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List of Indian records in athletics

The following are the national records in athletics in India. Some of the records are maintained by Athletics Federation of India (AFI). Outdoor times for track races between 200 meters to 10,000 meters are set on 400-meter unbanked tracks. Indoor marks are established on 200-meter tracks, whether banked or unbanked. Indoor tracks longer than 200 meters are considered "oversized" and times are not accepted for record purposes.

Key to tables:   Awaiting ratification   Record not kept by AFI   Not ratified or later rescinded by AFI

+ = en route to a longer distance
h = hand timing
A = affected by altitude
X = annulled due to doping violation

Outdoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
Track Events
100 m 10.26 (+1.2 m/s) Amiya Kumar Mallick 28 April 2016 National Federation Cup New Delhi, India [1]
10.23 (+1.6 m/s) Manikanta Hoblidhar 11 October 2023 National Open Championships Bangalore, India [2]
10.21 (+2.0 m/s)[a] Anil Kumar Prakash 5 July 2000 Bangalore, India
10.25 (+1.8 m/s) Amlan Borgohain 29 August 2022 All-India Inter-Railways Athletics Championships Raebareli, India [3]
200 m 20.63 (+1.5 m/s) Muhammed Anas 15 August 2018 Jablonec nad Nisou, Czech Republic [4]
20.52 (+1.0 m/s) Amlan Borgohain 6 April 2022 Federation Cup Kozhikode, India [5]
20.45 (+1.0 m/s) X Dharambir Singh 11 July 2016 3rd Indian Grand Prix Bengaluru, India [6]
300 m 32.41 Muhammed Anas 17 August 2019 Rieter Athletics Meeting Ústí nad Orlicí, Czech Republic [7]
400 m 45.21 Muhammed Anas 13 July 2019 Kladno Athletics meet Kladno, Czech Republic [8]
800 m 1:45.65 Jinson Johnson 27 June 2018 National Inter-State Championship Guwahati, India [9]
1500 m 3:35.24 Jinson Johnson 1 September 2019 ISTAF Berlin Berlin, Germany [10]
3000 m 7:50.31 Surendra Singh 4 June 2008 Twickenham, United Kingdom [11]
5000 m 13:29.70 Bahadur Prasad 27 June 1992 Birmingham, United Kingdom
13:25.65 Avinash Sable 6 May 2022 Sound Running Track Meet San Juan Capistrano, United States [12]
13:19.30 Avinash Sable 6 May 2023 Sound Running On Track Fest Walnut, United States [13]
13:18.92 Gulveer Singh 9 June 2024 Portland Track Festival Portland, United States [14]
10000 m 28:02.89 Surendra Singh 12 July 2008 Spanish Olympic Trials Vigo, Spain [15]
27:41.81 Gulveer Singh 16 March 2024 The TEN San Juan Capistrano, United States [16]
100 km (track) 7:32:43 h Amar Singh Devanda 13–14 March 2021 Tuffman 24 Hour Stadium Run Chandigarh, India [17]
12 hours 140.00 km Dhananjay Sharma 18 December 2022 Tuffman 12 Hour Stadium Run Gurugram, India [18]
24 hours 222.24 km Binay Kumar Sah 9–10 March 2019 Tuffman 24 Hour Stadium Run Chandigarh, India
110 m hurdles 13.48 (-0.9 m/s) Siddhanth Thingalaya 10 June 2017 Altis Invitational Mesa, United States [19]
13.41 (+1.0 m/s) Tejas Shirse 22 May 2024 Motonet GP Jyväskylä, Finland [20]
400 m hurdles 48.80 Ayyasamy Dharun 16 March 2019 Federation Cup Patiala, India [21]
2000 m steeplechase 5:49.23 Atul Gamit 6 November 2019 Indian U18 Championships Mangalagiri, India [22]
3000 m steeplechase 8:18.12 Avinash Sable 30 July 2021 Olympic Games Tokyo, Japan [23][24]
8:16.21 Avinash Sable 23 March 2022 Indian Grand Prix 2 Thiruvananthapuram, India [25]
8:12.48 Avinash Sable 5 June 2022 Meeting International Mohammed VI d'Athlétisme de Rabat Rabat, Morocco [26][27]
8:11.20 Avinash Sable 6 August 2022 Commonwealth Games Birmingham, United Kingdom [28]
5000 m walk 20:20.04 Juned Khan 19 December 2017 National School Games Rohtak, India [29]
10000 m walk 38:49.21 Sandeep Kumar 7 August 2022 Commonwealth Games Birmingham, United States [30]
20000 m walk 1:20:22.52 Gurmeet Singh 3 February 2012 All-India Railway Championships Bhubaneswar, India [31]
4 × 100 m relay 38.89  India
Rahamatulla Molla
Suresh Sathya
Shameer Mon
A. Qureshi
12 October 2010 Commonwealth Games New Delhi, India [32][33]
4 × 400 m relay 3:00.25  India
Muhammed Anas
