Athlete Profile: Auro Franceschini
|Date of Birth:||1987-04-01|
|Best Total Points Performance||5984, Indoor International Competition (2012-02-18)||5624|
|Best 25m Swim Performance||1:56.92, 1400 Points UIPM World Cup #2 (2011-04-14)||01:58:00|
|Best 33m Swim Performance||2:01.93, 1340 Points Indoor International Competition (2012-02-18)||02:01:00|
|Best 50m Swim Performance||1:58.90, 1376 Points World Military Modern Pentathlon Championships (2010-07-06)||02:00:21|
|Best Riding Points||1200, Indoor International Competition (2012-02-18)||1150|
|Best Combined Performance||10:07.55, 2572 Points Indoor International Competition (2012-02-18)||11:11:16|
|May 2012||6th||UIPM Senior World Championships, Rome, Italy||Senior||Team-relay 3 members|
|Apr 2012||19th||UIPM World Cup #4, Rostov, Russia||Senior||Final||29|
|Feb 2012||3rd||Indoor International Competition, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Final||33|
|Sep 2011||21st||UIPM Senior World Championships, Moscow, Russia||Senior||Final||35|
|Jul 2011||2nd||CISM Military World Games, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||Senior||Final||55|
|May 2011||15th||UIPM World Cup #4, Chengdu, China||Senior||Qualification B||3|
|May 2011||24th||UIPM World Cup #3, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Final||24|
|Apr 2011||19th||UIPM World Cup #2, Sassari, Italy||Senior||Final||29|
|Nov 2010||12th||Senior Hungarian Open Championships, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Final||4|
|Jul 2010||13th||World Military Modern Pentathlon Championships, Prague, Czech Republic||Senior||Final||35|
|Feb 2010||15th||Hungarian Indoor Competition, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Final||16|
|May 2009||30th||World Cup 4 2009, Rome, Italy||Senior||Final||18|
|Jul 2008||19th||Junior World Championships, Cairo, Egypt||Junior||Qualification A||18|
|May 2008||11th||European Junior Championships, Drzonjow, Poland||Junior||Final||37|
|May 2008||3rd||European Junior Championships, Drzonjow, Poland||Junior||Team-relay 3 members|
|Apr 2008||6th||Open International, Civitavecchia, Italy||Senior||Final|
|Jan 1970||1st||Biathle World Tour 3, Follonica, Italy||Junior|
|Aug 2005||29th||World Championships YOUTH A, Pilsen, Czech Republic||Youth A||Final|
|Aug 2003||11th||European Championships Youth B (Men), Varna, Bulgaria||Senior||Final|
NewsIeva Serapinaite takes Women’s Youth A World Championships gold
Aug 8th Aug, 13
With the athletes sheltered from the sweltering conditions and only having to deal with the suffocating 39C heat for part of the combined, it was Lithuania’s Ieva Serapinaite who triumphed to take the Youth A Women’s World Champion crown at the Wuhan Sports Centre in the Hubei Province of China.
China too quick in Men's Relay Swim
May 8th May, 12
The Chinese team of Jiahao Han, Jiawei Liu and Jianli has just out touched Korea in the swimming discipline at the Men’s World Relay Championships in picture perfect conditions in Rome, Italy.
Italy Announces Team for Home World Championships
Apr 26th Apr, 12
With three athletes already qualified for the London Olympics (Federico Giancamilli, Riccardo De Luca and Pier Paolo Petroni), Marco Quattrini, coach of the Italian national modern pentathlon team, has released today the list of athletes capped for the forthcoming 2012 World Championships in Rome, Italy.
Men's Qualification Preview: Moiseev Looking to Impress Locals
Apr 19th Apr, 12
In the second day of action in Rostov, Russia, 68 pentathletes from 24 countries will be splitted into two groups of 34 and a top 18 position will be enough for a place in the final.
Murray & Kasza Claim the Hungarian Indoor Championships
Feb 19th Feb, 12
Samantha Murray (GBR) and Robert Kasza (HUN) have won the traditional Modern Pentathlon season opener, the Hungarian Indoor Championships today in Budapest.
Men's World Championships Preview: Part 3 Hungary, Czech, Italy & France
Sep 2nd Sep, 11
The Paul Street boys is a famous Hungarian novel written by Ferenc Molnar and could picture the Hungarian squad. The Good Soldier Svejk is a popular Czech book, while Italian movie L’Armata Brancaleoni; both are comedies, so may not fit to picture their respective countries’ heroes, but then can show their sense of humour and picture more down to earth people, who can be extraordinary.
Kim WIn's Dramatic Combined Event at World Military Games
Jul 23rd Jul, 11
Jinhee Kim (KOR) has won a dramatic final at the 5th World Military Games at Rio de Janeiro. Kim crossed the line the same time as Auro Franceshini (ITA) however a supior time in the combined event ensured him gold. Emanuel Zapata (ARG) had a strong combined event to move up to the bronze medal position.
Yuuki Win's Swim in Group B
May 27th May, 11
Yuuki Fujimori (JPN) has easily won the swimming event in Group B. Fujimori secured a time of 2:00.35, which was quick enough to beat swimming speedsters Ricardo Rego (POR), Nicolas Woodbridge (GBR) and Auro Franceschini (ITA). Double Olympic Champion Andrei Moiseev (RUS) was back in 9th place and still has work to do if he is to make his 2nd final of the year.