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Decathlon points calculator (7)

Nov 02, 2010

Muti events calculators in Excel
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Men’s decathlon points calculator
Men’s heptathlon points calculator
Women’s heptathlon points calculator
Women’s pentathlon points calculator
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Points
100 m: s
0
Long Jump: m cm 0
Shot Put: m 0
High Jump: m cm 0
400 m: min s
0
Total points for 1. day: 0
110 m hurdles: s
0
Discus Throw: m 0
Pole Vault: m cm 0
Javelin Throw: m 0
1500 m: min s 0
Total points for 2. day: 0
Total: 0

Comments (7)

Tooley wrote on Nov 21, 2006
The calculator is great. It's awesome to see what total a set of imagined marks would score.
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Phil Mennell wrote on Mar 08, 2008
Fantastic! I have waited a long time for such a calculator!
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Phil Mennell wrote on Mar 08, 2008
Assuming a result of 10.95, 6.50, 20.20, 2.00, 53.00, 15.50, 68.00, 4.40, 77.00, 5.00.0 for "Multiple" Mac Wilkens, greatest all round thrower of all time (in my opinion - PB's approx 71 m DT , 21 m SP & 78 m JT) he would score 8496: with training, say three years 1978 to 1980, I reckon he could have.
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B.J. Parish wrote on Apr 10, 2008
Assuming that Mac did train good enough to run that fast in the running events and jump that well in the jumping events then his throws would suffer and he would not be able to perform like that. however i think it is very cool to be bale to look at it like that and be able to estimate what you think some other athletes would score.
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Theo Danes wrote on Feb 27, 2012
I wonder why the jumping events have a separate frame to enter the centimeters while the throwing events haven't.
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JOAQUÍN CARMONA TORRE wrote on Feb 27, 2012
Greetings Theo:

I think it's because almost all the jumps begin with the same number, 6 or 7 in the long jump, 1 or 2 in the high jump etc ... and it is easier when you have to do multiple queries.
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Theo Danes wrote on Feb 27, 2012
Ah yeah, you've got a point there. Thanx!
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