Athlete Profile: Emily Andrews
|Date of Birth:||1990-07-14|
|Home:||United States of America|
|Best 25m Swim Performance||2:49.29, 892 Points Youth A World Championships (2008-09-18)||02:49:00|
|Best 50m Swim Performance||2:32.91, 968 Points UIPM World Cup #1 (2011-02-24)||02:35:00|
|Best Riding Points||1196, NORCECA (2009-06-05)||1070|
|Best Combined Performance||15:57.00, 1172 Points UIPM World Cup #1 (2011-02-24)||16:19:00|
|Feb 2011||28th||UIPM World Cup #1, Palm Springs CA, United States of America||Senior||Qualification B||1|
|Aug 2010||29th||UIPM Junior World Championships , Szekesfehervar, Hungary||Junior||Qualification A||1|
|Dec 2009||10th||NORCECA & SOUTH AMERICA YOG Quali & Panamerican Championship, Buenos Aires, Argentina||Senior||Final||6|
|Jun 2009||6th||NORCECA, Palm Springs CA, United States of America||Senior||Final|
|Nov 2008||6th||NORCECA Youth AB Championships, Cleveland, United States of America||Youth A||Final|
|Sep 2008||50th||Youth A World Championships, Albena, Bulgaria||Youth A||Final|
NewsYoung 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.
London 2012 Country Previews: The Americas
Aug 6th Aug, 12
In the days leading into the Modern Pentathlon Olympic event on 11-12 August 2012, Pentathlon.org takes a look at country in depth and their chance at Olympic Gold.
What Would Have Happened If we Still used the Old Point System?
Jun 29th Jun, 12
Until 1954, Modern Pentathlon results were calculated solely from the finishing positions in each event.
Hundreds of young athletes enjoy Modern Biathlon challenge
Mar 26th Mar, 12
Hundreds of young athletes enjoyed a flavour of competing at a multi-sport event as the British Schools Modern Biathlon Championships reached their climax in London on Sunday.
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)
BWCH Youth B Female Results
Oct 30th Oct, 10
Youth B Female Results:
BWCH Youth D Female Results
Oct 30th Oct, 10
Youth D Female Results:
Foldhazi & Biruk Win Swim
Aug 24th Aug, 10
Swimming speedsters Zsofia Foldhazi (HUN) and Aliaksandr Biruk (BLR) has won the swimming event in the mixed relay. They just touched out the pair of Gulnaz Bugaydullina (RUS) and Lukas Kontrimavicius (LTU) in an impressive time of 1:58.39. The winners from the fencing Anastasiya Spas (UKR) and Ilya Shugarov (RUS) managed a very good time and finished in 4th position to have a commanding 33 second lead going into the combined event ahead of Emily Greenan (IRE) and Jorge Camacho (MEX). However it is anyone’s race with the entire field only being just over a minute apart which is very unusual for the Combined Event. Stay tuned!