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Evolution of the world records for Multi events 1911 – 2015 (0)

Jan 27, 2015

Multievents in the 21th century. Part IV

Evolution of the world records



Pentathlon outdoors
Heptathlon
Decathlon
Icosathlon
Multi events 1914 - 2015



Pentathlon indoors





Athlete
Nat.
Venue
Date
Year



Ashton Eaton USA Eugene 23/06/ 2012 9039
Ashton Eaton USA Istanbul 10/03/ 2012
6645

Ashton Eaton USA Tallin 06/02/ 2011
6568

Joe Detmer USA Lynchburg 25/09/ 2010


14571
Ashton Eaton USA Fayetteville 13/03/ 2010
6499

Kip Janvrin USA Turku 08/09/ 2002


14185
Roman Sebrle CZE Götzis 27/05/ 2001

9026
Tomas Dvorak CZE Praha 04/07/ 1999

8994
Dan O'Brien USA Toronto 11/03/ 1993
6476

Indrek Kaseorg EST Punkalaidun 13/09/ 1992


13906
Dan O'Brien USA Talence 04/09/ 1992

8891
Christian Plaziat FRA Genova 29/02/ 1992
6418

Dan O'Brien USA Moscow ID 28/02/ 1992 4497


Christian Plaziat FRA Nogent-sur-Oise 02/02/ 1992
6289
Indrek Kaseorg EST Punkalaidun 22/09/ 1991


13763
Christian Plaziat FRA Toronto 25/02/ 1990 4440


Christian Plaziat FRA Nogent-sur-Oise 11/02/ 1990
6273

Aivar Ojastu EST Helsinki 09/10/ 1989


13332
Raivo Mägi EST Helsinki 09/10/ 1989


12725
Christian Plaziat FRA Vittel 12/02/ 1989
6241

Mika Ruuskanen FIN Espoo 11/09/ 1988


12158
Siegfried Wentz GER Dortmund 15/02/ 1986
6163

Timo Puntala FIN Helsinki 22/09/ 1985


12062
Torsten Voss GER Senftenberg 27/01/ 1985 6283 OT
Juha Flinck FIN Helsinki 23/09/ 1984


11589
Daley Thompson GBR Los Angeles 09/08/ 1984

8847
Jürgen Hingsen GER Mannheim 09/06/ 1984

8832
Torsten Voss GER Senftenberg 07/01/ 1984
6179 OT

Juha Flinck FIN Helsinki 25/09/ 1983


11471
Jürgen Hingsen GER Bernhausen 05/06/ 1983

8825
Asser Pettinen FIN Helsinki 26/09/ 1983


11217
Nils Blomqvist FIN Helsinki 26/09/ 1983


9607
Daley Thompson GBR Athinai 08/09/ 1982

8774
Jürgen Hingsen GER Ulm 15/08/ 1982

8741
Daley Thompson GBR Götzis 23/05/ 1982

8730
Aleksandr Nevski UKR Gomel 20/02/ 1982
6144

Kari Aro FIN Helsinki 27/09/ 1981


9468
Mikael Forsman FIN Helsinki 27/09/ 1981


9467
Guido Kratschmer GER Bernhausen 14/06/ 1980

8667

Daley Thompson GBR Götzis 18/05/ 1980

8648

Aleksandr Nevski UKR Leningrad 02/03/ 1980
6013


Viktor Gruzenkin RUS Ordzhonikidze 03/06/ 1979
5934


Guido Kratschmer GER Berlin 29/01/ 1978
5860


Bruce Jenner USA Montréal 30/07/ 1976

8634

Guido Kratschmer GER Berlin 01/02/ 1976
5724


Nikolai Avilov UKR München 08/09/ 1972

8466

Eberhard Stroot GER Mainz 04/03/ 1972
5716


Herbert Swoboda GER Mainz 06/03/ 1971
5563


Hans-Joachim Walde GER Mainz 07/03/ 1970

5429


Bill Toomey USA Los Angeles 11/12/ 1969



8309

Bill Toomey USA London 16/08/ 1969 4282




Rein Aun EST Tartu 18/07/ 1968 4272




Kurt Bendlin GER Heidelberg 14/05/ 1967



8235

Russell Hodge USA Los Angeles 24/07/ 1966



8120

Bill Toomey USA Los Angeles 24/07/ 1966



8082

Bill Toomey USA Salina 03/07/ 1966



(8096)

