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Topic - Trey Hardee
Olympic silver medalist Trey Hardee won the men's decathlon at the IAAF Hypo Meeting on Sunday in the American's first completed event since finishing runner-up at the 2012 London Games.
World record-holder Asthon Eaton extended his lead to 222 points over American teammate Trey Hardee after eight of 10 events in the Olympic decathlon on Thursday.
Ashton Eaton is more concerned with getting a medal than breaking his world mark. The American is ahead of the pack after the opening three events of the Olympic decathlon Wednesday, amassing an 105-point lead over world champion Trey Hardee.
Ashton Eaton likes to compare decathlons to life — the ups and downs, the good and bad, the setbacks and comebacks.
"This victory is very sweet," said Hardee, who didn't finish his two decathlons last year at the U.S. and the world championships due to injuries. "It was a tough struggle with a young German having the event of his life."
"I've never been happier a decathlon is over," said Hardee, who also won the event in 2011 and was runner-up two years earlier. "It was tough because it wasn't going well."