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Decathlon total points based on personal best (21)

Aug 14, 2014
P Name Nation Points Personal Bests 1st day 2nd day
1 Dan O'Brien USA 9572 10,23 - 8.11 - 16.69 - 2.20 - 46,53 -
13,47 - 55.07 - 5.25 - 66.90 - 4.33,19
4997 4575
2 Ashton Eaton USA 9501 10,19 - 8.23 - 15.40 - 2.11 - 45,64
13,34 - 47.36 - 5.35 - 66.64 - 4.14,48
4916 4585
3 Michael Smith CAN 9362 10,70 - 7.76 - 18.03 - 2.14 - 47,05 -
14,24 - 52.90 - 5.20 - 71.22 - 4.20,04
4796 4566
4 Bryan Clay USA 9350 10,35 - 8.06 - 16.27 - 2.10 - 47,78 -
13,64 - 55.87 - 5.15 - 72.00 - 4.38,93
4771 4579
5 Roman Šebrle CZE 9328 10,64 - 8.11 - 16.47 - 2.15 - 47,76 -
13,68 - 49.46 - 5.20 - 71.18 - 4.21,98
4776 4552
6 Jürgen Hingsen FRG 9323 10,70 - 8.04 - 16.57 - 2.18 - 47,65 -
13,84 - 50.82 - 5.10 - 67.42 - 4.12,3
4785 4538
7 Daley Thompson GBR 9315 10,26 - 8.11 - 16.10 - 2.14 - 46,86 -
14,04 - 49.10 - 5.25 - 65.38 - 4.20,3
4877 4438
8 Tom Pappas USA 9280 10,63 - 7.96 - 17.26 - 2.21 - 47,58 -
13,90 - 52.21 - 5.20 - 66.56 - 4.35,14
4856 4424
9 Eduard Hämäläinen BLR 9278 10,50 - 7.67 - 16.74 - 2.15 - 46,71 -
13,57 - 52.20 - 5.30 - 61.88 - 4.22,5
4766 4512
10 Tomaš Dvorak CZE 9265 10,54 - 8.07 - 16.88 - 2.09 - 47,56 - 
13,61 - 50.28 - 5.00 - 72.32 - 4.27,63
4769 4496
11 Siegfried Wentz FRG 9250 10,60 - 7.63 - 16.80 - 2.12 - 47,38 -
13,76 - 51.90 - 4.90 - 75.08 - 4.19,78
4674 4576
12 Chris Huffins USA 9244 10,22 - 8.07 - 16.44 - 2.18 - 48,05 -
13,52 - 54.14 - 4.90 - 64.35 - 4.38,71
4879 4365
13 Erki Nool EST 9240 10,34 - 8.22 - 15.11 - 2.05 - 45,68 -
14,37 - 45.28 - 5.60 - 71.91 - 4.29,48
4773 4467
14 Dmitri Karpov KAZ 9230 10,50 - 8.05 - 16.95 - 2.12 - 46,81 -
13,93 - 52.80 - 5.30 - 60.31 - 4.32,34
4841 4389
15 Trey Hardee USA 9211 10,28 - 7.88 - 15.94 - 2.06 - 47,51 -
13,54 - 52.68 - 5.30 - 68.99 - 4.40,94
4698 4513
16 Christian Plaziat FRA 9199 10,44 - 7.90 - 15.86 - 2.20 - 47,10 -
13,86 - 49.08 - 5.20 - 63.02 - 4.23,49
4812 4387
17 Steve Fritz USA 9194 10,63 - 7.85 - 16.25 - 2.15 - 48,40 -
13,74 - 53.26 - 5.10 - 67.46 - 4.23,56
4668 4526
18 Jon Arnar Magnusson ISL 9192 10,2 - 8.01 - 16.61 - 2.07 - 46,49 -
13,91 - 51.30 - 5.20 - 65.06 - 4.32,23
4793 4399
19 Andrei Krauchanka BLR 9162 10,86 - 7.90 - 15.42 - 2.22 - 47,17 -
13,93 - 47.87 - 5.30 - 68.11 - 4.24,44
4705 4457
20 William Motti FRA 9141 10,96 - 7.63 - 16.96 - 2.22 - 48,01 -
14,57 - 52.46 - 5.00 - 74.04 - 4.23,59
4669 4472
21 Guido Kratschmer FRG 9136 10,54 - 7.84 - 17.13 - 2.03 - 47,64 -
13,6 - 52.04 - 4.90 - 69.40 - 4.21,21
4665 4471
22 Robert Zmelik CZE 9118 10,55 - 8.09 - 14.87 - 2.11 - 48,20 -
13,72 - 46.02 - 5.40 - 67.20 - 4.21,24
4634 4484
23 Uwe Freimuth GDR 9086 10,98 - 7.79 - 16.42 - 2.15 - 48,17 -
14,54 - 51.54 - 5.15 - 73.02 - 4.23,25
4594 4492
24 Torsten Voss GDR 9079 10,53 - 8.02 - 15.92 - 2.12 - 47,50 -
13,94 - 46.52 - 5.15 - 62.90 - 4.17,00
4728 4351
25 Frank Busemann GER 9071 10,59 - 8.07 - 15.24 - 2.10 - 48,32
13,45 - 46.70 - 5.10 - 66.96 - 4.20,08
4627 4444
26 Dave Johnson USA 9065 10,77 - 7.59 - 15.28 - 2.10 - 48,18 -
14,11 - 50.40 - 5.28 - 74.94 - 4.23,00
4472 4593
27 Leonel Suarez CUB 9050 10,6 - 7.52 - 15.20 - 2.17 - 47,65 -
14,12 - 47.32 - 5.00 - 77.47 - 4.16,70
4528 4522
28 Paul Meier GER 9035 10,53 - 7.95 - 16.75 - 2.15 - 47,36 -
14,39 - 48.76 - 4.90 - 67.78 - 4.32,05
4798 4237

