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Aliaksandra DulibaIn April, 57 national records had been broken:

  • Seven during the Gulf Junior Championships in Doha: four of Kuwait (Long Jump, Hammer Throw, Heptathlon and 4×100 relay), two of Qatar (Discus Throw and Hammer Throw) and also the new national record of Oman in the 400 hurdles event;
  • Seven in the Half Marathon event (Belarus, Ivory Coast, Mali, Montenegro, Nicaragua, Sierra Leone and Togo);
  • Six during the Arab Junior Championships (1500 metres for Djibouti, Shot Put for Bahrain and Oman, Discus Throw for Bahrain, Heptathlon for Oman, 10 kilometres Walk for Lebanon);
  • Five during the Carifta Games in Fort de France (800 metres for Anguilla,3000 metres for Guyana, Heptathlon for Dominica and Turks & Caicos, 4×400 relay of Saint Lucia);
  • Five in the Marathon event (Angola, Belarus, Iran, Sierra Leone, São Tomé & Prìncipe);
  • Three in 5000 metres event (Dominican Republic, Panama and Puerto Rico);
  • Three in Triple Jump event (Guam, New Zealand, Singapore);
  • Three in Hammer Throw event (Hong Kong, New Zealand and Tunisia);
  • Two in 100 metres event (Gambia and Israel);
  • Two in 400 metres event (Mali and Saint Vincent & Grenadines);
  • Two in 10000 metres event (Croatia and Montenegro);
  • Two in 20 kilometres Walk event (Brazil and Serbia);
  • Two in Discus Throw event (Montenegro and Namibia);
  • Two in Long Jump event (Dominica and Panama);
  • Two in Heptathlon event (Burkina Faso and Egypt) during the African Combined Events Championships in Bambous;
  • Other NRs: 200 metres for Swaziland, 3000 steeplechase for Uruguay, 100 hurdles for Papua New Guinea and 400 hurdles for Namibia.
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