Mikk Pahapill

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Mikk Pahapill
Heptathlon Podium Turin 2009.JPG
Mikk Pahapill (centre) on the podium at 2009 European Indoor Championships with Oleksiy Kasyanov (left) and Roman Šebrle (right).
Personal information
Full name Mikk Pahapill
Born (1983-07-18) 18 July 1983 (age 31)
Kuressaare, Estonia
Height 196 cm (77 in)[1]
Weight 93 kg (205 lb)[1]
Mikk Pahapill in Turin 2009.

Mikk Pahapill (born 18 July 1983 in Kuressaare)[1] is an Estonian decathlete. His personal best score is 8398 points, achieved at the 2011 Hypo-Meeting in Götzis. His coach is Remigija Nazarovienė

Pahapill won 2009 European Indoor Championships in heptathlon with 6362 points, which is currently 10th all-time result. Pahapill was the runner-up at the 2009 Décastar meeting with a personal best score of 8255 points and runner-up at the 2011 competition with the result 8184 points.[2] He was also the runner-up at the 2010 European Cup Combined Events in Tallinn, recording a total of 8198 points to finish behind Romain Barras.[3] Pahapill finished fourth at the 2010 European Championships where he also set up his personal record.

Achievements[edit]

Year Tournament Venue Result Event Points
2002 World Junior Championships Kingston, Jamaica 9th Decathlon 7142
2005 Meeting International d'Arles Arles, France 22nd Decathlon 7214
European Cup Combined Events Super League Bydgoszcz, Poland 1st Decathlon 8149 (PB)
World Championships Helsinki, Finland 12th Decathlon 8003
Décastar Talence, France 9th Decathlon 7994
2006 Hypo-Meeting Götzis, Austria 12th Decathlon 8002
European Cup Combined Events Super League Arles, France 4th Decathlon 7980
European Championships Gothenburg, Sweden DNF Decathlon
2008 National Championships Rakvere, Estonia 1st Decathlon 8117
Olympic Games Beijing, China 11th Decathlon 8178 (PB)
2009 European Indoor Championships Turin, Italy 1st Heptathlon 6362 (WL, PB)
World Championships Berlin, Germany DNF Decathlon
Décastar Talence, France 2nd Decathlon 8255 (PB)
2010 National Championships Tallinn, Estonia 1st Heptathlon 6156
Hypo-Meeting Götzis, Austria 7th Decathlon 8084
European Cup Combined Events Super League Tallinn, Estonia 2nd Decathlon 8198
European Championships Barcelona, Spain 4th Decathlon 8298 (PB)
IAAF World Combined Events Challenge IAAF 5th Decathlon 24 580
2011 European Indoor Championships Paris, France 13th Heptathlon 5782
Hypo-Meeting Götzis, Austria 3rd Decathlon 8398 (PB)
World Championships Daegu, South Korea 9th Decathlon 8164
Décastar Talence, France 2nd Decathlon 8184
IAAF World Combined Events Challenge IAAF 3rd Decathlon 24 746
2013 International Meeting & National Championships Tallinn, Estonia 1st Heptathlon 6024
European Cup Combined Events Super League Tallinn, Estonia 3rd Decathlon 8099
World Championships Moscow, Russia 17th Decathlon 8170

Personal bests[edit]

Outdoors[edit]

Event Result Time Place
100 meters 10,95 (+3,5); 11.01 (−0,4) 4 June 2005; 20 August 2009 Arles; Berlin
Long Jump 7,81 (+1,5); 7,81 (+2,6) 1 July 2006; 2 August 2009 Arles; Tallinn
Shot Put 15,51 17 September 2011 Talence
High Jump 2,15 1 July 2006 Arles
400 meters 49,84 10 August 2013 Moscow
110 meters hurdles 14,14 (+0,3) 20 September 2009 Talence
Discus Throw 49,51 25 June 2009 Kohila
Pole vault 5,10 18 September 2011 Talence
Javelin Throw 69,53 29 May 2011 Götzis
1500 meters 4,33.16 11 August 2013 Moscow
Decathlon 8398 28–29 May 2011 Götzis

Indoors[edit]

Event Result Time Place
60 meters 7,03 14 February 2009 Tallinn
Long Jump 7,97 7 March 2009 Turin
Shot Put 15,73 20 January 2010 Tallinn
High Jump 2,12 7 March 2009 Turin
60 meters hurdles 7,97 20 February 2010 Tartu
Pole Vault 5,10 8 March 2009 Turin
1000 metres 2,45.69 8 March 2009 Turin
Heptathlon 6362 07–08 March 2009 Turin

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Mikk Pahapill". Decathlon2000. 2010-06-27. Retrieved 29 July 2010. 
  2. ^ Kasyanov, Dobrynska secure Ukraine double at Décastar meeting. European Athletics (2009-09-29). Retrieved on 2010-07-03.
  3. ^ Estonia and France are the European Cup Combined Events Super League champions. European Athletics (2010-06-28). Retrieved on 2010-07-03.

External links[edit]

Media related to Mikk Pahapill at Wikimedia Commons