May 31 / June 01, 2025

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Review Day 1 – 49. Hypomeeting Götzis

The eventful first day of competition full of athletics highlights came to an end.

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Ehammer started day 2 as the leader, Warner 16 points behind in the hunt for victory: 
There were also new personal bests in the men's 100m run. Eleven new PB's in four runs! In the last and fastest run, Damian Warner opened his 11th hypomeeting with a fantastic time of 10.20 seconds, giving him 1,047 points. But in the same run Simon Ehammer, Lindon Victor and Johannes Erm also set a new personal best Australian Ashley Moloney equalized his PB in that run.

This was followed by the women's high jump, Michelle Atherley in Group B and the Swiss Mathilde Rey won Group A with a jump of 1.80m.

The men's long jump continued as brilliantly as the first discipline had ended. Simon Ehammer did an amazing jump in his first attempt and was also able to win the long jump with this strong 8.25m - and thus also took over the leader starting number from Damian Warner. But Lindon Victor was also able to show a strong long jump and with 7.73m increased his previous personal best by 17cm. Sven Roosen (NED) and Vilém Strasky (CZE) also set new records with distances of 7.48m and 7.47m respectively
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Lithuanian Edgaras Benkunskas then won the men's shot put with a strong 15.91m. Anouk Vetter also hit the ball over 15 meters, more precisely 15.37m, in the women's heptathlon. Leader Michelle Atherley also set a new record in the shot put.

Ken Mullings (BAH), Tim Nowak (GER) and Niels Pittomvils (BEL) equally won the men's high jump, as all three jumped a height of 2.03m. Even though Ken Mullings has already jumped significantly higher bars, Nils Laserich (GER) and the young Swiss Andrin Huber were visibly happy with a new PB and jumped 2.00m.
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After lots of fireworks, exciting moments and a great atmosphere, we spent the night in a well-filled stadium Simon Ehammer is the leader in the decathlon after five of ten disciplines with 4,601 points. But Damian Warner was hot on his heels and only 16 points behind. Ashley Moloney starts the second day 124 points behind from intermediate place 3.

In the heptathlon, the second day was to be opened by half-time leader Michelle Atherley, who started day 2 with 3,944 points. Anouk Vetter took the second day 118 points behind. The British Abigail Pawlett stayed in third place, 124 points behind Atherley.

The best Austrian after day 1 was Verena Mayr in 11th place. In a subsequent interview, she was satisfied with her first day, which was also day 1 of the Austrian championships for the Austrians. Ivona Dadic started the second day from 11th place with 3,619 points, Isabel Posch currently had 3,522 points in her account and was currently in 15th place. Chiara Schuler started the second day from 18th place with 3,433 points, Sarah Lagger took second place after the day 1 the 21st place.
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