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Report15 Jul 2017

Report: heptathlon day two – IAAF World U18 Championships Nairobi 2017

Overnight leader Maria Vicente knew she had to extend her lead in the first heptathlon event of the second day if she was going to challenge for the gold medal.

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Report14 Jul 2017

Report: heptathlon day one – IAAF World U18 Championships Nairobi 2017

The girls’ heptathlon started in similar fashion to the boys’ decathlon two days prior: with one of Germany’s medal hopes picking up an injury in the second discipline.

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Previews07 Jul 2017

Preview: girls' heptathlon – IAAF World U18 Championships Nairobi 2017

A new generation of heptathletes has emerged in recent years.

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Report19 Jul 2015

Girls' heptathlon – IAAF World Youth Championships, Cali 2015

With an astonishing comeback on the second day of competition, Switzerland’s Geraldine Ruckstuhl moved from sixth to first and set a championship record of 6037 points to take gold in a thrilling finale to the girls’ heptathlon at the IAAF World Youth Championships, Cali 2015 on Saturday night (18).

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Report18 Jul 2015

Girls' heptathlon, day 1 – IAAF World Youth Championships, Cali 2015

Cuba’s Adriana Rodriguez produced two personal bests on day one of the girls’ heptathlon on Friday (17) to lead the field overnight, the 16-year-old leaving pre-event favourites Alina Shukh of Ukraine and Sarah Lagger of Austria with considerable work to do on the second day of the event at the IAAF World Championships, Cali 2015.

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Report17 Jul 2015

Maihofer leads heptathlon in Cali, Williams and Petersson impress in qualifiers

After a thrilling end to the decathlon on Thursday, it was the turn of the girls’ combined event exponents to start going through their paces at the IAAF World Youth Championships, Cali 2015 and, slightly surprisingly, it was Germany’s Lisa Maihofer who led the way after two events in the heptathlon on Friday morning (17).

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Previews14 Jul 2015

Girls' heptathlon preview – IAAF World Youth Championships Cali 2015

If previous form is to be believed, then the girls’ heptathlon should come down to a head-to-head duel between world youth leaders Ukraine’s Alina Shukh and Austria’s Sarah Lagger.

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