The origin of the Pentathlon is the Greek pentathlon. During the modern pentathlon was introduced, which held a men's Play is in 1912, 1920 and 1924. This was won byJim Thorpe in 1912 from the United States and in 1920 and 1924 by Eero Lehtonen from Finland. After Thorpe broke the amateur rules, he had to give up his gold medal to Ferdinand Reinhardt Bie from Norway, which now officially is listed as a winner. It was only in 1983 is Thorpe rehabilitated. A outdoorversie of the women's pentathlon was founded in 1924. In 1981 this is officially replaced by the heptathlon and there is only a pentathlon that indoor is practiced. Unofficially, there is a outdoorvijfkamp, both for women and men, which also have official status at masters . In the men's long jump, pentathlon from the Javelin throw, 200 m, 1500 mand discus throw . In the women's is the Pentathlon as set out in the seventies was practiced by all women: 100 m hurdles, high jump, shot put, long jump and800 m. There is also another object pentathlon which is popular especially at the masters. This consists of hammer throw, shot put, discus throw, Javelin throw and weight throw.
The indoor pentathlon for women includes:
The athletes must complete the five parts in one day. They start with 60 m hurdles, high jump, shot put in the morning. In the afternoon, then follow the long jump and 800 m.
The lines of the individual numbers are applicable. At the object numbers and the long jump, however, may only be undertaken 3 attempts instead of 6. At the running events may cause false starts the athlete 2 instead of 1. The athletes can earn points in each discipline, according to a system that is established by the IAAF for an explanation (see the article on the all-around).
|1||Natalya Dobrynska||||5013||9 March 2012||Istanbul|
|2||Irina Belova||||4991||15 February 1992||Berlin|
|2||Carolina Klüft||||4984||4 March 2005||Madrid|
|3||Jessica Ennis||||4965||9 March 2012||Istanbul|
|4||Carolina Klüft||||4948||4 March 2005||Madrid|
|5||Carolina Klüft||||4944||March 2, 2007||Birmingham|
|6||Jessica Ennis||||4937||March 13, 2010||Doha|
|7||Carolina Klüft||||4933||14 March 2003||Birmingham|
|8||Kelly Sotherton||||4927||March 2, 2007||Birmingham|
|9||Ekaterina Bolshova||||4896||7 February 2012||Moscow|
|10||Natalya Dobrynska||||4880||16 February 2012||Sumy|
|11||Tia Hellebaut||||4877||February 11, 2007||Ghent|
|12||Tia Hellebaut||||4867||March 7, 2008||Valencia|
|13||Svetlana Moskalets||||, located||3 February 1995||Chelyabinsk|
|14||Tatyana Chernova||||4 855||February 3, 2010||Penza|
|15||Kelly Sotherton||||4852||March 7, 2008||Valencia|