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In July 74 national records had been broken:

  • Thirteen during the Micronesian Games in Pohnpei thereof five for Palaw (800, 1500, 5000, Half Marathon, 400 hurdles), three for Federated States of Micronesia (100 hurdles, Half Marathon, 4×100), three for Marshall Islands (100, 200 and 4×100) and two for Northern Marianas Islands (100 hurdles and High Jump);
  • Six during the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow (5000 metres for Uganda, Marathon for Malawi, Triple Jump for Malta, Shot Put for Anguilla and Cameroon, Heptathlon for Belize);
  • Six during the World Junior Championships in Eugene (100 hurdles for Venezuela, 3000 steeplechase for Perù, Pole Vault for Estonia and New Zealand, Shot Put for Bahrain and 10 kilometres Walk for Czech Republic);
  • Six in the 3000 steeplechase event (Canada, Finland, Morocco, Sweden, United Arab Emirates and United States);
  • Five in the 800 metres event (Benin, Luxembourg, Senegal, Uganda and Uruguay);
  • Four in the 200 metres event (Bhutan, Guinea Equatorial, Montenegro and Netherlands);
  • Four in the High Jump (Finland, Lithuania, Luxembourg and Netherlands);
  • Four in the Pole Vault event (Angola, Austria, Liechtenstein and Luxembourg);
  • Three in the 100 metres event (Burkina Faso, Netherlands and Qatar);
  • Three in the 100 hurdles event (Costa Rica, Finland and Sao Tomè & Principè);
  • Three in the Long Jump event (Antigua & Barbuda, Israel and Netherlands);
  • Three in the Triple Jump event (Bhutan, Colombia and Ghana);
  • Two in the 1500 metres event (Netherlands and Senegal);
  • Two in the Discus Throw event (Guinea Bissau and Malaysia);
  • Two in the Hammer Throw event (Belgium and Switzerland);
  • Two in the 4×100 relay event (Netherlands and Switzerland);
  • Two in the 4×400 relay event (Slovakia and South Korea);
  • Other NRs: 400 metres for Niger, 5000 metres for United States, 10 kilometres Walk for Spain and Shot Put for Guinea Bissau).
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