August 5 2021 — After six events, Belgian THIAM Nafissatou (5912) has a small but definite advantage over Dutch VETTER Anouk (5848). Follow us on Twitter: @INTEL_TODAY
THIAM Nafissatou is leading VETTER Anouk by 64 points. Is it enough to secure a Gold medal?
Thiam’s best time on 800 metres is 2:15.24 which is worth 890 points.
VETTER Anouk’s best result is 2:17.71 min.
Assuming that the athletes run about their best time, 64 points equate to almost 5 seconds.
That is quite an advantage…
Then again, as a wise guy once famously said:
“It is difficult to make predictions, especially about the future.” 
We shall know in just a few minutes…
UPDATE — THIAM Nafissatou wins the 2020 Tokyo Olympics Heptathlon. Congratulations and a special thought for her coach Roger Lespagnard.
Women’s Heptathlon | ATHLETICS – Highlights | Olympic Games – Tokyo 2020
Tokyo Olympics: Athletics – Women’s Heptathlon results — BBC
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Sport Intelligence — Tokyo Olympics Women’s Heptathlon