Athlete Profile: Dmytro Yeropolov
|Date of Birth:||1982-01-06|
|Best Riding Points||1172, Junior European Championships (2002-07-02)||1100|
|Sep 2004||17th||CISM MEN, Szekesfehervar, Hungary||Senior||Qualification A|
|Dec 2003||21st||Military World Games CISM MEN (ITA 2), Catania, Italy||Senior||Qualification A|
|Sep 2003||19th||Junior World Championships (GRE) (Men), Athens, Greece||Junior||Qualification B|
|Sep 2003||7th||Junior World Championships (GRE) (Men), Athens, Greece||Junior||Team-relay 3 members|
|Jun 2003||16th||Junior European Championship (CZE), Usti Nad Labem, Czech Republic||Junior||Final|
|Jun 2003||6th||Junior European Championship (CZE), Usti Nad Labem, Czech Republic||Junior||Team-relay 3 members|
|Jul 2002||5th||Junior European Championships, Budapest, Hungary||Junior||Final|
|Jul 2002||7th||Junior European Championships, Budapest, Hungary||Junior||Team-relay 3 members|
|Sep 2001||23rd||CISM, Werendorf, Germany||Senior||Qualification A|
|Aug 2001||19th||Junior World Championships, Budapest, Hungary||Junior||Final|
NewsLesun in pole for Men Worlds Final combined
Aug 24th Aug, 13
After a score of in the penultimate event of the day on the horse, Russian defending champion Aleksander Lesun move top of the leaderboard with just the run/shoot to go in the Men’s World Championships Final.
Aug 19th Aug, 13
Chairperson: Mrs Georgina Harland (GBR) Members: Mr Sebastien Dietz (GER)Mr Omar El Geziry (EGY)Mr Dmytro Kirpulyanskyy (UKR)Mr Andrei Moiseev (RUS)Miss Adrienn Toth (HUN) Overview: The Athlete's Committee develops the relationship and maintains the communication with the athletes and represents their interests on the Executive Board. The Athletes Committee is constantly aware of decisions and guidelines given by the Executive Board and the UIPM Committee's (in particular Technical, Business Affairs, Medical and Marketing and Media) in order to inform the athletes of changes and proposals taken into consideration. Athletes meetings are scheduled during the main competitions (World Championships, World Cup Final) to discuss issues needing to be brought to the attention of the Executive Board. The Athlete's Committee is also involved in managing the distribution of equipment provided by UIPM Sponsors.
Adam Marosi dominant as he claims European title
Jul 16th Jul, 13
After starting the day by sharing top spot in the fence after 24 winning bouts, Hungary’s World No.1 Adam Marosi was the man in charge in the European Championships Final as the 28-year never relinquished his lead all day as he crossed the combined event finish line first to take gold and the title of European Champion.
El Geziry beats British duo to win swim
Jun 1st Jun, 13
Some sensational times in the pool saw ten athletes record sub-2 mins times in the Men’s World Cup Final swim. Egypt’s Amro El Geziry was the quickest with a time of 1:52:28, just ahead of the pair from Great Britain Jamie Cooke and Joe Evans.
Frolov dominant in unpredictable World Cup Final fence
Jun 1st Jun, 13
The home crowd got what they came for as Russian reigning Champion Ilian Frolov came out on top in the Men’s World Cup Final morning fence. It was highly unpredictable with some big names struggling against some extremely tough opposition.
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.
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.
Chinese tour de force in the Men’s Qualifiers
Apr 18th Apr, 13
It was an impressive day for the pentathletes from China on the day of Qualification for the Men at the UIPM World Cup #3 in Chengdu with Group A seeing a one, two, three finish by the local boys and Group B being won by another of their compatriots. No one would have predicted such results early on in the day with the usual suspects dominating in the fencing and swimming events at the Pierre de Coubertin Modern Pentathlon stadium.