Athlete Profile: Yihua Miao
|Date of Birth:||1988-02-11|
|Best Total Points Performance||5324, UIPM World Cup #2 (2012-03-15)||4985|
|Best 25m Swim Performance||2:14.94, 1304 Points World Junior Championships (2007-09-25)||02:16:24|
|Best 50m Swim Performance||2:17.78, 1148 Points UIPM World Cup #2 (2012-03-15)||02:20:04|
|Best Riding Points||1200, Junior World championships 2005 (2005-07-27)||1040|
|Best Combined Performance||11:50.00, 2160 Points UIPM Senior World Championships (2011-09-08)||11:56:45|
Senior Pentathlon World Ranking
|Date||Rank||Points||Event One||Event Two||Event Three|
XXX Olympic Games - Modern Pentathlon Event
|Nov 2012||8th||Asian Championships, Kaohsiung, Chinese Taipei||Senior||Final||8|
|Aug 2012||14th||XXX Olympic Games - Modern Pentathlon Event, London, Great Britain||Senior||Final||44|
|May 2012||22nd||UIPM Senior World Championships, Rome, Italy||Senior||Final||34|
|Mar 2012||11th||UIPM World Cup #2, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||Senior||Final||37|
|Mar 2012||12th||UIPM World Cup #1, Charlotte NC, United States of America||Senior||Final||36|
|Sep 2011||19th||UIPM Senior World Championships, Moscow, Russia||Senior||Final||37|
|Sep 2011||7th||UIPM Senior World Championships, Moscow, Russia||Senior||Team-relay 3 members|
|Sep 2011||8th||UIPM Senior World Championships, Moscow, Russia||Senior||Team|
|May 2011||2nd||Asia - OCEANIA Championships, Chengdu, China||Senior||Final||36|
|Nov 2010||1st||16th Asian Games, Guangzhou, China||Senior||Final||20|
|Sep 2010||21st||UIPM Senior World Championships, Chengdu, China||Senior||Final||35|
|Sep 2010||13th||UIPM Senior World Championships, Chengdu, China||Senior||Team-relay 2 members|
|Jun 2010||34th||UIPM World Cup Final, Moscow, Russia||Senior||Final||22|
|Jun 2010||8th||UIPM World Cup 5, Berlin, Germany||Senior||Final||40|
|May 2010||13th||UIPM World Cup 4, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Final||35|
|Apr 2010||11th||UIPM World Cup 3, Medway, Great Britain||Senior||Final||37|
|Apr 2009||19th||World Cup 2 2009, Cairo, Egypt||Senior||Qualification B||10|
|Sep 2007||11th||World Junior Championships, Caldas da Rainh, Portugal||Junior||Final||50|
|Jun 2006||21st||World Cup 2006 4, Szekesfehervar, Hungary||Senior||Qualification A||8|
|Jul 2005||16th||Junior World championships 2005, Moscow, Russia||Junior||Final|
NewsLondon 2012 Previews: Egypt & China
Jul 30th Jul, 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.
Kkokhlova, Vasilionak & Cesarini Complete Olympic Puzzle
Jun 28th Jun, 12
After a long, nervous wait for the remaining athletes battling selection, the final pieces of the puzzle has been put into place and we have the final 72 athletes that will compete at the London 2012 Olympic Games.
UIPM Announces 2nd Round Olympic Allocations
Jun 15th Jun, 12
The long wait is over, the 36 men and 36 women that will compete at the Modern Pentathlon event at the 2012 London Olympic Games have been unveiled.
London 2012 Olympic Pentathletes Announced
Jun 1st Jun, 12
After over 12 months of travelling the world on the unforgiving International Modern Pentathlon circuit, 72 athletes are one step closer to reaching their Olympic dream.
Schoneborn Leads Germany to Women's Relay Gold
May 7th May, 12
Lena Schoneborn has led Germany to the gold medal at the Women’s World Championships relay at Rome, Italy. The Olympic Champion was joined by Janine Kohlmann and Annika Schleu to win the first gold at the 52nd Championships.
Women's Relay Preview: Hungary Looking for More Gold
May 6th May, 12
The time has come for the 52nd edition of the 2012 World Championships to begin.
World Cup Final Athletes Announced
Apr 25th Apr, 12
After heading to USA, Brazil, Hungary and Russia, the top 36 athletes that will be invited to Chengdu, China have been determined.
Gawlikowska Tops Fence & Starts Combined 1st in Group A
Mar 15th Mar, 12
Sylvia Gawlikowska (POL) and World #1 Lena Schoneborn (GER) have come equal top in the fencing, however Gawlikowska’s superior swim means that she will start first in the combined event. The Olympic champion will start in 2nd 4 seconds behind Gawlikowska with Youth Olympic Games bronze medallist Anastasiya Spas a further 9 seconds behind. The top 3 will be chased by the Chinese pair of Yihua Miao and Qian Chen who will start not far behind Spas. Check out the full results here: http://www.pentathlon.org/component/uipm/results/pentathlon/918-uipm-world-cup-2/senior/women/qualification_a.