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1990 European Athletics Championships – Men's decathlon

Events at the 1990 European
Athletics Championships

Track events
100 m   men   women
200 m men women
400 m men women
800 m men women
1500 m men women
3000 m women
5000 m men
10,000 m men women
100 m hurdles women
110 m hurdles men
400 m hurdles men women
3000 m
steeplechase
men
4×100 m relay men women
4×400 m relay men women
Road events
Marathon men women
10 km walk women
20 km walk men
50 km walk men
Field events
Long jump men women
Triple jump men
High jump men women
Pole vault men
Shot put men women
Discus throw men women
Javelin throw men women
Hammer throw men
Combined events
Heptathlon women
Decathlon men

The men's decathlon competition at the 1990 European Athletics Championships in Split, Yugoslavia, was held at Stadion Poljud on 28 August and 29 August 1990.[1]

Medalists

Gold Christian Plaziat
France (FRA)
Silver Dezső Szabó
Hungary (HUN)
Bronze Christian Schenk
Germany (GER)

Schedule

Records

World record Daley Thompson (GBR) 8847[2] 9 August 1984 Los Angeles, United States
Event record Daley Thompson (GBR) 8811 28 August 1986 Stuttgart, West Germany

Results

  The highest mark recorded in each event is highlighted in yellow
Rank Name 100m LJ SP HJ 400m 110m H DT PV JT 1500m Points
Christian Plaziat (FRA) 10.72 7.77 14.19 2.10 47.10 13.98 44.36 5.00 54.72 4:27.83 8574
Dezső Szabó (HUN) 11.06 7.49 13.65 1.98 47.17 14.67 40.78 5.30 61.94 4:11.07 8436
Christian Schenk (GDR) 11.26 7.55 15.59 2.22 49.03 15.24 47.34 4.40 61.62 4:13.77 8433
4 Robert Změlík (TCH) 10.86 7.90 12.60 2.01 48.25 14.12 39.00 4.90 59.28 4:27.76 8249
5 Alain Blondel (FRA) 11.06 7.39 13.05 1.95 48.04 14.27 43.86 4.90 56.24 4:09.90 8216
6 Antonio Peñalver (ESP) 11.24 7.55 16.01 2.01 50.27 14.63 47.84 4.70 57.48 4:28.86 8214
7 Beat Gähwiler (SUI) 11.29 7.42 13.41 1.98 49.21 14.65 44.30 4.70 62.94 4:12.88 8146
8 Andrei Nazarov (EST) 11.04 7.43 13.07 2.13 48.09 14.56 41.82 4.60 56.56 4:33.88 8072
9 Henrik Dagård (SWE) 10.93 7.44 12.39 1.98 46.95 14.63 39.72 4.70 63.54 4:34.46 8052
10 Frank Müller (GDR) 11.00 7.32 13.92 1.98 47.98 14.64 41.46 4.40 59.78 4:29.29 7973
11 Michael Kohnle (FRG) 10.89 7.24 14.41 1.98 49.63 14.80 42.18 4.70 61.74 5:04.05 7829
12 Siegfried Wentz (FRG) 11.28 7.09 14.89 1.98 48.78 14.48 43.20 4.40 56.20 4:39.81 7810
13 Saša Karan (YUG) 11.29 7.07 13.53 1.92 49.13 14.90 44.70 4.40 56.10 4:17.60 7774
14 Gernot Kellermayr (AUT) 10.99 7.32 12.96 1.86 48.92 14.87 40.64 4.40 58.86 4:35.61 7666
15 Goran Kabić (YUG) 11.56 6.94 13.85 1.89 51.86 14.87 43.66 4.30 65.12 4:26.38 7584
16 Eugene Gilkes (GBR) 11.19 6.80 13.84 1.83 48.91 15.31 46.30 4.20 53.20 4:19.42 7555
17 Michael Arnold (AUT) 11.20 7.23 13.39 1.98 49.63 14.81 37.74 4.00 59.46 4:39.77 7515
18 Álvaro Burrell (ESP) 11.09 6.68 13.36 1.95 48.06 14.93 42.36 4.10 47.08 4:29.55 7443
19 Kaj Ekman (FIN) 11.20 6.52 12.35 1.95 49.10 14.86 40.84 4.00 56.80 4:22.36 7415
20 Alex Kruger (GBR) 11.49 6.85 13.48 2.07 50.35 15.39 40.30 4.30 52.74 4:43.77 7359
Mikhail Medved (URS) 11.14
(w: 0.0m/s)
7.39
(w: 1.2m/s)
15.61 2.01 49.42 14.42
(w: 0.7m/s)
48.58 NM DNF
Sándór Munkácsi (HUN) 11.17
(w: 0.0m/s)
6.83
(w: 1.4m/s)
12.13 1.95 49.40 14.69
(w: 0.7m/s)
39.34 NM DNF
Alper Kasapoğlu (TUR) 11.38
(w: 0.2m/s)
7.08
(w: 0.4m/s)
12.31 1.89 49.81 15.09
(w: 0.0m/s)
38.90 NM DNF
Sten Ekberg (SWE) 11.29
(w: 0.2m/s)
6.85
(w: 0.6m/s)
13.40 1.86 DNF
René Schmidheiny (SUI) 11.88
(w: 0.2m/s)
6.75
(w: 0.7m/s)
14.84 1.83 DNF
Robert de Wit (NED) 11.14
(w: 0.0m/s)
7.17
(w: 1.0m/s)
13.42 NH DNF
Aleksey Lyakh (URS) 11.57
(w: -0.2m/s)
NM 15.12 DNF
Thomas Halamoda (GDR) 11.12
(w: -0.2m/s)
NM DNF
Petri Keskitalo (FIN) 11.27
(w: -0.6m/s)
DNF

Participation

According to an unofficial count, 29 athletes from 15 countries participated in the event.

See also

References

  1. ^ European Athletics Championships Zürich 2014 - STATISTICS HANDBOOK, European Athletics Association, pp. 451–460, retrieved 13 August 2014 
  2. ^ Score according to the 1985 tables. Thompson's mark was not a world record in 1984, but when the 1985 tables came into use, his mark became the record. They were both given credit to the world record.
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