Marie Collonvillé

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Marie Collonvillé

Marie Collonvillé (born 23 November 1973 in Amiens) is a French heptathlete.

She was the first-ever IAAF-recognised world record holder in the women's decathlon; the event was officially recognised from 1 January 2005, and her mark of 8160 set in Talence on 26 September 2004 was broken by Austra Skujytė on 15 April 2005.[1]

She was a regular competitor at the annual Hypo-Meeting.

International competitions[edit]

Year Competition Venue Position Event Notes
Representing  France
1994 European Championships Helsinki, Finland 19th Heptathlon 5697 pts
1997 World Indoor Championships Paris, France 8th Pentathlon 4225 pts
World Championships Athens, Greece 12th Heptathlon 6179 pts
Universiade Catania, Italy 3rd Heptathlon 6143 pts
3rd High jump 1.94 m
Mediterranean Games Bari, Italy 3rd Heptathlon 5839 pts
1998 European Indoor Championships Valencia, Spain 5th Pentathlon 4300 pts
European Championships Budapest, Hungary 8th Heptathlon 6218 pts
1999 World Championships Seville, Spain 9th Heptathlon 6188 pts
2001 Jeux de la Francophonie Ottawa, Canada 1st Heptathlon 5719 pts
World Championships Edmonton, Canada 11th Heptathlon 5887 pts
2003 World Indoor Championships Birmingham, United Kingdom 3rd Pentathlon 4644 pts
2004 Olympic Games Athens, Greece 7th Heptathlon 6279 pts
2005 Mediterranean Games Almería, Spain 1st Heptathlon 6017 pts
World Championships Helsinki, Finland 6th Heptathlon 6248 pts
2006 European Championships Gothenburg, Sweden Heptathlon DNF
2008 Olympic Games Peking, PR China 12th Heptathlon 6302 pts

Personal bests[edit]

  • 100 metres – 12.54 (2006)
  • 200 metres – 24.71 (1997)
  • 800 metres – 2:10.90 (1999)
  • 100 metres hurdles – 13.52 (2000)
  • High jump – 1.94 (1997)
  • Long jump – 6.44 (2006)
  • Shot put – 12.73 (2006)
  • Javelin throw – 49.14 (2004)
  • Heptathlon – 6350 (1997)
  • Decathlon – 8150 (2004)

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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Maryse Maury
Women's French National High Jump Champion
1997
Succeeded by
Sabrina De Leeuw