Noah Nirmal Tom
Arokia Rajiv
Amoj Jacob
6 August 2021 Olympic Games Tokyo, Japan [34]
2:59.05  India
Muhammed Anas
Amoj Jacob
Muhammad Ajmal Variyathodi
Rajesh Ramesh [de]
26 August 2023 World Championships Budapest, Hungary [35]
Road Events
5 km 14:05 Abhishek Pal 17 February 2019 5 km Herculis Monaco [36]
10 km 28:42 Gavit Murali Kumar 9 January 2022 10K Valencia Ibercaja Valencia, Spain [37]
15 km 44:25 Abhishek Pal 18 November 2018 Zevenheuvelenloop Nijmegen, Netherlands [38]
Half marathon 1:00:30 Avinash Sable 29 November 2020 Delhi Half Marathon New Delhi, India [39]
Marathon 2:12:00 Shivnath Singh 28 May 1978 [40] Jalandhar, India
90 km 7:30:17 (90.184 km) Sandeep Kumar 23 June 2018 Comrades Ultra Marathon Run Durban, South Africa [41]
10 km walk 39:43+ Akshdeep Singh 19 March 2023 Asian Race Walking Championships Nomi, Japan [42]
39:25 Sahil 31 January 2024 11th National Open Competition Chandigarh, India [43]
15 km walk 1:00:00+ Akshdeep Singh 19 March 2023 Asian Race Walking Championships Nomi, Japan [42]
20 km walk 1:20:16 Sandeep Kumar 13 February 2021 National Race Walking Championships Ranchi, India [44]
1:19:55 Akshdeep Singh 14 February 2023 National Race Walking Championships Ranchi, India [45]
1:19:38 Akshdeep Singh 30 January 2024 National Race Walking Championships Chandigarh, India [46]
35 km walk (road) 2:45:17 Eknath Turambekar 5 March 2022 Race Walking Team Championships Muscat, Oman [47]
2:40:16 Juned Khan 17 April 2022 National Race Walking Championship Ranchi, India [48]
2:36:34 Ram Baboo 4 October 2022 National Games Gandhinagar, India [49]
2:31:36 Ram Baboo 15 February 2023 National Race Walking Championships Ranchi, India [50]
2:29:56 Ram Baboo 25 March 2023 Dudinská Päťdesiatka Dudince, Slovakia [51]
50 km walk 3:56:00 [b] Sandeep Kumar 18 February 2017 Indian Racewalking Championships New Delhi, India [52]
Field Events
High jump 2.29 m Tejaswin Shankar 27 April 2018 Texas Tech Corky/Crofoot Shootout Lubbock, United States [53]
Pole vault 5.30 m Subramani Siva 19 September 2018 All-India Inter-Services Championships Bangalore, India [54]
5.31 m Subramani Siva 3 October 2022 Gandhinagar, India
Long jump 8.26 m (+0.3 m/s) Sreeshankar Murali 16 March 2021 National Championships Patiala, India [55]
8.36 m (+1.5 m/s) Sreeshankar Murali 3 April 2022 Federation Cup Kozhikode, India [56]
8.42 m (+1.8 m/s) Jeswin Aldrin 2 March 2023 2nd Indian Open Jumps Competition Vijayanagar, India [57]
Triple jump 17.30 m (+1.8 m/s) Renjith Maheswary 11 July 2016 3rd Indian Grand Prix Bangalore, India [6]
17.37 m (-1.5 m/s) Praveen Chithravel 6 May 2023 V Prueba de Confrontación Havana, Cuba [58]
Shot put 21.49 m Tajinderpal Singh Toor 21 June 2021 Indian Grand Prix 4 Patiala, India [59]
21.77 m Tajinderpal Singh Toor 19 June 2023 Inter-State Athletics Championships Bhubaneswar, India [60]
Discus throw 66.28 m Vikas Gowda 12 April 2012 Old Style Discus Challenge Norman, United States [61]
Hammer throw 70.73 m Neeraj Kumar 29 June 2016 National Interstate Championships Hyderabad, India [62]
72.86 m [c] Kamalpreet Singh 21 May 2015 Tucson Elite Classic Tucson, United States [63]
71.47 m 23 May 2015 [64]
Javelin throw 88.07 m Neeraj Chopra 5 March 2021 Indian Grand Prix Patiala, India [65]
89.30 m Neeraj Chopra 14 June 2022 Paavo Nurmi Games Turku, Finland [66][67]
89.94 m Neeraj Chopra 30 June 2022 BAUHAUS-galan Stockholm, Sweden [68]
Combined Events
Decathlon 7658 pts Bharatinder Singh 11–12 June 2011 Indian Inter-State Championships Bangalore, India [69]
10.83 (100 m), 7.45 m (long jump), 14.67 m (shot put), 1.95 m (high jump), 49.83 (400 m) /
15.27 (110 m hurdles), 48.71 m (discus), 4.00 m (pole vault), 62.85 m (javelin), 5:24.18 (1500 m)
7666 pts Tejaswin Shankar 2–3 October 2023 Asian Games Hangzhou, China [70]
100m (wind) Long jump (wind) Shot put High jump 400m 110H (wind) Discus Pole vault Javelin 1500m
11.12 (+1.0 m/s) 7.37 m (-0.1 m/s) 13.39 m 2.21 m 49.67 14.78 (+0.8 m/s) 39.28 m 4.10 m 51.17 m 4:48.32

