10”68 au 100m
7m40 Ã la Longueur
16m20 au Poids
On continue ðŸ‘ŠðŸ¼
Hauteur Ã 15h30
400m Ã 17h00
(Heure de Paris) pic.twitter.com/mxJKSclaMw
— Kevin MAYER (@mayer_deca) December 18, 2020
Kevin Mayer , the world record holder in the decathlon, scored a good 8,552 points and made the Olympic standards….
Mayer gets Tokyo qualifier and WL 8552
— Kevin MAYER (@mayer_deca) December 19, 2020
LA REUNION (FRA, Dec 20): In his first completed decathlon since breaking the world record in September 2018, Kevin Mayer scored a world lead of 8552 points at the Meeting de la Reunion to qualify for his third successive Olympics. Mayer began his second day with a lifetime best of 13.54 in the 110m hurdles and also performed well in the throws with 50.32m in the discus and 67.66m in the javelin. He also cleared 4.65m in the pole vault off a six-stride approach and finished with 4:47.74 in the 1500m. Mayer won by over 500 points from the Estonian duo of Taavi Tsernjavski (8030 points) and Risto Lillemets (7993 points) who finished second and third respectively. Colombia’s Evelis Aguilar won the heptathlon with 6055 points from Estonia’s Mari Klaup (6014 points) and Austria’s Sarah Lagger (6010 points) with Ukraine’s 2013 world champion Hanna Kasyanova fourth with 5782 points.
This is a piece I wrote on Kevin Mayer last week: https://www.runblogrun.com/2020/12/kevin-mayer-decathlon-world-record-holder-has-modest-aspirations-in-la-reunion-this-weekend.html