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Mark Rubin left no doubt who’s the best athlete on Wall Street. The 29-year-old futures and options sales trader won his fourth straight Decathlon title on Sunday with a record-setting point total.

Bloomberg News reports that Rubin, a former Pennsylvania State University safety who spent time in training camp with a few National Football League teams, again finished ahead of his chief rivals - Collin Zych and Jay Li - to top the field of about 100 financial industry workers in the 10-event charity challenge.

The Decathlon this year raised approximately $1.3m for Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York.

Rubin, who starts a new job with ICAP next week, finished with an Decathlon-record 7,683 points. Greenhill’s Zych, a former Harvard University football captain who was briefly with the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys, was 221 points behind after third-place finishes the previous two years. Li, a 33-year-old equity analyst at Trafelet Brokaw, placed third - 298 points behind Rubin - after two straight runner-up finishes.

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Mark Rubin Wins 4th Decathlon Title as Wall Street’s Top Athlete

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