Women

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
Track Events
100 m 11.17 (0.0 m/s) Dutee Chand 21 June 2021 Indian Grand Prix 4 Patiala, India [59]
200 m 22.82 (+0.8 m/s) Saraswati Saha 28 August 2002 National Circuit Meet Ludhiana, India [71]
300 m 37.25 Hima Das 17 August 2019 Rieter atletický mítink Ústí nad Orlicí, Czech Republic [72]
400 m 50.79 Hima Das 26 August 2018 Asian Games Jakarta, Indonesia [73]
800 m 1:59.17 Tintu Luka 4 September 2010 Continental Cup Split, Croatia [74]
1500 m 4:05.39 Harmilan Kaur Bains 16 September 2021 National Open Championships Warangal, India [75]
4:04.78 K. M. Deeksha 11 May 2024 Sound Running Track Fest Los Angeles, United States [76]
3000 m 8:57.19 Parul Chaudhary 2 July 2022 Sound Running Sunset Tour Los Angeles, United States [77]
5000 m 15:15.89 Preeja Sreedharan 26 November 2010 Asian Games Guangzhou, China [78]
15:10.35 Parul Chaudhary 6 May 2023 Sound Running On Track Fest Walnut, United States [79]
10000 m 31:50.47 Preeja Sreedharan 21 November 2010 Asian Games Guangzhou, China [80][81]
12 hours 111.78 km Ashwini G 2 February 2020 Tuffman 24 Hour Stadium Run Chandigarh, India [82]
24 hours 186.90 km Meenal Kotak 11–12 February 2023 Tuffman 24 Hour Stadium Run Chandigarh, India [83]
100 m hurdles 13.38 (-0.7 m/s) Anuradha Biswal 26 August 2002 DDA-Raja Bhalendra Singh National Circuit meet New Delhi, India
13.38 (+0.4 m/s) 8 September 2002
13.23 (-0.1 m/s) Jyothi Yarraji 10 May 2022 Cyprus International Athletics Meeting Limassol, Cyprus [84]
13.11 (+0.3 m/s) Jyothi Yarraji 22 May 2022 Loughborough International Athletics Loughborough, United Kingdom [85]
13.04 (+1.4 m/s) Jyothi Yarraji 26 May 2022 Harry Schulting Games Vught, Netherlands [86]
12.82 (+0.9 m/s) Jyothi Yarraji 17 October 2022 National Open Championships Bengaluru, India [87]
12.78 (+1.0 m/s) Jyothi Yarraji 4 August 2023 Summer World University Games Chengdu, China [88]
13.03 (+1.9 m/s) [d] Jyothi Yarraji 5 January 2020 All India Inter-University Championships Moodabidri, India [89]
13.23 (+1.9 m/s) [e] Sapna Kumari [90]
400 m hurdles 55.42 P. T. Usha 8 August 1984 Olympic Games Los Angeles, United States
55.42 Vithya Ramraj 1 October 2023 Asian Games Hangzhou, China [91]
2000 m steeplechase 6:42.18 G. Maheshwari 15 September 2019 South Zone Junior Championships Udupi, India [92]
3000 m steeplechase 9:19.76 Lalita Babar 13 August 2016 Olympic Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [93]
9:15.31 Parul Chaudhary 27 August 2023 World Championships Budapest, Hungary [94]
5000 m walk 22:05.75 Khushbir Kaur 19 January 2015 All India Inter-University Championships Moodabidri, India [95]
10000 m walk 43:38.83 Priyanka Goswami 6 August 2022 Commonwealth Games Birmingham, United Kingdom [96]
20000 m walk 1:36:16.87 Bhawna Jat 22 August 2019 All-India Railway Championships Pune, India [97]
