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Chris Anderson (born April 6, 1968) is a retired Australian high jumper. He competed at the 1995 World Championships and the 1996 Olympic Games without reaching the final.

His personal best jump is 2.28 metres, achieved in December 1994 in Perth.

 1930: Charles Spicer  •  1932: Jim Watson  •  1934 – 1937: Dudleigh Shetliffe  •  1947 – 1948: John Winter  •  1949: Peter Mullins  •  1950: John Winter  •  1951: Georges Damitio (FRA)  •  1952: Merv Peter  •  1953 – 1954: John Vernon  •  1955 – 1961: Charles "Chilla" Porter  •  1962: Percy Hobson  •  1963 – 1964: Tony Sneazwell  •  1965 – 1967: Lawrence Peckham  •  1968: Tony Sneazwell  •  1969 – 1975: Lawrence Peckham  •  1976 – 1978: Gordon Windeyer  •  1979: Michael Dick  •  1980: David Morrow  •  1981: David Hoyle  •  1982: Larry Sayers  •  1983: Mark Barratt  •  1984: John Atkinson  •  1985: Michael Allen  •  1986: Lee Balkin (USA)  •  1987: Marc Howard  •  1988: David Anderson  •  1989: Ian Garrett  •  1990: David Anderson  •  1991 – 1994: Tim Forsyth  •  1995: Ian Garrett  •  1996: Chris Anderson  •  1997 – 1998: Tim Forsyth  •  1999: Ron Garlett  •  2000 – 2002: Nick Moroney  •  2003: Joshua Lodge  •  2004 – 2006: Nick Moroney  •  2007: Liam Zamel-Paez  •  2008: Cal Pearce  •  2009: Liam Zamel-Paez

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