Athlete Profile: Anna Kalmanczi
|Date of Birth:||1983-01-28|
|Feb 2007||28th||Budapest Indoor International, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Final||3|
|Feb 2006||28th||HVB Cup Indoor International, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Final||3|
|May 2005||20th||9th Women's qualifying competition, Spiez, Switzerland||Senior||Final|
|Feb 2005||22nd||Budapest indoor Championships, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Final|
|Sep 2004||15th||CISM WOMEN , Szekesfehervar, Hungary||Senior||Final|
|May 2004||30th||Junior European Championships, Dronzkow, Poland||Junior||Final|
|Apr 2004||16th||International Competition (GER 2), Leverkusen, Germany||Senior||Final|
|Feb 2004||25th||Indoor World Ranking Competition (HUN 1), Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Final|
|Jul 2003||17th||International Meeting, Leverkussen, Germany||Senior||Final|
|Jun 2003||23rd||Junior European Championship (CZE), Usti Nad Labem, Czech Republic||Junior||Final|
|Feb 2003||17th||Steffi Cup, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Final|
NewsPANAM Youth Olympic Qualifier results
Dec 5th Dec, 13
The beautiful city of Acapulco, on the Mexican Pacific Coast, saw the PANAM Qualification stages for the 2014 Nanjing Youth Olympic Games takes place this weekend. A great atmosphere and some incredible performances by the 58 participating athletes from the 12 represented nations ensured an impressive spectacle for all those in attendance.
UIPM make 2014 World Championships site visit to Poland
Sep 20th Sep, 13
Earlier this week, UIPM President Dr Klaus Schormann, along with Sports Director Janusz Peciak and Event Director Karen Myers travelled to Spala, in Poland, to visit the facilities of the Olympic sports Centre which will host the 2014 Modern Pentathlon World Championships from 14-26 September next year.
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.
Serapinaite and Tognetti top respective Groups before combined
Aug 8th Aug, 13
Lithuania’s Ieva Serapinaite ensured she topped the Women’s Group B before the combined after winning the fence and placing 15th in the pool. Sofia Serkina of Russia is second overall whilst local hope Wei Danni is third after the Chinese talent placed fifth with the epée and third in the water at the Youth A World Championships in Wuhan.
Tognetti of Italy storms to victory in the Women’s Group A fence
Aug 8th Aug, 13
Youth A European Championships bronze medallist Francesca Tognetti began her campaign to claim the Youth A World title in impressive fashion as she recorded an impressive victory in the morning fence in Group A. 22 bouts won with only 3 defeats ensured the Italian 16-year-old took 1128 points on the pistes of the Wuhan Sport Centre going into the swim.
Arol smashes fencing World Record on way to victory in Women’s Junior European Championships Final
Jun 21st Jun, 13
Katsiaryna Arol re-wrote the record books yesterday after the Belarusian 21-year-old fenced her way to 33 wins and only two losses in the Junior European Championships Women’s Final, setting a new World Record in the process. Her tally of 1192 points usurping the previous record set by China’s Xiaonan Zhang at World Cup #1 Palm Springs USA earlier this year. She then placed 18th in the pool before claiming a maximum 1200 points in the ride to start the combined well ahead of her nearest rivals.
Schoneborn and Spence win respective Qualification Groups in Budapest
May 9th May, 13
It was tight affair on the first day of competition at World Cup #4 in the stunning city of Budapest with two hotly contested Groups as the Women battled it for Qualification to Saturday’s Final.
Marques just wins Group A fence by one bout
Feb 21st Feb, 13
In Group A Fence, Olympic Bronze Medallist Yane Marques (BRA) just got ahead of Margaux Isaksen (USA) on the last round, winning 18 bouts, just one more than Margaux. Russian Anna Savchenko and Ukrainian Iryna Khokhlova came joint 3rd with 16 bouts whilst Leila Gyenesei (HUN), winner of the first international completion of the year, the Hungarian Indoors, managed a to win only 12 bouts.