Abbildungen der Seite
PDF
EPUB

WORLD'S ATHLETIO RECORDS.
Acknowledged by International Athletic Federation.

RUNNING.
Time.

Holder.

Nation,

EVENT.

Date.

9 3-5s...

21 1-58...

100 yards. 220 yards. 300 yards. 440 yards. 600 yards.

880 yards. 1.000 yards. 1,320 yards. 1 mile.. 2 miles.. 3 miles. 4 miles. 5 miles. 6 miles. 7 miles.. 8 miles. 9 miles. 10 miles. 15 miles. 20 miles. 25 miles. One hour. Two hours..

30 3-5s.. 47 4-59.

lm 10 -5s. Im. 52 1-2s. 2m. 12 2-58. 3m. 2 4-5s. 4m. 14 2-5s.

9m, 9 3-59. 14m. 17 3-58. 19m. 23 2-58. 24m. 33 2-58. 29m. 59 2-5s. 35m. 4 3-5s. 40m, 168 45m, 27 3-58. 50m, 40 3-58.. ih. 20m. 4 2-5s. 1h. 51m. 548. 2h. 29m. 29 2-5s.... 11 miles 1,442 yards. 120 miles 952 yards..

[blocks in formation]

EVENT.

METRIC DISTANCES.

Holder.

Time.

Nation,

Date.

100 metres. 10.6s.
200 metres. 21.68.
300 metres. 36.49.
300 metres. 36.43.
400 metres.

148.2s..
500 metres. lm. 7.6s.

800 metres.. lm. 51.98. 1,000 metres. 2m. 32.38. 1.500 metres. 3m. 55.88. 3,000 metres. 8m. 36.8s.. 5.000 metres. 14m. 36.6s.. 10,000 metres. 30m. 58.8s.. 10.000 metres. 31m. 20.8s.

15 kilometres 47m. 18.6s.

20 kilometres ih. 7m. 57.48. One hour... 119,021m., 90cm.

[blocks in formation]
[blocks in formation]

Nation.

Date.

[blocks in formation]

Putting 16-1b. weight

51 ft.

R. Rose.. Throwing 16-1b. hammer

189 ft. 6 1-2 in.. P. Ryan. Throwing 56-lb. weight

40 ft. 6 3-8 in M.J. McGrath. Throwing discus (8 1-2-ft. circle) Committee will decide. Throwing Javelin (held in middle) 204 st. 5 5-8 in.. E. V. Lemming...

[blocks in formation]
[blocks in formation]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

100 metres.

159.
F. Smithson..

U. S. A.

1908
200 metres.

24.6s.
H. Hillman.

U.S. A.

1904
400 metres.

1558.
C. Bacon.

U. S. A

1908
RELAY RACES.

(Four men to run equal distances.)
EVENT.
Time.
Holders.

Nation.

Date.
One mlle.. 3m. 18 1-58. Schaaf, Gissing, Sheppard, Rosenberger... U.S. A

Sept. 4, 1911
Two miles.
7m. 538. Riley, Bromilow, Sheppard, Kiviat.

U.S. A

Sept. 5, 1910
Four miles, 17m. 51 1-58. Mahoney, Marceau, Powers, Hedlund. U.S. A

June 17, 1913
RELAY RACES.
(Four men to run equal distances.)

METRIC DISTANCES.
EVENT.
Time.
Country-Holders.

Date.
400 metres.
42.38.. Team of Germany (Röhr, Kern, Hermann, Rau)

1912
800 metres.
1m, 30s

A. F. K., Stockholm (Ljung. Petterson, Almqist, Hakansson) 1908
1,600 metres. 3m. 16.6s. Team of U. S. A. (Sheppard, Reidpath, Meredith, Lindberg)..

1912
AMATEUR ATHLETIC RECORDS.
At the annual meeting, held November 16, 1914, the A. A. U. decided to consider records made
over A. A. U. championship distances or Olympic distances as A. A. U. records, and performances
made over other distances will be regarded as "Noteworthy Performances."

