2006 Race Walking Year Ranking

This page lists the World Best Year Performance in the year 2006 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 2006 European Athletics Championships in Gothenburg, Sweden.

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 2006 season in track and field
World Record  Jefferson Pérez (ECU) 1:17:21 August 23, 2003 France Paris, France


2006 World Year Ranking

Rank Time Athlete Venue Date Note
1 1:18:17  Li Gaobo (CHN) Yangzhou, PR China 22/04/2006
2 1:18:18  Ilya Markov (RUS) Yangzhou, PR China 22/04/2006
3 1:18:31  Francisco Javier Fernández (ESP) La Coruña, Spain 13/05/2006
4 1:18:35  Han Yucheng (CHN) Yangzhou, PR China 22/04/2006
5 1:18:44  Chu Yafei (CHN) Yangzhou, PR China 22/04/2006
6 1:18:45  Dong Jimin (CHN) Yangzhou, PR China 22/04/2006
7 1:18:57  Bai Xuejin (CHN) Yangzhou, PR China 22/04/2006
8 1:19:07  Nathan Deakes (AUS) Yangzhou, PR China 22/04/2006
9 1:19:08  Jefferson Pérez (ECU) La Coruña, Spain 13/05/2006
10 1:19:12  Andrei Talashka (BLR) Nesvizh, Belarus 15/04/2006
11 1:19:27  Viktor Burayev (RUS) Adler, Russia 19/02/2006
12 1:19:32  Igor Erokhin (RUS) Adler, Russia 19/02/2006
13 1:19:36  Hatem Ghoula (TUN) La Coruña, Spain 13/05/2006
14 1:19:38  Li Jianbo (CHN) Yangzhou, PR China 22/04/2006
 Erik Tysse (NOR) Bergen, Norway 09/06/2006
16 1:19:51  Stepan Yudin (RUS) Adler, Russia 19/02/2006
17 1:19:54  Sergey Bakulin (RUS) Adler, Russia 19/02/2006
18 1:20:00  Valeriy Borchin (RUS) Göteborg, Sweden 08/08/2006
19 1:20:05  Wang Zhiping (CHN) Xi'an, PR China 21/10/2006
20 1:20:09  João Vieira (POR) Göteborg, Sweden 08/08/2006
21 1:20:11  Siarhei Charnou (BLR) Nesvizh, Belarus 15/04/2006
22 1:20:15  Sun Chao (CHN) Yangzhou, PR China 22/04/2006
23 1:20:23  Dmitriy Yesipchuk (RUS) Adler, Russia 19/02/2006
24 1:20:34  Mikalai Seradovich (BLR) Nesvizh, Belarus 15/04/2006
 Andriy Yurin (UKR) Sumy, Ukraine 02/06/2006


Men's 50 km

Records

Standing records prior to the 2006 season in track and field
World Record  Denis Nizhegorodov (RUS) 3:35:29 June 13, 2004 Russia Cheboksary, Russia