Comments (21)

B.J. Parish wrote on Sep 25, 2010
wow is it just me or is dave johnson the only guy on this entire list with his second day prs adding up to be higher than his day 1 prs now that is crazy he really was a day 2 guy without doubt
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Janek Salmistu wrote on Sep 28, 2010
... and his 4593 points is highest 2nd day score at all.
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B.J. Parish wrote on Sep 28, 2010
who has higher score?
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Janek Salmistu wrote on Sep 28, 2010
Dave Johnson has higher 2nd day score ever!
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B.J. Parish wrote on Sep 28, 2010
yes he does and i keep looking at it and asking how is this possible? because none of his marks besides javelin look that extraordinary. but if you look all the way across his results with the javelin make it so high. most guys are great at just 4 not all 5 on day two he was great at all 5!
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eierluke wrote on Dec 03, 2010
First of all, a great statistical work has been done here, I really enjoy this stuff a lot!
I'd however suggest a small adaption: why not leave results out with more than 4m/s wind assist. In the top lists decathlon wind assisted results with more than 4m/s do not count regular. Why do they count here in this list?
Isn't the most interesting part of this list to see how much an athlete loses in his top decathlon result to his PB? And if so, why comparing (way) irregular results with regular results. Especially long jump from Daley Thompson and 110 m Hurdles from Roman Sebrle caught my attention. How much weight does it have to compare a result as a part of a regular decathlon to a result under conditions where the wind has blown with more than 6m/s?
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eierluke wrote on Dec 03, 2010
Correction, my fault, when Sebrle ran the 110 m hurdles in 13,68 s, the wind was just 2,6 m/s.
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parkerclay wrote on Apr 19, 2011
My question - how much farther will the active decathletes move up? I see Clay moving to #2. I can see Eaton and Hardee cracking top 10 in a few years. Maybe by 2012. They both could make #5 one day. Sebrle could pass Smith; Clay doubtful. Krauch should make top 20 one day - maybe higher. Karpov has a chance at top 10. Smith and Suarez both should be close to 9000.
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B.J. Parish wrote on Apr 19, 2011
I think sebrle can not pass smith because he has not had a personal best since 2007 in javelin i think and at his age to pr in something would be amazing, that being said i dont want to underestimate him. maybe he could pr in disc or javelin...shot?
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ChrisB wrote on Apr 19, 2011
At the comparable age of 23, ashton has more than Roman Tomas or Dan!
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B.J. Parish wrote on Apr 19, 2011
wow that is very interesting i think he has so much more potential in obviously all of the throws that is where he will gain many more points, but he also has points to gain in long jump and high jump in my opinion.
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eierluke wrote on Nov 26, 2011
You do have Trey Hardee with 2,05 high jump in this list and with 2,06 on his personal profile (the total of 9193 pts however is the same on both pages)
Greetings, Sven
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eierluke wrote on Nov 26, 2011
Krauchanka 100m should be there with 10,86s (10,89)
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JOAQUÍN CARMONA TORRE wrote on Feb 26, 2012
18 Ashton Eaton USA 9181
10,19 - 8.06 - 14.74 - 2.11 - 46,28
13,35 - 47.36 - 5.26 - 57.23 - 4.20,56
4799 4382
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JOAQUÍN CARMONA TORRE wrote on Mar 09, 2012
14 Ashton Eaton USA 9207
10,19 - 8.16 - 14.74 - 2.11 - 46,28
13,35 - 47.36 - 5.26 - 57.23 - 4.20,56
4825 4382
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JOAQUÍN CARMONA TORRE wrote on Mar 11, 2012
14 Ashton Eaton USA 9207
10,19 - 8.16 - 14.74 - 2.11 - 46,28
13,35 - 47.36 - 5.26 - 57.23 - 4.18,94 (corrected)
4825 4382
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eierluke wrote on Mar 14, 2012
Dan O'Brien still is the overall benchmark in terms of Decathlon total points based on personal best by 200+ points. In a virtual one on one match up 24 of the listed guys would win 3 or less field events against him, Motti would win 4 and Nool 5.
But with his 8,16m Ashton Eaton now has surpassed O'Brien in the long jump.
This makes him the only guy on this list who virtually could beat O'Brien one on one; he now has better marks in 6 of the 10 events!
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JOAQUÍN CARMONA TORRE wrote on Apr 03, 2012
13 Ashton Eaton USA 9238 10,19 - 8.16 - 14.74 - 2.11 - 45,68 - 13,35 - 47.36 - 5.26 - 57.23 - 4.18,94 4856 4382
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parkerclay wrote on Apr 07, 2012
How about a separate list for the all-time greats? i.e. Thorpe, Holdorf, Yrjola, Lipp, Morris, Mathias, Johnson, Campbell, Avilov, Jenner. It would be interesting to see all their bests.
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kubi wrote on Apr 30, 2012
Ashton Eaton javelin throw at Payton Jordan 60.26m 197-08
PB score 9284 now #7 on PB list.
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Legna wrote on June 24, 2012
ashton has 45 and something in 400m...
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