2006 IAAF World Indoor Championships – Men's heptathlon

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Events at the
2006 IAAF World Indoor
Championships

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Track events
60 m   men   women
400 m men women
800 m men women
1500 m men women
3000 m men women
60 m hurdles men women
4×400 m relay men women
Field events
High jump men women
Pole vault men women
Long jump men women
Triple jump men women
Shot put men women
Combined events
Pentathlon women
Heptathlon men

The men's heptathlon event at the 2006 IAAF World Indoor Championships was held on March 11–12.

Medalists[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze
André Niklaus
 Germany
Bryan Clay
 United States
Roman Šebrle
 Czech Republic

Results[edit]

60 metres[edit]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Points Notes
1 3 Bryan Clay  United States 6.67 1003 SB
2 7 Kristjan Rahnu  Estonia 6.91 915
3 5 Konstantin Smirnov  Russia 6.92 911
4 6 Aleksey Drozdov  Russia 7.01 879
5 4 André Niklaus  Germany 7.06 861 PB
6 2 Aleksandr Pogorelov  Russia 7.06 861
7 8 Roman Šebrle  Czech Republic 7.10 847 SB

Long jump[edit]

Rank Athlete Nationality #1 #2 #3 Result Points Notes Overall
1 Roman Šebrle  Czech Republic 7.74 7.76 7.56 7.76 1000 SB 1847
2 Bryan Clay  United States 7.68 X 7.74 7.74 995 SB 1998
3 André Niklaus  Germany 7.64 7.64 970 PB 1831
4 Aleksandr Pogorelov  Russia 7.32 7.17 7.43 7.43 918 1779
5 Aleksey Drozdov  Russia X 7.40 7.41 7.41 913 1792
6 Kristjan Rahnu  Estonia 7.33 X X 7.33 893 PB 1808
7 Konstantin Smirnov  Russia 7.24 4.83 6.93 7.24 871 SB 1782

Shot put[edit]

Rank Athlete Nationality #1 #2 #3 Result Points Notes Overall
1 Aleksey Drozdov  Russia 15.91 16.48 16.64 16.64 891 2683
2 Kristjan Rahnu  Estonia 15.78 X X 15.78 838 PB 2646
3 Roman Šebrle  Czech Republic 14.03 15.74 X 15.74 835 SB 2682
4 Aleksandr Pogorelov  Russia 15.68 15.55 X 15.68 832 2611
5 André Niklaus  Germany 13.80 X 14.41 14.41 753 PB 2584
6 Bryan Clay  United States X 13.89 13.78 13.89 722 2720
7 Konstantin Smirnov  Russia 12.60 12.16 X 12.60 643 2425

High jump[edit]

Rank Athlete Nationality 1.89 1.92 1.95 1.98 2.01 2.04 2.07 2.10 2.13 Result Points Notes Overall
1 Bryan Clay  United States o xo o xxo o xxx 2.10 896 PB 3616
2 Roman Šebrle  Czech Republic o xxo o xxo xo xxx 2.10 896 SB 3578
3 André Niklaus  Germany o o o o xo o o xxx 2.07 868 PB 3452
4 Aleksandr Pogorelov  Russia xo o xo o xxx 2.07 868 3479
5 Aleksey Drozdov  Russia o o xo xxo xxo xo xxx 2.07 868 3551
6 Kristjan Rahnu  Estonia o o o o o xo xxx 2.04 840 3486
7 Konstantin Smirnov  Russia o xo o xxo o xxx 2.01 813 PB 3238

60 metres hurdles[edit]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Points Notes Overall
1 3 Bryan Clay  United States 7.83 1025 SB 4641
2 8 Konstantin Smirnov  Russia 8.00 982 PB 4220
3 2 Kristjan Rahnu  Estonia 8.01 979 4465
4 6 Aleksandr Pogorelov  Russia 8.04 972 4451
5 7 Roman Šebrle  Czech Republic 8.08 962 4540
6 5 André Niklaus  Germany 8.14 947 4399
7 4 Aleksey Drozdov  Russia 8.47 867 4418

Pole vault[edit]

Rank Athlete Nationality 4.40 4.50 4.60 4.70 4.80 4.90 5.00 5.10 5.20 5.30 5.40 Result Points Notes Overall
1 André Niklaus  Germany o o o o xxx 5.30 1004 5403
2 Kristjan Rahnu  Estonia o o o o o xxx 4.90 880 PB 5345
3 Aleksey Drozdov  Russia o o o xo xxx 4.90 880 PB 5298
4 Aleksandr Pogorelov  Russia xo xxx 4.80 849 5300
5 Roman Šebrle  Czech Republic o o xxo xxx 4.80 849 5389
6 Konstantin Smirnov  Russia o o xo xxx 4.70 819 5039
7 Bryan Clay  United States o xxx 4.60 790 SB 5431

1000 metres[edit]

Rank Name Nationality Time Points Notes
1 André Niklaus  Germany 2:47.80 789
2 Roman Šebrle  Czech Republic 2:49.38 772
3 Konstantin Smirnov  Russia 2:50.90 756
4 Bryan Clay  United States 2:50.92 756 SB
5 Aleksey Drozdov  Russia 2:51.07 754
6 Kristjan Rahnu  Estonia 2:54.70 717
7 Aleksandr Pogorelov  Russia 3:05.66 610

Final results[edit]

  The highest mark recorded in each event is highlighted in yellow
Rank Athlete Nationality 60m LJ SP HJ 60m H PV 1000m Points Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) André Niklaus  Germany 7.06 7.64 14.41 2.07 8.14 5.30 2:47.80 6192 PB
2nd, silver medalist(s) Bryan Clay  United States 6.67 7.74 13.89 2.10 7.83 4.60 2:50.92 6187 SB
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Roman Šebrle  Czech Republic 7.10 7.76 15.74 2.10 8.08 4.80 2:49.38 6131 SB
4 Kristjan Rahnu  Estonia 6.91 7.33 15.78 2.04 8.01 4.90 2:54.70 6062 PB
5 Aleksey Drozdov  Russia 7.01 7.41 16.64 2.07 8.47 4.90 2:51.07 6052
6 Aleksandr Pogorelov  Russia 7.06 7.43 15.68 2.07 8.04 4.80 3:05.66 5910
7 Konstantin Smirnov  Russia 6.92 7.24 12.60 2.01 8.00 4.70 2:50.90 5795

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