Here's what it takes to be crowned 'Wall Street's Best Athlete'
In the span of what ended up lasting eight hours, athletes competed in a 400-meter run, football throw, pull-ups, 40-yard dash, dips, 500-meter row, vertical jump, 20-yard shuttle, bench press, and an 800-meter run.
Former NFL player Mark Rubin captured the title for the fifth consecutive year. Rubin, 30, is a vice president at ICAP and previously worked as a VP at Barclays.
A former Penn State safety who had a brief stint in the NFL with the St. Louis Rams, Rubin finished the event with the most points overall at 7,738 points.
His results were impressive: he managed 59 reps for the dips, 41 reps bench pressing and a 54.72 second 400 meters.
Greco, 29, is a former University of Central Florida quarterback who played for the New York Giants and the Green Bay Packers when they won the Super Bowl in 2011.
A shattered humerus from a car accident ended his NFL career early, and Greco is a now in sales at KGS Alpha Capital Markets.
Greco trained for for months for the decathlon and cut out carbs to reduce his body weight - not easy, he explains, coming from an Italian family. This is his first year competing in Decathlon and he plans to return.
Jefferies Associate Randy Giveans, 31, came in third overall and also won the 400m run.
The award for the Most Valuable Player went to Michael Bissmeyer, 37, a Director at RBC Capital Markets. He won the award for the highest number of points combined with the most money raised.
Bessemeyer raised over $35,000 for cancer research and also placed top in the football throw at 79 yards and the 40 yard dash.
The Citi trader keeps fit throughout the year through a mixture of boxing, pilates and flag football. She told Business Insider she is now looking forward to a trip to the South of France which will include no workouts and a lot of time on the beach.
The decathletes are competing for more than just bragging rights, as all proceeds from the Decathlon go to charity.
Since the Decathlon started in 2009, the event has raised over $7 million for pediatric cancer research at Memorial Sloane Kettering Cancer Center, an issue near and dear to many of the athlete's hearts.