This newsletter covers the final three decathlon events from the Natioanl Stadium (Birdsnest) inBeijing. He posted a 8791 total to win byt the largest margin since 1972. Here are the details and results.CLICK HERE VolumeXXXIIINumber43August72008.pdf
This Newsletter, written early Friday morning, covers the first two events of Day Two (110m Hurdles and Discus) from beijing wherein Bryan Clay extends his overall lead to 283 points. WOW!CLICK HERE VolumeXXXIIINumber42August62008.pdf
This newsletter offers coverage of the 4th and 5th events of day one (high jump and 400 meters) and first day scores from Olympic decathlon in Beijing. Hold on to your hats folks. CLICK HEREVolumeXXXIIINumber41August52008.pdf
This Newsletter offers coverage of the first three events of the Olympic decathlon in bejing where Bryan Clay came ready to comepete, winning the first two evenst and getting a lifetime best in the third (sp). Yank Trey hardee stands 3rd. Injured, Tom Pappas withdrew. A second newsletter, at the end of day one, is coming.
This Media Guide offers schedules, records and biographical information on all the important contenders, including the 3 Americans: Bryan Clay, Tom Pappas and Trey Hardee, as well as bio for USA collegians. Indispensable if you are going to follow the Olympic Games decathlon.CLICK HERE 2008_olympic_games.pdf
This Media Guide offers schedules, list on major entries and bios on the major contenders and records for the upcoming Olympic Games women's heptathlon in Beijing. Absolutely necessary to follow the competition.CLICK HERE2008_olympic_games_w_hept.pdf
This updated results page offers complete details of all recent American decathlon efforts, inlcuding the Thorpe Cup (USA vs Germany) and NACAC U23 in Mexico as well as updated national lists.CLICK HERE 2008_results.pdf
This newsletter provides a pair of Olympic stories for US decathletes Chris Boyles and Jangy Addy. One is frustrating, the other uplifting. As well, we compile of list of Olympic decathlon medal predictions.CLICK HERE VolumeXXXIIINumber39August32008.pdf