Kurt Bendlin USA Bonn 31/07/ 1965 4230




Yang Chuan-kwang TPE Walnut 28/04/ 1963



8010

Phil Mulkey USA Memphis 17/06/ 1961



(8050)

Rafer Johnson USA Eugene 09/07/ 1960



7982

Vasili Kuznetsov RUS Torino 03/09/ 1959 4051




Vasili Kuznetsov RUS Moskva 17/05/ 1959



7839

Rafer Johnson USA Moskva 28/07/ 1958



7789

Vasili Kuznetsov URS Krasnodar 18/05/ 1958



7653

Vasili Kuznetsov RUS Nalchik 22/04/ 1958 4010




Milt Campbell USA Melbourne 30/11/ 1956



7614e

Vasili Kuznetsov RUS Kiev 21/05/ 1956 3913




Rafer Johnson USA Kingsburg 11/06/ 1955



7608

Bob Mathias USA Helsinki 26/07/ 1952



7592

Bob Mathias USA Tulare 02/07/ 1952



7543

Bob Mathias USA Tulare 30/06/ 1950



7287

Fritz Müller GER Wien 24/08/ 1939 3863




Fritz Müller GER Colombes 24/08/ 1937 3841




Glenn Morris USA Berlin 08/08/ 1936



7254

Glenn Morris USA Milwaukee 27/06/ 1936



7210

Robert Clark USA Eureka 06/06/ 1936 3673




Gerhard Stöck GER Budapest 17/08/ 1935 3639




Hans-Heinrich Sievert GER Hamburg 08/07/ 1934



7147

Hans-Heinrich Sievert GER Torino 09/09/ 1933 3565




Akilles Järvinen FIN Los Angeles 06/08/ 1932



6879

James Bausch USA Los Angeles 06/08/ 1932



6736

Martti Tolamo FIN Tampere 17/08/ 1930 3558




Martti Tolamo FIN Darmstadt 09/08/ 1930 3542




Akilles Järvinen FIN Viipuri 20/07/ 1930



6865

Paavo Yrjölä FIN Aalborg 10/07/ 1930



6700

Akilles Järvinen FIN Amsterdam 04/08/ 1928



6645

Bertil Fastén SWE Uppsala 02/10/ 1927 3464




Robert LeGendre USA Philadelphia 29/04/ 1922 3428




Eero Lehtonen FIN Antwerpen 16/08/ 1920 3383




Evert Nilsson SWE Stockholm 18/07/ 1920 3374




Jim Thorpe USA Stockholm 15/07/ 1912



6594

Jim Thorpe USA Stockholm 07/07/ 1912 3371




James Austin Menaul USA Evanston 24/05/ 1912



5867

Jim Thorpe USA New York 18/05/ 1912 3098




Hugo Wieslander SWE Göteborg 15/10/ 1911




5386















Only recognized as world record because of Thorpe's disqualification (but not better results): Thorpe was rehabilitated


















Paavo Yrjölä FIN Helsinki 04/08/ 1928




6587

Paavo Yrjölä FIN Helsinki 17/07/ 1927




6586

Harold Osborn USA Paris 11/07/ 1924




6476

Elemer Somfray HUN Budapest 20/10/ 1923




6247

Harold Osborn USA Chicago 03/09/ 1923




6247

Aleksander Klumberg EST Helsinki 17/09/ 1922




6087

Bertil Olssen SWE Stochholm 04/07/ 1920




6075

Helge Lövland NOR Oslo (Kristiania) 20/07/ 1919




6033

Waldemar Wickholm FIN Malmö 09/07/ 1914



5969

Hugo Wieslander SWE Stockholm 15/07/ 1912




5965





























NB! New or latest scoring tables.











Note:

OT = Oversized Track (Torsten Voss 6179/1984 and 6283/1985)

Between Brackets:

(8050) Phil Mulkey. The story is that it was never ratified as official because “pacers” helped him in the running events. Do you have questions? We have them too! The decathlon was watched by 40 spectators and Mulkey was so exhausted after the 1500 that he was unable to walk for 30 minutes. His pulse rate: 210 (normal rate 42!).

(8096) Bill Toomey. Disallowed “due to doubts ‘relating to wind levels’ in long jump and hurdles”. Zarnowsky calls it “meet management irregularities”.

Janek Salmistu and Chris Vlamynck for Decathlon 2000

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