1996 Hypo-Meeting

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The 22nd edition of the annual Hypo-Meeting took place on May 25 and May 26, 1996 in Götzis, Austria. The track and field competition featured a men's decathlon and a women's heptathlon. It was the last big test before the start of the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia.

Men's decathlon[edit]

Schedule[edit]

Records[edit]

World Record  Dan O'Brien (USA) 8891 September 5, 1992 France Talence, France
Event Record  Eduard Hämäläinen (BLR) 8735 May 29, 1994 Austria Götzis, Austria


Results[edit]

Rank Athlete Decathlon Points
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1  Michael Smith (CAN) 11,23 7.72 16.94 1.97 48,69 14,77 52.90 4.90 71.22 4.41,95 8626
2  Tomáš Dvořák (CZE) 10,75 7.74 16.05 1.97 48,40 13,91 40.16 4.80 66.02 4.32,47 8492
3  Erki Nool (EST) 10,77 7.88 14.18 1.97 47,37 15,03 40.72 5.50 63.64 4.42,39 8447
4  Lev Lobodin (UKR) 10,85 7.14 15.59 1.97 48,39 14,34 46.24 5.10 58.02 4.35,34 8315
5  Frank Busemann (GER) 10,90 7.73 13.84 2.00 49,81 13,55 40.64 4.80 60.78 4.35,67 8238
6  Vitaliy Kolpakov (UKR) 10,98 7.46 15.05 2.00 49,19 14,57 50.84 4.70 54.86 4.45,27 8155
7  Frank Müller (GER) 10,92 7.11 14.49 1.97 49,55 14,91 47.26 5.00 62.26 4.39,55 8125
8  Dirk-Achim Pajonk (GER) 10,78 7.47 14.78 1.94 48,01 14,76 43.80 4.50 55.84 4.26,30 8096
9  Klaus Isekenmeier (GER) 11,13 7.62 15.44 1.91 49,25 14,79 44.94 4.50 64.46 4.36,91 8092
10  Thorsten Dauth (GER) 10,75 7.21 16.00 1.97 49,23 14,57 50.92 4.40 56.34 4.55,87 8048
11  Kamil Damašek (CZE) 11,19 6.99 14.18 1.97 47,46 15,01 43.34 4.70 54.46 4.16,44 7971
12  Zsolt Kürtösi (HUN) 11,08 7.21 14.53 2.06 50,55 14,52 43.80 4.70 57.88 4.40,84 7966
13  Eugenio Balanqué (CUB) 11,01 6.71 14.38 2.00 48,44 14,60 43.16 4.60 61.94 4.37,10 7931
14  Sebastian Chmara (POL) 11,39 7.41 13.79 1.94 49,33 14,95 43.62 5.10 52.56 4.26,32 7930
15  Jiří Ryba (CZE) 11,07 7.21 14.05 2.03 49,25 14,67 37.08 4.60 51.38 4.15,91 7854
16  Mike Maczey (GER) 11,25 7.42 14.63 1.97 51,06 14,73 41,18 4.60 59.64 4.38,60 7812
17  Raúl Duany (CUB) 11,46 718 12.31 2.06 49,78 14,80 41.06 4.30 61.86 4.26,78 7721
18  Robert Wärff (SWE) 11,19 7.31 15.56 1.91 50,22 14,71 45.94 4.40 53.80 5.06,28 7629
19  Simon Shirley (AUS) 11,25 7.19 14.34 1.91 49,89 15,41 40.86 4.70 62.92 4.57,68 7614
20  Pierre Faber (RSA) 11,27 6.92 15.94 2.06 50,69 15,88 46.54 4.30 55.46 4.56,90 7581
21  Dmitri Sukhomazov (BLR) 11,50 6.91 13.78 2.06 51,35 15,18 38.36 4.70 60.04 4.53,74 7484
22  Gerhard Röser (AUT) 11,11 7.00 14.50 1.91 50,53 15,04 45.34 4.60 51.36 5.18,91 7396
23  Dezső Szabó (HUN) 10,94 7.40 14.17 2.00 49,17 14,67 40.40 5.20 54.92 NM 7376
24  Klaus Ambrosch (AUT) 11,13 7.31 12.70 1.91 50,13 15,67 40.36 4.00 60.42 4.41,93 7372
25  Thomas Tebbich (AUT) 11,41 6.60 13.30 1.97 50,03 15,50 40.92 4.50 57.54 4.49,77 7320
26  Patrik Andersson (SWE) 11,26 7.07 14.64 1.91 50,26 15,21 38.56 4.40 51.84 4.58,03 7305
27  Jürgen Thaler (AUT) 11,30 6.97 12.72 1.85 49,57 15,85 37.46 4.20 49.78 4.33,11 7102
28  Simon Poelman (NZL) 11,04 7.06 15.45 1.97 51,01 14,57 44.22 4.20 55.66 NM 7041


Women's heptathlon[edit]

Schedule[edit]

Records[edit]

World Record  Jackie Joyner-Kersee (USA) 7291 September 24, 1988 South Korea Seoul, South Korea
Event Record  Sabine Braun (GER) 6985 May 31, 1992 Austria Götzis, Austria

Results[edit]

Rank Athlete Heptathlon Points
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1  Ghada Shouaa (SYR) 13.78 1.87 15.64 23.78 6.77 54.74 2:13.61 6942 [1]
2  Denise Lewis (GBR) 13.18 1.84 14.36 24.06 6.60 47.86 2:16.84 6645
3  Sabine Braun (GER) 6626
4  Mona Steigauf (GER) 6450
5  Peggy Beer (GER) 6431
6  Anzhela Atroshchenko (BLR) 6135
7  Irina Tyukhay (RUS) 6128
8  Ines Krause (GER) 6101

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