Running—20 yards-2 4-58., E. B. Bloss, Roxbury, Mass., February 22, 1892. 35 yards—4s.
A. W. Grosvenor, Boston, Mass., March 14, 1896; Clyde A. Blair, Chicago, February 22, 1902;
Madison, Wis., March 16, 1902; Chicago, May 8, 1902 (twice); W. Hogenson, Madison, Wis., March
18, 1905: Frank Waller, Madison, Wis. (twice), March 18, 1905: F. Kuhn, Chicago A. A., Chicago,
Ill., February 25, 1911. 40 yards-4 2-58., W. D. Eaton, Boston, Mass., February 11, 1905. 45
yards-5 1-58., C. A. Blair, Chicago, February 13, 1904: Victor S. Rice, Chicago, February 13, 1904.
50 yards-5 2-58., Victor S. Rice, Chicago, February 20, 1904: W. D. Eaton, New York City, Octo-
ber 10, 1905; Richard L. Murray, St. Louis, Mo., March 17, 1906; F. Kuhn, Chicago A. A., Omaha,
Neb., April 1, 1911. 60 yards—6 2-5s., L E. Myers, New York City, December 12, 1882; J. W.
Tewksbury, New York City, January 13, 1899; W. D. Eaton, Duffalo, N. Y., September 6, 1901;
Washington Delgado, New York City, February 4, 1901; R. Cloughen, Irish-American A. C., and
R. Reed, Gordon A. A., Madison Square Garden, New York City, December 1, 1908; W. J. Keating,
Albany, N. Y., February 8, 1910; R. Cloughen, New York City, January 28, 1910; J. Wassen, Notre
Dame, Chicago, Ill., March 11, 1911; A. T. Meyer, Paterson, N. J., January 21, 1914; S. Butler,
Hutchinson, Kan., Evanston, ill., March 28, 1914. 65 yards (indoor)-78. Lawson Robertson,
New York City, March 2, 1908: H. P. Drew, New York City, January 25, 1913. 70 yards-7 1-58.
(made in two races the same evening), W. A. Schick, New York City, February 28, 1903; J. J. Archer,
New York City, February 5, 1910; h. Cloughen, New York City, February 5, 1910: H. P. Drew
New York City, December 7, 1912. 75 yards—7 3-58., L. H. Cary, Princeton, N. J., May 9, 1891;
B. J. Wefors, Boston, Mass., January 25, 1896; Archie Hahn, Milwaukee, Wis., March 11, 1905;
H. P. Drew, New York City, March 6, 1013. 80 yards--8s., Wendell Baker, Boston, Mass., July
1. 1886. 90 yards (indoor)--9 1-58., U. P. Drew, Brooklyn, N. Y., April 27, 1914. 100 yards
9' 3-58.. Dan. J, Kelly, Spokane, Vash., June 23, 1906; H. P. Drew. Berkeley, Cal., March 28, 1914.
105 yards-10 2-58., N. H. Hargrave, Berkeley Oval, September 1901. 100 metres-10 4-58.,
R. C. Craig, Detroit Y. M. C. A.: II. P. Drew, Springbeld II. 8., at Eastern Tryouts, held at Cam.
bridge, Mass., June 8, 1912. 110 yards-10 4-5s., R. Cloughen, Celtic Park, N. Y., September 5.
1910. 120 yards-11 3-58., H. P. Drew, Crescent Park, R. I., August 20, 1914. 125 yards--12 2-58.,
C. H. Sherrill, New York City. May 4, 1889. 130 yards-12 4-58., Robert Cloughen. Brooklyn,
N. Y., Fehriary 11, 1909; H. P. Drew, Brooklyn, N. Y., November 22, 1913. 150 yards-14 4-59.,
C. H. She ul, Jr., Berkeley Oval, New York, May 17, 1890; J. Owen, Jr., Detroit, Mich., Septem.
ber 13, 1800. 200 yards-20s., W. Baker, Berkeley Oval, N. Y., November 8, 1890. 220 yards-
21 95-1008. (electrical timing), H. Jeweit, Montreal, Can., September 24, 1892 (slight curve).
Straightaway, 21 1-58., B. J. Wefers, New York City, May 30, 1896; R. C. Craig,

Philadelphia, Pa.,
May 28, 1910; R. C. Craig. Cambridge, Mass., Play 27, 1911; D. F. Lippincott, Cambridge, Mass.,
May 31, 1913; H. P. Drew, Claremont, Cal., February 28, 1914; George Parker, Fresno, Cal., Octo
ber 2, 1914. Around hall of a quarter-mile path, 21 4-58., J. H. Maybury, Madison, Wis., May 9,
1896. Around part of a fifth of a mlle path, 21 4-59., B. J. Weters, Travers Island, N. Y., June 13,
1896. Around & turn one-third mile track, 21 3-58., P. J. Walsh, Montreal, Can., September 21,
1902. Slight curve, 21 1-5s., Dan. J. Kelly, Spokane, Wash., June 23, 1906. 250 yards--25 4-58.
C. H. Sherrill, Jr., New Haven,

Ct., June 15. 1888. 300 yards—30 3-58., B. J. Vrefers, Travers Island,
N. Y., September 26, 1896. 300 yards (Indoor)—32 2-59., H. Helland, Xavier A. A., New York City.
March 17, 1912. 330 yards-358., L. E. Myers, New York, October 22, 1881. 350 yards-36 2-58.
M. W. Long, Guttenburg Race Track, N. J., October 4, 1900. (This was the first 350 of a 440-yard

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

straightaway trial.) 400 yards, straightaway-42 1-5s., M. W. Long, Guttenburg Race Track, N. J., October 4, 1900. (This was the first 400 yards of a 440-yard trial). , 440 yards, straightaway 476., M. W. Long, Guttenburg Race Track, October 4, 1900. Round path, 352-yard circutt, 47 4-5s., M. W. Long, Travers Island, N. Y., September 29, 1900. 440 yards (Indoor-49 3-58.

N. , 50 , Celtic Parka N. Y., August 14, 1910. 550 yardsIm. 48., M. W. Sheppard, Celtic Park, N. Y., August 14, 1910 600 yards -\m. 10_4-5s., M., W. Sheppard, Celtic Park, N. Y., August 14, 1910. 600 yards (indoor) - 1m. 13 4-58., J. E. Meredith, Brooklyn, April 11, 1913. 660 yards-im.

