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2002 Race Walking Year Ranking

This page lists the World Best Year Performance in the year 2002 in both the men's and the women's race walking distances: 20 km and 50 km (outdoor). One of the main events during this season were the 2002 European Athletics Championships in Munich, Germany. The world record was broken in 2002 in both the men's 20 km and 50 km race walk.

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 2002 season in track and field
World Record  Julio René Martínez (GUA) 1:17:46 May 8, 1999 Germany Eisenhüttenstadt, Germany
 Roman Rasskazov (RUS) 1:17:46 May 19, 2000 Russia Moscow, Russia
Broken records during the 2002 season in track and field
World Record  Francisco Javier Fernández (ESP) 1:17:22 April 28, 2002 Finland Turku, Finland


2002 World Year Ranking

Rank Time Athlete Venue Date Note
1 1:17:22  Francisco Javier Fernández (ESP) Turku, Finland 28/04/2002 WR
2 1:19:02  Andrey Stadnichuk (RUS) Adler, Russia 17/02/2002
3 1:19:08  Jefferson Pérez (ECU) Eisenhüttenstadt, Germany 02/06/2002
4 1:19:18  Vladimir Andreyev (RUS) Adler, Russia 17/02/2002
5 1:19:25  Aigars Fadejevs (LAT) Hildesheim, Germany 24/08/2002
6 1:19:40  Robert Korzeniowski (POL) Turku, Finland 28/04/2002
7 1:19:49  Marco Giungi (ITA) Grosseto, Italy 07/04/2002
8 1:20:18  Juan Manuel Molina (ESP) Naumburg, Germany 05/05/2002
9 1:20:25  Robert Heffernan (IRL) Naumburg, Germany 05/05/2002
10 1:20:36  Viktor Burayev (RUS) Munich, Germany 06/08/2002
11 1:20:37  Semen Lovkin (RUS) Adler, Russia 17/02/2002
12 1:20:43  Yuki Yamazaki (JPN) Kobe, Japan 27/01/2002
13 1:20:44  João Vieira (POR) Naumburg, Germany 05/05/2002
14 1:20:52  Ivan Trotski (BLR) Munich, Germany 06/08/2002
15 1:20:56  Yevgeniy Misyulya (BLR) Munich, Germany 06/08/2002
16 1:20:57  Satoshi Yanagisawa (JPN) Kobe, Japan 27/01/2002
17 1:21:01  Roman Rasskazov (RUS) Cheboksary, Russia 25/05/2002
18 1:21:03  Alessandro Gandellini (ITA) Munich, Germany 06/08/2002
19 1:21:07  Nathan Deakes (AUS) Zapopan, Mexico 22/03/2002
20 1:21:12  Lorenzo Civallero (ITA) Munich, Germany 06/08/2002
21 1:21:23  Sergey Khripunov (RUS) Adler, Russia 17/02/2002
22 1:21:27  Andrey Makarov (BLR) Brest, Belarus 06/06/2002
23 1:21:36  Alejandro López (MEX) Xalapa, Mexico 24/08/2002
24 1:21:38  André Höhne (GER) Munich, Germany 06/08/2002
25 1:21:41  Mario Iván Flores (MEX) Eisenhüttenstadt, Germany 02/06/2002


Men's 50 km

Records

Standing records prior to the 2002 season in track and field
World Record  Valeriy Spitsyn (RUS) 3:37:26 May 21, 2000 Russia Moscow, Russia
Broken records during the 2002 season in track and field
World Record  Robert Korzeniowski (POL) 3:36:39 August 8, 2002 Germany Munich, Germany


