1990 Hypo-Meeting

The 16th edition of the annual Hypo-Meeting took place on June 16 and June 17, 1990 in Götzis, Austria. The track and field competition featured a decathlon (men) and a heptathlon (women) event.

Men's DecathlonEdit

ScheduleEdit

June 16
  1. 100 m
  2. Long Jump
  3. Shot Put
  4. High Jump
  5. 400 m
June 17
  1. 110 m hurdles
  2. Discus Throw
  3. Pole Vault
  4. Javelin Throw
  5. 1,500 m

RecordsEdit

World Record   Daley Thompson (GBR) 8847 [1] August 9, 1984   Los Angeles, United States
Event Record   Daley Thompson (GBR) 8730 May 23, 1982   Götzis, Austria

ResultsEdit

Rank Athlete Decathlon Points
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1   Christian Schenk (GDR) 11,36 7.73 15.58 2.23 49,68 15,29 48.12 4.80 63.74 4.30,18 8481
2   Dezső Szabó (HUN) 11,05 7.51 13.31 2.05 47,25 14,52 39.06 5.20 58.38 4.21,83 8306
3   Siegfried Wentz (FRG) 10,98 7.28 14.94 2.02 48,85 14,26 41.82 4.70 60.08 4.34,51 8138
4   Petri Keskitalo (FIN) 10,93 7.65 14.42 1.99 49,93 14,50 39.04 4.90 60.32 4.49,99 8012
5   Henrik Dagård (SWE) 10,88 7.32 13.21 2.05 47,88 14,64 41.06 4.70 63.28 4.54,08 8004
6   Beat Gähwiler (SUI) 11,35 7.10 13.83 1.93 49,42 14,69 41.40 4.80 63.96 4.14,96 7995
7   Frank Müller (FRG) 11,03 7.57 13.63 2.05 48,43 14,65 38.68 4.50 57.66 4.35,45 7952
8   Aleksei Lyakh (URS) 11,36 7.55 15.24 2.05 51,49 14,96 43.42 5.00 64.54 5.07,55 7951
9   Michael Kohnle (FRG) 10,95 7.20 15.08 1.99 48,74 14,43 40.90 4.50 60.62 4.49,27 7930
10   Norbert Demmel (FRG) 11,40 6.83 15.96 1.90 49,71 14,78 50.04 4.60 58.38 4.32,89 7915
11   Lars Warming (DEN) 11,11 7.35 13.71 1.96 48,11 14,63 40.16 4.80 50.28 4.23,64 7908
12   Gernot Kellermayr (AUT) 10,67 7.46 13.95 1.93 48,52 14,61 40.56 4.60 56.94 4.46,41 7904
13   Igor Maryin (URS) 11,12 7.18 14.62 1.96 51,19 15,36 47.78 4.60 60.50 4.36,69 7852
14   Robert de Wit (NED) 11,25 6.82 14.70 1.90 49,62 14,53 43.06 4.60 58.04 4.38,20 7718
15   Stefan Schneider (SUI) 11,46 7.05 12.79 2.05 50,42 14,92 40.14 4.60 57.88 4.25,74 7681
16   Sándór Munkácsi (HUN) 11,18 7.12 12.58 1.96 48,88 14,63 38.18 4.40 53.44 4.25,56 7607
17   Karl-Heinz Fichtner (FRG) 11,37 7.02 14.74 1.96 51,26 15,62 40.02 5.00 56.30 4.44,94 7579
18   Csaba Fábián (HUN) 11,24 7.24 12.92 1.96 50,29 14,88 36.56 4.50 54.54 4.30,67 7524
19   René Schmidheiny (SUI) 11,66 6.86 15.48 1.93 53,32 15,30 45.36 4.30 65.52 4.42,91 7500
20   Michael Arnold (AUT) 10,95 7.30 12.64 1.93 50,20 15,34 42.54 4.10 57.76 4.55,39 7409
21   Alper Kasapoglu (TUR) 11,20 7.36 13.25 1.90 50,70 14,58 36.92 4.40 51.12 4.45,00 7384
22   Knut Harald Gundersen (NOR) 11,57 6.88 14.00 1.93 51,92 15,30 43.90 4.00 57.12 4.41,75 7258
23   Martin Krenn (AUT) 11,58 6.62 14.07 1.90 50,76 15,53 38.88 4.40 56.12 4.39,19 7213
24   Matiaz Polak (YUG) 11,34 6.40 13.46 1.84 52,12 15,64 39.18 4.20 52.98 4.50,11 6882
  Mikhail Medved (URS) 11,15 7.35 15.88 2.08 51,63 14,69 45.54 4.80 50.68 DNF
  Sten Ekberg (SWE) 11,25 6.93 13.71 2.02 49,66 15,10 46.90 4.50 58.10 DNF

Women's HeptathlonEdit

ScheduleEdit

June 16
  1. 100 m hurdles
  2. High Jump
  3. Shot Put
  4. 200 m
June 17
  1. Long Jump
  2. Javelin Throw
  3. 800 m

RecordsEdit

World Record   Jackie Joyner-Kersee (USA) 7291 September 24, 1988   Seoul, South Korea
Event Record   Jackie Joyner-Kersee (USA) 6841 May 25, 1986   Götzis, Austria

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Score according to the 1985 tables. Thompson's mark was not a world record in 1984, but when the 1985 tables came into use, his mark became the record. They were both given credit to the world record.

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