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World Championships in Ultra Multievents on 24.-25.8.2019 (26.9.)
Joy, sun, sweat, companionship and hard competition!
The 28th World Championships in Ultra Multievents were arranged at the track in Eläintarha Helsinki, Finland. Organization thanks all participants, their supporters and especially all volunteers. Such great people!
Geraldine Finegan from Ireland made a new world record in W50, 10 380 points!
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Welcome to Ultra Multievents in Delft 14.-15.9.2019
Besides double decathlon and tetradecathlon it is possible to do a normal decathlon, and also a double decathlon with a team of 2. So the team has to compete in all events.. Read more >>
Tetradecathlon Indoor World Championships 2020 in France
France is willing to host the next Tetradecathlon Indoor World Championships.
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International 13th Helsinki Indoor Tetradecathlon 13.-14. April 2019
Hobart, Tasmania – Ultra Multievents 13. – 14.4.2019
First time in Tasmania! Results >>
Thank You Delft 2018!
Delft Athletics Club AV’40 organized great World Championships in Nederland in August 2018.
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4th IAUM World Indoor Championships & 12th Tetradecathlon
14-15.04.2018: Helsinki (FIN)
Icosathlon / Double Decathlon / Tetradecathlon / Ultra Multievents…
The Icosathlon is an Ultra Multievents competition consisting of 20 events contested over two days. Tetradecathlon for the women consists of 14 events.
There are several names to describe the 20- & 14-events combined. In the 1980’s, the name was ”Super Multievents”. In the 1990’s, the names were ”Double Decathlon” & ”Double Heptathlon”. They are still used today except in Japan where it is : ”Psychoathlon”. It is ”Ultramehrkampf” or ”Zwanzig-Kampf” in German, ”Twintig-Kamp” in Dutch, ”Kaksikymmenottelu” in Finnish and ”Icosathlon” in French.
International Association for Multievents (IAUM)