20 2-58., H. Baker. Trare ers Island, N. Y., September 26, 1914. 700 yards-1m. 26 4-58., M. W. Sheppard, Celtic Park, diN. Y., May 30, 1910. 5-12ths of a milelm. 428., W. G. George, New York, November 30, 1882 800 yards-Im. 44 2-5s., L. E. Myers, Williamsburg, L. I., September 16, 1882. 800 yards. 43 3-58. (race track), M. w. Sheppard, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., August 23, 1910. 880 yards (indoor, board)--1m. 54 3-55., E. B. Parson, Buffalo, N. Y., March 19, 1904. 880 yards—1m. 52 1-2s., J. E. Meredith, Stockholm, Sweden, 1912 (world's record); 1m. 52 4-58., Emilo Lunghi, Montreal, Can., September 15, 1909. (Canadian record); 1m. 53 2-58. c. H. Kilpatrick, New York City, September 21, 1895; D. s. Caldwell, Cambridge, Mass., May 30, 1914 (American record). 900 yards-m. 57' 1-58., M. W. Sieppard, Celtic Park, N. Y., August 7, 1910. 1.000 yards-2m. 12 2-58., M. W. Sheppard, Celtic Park, N. Y., July 17, 1910. 2-3 mlle-2m. 44 2-58. (race track), M. W. Sheppard, Newark, N. J., August 20, 1910. 2-3 mile-2m. 45 2-58., M. W. Sheppard, Celtic Park, N. Y., July 31, 1910. 1,320 yards---3m. 2 4-58., T. P. Connell, Travers Island, N. Y., August 21, 1895. 1,320 yards (indoor)-3m. 7s., J. P. Driscoll, Buffalo, N. Y., March 15, 1913. 1,500 metres—3m. 55 45s. A. R. Kiviat, Cambridge, Mass., June 8, 1912. 1 mile (indoor)-4m. 18 1-58., A. R. Kiviat, New York City, February 15, 1913.1 mile (outdoor)-4m. 14 2-58., J. P. Jones, Cambridge, Mass May 31. 1913. 1 1-4 miles-5m. 38 4-5s., T. P. Connett, Bergen Point, N. J., September 2, 1895. 1 1-2 miles-6m. 46 2-58., T. P. Conneft, September 2, 1895. 1 3-4 miles-8m. 18 1-58., W. D. Day, Berkeley Oval, May 17. 1890. 1 3-4 miles (indoor, board)-8m. 10 3-58., G. V. Bonhag, Buffalo, N. Y., February 26, 1910. 3.000 metres (indoor) -8m. 358., G. V. Bonhag, Brooklyn, N. Y., De cember 16, 1911. 2 miles (outdoor)-9m. 17 4-5s., T. S. Berna, Ithaca, N. Y., May 4, 1912. 2 miles (indoor, board)-9m. 14 1-58., G. V. Bophag, Buffalo, N. Y., February 26, 1910. 2 1-2 miles in door) -11m. 53 2-58., H. Kolehmainen, Brooklyn, N. Y., February 12, 1913. 2 1-2 miles (outdoor)

Ilm. 592-58., H. Kolehmainen, Celtic Park, N. Y., August 17. 1913. 3 miles (indoor) -14 m. 18 1-58., H. Kolehmainen, Brooklyn, N. Y., February 12, 1913. 3 miles (outdoor)-14m. 22 3-58. H. Kolehmainen, Celtic Park, N. Y., August 17, 1913. 5,000 metres (indoor)-15m. 5 4-5s., G. V. Bonhag. Madison Square Garden, January 25, 1912. 5.000 metres (outdoor)-15m. 6 2-53, L. Scott, Celtic Park, N. Y., May 26, 1912. 4 miles (Indoor, board)-19m. 39 4-58., G. V. Bonhag. Sev York City, February 5, 1910. 4 miles (outdoor) -20m. 2s., H. Kolehmainen, New York City, November 1, 1913. 5 miles (Indoor) -24m. 29 1-58., H. Kolehmainen, New York City, February 12, 1913. 5 miles (outdoor) -25m. 6s. H. Kolehmainen, New York City, November 1. 1913. 8,000 metres (outdoor)-25m. 44s., W. J. Kramer, Celtic Park, L. I., June 2, 1912. 6 miles (outdoor) 30m. 20 2-58., K. Kolehmainen, New York City, November 1, 1913. 6 miles (indoor)-30m. 248., H. Kolehmainen, Buffalo, N. Y., February 1, 1913. 10,000 metres (outdoor)-31m. 43 3-58., W. J. Kramer, Cambridge, Mass., June 8, 1912. 7 mlles (outdoor)- 35m. 35 4-58., H. Kolehmainen, New York City, November 1. 1913. 7 miles (indoor) -35m. 36 2-58., H. Kolehmainen, Buffalo, N. Y. February 1, 1913. 8 miles (outdoor)-40m. 48 4-58., H. Kolehmainen, New York City, November 1, 1913 8 miles (indoor)—40m. 47 4-58., H. Kolehmainen, Buffalo, N. Y., February 1, 1913. 9 miles (outdoor) -46 m., H. Kolehmainen, New York City, November 1, 1913. 9 miles (indoor) - 46m. 3-5s., H. Kolehmainen, Buffalo, N. Y., February 1, 1913. 10 miles (outdoor) -51 m. 3 2-58., H. Kolehmainen, New York City, November 1, 1913. 10 miles (indoor)--51m, 6 3-58., H. Kolehmainen, Buffalo, N. Y., February 1, 1913. 10-mile team race-44m. 9 2-58., M. D. Huysman and M. J. Ryan, Madison Square Garden, New York City, February 4, 1911. 1 hour_10 miles 1,182 1-3 yards, S. Thomas, New York City, November 30, 1889. - 12 miles -- 11. 6m. 50 3-58.: J. F. Crowley. Celtic Park, N. Y., November 14, 1909. 15 miles-lh. 25 m. 15s., J. F. Crowley, Celtic Park, N. Y. November 14, 1909. 20 miles-1h. 58m. 27 3-58., James Clark, Celtic Park, N. Y., November 14 1909. 25 mlles-2h. 44m. 50s., M. Maloney, New York City, January 8, 1909. 26 miles 355 yards (Marathon distance) —2h. 54m. 45 2-59., M. Maloney, New York City, January 8, 1909. 50 miles 7h. 29 m. 478., P. Golden, Williamsburg, L. I., February 22, 1883.

