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The World Records

Seiko has measured the world records for 24 times at the IAAF World Championships.
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Pole vault / High jump

Triple jump / Long jump

Sprint / Marathon
/ 20km Race Walk
(When converted to a speed of km/h)

The World Records Measures by Seiko

24times

Seiko has measured the world records for 24 times in 31 years since serving as the official timer at IAAF World Championships. Some records have never been broken for more than 20 years.

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  Year Host City Event Record Athlete
1 1987 Rome Men
100m
9.93 Carl LEWIS (UNITED STATES)
2 1987 Rome Women
High Jump
2m09 Stefka KOSTADINOVA (BULGARIA)
3 1991 Tokyo Men
100m
9.86 Carl LEWIS (UNITED STATES)
4 1991 Tokyo Men
4×100m
Relay
37.5 Andre CASON,
Leroy BURRELL,
Dennis MITCHELL,
Carl LEWIS (UNITED STATES)
5 1991 Tokyo Men
Long Jump
8.95 m Mike POWELL (UNITED STATES)
6 1993 Stuttgart Men
110m
Hurdles
12.91 Colin JACKSON (GREAT BRITAIN & N.I.)
7 1993 Stuttgart Men
4×400m
Relay
2:54.29 Andrew VALMON,
Quincy WATTS,
Butch REYNOLDS,
Michael JOHNSON (UNITED STATES)
8 1993 Stuttgart Women
400m
Hurdles
52.74 Sally GUNNELL (GREAT BRITAIN & N.I.)
9 1993 Stuttgart Women
Triple Jump
15m09 Anna BIRYUKOVA (RUSSIA)
10 1995 Gothenburg Men
Triple Jump
18m29 Jonathan EDWARDS (GREAT BRITAIN & N.I.)
11 1995 Gothenburg Women
400m
Hurdles
52.61 Kim BATTEN (UNITED STATES)
12 1995 Gothenburg Women
Triple Jump
15m50 Inessa KRAVETS (UKRAINE)
13 1999 Seville Men
400m
43.18 Michael JOHNSON (UNITED STATES)
14 1999 Seville Women
Pole Vault
4m60 Stacy DRAGILA (UNITED STATES)
15 2003 Saint-Denis Men
20km Race Walk
1:17:21 Jefferson PEREZ (ECUADOR)
16 2003 Saint-Denis Men
50km Race Walk
3:36:03 Robert KORZENIOWSKI (POLAND)
17 2005 Helsinki Women
20km Race Walk
1:25:41 Olimpiada IVANOVA (RUSSIA)
18 2005 Helsinki Women
Pole Vault
5m01 Elena ISINBAEVA (RUSSIA)
19 2005 Helsinki Women
Javelin Throw
71m70 Osleidys MENENDEZ (CUBA)
20 2009 Berlin Men
100m
9.58 Usain BOLT (JAMAICA)
21 2009 Berlin Men
200m
19.19 Usain BOLT (JAMAICA)
22 2009 Berlin Women
Hammer Throw
77m96 Anita WŁODARCZYK (POLAND)
23 2011 Daegu Men
4×100m
Relay
37.04 Nesta CARTER,
Michael FRATER,
Yohan BLAKE,
Usain BOLT (JAMAICA)
24 2015 Beijing Men
Decathlon
9045Points Ashton EATON (UNITED STATES)