She long jumped 3.23 to better her own indoor record of 3.09 in Hamburg (11. February 2018) and broke Rosemarie Kreiskott’s listed European record of 2.92 for the second time. The world record currently holds Canadian Christa Bortignon with 3.28.
International German record holder of the year 2018
In previous competitions in 2018 European and world records were already broken by other German athletes have already broken. However, the records could not be improved in Erfurt. The project possibly succeeds in Madrid.
- Eva Trost, W50, world record 800m, 2:16,73 (10.02.2018) was disqualified over 400m (IWR R. 163.3b)
- Ute Ritte, W65, European record pole vault, 2.55 (27.01.2018) managed 2.50.
- Wolfgang Ritte, M65, world record pole vault, 3.95 (19.01.2018) jumped over 3.80.
- Klemens Wittig, M80, european record 3000m, 12:56.90 (14.01.2018) needed 13:07.95 for the 15 laps.
Remarkable: The width of Andy Dittmar, M40, in the shot put, was 18.17.
German Best Masters Athlete of the Year Award
Herbert E. Müller (M85, runner) and Ulrike Hiltscher (W65, pentathlete) won German Best Masters Athlete of the Year Award. They received their Trophy during the Championships by Margit Jungmann, WMA Vice President.
Breaking News – New German indoor records
The below marks show the new German indoor records, which were achieved in Erfurt:
W60 400m Helga Ulrich 71.12
W60 high jump Ute Böggemann 1.38
W60 high jump Pfannkuche Jutta 1.38
W65 triple jump Christina Friedrich 8.53
W80 long jump Christiane Schmalbruch 3,23 (ER)
W80 400m Lydia Ritter 1:40.96
W80 800m Lydia Ritter 3:37.87
M40 60m hurdles Jan Schindzielorz 8.09
M65 60m Rudolf König 7,94
M75 high jump Edgar Wittmann 1,41
M80 pole vault Müller Walter 2,25
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