Athlete Profile: Luis Magno
|Date of Birth:||1987-08-25|
|Best Total Points Performance||5656, CISM Military World Games (2011-07-16)||5307|
|Best 50m Swim Performance||2:01.52, 1344 Points World Military Modern Pentathlon Championships (2010-07-06)||02:05:46|
|Best Riding Points||1196, South American Championships (2013-11-06)||1110|
|Best Combined Performance||10:39.35, 2444 Points CISM Military World Games (2011-07-16)||12:00:55|
Senior Pentathlon World Ranking
|Date||Rank||Points||Event One||Event Two||Event Three|
NORCECA Senior & Junior Championships
Santo Domingo, 2013-07-11
|Nov 2013||5th||South American Championships, Santiago, Chile||Senior||Final|
|Jul 2013||23rd||NORCECA Senior & Junior Championships, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic||Senior||Final||8|
|Oct 2011||17th||Champion of Champions, Catania, Italy||Senior||Final||1|
|Oct 2011||11th||Panamerican Games 2011, Guadalajara, Mexico||Senior||Final||20|
|Sep 2011||28th||UIPM Senior World Championships, Moscow, Russia||Senior||Qualification A||1|
|Sep 2011||19th||UIPM Senior World Championships, Moscow, Russia||Senior||Team|
|Jul 2011||9th||CISM Military World Games, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||Senior||Final||39|
|Jun 2011||1st||South American Championships, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||Senior||Final||40|
|May 2011||20th||UIPM World Cup #3, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Qualification B||1|
|Feb 2011||13th||UIPM World Cup #1, Palm Springs CA, United States of America||Senior||Qualification C||10|
|Nov 2010||7th||Panamerican Championships, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||Senior||Final||42|
|Aug 2010||4th||Junior+Senior South American Modern Pentathlon Championships, QUITO, Ecuador||Senior||Final||31|
|Jul 2010||34th||World Military Modern Pentathlon Championships, Prague, Czech Republic||Senior||Final||14|
|Jun 2010||24th||UIPM World Cup 5, Berlin, Germany||Senior||Qualification A||1|
|Mar 2010||16th||UIPM World Cup 2, Cairo, Egypt||Senior||Qualification B||1|
|Dec 2009||7th||NORCECA & SOUTH AMERICA YOG Quali & Panamerican Championship, Buenos Aires, Argentina||Senior||Final||42|
|Sep 2009||29th||World Cup Final 2009, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||Senior||Final||27|
NewsPANAM Youth Olympic Qualifier results
Dec 5th Dec, 13
The beautiful city of Acapulco, on the Mexican Pacific Coast, saw the PANAM Qualification stages for the 2014 Nanjing Youth Olympic Games takes place this weekend. A great atmosphere and some incredible performances by the 58 participating athletes from the 12 represented nations ensured an impressive spectacle for all those in attendance.
Less than 1000 days to go until Rio 2016
Nov 11th Nov, 13
A milestone was reached this Saturday as the Rio de Janeiro Municipal Government inaugurated today an observation tower at the Olympic Park to celebrate the landmark 1000 days to go until the opening ceremony.
Pentathletes Head South to Rio for World Cup #2
Mar 12th Mar, 12
The Pentathletes are shipping out of Charlotte and heading south to Rio de Janeiro for the second World Cup Series event of the season.
Soto Claims Pan American Gold - Pictures
Oct 17th Oct, 11
Oscar Soto (MEX) has used all his experience to cruise to gold at the 2011 Pan American Championships in Guadalajara, Mexico.
Champion of Champions Athletes Announced
Oct 4th Oct, 11
The list of athletes to line up to compete for the €50,000 prize money at the 2011 Champion of Champions on 29-30 October 2011 has been confirmed.
2011 Champion of Champions
Sep 30th Sep, 11
The most prestigious Modern Pentathlon event, the Champion of Champions is making its long awaited comeback on 29-30 October 2011 in the picturesque Sicily, Italy.
Men's World Championships Preview: Final Part, Solo Runners, Africa, Americas & Conclusion
Sep 5th Sep, 11
Solo Runners Austrian Tomas Daniel and Dutch Kevin Hilgeholt are well known in the circuit and keep the top level despite not having the same training facilities and conveniences of other countries, so they have to work very hard to make it and play an important role in the development of the sport in their countries.
Luis Win's South American Championships in Rio
Jun 6th Jun, 11
The top 30 men from 6 counters get entry into the South American Championships. This time the field was much bigger and more competitive than previous day with women. Like for the women for many athletes this was the last chance qualification for Pan American Games in September.