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Schrader and Dobrynska win Combined Events Challenge in Gotzis

Gotzis, Austria – Germany’s Michael Schrader sensationally won the 35th edition of the Hypo Meeting in Götzis with a new world seasonal best of 8522 points beating American Trey Hardee by just six points. Olympic champion Nataliya Dobrynska of Ukraine won the Heptathlon with 6558 points, the second best performance in the world this year.

Gotzis, Austria – Germany’s Michael Schrader sensationally won the 35th edition of the Hypo Meeting in Götzis with a new world seasonal best of 8522 points beating American Trey Hardee by just six points. Olympic champion Nataliya Dobrynska of Ukraine won the Heptathlon with 6558 points, the second best performance in the world this year.

Pascal Berenbruch completed a great day for Germany in third place with a new PB of 8374. World record holder and World champion Roman Sebrle from Czech Republic finished fourth with 8348 points beating overnight leader Oleksiy Kasyanov, fifth with 8266, a new career best. New lifetime bests were set by German Norman Müller (8272) and Nicklas Wiberg from Sweden (8213 points)……READ MORE

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Source: IAAF

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