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Bryan Clay won decathlon at Götzis Hypo Meeting (0)

May 29, 2006

Bryan Clay

Bryan Clay of the United States won the decathlon with a score of 8677, dominating the event after world record holder Roman Sebrle of the Czech Republic withdrew on Saturday with muscle trouble.

Dmitri Karpov of Kazakhstan was second with 8293 points, and Maurice Smith of Jamaica finished third with 8269 (the new Decathlon record of Jamaica).

Götzis 2006 - results

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