Heptathlon Odds

Heptathlon Betting

The Heptathlon is a multi discipline event for women combining both track and field events. As suggested by its title there are seven areas of contest, designed to exemplify the olympic motto of Faster, Higher, Stronger, consisting of 100 metre hurdles, high jump, shot putt, 200 metres, long jump, javelin and 800 metres. Each event is scored on a points system according to the speed or distance achieved by the athletes with the highest scoring competitor winning.

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2020 Heptathlon Odds

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2016 Women's Heptathlon Final Result

Final: Saturday 13th August 2016

Result Athlete Nationality Total Points
1st Mafissatou Thiam Belgium 6810
2nd Jessica Ennis Great Britain 6775
3rd Brianne Theisen-Eaton Canada 6653

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The world record for the event is held by Jackie Joyner Kersee of the USA who set a score of 7291 points in 1988, whereas the current Olympic Champion is Jessica Ennis of Great Britain.

With so many disciplines to negotiate injury is the biggest challenge for any heptathlete.

Heptathlon Medallists

Year Host Gold Silver Bronze
1984 Los Angeles AustraliaGlynis Nunn USAJackie Joyner-Kersee West GermanySabine Everts
1988 Seoul USAJackie Joyner-Kersee East GermanySabine John East GermanyAnke Behmer
1992 Barcelona USAJackie Joyner-Kersee USAIrina Belova USASabine Braun
1996 Atlanta SyriaGhada Shouaa BelarusNatallia Sazanovich Great BritainDenise Lewis
2000 Sydney Great BritainDenise Lewis Great BritainYelena Prokhorova BelarusNatallia Sazanovich
2004 Athens SwedenCarolina Kluft LithuaniaAustra Skujyt Great BritainKelly Sotherton
2008 Beijing UkraineNataliya Dobrynska USAHyleas Fountain USATatyana Chernova
2012 London Great BritainJessica Ennis USALilli Schwarzkopf USATatyana Chernova
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