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Šebrle will compete in European Indoor Championships (1)

Jan 19, 2005

The Olympic Decathlon champion Roman Sebrle, of the Czech Republic will compete in Madrid, the 28th European Indoor Championships (4 – 6 March 2005) after accepting an invitation from the European Athletic Association (EAA).

Each Combined Event in Madrid, Spain will have a participation of 15 athletes, with the EAA having invited the nine best qualified athletes according to the 2004 outdoor season ranking. They will also invite two athletes from Spain (one man and one woman) who will be selected by the Spanish federation.

The other five men and five women will be selected according to the 2005 indoor season ranking. The only limitation is that only two athletes per country are eligible to participate.

Here is the list of athletes who have so far confirmed their participation:

Roman Šebrle CZE
Chiel Warners NED
Erki Nool EST
Attila Zsivoczky HUN
Laurent Hernu FRA
Tomaš Dvorak CZE
Roland Schwarzl AUT
Aleksandr Pogorelov RUS
Eugene Martineau NED

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Illimar Pilk wrote on Sep 01, 2011
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