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Tomaš Dvorak
Tomaš Dvorak is triple Decathlon World Champion (1997, 1999, 2001) and a former World Record holder (8994 points scored in Prague 1999).
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Tom Pappas
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Steve Fritz
Steve Fritz missed an Olympic medal by 20 points in Atlanta (1996). He had finished the best competition of his life, scoring 8644 points. That got him 4th place.
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Stefan Schmid
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Simon Poelman
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Aleksandr Yurkov
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Sebastian Chmara
Sebastian Chmara is a former decathlete from Poland who became World indoor champion in 1999 and European indoor champion in 1998.
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Roman Šebrle
Roman Šebrle became the first decathlete ever to achieve over 9000 points, setting the World Record at 9026 points (Götzis 2001), succeeding his compatriot, Tomaš Dvorak, who had scored 8994 points two years earlier (Prague 1999).
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Robert Zmelik
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Robert de Wit
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Ramil Ganiyev
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Michael Smith
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Lev Lobodin
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Jon Arnar Magnusson
Jon Arnar Magnusson is the Icelandic record holder at 100m, 200m, 110m hurdles, long jump and decathlon. He has won silver and bronze medals at World Indoor Championships.
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Indrek Kaseorg
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Henrik Dagård
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Erki Nool
In 1997, Estonian sports enthusiasts founded the Erki Nool Fan Club, and about 200 members of this group accompany him to the various international competitions in which he participates.
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Dmitri Karpov
Dmitri Karpov won an Olympic bronze medal at the Athens Olympic Games (2004).
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