Athlete Profile: Anita Allen
|Date of Birth:||1977-09-10|
|Home:||United States of America|
|Aug 2004||18th||Athens 2004 Olympics Games, Athens, Greece||Senior||Final|
|May 2004||20th||2004 World Championships (RUS), Moscow, Russia||Senior||Qualification C|
|May 2004||28th||Westel World Cup WOMEN (HUN 2), Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Final|
|Apr 2004||21st||World Cup Beijing Women (CHN 2), Beijing, China||Senior||Final|
|Mar 2004||22nd||World Cup Rio de Janeiro (BRA), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||Senior||Qualification A|
|Mar 2004||20th||World Cup Queretaro (MEX 2), Queretaro, Mexico||Senior||Final|
|Aug 2003||1st||Pan American Games (DOM 2) (Women), Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic||Senior||Final|
|Jul 2003||15th||Senior World Championships (Women), Pesaro, Italy||Senior||Qualification C|
|Jul 2003||7th||Senior World Championships (Women), Pesaro, Italy||Senior||Team-relay 3 members|
|Jun 2003||19th||World Cup Most (CZE 1), Most, Czech Republic||Senior||Final|
|Jun 2003||4th||US National Open championships (USA), Colorado, United States of America||Senior||Final|
|Jun 2003||23rd||World Cup 3 (POL), Varsaw, Poland||Senior||Qualification A|
|Apr 2003||18th||World Cup 2, Szekesfehervar, Hungary||Senior||Final|
|Mar 2003||20th||World Cup 1, Mexico, Mexico||Senior||Final|
|Oct 2002||4th||Pan American championships, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||Senior||Final|
|Aug 2002||20th||Women World Cup final, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Final|
|Jul 2002||24th||World Championships, San Francisco, United States of America||Senior||Qualification A|
|Jun 2002||6th||CISM, Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic||Senior||Final|
|Jun 2002||28th||World Cup 4, Varsaw, Poland||Senior||Final|
|Mar 2002||5th||World Cup 1, Mexico, Mexico||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.
Fitton, Muir & Prise win Junior Worlds Women’s Relay
Jul 30th Jul, 13
After a dominant swim in the second event of the day saw the British trio of Alice Fitton, Joanna Muir and Kerry Prise go top of the leaderboard, there was no looking back in the remaining two events as they never relinquished their lead and went onto to win the Junior World Championships 3-Member Team Women’s Relay in Hungary.
Gloria Tocchi wins fence in Junior World Final
Jul 27th Jul, 13
Italian teenager Gloria Tocchi put on a real show of dominance in the first event of the day at the Junior World Championships in Székesfehérvar to go top of the leaderboard before the swim as she recorded 1144 points on the pistes following her 31 victories in the fencing hall.
Zsofia Foldhazi leads Group B and Arol tops Group A before Women’s combined
Jul 25th Jul, 13
After her tour de force on the pistes in the fencing event, Belarusian sensation Katsiaryna Arol will begin 32 seconds ahead of the pack in the combined event of the Women’s Junior World Championships Group A. In Group B, home favourite Zsofia Foldhazi begins just 3 secs before the rest of the field in a tightly contested pack.
World record holder Katsiaryna Arol wins Group A fence
Jul 25th Jul, 13
It came as no surprise to see Belarusian fencing sensation Katsiaryna Arol win the first event of the day in the Women’s Junior World Championships Group A. 25 wins and only 3 defeats once again demonstrated her superiority with the epée. Her 1160 points in the fence putting her ahead of her rivals.
Women’s Junior World Championships underway
Jul 25th Jul, 13
The action in Székesfehérvar began this morning with the Women’s Qualification Group stages at the Junior World Championships in Hungary as 64 athletes battle it out to ensure their places in Saturday’s Final.
Young athletes shine at GB Schools Modern Biathlon Championships
Apr 2nd Apr, 13
Hampshire schoolgirl Emily Jenkinson collected an impressive seventh successive title at the Pentathlon GB British Schools Modern Biathlon Championships in London on Sunday 24 March.
Heather Fell elected to BOA Athletes’ Commission
Jan 8th Jan, 13
Olympic silver medal winning modern pentathlete Heather Fell is one of six Olympians elected by their peers to serve on the British Olympic Association’s Athletes’ Commission.