35 kilometres race walk

Athletics
35 kilometres race walk
World Championship records
Men Massimo Stano (ITA) 2:23.14 (2022)
Women Kimberly Garcia (PER) 2:39.16 (2022)

The 35 kilometres race walk is a road racewalking event which became a standard championship discipline in 2022, with initial world records to be recognised after 1 January 2023.[1]

All-time top 25

Men

  • Correct as of July 2022.[2]
Rank Result Athlete Nationality Date Place Ref
1 2:21:31 Vladimir Kanaykin  Russia 19 February 2006 Adler [3]
2 2:23:14 Massimo Stano  Italy 24 July 2022 Eugene [4]
3 2:23:15 Masatora Kawano  Japan 24 July 2022 Eugene [5]
4 2:23:44 Perseus Karlström  Sweden 24 July 2022 Eugene [6]
5 2:24:25 Sergey Bakulin  Russia 1 March 2009 Adler
6 2:24:37 Brian Pintado  Ecuador 24 July 2022 Eugene [7]
7 2:24:45 He Xianghong  China 24 July 2022 Eugene [8]
8 2:24:56 Denis Nizhegorodov  Russia 1 March 2009 Adler
9 2:25:02 Evan Dunfee  Canada 24 July 2022 Eugene [9]
10 2:25:14 Caio Bonfim  Brazil 24 July 2022 Eugene [10]
11 2:25:19 Andrey Ruzavin  Russia 1 March 2009 Adler
12 2:25:21 Eider Arévalo  Colombia 24 July 2022 Eugene [11]
13 2:25:29 Tomohiro Noda  Japan 24 July 2022 Eugene [12]
14 2:25:58 Mikhail Ryzhov  Russia 18 February 2012 Sochi
Miguel Ángel López  Spain 24 July 2022 Eugene [13]
16 2:26:16 Alex Schwazer  Italy 24 January 2010 Montalto di Castro
17 2:26:29 Yuriy Andronov  Russia 1 March 2009 Adler
18 2:26:32 Ivan Noskov  Russia 18 February 2012 Sochi
19 2:27:07 Sergey Sharypov  Russia 18 February 2017 Sochi
20 2:27:09 Daisuke Matsunaga  Japan 17 April 2022 Wajima [14]
21 2:27:11 Ricardo Ortiz  Mexico 24 July 2022 Eugene [15]
22 2:27:12 Igor Yerokhin  Russia 23 February 2008 Adler
23 2:27:16 Sergey Kozevnikov  Russia 31 January 2022 Sochi [16]
24 2:27:22 Sergey Kirdyapkin  Russia 1 March 2009 Adler
25 2:27:26 Dementiy Cheparev  Russia 17 February 2020 Sochi

Notes

Below is a list of other times equal or superior to 2:27:26:

Women

  • Correct as of August 2022.[17]
Rank Time Athlete Nationality Date Place Ref
1 2:38:24 Klavdiya Afanasyeva  Russia 18 February 2019 Sochi
2 2:38:49 Margarita Nikiforova  Russia 21 May 2022 Cheboksary [18]
3 2:39:16 María Pérez  Spain 30 January 2022 Lepe [19]
Kimberly Garcia  Peru 22 July 2022 Eugene [20]
5 2:39:51 Darya Golubechkova  Russia 5 September 2021 Voronovo
6 2:40:03 Katarzyna Zdziebło  Poland 22 July 2022 Eugene [21]
7 2:40:37 Qieyang Shijie  China 22 July 2022 Eugene [22]
8 2:41:58 Antigoni Ntrismpioti  Greece 22 July 2022 Eugene [23]
9 2:42:27 Raquel González  Spain 22 July 2022 Eugene [24]
10 2:42:45 Laura García-Caro  Spain 22 July 2022 Eugene [25]
11 2:43:25 Wu Quanming  China 22 January 2022 Nanjing [26]
12 2:43:43 Eleonora Giorgi  Italy 26 January 2020 Grosseto [27]
13 2:43:59 Elena Lashmanova  Russia 31 January 2022 Sochi [28]
14 2:44:28 Li Maocuo  China 22 July 2022 Eugene [29]
15 2:45:00 Elmira Alembekova  Russia 19 February 2021 Sochi
16 2:45:02 Viviane Lyra  Brazil 22 July 2022 Eugene [30]
17 2:45:09 Serena Sonoda  Japan 22 July 2022 Eugene [31]
18 2:45:51 Inês Henriques  Portugal 7 January 2018 Porto de Mos
19 2:46.02 Yin Lamei  China 22 July 2022 Eugene [32]
20 2:46:29 Anastasiya Kalashnikova  Russia 19 February 2021 Sochi
21 2:48:13 Olga Shargina  Russia 19 February 2018 Sochi
22 2:48:26 Na Guo  China 22 January 2022 Nanjing [33]
23 2:48:27 Paola Pérez  Ecuador 6 February 2022 Lima [34]
24 2:48:33 Glenda Morejón  Ecuador 5 March 2022 Muscat [35]
25 2:48:46 Magaly Bonilla  Ecuador 6 February 2022 Lima [36]

Notes

Below is a list of other times equal or superior to 2:48:46:

World Championships medalists

Men

Championships Gold Silver Bronze
2022 Eugene
details
 Massimo Stano (ITA)  Masatora Kawano (JPN)  Perseus Karlström (SWE)

Women

Championships Gold Silver Bronze
2022 Eugene
details
 Kimberly García (PER)  Katarzyna Zdziebło (POL)  Qieyang Shijie (CHN)

References

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