1993 Hypo-Meeting

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The 19th edition of the annual Hypo-Meeting took place on May 29 and May 30, 1993 in Götzis, Austria. The track and field competition featured a decathlon (men) and a heptathlon (women) event.

The Hypo-Meeting is an annual athletics competition that takes place in the Mösle stadium in Götzis, Austria, held in the spring. The meeting is sponsored by the Hypo Landesbank Vorarlberg and began as a men's only contest in 1975 and a women's competition was added in 1981. In its history, a total of three world records have been set: 1980 and 1982 by Daley Thompson, and 2001 by Roman Šebrle.

This page contains an overview of the year 1993 in athletics.

Götzis Place in Vorarlberg, Austria

Götzis is a town in the western Austrian state of Vorarlberg in the district Feldkirch.

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Men's Decathlon

Schedule

May 29
  1. 100 m
  2. Long Jump
  3. Shot Put
  4. High Jump
  5. 400 m
May 30
  1. 110 m hurdles
  2. Discus Throw
  3. Pole Vault
  4. Javelin Throw
  5. 1,500 m

Records

World Record Flag of the United States.svg  Dan O'Brien  (USA)8891 September 5, 1992 Flag of France.svg Talence, France
Event Record Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Daley Thompson  (GBR)8730 May 23, 1982 Flag of Austria.svg Götzis, Austria

Results

RankAthleteDecathlonPoints
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1Flag of Belarus (1918, 1991-1995).svg  Eduard Hämäläinen  (BLR)10,747.6715.992.0847,4113,6545.204.8059.984.42,828604
2Flag of Germany.svg  Paul Meier  (GER)10,537.8615.412.0847,3614,3944.184.5060.524.44,428460
3Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Michael Smith  (CAN)10,877.7615.302.0548,2514,7246.804.6066.444.52,388362
4Flag of Austria.svg  Gernot Kellermayr  (AUT)10,477.6614.831.9647,5614,1242.505.0058.244.54,788320
5Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Robert Změlík  (CZE)10,757.6414.001.9948,9413,9842.484.9058.724.49,178188
6Flag of Ukraine.svg  Lev Lobodin  (UKR)10,827.4314.741.9948,6314,0543.044.9054.324.42,858156
7Flag of Ukraine.svg  Mikhail Medved  (UKR)11,167.1416.212.0249,9414,3850.824.9055.664.52,338146
8Flag of France.svg  Christian Plaziat  (FRA)10,857.3014.352.0848,6714,1844.724.6052.804.38,548107
9Flag of Germany.svg  Michael Kohnle  (GER)11,047.5314.741.9950,1914,3542.105.1059.185.04,608006
10Flag of Sweden.svg  Henrik Dagård  (SWE)10,837.0914.251.8448,0814,6943.344.8068.084.54,527965
11Flag of Finland.svg  Petri Keskitalo  (FIN)11,127.4714.971.9351,1514,7144.184.9068.725.08,157950
12Flag of Germany.svg  Thorsten Dauth  (GER)10,937.4615.892.0249,3114,7843.364.4049.464.52,047841
13Flag of France.svg  William Motti  (FRA)11,567.0015.022.1151,0815,3047.764.8064.545.07,097829
14Flag of France.svg  Christian Mandrou  (FRA)11,167.2712.951.9648,5914,7639.264.3062.324.33,087744
15Flag of Ukraine.svg  Viktor Radchenko  (UKR)11,776.9914.811.9951,9314,7242.985.0063.504.57,787691
16Flag of Austria.svg  Erwin Reiterer  (AUT)11,137.3515.152.0852,6314,5242.124.2065.105.18,377667
17Flag of France.svg  Sébastien Levicq  (FRA)11,346.8414.051.8751,3514,8237.365.0062.964.38,727595
18Flag of Germany.svg  Dirk-Achim Pajonk  (GER)10,907.1313.771.9348,6814,9037.804.4050.724.33,157594
19Flag of Switzerland.svg  Mirko Spada  (SUI)11,476.7114.351.9351,0214,4642.064.5056.284.40,217507
20Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Peter Soldos  (CZE)11,127.1613.632.0250,0715,8542.424.4049.625.02,487349
21Flag of Germany.svg  Norbert Lampe  (GER)10,997.0012.691.9050,6715,3140.884.3055.984.50,297314
22Flag of Austria.svg  Gerhard Röser  (AUT)11,187.0913.381.8449,7015,3741.324.0055.684.49,687242
23Flag of Austria.svg  Leonhard Hudec  (AUT)10,967.1211.501.9650,1714,8327.524.4058.184.55,017178
24Flag of Uzbekistan.svg  Ramil Ganiyev  (UZB)11,077.3914.102.0250,7214,7142.26NM50.664.52,976886

Women's Heptathlon

Schedule

May 29
  1. 100 m hurdles
  2. High Jump
  3. Shot Put
  4. 200 m
May 30
  1. Long Jump
  2. Javelin Throw
  3. 800 m

Records

World Record Flag of the United States.svg  Jackie Joyner-Kersee  (USA)7291 September 24, 1988 Flag of South Korea.svg Seoul, South Korea
Event Record Flag of Germany.svg  Sabine Braun  (GER)6985 May 31, 1992 Flag of Austria.svg Götzis, Austria

Notes

    See also

    These are the official results of the Men's Decathlon competition at the 1993 World Championships in Stuttgart, Germany. There were a total number of 25 participating athletes, including three non-finishers. The competition started on Thursday August 19, 1993, and ended on Friday August 20, 1993. The gold medal was won by Dan O'Brien of the United States with a score of 8891 points.

    These are the official results of the Women's Heptathlon competition at the 1993 World Championships in Stuttgart, Germany. There were a total number of 34 participating athletes, including ten non-finishers. The competition started on Monday August 16, 1993, and ended on Tuesday August 17, 1993.

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