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Cedric Dubler

Cedric Dubler (athletics) is the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games men’s decathlon bronze medallist. After winning bronze in the decathlon at his first Games, Dubler would love nothing more than to win Australia’s first gold medal in the event since Jagan Hames at Kuala Lumpur in 1998, at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, his second career Games. Becoming the first Australian to compete in an Olympic decathlon since Scott Ferrier at Sydney 2000, Cedric finished 14th at the Rio 2016 Olympics (8024pts). His 11th place at Doha in 2019 was also the best finish by an Australian in decathlon at the world championships. Dubler’s efforts in encouraging teammate Ash Moloney in the closing stages of the 1500m at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games to win a historic decathlon bronze medal was recognised by the Australian Olympic Committee who named him as the winner of the inaugural Cecil Healy Award for Outstanding Sportsmanship. Dubler has been a mentor to Moloney, who has now taken most of his records. Cedric tried most events at Little Athletics and after training for the pole vault with Eric Brown, the Brisbane coach soon realised he had a potential decathlete on his hands. He left Brown’s squad after Tokyo, moving to use specialist coaches. 

Sport / Discipline

Athletics

Birth Place

Brisbane

Birth state

QLD

Date of Birth

13/01/1995

Age

27

Gold Coast, 2018

Results History

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