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This is how you successfully find reconversion after your sports career
A little summary and interview how to find reversal after your sports career. Alexandre Folacci talks about his experience and gives recommendations.
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Bryan Clay: World's Greatest Athlete?
If Honolulu's Bryan Clay had all his personal-best marks in the same meet, he would break the world decathlon scoring record.
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Nathaniel Mechler - 3rd at the Pan American Juniors
Nathaniel sent me an e-mail and here is his message to all readers of Decathlon 2000.
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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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Yang Chuan-kwang
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Roman Šebrle: World’s Greatest Decathlete - Ever
How many ways can we say, “ Roman Šebrle of the Czech Republic is the world’s greatest performer ever in the century ‐old tradition of the decathlon? I can think of at least five: Šebrle’s uniqueness, longevity, consistency, …
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Alexandre Folacci: I wish I could have given back more to my sport!
An interview with Alexandre Folacci, Decathlon 7729 points. National Champion 2011 & 2013.
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From National Champion to the best personal trainer in NYC
Here is an interview with successful businessman Alex Folacci
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Interview with Colombian decathlon record holder José Gregorio Lemos
Interview with Colombian decathlon record holder José Gregorio Lemos (7913p, Barranquilla 2018)