Athlete Profile: Lean Dong
|Date of Birth:||1982-01-28|
|Best Total Points Performance||4240, CISM Military World Games (2011-07-16)||4240|
|Best 25m Swim Performance||2:20.24, 1240 Points World Cup 2007 5 Women (2007-05-24)||02:20:20|
|Best 50m Swim Performance||2:21.15, 1228 Points Senior World Championships (2007-08-14)||02:22:26|
|Best Riding Points||1200, 2005 World Cup Final (2005-08-20)||1060|
|Best Combined Performance||13:16.00, 1816 Points CISM Military World Games (2011-07-16)||13:16:00|
|Jul 2011||18th||CISM Military World Games, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||Senior||Final||12|
|Aug 2009||27th||Senior World Championships, London, Great Britain||Senior||Final||29|
|Jun 2009||2nd||Korean Open & Asian Championships, Seoul, Korea||Senior||Final||36|
|Apr 2009||10th||World Cup 2 2009, Cairo, Egypt||Senior||Final||38|
|Aug 2007||19th||Senior World Championships, Berlin, Germany||Senior||Qualification B||18|
|Jun 2007||21st||World Cup 2007 6, Rome, Italy||Senior||Qualification A||7|
|May 2007||14th||World Cup 2007 5 Women, Szekesfehervar, Hungary||Senior||Final||34|
|May 2007||4th||World Cup 2007 5 Women, Szekesfehervar, Hungary||Senior||Team-relay 3 members|
|May 2007||1st||Asia & Oceania Championships Olympic Qualification, Tokyo, Japan||Senior||Final||40|
|Aug 2005||15th||2005 World Cup Final, Uppsala, Sweden||Senior||Final|
|Aug 2005||15th||2005 World Championships, Senior Women, Warsaw, Poland||Senior||Final|
|Sep 2004||3rd||CISM WOMEN , Szekesfehervar, Hungary||Senior||Final|
|Sep 2004||4th||CISM WOMEN , Szekesfehervar, Hungary||Senior||Team-relay 3 members|
|Aug 2004||24th||Athens 2004 Olympics Games, Athens, Greece||Senior||Final|
|May 2004||13th||2004 World Championships (RUS), Moscow, Russia||Senior||Qualification A|
|May 2004||7th||2004 World Championships (RUS), Moscow, Russia||Senior||Team-relay 3 members|
|Apr 2004||11th||World Cup Beijing Women (CHN 2), Beijing, China||Senior||Final|
|Apr 2004||4th||Asian Championships (CHN 1), Beijing, China||Senior||Final|
|Dec 2003||1st||III Military World Games CISM (ITA 2), Catalina, Italy||Senior||Final|
|Jul 2003||11th||Senior World Championships (Women), Pesaro, Italy||Senior||Qualification C|
|Jul 2003||4th||Senior World Championships (Women), Pesaro, Italy||Senior||Team-relay 3 members|
|Oct 2002||2nd||Asian Games, Busan, Korea||Senior||Final|
|Jul 2002||10th||World Championships, San Francisco, United States of America||Senior||Final|
|May 2002||1st||Asian Championships, Tokyo, Japan||Senior||Final|
|Apr 2002||29th||World Cup 2, Madrid, Spain||Senior||Final|
|Jul 2001||17th||World Championships, Millfield, Great Britain||Senior||Qualification A|
|Mar 1999||17th||International Meeting, Cairo, Egypt||Senior||Qualification A|
NewsAyelen Zapata claims two golds at South American Championships
Nov 13th Nov, 13
The South American Modern Pentathlon Championships held in Chile this weekend at the Military Academy in Santiago saw Argentina’s Ayelen Zapata triumph in the Senior women’s draw before claiming a second gold by teaming up with Emanuel Zapata to take the Mixed Relay title.
Aug 19th Aug, 13
Chairperson: Mr Janusz Peciak (USA) Secretary Mr José Maria Paula Santos (POR) Members: Mr Marcelo Gonçales (BRA)Dr Walid Sayed (EGY)Mrs Corine Bouzou (FRA)Mr Endre Kovats Bonamie (ESP)Mr Pedro Petrushinski (GER)Mr Carlo Passiatore (ITA)Mr Dong-Kook Chung (KOR)Mr Dmitry Menshikov (RUS)Dr Vladimir Miller (SVK) Overview: The Technical Committee is comprised of members who have had extensive experience as international judges in all five disciplines of modern pentathlon or who have had high level experience in administration of the sport. The 10 member committee is chaired by the Sport Director who is an Executive Board member. The Committee overseas all the rules governing the sport and makes recommendations for changes to the rules, competition format and technical requirements to the Executive Board. The Committee appoints 2 members to attend each of the Category A competitions and other high level competitions to ensure that the competitions are conducted according to the rules and regulations.
Woongtae Jun sets new fastest single heat shoot World Record
Aug 11th Aug, 13
In the 3-Team Member Men’s Relay at the Youth A World Championships in Wuhan China today, Korea’s Woongtae Jun set a new World Record with the fastest ever single heat shoot with a laser pistol in a Modern Pentathlon competition. The 18-year-old hit his target five times in the space of just 7.22 seconds before going on to claim the gold medal with his team.
China & Korea win Men and Women’s Youth World Team Relays
Aug 11th Aug, 13
China capped a wonderful day of dominance at the Wuhan Sport Centre by winning the Women’s Youth A World Championships Women’s 3-Team Member Relay whilst Korea took gold in the Men’s event with a new World Record being set by Donggi Lee.
Youth A World Team Relay standings before combined
Aug 11th Aug, 13
After two events in the 3-Member Team Relay draws at the Youth A World Championships in Wuhan, Korea lead in the Men after winning the fence with 37 two-touch victories on the pistes and coming fourth in the swim to total 2160 points before the combined. The Chinese women are top of the charts with one event to go after winning both the swim and fence.
France’s Genard quickest in pool in Group B
Jul 26th Jul, 13
20-year-old Andy Genard from France records the fastest time in the pool in the Men’s Junior World Championships Qualification Group B, clocked at 2:00:26, to take points 1360 points to top the table going into the fence.
Complete List of UIPM Elected People
Oct 24th Oct, 12
With the dust now settling on the 2012 UIPM Congress, see below a full list of the UIPM elected people for the next 4 years:
Schormann Re-Elected & Bouzou Turns from Secretary General to Vice President
Oct 19th Oct, 12
After a very constructive first day of the 64th UIPM Congress in Buenos Aires, Argentina, half of the UIPM Executive Board have been elected for the next 4 years, with the remaining elections to be held tomorrow.