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Athletics Stats: What are the meet records set at Golden Spike Ostrava?

Golden Spike is an annual athletics event at the Městský Stadion in Ostrava-Vítkovice, Czech Republic as part of the IAAF World Challenge Meetings. It was first organized in 1961. The history of the meeting was interrupted in 1999 when the meeting was not held due to the apparent lack of interest of sponsors. From 2003 to 2009 the IAAF classified the meeting among IAAF Grand Prix meetings. The meet is held every year between May to June. Currently, the 62nd edition of the meeting will be held in the Czech Republic. It is the second-highest world competition just behind the Diamond League. For the 200m, 300m Steeplechase, discus throw and triple jump, it is the highest competition. Only ten cities in the world are a part of the series.

Golden Spike Ostrava 2023

The Ostrava meet of 2023 is headlined by reigning Olympic, World Champion and world record-holder pole vaulter Armand Duplantis of Sweden. Apart from Duplantis, shot put world record holder Ryan Crouser, the 3000m steeplechase world record holder in Lamecha Girma from Ethiopia, and discus world champion Kristjan Čeh of Slovenia are a few prominent names who are in exceptional form and will showcase their talent in Czech. Meanwhile, the women’s 100m hurdles will be one of the most anticipated races as the reigning Olympic champion Jasmine Camacho-Quinn will be up against Nigeria’s Tobi Amusan.

Tokyo Olympics 2020 silver medalist and World Lead Jakub Vadlejch will be leading the home side at Ostrava in the men’s javelin throw. However, the one name which has caught the attention at Ostrava is Barbora Spotakova. The two-time Olympics and three-time world champion Barbora will compete in the women’s javelin throw, an event in which she also holds the world record. This is also going to be her final game in front of her home crowd.

What are the records set at Golden Spike Ostrava?

Men’s

EventRecordAthleteNationalityDate
100 y9.07 secsAsafa PowellJamaica27 May 2010
100 m9.83 secsAsafa PowellJamaica27 May 2010
150 m15.15 secsArthur CisseIvory Coast8 September 2020
200 m19.83 secsUsain BoltJamaica12 June 2008
300 m30.81Wayde van NiekerkSouth Africa28 June 2017
400 m44.16LaShawn MerrittUnited States17 June 2014
600 m1:16.02Adam KszczotPoland26 May 2015
800 m1:43.24Wilfred BungeiKenya12 June 2003
1000 m2:15.08Ilham Tanui OzbilenTurkey17 June 2014
1500 m3:31.17Cornelius ChirchirKenya12 June 2003
Mile3:49.57Haron KeitanyKenya17 June 2009
3000 m7:31.66Caleb NdikuKenya17 June 2014
5000 m12:48.63Jacob KiplimoUganda8 September 2020
10,000 m26:20.31Kenenisa BekeleEthiopia8 June 2004
20,000 m (track)56:25.98Haile GebrselassieEthiopia27 June 2007
One hour21285 mHaile GebrselassieEthiopia27 June 2007
110 m hurdles12.87 secsDayron RoblesCuba12 June 2008
400 m hurdles47.62Karsten WarholmNorway8 September 2020
2000 m steeplechase5:27.89Nikolay MatyushenkoSoviet Union29 July 1989
3000 m steeplechase7:58.68Lamecha GirmaEthiopia31 May 2022
High jump2.38 mMutaz Essa BarshimQatar13 June 2018
Pole vault5.93 mSam KendricksUnited States20 June 2019
Long jump8.66 mJuan Miguel EchevarríaCuba13 June 2018
Triple jump17.57 mChristian TaylorUnited States28 June 2017
Shot put22.43 mRyan CrouserUnited States8 September 2020
Discus throw68.06 mLuis Mariano DelísCuba1 June 1983
Hammer throw83.44 mPawel FajdekPoland27 June 2017
Javelin throw94.64 m (Current design)Jan Zelezny
Czech Republic
31 May 1996
Javelin throw95.52 m
(Old design)
Uwe HohnEast Germany12 June 1985
10000 m walk (track)41:58.6Alexander BílekCzechoslovakia9 July 1969
4×100 m relay38.431. Jeremiah Azu
2. Zharnel Hughes
3. Richard Kilty
4. Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake
Great Britain31 May 2022
4×400 m relay3:01.491. Jerome Davis
2. Derek Mills
3. James Carter
4. Danny McCray
United States31 May 2001

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Women’s

EventRecordAthleteNationalityDate
100 y9.91 secsVeronica Campbell-BrownJamaica31 May 2011
100 m10.76 secsVeronica Campbell-BrownJamaica31 May 2011
150 m16.56 secsDafne SchippersNetherlands8 September 2020
200 m22.07 Jarmila KratochvílováCzechoslovakia3 June 1981
300 m34.41Shaunae Miller-UiboBahamas20 June 2019
400 m49.67Tátána KocembováCzechoslovakia1 June 1983
800 m1:57.72Maria MutolaMozambique8 June 2004
1000 m2:40.08Irina KrakoviakLithuania9 June 2005
1500 m3:59.05Faith KipyegonKenya8 September 2020
2000 m5:27.50Genzebe DibabaEthiopia17 June 2014
3000 m8:38.55Belaynesh OljiraEthiopia20 May 2016
5000 m14:30.18Meseret DefarEthiopia27 June 2007
10000 m30:26.67Tirunesh DibabaEthiopia27 June 2013
One hour18517 mDire TuneEthiopia12 June 2008
20000 m (track)1:05:35.3Dire TuneEthiopia17 June 2009
100 m hurdles12.55 secsSharika NelvisUnited States26 May 2015
300 m hurdles36.86Femke BolNetherlands31 May 2022
400 m hurdles53.32Zuzana HejnovaCzech Republic27 June 2013
3000 m steeplechase9:11.33Norah JerutoKenya13 June 2018
High jump2.06 mMariya LasitskeneRussia20 June 2019
Pole vault4.83 mStacy DragilaUnited States8 June 2004
Long jump7.00 m Eva MurkováCzechoslovakia23 May 1984
Triple jump15.00 mYamile AldamaCuba12 June 2003
Shot put21.96 mHelena FibingerovaCzechoslovakia8 June 1977
Discus throw69.52 mZdenka SilhavaCzechoslovakia10 June 1987
Hammer throw79.72 mAnita WlodarczykPoland27 June 2017
Javelin throw67.78 mBarbora SpotakovaCzech Republic25 May 2012
3000 m walk (track)11:52.38Anezka DrahotovaCzech Republic26 May 2015
4 × 100 m relay44.071. Daniela Drinkova
2. Stepanka Sokolova
3. Dana Siroka
4. Jarmila Kratochvilova
Czechoslovakia2 June 1982
4 × 400 m relay3:33.91. Edit Molnar
2. Agnes Kozary
3. Noemi Batori
4. Judit Forgacs
Hungary3 August 1991

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