2003 Hypo-Meeting

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The 29th edition of the annual Hypo-Meeting took place on 31 May and 1 June 2003 in Götzis, Austria. The track and field competition, featuring a decathlon (men) and a heptathlon (women) event, was part of the 2003 IAAF World Combined Events Challenge.

Men's decathlon[edit]

Schedule[edit]

Records[edit]

World record  Roman Šebrle (CZE) 9026 27 May 2001 Austria Götzis, Austria
Event record  Roman Šebrle (CZE) 9026 27 May 2001 Austria Götzis, Austria

Results[edit]

Rank Athlete Decathlon Points
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1  Roman Šebrle (CZE) 10,78 7.86 15.41 2.12 47,83 13,96 43.42 4.90 69.22 4.28,63 8807
2  Tom Pappas (USA) 10,65 7.42 16.48 2.18 48,74 14,09 46.71 5.00 62.06 5.00,25 8585 [1]
3  Jón Arnar Magnússon (ISL) 10,79 7.85 15.81 2.00 48,47 14,40 42.08 4.90 60.24 5.08,72 8222
4  Rolf Schläfli (SUI) 11,07 7.28 15.53 1.88 48,69 14,80 42.94 4.70 65.14 4.42,29 8019 [2]
5  Klaus Ambrosch (AUT) 11,03 7.23 14.43 1.94 50,04 14,56 38.34 4.80 68.29 4.37,78 7980
6  Stephen Moore (USA) 10,83 7.40 12.84 2.12 47,18 14,50 39.59 4.60 49.61 4.37,35 7967
7  Sebastian Knabe (GER) 11,02 7.65 13.94 2.00 48,89 14,35 43.34 4.70 52.02 4.47,26 7958
8  Claston Bernard (JAM) 10,97 6.99 15.06 2.09 49,22 14,59 46.81 4.00 53.84 4.46,72 7815
9  Aleksandr Shtepa (RUS) 11,33 6.91 15.43 1.94 51,28 14,73 48.79 4.50 61.15 4.41,58 7815
10  Laurent Hernu (FRA) 11,38 7.21 13.96 1.97 50,51 14,43 42.07 5.00 54.71 4.40,67 7807
11  Chiel Warners (NED) 10,89 7.34 14.18 1.88 48,61 14,46 39.67 4.70 52.64 4.49,40 7739
12  Jukka Väkeväinen (FIN) 11,30 7.26 13.02 2.00 48,89 15,04 38.78 4.80 55.17 4.34,63 7721
13  Lars Albert (GER) 11,26 7.14 14.92 1.94 51,91 15,07 43.43 4.50 61.38 4.47,63 7642
14  Nikolai Tishchenko (RUS) 11,25 7.25 13.47 1.94 51,16 14,43 38.84 4.70 50.21 4.45,09 7508
15  Markus Walser (AUT) 10,75 7.24 14.26 1.82 49,33 14,85 38.22 4.20 59.43 5.00,77 7475
 Thomas Tebbich (AUT) 11,05 7.02 1.70 1.94 50.76 15.33 39.34 4.40 57.04 DNF
 Dmitriy Karpov (KAZ) 11,12 7.61 14.52 1.97 48.69 14.17 44.79 DNF
 Mike Maczey (GER) 10,98 7.22 13.80 1.97 50.50 14.13 NM DNF
 Roland Schwarzl (AUT) 11,25 7.41 14.17 1.85 50.89 DNF DNF
 Lev Lobodin (RUS) 10,75 7.30 DNF
 Zsolt Kürtösi (HUN) 11,20 5.45 DNF
 Paolo Casarsa (ITA) 11,22 DNF

Women's heptathlon[edit]

Schedule[edit]

Records[edit]

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

Results[edit]

Rank Athlete Heptathlon Points
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1  Carolina Klüft (SWE) 13.64 1.91 12.84 23.69 6.62 45.34 2:13.85 6602 [3]
2  Austra Skujytė (LTU) 14.25 1.73 15.63 25.22 6.26 48.19 2:17.79 6213
3  Sonja Kesselschläger (GER) 13.52 1.79 13.81 25.03 6.37 39.45 2:16.23 6175
4  Naide Gomes (POR) 13.65 1.82 13.49 25.33 6.45 39.18 2:19.57 6120
5  Margaret Simpson (GHA) 13.82 1.76 12.55 24.77 6.06 53.38 2:22.63 6120 [4]
6  Līga Kļaviņa (LAT) 13.95 1.82 14.32 24.98 6.33 40.53 2:21.94 6119
7  Gertrud Bacher (ITA) 13.84 1.73 13.14 24.51 5.92 44.76 2:10.86 6097
8  Tia Hellebaut (BEL) 14.28 1.91 11.89 25.32 6.04 41.31 2:14.86 6019 [5]
9  Karin Ruckstuhl (NED) 13.80 1.76 12.86 24.63 6.26 38.60 2:16.83 6011 [6]
10  Irina Butor (BLR) 14.00 1.76 12.62 24.76 5.81 44.49 2:16.43 5936
11  Simone Oberer (SUI) 14.08 1.79 12.42 25.11 6.19 38.89 2:15.91 5933 [7]
12  Katja Keller (GER) 13.70 1.67 12.40 24.84 6.36 39.34 2:16.50 5918
13  Sabine Krieger (GER) 14.27 1.70 14.17 25.10 5.89 41.98 2:14.55 5899
14  Kylie Wheeler (AUS) 14.04 1.73 12.29 24.36 6.43 32.80 2:15.32 5893
15  Kelly Sotherton (GBR) 13.90 1.70 11.87 23.88 6.48 31.88 2:15.40 5893 [8]
16  Sylvie Dufour (SUI) 13.88 1.73 12.18 24.77 5.80 40.11 2:14.86 5820[9]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Personal best
  2. ^ Personal best
  3. ^ National record for Sweden
  4. ^ National record for Ghana
  5. ^ Personal best
  6. ^ Personal best
  7. ^ Personal best
  8. ^ Personal best
  9. ^ Personal best.

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