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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 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.
Olympic Heptathlon Essentials - Track and Field - About.com
The five-event pentathlon was added in 1964, then was replaced by the seven- event heptathlon in 1984. Will a women's Olympic decathlon follow some day?
An Illustrated History of the Heptathlon - Track and Field - About.com
The early days of the heptathlon. - Tony Duffy/Getty Images. Glynis Nunn at the 1984 Olympics. Tony Duffy/Getty Images. First, there was the pentathlon. At least ...
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 ...
Heptathlon Olympic Medalists - Track and Field - About.com
The Women's heptathlon Gold, Silver, and Bronze Medal Winners from the Olympic Games.
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 heptathlon - Track and Field - About.com
A comprehensive look at Olympic heptathlon, including rules, past results and photo galleries.
Greatest Moments In Olympic Heptathlon - Track & Field - About.com
The greatest moments and top achievements in the heptathlon from the first Olympic competition in 1984 to Athens in 2004.
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 ...