Sports Stud Sunday – Czechen Decathlon Athlete Roman Sebrle

Handsome, rugged and sexy as hell,  Roman Šebrle was born 26 November 1974 in Lanškroun and is an athlete from the Czech Republic. Originally a high-jumper, he competes in decathlon and heptathlon for team Dukla Praha. He is a world record holder in decathlon – in 2001 in Götzis he became the first decathlete ever to achieve over 9000 points and set the record at 9026 points, succeeding his compatriot Tomas Dvorak, who scored 8994 points two years earlier. (He got 9000 of those points for having the bulge and butt.  LOL)

After placing second in the decathlon of the 2000 Summer Olympics, Šebrle won the gold medal in the 2004 Summer Olympics.

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