Records

As of 2020, the IHAA is formalising the keeping of records for the standard events run within IHAA competitions. It is possible to apply retrospecitvely with records achieved prior to 2020

There are certain preconditions that must be met in order for a score to be eligible to be recognised as a record:

- From 2021, it must be achieved at a "Record status event" - competition organisers may apply to the IHAA competitions committee for their competition to be recognised as such. Until this system is up and running then the score must be taken at a well organised, high level competition such as an Open International, a National Championships or a Regional Championships

- The scoring must be done on the www.ihaa.eu portal

- A copy of the scoresheet must be signed and dated by both the competitior and the Chief Judge of the competition, the judge must record that the track set-up and running of the competition was in accordance with IHAA rules, and this scoresheet should be emailed to the IHAA secretary

Raid 235                (click for more details & for regional records)
World Record:  Mihai Cozmei, 134.43
Junior WR:  Marcus Hjortsburg, 131.99
Raid 233                (click for more details & for regional records)
World Record:  Mihai Cozmei, 103.25
Junior WR:  Siem Budding, 102.84
Tower 90                (click for more details & for regional records)
World Record:  Mihai Cozmei, 154.83
Junior WR:  Siem Budding, 138.04
Tower 110                (click for more details & for regional records)
World Record:  
Junior WR:  
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