Australian All-Time Rankings – Women

We endeavour to provide you with most up-to-date Australian all-time rankings. We include deep Open rankings (top-100 where possible), but also include Junior lists (top-50 where possible) and Youth lists (top-30 where possible).

There continues to be an enormous amount of research that goes into the Junior and Youth lists, so we are always happy to be notified of any additions/corrections (please contact us via our contact form). Essentially we are trying to fill the gap, where it had previously been extremely difficult to find rankings lists outside of Open level.

Herb Elliott - Previously held the world record for both the 1500m and mile.

Most Recent Major Ranking Changes

Jessica Hull (NSW)
Jessica Hull (NSW)5000m - 14:43.80 (NR)
It looks like this is just the start of many more records for Hull, as she eyes off National records for the 1500m, mile and 3000m. Could she one day become Australia’s best ever female distance runner?
Eleanor Patterson (VIC)
Eleanor Patterson (VIC)High Jump - 1.99m (NR)
Nothing could stop Patterson as a junior, clearing 1.96m as a 17 year-old. Then came the frustration in 2017/18 as she fought to recapture her junior form. Fast forward to 2020 and Patterson is at the top of her game!
Nicola McDermott (NSW)
Nicola McDermott (NSW)High Jump - 1.96m
McDermott is quickly establishing herself on the international circuit, which has already seen her place 3rd at the Diamond League meeting in Monaco in 2019. Moves up to =4th on A/T list.
Liz Clay (NSW)
Liz Clay (NSW)100m Hurdles - 12.94s
Clay has become only the 5th Australian female to ever break through the magical 13 second barrier for the 100m hurdles. Sits at #4 on the A/T list behind only Sally Pearson, Michelle Jenneke and Pam Ryan.

Women’s All-Time Ranking Lists

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