Athlete Profile: Scott Christie
|Date of Birth:||1971-03-04|
|Home:||United States of America|
|Best Riding Points||1200, World Cup 2 (2002-04-04)||1110|
|Sep 2004||23rd||CISM MEN, Szekesfehervar, Hungary||Senior||Final|
|Sep 2004||17th||World Cup Final (MEN), Darmstadt, Germany||Senior||Final|
|May 2004||25th||2004 World Championships MEN (RUS), Moscow, Russia||Senior||Qualification C|
|May 2004||24th||Westel World Cup MEN (HUN 2), Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Qualification A|
|Apr 2004||21st||Beijing World Cup Men (CHN 1), Beijing, China||Senior||Final|
|Mar 2004||21st||World Cup Rio de Janeiro (BRA), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||Senior||Final|
|Mar 2004||26th||World Cup Queretaro, Queretaro, Mexico||Senior||Final|
|Dec 2003||11th||Military World Games CISM MEN (ITA 2), Catania, Italy||Senior||Final|
|Jun 2003||24th||World Cup Most (CZE 2), Most, Czech Republic||Senior||Qualification A|
|Jun 2003||8th||US National Open Championships (USA), Colorado, United States of America||Senior||Final|
|May 2003||16th||World Cup Budapest (HUN 1), Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Qualification C|
|Apr 2003||26th||World Cup Berlin (GER), Berlin, Germany||Senior||Qualification A|
|Apr 2003||6th||Lisboa meeting (POR), Lisboa, Portugal||Senior||Final|
|Mar 2003||14th||III Open African Championships, Cairo, Egypt||Senior||Final|
|Jul 2002||13th||World Championships, San Francisco, United States of America||Senior||Qualification C|
|Jun 2002||19th||CISM, Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic||Senior||Final|
|Jun 2002||5th||CISM, Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic||Senior||Team-relay 3 members|
|May 2002||18th||World Cup 4, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Qualification B|
|Apr 2002||14th||World Cup 2, Madrid, Spain||Senior||Final|
|Mar 2002||14th||World Cup 1, Mexico, Mexico||Senior||Final|
|Sep 2001||18th||CISM, Werendorf, Germany||Senior||Final|
|Jul 2001||15th||World Championships, Millfield, Great Britain||Senior||Qualification A|
|Mar 2000||28th||World Cup, San Antonio, United States of America||Senior||Final|
|May 1999||16th||World Cup 5, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Qualification B|
|Mar 1999||15th||International Meeting, Brugg, Switzerland||Senior||Qualification A|
|Mar 1999||19th||World Cup 1, San Antonio, United States of America||Senior||Final|
NewsIrish National Championships review
Nov 4th Nov, 13
56 athletes from all over Ireland contested the Nationals last week at the new National Modern Pentathlon Centre in Dublin, Ireland, last week and the action did not disappoint.
Mhairi Spence: Olympic failure destroyed me
Jan 27th Jan, 13
Ah, those wonderful memories of six months ago, those 16 golden days of celebration and elation, of British medals wherever you cared to look, of a nation united in success and revelling in the happiest sporting summer of them all.
World Cup #1 Press Conference Information
Jan 17th Jan, 13
UIPM’s 1st World Cup of the year, to be held in Palm Springs on 20-24 February 2013 is holding its pre event press conference on 18 January 2013 at 1pm.
London 2012 Features: Impossible is Nothing to Spence
Aug 1st Aug, 12
As Mhairi Spence started the last kilometer of her final event in the 2012 modern pentathlon World Championships, GB’s performance director Jan Bartu leaned forward and said quietly to her as she ran past him, “impossible is nothing”.
Guemeih Re-elected as CAMP President
Jul 19th Jul, 12
UIPM has have the pleasure of announcing that CAPM congress election held in Egypt on the 12th of July 2012 resulted in the following:
London 2012 qualification nightmare begins for Britain's pentathletes
Feb 4th Feb, 12
High in the French Pyrenees, bad dreams are catching up with Britain's modern pentathletes.
Rogge Visits American Pentathletes
Oct 13th Oct, 11
Dr. Jacque Rogge, International Olympic Committee President, visited Colarado Springs last weekend and the Olympic Training Center to meet with athletes and coaches who are all getting ready for the 2011 Pan American Games. He came for the tour with Larry Probst USOC President and CEO Scott Blackmun. He spent about 2 hours to talk to athletes and coaches. Conversation was mostly about how training has changed the new laser technology has been implemented, sprts diet etc. 1976 Gold Medalist and UIPM Technical Committee Member spent alot of time with IOC Executive Board Member Tomas Bach who also won Gold in the 1976 Games in fencing.
2011 Victorian Open
Jan 25th Jan, 11
The championships held last weekend welcomed athletes from Japan and China and also included a former Olympic Gold Medalist and a 79 year old former Romanian athletes competing at the masters level. Joining four Australians completing their judging certificates were four New Zealand officials under the tutorship of Janusz Peciak a former Polish Olympic gold medallist now coaching in the United States.