Walking-1-2 mile-3m. 2 2-58., F. P. Murray, New York City, October 22, 1883. 2-3 mile 4m. 15 2-58., F. P. Murray, Staten Island, May 17, 1884. 3-4 mile4m. 40 1-2s., T. H. Armstrong. Jr., New York City, October 26, 1877. 1 mile (outdoor)-6m. 29 3-5s., F. P. Murray, New York City, October 27, 1883. I mile (indoor)-6m. 28s., G. H. Goulding. Buffalo, N. Y., December 16, 1911. 1 1-4 miles (indoor) -8m. 20 4-58., G. H. Goulding, Brooklyn, N. Y., March 30, 1912. i 1-3 miles (Indoor) --10m. 6s., G. H. Goulding. Brooklyn, N. Y., March 30, 1912 1 3-4 miles (indoor) 11 m. 42 1-58., G. H. Goulding, Brooklyn, N. Y., March 30, 1912. 2 miles (indoor)-13m. 38 3-58., G. H. Goulding, Brooklyn, N. V March 30, 1912. 2 miles (outdoor) -13m. 48 3-58., F. P. Murray, Williamsburs. L. I., May 30, 1884. 2 1-2 miles (indoor)-17m. 13 1-5s., G. H. Goulding. Brooklyn, N. Y., March 30, 1912. 3 miles (indoor) —20m. 49 4-5ś., G. H. Goulding, Brooklyn, N. Y., March 30, 1912. 3 miles (outdoor)--21m. 91-5s., F. P. Murray, New York City, November 6, 1883. 4 miles (indoor) -28m. 6 1-5s., G. H. Goulding, Brooklyn, NY., March 30, 1912. 5 miles-38m. 5-98. W. H. Purdy. New York City, May 22, 1880. 6 miles-45m. 288., E. E. Merrill, Boston, Mass. October 5, 1880.7 miles--54 m. 78., E. E. Merrill, Boston, Mass., October 5. 1880. 7 miles 1.318 yards--1h., J. B. Clark, New York City, September 8, 1880. 8 miles-1h. 2m. 8 1-28., J. B. Clark, New York City, September 8, 1880. 9 miles--1h. 10m. Ss., E. E. Merrill, Boston, Mass., October 5. 1880. 10 miles-lh. 17m. '40 3-is., E. E. Merrill, Boston, Mass., October 5, 1880. 12 miles 1h 45m. 553., E. D. Lange, New York City. May 19, 1888. 15 mlles--2h. 14m. 448., W. O'Keete, Williamsburg, L. I., December 31, 1880. 20 miles-3h. Sm. 10s., J. B. Clark, New York City, December 5, 1879. 26 miles 4h. 3m. 358., J. B. Clark, New York City, December 5, 1879. 30 miles

-5h. 33m. 8s. 50 miles-9h. 29m. 228., G. B. Gillie, New York City, May 10 and 11, 1878. 100 miles-21h. 428., G. B. Gillie, New York City, May 10 and 11. 1878.

Hurdle Racing--40 yards (3 hurdles, 3 ft. 6 in. high, 15 yards to first hurdle)-52-58., T. N. Riche ards, Lafayette, Ind.. February 19, 1910. 40 yards (3 hurdles, 2 It. 6 in. high, 15 yards to first hurdle)-58., T. N. Richards, Lafayette, Ind., February 19, 1910. 45 yards (3 hurdles, 2 ft. 6 in. high) -5 3-59., F. B. Scheuber, Boston, Mass., March 18, 1899; 5 3-58., F. B. Scheuber. Boston, Mass., March 16, 1901. 45 yards (4 hurdles, 2 ft. 6 in. high) - 5 4-58., F. B. Scheuber, Boston, Mass.. February 16, 1901. 45 yards (3 hurdles, 3 ft. 6 in. high) -6s., J. W. Mayhew, Boston, Mass. March 4. 1905. 50 yards (4 hurdles, 3 ft. 6 in. high) -78., M. s. Catlin, Chicago, February 20, 1904. 50 yards (4 hurdles, 2 lt. 6 in. high) --6 4-58., Walter 'Steffens, Chicago, February 27, 1904. 60 yards (indoor, 5 hurdles, 2 it. 6 in, high) -7 2-59., J. J. Eller, New York City, January 25, 1913. 60 yards (5 hurdies, 3 ft. 6 in, high) --8s., F. Smithson, San Francisco, Cal., February 19, 1909; F. W. Kelley, Brooklyn, N. Y., April 27, 1914; J. R. Case, San Francisco, Cal. February 20, 1914. 60 yards 3 hurdles, 3 it. 6 in. high, 15 yards apart, 15 yards start and finish) -7 2-58., R. G. Haskins, C. A. A., Chicago, Ill., March 11, 1911. 60 yards (3 hurdles, 2 ft. 6 in. high, 15 yards apart, 15 yards to Onish) -6 4-59., F. Fletcher. Notre Dame. Chicago, Ill., March 11, 1911. 70 yards (5 burdies, 3 it. 6 in. bigb)-8 4-58., Forrest Smithson, Madison Square Garden, N. Y., March 10, 1908. 70 yards

