United States
20 km (road) 1:04:07+ Deena Kastor Asics 2 April 2006 Berlin Half Marathon Berlin, Germany
Half marathon 1:07:34 Deena Kastor Asics 2 April 2006 Berlin Half Marathon Berlin, Germany
1:06:57 a # Kara Goucher 30 September 2007 Newcastle-South Shields, United Kingdom
25 km (road) 1:24:43 Joan Benoit 10 May 1986 Grand Rapids, United States
1:21:57+ # Deena Kastor Asics 9 October 2005 Chicago Marathon Chicago, United States
1:22:36 a Deena Kastor Asics 23 April 2006 London Marathon London, United Kingdom
30 km (road) 1:39:08+ Deena Kastor Asics 23 April 2006 London Marathon London, United Kingdom
1:38:29+ # Deena Kastor Asics 9 October 2005 Chicago Marathon Chicago, United States
Marathon 2:19:36 Deena Kastor Asics 23 April 2006 London Marathon London, United Kingdom
100 km 7:00:48 Ann Trason 16 September 1995 Winschoten, Netherlands
100 m hurdles 12.33 (−0.3 m/s) Gail Devers Nike 23 July 2000 US Olympic Trials Sacramento, United States
400 m hurdles 52.47 Lashinda Demus 1 September 2011 World Championships Daegu Stadium, Daegu, South Korea
2000 m steeplechase 6:19.09 Bridget Franek 16 March 2013 Oregon Preview Hayward Field, Eugene, United States
3000 m steeplechase 9:12.50 Jennifer Barringer Colorado 17 August 2009 World Championships Olympic Stadium, Berlin, Germany
High jump 6 ft 8.75 in / 2.05 m Chaunte Lowe Nike 26 June 2010 National Championships Des Moines, United States
Pole vault 16 ft 1¾ in / 4.92 m Jennifer Stuczynski adidas 6 July 2008 US Olympic Trials Hayward Field, Eugene, United States
Long jump 24 ft 7 in / 7.49 m (+1.3 m/s) Jackie Joyner-Kersee adidas 22 May 1994 New York City, United States
24 ft 7 in / 7.49 m (+1.7 m/s) A 31 July 1994 Sestriere, Italy
Triple jump 47 ft 5 in / 14.45 m (+0.7 m/s) Tiombe Hurd Nike 11 July 2004 US Olympic Trials Sacramento, United States
Shot put 66 ft 2½ in / 20.18 m Ramona Pagel Mazda TC 25 June 1988 San Diego, United States
Jillian Camarena-Williams 8 July 2011 Meeting Areva Saint-Denis, France
Discus throw 222 ft 3 in / 67.74 m Stephanie Brown-Trafton 4 May 2012 Altius Track Crew Discus Throwdown Wailuku, United States
227 ft 8 in / 69.44 m # Suzy Powell Asics 27 April 2002 La Jolla, United States
Hammer throw 243 ft 4 in / 74.19 m Jessica Cosby 1 June 2012 Prefontaine Classic Hayward Field, Eugene, United States
Javelin throw 218 ft 9 in / 66.67 m Kara Patterson 25 June 2010 National Championships Des Moines, United States
Heptathlon 7291 pts Jackie Joyner-Kersee World Class AC 23–24 September 1988 Olympic Games Seoul Olympic Stadium, Seoul, South Korea
12.69 (+0.5 m/s) (100 m hurdles), 6 ft 1¼ in / 1.86 m (high jump), 51 ft 10 in / 15.80 m (shot put), 22.56 (+1.6 m/s) (200 m),
23 ft 10¼ in / 7.27 m (+0.7 m/s) (long jump), 149 ft 10 in / 45.66 m (javelin), 2:08.51 (800 m)
10000 m walk (track) 44:41.87 Michelle Rohl 26 July 1994 Saint Petersburg, Russia
44:06.0 # Michelle Rohl 2 June 1996 Kenosha, United States
10 km walk (road) 44:17 Michelle Rohl 7 August 1995 World Championships Gothenburg, Sweden
20000 m walk (track) 1:33:28.15 Teresa Vaill 25 June 2005 Carson, United States
20 km walk (road) 1:31:51 Michelle Rohl Moving Comfort 13 May 2000 Kenosha, United States
4×100 m relay 40.82 Tianna Madison
Allyson Felix
Bianca Knight
Carmelita Jeter
United States 10 August 2012 Olympic Games London, Great Britain
4×200 m relay 1:27.46 LaTasha Jenkins
LaTasha Colander-Richardson
Nanceen Perry
Marion Jones
United States 29 April 2000 Penn Relays Philadelphia, United States
4×400 m relay 3:15.51 Denean Howard
Diane Dixon
Valerie Brisco
Florence Griffith Joyner
United States 1 October 1988 Olympic Games Seoul, South Korea
4×800 m relay 8:04.31 Lea Wallace
Brenda Martinez
Ajee Wilson
Alysia Montano
USA Red 27 April 2013 Penn Relays Philadelphia, United States
4×100m Hurdles relay 50.78 Nia Ali (12.73)
Kristi Castlin (12.56)
Yvette Lewis (12.76)
Queen Harrison (12.61)
BoogieFast TC 6 April 2013 Florida Relays Gainesville, United States

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