This section contains the official state records of South Australian athletics. State records are essentially the best performance ever officially recorded by a South Australian athlete in a particular age group in a particular event that is conducted under IAAF rules.
State Records are taken by age on the day of competition.
State Record Listing
Para Athlete State Records - as at 15/2/18
PLEASE NOTE: These records have been compiled using SA National record holders, previous best performances previously held, recent performances and other sources. Many of the records are listing as pending since it is likely that some of the records have been bettered previously. Feedback, information and other record submissions will be accepted until the end of September 2018. At that point all performances will be confirmed as current State records prior to the start of next season.
If you believe any of these records are incorrect, please contact the Athletics SA office on 8354 3477 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Requirements for claiming a State Record
For a state record, the athlete's age is taken as at the day of competition. In order to claim a state record the following conditions must first be met:
- the athlete must be currently registered with Athletics SA.
- implements must be correctly certified.
- competition must be an official, advertised competition and must be conducted under IAAF rules.
How to claim a State Record
State Records are not automatically awarded, athletes must apply using the forms below. The record claim must be signed off by the appropriate, qualified official from the event or in the case of National and International events (conducted under IAAF rules) a website address must be supplied for the official results.
Return the form to the office via fax 8354 1219, email email@example.com, post to PO Box 84, Torrensville Plaza SA 5031 or drop it off at SA Athletics Stadium (formally Santos Stadium) during office hours..
State Record Claim Forms
400m State Record Holder and Olympian, Bruce Frayne strides out