(outdoor, 5 hurdles, 2 ft. 6 in. high)-82-58., J.J. Eller, New York City, February 5, 1910. Indoor 82-58., R. Eller and J. J. Eller, Madison Square Garden, New York City, February 4, 1911. 70 yards (indoor, 6 hurdles, 3 it. 6 in. high, 10 yards apart, 10 yards to prst hurdle, 10 yards to Anish) -9 2-5s. J. L. Hartranft, New York City, October 31, 1910: J. I. Wendell, New York City, March 6, 1913. 75 yards (outdoor, 6 hurdles. 2 it. 6 in. high) -9 1-58., J. J. Eller, Celtic Park, L. I., June 4, 1911. 75 yards (indoor, 6 hurdles, 2 it. 6 in. high, 5 yards to first hurdle, 10 yards between hurdles, 10 yards to finish) --98., Ř. Templeton, San Francisco, Cal., February 21. 1913; J. J. Eller, New York City, February 14, 1914, and Brooklyn, N. Y., April 27, 1914. 75 yards (6 hurdles, 3 ft. 6 in. high) 9 4-5s., F. W. Schule, Milwaukee, March 5, 1904; F. W. Kelly, Brooklyn, N. Y., April 27, 1914. 80 yards (6 hurdies, 3 ft.

high)-128., M. W. Ford, New York City, March 13, 1886. 80 yards (7 hurdles, 2 It. 6 in. high) -9 3-58., F. Smithson, San Francisco, February 19, 1909. '80 yards hurdles, 3 ft. 6 in, high)-11 148., A. A. Jordan, New York City, October 9, 1887. 100 yards (5 hurdles, 3 it. 6 10. bigh) — 14 1-28., J. C. Austin, Worcester, Mass., November 3, 1874. 100 yards (8 hurdles, 2 It. 6 in. high)-12 1-5s., J. S. Hill, Baltimore, Md., February 9, 1907. 100 yards (8 hurdles, 2 ft. 6 in. bigh, 15 yards to first hurdle, hurdles 10 yards apart, 15 yards to finish) — 128., J. M. Ross, Brooklyn, N. Y., November 26, 1913. 100 yards (8 hurdles, 2 it. 6 in. high, first hurdle 20 yards from start, last hurdle 10 yards from Anish) -12 1-58., J. S. Hill, Baltimore, Md., January 9, 1907. 100 yards (8 hurdles, 3 1t. 6 in. high) -13' 1-58., E. M. Pritchard, Travers Island, N. Y., September 28, 1913. 100 yards (10 hurdles, 2 it. 6 in. high) -12 1-58., s. C. Northbridge, Brooklyn, N. Y., March 30, 1907. 120 yards (10 hurdles, 2 it. 6 in. high)-14 2-5s., J. J. Eller, Celtic Park, September 6, 1909, and Brooklyn, N. Y., February 23, 1914. 120 yards (10 hurdles, 3 ft. 6 in. high) -158., F. w Kelly, Berkeley, Cal., May 10, 1913, and May 2, 1914. 200 yards (10 hurdles, 3 ft. 6 in. high26 3-68. F. C. Puffer, Boston, Mass., April 12, 1890. 200 yards (12 hurdles, 2 it. 6 in. high) -30 4-53.. A. A. Jordan, New York City, November 21, 1888. 220 yards (5 hurdles, 3 ft. high) -29_3-4s., F. W. Jannsen, New York City, July 26, 1880. 220 yards (6 hurdles, 2 ft. 6 in. high)-262-58., C. T. Wiegand, New York City, May 4, 1889. 220 yards (7 hurdles, 2 it. 6 in. high) --298., J. McClelland, New York City, October 4, 1879. 220 yards 8 hurdles, 2 it. 6 in. high)

--28 3-48., J. E. Haigh, New York City, September 6, 1879. 220 yards (9 hurdles, 2 it. 3 in. high) --28 7-85., J. S. Voorhees, Jere Bey City, N. J., October 26, 1880. 220 yards (9 hurdles, 3 ft. 6 in. high) -29 3-5s., J. B. Hanna, New York City, March 14, 1880. 220 yards (10 hurdles, 2 ft. 6 in. high) -23 3-58., A. c. Kraenzlein, New York City, May 28, 1898. 220 yards (10 hurdles, 2 st. 6 in. high)-23 3-58., J. I. Wendell, Cambridge, Mass., May 31, 1913. 220 yards (10 hurdles, 3 ft. high) --28 4-58., C. T. Wiegand, Brooklyn, July 10, 1886. 220 yards (10 hurdles, 3 it. 6 in. high) -27 3-58., J. J. Eller, Celtic Park, L. I., October 11, 1908. 220 yards (10 hurdles, 2 1t. 6 in. high) -24 4-58., (Arth of a mile track, around a turn), John J. Eller, Irish-American A. C., Travers Island, September 19, 1908; John J. Eller, Pittsburgh, Pa., July 1, 1911; John J. Eller, Celtic Park, L, I., September 16, 1911. 250 yards (10 hurdles, 2 ft. 6 in. high) --31 4-58., G. Schwegler, Staten Island, October 26, 1889. 300 yards (10 hurdles, 2 ft. 6 in. high, distances from start to first hurdle, between hurdles, and from last hurdle to finish equal) — 36 2-59., H. L. Hillman, Jr., New York, November 10, 1906. 300 yards (10 hurdles, 2 it. 6 in. high, distance from start to Orst hurdle 26 yards, bet ween hurdles 26 yards, and from last hurdle to finish 40 yards)-34 3-58., H. L. Hillman, Jr., Travers Island, N. Y., September 23, 1905. 800 yards (10 hurdies, 3 ft. high) -458., J. E. Haigh, Yonkers, N. Y., August 30, 1879.300 yards (12 hurdles, 2 st. 6 in. high)-418., A. A. Jordan, New York City, November 21, 1888. 300 yards $13 hurdles, 2 ft. 6 in. high) -50 1-28., H. P, MacMahon, Jersey City, N. J., June 19, 1880. 1-5 mile (10 hurdles, 2 ft. 6 in. high) -43 3-58., C. J. Bacon, Celtic Park, N. Y., June 25, 1910. 1-4 mile (8 hurdles, 3 ft. 6 in. high) —lm. 48., W. L. Allen, St. Hyacinthe, P. Q.. October 10, 1878. 1-4 mile (10 hurdles, 2 ft. 6 in. bigh) -56 2-58., J. Buck, Williamsbridge, N. Y., September 19, 1896. 1-4 mlle (10 hurdles, 3 ft. 6 in. high) - 1m. 8 1-4s., R. S. Summerhaves, Montreal, P, Q., October 7, 1877. 1-4 mile (15 hurdles, 2 it. 6 in. high) - 1m. 9 3-4s., G. G. Neidlinger, Brooklyn, N. Y., December 31, 1879. 1-4 mlle (16 hurdles, 2 ft. 6 in. high)-1m 4s., H. H. Moritz,

