Athlete Profile: Alexandre Mateus
|Date of Birth:||1995-05-25|
|Best 25m Swim Performance||2:14.07, 1192 Points European Youth B Championships (2009-07-01)||02:14:00|
|Best Riding Points||, ()||0|
|Jul 2009||53rd||European Youth B Championships, Abrantes, Portugal||Youth B||Final|
NewsFrance victorious in Junior Worlds Men's 3-Members Team Relay
Jul 31st Jul, 13
A real stunning finish to the day saw France record a sensational time in the combined to pip Hungary to the Men's 3-Members Team Relay title. Valentin Belaud, Alexandre Henrard and Andy Genard had begun the day slowly, coming sixth in the fence and fourth in the pool. They then finished ninth in the ride and it looked like they would need a minor miracle to get back into contention. But with some strong runners in the team along with some razor-sharp shooting, they ended up victorious.
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.
Puchkarevskiy crowned Men’s Junior European Champion
Jun 21st Jun, 13
Russia’s Egor Puchkarevskiy was crowned Junior European Champion in the Bulgarian capital Sofia today after the 20-year-old stormed to a sensational victory in the combined event to claim gold. It was the rising star’s first career podium finish on the international circuit and he did in real style. Third in the fence and a seventh place in the swim put him near the start of the grid before the combined and from there, some razor-sharp shooting saw him complete the course in 11:46:45 to take the title.
Men's Junior World Championships Qualification is underway
Sep 6th Sep, 12
The 36 women that will battle it out for Junior World Championships gold have been decided, now it’s the men’s turn. 86 men made the trip to Poland, which means a daunting 3 qualification groups where only the top 12 from each group will make it through.
Woodbridge Leads Group C After Swim
May 11th May, 12
Nick Woodbridge (GBR) has posted an impressive time of 1:57.08 to win the swimming in group C. The Brit, who missed out on the World Championships final last year was over 3 seconds ahead of Mateusz Gralezsky (POL) and former Youth A World Champion Jiahao Han (CHN). 2009 World Champion Adam Marosi (HUN) will be pleased with his time of 2:02.08 which leaves him in 5th position. Check out the full results here.