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Updated World-Leading Times and Marks: Jan. 28

The following are the world-leading performances heading into this weekend’s track and field indoor meetings around the globe. A host of meetings are listed on the schedule from Friday, Jan. 29 to Sunday, Jan. 31

The following are the world-leading performances heading into this weekend’s track and field indoor meetings around the globe. A host of meetings are listed on the schedule from Friday, Jan. 29 to Sunday, Jan. 31 and we have provided you with the most updated world-leading marks, courtesy of the outstanding Tilastopaja website. Please visit also for any updates in the coming days.

A pair of world indoor records are among the highlighted world-leading times so far. Just last weekend at the American Track League Meeting #1, American Ryan Crouser heaved 22.82m to smashed the men’s shot put world indoor record on his way to winning the event on Sunday.

The other world record performance thus far came in the men’s triple jump after Hugues Fabrice Zango from Burkina Faso broke the previous record set by his current coach Teddy Tamgho 10 years ago with an effort of 18.07 meters on his sixth and final attempt.  He added 15 centimeters to the previous record when improving the old mark at a meeting in France on Jan. 16.

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See complete world-leading marks for 2021 below:

Women
55 6.81 Autumn Wilson USA
60 7.14 Mikiah Brisco USA
60 7.14 Twanisha Terry USA
200 22.90 Tamara Clark USA
300 35.92 Gabby Thomas USA
400 51.76 Quanera Hayes USA
500 1:11.24 Gabby Scott PUR
600 1:25.80 Athing Mu USA
800 2:01.07 Athing Mu USA
1000 2:37.35 Aleksandra Gulyayeva RUS
1500 4:17.70 Ludovica Cavalli ITA
Mile 4:37.39 Amanda Eccleston USA
2000 5:43.32 Yelena Korobkina RUS
3000 8:54.66 Ciara Mageean IRL
5000 15:50.74 Bethany Hasz USA
55H 7.81 Eddiyah Frye USA
60H 7.86 Tonea Marshall USA
Pole Vault 4.75 Anzhelika Sidorova RUS
Long Jump 6.75 Monae’ Nichols USA
Triple Jump 14.52 Thea Lafond DMA
High Jump 2.02 Yaroslava Mahuchikh UKR
Shot Put 19.11 Christina Schwanitz GER
Weight Throw 23.28 Erin Reese USA
Pen 4665 Noor Vidts BEL
3000W 13:35.60 Anastasiya Slivar RUS
5000W 20:59.1h Lyudmyla Olyanovska UKR
4×4 3:32.18 Arkansas USA

Men
55 6.25 Udodi Onwuzurike USA
60 6.48 Trayvon Bromell USA
200 20.45 Courtney Lindsey USA
300 32.61 Jacory Patterson USA
400 45.03 Fred Kerley USA
500 1:00.66 Alejandro Perlaza COL
600 1:16.16 Kameron Jones USA
800 1:45.98 Takieddine Hedeilli ALG
1000 2:18.68 Neil Gourley GBR
1500 3:39.41 Homiyu Tesfaye GER
Mile 3:58.26 Amon Kemboi KEN
2000 5:07.04 Homiyu Tesfaye GER
3000 7:50.33 Ignacio Fontes ESP
5000 13:37.39 Christian Noble USA
55H 7.52 Ke’von Holder USA
60H 7.35 Grant Holloway USA
High Jump 2.31 Mikhail Akimenko RUS
Long Jump 8.06 Thobias Montler SWE
Triple Jump 18.07 WR Fabrice Zango Hugues BUR
Pole Vault 5.94 Kc Lightfoot USA
Shot Put 22.82 WR Ryan Crouser USA
Weight Throw 24.82 Hleb Dudarau BLR
Hep 6001 Rik Taam NED
3000W 12:29.66 Uladzislau Karneichuk BLR
5000W 19:07.5h Eduard Zabuzhenko UKR
4×4 3:04.62 N. Carolina A&t USA

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Glen Andrews is one of World-Track main writers for long distance and marathon running. Andrews, who competed in cross country during his High School and college years finds passion covering these events. He's also run a few marathons in his time, and still hopes to qualify for Boston.

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