Athlete Profile: Russell North
|Date of Birth:||1988-10-23|
|Best Total Points Performance||5368, Hungarian Indoor Competition (2010-02-19)||5368|
|Best 25m Swim Performance||2:00.70, 1352 Points UIPM World Cup 3 (2010-04-08)||02:06:20|
|Best 50m Swim Performance||2:02.35, 1332 Points European Junior Championships (2008-04-29)||02:05:40|
|Best Riding Points||1180, European Junior Championships (2009-04-28)||1150|
|Best Combined Performance||11:44.84, 2184 Points Hungarian Indoor Competition (2010-02-19)||12:52:00|
|Jun 2010||26th||UIPM World Cup 5, Berlin, Germany||Senior||Qualification B||1|
|Apr 2010||23rd||UIPM World Cup 3, Medway, Great Britain||Senior||Qualification B||1|
|Mar 2010||19th||UIPM World Cup 2, Cairo, Egypt||Senior||Qualification A||1|
|Feb 2010||16th||Hungarian Indoor Competition, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Final||15|
|Nov 2009||12th||French Open International Championships , Paris, France||Senior||Final||4|
|Aug 2009||28th||Senior World Championships, London, Great Britain||Senior||Qualification C||1|
|Jul 2009||29th||Junior World Championships, Kaoshiung, Chinese Taipei||Junior||Qualification B||1|
|Jul 2009||12th||Junior World Championships, Kaoshiung, Chinese Taipei||Junior||Team-relay 3 members|
|Jun 2009||31st||European Senior Championships, Leipzig, Germany||Senior||Qualification A||1|
|May 2009||25th||European Junior Championships, Albena, Bulgaria||Junior||Final||23|
|May 2009||4th||European Junior Championships, Albena, Bulgaria||Junior||Team-relay 3 members|
|Apr 2009||30th||World Cup 2 2009, Cairo, Egypt||Senior||Qualification B||1|
|Apr 2009||22nd||Bath International Competition, Bath, Great Britain||Senior||Final||1|
|Mar 2009||20th||World Cup 1 2009 NEW DATES, Mexico City, Mexico||Senior||Qualification B||9|
|Jul 2008||22nd||Junior World Championships, Cairo, Egypt||Junior||Qualification A||12|
|Jun 2008||7th||Grand Prix Slovakia Juraj Ondro Memorial, Banska Bystrica, Slovakia||Senior||Final||9|
|May 2008||23rd||European Junior Championships, Drzonjow, Poland||Junior||Qualification A||5|
|May 2008||10th||European Junior Championships, Drzonjow, Poland||Junior||Team-relay 3 members|
|Mar 2008||20th||World Cup 3 2008, Millfield, Great Britain||Senior||Qualification B||1|
|Jan 1970||1st||Biathle World Championships, Monte Carlo, Monaco||Junior|
|Jul 2007||42nd||European Junior Championships, Budapest, Hungary||Junior||Final||6|
|May 2007||36th||International Junior Competition, Drzonkow, Poland||Junior||Final||1|
|Aug 2006||28th||Youth A World Championships, Popoli-Sulmona, Italy||Youth A||Final|
|Jul 2006||42nd||European Championships Youth A, Lodz, Poland||Youth A||Final|
NewsPhilippines Biathle Competition puts smile back on faces
Nov 20th Nov, 13
Following a week of clean-up and hardship from the tragedy of Typhoon Hainan, locally in the Philippines known as Typhoon Yolanda, the Negros Biathle Competition was held this weekend. The event was moved from Cadiz City on the northern tip of Negros Island, which suffered major damage from the super typhoon, to Canonoy Beach Resort further south and further away from the path which the eye of the storm took. All who took part thoroughly enjoyed the experience and were left with a big smile on their faces.
Portugal hosting February 2014 Training camp
Nov 12th Nov, 13
A unique opportunity to attend a full modern pentathlon training camp from 10-15 February 2014 in Portugal is being offered by the Portuguese Modern Pentathlon Federation.
Sondos Tarek and Sherif Nazier win African YOG Nanjing 2014 qualifier
Nov 11th Nov, 13
After mixed weather in the Ivorian capital Abdijan, it was Sondos Tarek of Egypt who dominated the girls draw with her 3804 points qualifying her for the 2014 Youth Olympic Games next summer in Nanjing, China. In the men’s, it was compatriot Sherif Nazier who triumphed, to also book his place for the big show.
Eevi Bengs wins Nordic Championships
Sep 11th Sep, 13
The beautiful island of Bornholm in the Baltic Sea was the setting for this year’s edition of the Nordic Championships, close to the Hammershus castle ruin, the largest medieval fortress in northern Europe, and it was 23-year-old Eevi Bengs from Finland who took the title.
Heather Fell to do 1580km 9 day charity bike ride
Jun 5th Jun, 13
As one of Britain’s top modern pentathletes and Olympic silver medallist at the 2008 Beijing games, Heather Fell is highly skilled across the disciplines of fencing, swimming, show jumping and running and shooting. However, Fell, who trains locally at the Pentathlon GB High Performance Centre at the University of Bath, is about to step out of her comfort zone by undertaking the Deloitte Ride Across Britain ultimate cycle challenge to raise money for the Bath Rugby Foundation.
World Cup #4 hosts Budapest unveil final logo
May 2nd May, 13
With the much anticipated competition now exactly one week away, the organisers from the World Cup #4 in the Hungarian capital have announced a new Buda Castle and Széchenyi Chain Bridge inspired logo.
Fomer USA Pentathlon President Ralph C. Bender Passes Away
Jan 2nd Jan, 13
Ralph C. Bender, founder and Chairman Emeritus of San Antonio Sports, passed away Thursday morning, Dec. 27 in San Antonio, TX, his adopted home town. Born in Davenport, Iowa on June 3, 1924, Bender had a profound impact on both the physical and sports landscape of San Antonio and Modern Pentathlon in the USA.
Isaksen win's her final ever junior event
Nov 26th Nov, 12
Defending Junior World Champion Margaux Isaksen, in her final competition as a junior, brought home the gold for the United States in the NORTH AMERICAN OPEN Youth and Junior Championships held over the Thanksgiving weekend at the US Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado. In the women's youth and junior categories the US swept all divisions with Naomi Ross of Denver, Colorado taking the Youth C crown, Monet Moreau of San Marcos, Texas the Youth B gold and Natalie Bowman from Lodi, California the Youth A title. This title for Isaksen caps an illustrious career as a junior Pentathlete with multiple world titles and medals to her name. In the men's open-junior division Kim Kyeong Pil of Korea took home the gold medal with Jonathan Heiniger of River Falls, Wisconsin winning the NORTH AMERICAN Youth C title, Ted Koerner of Castle Hills, Colorado the NORTHAMERICAN Youth B crown and Charlie Fernandez of Guatemala, the NORTH AMERICAN Youth A and NORTH AMERICAN Junior division gold medals.