Record progression in Australian marathons

Last update was 5 Jul 2015

Horizontal scroll → M Andrew Sime 03:05:31_NSW_Championship_1909 Andrew Wood 02:59:16_Australian_Championship_1909 Andrew Sime 02:54:30_NSW_Championship_1910 Leslie Hough 02:54:00_WA_Championship_1910 Rowley Bateman 02:45:52_NSW_Championship_1928 Johannes Coleman (RSA) 02:30:50_Comm_Games-Men_1938 Ian Sinfield 02:25:14_Australian_Championship_1960 David Power 02:23:19_NSW_Championship_1962 Brian Kilby (GBR) 02:21:17_Comm_Games-Men_1962 Tony Cook 02:20:45_Australian_Championship_1966 Derek Clayton 02:18:28_Victorian_Championship_1967 Derek Clayton 02:14:48_Australian_Championship_1968 Derek Clayton 02:13:40_Traralgon_1970 Derek Clayton 02:11:09_Australian_Championship_1971 Robert de Castella 02:09:18_Comm_Games-Men_1982 Silah Kipkemboi Limo (KEN) 02:09:14_Gold_Coast_2014 Kenneth Mburu Mungara (KEN) 02:08:42_Gold_Coast_2015 (record for 0 days) F Therese (Bell) McKillop 02:59:40_NSW_Veterans_1975 Elizabeth Hassall 02:57:00_Harbord_Diggers_1978 Elizabeth Hassall 02:53:38_Melbourne_1978 Elizabeth Hassall 02:51:06_Harbord_Diggers_1980 Elizabeth Hassall 02:45:32_Avon_Womens_1980 Judith Hine (NZL) 02:44:08_Canberra_1981 Jacquie Turney 02:42:12_Melbourne_1981 Susan King (USA) 02:37:57_Melbourne_1982 Annick Loir-Lebreton (FRA) 02:36:55_Australian_Championship_1983 Lisa Martin 02:35:05_Canberra_1984 Alena Peterkova * (CZE) 02:33:02_Melbourne_1992 Erico Asai (JPN) 02:29:29_Gold_Coast_1993 Yukari Komatsu (JPN) 02:29:09_Sydney_City_1998 Naoko Takahashi (JPN) 02:23:14_Olympics-Women_2000 (record for 14 years 283 days) * This Melbourne course was 116m short.