Athletics at the 1990 Commonwealth Games – Men's decathlon

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The men's decathlon event at the 1990 Commonwealth Games was held on 28 and 29 January at the Mount Smart Stadium in Auckland. [1]


  The highest mark recorded in each event is highlighted in yellow
RankAthleteNationality100mLJSPHJ400m110m HDTPVJT1500mPointsNotes
Gold medal icon.svg Mike Smith Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 10.857.5214.622.0547.7714.3447.564.7064.184:24.068525
Silver medal icon.svg Simon Poelman Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand 10.977.6215.642.0551.1314.4544.724.6057.364:26.598207
Bronze medal icon.svg Eugene Gilkes Flag of England.svg  England 11.017.0814.191.8747.6414.92w44.934.2044.864:17.967705
4 Alex Kruger Flag of England.svg  England 11.297.2013.422.1149.9015.2239.284.2055.564:26.807663
5 Chris Bradshaw Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia 11.447.1312.141.9649.7715.30w37.204.5052.944:26.077402
6 Richard Hesketh Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 11.326.8612.821.9649.5315.70w36.564.5048.144:27.747274
7 Gareth Peet Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 11.406.7313.041.8751.2214.9739.524.4051.524:28.457245
8 Duncan Mathieson Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland 11.237.2912.311.9349.4715.20w36.723.6054.184:50.477149
9 Stuart Andrews Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia 11.207.0612.331.8750.4815.8338.324.5053.544:53.657134
10 Peter Henry Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand 11.287.0512.951.9351.3815.2939.404.0051.264:53.307071
11 Terry Lomax Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand 11.506.8111.362.0551.7615.1738.624.0047.324:45.246955
12 Ferdinand Nongkas Flag of Papua New Guinea.svg  Papua New Guinea 11.206.5810.971.7851.8016.41w29.422.5050.105:15.065869
13 Homelo Vi Flag of Tonga.svg  Tonga 11.11NM11.361.9050.6015.07w34.583.6043.585:01.055858
Mark Bishop Flag of England.svg  England 11.256.7211.311.8749.0015.2335.34DNSDNF
Dean Smith Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia 10.967.4813.721.84DNSDNF

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