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Ivona Dadic

My journey

From an early age I always had a passion for sports and the competitive nature. Track and field came very natural for me since I always liked training in many different fields. Fast forward a couple of years and I had already won my first national competition.

That was the first spark that made me realize that I could turn my dream into a reality. But still I had a long way to go. The journey has been a rollercoster but we have arrived to this point and I do not plan on slowing down. 

Biggest Honours

Here are some of my biggest awards during my career. Some of these moments still feel like a dream. 

Austrian Sportswoman of the year 2020

Lower Austria sportswoman of the year 2016/2017/2020

Austrian Athlete of the year 2016/2017/2018/2020/2021

Personal bests

Heptathlon 6552p

Olympiastadium, Berlin

Pentathlon 4767p

(Austrian record)

Kombank Arena, Beograd 

1h heptathlon 6235p


Umdasch Stadion, Amstetten

Upcoming meetings



World Championships Indoor

Glasgow, Scotland | 01.03.24 – 03.03.24



Olympic Games

Paris, France | 01.08.24 – 11.08.24

Partners & Sponsors

Partners & Sponsors


Ivona hands over the throphy at the Austrian cup final

This Austrian cup final was played between FC Red Bull Salzburg and LASK where FC Red Bull Salzburg won the game by 3-0. Ivona was invited to take part in this event and this photo was taken before the game started. 

Greatest highlights

World best list – 2020 Götzis

At the end of 2020, she was the first Austrian since 1971 to be on top of the  worlds best list.

One hour Heptathlon (World record) – Amstetten 2020

Ivona Dadic set a world record with 6235 points in a one-hour heptathlon in Amstetten, Austria.

Indoor World Championships – Birmingham 2018

Ivona Dadic smashed her own national record when receiving the World Championship indoor pentathlon silver medal in Birmingham.

Indoor European Championship – Belgrade 2017

This was a huge competition for Ivona when she got a massive 4767 at the pentathlon that earned her the silver medal.

3x Olympian – London 2012, Rio de Janerio 2016, Tokyo 2020

In 2012 Ivona was the first Austrian woman competing at the olympic games in a heptathlon event ever. 

In 2016 she was back again for her second olympic games and finished the competition with 6155.

In 2020 she qualified for her third olympic games in tokyo, where she scored 6.403 points.

European Championship – Amsterdam 2016

This was the day when Ivona managed to break the Austrian heptathlon record with 6408 points. This earned her a bronze medal at the European Championship in Amsterdam.

European Championship U23 – Tallinn 2015

At the age of 22 Ivona recieved the bronze medal in Tallinn when she scored 6033 points at the heptathlon event.