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Olympic Games Los Angeles 1984 (1)

Apr 05, 2008
P Athlete Nation Points Results By 1985
1 Daley Thompson GBR 8798 10,44 - 8.01 - 15.72 - 2.03 - 46,97 -
14,33 - 46.56 - 5.00 - 65.24 - 4.35,00
8847
2 Jürgen Hingsen FRG 8673 10,91 - 7.80 - 15.87 - 2.12 - 47,69 -
14,29 - 50.82 - 4.50 - 60.44 - 4.22,60
8695
3 Siegfried Wentz FRG 8412 10,99 - 7.11 - 15.87 - 2.09 - 47,78 -
14,35 - 46.60 - 4.50 - 67.68 - 4.33,96
8416
4 Guido Kratschmer FRG 8326 10,80 - 7.40 - 15.93 - 1.94 - 49,25 -
14,66 - 47.28 - 4.90 - 69.40 - 4.47,99
8357
5 William Motti FRA 8266 11,28 - 7.45 - 14.42 - 2.06 - 48,13 -
14,71 - 50.92 - 4.50 - 63.76 - 4.35,15
8278
6 John Crist USA 8130 11,33 - 6.98 - 14.05 - 2.06 - 48,45 -
15,01 - 46.18 - 4.80 - 61.88 - 4.23,78
8115
7 James Wooding USA 8091 11,04 - 7.01 - 13.90 - 1.97 - 47,62 -
14,57 - 47.38 - 4.60 - 57.20 - 4.28,31
8054
8 Dave Steen CAN 8047 11,20 - 7.41 - 12.57 - 2.03 - 48,09 -
15,39 - 44.04 - 4.80 - 56.92 - 4.17,70
8025
9 Georg Werthner AUT 8012 11,41 - 6.96 - 13.80 - 1.94 - 49,44 -
15,36 - 41.18 - 4.70 - 76.96 - 4.16,46
8028
10 Michele Rüfenacht SUI 7924 10,72 - 6.96 - 13.86 - 2.00 - 48,63 -
14,57 - 45.30 - 4.30 - 55.10 - 4.39,47
7855
11 Brad McStravick GBR 7890 10,92 - 6.82 - 13.38 - 1.94 - 48,68 -
15,01 - 45.54 - 4.30 - 61.54 - 4.25,15
7830
12 Timothy Bright USA 7862 11,22 - 6.75 - 13.80 - 2.00 - 48,87 -
14,52 - 41.72 - 5.40 - 53.66 - 4.49,27
7862
13 Patrick Vetterli SUI 7739 11,44 - 7.13 - 13.88 - 2.03 - 49,83 -
15,14 - 43.82 - 4.50 - 64.66 - 4.55,06
7716
14 Peter Hadfield AUS 7683 11,15 - 7.13 - 13.68 - 1.76 - 48,50 -
15,05 - 43.36 - 4.50 - 55.20 - 4.25,90
7633
15 Weng Kangqiang CHN 7662 11,28 - 7.30 - 12.45 - 1.88 - 50,52 -
15,21 - 38.74 - 4.60 - 69.72 - 4.34,10
7662
16 Guu Jin-Shoei TPE 7629 11,42 - 6.89 - 12.76 - 2.03 - 50,59 -
14,91 - 39.70 - 4.90 - 62.36 - 4.50,75
7614
17 Trond Skramstad NOR 7579 11,20 - 7.18 - 14.20 - 1.85 - 49,25 -
15,08 - 40.02 - 4.50 - 54.94 - 4.43,02
7522
18 Doug Fernandez VEN 7553 11,59 - 6.74 - 13.12 - 1.88 - 49,83 -
16,05 - 43.52 - 4.40 - 67.12 - 4.23,96
7505
19 Lee Foo-yen TPE 7541 10,98 - 7.00 - 13.02 - 2.03 - 49,67 -
15,49 - 37.10 - 4.50 - 54.96 - 4.45,87
7471
20 Colin Boreham GBR 7485 11,46 - 6.90 - 13.51 - 1.97 - 50,19 -
15,48 - 44.10 - 4.20 - 52.66 - 4.32,50
7400
21 Monassar Saleh QAT 6589 11,51 - 6.62 - 11.54 - 1.88 - 52,04 -
16,20 - 36.26 - 3.50 - 45.02 - 4.35,64
6477
22 Claudio Escauriza PAR 6546 11,66 - 6.51 - 14.10 - 1.82 - 53,06 -
17,51 - 47.76 - 4.00 - 64.16 - 0
6290
23 Fidel Solorzano ECU 6519 11,15 - 6.99 - 10.09 - 1.94 - 49,24 -
16,22 - 33.54 - 3.10 - 48.66 - 5.07,38
6439

Comments (1)

eierluke wrote on Jan 16, 2012
Though as a decathlon fan I always admired Daley accomplishments a lot, I (as a german native) rember having been a little disappointed, when Hingsen failed miserable in the polevault. For a few minutes until Daley under pressure set that phantastic 3rd discus throw, even the gold medal had been realistic ...
In hindsight I have to give that Hingson overall still put together a great decathlon in LA!
From a nitpicking point of view, I even ask myself whether Hingsen who ran the 1500m in 4:22,60 faster than Daley (4:35,00) and finished with 8673 pts(old table) above Jenners result from 1976 hasn't been the holder of the decathlon olympic record - if even for these short 12,40 seconds until Daley arrived?
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