Results, Rankings & Records
For more information, or to query a result, please contact the Athletics Australia Competitions Department on (03) 8646 4550.
|February 2020||1||Jandakot Airport Track Classic|
|6||Melbourne Track Classic|
|9||Australian 20km Race Walking Championships|
|13||Canberra Track Classic|
|16||Australian Combined Event Championships|
|22||Sydney Track Classic|
|Dec 2019||1||Australian 50km Championships|
|6||Australian All Schools Championships|
|9||Australian National Nitro Schools Final|
|Sep 2019||8||Winter Race Walking Championships|
|15||Australian Marathon Championships|
|Aug 2019||4||Half Marathon Championships – Men & Women|
|24||Australian Cross Country Championships|
|Jun 2019||25-28||Oceania Athletics Championships|
|May 2019||11-12||IAAF World Relays|
|April 2019||14||Australian 50km Championships|
|1-7||Coles Australian Track & Field Champsionships|
|23||Queensland Track Classic Pre-Meet|
|23||Queensland Track Classic|
|Mar 2019||16||Jandakot Airport Track Classic|
|16||Australian Age Combined Events Championships|
|Feb 2019||23||Sydney Track Classic|
|10||Oceania Athletics Road Walks Championships|
|Jan 2019||28||Canberra Track Classic|
|27||World Cross Country Championship – Australian Team Selection Trial|
|25||Hunter Track Classic|
|Sept 2018||10||Coles Nitro Schools Challenge – Team Results|
|Coles Nitro Schools Challenge National Final|
|7-9||Australian All Schools Championships – Full Results|
|Sep 2018||16||Australian Road Racing Championships|
|16||Australian Marathon Championships|
|Aug 2018||26||Australian Winter Race Walking Championships|
|25||Australian Cross Country Championships – Open Men, Open Women, Juniors|
|19||Australian Half Marathon Championships|
|June 2018||10||Australian 100km Championships|
|May 2018||9 – 11||Melanesian Regional Championships|
|Mar 2018||22||Summer of Athletics Grand Prix|
|14 – 18||Australian Junior Athletics Championships|
|10 – 11||Australian Junior Combined Event Championships|
|Feb 2018||15 – 18||Australian Athletics Championship|
|Australian 20km Race Walking Championships|
|Jan 2018||20-21||Summer Down Under|
|Australian 10000m Race Walking Championships|
|Dec 2017||11||Australian Schools Knockout Final|
|Nov 2017||4||Nitro Athletics Melbourne|
|Oct 2017||8||Australian All Schools Championships|
|Sep 2017||17||Australian Road Running Championships|
|Australian Marathon Championships – Men|
|Australian Marathon Championships – Women|
|Aug 2017||27||Australian Winter Walks Championships|
|26||Australian Cross Country Championships|
|8||Australian Half Marathon Championships|
|May 2017||3||Victorian Athletics Championships (Week 2)|
|Apr 2017||26-2||Australian Athletics Championships|
|Mar 2017||11||SUMMERofATHS Grand Prix|
|Feb 2017||24-26||Victorian Athletics Championships (Week 1)|
|24-26||Western Australian Athletics Championships|
|24-26||New South Wales Athletics Championships|
|23-26||Queensland Athletics Championships|
|19||Oceania & Australian 20km Race Walking Championships|
|17-19||Australian Capital Territory Athletics Championships|
|17-19||South Australian Athletics Championships|
|Jan 2017||29||Australian World Cross Country Selection Trials|
|28||Hunter Track Classic, Newcastle NSW|
|Dec 2016||2-4||Australian All Schools Championships (ACT)|
|5||Australian Schools Knockout Final (ACT)|
|12||Australian 50km Road Walk Championships (VIC)|
|Aug 2016||20||Australian Cross Country Championships (ACT)|
|21 td>||Australian Winter Walks Championships (ACT)|
|Jul 2016||3||Australian Half Marathon (QLD) – Women Results Men Results|
|Apr 2016||10||Australian 50km Championship (ACT)|
|Mar 2016||5||Melbourne World Challenge (VIC) – Prize Money|
|8-13||Australian Junior Championships (WA)|
|12||Perth Track Classic (WA)|
|19||Sydney Track Classic (NSW)|
|19||Queensland Track Classic (QLD) – Prize Money – Tour Overall Point Score|
|31-3||Australian Athletics Championships (NSW)|
|Feb 2016||6||IPC Grand Prix, Canberra (ACT) – Prize Money|
|13||Briggs Athletics Classic (TAS)|
|20||Canberra Track Classic (ACT)|
|20||Adelaide Track Classic (SA)|
|21||Oceania & Australian 20km Race Walking Championships – Prize Money|
|Jan 2016||31||Hunter Track Classic, Newcastle (NSW)|
To view Australian Rankings and Australian All-Time Lists please select and download one of the lists below.
All files are in PDF format.
Athletics Australia extends a sincere thanks to AA Statistician Paul Jenes, Fletcher McEwan and David Tarbotton for their work in compiling these rankings.
A complete list of Australian all-time rankings
Rankings ALLTIME (@ 15.09.20).pdf
A complete list of Australian rankings for 2017
Rankings 2017 (@ 29.12.17).pdf
A complete list of Australian rankings for 2016
Rankings 2016 (@ 31.12.16).pdf
A complete list of Australian rankings for 2016
Rankings 2016 (@ 19.07.16).pdf
A complete list of Australian rankings for 2015
Rankings 2015 (@ 30.12.15).pdf
A complete list of Australian rankings for 2015 (Para-athletes)
Rankings 2015 (@ 30.12.15).pdf
A complete list of Australian rankings for 2012
For more information, please contact Athletics Australia Statistician Paul Jenes (able-bodied) or Para-athletics Development Officer Brett Watton (Para-athletics) for more information.
There are separate record application forms to be used for claiming track, field and combined event records.
These forms are available to download in PDF format below and can be used for claiming open and underage Australian records for both able bodied athletes and athletes with a disability.
For underage records, since 1st January 1998, the determination of age groups has been that for an athlete to be recognised as the holder of an underage record, the athlete shall be under the specified age as at 31st December in the year of the performance.
When claiming a record, the following supporting documents are required:
- Record application form
- Official result
- Photo finish print
- Timekeepers recording sheet showing 3 times, for hand timed records
- Wind readings (if applicable)
- Lap score sheets (if applicable)
- Walk judges report (if applicable)
- Meet Program
- Proof of date of birth
The completed record application form and supporting documents should be mailed to Athletics Australia within 28 days. It is recommended that persons claiming records keep a copy of all documentation sent to Athletics Australia.
Australian records achieved by able bodied athletes are ratified by Athletics Australia Records Officer Ronda Jenkins. Australian records achieved by athletes with a disability (AWD athletes) are ratified by Athletics Australia Para-Athletics Records Officers within the Athletics Australia Competitions Team.
AUSTRALIAN & WORLD RECORDS
Select and download one of the record lists below to view Australian and World Records.
Athletics Australia thank Records Officers Ronda Jenkins OAM and the Athletics Australia Competitions Team for their work in compiling and maintaining the information shown.Athletics Australia is the national governing body for the sport of athletics in Australia.
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