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Bryan Clay won heptathlon at World Indoor Championships (0)

Mar 13, 2010

DOHA, Qatar — Olympic champion Bryan Clay has defended his World Indoor heptathlon title, beating fellow American Trey Hardee and Russia's Aleksey Drozdov. Clay takes gold with 6204 points - 20 more than Hardee. Drozdov was third with 6141 points.

Clay becomes first man in history to defend World Indoor heptathlon crown.

Doha 2010 - World Indoor Championships

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