New York City, July 4, 1879 1-4 mile (18 hurdles, 2 it. 6 in. high) - 1m. 12 1-4s., H. H. Moritz, New York City, May 17. 1879. 1-4 mile (20 hurdles, 2 11. 6 in. high) -1m. 9 4-58., A. F. Copland, New York City, January 28, 1888. 1-4 mile 10 hurdles. 2.1t. 6 in. high) -54 3-53., H. L. Hillman, Travers Island, New York, October 1. 1904. 440 yards (10 hurdles, 3 ft. 6 in, high)-1m. 3-5s., Charles Bacon, C Park, L.

City, October 11, 1908.

Jumping-Standing high jump, without welghts (outdoor)-5 ft. 5 3-4 in., Leo Goehring. Trav. ers Lsland, N. Y., June 14, 1913; (indoor) 5 ft. 4 1-8 in., Platt Adams, New York City, January 25, 1913. Running high jump, without weights—6 ft. 7 5-16 in., E. Beeson, Berkeley, Cal., May 2, 1914, Running high jump, without weights (indoor)-6 ft. 4 1-2 in., s. C. Lawrence, Boston, Mass., Feb. ruary 9, 1912. One standing long jump, without weights-11 ft. 4 7-8 in., Ray C. Ewry, St. Louis, August 29, 1904. One standing long jump, with weights--12 ft. 9. 1-2 in., L. Hellwig, Williamsburg, L. I., November 20, 1884. One standing long jump, backwards, with weights--9 ft.

J. J. Carpenter, Ann Arbor, Mich., November 8, 1884. Two standing long jumps, with weights--24 ft., J. E. Payne, Cleveland, Ohio, February 2, 1895. Three standing jumps---35 It. 8 3-4 in., Ray C. Ewry, Celtic Park, N. Y., September 7, 1903. Three standing long jumps, with weights-35 ft. 9 in., W. S. Law ton, San Francisco, Cal., May 13, 1876. Nine standing long jumps, without weights-100 ft. 4 in.. M. W. Ford, New York City, June 7, 1885. Ten standing long jumps, without weights-116 ft. 3 1-2 in., Dr. B. F. Mulligan, Celtic Park, September 1, 1902. Standing hop, step and jump, with. out weights-30 ft. 3 in., J. Cosgrove, Albany, N. Y., April 25, 1894. Standing hop, step and jump. with weights-31 ft. 7 in., W. W. Butler, Oak Island Grove, Mass., June 18, 1886. Standing jump, step and jump, without weights-32 ft. 4 1-2 in., Platt Adains, Celtic Park, September 6, 1909. Run. ning long jump, without weights--24 ft. 7.1-4 in., M. Prinstein, Philadelphia, Pa., April 28, 1900. Running hop, step and jump, without weights--50 ft. 11 in., D. F. Ahearne, Celtic Park, L. I., May 30, 1911. Running two hops and jump, without weights--50 ft. 2 7-10 in., D. F. Ahearne, Boston, Mass., July 31, 1909.

Vaulting – Fence vaulting-7 ft. 3 3-4 in., C. H. Atkinson, Cambridge, Mass., March 22, 1884. One-hand fence vaulting-5 ft. 6 1-2 in., I. D. Webster, Philadelphia, Pa., April 6, 1886. Bar vaulting--7 1t. 4 in., T. C. Page, Gambier, Ohio, May - 1881. Pole vault for height-13 It. 2 1-4 in.. M. S. Wright, Cambridge, Mass., June 8, 1912. Pole vault for distance (indoor)—28 ft. 2 in., Platt Adams, New York City, October 31, 1910.

Throwing the Hammer-Regulation, hammer, A., A. U. rules, weight (including handle) 12 pounds, entire length 4 feet, thrown from 7-10ot circle-12-pound hammer-213 It. 9 1-8 in., P. Ryan, Celtic Park, L. I., October 19, 1913. Regulation hammer, A. A. U. rules, weight (including handle) 16 pounds, entire length 4 feet, thrown from 7-foot circle-16-pound hammer-189 ft. 6 1-2 in., p. Ryan, Celtic Park, L. I., August 17, 1913. Hammer, with handle 3 ft. 6 in. long, thrown with both hands from a mark without run or follow-12-pound hammer head-116 ft. 4 in., c. A. J. Queck. berner, Staten Island, November 17, 1888; 16-pound hammer head-100 it. 5 in., c. A. J. Queck, berper, Staten Island. November 17, 1888; 21-pound hammer head-81 ft. 3 in., C. A.J. Queckberner, Staten Island, November 14, 1888. Hammer, with handle 4 feet long, thrown with one hand from a mark, without run or follow-8-pound hammer-157 ft. 9 in., W. L. Coudon, Perryman, Md., August 9, 1884: 10-pound hammer---140 ft. 2 in., W. L. Coudon, Perryman, Md., August 9, 1884; 12-pound hammer bead-119 {t. 1 in., W. L. Coudon. Chestertown, Md., June 25, 1890; 16-pound hammer, including weight of head and handle—101 ft. 5 1-2 in. W. 1., Coudon, 'Havre-de-Grace,