2002 World Year Ranking

Rank Time Athlete Venue Date Note
1 3:36:39  Robert Korzeniowski (POL) Munich, Germany 08/08/2002 WR
2 3:40:16  Aleksey Voyevodin (RUS) Munich, Germany 08/08/2002
3 3:42:06  Yuriy Andronov (RUS) Cheboksary, Russia 26/05/2002
4 3:42:08  German Skurygin (RUS) Turin, Italy 13/10/2002
5 3:42:52  Stepan Yudin (RUS) Cheboksary, Russia 26/05/2002
6 3:43:46  Nikolay Matyukhin (RUS) Cheboksary, Russia 26/05/2002
7 3:44:33  Jesús Angel García (ESP) Munich, Germany 08/08/2002
8 3:45:28  Andreas Erm (GER) Naumburg, Germany 05/05/2002
9 3:45:37  Tomasz Lipiec (POL) Turin, Italy 13/10/2002
10 3:45:55  Marco Giungi (ITA) Vittorio Veneto, Italy 03/03/2002
11 3:47:55  Mikel Odriozola (ESP) La Coruña, Spain 16/03/2002
12 3:48:06  Giovanni De Benedictis (ITA) Vittorio Veneto, Italy 03/03/2002
13 3:48:17  Francesco Galdenzi (ITA) Vittorio Veneto, Italy 03/03/2002
14 3:49:27  Trond Nymark (NOR) Borås, Norway 06/04/2002
15 3:50:37  Grzegorz Sudol (POL) Podebrady, Czech Republic 25/05/2002
16 3:50:47  Denis Langlois (FRA) Munich, Germany 08/08/2002
17 3:51:15  Roman Magdziarczyk (POL) Podebrady, Czech Republic 25/05/2002
18 3:51:46  Jacob Sørensen (DEN) Dublin, Ireland 15/06/2002
19 3:51:47  Aleksandar Raković (SCG) Munich, Germany 08/08/2002
20 3:52:19  Sergey Kirdyapkin (RUS) Cheboksary, Russia 26/05/2002
21 3:52:20  Sergey Korepanov (KAZ) Turin, Italy 13/10/2002
22 3:52:36  Modris Liepiņš (LAT) Munich, Germany 08/08/2002
23 3:52:36  Peter Tichy (SVK) Turin, Italy 13/10/2002
24 3:52:37  Aleksandr Nadezhdin (RUS) Cheboksary, Russia 26/05/2002
25 3:52:40  Alessandro Mistretta (ITA) Vittorio Veneto, Italy 03/03/2002
3:52:40  Nathan Deakes (AUS) Manchester, Great Britain 30/07/2002


Women's 20 km

Records

Standing records prior to the 2002 season in track and field
World Record  Olimpiada Ivanova (RUS) 1:24:50 March 4, 2001 Russia Adler, Russia


2002 World Year Ranking

Rank Time Athlete Venue Date Note
1 1:26:42  Olimpiada Ivanova (RUS) Munich, Germany 07/08/2002
2 1:27:02  Yelena Nikolayeva (RUS) Cheboksary, Russia 25/05/2002
3 1:27:45  Natalya Fedoskina (RUS) Adler, Russia 17/02/2002
4 1:27:51  Lyudmila Yefimkina (RUS) Cheboksary, Russia 25/05/2002
5 1:28:03  Larisa Emelyanova (RUS) Adler, Russia 17/02/2002
6 1:28:18  Nadezhda Ryashkina (RUS) Cheboksary, Russia 25/05/2002
7 1:28:24  Margarita Nazarova (RUS) Cheboksary, Russia 25/05/2002 PB
8 1:28:33  Erica Alfridi (ITA) Munich, Germany 07/08/2002
9 1:28:38  Svetlana Tolstaya (KAZ) Cheboksary, Russia 25/05/2002
10 1:28:46  Gillian O'Sullivan (IRL) Munich, Germany 07/08/2002
11 1:28:47  María Vasco (ESP) La Coruña, Spain 16/03/2002
12 1:28:55  Kjersti Plätzer (NOR) Dublin, Ireland 15/06/2002
13 1:29:12  Tatyana Korotkova (RUS) Cheboksary, Russia 25/05/2002
14 1:29:47  Antonina Petrova (RUS) Adler, Russia 17/02/2002
15 1:29:57  Claudia Stef (ROM) Munich, Germany 07/08/2002
16 1:30:21  Tatyana Gudkova (RUS) Izhevsk, Russia 22/09/2002
17 1:30:25  Elisabetta Perrone (ITA) Munich, Germany 07/08/2002
18 1:30:37  Valentina Tsybulskaya (BLR) Turin, Italy 12/10/2002
19 1:30:38  Olga Lukyanchuk (UKR) Yevpatoria, Ukraine 24/02/2002
20 1:30:43  Elisa Rigaudo (ITA) Dublin, Ireland 15/06/2002
21 1:30:44  Kristina Saltanovič (LTU) Munich, Germany 07/08/2002
22 1:30:50  Norica Câmpean (ROM) Resita, Romania 14/07/2002
23 1:30:57  Elena Ginko (BLR) Brest, Belarus 04/06/2002
24 1:31:08  Melanie Seeger (GER) Eisenhüttenstadt, Germany 02/06/2002
25 1:31:10  Rossella Giordano (ITA) Turin, Italy 12/10/2002


References

  • IAAF
  • Women's 20 km Year Ranking



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