Decastar 2019 - 22 & 23 june
22 & 23 june 2019
Plaine des sports de Thouars
The world’s best combined event athletes will come to Talence for the 43rd Decastar edition!
The ADEM is honoured to receive for the first time in Talence, The French athletic team "in a Decastar way" ! The audience will be able to enjoy the presence of almost all the European medalist. Here is the startlist for the French team : For the heptathlon 100m...read more
Septembre 1992, Dan O’BRIEN broke the Decathlon world record in Talence, in the “Thouars Stadium” with 8891 points! Earlier in the year, for the US Olympic trials he failed his 3 attemps in the pole vault and missed his chances to qualify for the Barcelona Olympic...read more
The Decastar 42nd edition is over, but will stay in our memory forever ! This Sunday 16th of September around 6:25pm, the French decathlete Kévin MAYER, world champion, broke the world record with 9126 points. Twelve women and sixteen men started this Decastar, ready...read more
The Decastar is an international combined event meeting, welcoming some of the world’s best athletes each year at the Pierre Paul Bernard stadium in Talence,.
Over more than 40 years, world’s best-known athletes wrote the most beautiful stories in the history of the Decastar meeting.
With some of the world best performances, world records were beaten. For most athletes, the decastar became the place to be and according to some, remains their favorite event thanks to the great atmosphere created by the public.
The ADEM (organization for the development of combined events) composed mainly of volunteers is the organizer of the Decastar meeting. Their main role is transmitting the sport values in the Nouvelle Aquitaine region.
The ADEM, in addition to held up high the decastar, has a second mission. It offers training support for young top athletes through its training center called “Collèges Athletes”. It participates to the development and the promotion of the combined event in the region.
The Talence Combined event center, in connection with the Aquitaine athletics clubs and the Victor Louis high school, allows young athletes to benefit from sports facilities and permanent supervision.
With this “college athletes”, the ADEM wants to support the combined event development on the Aquitaine territory by reinforcing its training policy.