As of 2011, Javier Sotomayor holds the mens world record at 2.45 meters. Stefka Kostadinova holds the womens world record at 2.09 meters.
the current world record for the indoor is held by Kajsa Bergqvist from Sweden with a jump of 2.08m. the current world record for the outdoor is held by Stefka Kostadinova from Bulgaria with a jump of 2.09m
Javier Sotomayor holds the High Jump world record at 2.45 meters (8'0") He also holds the indoor world record at 2.43 meters (7'11 and 4/5")
Stefka Kostadinova of Bulgaria set the women's world record for the high jump in 1987 at a height of 2.09 meters (6 feet, 10 1/4 inches). It is the longest standing world record in the history of the high jump.
The British women's high jump record is 1.95 meters (6 feet, 4 3/4 inches) set by Diana Davies in 1982, Susan Moncrieff in 2001, and Jessica Ennis in 2007.
World Record: Javier Sotomayor (CUB) 2.45m Olympic Record: Charles Austin (USA) 2.39m
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Olivier Favre holds the record for highest dive at 177 feet. This was set in 1987 in France. Other notable high divers include Dana Kunze.
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Daniel Mahoney holds the record at 9' 6"
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Javier Sotomayor of Cuba who jumped 2.45 mtrs on 27th July 1993
Stefka Kostadinova was the first person to ever jump 2.O9 metres in 1987, Rome. She also has tthe longest going world record as no one has beaten her record.
The world record for a women's high jump was set in 1987 and is held by Stefka Kastadinova, at 2.09 meters, or just over 6 feet and 10 inches. The last time an African woman held that record was in 1941. Esther van Heerden of South Africa completed a 1.66 meter high jump.
Iolanda Balas of Romania set a world record on September 21, 1959 of 1.84 meters. Balas held the world record for almost 13 years, first setting the record on June 7, 1958 at 1.74 meters and breaking it many times. Her best jump, and final world record, was 1.91 meters in July of 1961. That world record lasted for 10 years. The current women's world record is 2.09 meters set in 1987 by Stefka Kostadinova of Bulgaria.
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