Mihail Dudaš

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Mihail Dudaš
Mihail Dudaš Göteborg 2013.jpg
Mihail Dudaš with his bronze medal from Göteborg 2013
Personal information
NationalitySerbian
Born (1989-11-01) 1 November 1989 (age 33)
Novi Sad, SR Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia
Height1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)
Weight84 kg (185 lb)
Sport
SportTrack and field
Event(s)Combined events
ClubAK Vojvodina
Achievements and titles
Personal best(s)Decathlon: 8275
Heptathlon: 6099

Mihail Dudaš (Serbian Cyrillic: Михаил Дудаш, born 1 November 1989) is a Serbian decathlete and heptathlete. He holds national records in both events.

Career[edit]

He won a bronze medal at the 2008 World Junior Championship and bronze medals at the U23 European Championship in 2009 and 2011.

His first senior success was achieved at the 2011 World Championship when he finished 6th with a new national record of 8256 points. Next year he competed at the European Outdoor Championship where he came 4th. Dudaš qualified for the 2012 Olympics but couldn't finish decathlon due to migraine. At the 2013 European Indoor Championship he won his first senior medal, bronze in heptathlon and achieved new national record of 6099 points. He improved national record in decathlon at the 2013 World Championship which now stands 8275 points and it brought him 14th place. He missed entire 2014 season due to surgery of Achilles tendon.[1] He won the bronze medal at the 2016 European Championships.[2] He qualified for the 2016 Olympic decathlon but again was unable to finish.[3]

Dudaš is ethnic Rusyn.[4]

Statistics[edit]

Outdoor[edit]

As of 21 October 2018
Event Performance Location Date
Decathlon 8275 Moscow 11.08.2013
100 metres 10.67 (-0.5 m/s) Moscow 10.08.2013
Long jump 7.63 m (25 ft 14 in) (+1.5 m/s) Götzis 29.05.2010
Shot put 14.80 m (48 ft 6+12 in) Nieuwpoort 30.06.2018
High jump 2.04 m (6 ft 8+14 in) Rio de Janeiro 17.08.2016
400 metres 47.47 Ostrava 14.07.2011
110 metres hurdles 14.52 (-1.9 m/s) Novi Sad 13.05.2016
Discus throw 47.34 m (155 ft 3+34 in) Potchefstroom 26.01.2016
Pole vault 4.90 m (16 ft 34 in) Daegu 28.08.2011
Javelin throw 59.98 m (196 ft 9+14 in) Helsinki 28.06.2012
1500 metres 4:24.30 Kaunas 17.07.2009

Indoor[edit]

As of 21 October 2018.
Event Performance Location Date
Heptathlon 6099 Göteborg 03.03.2013
60 metres 6.90 Budapest 22.01.2011
Long jump 7.55 m (24 ft 9 in) Göteborg 02.03.2013
Shot put 15.01 m (49 ft 2+34 in) Novi Sad 18.01.2020
High jump 2.08 m (6 ft 9+34 in) Göteborg 02.03.2013
60 metres hurdles 8.08 Belgrade 06.03.2016
Pole vault 5.10 m (16 ft 8+34 in) Belgrade 05.03.2017
1000 metres 2:39.04 Göteborg 03.03.2013

International competitions[edit]

Year Competition Venue Position Event Notes
Representing  Serbia
2008 World Junior Championships Bydgoszcz, Poland 3rd Decathlon (junior) 7663 pts
2009 European U23 Championships Kaunas, Lithuania 3rd Decathlon 7855 pts
2010 Hypo-Meeting Götzis, Austria 11th Decathlon 7966
European Championships Barcelona, Spain DNF Decathlon DNF
Continental Cup Split, Croatia 7th High jump 1.98 m
2011 European U23 Championships Ostrava, Czech Republic 3rd Decathlon 8117 (NR)
World Championships Daegu, South Korea 6th Decathlon 8256 (NR)
2012 European Championships Helsinki, Finland 4th Decathlon 8154
Olympic Games London, United Kingdom Decathlon DNF
2013 European Indoor Championships Gothenburg, Sweden 3rd Heptathlon 6099 (NR)
World Championships Moscow, Russia 14th Decathlon 8275 (NR)
2016 European Championships Amsterdam, Netherlands 3rd Decathlon 8153 pts
Olympic Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Decathlon DNF
2017 European Indoor Championships Belgrade, Serbia 14th Heptathlon 5239 pts
World Championships London, United Kingdom Decathlon DNF

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ J., J. (10 April 2015). Dudaš operisao ahilovu tetivu. Večernje novosti (in Serbian).
  2. ^ "IAAF: Mihail DUDAŠ | Profile". iaaf.org. Retrieved 20 October 2018.
  3. ^ "Mihail Dudas Bio, Stats, and Results". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Archived from the original on 18 April 2020. Retrieved 20 October 2018.
  4. ^ Tasić, Sunčica (11 April 2013). Puls – Lifestyle – Na kafi kod – Mihail Dudaš: Posle takmičenja džabalebarim nedelju dana. Puls (in Serbian).

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