Md., August 13, 1890. Hammer with handle 4 feet long, thrown with both hands from & mark, without run or follow-10-pound bammer head-134 ft. 3 in., W. L. Coudon, Wilmington, Del.. May 10, 1888; 12-pound hammer head-124 It. 11 in., W. L. Coudon, Wilmington, Del., May

10. 1888; 14-pound hammer head-115 ft. 4 in., W. L. Coudon, Wilmington, Del., May 10, 1888: 16 pound hammer head-113 ft. 11 in., W. 0. Hickok, New Haven, Ct., May 12, 1894; 21-pound han. mer head-82 ft. 3 1-2 in., C. A. J. Queckberner, Staten Island, November 17, 1888. Hammer, with handle 4 feet long, thrown with one hand, with 7-10ot run and no follow-8-pound hammer, including weight of head and handle-210 ft. 3 in., W. L. Coudon, Elkton, Md., November 5, 1892; 8-pound hammer head-180 it. 7 in., W. L. Coudon, Elkton, Md., October 11, 1889: 12-pound hammer bead - 164 ft. 2 in., W. L. Coudon, Elkton, Md., November 5, 1882; 16-pound hammer, including weight of head and handle—146 it. 4 in., E. E. Parry, Portland, Ore., August 5, 1905; 16-pound hammer head-130 it., J. S. Mitchel, New York City, November 6, 1888; 21-pound hammer, welght of head without handle--109 ft. I 1-4 in., B. F. Sherman, Boston, Mass., June 17, 1908;

21-pound hammer head-90 ft. 3 in., C. A. J. Queck berner, Staten Island, November 17, 1888. Hammer, with handle 4 feet long, thrown with both hands (9-1oot circle) 16-pound hammer-189 ft. 3 in., P. Ryan, Celtie Park, L. I., September 1, 1913. Hammer, with handle 4 feet long, thrown with one hand, with us. limited run, but no follow-8-pound hammer head-189 It. 1-4 in., W. L. Coudon, Elkton, MA, October 11, 1889; 10-pound hammer-167 ft. 2 in., W. L. Coudon, Perryman, Md., August 9, 1894. Hammer, with handle 4 feet long, thrown with one hand, with unlimited run and follow-16-pound hammer, including weight of head and handle-129 It. 11 in., W. L. Coudon, Wasbington, D. C.. October 8, 1892, Hammer, with handle 4 feet long, thrown with both bands, with unlimited run and follow--16-pound hammer head-125 ft. 10 in., J. S. Mitchel, Brooklyn, October 1, 1888: 18pound hammer head-118 ft 11 inJi S. Mitchel, New York City, September 29, 1888; 18-pound hammer, weight of head without handle—131 it. 1-4 in., B. F. Sherman, Boston, Mass., June 17, 1908: 16-pound hammer, with unlimited run and follow-180 lt. 1 in., J. J. Flanagan, Celtic Park, October 10, 1909.

Shot Putting-8-pound shot-67_ft. 7 in., Ralph Rose, Travers Island, N. Y., September 14, · 1907. 12-pound shot-57 ft. 3 in., Ralph Rose, Celtic Park, Long Island City, August 29. 1908. 14-pound shot-51 ft. 6 3-8 in., Ralph Rose, Travers Island, N. Y., September 14, 1907. 16-pound shot-51 ft., Ralph Rose, San Francisco, August 21, 1909. 18-pound shot (indoor) -45 ft. 5 3-4 in., Ralph Rose, San Francisco, February 21, 1913; (outdoor) -46 ft. 2 3-4 in., P. J. McDonald, Celtie Park, L. I., May 30, 1914. 21-pound shot-42 ft. 4 1-2 in., P. McDonald, Celtic Park, N. Y., Oce tober 20, 1912. 24-pound shot (outdoor) -38 ft. 10 11-16 in., P. J. McDonald, Celtic Park, L. I.. October 22, 1911. 24-pound shot (Indoor, from board to dirt pit)-39 ft. 3 1-4 in., P. J. McDonald, New York City, March 6, 1913. 25 1-2-pound shot, with follow-36 ft. 8 1-2 in., W. Real, Philadelphia, Pa., October 25, 1888. 28-pound shot-36 ft. 8. 1-2 in., P. Ryan, New York City, Febru. ary 14, 1914. 42-pound stone, with follow-28 ft. 11 1-4 in., P. Ryan, Celtic Park, L. I., September 1, 1913. 56-pound shot, with follow-23 (t. 1-2 in. W. Real, Boston, Mass., October 4, 1888. 16pound shot, right and left hand, with toe board-91 ft. 10 1-2 in. (right band, 50 ft. 6 in.; left hand, 41 ft. 4 1-2 in.), Ralph Rose, Oakland, Cal., June 2, 1912;

right and left hand, without toe board 91 ft. 10 in. (right hand, 49 It. 10 in.; left hand, 42 ft.), Ralph Rose, American League Park, New York City, June 12, 1912.

