Athletics at the 1990 Commonwealth Games – Women's heptathlon

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The women's heptathlon event at the 1990 Commonwealth Games was held on 27 and 28 January at the Mount Smart Stadium in Auckland. [1]

Heptathlon

A heptathlon is a track and field combined events contest made up of seven events. The name derives from the Greek hepta (seven) and ἄθλος. A competitor in a heptathlon is referred to as a heptathlete.

Athletics at the 1990 Commonwealth Games

At the 1990 Commonwealth Games, the athletics events were held at the Mount Smart Stadium in Auckland, New Zealand from 27 January to 3 February 1990. A total of 42 events were contested, 23 by male and 19 by female athletes.

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Mt Smart Stadium is a stadium in Auckland, New Zealand. It is the home ground of National Rugby League team, the New Zealand Warriors. Built within the quarried remnants of the Rarotonga / Mount Smart volcanic cone, it is located 10 kilometres south of the city centre, in the suburb of Penrose.

Results

  The highest mark recorded in each event is highlighted in yellow
RankAthleteNationality100m HHJSP200mLJJT800mPointsNotes
Jane Flemming Flag of Australia.svg  Australia 13.21 1.82 13.76 23.62 6.57 49.28 2:12.53 6695
Sharon Jaklofsky-Smith Flag of Australia.svg  Australia 13.54 1.76 13.16 24.58 6.42 39.94 2:19.34 6115
Judy Simpson Flag of England.svg  England 13.39 1.73 14.89 25.29 6.03 39.42 2:14.59 6085
Joanne Mulliner Flag of England.svg  England 14.00 1.76 13.38 24.85 6.02 36.25 2:12.10 5913
Joanne Henry Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand 14.53 1.76 11.04 25.10 6.20 37.40 2:12.64 5764
Jocelyn Millar-Cubit Flag of Australia.svg  Australia 13.97 1.73 10.94 24.52 6.24 34.04 2:15.30 5762
Catherine Bond Flag of Canada.svg  Canada 14.33 1.79 11.86 24.77 6.01 33.10 2:13.49 5760
Donna Smellie Flag of Canada.svg  Canada 14.02 1.70 13.15 25.23 5.69 43.54 2:32.76 5584
Cassandra Kelly Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand 13.99 1.67 10.66 25.29 5.71 24.88 2:17.45 5244
10 Lynda Osmers Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand 15.37 1.73 10.98 26.43 5.85 39.90 2:28.25 5222
11 Iammo Launa Flag of Papua New Guinea.svg  Papua New Guinea 15.45 1.46 12.25 25.74 5.22 49.30 2:45.80 4833
12 Marie Lourdes Allysamba Flag of Mauritius.svg  Mauritius 15.89 1.52 11.44 26.48 5.61 34.98 2:30.65 4740
13 Shona Urquhart Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland 14.94 1.64 11.12 26.30 5.33 40.32
14 Kim Hagger Flag of England.svg  England 13.61 1.73 11.59

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