1991 Hypo-Meeting

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The 17th edition of the annual Hypo-Meeting took place on June 15 and June 16, 1991 in Götzis, Austria. The track and field competition featured a men's decathlon and a women's heptathlon. The meeting was the most major combined events competition prior to the 1991 IAAF World Championships in Tokyo, Japan.

Men's Decathlon[edit]

Schedule[edit]

June 15
  1. 100 m
  2. Long Jump
  3. Shot Put
  4. High Jump
  5. 400 m
June 16
  1. 110 m hurdles
  2. Discus Throw
  3. Pole Vault
  4. Javelin Throw
  5. 1,500 m

Records[edit]

World Record  Daley Thompson (GBR) 8847 [1] August 9, 1984 United States Los Angeles, United States
Event Record  Daley Thompson (GBR) 8730 May 23, 1982 Austria Götzis, Austria

Results[edit]

Rank Athlete Decathlon Points
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1  Michael Smith (CAN) 10,73 7.48 15.19 2.08 47,18 14,48 47.34 4.60 59.22 4:36,42 8427
2  Robert Změlík (TCH) 10,78 7.71 13.17 2.11 48,20 13,82 38.66 5.00 57.20 4:33,03 8346
3  Mikhail Medved (UKR) 11,15 7.31 16.29 2.08 50,43 14,68 51.02 4.90 60.24 4:50,01 8278
4  Christian Schenk (GER) 11,17 7.32 15.16 2.17 49,09 14,78 45.38 4.70 57.60 4:33,65 8227
5  Thorsten Dauth (GER) 10,63 7.14 15.76 2.08 48,06 14,47 43.68 4.20 60.80 4:42,26 8156
6  Michael Kohnle (GER) 10,71 7.44 14.96 2.05 48,31 14,50 40.42 4.70 59.18 5:00,64 8062
7  Norbert Demmel (GER) 11,13 6.82 15.48 1.96 49,45 14,90 49.98 4.60 54.44 4:34,33 7922
8  Henrik Dagård (SWE) 10,75 7.23 13.37 1.96 47,14 14,77 40.64 4.60 59.80 4:48,87 7900
9  Stefan Schmid (GER) 11,01 7.16 13.36 1.96 48,76 14,45 34.40 4.50 65.52 4:38,49 7779
10  Sándor Munkácsi (HUN) 11,13 7.02 12.62 1.99 48,14 14,46 39.46 4.60 52.10 4:29,15 7720
11  Aleksandr Golovin (URS) 10,57 6.60 14.78 1.93 48,05 14,79 46.82 4.40 44.20 4:42,55 7679
12  Eric Kaiser (GER) 10,96 7.53 12.67 1.96 49,40 13,88 38.56 4.30 52.32 4:58,74 7585
13  Alper Kasapoğlu (TUR) 10.95 7.39 13.35 1.93 50,79 14,47 40.90 4.60 44.06 4:45,82 7521
14  Martin Krenn (AUT) 11,49 6.69 14.00 1.93 50,28 15,80 40.98 4.60 61.06 4:33,39 7472
15  Igor Maryin (RUS) 11,08 6.99 13.99 1.99 51,70 15,14 45.56 5.00 49.52 5:25,45 7438
16  Eduard Hämäläinen (BLR) 10,98 7.43 14.82 2.05 48,23 14,45 40.60 4.90 51.44 NM 7394
17  Peng Huan-shu (TPE) 10,99 6.96 12.41 1.96 49,96 15,03 40.50 4.00 53.84 4:54,39 7257
18  Lars Warming (DEN) 11,38 6.71 13.47 1.87 49,99 15,06 39.82 4.20 52.12 4:32,92 7244
19  Dietmar Juriga (AUT) 11,17 6.56 13,34 1.96 49,48 14,84 41.06 4.00 48.86 4:55,32 7159
20  Gerhard Röser (AUT) 11,22 6.73 13,21 1.81 51,50 15,81 37.52 4.20 48.14 4:51,33 6838
 Harald Eder (AUT) 11,11 6.19 13,32 1.84 51,86 DNF NM 3.80 DNS DNF
 Gernot Kellermayr (AUT) 10,57 7.20 NM DNS DNF
 Robert Pracher (AUT) 11,53 DNS DNF

Women's Heptathlon[edit]

Schedule[edit]

June 15
  1. 100 m hurdles
  2. High Jump
  3. Shot Put
  4. 200 m
June 16
  1. Long Jump
  2. Javelin Throw
  3. 800 m

Records[edit]

World Record  Jackie Joyner-Kersee (USA) 7291 September 24, 1988 South Korea Seoul, South Korea
Event Record  Jackie Joyner-Kersee (USA) 6841 May 25, 1986 Austria Götzis, Austria

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ 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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