Athlete Profile: Jonathan Romo Teran
|Date of Birth:||1989-05-09|
|Best Total Points Performance||4676, South American Championships (2013-11-06)||4563|
|Best 50m Swim Performance||2:32.65, 972 Points South American Championships (2013-11-06)||02:36:00|
|Best Riding Points||1180, Junior+Senior South American Modern Pentathlon Championships (2010-08-26)||1060|
|Best Combined Performance||13:45.32, 1900 Points South American Championships (2013-11-06)||13:43:00|
Senior Pentathlon World Ranking
|Date||Rank||Points||Event One||Event Two||Event Three|
NORCECA Senior & Junior Championships
Santo Domingo, 2013-07-11
|Nov 2013||24th||South American Championships, Santiago, Chile||Senior||Final|
|Jul 2013||36th||NORCECA Senior & Junior Championships, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic||Senior||Final||1|
|Nov 2010||24th||Panamerican Championships, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||Senior||Final||24|
|Aug 2010||15th||Junior+Senior South American Modern Pentathlon Championships, QUITO, Ecuador||Senior||Final||16|
|Dec 2009||29th||NORCECA & SOUTH AMERICA YOG Quali & Panamerican Championship, Buenos Aires, Argentina||Senior||Final||19|
|Oct 2008||18th||South American Senior and Junior Champs, Venezuela, Venezuela||Senior||Final||1|
NewsIsaksen 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.
London 2012 Medals Unveiled
Jul 28th Jul, 11
The medals to be awarded to the winners at next year's Olympics were unveiled yesterday by the Princess Royal and Sebastian Coe in the presence of Jacques Rogge, the President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
NORCECA Relay Review
Jun 27th Jun, 11
Cuba achieved its first medal in the NORCECA Open Championship with the men’s relay competition, Yaniel Velazquez and Abel Alvarez took the victory for their country.
Camacho Storms to NORCECA Gold
Jun 26th Jun, 11
Youth Olympic Games Bronze Medalist Abraham Camacho and Alvaro Sandoval took the first and second places respectively at the NORCECA Open Championship. Eli Bremmer from the USA won the third place.
2012 Olympic Torch Unveiled in London
Jun 9th Jun, 11
The London Olympics now have a torch. LOCOG unveiled a torch prototype Tuesday at St. Pancras International against the backdrop of the Olympic Rings hanging from the roof of the station.
Review of the Pan American Championships
Nov 23rd Nov, 10
A full summary of the successful Pan American Championships which were held at Deodoro Sports Complex Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 19th - 21st November.
Soto Claims Gold at the Central American and Caribbean Games
Aug 2nd Aug, 10
The modern pentathlon discipline of the Central American and Caribbean Games was held in the city of Guatemala and organized by the always enthusiastic Guatemalan Modern Pentathlon Federation. Four nations took part, Mexico, Dominican Republic, Panama and Mexico. The fencing event was won by Julio Benjamin of the Dominican Republic with 27 victories and 8 defeats and 1048 pentathlon points.
Young Reporters at YOG
Jun 16th Jun, 10
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) today announced the list of the 29 Young Reporters who will be participating in the Young Reporters Programme for Singapore 2010 taking place between 14 and 26 August. The Young Reporters were selected by the Continental Associations of National Olympic Committees through a rigorous selection process. Representing each of the five continents, they are between the ages of 18 and 24 and are journalism students or have recently started their journalism career.