1994 European Athletics Championships – Men's decathlon

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The men's decathlon competition at the 1994 European Athletics Championships in Helsinki, Finland, was held at Helsinki Olympic Stadium on 12 August and 13 August 1994. [1]

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Medalists

Gold Flag of France.svg Alain Blondel
France (FRA)
Silver Flag of Sweden.svg Henrik Dagård
Sweden (SWE)
Bronze Flag of Ukraine.svg Lev Lobodin
Ukraine (UKR)

Schedule

12 August
  1. 100 m
  2. Long jump
  3. Shot put
  4. High jump
  5. 400 m
13 August
  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)88915 September 1992 Flag of France.svg Talence, France
Event record Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Daley Thompson  (GBR)881128 August 1986 Flag of Germany.svg Stuttgart, West Germany

Results

RankAthleteDecathlonPoints
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Gold medal icon.svgFlag of France.svg  Alain Blondel  (FRA)11.127.5013.781.9948.9114.1845.085.4060.644:20.488453
Silver medal icon.svgFlag of Sweden.svg  Henrik Dagård  (SWE)10.697.4514.931.9346.7114.1544.364.8062.524:40.498362
Bronze medal icon.svgFlag of Ukraine.svg  Lev Lobodin  (UKR)10.867.3015.341.9948.7814.3145.505.0050.144:31.808201
4Flag of France.svg  Christian Plaziat  (FRA)11.057.6614.301.9649.0814.1842.804.8056.704:33.728127
5Flag of Germany.svg  Stefan Schmid  (GER)10.877.4313.491.9648.9914.7241.344.7064.884:26.518109
6Flag of Hungary.svg  Sándor Munkácsi  (HUN)11.147.6513.021.9348.3814.2442.004.7056.944:20.278071
7Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Tomáš Dvořák  (CZE)10.907.6914.552.0248.9414.2542.844.0059.544:29.698065
8Flag of Hungary.svg  Dezső Szabó  (HUN)11.027.3912.871.9348.6314.6840.385.2050.064:17.237995
9Flag of Ukraine.svg  Vitaliy Kolpakov  (UKR)11.257.3315.002.0549.1414.7947.144.6054.264:42.487987
10Flag of Estonia.svg  Erki Nool  (EST)10.737.8313.211.9648.2015.2736.445.2052.784:43.917953
11Flag of Estonia.svg  Andrei Nazarov  (EST)10.997.2213.142.0249.6514.3143.544.8054.024:42.107894
12Flag of Spain.svg  Francisco Javier Benet  (ESP)11.367.0712.781.8749.3414.4043.804.8063.284:31.347836
13Flag of Germany.svg  Dirk-Achim Pajonk  (GER)10.937.2314.011.9649.7215.0841.284.4052.284:22.687746
14Flag of Switzerland.svg  Philipp Huber  (SUI)11.237.0814.011.8748.2015.0740.744.7050.664:17.467725
15Flag of Finland.svg  Mikko Valle  (FIN)11.097.0411.821.9049.6715.2140.825.0067.804:53.757670
16Flag of Switzerland.svg  Mirko Spada  (SUI)11.446.9814.871.9049.8614.4944.024.5054.684:36.817669
17Flag of Finland.svg  Jarkko Finni  (FIN)10.997.2013.521.9651.4415.3840.044.7060.464:44.837623
18Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Marcel Dost  (NED)11.157.2612.901.8749.7914.9341.264.7051.824:38.607547
19Flag of Turkey.svg  Alper Kasapoğlu  (TUR)10.967.3512.821.9049.6714.8039.224.5049.764:37.967529
20Flag of Estonia.svg  Indrek Kaseorg  (EST)11.417.3813.252.0548.6614.3540.6462.364:20.797272
21Flag of Latvia.svg  Rojs Piziks  (LAT)11.756.6913.462.0253.6215.7842.584.4051.964:40.067118
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Rolf Schläfli  (SUI)11.096.7713.411.9947.7115.5240.42DNSDNF
Flag of Belarus (1918, 1991-1995).svg  Eduard Hämäläinen  (BLR)10.777.5415.702.0847.28DNFDNSDNF
Flag of France.svg  William Motti  (FRA)11.547.3215.652.11DNSDNF
Flag of Germany.svg  Thorsten Dauth  (GER)10.837.3014.711.96DNSDNF
Flag of Spain.svg  Antonio Peñalver  (ESP)11.217.3515.821.93DNSDNF
Flag of Iceland.svg  Jón Arnar Magnússon  (ISL)10.83X14.12DNSDNF
Flag of Spain.svg  Álvaro Burrell  (ESP)10.98
(w: 1.7 m/s)
NMDNSDNF

Participation

According to an unofficial count, 28 athletes from 15 countries participated in the event.

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References

  1. European Athletics Championships Zürich 2014 - STATISTICS HANDBOOK (PDF), European Athletics Association, pp. 460–470, retrieved 13 August 2014