Athlete Profile: Rita Pal
|Date of Birth:||1981-04-17|
|Feb 2007||19th||Budapest Indoor International, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Final||12|
|Jun 2006||20th||World Cup 2006 4, Szekesfehervar, Hungary||Senior||Qualification B||9|
|Feb 2006||11th||HVB Cup Indoor International, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Final||20|
|Jun 2005||19th||Bath Internationnal meeting, Bath, Great Britain||Senior||Final|
|May 2005||16th||9th Women's qualifying competition, Spiez, Switzerland||Senior||Final|
|Mar 2005||20th||World Cup Mexico, WOMEN, Acapulco, Mexico||Senior||Final|
|Feb 2005||9th||5th open African championships, Cairo, Egypt||Senior||Final|
|Feb 2005||17th||Budapest indoor Championships, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Final|
|Sep 2004||8th||CISM WOMEN , Szekesfehervar, Hungary||Senior||Final|
|Sep 2004||3rd||CISM WOMEN , Szekesfehervar, Hungary||Senior||Team-relay 3 members|
|Jun 2004||8th||8th Women's qualifying competition (SUI), Spiez, Switzerland||Senior||Final|
|Dec 2003||15th||III Military World Games CISM (ITA 2), Catalina, Italy||Senior||Final|
|Jun 2003||18th||World Cup Most (CZE 1), Most, Czech Republic||Senior||Final|
|Apr 2003||26th||World Cup 2, Szekesfehervar, Hungary||Senior||Qualification B|
|Feb 2003||24th||Steffi Cup, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Final|
|Sep 2002||19th||Junior World Championships, Sydney, Australia||Junior||Final|
|Jul 2002||10th||Junior European Championships, Budapest, Hungary||Junior||Final|
|Jun 2002||2nd||CISM, Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic||Senior||Final|
|Feb 2002||15th||Steffi Cup, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Final|
|Aug 2001||31st||Junior World Championships, Budapest, Hungary||Junior||Final|
|Jul 2001||24th||European championships, Usti Nad Labem, Czech Republic||Junior||Final|
|Apr 2001||31st||World Cup 2, Szekesfehervar, Hungary||Senior||Final|
|Feb 2001||18th||Steffi Cup, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Final|
|May 1999||31st||International Meeting, Berlin, Germany||Senior||Final|
|Apr 1999||18th||Junior European Championships, Szekesfehervar, Hungary||Junior||Final|
|Mar 1999||24th||World Cup 1, San Antonio, United States of America||Senior||Final|
NewsValentin Prades: "I am not afraid of going beyond the pain threshold"
Sep 26th Sep, 13
With Modern Pentathlon starlet Valentin Prades turning 21 today, we took the opportunity of putting a few questions to the talented Frenchman. You can also read the full interview in French below.
China & Korea win Men and Women’s Youth World Team Relays
Aug 11th Aug, 13
China capped a wonderful day of dominance at the Wuhan Sport Centre by winning the Women’s Youth A World Championships Women’s 3-Team Member Relay whilst Korea took gold in the Men’s event with a new World Record being set by Donggi Lee.
Arol smashes fencing World Record on way to victory in Women’s Junior European Championships Final
Jun 21st Jun, 13
Katsiaryna Arol re-wrote the record books yesterday after the Belarusian 21-year-old fenced her way to 33 wins and only two losses in the Junior European Championships Women’s Final, setting a new World Record in the process. Her tally of 1192 points usurping the previous record set by China’s Xiaonan Zhang at World Cup #1 Palm Springs USA earlier this year. She then placed 18th in the pool before claiming a maximum 1200 points in the ride to start the combined well ahead of her nearest rivals.
Belarus hosting European Youth B Championships
Jun 10th Jun, 13
The Belarusian Federation of Modern Pentathlon will this week host the European Youth B Championships in its capital city Minsk. Fierce competition is expected over the three days at the Palace of Water Sport and stadium JUICE "Olympic". The organisers will declare the event open when they hold the press conference on Wednesday 12 June at 12.00 local time.
Unstoppable Tereshuk wins World Cup Final
May 31st May, 13
It was the speed of Ukraine’s Victoria Tereshuk which made the difference in the hot and humid conditions of Nizhny Novgorod as the 31-year-old stormed to an impressive victory in the combined to win the UIPM World Cup Final with real panache.
Ortega and Arceo triumph at Mexican Nationals
May 24th May, 13
After gaining invaluable experience on the international circuit with appearances at World Cup’s in Palm Springs, Chengdu and Budapest, Jhonnathan Ortega confirmed his status as one of the rising stars of Mexican Modern Pentathlon by winning the Men’s title at this month’s Nationals. Still only a teenager, he is now ranked just outside the world top 50 and could prove to be a real force next season.
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.
Gyenesei and Marosi ahead before combined
May 13th May, 13
Hungarian duo Leila Gyenesei and Adam Marosi are now in pole position to deliver a gold that has so far eluded the host national in Budapest as they begin the combied ahead of the pack. The pair, who won the inaugural Mixed Relay at World Cup #1 in Palm Springs, USA, has proved formidable this season.