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Aug 12, 2006

World record holder Roman Šebrle encountered little difficulty in retaining his Decathlon title in Göteborg European Championships after tallying 8526 points, 170 points clear of Hungary’s Attila Zsivoczky.

Zsivoczky, the bronze medallist in the World championships last year, edged Russian Aleksey Drozdov by just six points, 8356 to the Russian’s 8350 personal best. Aleksandr Pogorelov was fourth (8245) with Germany’s Pacsal Behrenbruch fifth, tallying a personal best 8209.

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