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June 05, 2006

Roman Sebrle

Roman Sebrle showed this weekend that he had fully recovered from the mid-season injury which stopped him from training for some weeks and forced him to withdraw from Götzis last week after just four events. The reigning Olympic champion from Czech Republic notched up a Decathlon win at the Arles International meeting, which is part of the IAAF Combined Events Challenge 2006.

Sebrle won with a total score of 8333 points, with Finland’s Jaakko Ojaniemi second on 8111, ahead of last Chinese National Games winner Qi Haifeng (7977 points).

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