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European Championships Glasgow 2019 - preview (0)

Feb 28, 2019

Timetable

Pentathlon Women

Friday March 01

60 m H

High Jump

Shot Put

Long Jump

800 m

VC (Saturday)

Local Time

 

10.05

10.45

13.15

19.04

21.15

13.06

 

Heptathlon Men

Saturday March 02

60 m

Long Jump

Shot Put

High Jump

Sunday March 03

60 m H

Pole Vault

1000 m

VC

 

 

10.10

12.05

18.02

19.50

 

10.06

11.15

19.37

20.46

 

Points Table: example

Event

 

60 m

(sec)

LJ (cm)

 

SP (m)

 

HJ (cm)

 

 

60 m H (sec)

 

PV (cm)

 

1000 m

(mn/sec)

500

 

8.21

 

559

 

10.24

 

165

(504)

 

10.22

 

357

 

3:17.90

600

 

7.86

 

606

 

11.89

 

177

(602)

 

9.69

 

394

 

3:06.76

700

 

7.54

 

651

 

13.53

 

188

(696)

 

9.21

 

429

 

2:56.44

800

 

7.24

 

-694

 

15.16

 

200

(803)

 

8.76

 

463

 

2:46.78

900

 

6.95

 

736

 

16.79

 

210

(896)

 

8.33

 

497

 

2:37.66

1000

 

6.68

 

776

 

18.40

 

221

(1002)

 

7.93

 

529

 

2:29.00

1100

 

6.42

 

815

 

20.00

 

231

(1101)

 

7.54

 

560

 

2:20.72

Closest to the multiples of 100; except for the high jump (see table). A minus-mark means minus 1point, example:60 meters ran in -7.24= 799 points instead of 800. A plus-mark means + 1point, example jumping +497 in the pole vault is equal to 901 points instead of 900.

Participants heptathlon men 2017

Name

1 Tim Duckworth

2 Ilya Shkurenyov

3 Vitaliy Zhuk

4 Martin Roe

 

1 Thomas van der Plaetsen

2 Jorge Urena

3 Janek Õiglane

4 Basile Rolnin

5 Fredrik Samuelsson

6 Andreas Bechmann

7 Jiri Sykora

8 Karl Robert Saluri

Pers.Best/Yr

6188/2018

6353/2015

5705/2019

5951/2018

 

6259/2014

6249/2017

6085/2019

6025/2019

6018/2019

6017/2019

6006/2019

6051/2017

Nat.   2018

GBR   8336

RUS   8321

BLR   8290

NOR  8228

Nat.   2019

BEL    6132

ESP   6124

EST   6085

FRA  6025

SWE 6018

GER  6017

CZE   6006

EST   5950

Birthd.

18 06 96

11 01 91

10 09 96

01 04 92

 

24 12 90

08 10 93

25 04 94

21 01 94

16 02 95

28 09 99

20 01 95

06 08 93

Personal Bests:

Name

1 Tim Duckworth

2 Ilya Shkurenyov

3 Vitaliy Zhuk

4 Martin Roe

 

1 Thomas van der Plaetsen

2 Jorge Urena

3 Janek Õiglane

4 Basile Rolnin

5 Fredrik Samuelsson

6 Andreas Bechmann

7 Jiri Sykora

8 Karl Robert Saluri

Day 1/Day 2

6.77  8.19  13.71  2.17/8.03  5.26  2:56.23

6.98  7.78  14.49  2.12/7.86  5.40  2:41.65

7.27  711  15.65  2.05/8.22  4.90  2:46.94

6.92  7.81  15.71  1.98/8.43  4.80  2:46.51

 

7.13  7.80  14.32  2.17/8.06  5.50  2:40.50

6.91  7.62  14.50  2.10/7.78  5.02  2:40.06

7.07  7.42  15.16  2.05/8.13  5.19  2:44.37

7.06  7.72  14.77  2.06/8.03  5.15  2:50.95

7.05  7.81  14.67  2.08/8.14  5.00  2:42.97

7.05  7.29  14.34  2.06/8.43  5.20  2:45.66

6.99  7.66  14.95  2.05/8.01  4.80  2:47.92

6.77  7.70  14.82  1.90/8.26  5.00  2:36.23

(all circumstances PB’s)

European Championships Records Heptathlon Men

60 m

Prodromos Korkizoglou

GRE

6.79

6128 Paris

1998

LJ

SP

HJ

 

Day 1

 

60  H

PV

1000

 

Day 2

 

Run

Jump

Mikk Pahapill

Tomas Dvorak

Sebastian Chmara

Attila Zsivoczky

Tomas Dvorak

 

Arthur Abele

Aleksandr Averbukh

Nadir El Fassi

 

Eelco Sintnicolaas

 

Arthur Abele

Mikk Pahapill

EST

CZE

POL

HUN

CZE

 

GER

RUS

FRA

 

NED

 

GER

EST

7.97

16.82

2.17

2.17

3665 p

 

7.67

5.60

2:34.19

 

2928 p

 

2895 p

2909 p

6362 Torino

6424 Gent

6415 Valencia

5957 Wien

6424 Gent

 

6279 Praha

6144 Valencia

6237 Paris

 

6372 Göteborg

 

6279 Praha

6362 Torino

2009

2000

2013

2002

2000

 

2015

1998

2011

 

2013

 

2015

2009

European Record indoor Heptathlon MEN

6479

Kevin Mayer

6.95  754  15.66  210

7.88  540  2:41.08

Belgrad

2017

 

World Record indoor Heptathlon MEN

6645

 

Ashton Eaton (USA)

6.79  816  14.56  203

7.68  520  2:32.77

Istanbul

2012

 

 

World records Heptathlon Men

60 m

LJ

SP

HJ

 

Day 1

 

60 m H

PV

 

1000 m

 

Day 2

 

Running

Jumping

Chris Huffins

Ashton Eaton

Aleksei Drozdov

Derek Drouin

 

Dan O’Brien

 

Ashton Eaton

Aleksandr Averbukh

Renaud Lavillenie

Curtis Beach

 

Ashton Eaton

 

Ashton Eaton

Dan O’Brien

6.61

8.16

17.17

2.30

 

3800 points

 

7.60

5.60

5.60

2:23.63

 

2991 points

 

3025 p

2917 p

6128

6645

6141

5817

 

6476

 

6568

6144

5363

6138

 

6645

 

6568

6476

1997 Paris

2012 Istanbul

2010 Doha

2013 Geneva

 

1993 Toronto

 

2011 Tallinn

1998 Valencia

2008 Aubière

2012 Nampa

 

2012 Istanbul

 

2011 Tallinn

1993 Toronto

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