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  • n. Plural form of heptathlon.

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Examples

  • Heading into the NACAC championships, Akinniyi can boast of scoring at least 5,500 points in three-consecutive heptathlons.

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  • He's going to be a major factor in indoor heptathlons this winter, but he now has to think of himself as a star in "individual" events, too, and he wants to take on the top collegiate 800-meter runners.

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  • Of those, he didn't manage to complete only three decathlons and two heptathlons.

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  • During his career, Sebrle has won 41 competitions: 29 decathlons and 12 heptathlons.

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  • To date, he was competed in 71 decathlons and 27 heptathlons.

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  • The men compete in the heptathlons, which include the 60-meter dash, the long jump, the shot put, the high jump, the 60-meter hurdles, the pole vault and the 1,000-meter run.

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  • The meet will be on Friday and Saturday with the pentathlons and heptathlons beginning on Friday and ending early Saturday.

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  • 'We could end up competing against each other so it'll be hard but I'm planning to do the Europeans, not the Commonwealth Games, next year and just do two or three heptathlons in all.

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  • Joyner-Kersee, the winner of two Olympic heptathlons (she missed a third win by five points) and one long jump, was in India on a promotional appearance when she was asked about Jones, who had to forfeit five Olympic medals after admitting to performance-enhancing drug use.

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