Athlete Profile: Jose Pereyra
|Date of Birth:||1990-03-06|
|Best Total Points Performance||4636, CISM Military World Games (2011-07-16)||4497|
|Best 25m Swim Performance||2:35.94, 932 Points UIPM World Cup #2 (2011-04-14)||02:35:00|
|Best 33m Swim Performance||2:35.02, 940 Points Pan American & South American Championships (2012-10-02)||02:35:00|
|Best 50m Swim Performance||2:36.77, 920 Points UIPM World Cup #3 (2011-05-05)||02:41:24|
|Best Riding Points||1164, South American Championships (2011-06-02)||990|
|Best Combined Performance||12:08.82, 2088 Points CISM Military World Games (2011-07-16)||13:25:00|
Senior Pentathlon World Ranking
|Date||Rank||Points||Event One||Event Two||Event Three|
Pan American & South American Championships
Buenos Aires, 2012-10-02
|Oct 2012||22nd||Pan American & South American Championships, Buenos Aires, Argentina||Senior||Final||9|
|Oct 2012||3rd||Pan American & South American Championships, Buenos Aires, Argentina||Senior||Team|
|Jul 2011||31st||CISM Military World Games, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||Senior||Final||17|
|Jun 2011||26th||2011 Guadalajara Open, Guagalajara, Mexico||Senior||Final||5|
|Jun 2011||16th||South American Championships, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||Senior||Final||15|
|May 2011||33rd||UIPM World Cup #3, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Qualification C||1|
|Apr 2011||32nd||UIPM World Cup #2, Sassari, Italy||Senior||Qualification A||1|
|Feb 2011||25th||UIPM World Cup #1, Palm Springs CA, United States of America||Senior||Qualification A||1|
|Nov 2010||26th||Panamerican Championships, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||Senior||Final||22|
|Nov 2010||11th||Panamerican Championships, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||Senior||Team-relay 3 members|
|Aug 2010||20th||Junior+Senior South American Modern Pentathlon Championships, QUITO, Ecuador||Senior||Final||11|
|Dec 2009||21st||NORCECA & SOUTH AMERICA YOG Quali & Panamerican Championship, Buenos Aires, Argentina||Senior||Final||27|
|Oct 2008||16th||South American Senior and Junior Champs, Venezuela, Venezuela||Senior||Final||1|
|Nov 2007||26th||South American Senior & Junior Championships, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||Senior||Final||15|
|Oct 2006||19th||South American Championships, Resende, Brazil||Senior||Final||12|
NewsScintillating Champion of Champions as Patte and Isaksen take titles
Oct 27th Oct, 13
Two-days of stunning modern pentathlon at the Al Shaqab Centre in Doha ensured this edition of Champion of Champions hosted by Qatar Foundation in cooperation with Qatar Olympic Committee will live long in the memory. Saturday saw the women compete with Margaux Isaksen of USA defending her title with panache whilst France’s Christopher Patte claimed his maiden career victory by winning the men’s event on Sunday.
Christopher Patte victorious at Champion of Champions
Oct 27th Oct, 13
French 23-year-old Christopher Patte capped a sensational day for himself by grabbing his maiden title by winning Champion of Champions at the Al Shaqab Centre in Doha, Qatar. A quality swim was followed by a perfect ride and after starting the final event in pole, 8 seconds ahead of his nearest rival, he was simply unstoppable in the combined, never relinquishing his lead to claim a well-deserved victory.
Clouvel and Belaud give France Mixed Relay gold
Aug 25th Aug, 13
It was jubilation for France today at the World Championships in Taiwan as Elodie Clouvel and Valentin Belaud teamed up to win the Mixed Relay gold. A riveting day of competition had seen the pair first score 904 points in the fence before a 1:56.99 time in the pool saw them move up to third overall. Their perfect score in the ride ensured they had the perfect platform for a tilt at glory.
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.
Aug 19th Aug, 13
Chairperson: Prof Fabio Pigozzi (ITA) Members: Prof. Joseph Cummiskey (IRL)Prof. Alessia Di Gianfrancesco (ITA)Prof. Paolo Borrione (ITA) Overview: If an athlete, to treat a pathological condition, requires a medication falling under the Prohibited List, a Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) may give that athlete the authorization to take the medicament he needs. Any decision regarding the grant, withdrawal, denial and recognition of TUE’s are taken by the UIPM Therapeutic Use Exemption Committee (TUEC). The TUEC is composed by at least 3 physicians with experience in the care and treatment of athletes and a recognized knowledge of clinical, sports and exercise medicine. The TUEC may seek whatever medical or scientific expertise it deems appropriate in reviewing the circumstances of any application for a TUE. A Therapeutic Use Exemption will be granted only in strict accordance with the following criteria: 1. The athlete should submit an application for a TUE on a form provided by the UIPM. 2. The athlete would experience a significant impairment to health if the Prohibited Substance or Prohibited Method were to be withheld in the course of treating an acute or chronic medical condition. 3. The therapeutic use of the Prohibited Substance or Prohibited Method would produce no additional enhancement of performance other than that which might be anticipated by a return to a state of normal health following the treatment of a legitimate medical condition. 4. There would be no reasonable therapeutic alternative to the Use of the otherwise Prohibited Substance or Prohibited Method.
Aug 19th Aug, 13
Chairperson: Mr Janusz Peciak (USA) Secretary Mr José Maria Paula Santos (POR) Members: Mr Marcelo Gonçales (BRA)Dr Walid Sayed (EGY)Mrs Corine Bouzou (FRA)Mr Endre Kovats Bonamie (ESP)Mr Pedro Petrushinski (GER)Mr Carlo Passiatore (ITA)Mr Dong-Kook Chung (KOR)Mr Dmitry Menshikov (RUS)Dr Vladimir Miller (SVK) Overview: The Technical Committee is comprised of members who have had extensive experience as international judges in all five disciplines of modern pentathlon or who have had high level experience in administration of the sport. The 10 member committee is chaired by the Sport Director who is an Executive Board member. The Committee overseas all the rules governing the sport and makes recommendations for changes to the rules, competition format and technical requirements to the Executive Board. The Committee appoints 2 members to attend each of the Category A competitions and other high level competitions to ensure that the competitions are conducted according to the rules and regulations.
Youth A World Team Relay standings before combined
Aug 11th Aug, 13
After two events in the 3-Member Team Relay draws at the Youth A World Championships in Wuhan, Korea lead in the Men after winning the fence with 37 two-touch victories on the pistes and coming fourth in the swim to total 2160 points before the combined. The Chinese women are top of the charts with one event to go after winning both the swim and fence.
Germany’s Zillekens crowned Youth A World Champion 2013
Aug 9th Aug, 13
After starting the day by winning the Group A fence, Germany’s Christian Zillekens began the combined in third place and after some swift running and expert shooting at the range, the 17-year-old from Potsdam went onto to cross the finish line first and claim the Youth A World Championships gold at the Wuhan Sports Centre in the Hubei Province of China.