Athlete Profile: Thomas Charanton
|Date of Birth:||1986-03-07|
|Best Total Points Performance||5028, French Open Championships (2010-12-11)||5028|
|Best 25m Swim Performance||2:05.29, 1300 Points World Junior Championships (2007-09-25)||02:05:00|
|Best 50m Swim Performance||2:18.00, 1264 Points Junior World Championships (2006-08-07)||02:18:00|
|Best Riding Points||1200, International Senior Championships (2008-04-19)||1070|
|Best Combined Performance||12:38.17, 1968 Points French Open Championships (2010-12-11)||12:38:00|
|Dec 2010||16th||French Open Championships, Paris, France||Senior||Final|
|Nov 2009||16th||French Open International Championships , Paris, France||Senior||Final||1|
|Apr 2008||19th||International Senior Championships, Paris, France||Senior||Final||12|
|Mar 2008||26th||Indoor Championships, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Qualification A||1|
|Sep 2007||35th||World Junior Championships, Caldas da Rainh, Portugal||Junior||Final||21|
|Sep 2007||6th||World Junior Championships, Caldas da Rainh, Portugal||Junior||Team-relay 3 members|
|Jul 2007||13th||Open Senior Championships of Poland, Drzonkow, Poland||Senior||Final||18|
|Jul 2007||13th||European Junior Championships, Budapest, Hungary||Junior||Final||35|
|May 2007||18th||International Junior Competition, Drzonkow, Poland||Junior||Final||13|
|Apr 2007||21st||Open French Championships Senior & Junior, Fontainebleau, France||Senior||Final||10|
|Aug 2006||27th||Junior World Championships, Shanghai, China||Junior||Qualification B||2|
|Jun 2006||5th||Intern'l German Champs, Bonn, Germany||Junior||Final||29|
|May 2006||5th||International Junior Competition, Drzonkow, Poland||Junior||Final||29|
|Mar 2006||27th||Open French National Championships, Paris, France||Senior||Final||4|
|Mar 2006||11th||Barcelona International Meeting, Barcelona, Spain||Junior||Final||20|
|Feb 2006||17th||HVB Cup Indoor International, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Qualification B||1|
|Jan 1970||4th||Biathle World Championships, Monaco, Monaco||Junior|
|Jul 2005||27th||Junior World championships, Moscow, Russia||Junior||Qualification A|
|Jun 2005||11th||European junior championships, Montepulciano, Italy||Junior||Final|
|May 2005||4th||Junior International DrzonkÃ³w (POL) MEN, DRZONKÃ“W, Poland||Junior||Final|
|Sep 2004||61st||WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS YOUTH A, Albena, Bulgaria||Youth A||Final|
|Apr 2004||23rd||European Championship (POR), Mafra, Portugal||Youth A||Final|
|Aug 2003||20th||Youth A World Championships (Men), LEON GUANAJUATO, Mexico||Youth A||Final|
NewsChristopher Patte victorious at Champion of Champions
Oct 27th Oct, 13
French 23-year-old Christopher Patte capped a sensational day for himself by grabbing his maiden title by winning Champion of Champions at the Al Shaqab Centre in Doha, Qatar. A quality swim was followed by a perfect ride and after starting the final event in pole, 8 seconds ahead of his nearest rival, he was simply unstoppable in the combined, never relinquishing his lead to claim a well-deserved victory.
IOC launches Nanjing 2014 Medal Design Competition
Sep 4th Sep, 13
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has launched a fantastic competition offering fans and young designers the opportunity to make Olympic history by designing the medal for the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games.
Men’s 2013 World Championships preview
Aug 20th Aug, 13
It has been an enthralling Modern Pentathlon season so far amongst the men, with some brilliant competition making for some unpredictable results in 2013. Now the action is sure to be cranked up another notch as the UIPM World Championships Men’s Qualification stages get underway on Thursday 22 August in Chinese Taipei’s second largest city. The Fengshan Stadium in Kaohsiung will host 85 of the very best pentathletes from around the globe with some scintillating action guaranteed as they seek to write their name in the history books by becoming World Champion this Saturday.
70 Men eager to make their mark at Junior World Championships
Jul 26th Jul, 13
The Men’s Junior World Championships Qualification Groups kicked-off today with 36 places for Sunday’s Final up for grabs. With 27 nations represented across the two Groups, the competition is guaranteed to be riveting. Without the equestrian event during Qualification, the pressure will be on right from off as the athletes seek to get those valuable points on the board early on.
Prades and five others share first place in Group ‘B’ going into Final
Mar 21st Mar, 13
Valentin Prades of France was first to cross the line at the end of the day’s combined event to put him, along with five others, including Russia’s Illia Frolov, top of his Group with 4376 points. Consistency and especially a sixth place in the fence had him in a comfortable position to end with a time of 12:34:11.
Men's Final Preview and Live Webcast
Feb 22nd Feb, 13
It's a tough competition for first Gold of the year World #1 and current World Champion Aleksender Lesun (RUS) will start favourite after a dominating performance in the qualifications in all disciplines, but he will be watching out for Olympic Champion David Svoboda (CZE) and Bronze Medallist Adam Marosi (HUN) though neither of whom were able to reach a World Cup podium place last year.
World #1 and 2012 Olympic Medallists all through to Friday’s Final
Feb 20th Feb, 13
For the first time on the world level, the new format Combined Event took place now consisting of 4 laps of 800 meters running interspersed by 4 shooting series (still of 5 shots) and a new time out limit for shooting, dropping from 70 to 50 seconds. Olympic Champion David Svoboda (CZE) said "I am glad for the change; for the last 4 years had 3 shooting series; now shooting is more important. My team is very strong in shooting so we are happy to have this extra shooting round."
Lesun leads Group A and Kasza Group B for the Combined Event
Feb 20th Feb, 13
Jospeh Evans (GBR) produced the fastest swim time from Group A in a time of 2:01.77 a second faster than Maksim Kustov (RUS) Winner of the fencing Aleksander Lesun (RUS) had a disappointing swim finishing 11th, however this was still enough to keep him at the top of the leaders board going into the combined event. The World #1 will start 2 seconds ahead of Alvaro Sandoval (MEX) who finished 2nd in the fence & 6th in the swim. Daniel Thomas (AUT) and Samuel Curry (GBR) will both start 12 seconds behind Lesun. In Group B, Hungarian Robert Kasza’s win in the Fencing with 17 bouts puts him 9 seconds ahead Omar El Geziry who came 3rd in the Fence with 16 bouts. Joint 1st in the Fence was Alexander Nobis (GER) whilst Jianli Guo of China will start the Combined 13 seconds behind Kasza thanks to his 5th place in the Fencing following the 4th fastest swim