Throwing Weights-14-pound weight, thrown from shoulder, with follow-58 ft. 2 in., J. S. Mitchel, Boston, Mass., October 4, 1888. 28-pound weight, with follow-36 ft. 3 in., Dennis Horgan, Travers Island, N. Y., September 29, 1906. 35-pound weight for height-21 ft., P. Ryan, Broaz. New York City, April 12, 1913. 35-pound weight for distance--57 ft. 7-8 in., P. Ryan, Celtic Park, L. I., September 1, 1913, 56-pound weight, thrown from side, with one hand, without run or fol low-28 it. 9 in., J. S. Mitchel, New York City, August 26, 1905. 56-pound weight, thrown from the side, with two hands, without run or follow-31 ft. 5 in., John Flanagan, New York City, August 26, 1905. 56-pound weight, thrown with both hands from a 7-loot circle, without follow-40 ft. 6 3-8 in., M. J. McGrath, Montreal, Canada, September 23, 1911, 56-pound weight, thrown with two hands, unlimited run and follow-40 ft. 2 in., John Flanagan, Long Island City, July 17. 1904. 56-pound weight for height-16 it. 11 1-4 in., P. Donovan, San Francisco, Cal., February 20, 1914. 56-pound weight, Irish style, one hand, with unlimited run and follow-38 lt. 5 in., J. $. Mitchel, Celtic Park, N. Y., September 7, 1903. 56-pound weight, from stand-33 it. 1 in., M. J. McGrath, Travers Island, N. Y., September 24, 1910. 56-pound weight over bar-15 ft. 2 5-8 in., P. Donovan, San Francisco, Cal., October 25, 1913.

Javelin Record-Throwing the javelin—184 ft. 9 1-2 in., H. B. Liversedge, Stanford, Cal., April 11, 1914.

Throwing the Discus-Throwing the discus from 7-foot circle-145 ft. 9 1-2 in., James Duncan, Celtic Park, L. I., June 2, 1912. Throwing the discus, Greek style-116 ft., 7 1-2 in., M. J. Sheridan, Philadelphia, June 6, 1908. Throwing the discus, Olympic style, weight 4 pounds 6 1-2 ounees (8 ft. 2 1-2 in. circle) —156 lt. 1 3-8 in., James Duncan, Celtic Park, L. I., May 27, 1912. Throwing the discus (8 ft. 2 1-2 in. circle, right and left hand)-252 ft. 8 7-8 in., James Duncan, Celtic Park, L. I., May 27, 1912. Right hand, 156 (t. 1 3-8 in.; left hand, 96 ft. 7 1-2 in.

Relay Racing—880-yard relay (indoor, Olympic style, with baton, 4 men)-1m. 35 2-58., Xavier A. A. team (C. B. Clark, H. Helland, E. Lohse, W. J. Keating). New York City, February 21, 1912. 1,200 yards (outdoor, teams of 4 men, each man to run 300 yards)—2m. 6. 4-58., New York A. C. team (F. P. McNally, D. A. Kuhn, v. Wilkie, T. Lennon), Travers Island, N. Y.,

September 26, 1914. 1,280 yards--2m. 28 4-58., Georgetown University team (Edmunson, McCarthy. Remy, Mulligan), St. Louis, March 26, 1904. 1,173 1-3-yard relay (indoor)-2m. 258., Cross Country Club team (T. P. McDonagh, A. F. Warner, E. B. Allison, M. J. B. McDonagh), Georgetown University, March 2, 1912. 1.408 yards (indoor, board, teams of 4 men, each man to run 352 yards)-2m. 4 52-58, Chicago A. A. team (F. V. Belote, A. Ward, T. H. Blair, E. F. J. Lindberg), Champaign, m.,

February 22, 1913. 1,560 yards (indoor, board, teams of men, each man to run 390 yards)-3m. 73., Boston A. A. team (F Burns, Carl W. Cram, E. K. Merrihew, T. J. Halpin), Boston, Mass., February 8, 1913. 1,760 yards (teams of 4 men, each man ran 440 yards)-3m. 18 1-58., Irish American A. c. team (H. Schaal, M. W. Sheppard, H. Gissing, J. M. Rosenberger), Celtic Park, N. Y.. Sep tember 4, 1911; (indoor) 3m. 25 1-58., New York A. C. team (O. W. DeGruchy, J. W. Richmond, E. Frick, Le Roy Wood), New York City, February 17, 1912. 1,760 yards (outdoor, teams of 5 men each, each man to run 1-5 of the distance) --3m 11 4-58., New York A. C. team (W. G. Packard, E. Frick, L. C. Cary, R. T. Edwards, Le Roy Wood), Travers Island, N. Y., June 1, 1912. 2.400 yards (teams of 4 men, each man to run 600 yards) --5m. 11 3-58., Irish-American A. C. team (Odell, Riley, Bromilow, Sheppard), Long Island City. May 30, 1907; 5m. 6 1-58. (Indoor), Irish-American A. C. team (J. Bromilow, W. C. Robbins, A. R. Kiviat, H. Schaal), New York City, February 5, 1910. 3,120 yards (Indoor, teams of 4 men, each man to run 780 yards)-6m. 59s., Boston A. A. team (D. s. Caldwell, O. F. Hedlund, E. T. Marceau, T.J. Halpin), Boston, Mass., March 1,

1913. 2 miles 7m. 53s., Irish-American A. C. team (F. Riley, J. Bromilow, M. W. Sheppard, A. R. Kiviat), Celtie Park, N. Y., September 5, 1910. 4 miles (outdoor, teams of 4 men, each man to run 1 mile.-17m. 51 1-58., Boston A. A. team (Mahoney. Marceau, Powers, Hedlund), Easton, Pa., June 17, 1913.

miles (indoor)-17m. 43 2-58., Cornell University team (H. N. Putnam, L. Finch, T. S. Berna, J. P. Jones),

Buffalo, N. Y., March 1, 1912. Medley relay (outdoor)-7m. 44 2-5s., Irish-Ameriese A. C. team (J. J. Archer, 220 yards; J. M. Rosenberger, 440 yards; A. R. Klviat, 880 yards; J. Bron

« ZurückWeiter »