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1988 Race Walking Year Ranking

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1988 Race Walking Year Ranking

This page lists the World Best Year Performance in the year 1988 in both the men's and the women's race walking distances: 10 km, 20 km and 50 km (outdoor). The main event during this season were the Olympic Games in Seoul, South Korea.

Abbreviations

  • All times shown are in hours:minutes:seconds
WR world record
AR area record
CR event record
NR national record
PB personal best

Men's 20 km

Records

Standing records prior to the 1988 season in track and field
World Record  Axel Noack (GDR) 1:19:12 June 21, 1987 East Germany Karl-Marx-Stadt, East Germany
Broken records during the 1988 season in track and field
World Record  Mikhail Shchennikov (URS) 1:19:08 July 30, 1988 Soviet Union Kiev, Soviet Union

1988 World Year Ranking

Rank Time Athlete Venue Date Note
1 1:19:08  Mikhail Shchennikov (URS) Kiev, Soviet Union 30 July 1988 WR
2 1:19:16  Yevgeniy Misyulya (URS)
3 1:19:39  Frants Kostyukevich (URS)
4 1:19:47  Viktor Mostovik (URS)
5 1:19:57  Jozef Pribilinec (TCH) Seoul, South Korea 23 September 1988
6 1:20:00  Ronald Weigel (GDR) Seoul, South Korea 23 September 1988
7 1:20:06  Sergey Protsyshin (URS)
8 1:20:08  Valdas Kazlauskas (URS)
9 1:20:10  Igor Lyubomirov (URS)
10 1:20:14  Grigoriy Kornev (URS)
 Maurizio Damilano (ITA) Seoul, South Korea 23 September 1988
12 1:20:17  Pavol Blažek (TCH)
13 1:20:19  Vyacheslav Smirnov (URS)
14 1:20:34  José Marín (ESP) Seoul, South Korea 23 September 1988
15 1:20:39  Axel Noack (GDR)
16 1:20:40  Aleksandr Pershin (URS)
 Ralf Kowalsky (GDR)
18 1:20:43  Anatoliy Solomin (URS)
 Lyubomir Ivanov (BUL) Sofia, Bulgaria 26 June 1988 NR
 Roman Mrázek (TCH) Seoul, South Korea 23 September 1988

Men's 50 km

Records

Standing records prior to the 1988 season in track and field
World Record  Ronald Weigel (GDR) 3:38:17 May 25, 1986 East Germany Potsdam, East Germany

1988 World Year Ranking

Rank Time Athlete Venue Date Note
1 3:38:29  Vyacheslav Ivanenko (URS) Seoul, South Korea 30 September 1988
2 3:38:56  Ronald Weigel (GDR) Seoul, South Korea 30 September 1988
3 3:39:45  Hartwig Gauder (GDR) Seoul, South Korea 30 September 1988
4 3:41:00  Aleksandr Potashov (URS) Seoul, South Korea 30 September 1988
5 3:43:03  José Marín (ESP) Seoul, South Korea 30 September 1988
6 3:44:07  Simon Baker (AUS) Seoul, South Korea 30 September 1988 AR
7 3:44:27  Raffaello Ducceschi (ITA) NR
8 3:44:49  Bo Gustafsson (SWE) Seoul, South Korea 30 September 1988 NR
9 3:44:57  Reima Salonen (FIN)
10 3:46:30  Vitaliy Popovich (URS)
11 3:46:31  Dietmar Meisch (GDR) Seoul, South Korea 30 September 1988
12 3:46:52  Pavol Szikora (TCH)
13 3:47:14  Giovanni Perricelli (ITA) Seoul, South Korea 30 September 1988
14 3:47:30  Bernd Gummelt (GDR)
15 3:47:31  Pavol Blažek (TCH) Seoul, South Korea 30 September 1988
16 3:48:08  Sandro Bellucci (ITA)
17 3:48:09  Jorge Llopart (ESP) Seoul, South Korea 30 September 1988
18 3:48:15  François Lapointe (CAN) Seoul, South Korea 30 September 1988
19 3:48:39  Nikolay Frolov (URS)
20 3:48:53  Valeriy Suntsov (URS)

Women's 5 km

Records

Standing records prior to the 1988 season in track and field
World Record  Kerry Saxby (AUS) 20:34 September 24, 1987 West Germany Hildesheim, West Germany

1988 World Year Ranking

Rank Time Athlete Venue Date Note
1 20:52  Kerry Saxby-Junna (AUS) Adelaide, Australia 16 October 1988
2 21:10  Vera Ossipova (URS) AR
3 21:21  Natalya Spiridonova (URS)
4 21:53  Sada Eidikyte (URS)
5 21:54  Svetlana Kaburkina (URS)
6 21:56  Alina Ivanova (URS)
7 22:02  Sari Essayah (FIN)
8 22:03  Mirva Hämäläinen (FIN)
9 22:05  Tatyana Titova (URS)
 Yevgeniya Micheyeva (URS)
11 22:11  Mari Cruz Díaz (ESP)
12 22:13  Olga Kardopolzeva (URS)
13 22:14  Yelena Rodionova (URS)
14 22:15  Maria Reyes Sobrino (ESP)
15 22:18  Valentina Zybulskaya (URS)
16 22:20  Maria Popkova (URS)
17 22:21  Leonarda Yuchnevich (URS)
18 22:24  Raissa Sinyavina (URS)
19 22:30  Regina Loseva (URS)
20 22:32  Teresa Vaill (USA)
 Sarah Standley (USA)

Women's 10 km

Records

Standing records prior to the 1988 season in track and field
World Record  Kerry Saxby (AUS) 42:52 May 4, 1987 Australia Melbourne, Australia
Broken records during the 1988 season in track and field
World Record  Kerry Saxby-Junna (AUS) 41:30 August 27, 1988 Australia Canberra, Australia

1988 World Year Ranking

Rank Time Athlete Venue Date Note
1 41:30  Kerry Saxby-Junna (AUS) Canberra, Australia 27 August 1988 WR
2 43:26  Svetlana Kaburkina (URS)
3 43:29  Vera Makolova (URS)
4 43:37  Yelena Nikolayeva (URS)
5 43:43  Tamara Kovalenko (URS)
6 43:53  Natalya Spiridonova (URS)
7 44:13  Nadeshda Ryashkina (URS)
8 44:16  Natalya Serbinenko (URS)
9 44:20  Sada Eidikyte (URS)
10 44:21  Olga Veremenchuk (URS)
11 44:26  Sari Essayah (FIN) NR
12 44:33  Beate Anders (GDR) NR
13 44:54  Mirva Hämäläinen (FIN)
14 44:57  Ludmila Lyubomirova (URS)
15 44:58  Svetlana Polovinko (URS)
16 44:59  Victoria Oprea (ROM) NR
17 45:00  Yelena Rodionova (URS)
18 45:01  Valentina Shmer (URS)
19 45:12  Vera Ossipova (URS)
20 45:17  Natalya Storochenko (URS)

References

  • maik-richter
  • alltime-athletics



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