Welcome to the homepage of RT StatsCentral, where you will find the most extensive statistical analysis of Australian athletics.

We will keep you updated on a regular basis, with:

  • All-Time Rankings – Open, Junior and Youth lists
  • Our very own ‘RT StatsCentral Power Rankings‘ – linked directly with the IAAF scoring tables
  • Unique pages, such as our dedicated ‘Mile’ page and ‘Diamond League’ page.
  • Key results throughout the year, including extensive coverage from the NCAA indoor/outdoor season. The results sections will also include specific sections for ‘Breakthrough Performances‘ and ‘Record Breakers‘.
  • Overall we will bring you action from all over the world, with statistical analysis that will keep any athletics fan coming back for more! Enjoy!

Select below for rankings, records and results

Ralph Doubell
Ralph Doubell – In 1968 Doubell broke the WR in the men’s 800m at the Mexico City Olympic Games, with a time of 1.44.40. This was only recently bettered by Joseph Deng (1.44.21 on July 20, 2018)

Click on any of the links below which will lead you to the Australian all-time ranking lists for each specific event(s). This includes Open, Junior and Youth ranking lists, and also comprehensive road running lists (from 5km to the marathon). Enjoy!

We are still undertaking research (specifically for junior/youth lists), so if you do have any corrections please don’t hesitate in contacting us and once confirmed we will make the necessary changes.

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RT StatsCentral Power Rankings

Throughout the year we will keep you updated with the latest Australian ‘Power Rankings’, which are rankings based on the IAAF Scoring tables. This enables us to rank each Australian athlete on an overall head-to-head basis. Click below for the latest rankings:

Records Broken in 2018

There have been 15 Australian records broken in 2018 lead by middle distance champion, Linden Hall (1500m/Mile). Hall was magnificent in breaking both the National 1500m (4:00.86) and Mile (4:21.40) records throughout the year, bettering marks previously held by Sarah Jamieson and Lisa Corrigan respectively.

Also producing record breaking performances in 2018 were:

  • Jake Doran – in perfect conditions for sprinting, Doran broke the U/20 Men’s 100m with a time of 10.15s in Finland (July 1)
  • Steve Solomon – recorded a 45.44s for the 400m indoors (Feb 23), breaking the Australian indoor record and adding to his Australian Best performance over 500m (indoors) of 1:01.44 back in 2014.
  • Joseph Deng – broke the long standing 800m Open record of 1.44.40, when running 1.44.21 in Monaco (July 20)
  • Declan Tingay – broke the Australian U/20 10000m Track Walk record, with a 40:49.72 at the World U/20 Championships.
  • Ashley Moloney – smashed through the 8,000pt barrier to take gold at the World U/20 Championships in Finland. Eventually scored 8,190pts, and now holds both the U/20 and U/18 Australian records.
  • Keely Small – ran an amazing time of 2:00.81 in the heats of the 800m at the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast, breaking both the U/20 and U/18 Australian records.
  • Brittany McGowan – broke the Australian Open 1000m record, with a time of 2:37.80 (August 18)
  • Jessica Pascoe – ran 15:34.76 over the 5000m (indoors) on December 1st in Boston, USA. This stands as the fastest indoor 5000m by an Australian female. Note: Clare O’Brien ran 15:42.60 on an oversized track on February 10, which is the second fastest 5000m run indoors.
  • Sophie White – didn’t quite break the Australian U/18 100m hurdles record, but did equal it when running 13.14s in Sydney on March 16. Record now jointly held by Sally Pearson and White.
  • Women’s 4x100m – the Australian U/20 team of Owusu-Afriyia, Edwards, Johnson and Gross, ran 44.78s at the World U/20 Championships.
  • Kathryn Mitchell – went on a record spree in the early part of the year, and ended the season with a new Australian Open record in the women’s javelin of 68.92m (which was also good enough for gold at the Commonwealth Games).
  • Celeste Mucci – broke the Australian U/20 heptathlon record, when winning the National title with 5,915pts.
  • Claire Tallent – is the inaugural record holder of the women’s 50km race walk (4:09:33)

Note: All of these performances a still to be ratified by Athletics Australia.

IAAF Diamond League

The IAAF Diamond League is an important part of the World Athletics calendar. In 2019 the Diamond League will include the following competitions:

  • Doha, Qatar – 3rd May, 2019
  • Shanghai, China – 18th May, 2019
  • Stockholm, Sweden – 30th May, 2019
  • Rome, Italy – 6th June, 2019
  • Oslo, Norway – 13th June, 2019
  • Rabat, Morocco – 16th June, 2019
  • Eugene, United States – 30th June, 2019
  • Lausanne, Switzerland – 5th July, 2019
  • Monaco, Monaco – 12th July, 2019
  • London, England – 20th-21st July, 2019
  • Birmingham, England – 18th August, 2019
  • Paris, France – 24th August, 2019
  • Zurich, Switzerland – 29th August, 2019 (Final)
  • Brussels, Belgium – 6th September, 2019 (Final)

Our dedicated Diamond League page can be found by clicking here

The Mile Page