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Marita koch 400 meter dash record timed history?

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Marita Koch currently holds the women's world record in the 400 meter dash at 47.60 seconds set in 1985. She set the world record seven times and broke her own world record five times. Marita Koch's world record times: 1) 49.19 seconds - broke the existing world record of Irena Szewinska (49.28 seconds) on July 2, 1978.

2) 49.03 seconds - broke her own world record on August 19, 1978.

3) 48.94 seconds - broke her own world record on August 31, 1978.

4) 48.89 seconds - broke her own world record on August 4, 1979.

5) 48.60 seconds - broke her own world record on August 29, 1979.

6) 48.16 seconds - broke her own world record on September 8, 1982.

7) 47.60 seconds - broke the existing world record of Jarmila Kratochvilova (47.99 seconds) on October 6, 1985.

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