Athlete Profile: Igor Zenin
|Date of Birth:||1987-01-20|
|Best Riding Points||1144, European Junior Championships (2007-07-03)||1040|
|Jul 2007||22nd||European Junior Championships, Budapest, Hungary||Junior||Final||26|
|May 2007||15th||International Junior Competition, Drzonkow, Poland||Junior||Final||16|
|Aug 2005||26th||World Championships YOUTH A, Pilsen, Czech Republic||Youth A||Final|
|Jul 2005||14th||European championships Youth A, Budapest, Hungary||Youth A||Final|
|Apr 2004||7th||European Championship (POR) RELAY, Mafra, Portugal||Youth A||Team-relay 3 members|
|Aug 2003||1st||European Championships Youth B (Men), Varna, Bulgaria||Senior||Final|
|Jul 2002||26th||Youth B European championships, Eaubonne, France||Senior||Final|
NewsWorld Cup Final Nizhny Novgorod Invitation available for download
Apr 10th Apr, 13
The invitation/visa letter for the World Cup Final in Nizhny Novgorod is now available to download.
Ukraine Federation Elects New Executive Board
Dec 4th Dec, 12
On 30 November 2012 in Kiev, Ukraine the election conference for the Federation of Modern Pentathlon Ukraine was held.
2012 Ukraine Junior Championships
Nov 22nd Nov, 12
On 14-16 November 2012 in Lugansk Ukraine there was the junior, youth A, B, C championships of modern pentathlon.
20 Modern Pentathlon Olympic Facts
Jul 2nd Jul, 12
With the 2012 London Olympic just around the corner, impress your friends by knowing the below Modern Pentathlon Olympic facts:
Rostov Prepares for World Cup #4
Apr 2nd Apr, 12
Russian Modern Pentathlon and European Confederation Secretary General Mrs. Tatiana Ardabieva together with Iris Vlahoutsikou UIPM Competitions Manager visited Rostov von Don for a 2 days pre visit the last 2 days.
Past Olympic Champions
Jun 15th Jun, 11
Men's Games Gold Silver Bronze 1912 Stockholm Gösta Lilliehöök (SWE) Gösta Åsbrink(SWE) Georg de Laval(SWE) 1920 Antwerp Gustaf Dyrssen (SWE) Erik de Laval Sweden (SWE) Gösta Runö(SWE) 1924 Paris Bo Lindman (SWE) Gustaf Dyrssen(SWE) Bertil Uggla(SWE) 1928 Amsterdam Sven Thofelt(SWE) Bo Lindman(SWE) Helmut Kahl(GER) 1932 Los Angeles Johan Oxenstierna(SWE) Bo Lindman(SWE) Richard Mayo(USA) 1936 Berlin Gotthard Handrick(GER) Charles Leonard(USA) Silvano Abba(ITA) 1948 London William Grut(SWE) George Moore(USA) Gösta Gärdin(SWE) 1952 Helsinki Lars Hall(SWE) Gábor Benedek(HUN) István Szondy(HUN) 1956 Melbourne Lars Hall(SWE) Olavi Mannonen(FIN) Väinö Korhonen(FIN) 1960 Rome Ferenc Németh(HUN) Imre Nagy(HUN) Robert Beck(USA) 1964 Tokyo Ferenc Török(HUN) Igor Novikov(URS) Albert Mokeyev(URS) 1968 Mexico Björn Ferm(SWE) András Balczó(HUN) Pavel Lednyov(URS) 1972 Munich András Balczó(HUN) Boris Onishchenko(URS) Pavel Lednyov(URS) 1976 Montreal Janusz Pyciak-Peciak(POL) Pavel Lednyov(URS) Jan Bártu(TCH) 1980 Moscow Anatoli Starostin(URS) Tamás Szombathelyi(HUN) Pavel Lednyov(URS) 1984 Los Angeles Daniele Masala(ITA) Svante Rasmuson(SWE) Carlo Massullo(ITA) 1988 Seoul János Martinek(HUN) Carlo Massullo(ITA) Vakhtang Iagorashvili(URS) 1992 Barcelona Arkadiusz Skrzypaszek(POL) Attila Mizsér(HUN) Eduard Zenovka(EUN) 1996 Atlanta Alexander Parygin(KAZ) Eduard Zenovka(RUS) János Martinek(HUN) 2000 Sydney Dmitri Svatkovskiy(RUS) Gábor Balogh(HUN) Pavel Dovgal(BLR) 2004 Athens Andrey Moiseyev(RUS) Andrejus Zadneprovskis(LTU) Libor Capalini(CZE) 2008 Beijing Andrey Moiseyev(RUS) Edvinas Krungolcas(LTU) Andrejus Zadneprovskis(LTU) Women's Games Gold Silver Bronze 2000 Sydney Stephanie Cook(GBR) Emily de Riel(USA) Kate Allenby(GBR) 2004 Athens Zsuzsanna Vörös(HUN) Je?ena Rub?evska(LAT) Georgina Harland(GBR) 2008 Beijing Lena Schöneborn(GER) Heather Fell(GBR) Victoria Tereshuk(UKR)
50 WCH: 85 World Champion Attila Mizsér (HUN)
Aug 18th Aug, 10
Attila Mizsér the 1985 World Champion from Hungary:
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.