Former Husker Gyorgyi Farkas-Zsivoczky finished 15th in the heptathlon at the 2013 IAAF World Championships in Moscow on Tuesday.
Farkas-Zsivoczky, who was competing for Hungary, posted a total of 6,607 points. She started the competition with a time of 14.09 in the 100-meter hurdles, followed by a leap of 5-10 ¾ (1.80) in the high jump and a throw of 43-1 (13.13) in the shot put. She notched a time of 25.66 in the 200 meters before a jump of 20-2 ½ (6.16) in the long jump and a throw of 149-9 (45.43) in the javelin. She ended the two days of competition with a time of 2:15.28 in the 800 meters.