This 43 page Media Guide/Handbook offers background, schedules, recent results, records and athlete's bios for the upcoming NCAA I Men's Decathlon to be held at Hayward Field, University of Oregon, Eugene. CLICK HERE 2013 NCAA o mens decathlon.
This 37 page media Guide/Handbook offers schedule, background, past results, records and athlete's bios for the upcoming NCAA I Women's heptathlon championships at the University of Oregon, Eugene. CLICK HERE 2013 NCAA o womens heptathlon
DECA Newsletter # 33 features 2nd day coverage from Mosle Stadium in Gotzis, Austria when Damian Warner captuerd the gold and 20 year old Gunnar Nixon, Edmond, OK, was 3rd with 8136 poinbts, earning him the title (and award) 'Rookie of the Meet.'CLICK HERE VolumeXXXVIIINumber33May(9),2013
DECA Newsletter # 32 offers 1st day coverage of the 39th Hypo Bank Meeting in Gotzis, Austria. There Canadian Damian Warner (Windsor, ONT) leads the 26 man field while 20 year old Gunnar Nixon, (left) in his initial international senior start, is 3rd via outstanding high jumping.CLICK HERE VolumeXXXVIIINumber32May(8),2013
DECA Newsletter # 31 offers 2nd day details of the national small college meets (NCAA II, III and NAIA) where J Patrick Smith/Chico State (center in photo at left), Eric Larson/Central(IA) and Rob Kenney/Doane(NE) were winners CLICK HERE VolumeXXXVIIINumber31May(7),2013.
DECA Newsletter # 30 offers coverage and first day results for the NCAA D-II (from Pueblo, CO), D-III (from l] LaCrosse, WI) and NAIA (from Marian, IN) national decathlons. J Patrick Smith/Chico State, Eric Larson/ Central(IA) and Austin Basterrechia/College of Idaho are the respective halfway leaders. Doane senior Ron Kenney/Callaway, NE (left) stands second at the NAIA affair.CLICK HERE: VolumeXXXVIIINumber30May(6),2013
DECA Newsletter #29 offers a short preview of the IAAF Combined Events Challenge meeting from Gotzis, Austria this weekend, May 25-26. Favorite Ashton Eaton, being cautious about a recent strained calf tendon, has withdrawn and so the lone Americans in the field are Jake Arnold and Gunnar Nixon. CLICK HERE VolumeXXXVIIINumber29May(5),2013
DECA Newsletter # 28 offers coverage of the very quiet 2rd weekend of May, 2013 where the major meet was the National Junior College affair in Hutchinson, KS. Pau Tonneson/Mesa CC was the 7102 victor. CLICK HERE VolumeXXXVIIINumber28May(4),2013
This updated Results Page cover the 2nd weekend of May, 2013 which featured 15 national meetings. It was the final window for NCAA D-I qualifying. The final NCAA I list is presented.CLICK HERE 2013 Outdoor Results
DECA Newsletter # 27 offers coverage of the final week/weekend of NCAA D-I qualifying at the major collegiate conferences. Weather was a major factor. The most impressive mark may have been Zach Ziemek's (left) 7640 to win the weather bitten Big Ten meet.Download VolumeXXXVIIINumber27May(3),2013