Modern Pentathlon World Cup

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Modern Pentathlon World Cup is an annual series of modern pentathlon competitions organised by the International Modern Pentathlon Union (UIPM). Competitions are held in a number of countries and each series culminates in a World Cup Final. It is the top level annual series for the sport.

The 2010 edition had its world cup final in Moscow and the 2014 series has its final in Sarasota Bradenton.[1]

Winners of the World Cup Final[edit]

Year Women Men Team-Relay Women Team-Relay Men Team-Relay Mix
1999 Poland Dorota Idzi France Sébastien Deleigne United Kingdom Kate Allenby, Georgina Harland, Steph Cook Hungary Ákos Hanzély, Péter Sárfalvi, Gábor Balogh
2000 France Caroline Delemer Ukraine Vadym Tkachuk
2001 Lithuania Edvinas Krungolcas
2002 Italy Claudia Corsini Lithuania Andrejus Zadneprovskis
2003 United Kingdom Georgia Harland Kazakhstan Sustem Sabirkhuzin
2004 United Kingdom Kate Allenby Lithuania Edvinas Krungolcas
2005 Italy Claudia Corsini Lithuania Edvinas Krungolcas
2006 Italy Alessia Pieretti Czech Republic Libor Capalini
2007 Egypt Aya Medany Lithuania Edvinas Krungolcas
2008 Russia Donata Rimsaite Hungary Róbert Kasza
2009 Russia Donata Rimsaite Hungary Ádám Marosi
2010 Germany Lena Schöneborn Hungary Ádám Marosi
2011 Germany Lena Schöneborn Hungary Róbert Kasza
2012 Lithuania Laura Asadauskaitė Russia Ilia Frolov
2013 Ukraine Victoria Tereshchuk France Valentin Prades Latvia Jeļena Rubļevska, Deniss Cernovskis
2014 Poland Oktawia Nowacka Russia Aleksander Lesun Russia Ekaterina Khuraskina, Aleksander Lesun
2015 Lithuania Laura Asadauskaitė Italy Riccardo De Luca Belarus Katsiaryna Arol, Ilya Palazkov
2016 Germany Lena Schöneborn United Kingdom James Cooke Republic of Ireland Natalya Coyle, Arthur Lanigan-O'Keeffe
2017 Hungary Tamara Alekszejev France Valentin Prades Republic of Ireland Natalya Coyle, Arthur Lanigan-O'Keeffe

Host venues[edit]

Year Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Stage 5 Final
1999 United States San Antonio Mexico Mexico City Italy Rome Germany Darmstadt France Aix-en-Provence/
Hungary Budapest
Australia Sydney
2000 United States San Antonio South Korea Seoul Hungary Budapest Germany Darmstadt France Aix-en-Provence
2001 Mexico Mexico City Germany Warendorf Hungary Székesfehérvár Hungary Budapest United Kingdom Bath Russia Moscow
2002 Mexico Mexico City Spain Madrid Hungary Székesfehérvár/
Germany Sindelfingen
Hungary Budapest/
Poland Warsaw
Hungary Budapest
2003 Mexico Mexico City Hungary Székesfehérvár Poland Warsaw Greece Athens
2004 Germany Darmstadt
2005 Sweden Uppsala
2006 Italy Chianciano Terme
2007 China Beijing
2008 Egypt Cairo Mexico Mexico City United Kingdom Millfield Spain Madrid Czech Republic Kladno Portugal Caldas da Rainha
2009 Mexico Mexico City Egypt Cairo Hungary Budapest Hungary Székesfehérvár Italy Rome Brazil Rio de Janeiro
2010 Mexico Playa del Carmen Egypt Cairo United Kingdom Medway Hungary Budapest Germany Berlin Russia Moscow
2011 United States Palm Springs Italy Sassari Hungary Budapest China Chengdu N/A United Kingdom London
2012 United States Charlotte Brazil Rio de Janeiro Hungary Százhalombatta Russia Rostov N/A China Chengdu
2013 United States Palm Springs Brazil Rio de Janeiro China Chengdu Hungary Budapest N/A Russia Nizhniy Novgorod
2014 Egypt Cairo China Chengdu Hungary Kecskemét N/A United States Sarasota
2015 United States Sarasota Egypt Cairo Italy Rome Hungary Kecskemét N/A Belarus Minsk
2016 Egypt Cairo Brazil Rio de Janeiro Italy Rome Hungary Kecskemét N/A United States Sarasota
2017 United States Los Angeles Egypt Cairo Hungary Kecskemét Poland Drzonkow N/A Lithuania Vilnius
2018 United States Palm Springs Hungary Kecskemét Poland Lublin Germany Dresden N/A Italy Sassari
2019 Italy Rome Russia Rostov-na-Donu Egypt Cairo United States Sarasota N/A Japan Tokyo
2020 United States Palm Springs Germany Dresden Italy Catania Brazil Rio de Janeiro N/A Russia Rostov-na-Donu

References[edit]

  1. ^ 2014 World Cup Final. SB Pentathlon. Retrieved on 2014-06-01.

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