RECORDS

What to do if a record is broken:

Queensland Athletics members can claim state resident records locally (Gold permit competitions/Shield Meets), nationally at Athletics Australia Championships/Track Classics and internationally (Oceania Competitions, World Championships, etc). Records are categorised in U14/U16/U18/U20 & Open.

 

All-comers records can be set by any member of another athletics association at a meet in Queensland of the required level (minimum Qld Athletics permit level Silver).

 

STATE RECORD - Click on either link below to see current Qld records. If you believe you have broken a current state record, please email all the relevant details to info@qldathletics.org.au 

 

NATIONAL RECORD - If you believe you have broken an Australian record, more information can be found here, and the form can be found here. It is the athlete's responsibility to fill out the form and submit it to Qld Athletics ON THE DAY OF COMPETITION to validate - the form will then be sent back to you to submit as per AA's instructions here.

 

PARA RECORD - If you believe you have broken a Para record (for World or Oceania level), click here.

 

Historical Athletics Australia Records
Qld Para Records Frozen (U14/U16/U18)

Queensland Records Qld Para Records Oceania Records Australian Records

Rankings

To view Australian Rankings and Australian All-Time Lists please select and download one of the lists below.

These are regularly compiled by a dedicated team: AA Statistician Paul Jenes, Fletcher McEwan and David Tarbotton. We're very grateful for this data.

2021

Open U14 / U16  

as at 29 June 2021 file
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as at 15 February 2021 file
as at 31 January 2021 file

as at 19 July 2021 file
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as at 14 February 2021 file
as at 31 January 2021 file

 

 

2020 Overall Ranking U14 / U16 file

 

 

For annual overall rankings between 2013 - 2002 Athletics Australia hub