4 × 100 m relay 43.37  India
Dutee Chand
Hima Das
S Dhanalakshmi
Archana Suseendran
21 June 2021 Indian Grand Prix 4 Patiala, India [59]
4 × 400 m relay 3:26.89  India
Rajwinder Kaur
K. M. Beenamol
Chitra K. Soman
Manjit Kaur
27 August 2004 Olympic Games Athens, Greece [98]
Road Events
10 km 34:14 Lalita Babar 28 November 2010 Hyderabad 10 km Hyderabad, India [99]
Half marathon 1:10:31 Suriya Loganathan 19 November 2017 Delhi Half Marathon New Delhi, India [100]
Marathon 2:34:43 O. P. Jaisha 30 August 2015 World Championships Beijing, China [101][102]
5 km walk 24:16 Amandeep Kaur 9 May 2004 World Athletics Day Patiala, India [103]
10 km walk 43:31+ Priyanka Goswami 13 February 2021 National Race Walking Championships Ranchi, India [104]
20 km walk 1:28:45 Priyanka Goswami 13 February 2021 National Race Walking Championships Ranchi, India [105]
35 km walk (road) 3:13:19 Priyanka Goswami 5 March 2022 Race Walking Team Championships Muscat, Oman [106]
3:00:04 Ramandeep Kaur 17 April 2022 National Race Walking Championship Ranchi, India [48]
2:57:54 Manju Rani 15 February 2023 National Race Walking Championships Ranchi, India [50]
50 km walk
Field Events
High jump 1.92 m Sahana Kumari 23 June 2012 National Inter-State Championships Hyderabad, India [107]
Pole vault 4.15 m V. S. Surekha 4 November 2014 National Open Championships New Delhi, India [108]
4.20 m Rosy Meena Paulraj 1 October 2022 National Games Gandhinagar, India [109]
4.21 m Rosy Meena Paulraj 15 October 2022 National Open Championships Bengaluru, India [110]
Long jump 6.83 m (+1.2 m/s) Anju Bobby George 27 August 2004 Olympic Games Athens, Greece [111]
Triple jump 14.11 m (+0.9 m/s) Mayookha Johny 9 July 2011 Asian Championships Kobe, Japan [112]
14.14 m (+0.0 m/s) Aishwarya B 13 June 2022 61st Inter State Athletics Championships Chennai, India [citation needed]
Shot put 17.96 m Manpreet Kaur 16 September 2015 National Open Championships Kolkata, India [113]
18.86 m Manpreet Kaur 24 April 2017 Asian Grand Prix Jinhua, China [114]
18.06 m Manpreet Kaur 11 June 2022 61st Inter State Athletics Championships Chennai, India
18.06 m Abha Khatua 16 July 2023 Asian Championships Bangkok, Thailand [115]
18.41 m Abha Khatua 13 May 2024 Federation Cup Bhubaneswar, India [116]
Discus throw 66.59 m Kamalpreet Kaur 21 June 2021 Indian Grand Prix 4 Patiala, India [59]
Hammer throw 65.25 m Sarita Singh 1 June 2017 Federation Cup National Championships Patiala, India [117]
Javelin throw 63.24 m Annu Rani 15 March 2021 National Championships Patiala, India [118]
63.82 m Annu Rani 8 May 2022 4th Indian Open Javelin Throw Competition Jamshedpur, India [119]
Combined Events
Heptathlon 6211 pts J. J. Shobha 16–17 March 2004 New Delhi, India
13.71 (100 m hurdles), 1.69 m (high jump), 12.52 m (shot put), 23.53 (200 m) / 6.50 m (long jump), 44.16 m (javelin), 2:16.40 (800 m)

