|Full name||Mikk Pahapill|
|Born||18 July 1983|
|Height||196 cm (6 ft 5 in)|
|Weight||93 kg (205 lb)|
|Achievements and titles|
Mikk Pahapill (born 18 July 1983) is an Estonian decathlete. His personal best score is 8398 points, achieved at the 2011 Hypo-Meeting in Götzis. His coach is Remigija Nazarovienė. He won the 2009 European Indoor Championships in heptathlon with 6362 points, which is currently the 10th all-time result.
Pahapill was born in Kuressaare. Pahapill was the runner-up at the 2009 Décastar meeting with a then personal best score of 8255 points and runner-up at the 2011 competition with a result of 8184 points. He was also the runner-up at the 2010 European Cup Combined Events in Tallinn, recording a total of 8198 points to finish behind Romain Barras. Pahapill finished fourth at the 2010 European Championships where he broke his then personal record.
|100 meters||10,95 (+3,5); 11.01 (−0,4)||4 June 2005; 20 August 2009||Arles; Berlin|
|Long Jump||7,81 (+1,5); 7,81 (+2,6)||1 July 2006; 2 August 2009||Arles; Tallinn|
|Shot Put||15,51||17 September 2011||Talence|
|High Jump||2,15||1 July 2006||Arles|
|400 meters||49,84||10 August 2013||Moscow|
|110 meters hurdles||14,14 (+0,3)||20 September 2009||Talence|
|Discus Throw||50,66||6 August 2014||Tallinn|
|Pole vault||5,10||18 September 2011||Talence|
|Javelin Throw||69,53||29 May 2011||Götzis|
|1500 meters||4,33.16||11 August 2013||Moscow|
|Decathlon||8398||28–29 May 2011||Götzis|
|60 meters||7,03||14 February 2009||Tallinn|
|Long Jump||7,97||7 March 2009||Turin|
|Shot Put||15,73||20 January 2010||Tallinn|
|High Jump||2,12||7 March 2009||Turin|
|60 meters hurdles||7,97||20 February 2010||Tartu|
|Pole Vault||5,10||8 March 2009||Turin|
|1000 metres||2,45.69||8 March 2009||Turin|
|Heptathlon||6362||07–8 March 2009||Turin|
- "Mikk Pahapill". Decathlon2000. 27 June 2010. Archived from the original on 31 December 2008. Retrieved 29 July 2010.
- Kasyanov, Dobrynska secure Ukraine double at Décastar meeting[permanent dead link]. European Athletics (2009-09-29). Retrieved on 2010-07-03.
- Estonia and France are the European Cup Combined Events Super League champions Archived 1 July 2010 at the Wayback Machine. European Athletics (2010-06-28). Retrieved on 2010-07-03.
- Mikk Pahapill at IAAF
- Mikk Pahapill at the International Olympic Committee
- Mikk Pahapill at Olympics at Sports-Reference.com
- Profile at EEA Athlete Database
- The Sports.org Profile
- Media related to Mikk Pahapill at Wikimedia Commons
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