The modern era of track and field has nearly equalized opportunities at the sport’s highest levels for male and female athletes, with one key outlier: the combined events.

Although men have competed across 10 events in various forms of the decathlon since the 1890s, women are still limited to the seven-event heptathlon at the World Championships and Olympics.

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