Oiglane returns from injury with victories in Tallinn
Fourth in the decathlon at the IAAF World Championships in London two years ago, Oiglane threatened the world-leading mark of 6124 points in the heptathlon (although that mark was later surpassed by Thomas van der Plaetsen) with his total of 6085 points across the seven events at the European Athletics Indoor Permit Meeting.
Oiglane’s score was also a lifetime best for the heptathlon and he set a spree of individual indoor lifetime bests across the seven events: 7.07 in the 60m, 7.24m in the long jump, 15.16m in the shot put, 8.13 in the 60m hurdles and 5.19m in the pole vault - the latter also an outright lifetime best.
Oiglane is currently third on the 2019 European lists and looks in line to qualify for the heptathlon at the Glasgow 2019 European Athletics Indoor Championships from 1-3 March.
Oiglane took the plaudits in Tallinn ahead of teammate Karl-Robert Saluri with 5950 points with overnight leader Manuel Eitel from Germany third with 5905 points.
European Combined Events Team Championships Super League takes place at the Avanhard stadium. It was renovated in 2015 and certified by the IAAF as a Class 2 Athletics Facility in March 2016. Nowadays, it is a modern European athletics arena, which has already hosted many athletics competitions including International U18 Athletics Matches and Ukrainian National Championships.
Three hotels will be used as official ones for the European Combined Events Team Championships Super League. Teams' hotel complex Ukraine is located only 1.5km from Avanhard stadium. It is situated in the very center of the city and it has often hosted teams during athletics competitions and events.
Danylo Halytskyi Lviv International Airport is the official airport. It is located 150km away from Lutsk and it’s the largest airport in the Western Ukraine thanks to the big passenger flow and destination network.