Twelve years after he won his first International Modern Pentathlon Union (UIPM) world title, Hungary’s 36-year-old Adam Marosi added a second today in Cairo, earning an automatic quota place for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics in so doing.
Anastasiya Prokopenko regained the modern pentathlon world title in Cairo with a superb concluding laser run, thus assuring Belarus of a hat-trick in the women’s event.
The UIPM 2021 Pentathlon and Laser Run World Championships continued today with 81 athletes taking part in qualification for the men's individual final in modern pentathlon.
Alexander Lifanov and Maxim Kuznetsov, representing the Russian Modern Pentathlon Federation (RMPF), won a close men’s relay on the second day of the International Modern Pentathlon Union (UIPM) World Championships in Cairo.
Volha Silkina and Iryna Prasiantsova of Belarus won the women’s relay gold on the opening day of the International Modern Pentathlon Union (UIPM) World Championships in Cairo in dominant fashion.
Britain forced to pull out of UIPM World Championships by Government’s addition of Egypt to travel red list
Britain’s strong hopes of earning medals at the International Modern Pentathlon Union (UIPM) World Championships starting in Cairo tomorrow have been ended by the latest British Government update on travel restrictions.
International Modern Pentathlon Union (UIPM) President Klaus Schormann has expressed his confidence that Minsk will host next year's World Championships to the highest level following a working visit to Belarus.
Great Britain's Kate French and Germany's Annika Schleu topped their respective women's individual qualification standings, as action continued at the International Modern Pentathlon Union (UIPM) Pentathlon World Championships in Budapest.
Germany's Alexander Nobis and Patrick Dogue claimed the men's team relay title on day two of the International Modern Pentathlon Union Pentathlon World Championships in Budapest.