World Chamionships, Helsinki, Finland - 2005 USA Outdoor champion and 2004 Olympic silver medalist Bryan Clay delivered an amazing performance in atrocious conditions to win the men's decathlon gold medal with a world-leading total of 8732 points.
Clay won by a 211-point margin over reigning Olympic champion Roman Šebrle (CZE). His performance is the largest point differential between first and second places at this event since former world record holder Dan O'Brien won gold in 1995 with a victory margin of 206 points.
Attila Zsivoczky (HUN) edged Andre Niklaus (GER) by 69 points — 8385-to-8316 — for third place.
Helsinki 2005 - results