Mixed

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
4 × 400 m relay 3:15.71  India
Muhammed Anas
M. R. Poovamma
Hima Das
Arokia Rajiv
28 August 2018 Asian Games Jakarta, Indonesia [120]
3:14.70  India
Rajesh Ramesh [de]
Aishwarya Mishra
Amoj Jacob
Subha Venkatesan
15 July 2023 Asian Championships Bangkok, Thailand [121][122]
3:14.34  India
Rajesh Ramesh [de]
Vithya Ramraj
Muhammad Ajmal Variyathodi
Subha Venkatesan
2 October 2023 Asian Games Hangzhou, China [123]
3:14.12  India
Amoj Jacob
Jyothika Sri Dandi
Muhammad Ajmal Variyathodi
Subha Venkatesan
20 May 2024 Asian Relay Championships Bangkok, Thailand [124]

Indoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
50 m 5.80 Rajeev Balakrishnan 19 February 2000 Los Angeles, United States
55 m 6.33 A Rajeev Balakrishnan 29 January 2000 Reno, United States
60 m 6.67 Elakkiyadasan Kanadasan 1 February 2018 Asian Championships Tehran, Iran [125]
200 m
22.32 Vivaswan R Shetty 19 February 2011 Simplot Games Idaho, United States [126]
24.00 Abhijit Shirshikar 12 February 2012 Piirikunnalinen Hallikisa Helsinki, Finland [127]
25.13 Sunil Bredeka 5 February 2011 National Meeting Magglingen, Switzerland [128]
23.54 Karthik Saravanan 14 January 2022 Eaubonne, France [128]
400 m 47.33 Amoj Jacob 19 September 2017 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games Ashgabat, Turkmenistan [129]
800 m 1:49.46 Rajeev Ramsean 16 February 2008 Asian Championships Doha, Qatar
1500 m 3:41.18 Chatholi Hamza 15 February 2008 Asian Championships Doha, Qatar
Mile 3:55.41 Parvej Khan 16 February 2024 Boston University DMR Challenge Boston, United States [130]
3000 m 7:49.47 Surenda Singh 16 February 2008 Asian Championships Doha, Qatar
Marathon 3:13:19 Lokesh Kumar Meena 24 June 2018 Grant-Pierce Indoor Marathon Arlington, United States [131]
60 m hurdles 7.70 Siddhanth Thingalaya 14 January 2017 UW Indoor Preview Seattle, United States [132]
High jump 2.28 m Tejaswin Shankar 24 February 2018 Big 12 Championships Ames, United States [133]
2.28 m Tejaswin Shankar 23 February 2019 Big 12 Conference Championships Lubbock, United States [134]
Pole vault 4.80 m Kuzhyyadiyil Paul Bimin 2 November 2009 Asian Indoor Games Hanoi, Vietnam
Long jump 7.92 m Kumaravel Premkumar 21 February 2016 Asian Championships Doha, Qatar [135]
7.92 m Murali Sreeshankar 18 March 2022 World Championships Belgrade, Serbia [136]
7.93 m Jeswin Aldrin 10 February 2023 Asian Championships Astana, Kazakhstan [137]
7.97 m Jeswin Aldrin 12 February 2023 Asian Championships Astana, Kazakhstan [138]
Triple jump 16.24 m Amarjeet Singh 15 February 2008 Asian Indoor Championships Doha, Qatar
16.98 m Praveen Chithravel 10 February 2023 Asian Championships Astana, Kazakhstan [139]
Shot put 19.60 m Vikas Gowda 19 February 2005 Chapel Hill, United States
19.72 m Tajinderpal Singh Toor 17 February 2024 Asian Championships Tehran, Iran [140]
Heptathlon 5650 pts Tejaswin Shankar 29–30 January 2021 DeLoss Dodds Invitational Manhattan, United States [141]
60m Long jump Shot put High jump 60m H Pole vault 1000m
7.21 7.31 m 11.90 m 2.25 m 8.32 3.75 m 2:41.22
5000 m walk 22:22.92 Basat Sita Ram 8 February 2004 Asian Championships Tehran, Iran
4 × 400 m relay 3:13.01  India
Jayakumar
P. Kumar
N. Kumar
Sreejith
2 November 2009 Asian Indoor Games Hanoi, Vietnam

