Athlete Profile: Alexander Macaulay
|Date of Birth:||1996-07-04|
|Best Total Points Performance||4052, Youth A European Championships (2013-07-18)||3870|
|Best 25m Swim Performance||2:04.40, 1308 Points Cuban Youth A & B Nationals (2013-04-12)||02:05:00|
|Best 50m Swim Performance||2:08.23, 1264 Points Youth A European Championships (2013-07-18)||02:08:00|
|Best Riding Points||, ()||0|
|Best Combined Performance||7:36.11, 2576 Points Youth B European Championships (2012-08-16)||11:26:36|
Youth A Pentathlon World Ranking
|Date||Rank||Points||Event One||Event Two||Event Three|
Trofeu Vila Sant Boi
Sant Boi, 2013-04-27
|Jul 2013||54th||Youth A European Championships, St. Petersburg, Russia||Youth A||Final||1|
|Apr 2013||26th||Trofeu Vila Sant Boi, Sant Boi, Spain||Youth A||Final||1|
|Apr 2013||26th||Cuban Youth A & B Nationals, Villa Clara, Cuba||Youth A||Final|
|Aug 2012||23rd||Youth B European Championships, Warszawa, Poland||Youth B||Final|
|Jul 2011||16th||Youth B European Championships, Tata, Hungary||Youth B||Final|
NewsUkraine National Junior and Youth Championship results
Nov 11th Nov, 13
Held in the south eastern city of Lugansk this weekend, the National Ukrainian Championships for Juniors and Youth category A, B and C demonstrated the strength in depth of the modern pentathlon powerhouse. Keen to follow in the footsteps of Viktoria Tereshuk, Ganna Buryak and Pavlo Tymoshchenko, the athletes showed great skill, character and a will to win that ensured the competition set new standard.
Schöneborn heads strong German squad for World Championships
Aug 17th Aug, 13
2008 Beijing Olympic Games Women’s Modern Pentathlon gold medallist Lena Schöneborn will be heading up a very strong German team into the 2013 World Championships which begin on 21 August with high hopes that the group can compete for podium finishes in each of the draws.
Germany’s Zillekens crowned Youth A World Champion 2013
Aug 9th Aug, 13
After starting the day by winning the Group A fence, Germany’s Christian Zillekens began the combined in third place and after some swift running and expert shooting at the range, the 17-year-old from Potsdam went onto to cross the finish line first and claim the Youth A World Championships gold at the Wuhan Sports Centre in the Hubei Province of China.
Lifanov and Choong lead in Youth A Worlds Final before combined
Aug 9th Aug, 13
Russia’s Alexander Lifanov, who came second in the fence in Group B, shares top spot in the Men’s Final at the Youth A World Championships with Great Britain’s Joseph Choong with just the run/shoot combined to go. The two will go head to head in the second heat of the combined with both level on 2296 points.
International German Championships 2013: National competition with international flair
May 29th May, 13
The International German Championships for men, women and juniors took place in Bonn, Germany this week with some scintillating competition setting a new standard for quality. Despite the rainy and freezing conditions, the spectators enjoyed a first-class event with brilliant performances from the athletes.
Mixed Relay gold goes to Belarus
Apr 21st Apr, 13
Experienced Belarusian Hanna Vasilionak and her young partner Raman Pichuk brought the UIPM World Cup #3 in Chengdu, China, to a close with victory in the final event of the competition. After starting second in the combined, Pichuk overtook the Chinese leader on the final lap to cross the line first, claiming the Mixed Relay title in style at the Pierre de Coubertin Modern Pentathlon Stadium.
Young 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.
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