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Bryan Clay sets personal decathlon record (3)

July 02, 2008

Bryan Clay put on an impressive display in the decathlon at the U.S. Olympic Trials in Eugene.

Clay made his second straight Olympics with a personal-record score of 8832 points. That marked the best score by an American in 16 years and beat Dan O'Brien's Olympic Trials record.

Trey Hardee and Tom Pappas also qualified in the event with 8534 and 8511 points.

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Travis wrote on July 08, 2008
8900 points in Olymipcs!
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Janek wrote on Aug 23, 2008
but "only" 8791 points
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Illimar Pilk wrote on Sep 01, 2011
He never win again
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