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Insane ending at the Talence Decastar heptathlon :yikes: 

 

Dutch Emma Oosterwegel has 9 points to defend on Austrian Ivona Dadic in the 800m. Dadic attacks in the last lap and gets a gap of 1-2 seconds, which is enough. Oosterwegel pulls absolutely everything out of it though, and closes the gap back to a little under 0,7 seconds.....the result?

 

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I do not think I have seen that in the recent past :d 

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4 hours ago, heywoodu said:

Insane ending at the Talence Decastar heptathlon :yikes: 

 

Dutch Emma Oosterwegel has 9 points to defend on Austrian Ivona Dadic in the 800m. Dadic attacks in the last lap and gets a gap of 1-2 seconds, which is enough. Oosterwegel pulls absolutely everything out of it though, and closes the gap back to a little under 0,7 seconds.....the result?

 

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I do not think I have seen that in the recent past :d 

https://www.worldathletics.org/disciplines/combined-events/heptathlon

 

"Should athletes end the competition tied on points, then the athlete with the most points in the majority of the events wins. If the tie remains, the athlete with the most points in any one of the events is awarded the win."

 

Or have they changed this rule and not updated the webpage?

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4 minutes ago, Dragon said:

https://www.worldathletics.org/disciplines/combined-events/heptathlon

 

"Should athletes end the competition tied on points, then the athlete with the most points in the majority of the events wins. If the tie remains, the athlete with the most points in any one of the events is awarded the win."

 

Or have they changed this rule and not updated the webpage?

The answer is yes. They changed this rule but not the webpage

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