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Olympic Heptathlon Basics - Track and Field - About.com
What is Olympic Heptathlon? The women's-only heptathlon tests the competitors' overall athletic skills as they take on seven events in a two-day period.
Introduction to the Heptathlon - Track and Field - About.com
The heptathlon is the women's alternative to the decathlon in most competitions, including the Olympics. The heptathlon includes seven different events during ...
Olympic Heptathlon Essentials - Track and Field - About.com
A Comprehensive Look at Olympic Heptathlon. ... Jackie Joyner-Kersee high jumps at the 1996 U.S. Olympic heptathlon trials. Mike Powell/Getty Images ...
Olympic heptathlon - Track and Field - About.com
A comprehensive look at Olympic heptathlon, including rules, past results and photo galleries.
Greatest Moments In Olympic Heptathlon
The greatest moments and top achievements in the heptathlon from the first Olympic competition in 1984 to Athens in 2004.
Olympic Heptathlon Rules - Track and Field - About.com
The women's heptathlon rules are exactly the same as the men's decathlon rules except that the heptathlon consists of seven events, also held on two ...
Jessica Ennis: British Heptathlon Queen - Track and Field - About.com
In 2012 Ennis thrilled her home British fans by winning the Olympic heptathlon gold medal with a personal best 6,955 points. She led all heptathlon competitors ...
Olympic Highlights: Jackie Joyner-Kersee Wins Three Heptathlon ...
Women began competing in the five-event Olympic pentathlon in 1964, then moved to the seven-event heptathlon in 1984. Only Joyner-Kersee has earned two ...
An Illustrated History of the Heptathlon - Track and Field - About.com
First, there was the pentathlon. At least for women. Women's multi-sport competition began with the five-sport pentathlon, which became an Olympic event in ...
Heptathlon Action Photo Gallery - Track and Field - About.com
View action photographs of the heptathlon, which is one of the sports represented in the Summer Olympic Games.