It has been quite some month in terms of world records being broken, but what are likely to be the safest global marks in the near future?
Olympic champion clears 6.16m to break Sergey Bubka’s 21-year-old mark in Donetsk
Jenn Suhr says fellow Olympic pole vault champion Renaud Lavillenie is capable of beating Sergey Bubka’s indoor mark
Pole vaulter Luke Cutts clears 5.83m in France while John Lane adds four points to previous British heptathlon best in Sheffield
GB 4x400m teams win Euro indoor gold during a controversial final session that sees giant vault by Renaud Lavillenie ruled out
Double Olympic champion storms to success at the Rock ‘n’ Roll Half Marathon, setting new British record in the process
Usain Bolt runs 19.66 in the 200m, Yohan Blake clocks 9.76 in the 100m, while David Rudisha is beaten and Robbie Grabarz takes one of the many Diamond League titles
Allyson Felix and Carmelita Jeter team up to obliterate the world 4x100m record that had stood for 27 years