2000 World Junior Championships in Athletics – Men's decathlon

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The men's decathlon event at the 2000 World Junior Championships in Athletics was held in Santiago, Chile, at Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos on 18 and 19 October.[1][2] Senior implements (106.7cm (3'6) hurdles, 7257g shot, 2kg discus) were used.

Medalists[edit]

Gold Dennis Leyckes
 Germany
Silver David Gómez
 Spain
Bronze André Niklaus
 Germany

Results[edit]

Final[edit]

18/19 October

  The highest mark recorded in each event is highlighted in yellow
Rank Name Nationality 100m LJ SP HJ 400m 110m H DT PV JT 1500m Points Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Dennis Leyckes  Germany 10.98
(w: 1.6m/s)
7.22 13.46 1.95 47.59 14.61
(w: -0.1m/s)
39.52 4.80 54.76 4:33.10 7897
2nd, silver medalist(s) David Gómez  Spain 11.03
(w: -0.4m/s)
7.12 13.06 1.92 47.81 14.52
(w: -0.1m/s)
39.17 4.30 58.64 4:24.55 7772
3rd, bronze medalist(s) André Niklaus  Germany 11.09
(w: 0.6m/s)
6.94 13.25 1.92 48.55 14.61
(w: -0.1m/s)
39.32 4.90 49.51 4:26.58 7712
4 Dmitriy Karpov  Kazakhstan 11.12
(w: 0.6m/s)
7.21 13.74 1.92 48.53 14.68
(w: -0.1m/s)
41.56 4.30 42.11 4:56.28 7366
5 Indrek Turi  Estonia 11.14
(w: 1.6m/s)
6.30 12.65 1.92 50.63 14.86
(w: -0.1m/s)
35.89 4.60 55.95 4:43.16 7222
6 Pavel Havlícek  Czech Republic 11.60
(w: 1.6m/s)
6.86 12.71 1.98 51.50 15.79
(w: 0.2m/s)
39.57 4.70 56.15 5:06.21 7131
7 Pavel Dubitskiy  Kazakhstan 11.22
(w: -0.4m/s)
7.09 12.18 2.07 51.94 15.50
(w: -0.2m/s)
33.36 4.00 52.33 4:56.77 6998
8 Niki Joorits  Estonia 11.12
(w: -0.4m/s)
7.12 11.79 1.86 49.70 15.74
(w: 0.2m/s)
36.09 4.10 48.43 4:45.82 6979
9 Iván da Silva  Brazil 11.43
(w: 0.6m/s)
6.70 12.12 1.92 49.89 15.85
(w: 0.2m/s)
35.22 3.90 57.36 4:39.00 6968
10 Milan Kohout  Czech Republic 11.40
(w: -0.4m/s)
6.48 10.45 1.98 51.06 15.69
(w: -0.2m/s)
30.66 4.60 47.50 4:21.26 6921
11 Manuel Liechti   Switzerland 11.03
(w: 1.6m/s)
6.56 11.10 1.92 51.13 15.33
(w: -0.2m/s)
32.71 4.00 50.76 4:42.54 6820
12 Cristian Lyon  Chile 11.20
(w: -0.4m/s)
7.13 12.04 1.92 50.97 15.15
(w: -0.2m/s)
28.57 4.40 36.72 4:50.49 6781
13 Ahmed Moussa  Qatar 11.19
(w: 0.6m/s)
6.88 12.74 1.71 51.28 16.04
(w: -0.1m/s)
36.14 4.00 55.38 4:54.89 6755
14 Leonid Andreyev  Uzbekistan 11.64
(w: 0.6m/s)
6.72 12.31 1.89 52.20 16.19
(w: 0.2m/s)
37.65 4.20 53.24 5:10.86 6654
15 Wilfried Gouacide  France 10.71
(w: 1.6m/s)
7.38 11.83 1.74 49.55 16.09
(w: -0.2m/s)
32.21 4.00 42.97 5:17.87 6633
16 Chen Ying-Chi  Chinese Taipei 11.09
(w: 0.6m/s)
7.03 13.24 1.74 51.25 16.17
(w: 0.2m/s)
32.93 3.50 48.96 4:56.76 6549
Sébastien Maillard  France 11.04
(w: -0.4m/s)
7.03 12.27 2.01 49.31 15.16
(w: -0.1m/s)
36.66 4.50 36.33 DNS DNF
Yosbel Espinosa  Cuba 11.06
(w: -0.4m/s)
6.74 12.29 1.86 49.39 15.39
(w: 0.2m/s)
41.66 DNS 52.42 DNS DNF
Ludrick Berrenstein  Netherlands 11.02
(w: 0.6m/s)
7.05 12.32 1.89 DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS DNF
Virgil Spier  Netherlands 10.54
(w: 1.6m/s)
5.87 12.46 DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS DNF

Participation[edit]

According to an unofficial count, 20 athletes from 14 countries participated in the event.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Peters, Lionel; Magnusson, Tomas, WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS WJC - 2000 Santiago CHI Oct 17-22, WORLD JUNIOR ATHLETICS HISTORY ("WJAH"), archived from the original on 3 Dec 2013, retrieved 13 June 2015
  2. ^ IAAF WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS - Eugene 2014 - FACTS & FIGURES (PDF), IAAF, retrieved 13 June 2015