Women

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
60 m 7.28 Dutee Chand 19 February 2016 Asian Championships Doha, Qatar [142]
200 m 25.35 Nirupama Sunderraj 25 February 2012 Cedar Falls, United States
25.28 OT Nirupama Sunderraj 11 February 2012 Ames, United States
400 m 53.89 Pinki Paramanik 13 November 2005 Asian Indoor Games Pattaya, Thailand
800 m 2:03.43 Sinimol Paulose 16 February 2008 Asian Championships Doha, Qatar
1500 m 4:15.42 Sinimol Paulose 14 February 2008 Asian Championships Doha, Qatar
3000 m 9:09.81 Suriya Loganathan 19 February 2012 Asian Championships Hangzhou, China [143]
60 m hurdles 8.34 Gayathri Govindaraj 21 February 2016 Asian Championships Doha, Qatar [142]
8.20 Jyothi Yarraji 25 January 2023 Aarhus SPRINT'n'JUMP Århus, Denmark [144]
8.18 Jyothi Yarraji 3 February 2023 Elite Indoor Track Miramas meeting Miramas, France [144]
8.17 Jyothi Yarraji 3 February 2023 Elite Indoor Track Miramas meeting Miramas, France [144]
8.16 Jyothi Yarraji 11 February 2023 Asian Championships Astana, Kazakhstan [145]
8.13 Jyothi Yarraji 12 February 2023 Asian Championships Astana, Kazakhstan [146]
8.12 Jyothi Yarraji 17 February 2024 Asian Championships Tehran, Iran [147]
8.04 Mx Jyothi Yarraji 4 February 2024 Bhubaneswar, India [148]
High jump 1.84 m Bobby Aloysius 14 February 2004 AVIVA Indoor Grand Prix Birmingham, United Kingdom
Pole vault 4.02 m A Vakharia Khyati 11 February 2017 Albuquerque, United States
Long jump 6.44 m Mayookha Johny 11 February 2012 2nd International Sparkasse Springer-Hallenmeeting Ludwigshafen, Germany [149]
Triple jump 14.00 m Mayookha Johny 20 February 2016 Asian Championships Doha, Qatar [150]
Shot put 15.21 m Manpreet Kaur 19 February 2018 Doha, Qatar
Pentathlon 4062 pts Purnima Hembram 18 September 2017 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games Ashgabat, Turkmenistan [151]
60m H High jump Shot put Long jump 800m
8.56 1.66 m 11.52 m 5.97 m 2:22.98
4119 pts Swapna Barman 10 February 2023 Asian Championships Astana, Kazakhstan [152]
60m H High jump Shot put Long jump 800m
8.64 1.75 m 12.13 m 5.91 m 2:27.57
3000 m walk 14:54.15 Jasmin Kaur 6 February 2004 Asian Championships Tehran, Iran
4 × 400 m relay 3:37.46  India
Mandeep Kaur
Manjeet Kaur
Sini Jose
Chitra K. Soman
16 February 2008 Asian Championships Doha, Qatar

Cross country

Event Record Athlete Date Meet Place Ref
Men
Cross country running 36:49 (12.2 km) Vijay Kumar Mishra 25 March 1990 IAAF World Cross Country Championships Aix-les-Bains, France
39:22 (12.33 km) Bhairav Singh 23 March 1997 IAAF World Cross Country Championships Torino, Italy
42:12 (12.53 km) Madan Singh 21 March 1992 IAAF World Cross Country Championships Boston, United States
Women
Cross country running 30.00 (8.08 km) Aruna Devi Waishram 18 March 2000 IAAF World Cross Country Championships Vilamoura, Portugal
23.31 (6.425 km) Poonam Taneja 24 March 1991 IAAF World Cross Country Championships Antwerp, Belgium
18.49 (5.05 km) Suman Rawat 22 March 1987 IAAF World Cross Country Championships Warszawa, Poland

Notes

  1. ^ Not ratified due to the lack of doping control.
  2. ^ By federation source; 3:55:59 by World Athletics source.
  3. ^ Not ratified due to the lack of doping control.
  4. ^ Not ratified due to the lack of doping control.
  5. ^ Not ratified due to the lack of doping control.

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