2006 World Year Ranking

Rank Time Athlete Venue Date Note
1 3:35:47  Nathan Deakes (AUS) Geelong, Australia 02/12/2006 WR
2 3:38:02  Denis Nizhegorodov (RUS) La Coruña, Spain 14/05/2006
3 3:41:10  Zhao Jianguo (CHN) Wajima, Japan 16/04/2006
4 3:41:30  Trond Nymark (NOR) La Coruña, Spain 14/05/2006
5 3:41:39  Yohann Diniz (FRA) Göteborg, Sweden 10/08/2006
6 3:42:38  Yuriy Andronov (RUS) La Coruña, Spain 14/05/2006
7 3:42:48  Jesús Angel García (ESP) Göteborg, Sweden 10/08/2006
8 3:43:02  Li Jianbo (CHN) Wajima, Japan 16/04/2006
9 3:43:38  Yuki Yamazaki (JPN) Wajima, Japan 16/04/2006
10 3:43:58  Yu Chaohong (CHN) Xi'an, PR China 23/10/2006
11 3:44:59  Mikel Odriozola (ESP) La Coruña, Spain 14/05/2006
12 3:45:47  Roman Magdziarczyk (POL) La Coruña, Spain 14/05/2006
13 3:45:52  Xing Shucai (CHN) Xi'an, PR China 23/10/2006
14 3:45:57  Vladimir Kanaykin (RUS) Saransk, Russia 04/06/2006
15 3:47:23  Takayuki Tanii (JPN) Wajima, Japan 16/04/2006
16 3:47:32  Zhao Chengliang (CHN) Xi'an, PR China 23/10/2006
17 3:48:08  Marco De Luca (ITA) Göteborg, Sweden 10/08/2006
18 3:48:22  Horacio Nava (MEX) La Coruña, Spain 14/05/2006
19 3:49:36  A Latangadasu (CHN) Xi'an, PR China 23/10/2006
20 3:50:24  Grzegorz Sudoł (POL) Dudince, Slovakia 25/03/2006
21 3:51:16  Peter Korčok (SVK) Göteborg, Sweden 10/08/2006
22 3:51:32  José Alejandro Cambil (ESP) La Coruña, Spain 14/05/2006
23 3:52:06  Si Tianfeng (CHN) Xi'an, PR China 23/10/2006
24 3:53:19  Duane Cousins (AUS) Geelong, Australia 02/12/2006
25 3:54:05  Sergey Yerokhin (RUS) Saransk, Russia 04/06/2006


Women's 20 km

Records

Standing records prior to the 2006 season in track and field
World Record  Olimpiada Ivanova (RUS) 1:24:50 March 4, 2001 Russia Adler, Russia


2006 World Year Ranking

Rank Time Athlete Venue Date Note
1 1:26:02  Olga Kaniskina (RUS) Adler, Russia 19/02/2006
2 1:26:11  Ryta Turava (BLR) Nesvizh, Belarus 15/04/2006
3 1:26:14  Irina Petrova (RUS) Adler, Russia 19/02/2006
4 1:26:57  Lyudmila Yefimkina (RUS) Adler, Russia 19/02/2006
5 1:27:26  Olimpiada Ivanova (RUS) La Coruña, Spain 13/05/2006
6 1:28:20  Tatyana Kozlova (RUS) Adler, Russia 19/02/2006
7 1:28:20  He Dan (CHN) Yangzhou, PR China 22/04/2006
8 1:28:23  Song Xiaoling (CHN) Yangzhou, PR China 22/04/2006
9 1:28:23  Kjersti Plätzer (NOR) København, Denmark 07/10/2006
10 1:28:26  Liu Hong (CHN) Yangzhou, PR China 22/04/2006
11 1:28:37  Elisa Rigaudo (ITA) Göteborg, Sweden 09/08/2006
12 1:28:51  Alena Zenkova-Nartova (RUS) Adler, Russia 19/02/2006
13 1:28:55  Jiang Jing (CHN) Xi'an, PR China 22/10/2006
14 1:28:58  Tatyana Sibileva (RUS) Istanbul, Turkey 21/04/2006
15 1:29:01  Yuliya Voyevodina (RUS) Adler, Russia 19/02/2006
16 1:29:05  Jane Saville (AUS) La Coruña, Spain 13/05/2006
17 1:29:06  Elena Ginko (BLR) La Coruña, Spain 13/05/2006
18 1:29:08  Jiang Qiuyan (CHN) La Coruña, Spain 13/05/2006
19 1:29:15  Melanie Seeger (GER) Rio Maior, Portugal 01/04/2006
20 1:29:27  Claudia Stef (ROM) Göteborg, Sweden 09/08/2006
21 1:29:31  Marina Smyslova (RUS) Adler, Russia 19/02/2006
22 1:29:46  Tatyana Gudkova (RUS) Adler, Russia 19/02/2006
23 1:29:49  Lyudmila Arkhipova (RUS) Adler, Russia 19/02/2006
24 1:29:50  Nie Jingjing (CHN) Yangzhou, PR China 22/04/2006
25 1:29:54  Sabine Krantz (GER) La Coruña, Spain 13/05/2006


References

  • IAAF



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