Athlete Profile: Sebastien Deleigne
|Date of Birth:||1967-07-04|
|Aug 2004||15th||Athens 2004 Olympics Games, Athens, Greece||Senior||Final|
|May 2004||23rd||2004 World Championships MEN (RUS), Moscow, Russia||Senior||Final|
|May 2004||9th||2004 World Championships MEN (RUS), Moscow, Russia||Senior||Team-relay 3 members|
|May 2004||10th||Westel World Cup MEN (HUN 2), Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Final|
|Apr 2004||28th||Beijing World Cup Men (CHN 1), Beijing, China||Senior||Final|
|Mar 2004||31st||World Cup Rio de Janeiro (BRA), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||Senior||Final|
|Mar 2004||30th||World Cup Queretaro, Queretaro, Mexico||Senior||Final|
|Feb 2004||2nd||African Championship EGY, Cairo, Egypt||Senior||Final|
|Jan 2004||3rd||Ciutat de barcelona (ESP), Barcelona, Spain||Senior||Final|
|Jul 2002||25th||World Championships, San Francisco, United States of America||Senior||Final|
|Jun 2002||10th||European Championships, Usti Nad Labem, Czech Republic||Senior||Final|
|Apr 2002||17th||World Cup 3, Sindelfingen, Germany||Senior||Qualification A|
|Apr 2002||25th||World Cup 2, Madrid, Spain||Senior||Final|
|Mar 2002||25th||World Cup 1, Mexico, Mexico||Senior||Final|
|Aug 2001||8th||World Cup Final, Moscow, Russia||Senior||Final|
|Jul 2001||31st||World Championships, Millfield, Great Britain||Senior||Final|
|Jun 2001||14th||European championships, Sofia, Bulgaria||Senior||Qualification B|
|Mar 2001||1st||Meeting International, Paris, France||Senior||Final|
|Mar 2001||10th||World Cup 1, Mexico, Mexico||Senior||Final|
|Oct 2000||24th||Qualifier World Championships, Bishkek, Kazakhstan||Senior||Final|
|Oct 2000||18th||World Cup Final Men, Aix en provence, France||Senior||Final|
|Sep 2000||4th||Sydney 2000 Olympics Games, Sydney, Australia||Senior||Final|
|Jun 2000||5th||Senior Men worldchampionhip, Pesaro, Italy||Senior||Final|
|May 2000||3rd||World Cup 5, Darmstadt, Germany||Senior||Qualification B|
|Apr 2000||10th||World Cup 4, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Qualification B|
|Mar 2000||10th||Memorial Ivan Deryugin, Kiev, Ukraine||Senior||Qualification B|
|Mar 2000||18th||World Cup, San Antonio, United States of America||Senior||Final|
|Mar 2000||3rd||XVI Copa Mexico, Mexico, Mexico||Senior||Qualification B|
|Oct 1999||5th||Asian Championships, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan||Senior||Final|
|Sep 1999||1st||World Cup Final, Sydney, Australia||Senior||Final|
|Jul 1999||5th||World Championships, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Final|
|Jun 1999||18th||Junior Qualif. W.Champs., Munich, Germany||Junior||Final|
|May 1999||6th||European Championships, Drzonkow, Poland||Senior||Qualification A|
|May 1999||1st||International meeting, Spiez, Switzerland||Senior||Final|
|May 1999||2nd||World Cup 5, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Qualification B|
|Apr 1999||11th||World Cup 4, Darmstadt, Germany||Senior||Qualification B|
|Apr 1999||14th||World Cup 3, Rome, Italy||Senior||Qualification B|
|Mar 1999||31st||International Meeting, Brugg, Switzerland||Senior||Final|
|Mar 1999||6th||World Cup 2, Mexico, Mexico||Senior||Final|
|Mar 1999||16th||World Cup 1, San Antonio, United States of America||Senior||Final|
|Feb 1999||10th||International Meeting, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Final|
NewsValentin Prades: "I am not afraid of going beyond the pain threshold"
Sep 26th Sep, 13
With Modern Pentathlon starlet Valentin Prades turning 21 today, we took the opportunity of putting a few questions to the talented Frenchman. You can also read the full interview in French below.
Aug 19th Aug, 13
Chairperson: Mrs Georgina Harland (GBR) Members: Mr Sebastien Dietz (GER)Mr Omar El Geziry (EGY)Mr Dmytro Kirpulyanskyy (UKR)Mr Andrei Moiseev (RUS)Miss Adrienn Toth (HUN) Overview: The Athlete's Committee develops the relationship and maintains the communication with the athletes and represents their interests on the Executive Board. The Athletes Committee is constantly aware of decisions and guidelines given by the Executive Board and the UIPM Committee's (in particular Technical, Business Affairs, Medical and Marketing and Media) in order to inform the athletes of changes and proposals taken into consideration. Athletes meetings are scheduled during the main competitions (World Championships, World Cup Final) to discuss issues needing to be brought to the attention of the Executive Board. The Athlete's Committee is also involved in managing the distribution of equipment provided by UIPM Sponsors.
Press Release: 52nd World Championships About to Take Off in Rome
May 3rd May, 12
The showpiece of the Modern Pentathlon calendar, the 2012 UIPM World Championships is about to begin.
Simpower Selected as Laser Shooting Provider for the London 2012 Olympics
Dec 12th Dec, 11
UIPM has been informed that Olympic Technology and Results provider, Omega have appointed Simpower as the Precision Laser Target provider for the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Precision Laser Targets
Oct 18th Oct, 11
Fans, spectators, athletes and coaches would have noticed that 4 competitions this year have been organised with Precision Laser Targets (PLT).
