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Hypo-Meeting

The Hypo-Meeting is an annual athletics competition that takes place in the Mösle stadium in Götzis, Austria, held in the spring (late May, early June). The meeting is sponsored by the Hypo Landesbank Vorarlberg and began as a men's only contest in 1975 and a women's competition was added in 1981. In its history, a total of three world records have been set: 1980, 1982, and 2001.

Organised by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF), it is one of the athletics meetings that make up the IAAF World Combined Events Challenge. Male and female athletes compete in the decathlon or heptathlon, respectively, and points scored at the Hypo-Meeting count towards a yearly total for the parent competition.

Competition format

Following the setup of virtually all major combined events competitions, the events programme is split over two days.

Decathlon Heptathlon
Day one Day two Day one Day two
100 metres 110 metres hurdles 100 metres hurdles Long jump
Long jump Discus throw High jump Javelin throw
Shot put Pole vault Shot put 800 metres
High jump Javelin throw 200 metres
400 metres 1500 metres

Records[1]

Event Athlete Record Date Ref
Men's Decathlon  Roman Šebrle (CZE) 9026 points [2] 27 May 2001
100 m  Bryan Clay (USA) 10.35 (+0.2 m/s) 29 May 2010 [3]
Long jump  Roman Šebrle (CZE) 8.11 m 26 May 2001
Shot put  Michael Smith (CAN) 17.45 m 1997
High jump  Christian Schenk (GDR) 2.23 m 1990
400 m  Erki Nool (EST) 46.53 1997
110 m hurdles  Frank Busemann (GER) 13.55 1996
Discus throw  Norbert Demel (GER) 55.14 m 1995
Pole vault  Erki Nool (EST) 5.55 m 2000
Javelin throw  Leonel Suarez (CUB) 75.49 m 29 May 2011 [4]
1500 m  Jan Trefny (SUI) 4:12.65 1988
Women's Heptathlon  Sabine Braun (GER) 6985 points 31 May 1992
100 m hurdles  Jessica Ennis (GBR) 12.81 (0.0 m/s) 26 May 2012 [5]
High jump  Tia Hellebaut (BEL) 1.97 m 27 May 2006
Shot put  Austra Skujyte (LTU) 16.92 m 28 May 2005
200 m  Dafne Schippers (NED) 22.35 (+1.5 m/s) 31 May 2014 [6]
Long jump  Svetlana Moskalets (RUS) 6.93 m 28 May 1995
Javelin throw  Margaret Simpson (GHA) 55.90 m 27 May 2012 [7]
800 m  Irina Belova (RUS) 2:02.06 27 May 2001

Winners[8]

Edition Men's Decathlon Women's Heptathlon
Winner Points Winner Points
1975  Peter Kratky (TCH) 7591 No competition
1976  Guido Kratschmer (FRG) 8309
1977  Sepp Zeilbauer (AUT) 8039
1978  Guido Kratschmer (FRG) 8411
1979  Thierry Dubois (FRA) 8139
1980  Daley Thompson (GBR) 8648 [9]
1981  Sepp Zeilbauer (AUT) 8182  Jane Frederick (USA) 6291
1982  Daley Thompson (GBR) 8730 [10]  Jane Frederick (USA) 6438
1983
 
 Grigoriy Degtyaryev (URS) 8480  Natalya Shubenkova (URS) 6517
1984
 
 Grigoriy Degtyaryev (URS) 8617  Nadezhda Vinogradova (URS) 6289
1985
 
 Uwe Freimuth (GDR) 8473  Jane Frederick (USA) 6666
1986
 
 Guido Kratschmer (FRG) 8519  Jackie Joyner-Kersee (USA) 6841
1987
 
 Siegfried Wentz (FRG) 8645  Anke Behmer (GDR) 6692
1988
 
 Uwe Freimuth (GDR) 8381  Anke Behmer (GDR) 6805
1989
 
 Christian Plaziat (FRA) 8485  Anke Behmer (GDR) 6686
1990
 
 Christian Schenk (GDR) 8481  Sabine Braun (FRG) 6604
1991
 
 Michael Smith (CAN) 8427  Sabine Braun (GER) 6584
1992
 
 Robert Změlík (TCH) 8627  Sabine Braun (GER) 6985
1993
 
 Eduard Hämäläinen (BLR) 8604  Svetla Dimitrova (BUL) 6594
1994
 
 Eduard Hämäläinen (BLR) 8735  Sabine Braun (GER) 6665
1995
 
 Erki Nool (EST) 8575  Ghada Shouaa (SYR) 6715
1996
 
 Michael Smith (CAN) 8626  Ghada Shouaa (SYR) 6942
1997
 
 Eduard Hämäläinen (FIN) 8617  Denise Lewis (GBR) 6736
1998
 
 Erki Nool (EST) 8672  Irina Belova (RUS) 6466
1999
 
 Tomáš Dvořák (CZE) 8738  DeDee Nathan (USA) 6577
2000
 
 Tomáš Dvořák (CZE) 8900  Eunice Barber (FRA) 6842
2001
 
 Roman Šebrle (CZE) 9026 [11]  Eunice Barber (FRA) 6736
2002
 
 Roman Šebrle (CZE) 8800  Shelia Burrell (USA) 6363
2003
 
 Roman Šebrle (CZE) 8807  Carolina Klüft (SWE) 6602
2004
 
 Roman Šebrle (CZE) 8842  Carolina Klüft (SWE) 6820
2005
 
 Roman Šebrle (CZE) 8534  Carolina Klüft (SWE) 6824
2006
 
 Bryan Clay (USA) 8677  Carolina Klüft (SWE) 6719
2007
 
 Andrei Krauchanka (BLR) 8617  Carolina Klüft (SWE) 6681
2008
 
 Dmitriy Karpov (KAZ) 8504  Tatyana Chernova (RUS) 6618
2009
 
 Michael Schrader (GER) 8522  Nataliya Dobrynska (UKR) 6558
2010
 
 Bryan Clay (USA) 8483  Jessica Ennis (GBR) 6689
2011
 
 Trey Hardee (USA) 8689  Jessica Ennis (GBR) 6790
2012
 
 Hans van Alphen (BEL) 8519  Jessica Ennis (GBR) 6906
2013
 
 Damian Warner (CAN) 8307  Brianne Theisen (CAN) 6376
2014
 
 Trey Hardee (USA) 8518  Katarina Johnson-Thompson (GBR) 6682

References

  1. ^ "Götzis records and winners of all-times". www.decathlon2000.com. 2010-12-02. Retrieved 2010-12-02. 
  2. ^ Decathlon World Record
  3. ^ "Kasyanov, Ennis the day 1 leaders in Gotzis – IAAF Combined Events Challenge".  
  4. ^ Diego Sampaolo (2011-05-29). "World champions Hardee and Ennis set world season leads in Götzis - IAAF Combined Events Challenge".  
  5. ^ "Hypo-Meeting 2012 Women's Results".  
  6. ^ Diego Sampaolo (1 June 2014). "Hardee back on top, Johnson-Thompson breaks through in Gotzis".  
  7. ^ "Hypo-Meeting 2012 Women's Results".  
  8. ^ "Götzis records and winners of all-times". www.decathlon2000.com. 2010-12-02. Retrieved 2010-12-02. 
  9. ^ Decathlon World Record
  10. ^ Decathlon World Record
  11. ^ Decathlon World Record

See also

External links

  • Official website
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