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Kazakstan decathlon all-time list (2)

June 15, 2009
P Decathlete Points Results
1. Dmitri Karpov
Athens 24.08.2004
8725 10,50 - 7.81 - 15.93 - 2.09 - 46,81 -
13,97 - 51.65 - 4.60 - 55.54 - 4.38,11
2. Yevgeni Ovsyannikov
Tashkent 19.09.86
8114 11,11 - 7.54 - 14.13 - 2.11 - 49,68 -
14,82 - 47.12 - 4.80 - 48.10 - 4.26,17
3. Igor Pupchonok
Tashkent 04.09.88
8022 11,35 - 7.39 - 15.37 - 2.08 - 50,35 -
14,98 - 44.44 - 4.50 - 61.34 - 4.34,45
4. Nikolai Reka
Tashkent 19.09.86
7920 11,30 - 6.94 - 13.48 - 1.93 - 48,66 -
14,63 - 45.28 - 4.90 - 54.22 - 4.19,72
5. Nikolai Tokarev
Alma-Ata 29.05.83
7851 10,7 - 7.44 - 15.88 - 1.93 - 49,8 -
14,6 - 46.34 - 4.20 - 61.80 - 5.00,8
6. Pavel Dubitski
Daegu 29.08.2003
7693 11,15 - 7.27 - 12.69 - 2.13 - 51,18 -
15,04 - 41.84 - 4.80 - 52.69 - 4.48,14
7. Yevgeni Mikeyev
Alma-Ata 16.05.82
7663 11,1 - 6.75 - 15.30 - 1.91 - 51,3 -
14,8 - 48.54 - 4.00 - 65.42 - 4.33,8
8. Andrei Zhurikov
Alma-Ata 13.09.85
7644 11,0 - 7.16 - 13.76 - 1.95 - 50,1 -
15,22 - 42.68 - 4.80 - 53.62 - 4.40,82
9. Ivan Yarkin
Almaty 15.07.2000
7612 11,82 - 6.86 - 14.80 - 2.07 - 52,44 -
14,83 - 44.98 - 4.60 - 60.69 - 4.49,99
10. Yevgeni Filchukov
Alma-Ata 18.06.79
7581 11,7 - 6.95 - 15.50 - 1.92 - 51,5 -
15,3 - 46.08 - 4.40 - 65.26 - 4.36,6
11. Aleksandr Tikhovski
Frunze 28.10.74
7579 11,1 - 7.10 - 13.82 - 1.86 - 50,8 -
15,1 - 45.06 - 4.00 - 65.76 - 4.26,5
12. Sergei II Alekseyev
Alma-Ata 16.05.82
7548 11,0 - 6.98 - 13.37 - 1.97 - 49,5 -
15,5 - 42.30 - 4.50 - 55.00 - 4.31,0

Comments (2)

BAZZANI wrote on Oct 09, 2010
Hamalainen 7891 Kyiv 19890820 was under Kazakstan according Hubbeling in his Asian Athletics book 2000 . It's right ?
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Janek Salmistu wrote on Oct 11, 2010
You’ve got it right, he started out under Kazakhstan indeed. But the problem is that I’ve got no idea when he began competing for Belorussia. It’s certain that in 1987 he wasn’t competing for Belorussia yet. But after that year things get more complicated and I really don’t know what to think.

As for the competition you mentioned, then Eduard Hämäläinen couldn’t have competed for Kazakhstan at that meeting because it was a match between the Soviet Union and the UK. In the lists of the Soviet Union (compiled by Ants Teder), he represents the army, the town Karaganda. So, from one point of view one could actually add his scores of 1989 to the lists of Kazakhstan.

However, in 1991 he was definitely a European already
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