| Athletics |
|Men||Noah Ngeny 2:11.96 (1999)|
|Women||Svetlana Masterkova 2:28.98 (1996)|
The 1000 metres is an uncommon middle-distance running event in track and field competitions.
The 1000 yards, an imperial alternative, was sometimes also contested.
|1||2:11.96||Noah Ngeny||Kenya||5 September 1999||Rieti|
|2||2:12.18||Sebastian Coe||Great Britain||11 July 1981||Oslo|
|3||2:12.88||Steve Cram||Great Britain||9 August 1985||Gateshead|
|4||2:13.08||Taoufik Makhloufi||Algeria||1 July 2015||Nancy|
|5||2:13.49||Ayanleh Souleiman||Djibouti||25 August 2016||Lausanne|
|6||2:13.56||Kennedy Kimwetich||Kenya||17 July 1999||Nice|
|7||2:13.62||Abubaker Kaki Khamis||Sudan||3 July 2010||Eugene|
|8||2:13.73||Noureddine Morceli||Algeria||2 July 1993||Villeneuve-d'Ascq|
|9||2:13.89||Robert Biwott||Kenya||25 August 2016||Lausanne|
|10||2:13.9 h||Rick Wohlhuter||United States||30 July 1974||Oslo|
|11||2:13.95||Jonathan Kitilit||Kenya||25 August 2016||Lausanne|
|12||2:13.96||Mehdi Baala||France||26 June 2003||Strasbourg|
|13||2:14.09||Joaquim Cruz||Brazil||20 August 1984||Nice|
|14||2:14.23||Asbel Kiprop||Kenya||25 August 2016||Lausanne|
|15||2:14.28||Japheth Kimutai||Kenya||1 August 2000||Stockholm|
|16||2:14.30||Marcin Lewandowski||Poland||25 August 2016||Lausanne|
|17||2:14.41||William Yiampoy||Kenya||5 September 1999||Rieti|
|18||2:14.43||Laban Rotich||Kenya||16 July 1997||Nice|
|19||2:14.50||Abdi Bile||Somalia||13 September 1989||Jerez de la Frontera|
|20||2:14.52||Djabir Said-Guerni||Algeria||5 September 1999||Rieti|
|21||2:14.53||Willi Wülbeck||West Germany||1 July 1980||Oslo|
|22||2:14.69||El-Mahjoub Haïda||Morocco||12 July 1995||Nice|
|23||2:14.72||Yusuf Saad Kamel||Bahrain||22 July 2008||Stockholm|
|24||2:14.73||Joseph Tengelei||Kenya||12 July 1995||Nice|
|Patrick Konchellah||Kenya||1 August 2000||Stockholm|
Below is a list of other times equal or superior to 2:14.51:
|1||2:28.98||Svetlana Masterkova||Russia||23 August 1996||Brussels|
|2||2:29.15||Faith Kipyegon||Kenya||14 August 2020||Monaco|
|3||2:29.34||Maria Mutola||Mozambique||25 August 1995||Brussels|
|4||2:30.6 h||Tatyana Providokhina||Soviet Union||20 August 1978||Podolsk|
|5||2:30.67||Christine Wachtel||East Germany||17 August 1990||Berlin|
|6||2:30.70||Caster Semenya||South Africa||2 September 2018||Berlin|
|7||2:30.82||Laura Muir||Great Britain||14 August 2020||Monaco|
|8||2:30.85||Martina Steuk||East Germany||9 July 1980||Berlin|
|9||2:31.06||Ciara Mageean||Ireland||14 August 2020||Monaco|
|10||2:31.11||Jemma Reekie||Great Britain||14 August 2020||Monaco|
|11||2:31.5 h A||Maricica Puica||Romania||1 June 1986||Poiana Brasov|
|12||2:31.50||Natalya Artyomova||Soviet Union||10 September 1991||Berlin|
|13||2:31.51||Sandra Gasser||Switzerland||13 September 1989||Jerez de la Frontera|
|14||2:31.6||Beate Liebich||East Germany||9 July 1980||Berlin|
|15||2:31.65||Olga Dvirna||Soviet Union||1 September 1982||Athens|
|16||2:31.66||Jolanda Batagelj||Slovenia||28 August 2002||Rovereto|
|17||2:31.74||Anita Weiß||East Germany||13 July 1980||Potsdam|
|18||2:31.77||Sigrun Wodars-Grau||East Germany||17 August 1990||Berlin|
|19||2:31.80||Regina Jacobs||United States||3 July 1999||Brunswick|
|20||2:31.85||Doina Melinte||Romania||17 August 1990||Berlin|
|21||2:31.93||Patricia Djaté-Taillard||France||25 August 1995||Brussels|
|22||2:31.95||Ulrike Bruns||East Germany||18 August 1978||Berlin|
|23||2:32.12||Halimah Nakaayi||Uganda||14 August 2020||Monaco|
|24||2:32.16 i||Yuliya Chizhenko-Fomenko||Russia||25 January 2006||Moscow|
|25||2:32.21 i||Oksana Zbrozhek||Russia||28 January 2007||Moscow|
Below is a list of other times equal or superior to 2:31.93:
1000 metres world record progression
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