Athlete Profile: James Myatt
|Date of Birth:||1991-05-13|
|Best Total Points Performance||5384, Indoor International Competition (2012-02-18)||5286|
|Best 25m Swim Performance||2:13.34, 1200 Points Junior European Championships (2010-05-24)||02:14:40|
|Best 33m Swim Performance||2:13.70, 1196 Points UIPM Junior World Championships (2011-11-17)||02:15:30|
|Best 50m Swim Performance||2:12.31, 1216 Points UIPM Junior World Championships (2012-09-03)||02:15:40|
|Best Riding Points||1200, Indoor International Competition (2012-02-18)||1140|
|Best Combined Performance||10:40.46, 2440 Points Indoor International Competition (2012-02-18)||11:46:30|
|Sep 2012||13th||UIPM Junior World Championships, Drzonkow, Poland||Junior||Qualification C||17|
|Jun 2012||24th||Junior European Championships, Szekesfehervar, Hungary||Junior||Final||24|
|Feb 2012||38th||Indoor International Competition, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Final||1|
|Nov 2011||30th||UIPM Junior World Championships, Buenos Aires, Argentina||Junior||Qualification B||1|
|Sep 2011||22nd||Junior European Championships, Drzonkow, Poland||Junior||Qualification B||5|
|Jul 2011||13th||Junior Hungarian Open Champioships, Budapest, Hungary||Junior||Final||18|
|Feb 2011||21st||Hungarian Open Indoor Championships, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Final|
|Aug 2010||31st||UIPM Junior World Championships , Szekesfehervar, Hungary||Junior||Qualification A||1|
|Jun 2010||14th||Junior & Senior International German Championships, Berlin, Germany||Senior||Final||17|
|May 2010||32nd||Junior European Championships, Golega, Portugal||Junior||Final||16|
|Apr 2010||23rd||UIPM World Cup 3, Medway, Great Britain||Senior||Qualification C||1|
|Feb 2010||24th||Hungarian Indoor Competition, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Final||7|
|Jul 2009||27th||Youth A World Championships, Cairo, Egypt||Youth A||Final|
|Jul 2009||9th||Youth A World Championships, Cairo, Egypt||Youth A||Team-relay 3 members|
|Apr 2009||26th||Bath International Competition, Bath, Great Britain||Senior||Final||1|
|Jun 2008||15th||Grand Prix Slovakia Juraj Ondro Memorial, Banska Bystrica, Slovakia||Senior||Final||1|
|Apr 2008||9th||Open International, Civitavecchia, Italy||Youth A||Final|
|Aug 2007||11th||Youth World Chamionships Combined, Pretoria, South Africa||Youth A||Final|
|Sep 2007||31st||World Youth A Championships, Pretoria, South Africa||Youth A||Final|
|Aug 2007||7th||HRH Prince Carl Philip Cup Youth Event, Stockholm, Sweden||Youth A||Final|
|Jul 2007||25th||European Youth B Championships, Las Palmas, Spain||Youth B||Final|
|Apr 2007||13th||International Youth A & B competition, Millfield, Great Britain||Youth A||Final|
NewsLithuania do the double as Kinderis takes Men’s World title
Aug 24th Aug, 13
It was a day to remember for the Baltic nation of Lithuania as Justinas Kinderis took the Men’s World Championships gold after a confident combined event. The World No.4 had earlier scored a perfect ride after having placed third in the fence and 16th in the pool.
Sandoval, Schrimsher and Patte win Men’s Qualification Groups
Aug 22nd Aug, 13
36 Men moved into the Saturday’s Modern Pentathlon Final after 3 tough Qualification Groups were decided today. With the fence having been moved a day forward due to terrible weather conditions caused by Typhoon Trami, today saw the swim and combined events take place with some surprising results showing just how strong the competition is amongst the men.
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.
Results of qualified men, Drzonkow 2013
Jul 15th Jul, 13
In combats of men relay teams the French with 6.190 points proved to be most dominant (Geoffrey Megi, Valentin Belaud and Valentin Prade). Runner-up was Czech men relay team (Jan Kuf, Ondrej Polivka and Michal Sedlecky- 6150 pts.) while the Brits took bronze medals (James Cook, Joseph Evans i Samuel Curry – 6.112 pts.). The Poles can consider their starts to be completely unlucky. Due to Szymon Staskiewicz’s problems the team scored zero points and it was clear-cut that they had no chance to win any medals.Official website Senior European Championships http://www.pentathlon.org.pl/mes2013/index.php?go=home
Nizhny Novgorod World Cup Final line-up revealed
May 21st May, 13
With just ten (10) days to go until the 2013 Modern Pentathlon World Cup Final gets underway in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, UIPM is pleased to reveal the final entry list for one of the most highly anticipated events of this season’s calendar. The world’s top pentathletes are all set to battle it out on one of the biggest stages of all and some scintillating action will be expected throughout the three days of competition.
Adam Marosi is king of the ride
May 12th May, 13
Punching the air in delight as he recorded a perfect ride around the course, the Hungarian Olympic bronze medallist Adam Marosi, lapped up the applause of the crowd with the knowledge that he was now in the best possible position for a shot at gold with just the combined to go.
Jung ahead with ride and combined to go
May 12th May, 13
An extremely strong Men’s Final made for unpredictable results as the Czech Republic’s Michal Sedlecky came out on top in the fence and South Korea’s Jinhwa Jung finds first in the provisional leaderboard after World record holder James Cooke from Great Britain edged out his rivals in the pool.
18 nations qualify for the Men’s Final
May 10th May, 13
There were bunch finishes in each of the three Men’s Qualification groups in the combined events today at World Cup #4 in Budapest, Hungary. From 80 athletes competing, 36 made it to Sunday’s Final with 18 nations set to be represented.