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Ashton Eaton won his third straight decathlon title (0)

June 12, 2010

Ashton Eaton misses collegiate record, but is first to win three straight decathlon titles.

He set a meet record while winning the decathlon for the third conscutive year at the NCAA outdoor track and field championships at Hayward Field in Eugene.

Eaton totaled a personal best 8457 points. Trey Hardee scored 8465 in 2006.

Final results:

1, Ashton Eaton, Oregon, 8,457 points.

2, Michael Morrison, California, 7,801.

3, Trinity Otto, Texas A&M, 7,724.

4, Lars Rise, Missouri, 7,671.

5, Nick Adcock, Missouri, 7,569.

6, Daniel Kinsey, Akron, 7,524.

7, Nick Trubachik, Portland State, 7,510.

8, Mateo Sossah, 7,509.

9, Philip Adam, Rice, 7,415.

10, Moritz Cleve, Kansas State, 7,360.

11, Daniel Keller, North Carolina, 7,350.

12, Wesley Bray, Houston, 7,285.

13, Kurt Felix, Boise State, 7,275.

14, Frank Shotwell, Michigan, 7,271.

15, Gray Horn, Florida, 7,262.

16, Dave Grzesiak, Wisconsin, 7,193.

17, Bjorn Johansson, Akron, 7,157.

18, Robert Robinson, Cal-State Northridge, 7,148.

19, Sean Smith, Connecticut, 7,061.

20, Miller Moss, Clemson, 6,936.

21, R.J. McGinnis, Minnesota, 6,650.

22, Marshall Ackley, Oregon, 5,883.

DNF, Jeremy Taiwo, Washington.

DNF, Cory Holman, Georgia.

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