Men's World Championships Preview- Part 1 New Double World Champion?
Sep 1st Sep, 11
The 2011 season reaches its climax in September, during the 51st edition of World Championships in Moscow, Russia.
50th WCH: History of Men Modern Pentathlon World Championships
Aug 12th Aug, 10
The 2010 UIPM Modern Pentathlon World Championships in Chengdu, China on 1-7 September 2010 will mark the 50th edition of the world’s biggest Modern Pentathlon Championships. The first ever Modern Pentathlon World Championships were held in Stockholm, Sweden back in 1949. This event only attracted 21 participants from 7 nations and was a relatively low key event as the new competition was not accepted over night by the Pentathlon community. Bjurefelt from Sweden won the event to have the honour of being called the first ever Modern Pentathlon World Champion.
Mar 23rd Mar, 09
Athletes Committee Chairperson: Mrs Georgina Harland (GBR) Members: Mr Sebastien Dietz (GER)Mr Omar El Geziry (EGY)Mr Dmytro Kirpulyanskyy (UKR)Mr Andrei Moiseev (RUS)Miss Adrienn Toth (HUN) Overview: The Athlete's Committee develops the relationship and maintains the communication with the athletes and represents their interests on the Executive Board. The Athletes Committee is constantly aware of decisions and guidelines given by the Executive Board and the UIPM Committee's (in particular Technical, Business Affairs, Medical and Marketing and Media) in order to inform the athletes of changes and proposals taken into consideration. Athletes meetings are scheduled during the main competitions (World Championships, World Cup Final) to discuss issues needing to be brought to the attention of the Executive Board. The Athlete's Committee is also involved in managing the distribution of equipment provided by UIPM Sponsors. Technical Committee 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. Business Affairs Committee Chairperson: Mr Vjacheslav Aminov (RUS) Members: Mr Martin Dawe (GBR) Mr Andrejus Zadneprovskis (LTU) Mr Andrey Kuzmanov (BUL) Mr Horacio De La Vega (MEX) Mr Roman Markowski (POL) Mr Robert Stull (USA) Overview: The Business Affairs Committee (BAC) is comprised of the Finance, Marketing and Media Commissions. The BAC duties are to provide the UIPM Executive Board with proposals regarding the financial, marketing and media issues, and undertake projects related to financial, marketing and media issues as requested by the UIPM Executive Board. Some of the specific UIPM projects that the BAC oversees include the monthly UIPM newsletter, the bi-annual UIPM magazine, relationships with UIPM Sponsors, and the UIPM website. The BAC also seeks out new sources of financial support for UIPM. Medical Committee Chairperson: Prof Fabio Pigozzi (ITA) Members: Dr Natalia Ofitserova (BLR) Mr Marco Michelucci (BRA) Dr Atanas Andreev (BUL) Overview: The Medical Committee is aimed at promoting the management of all sports medicine aspects of Modern Pentathlon. Specifically with regard to the application of UIPM Medical Rules at UIPM competitions, with special emphasis on: Prevention of any illness and injury Medical assistance in competition, with special attention to environmental conditions influencing the athletes’ health and safety Nutritional care in sports events Veterinarian care of horses In addition the committee strives to support the scientific and medical in-depth investigation of biological, and physiological topics related to Modern Pentathlon. For the prevention and education of sports participants, the committee further works to improve the study of problems connected to the phenomenon of doping, and provides supervision and management of doping controls in and out-of-competition, with and without the assistance of WADA. TUE Committee Chairperson: Prof Fabio Pigozzi (ITA) Members: Prof. Joseph Cummiskey (IRL)Prof. Alessia Di Gianfrancesco (ITA)Prof. Paolo Borrione (ITA) Overview: If an athlete, to treat a pathological condition, requires a medication falling under the Prohibited List, a Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) may give that athlete the authorization to take the medicament he needs. Any decision regarding the grant, withdrawal, denial and recognition of TUE’s are taken by the UIPM Therapeutic Use Exemption Committee (TUEC). The TUEC is composed by at least 3 physicians with experience in the care and treatment of athletes and a recognized knowledge of clinical, sports and exercise medicine. The TUEC may seek whatever medical or scientific expertise it deems appropriate in reviewing the circumstances of any application for a TUE. A Therapeutic Use Exemption will be granted only in strict accordance with the following criteria: 1. The athlete should submit an application for a TUE on a form provided by the UIPM. 2. The athlete would experience a significant impairment to health if the Prohibited Substance or Prohibited Method were to be withheld in the course of treating an acute or chronic medical condition. 3. The therapeutic use of the Prohibited Substance or Prohibited Method would produce no additional enhancement of performance other than that which might be anticipated by a return to a state of normal health following the treatment of a legitimate medical condition. 4. There would be no reasonable therapeutic alternative to the Use of the otherwise Prohibited Substance or Prohibited Method. Coaches Committee Chairperson: Mr Samy Awad (EGY) Members: Mrs Kim Raisner (GER)Mr Gianfranco Cardelli (ITA)Mr Alexei Khaplanov (RUS)Mr Istvan Nemeth (GBR) Overview: The Coaches Committee develops the relationship and maintains the communication with the coaches and represents their interests on the Executive Board. The Coaches Committee is constantly aware of decisions and guidelines given by the Executive Board and the UIPM Committee's (in particular Technical, Business Affairs, Medical and Marketing and Media) in order to inform the coaches of changes and proposals taken into consideration. Prof Fabio Pigozzi (ITA)