Italians boast deca stallion: WR at masters nationals

Complete results of the Italian masters nationals are in, and my Italian masters friend Rosa Marchi also sent a link to a list of age-group champions at the Milan nationals. Rosa points out that the short sprints were run into a wind. The meet’s headliner was Hubert Indra, who set an M50 world record in the decathlon with 7,824 points. That tops the listed WMA world record by Gary Miller Christel Donley’s ex-husband — who did 7,771 way back in 1989. An Italian track site talked up the record, too.

In 1983, Hubert was Italian open champ, with 7,614 points in the deca.
His PR appears to be 7,734 from 1982. In 2006, Hubert was the M45 world indoor pentathlon champion at Linz.
Now all we need are Hubert’s sequence of marks.

Here’s Hubert the hurdler. What a scalp-gifted stud.

Print Friendly

July 6, 2007

One Response

  1. STEFAN WALTERMANN - July 6, 2007

    M50: Hubert INDRA pt. 7.824 m.p.m.
    (13?¢‚Ǩ¬ù04 – 5,25 – 12,76 – 1,75 – 58?¢‚Ǩ¬ù83
    15?¢‚Ǩ¬ù74 – 40,44 – 4,00 (m.p.i.) – 47,80 – 5?¢‚Ǩ‚Ñ¢12?¢‚Ǩ¬ù73)

Leave a Reply