Modern pentathlon at the 1964 Summer Olympics – Individual

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The individual competition was a modern pentathlon event held as part of the Modern pentathlon at the 1964 Summer Olympics programme. One segment of the pentathlon was held each day, from 11 October to 15 October 1964.

Medalists[edit]

Gold Gold Silver Silver Bronze Bronze
Ferenc Török
 Hungary
Igor Novikov
 Soviet Union
Albert Mokeev
 Soviet Union

Results[edit]

Equestrian[edit]

Event 1
Place Pentathlete Time Penalty Score
1.  E. M. Flores (MEX) 2:39.6 0 1100
2.  Rudolf Trost (AUT) 2:49.6 0 1100
3.  Bo Jansson (SWE) 2:58.5 0 1100
4.  Aquiles Gloffka (CHI) 3:03.5 0 1100
5.  Udo Birnbaum (AUT) 3:09.8 0 1100
6.  David Kirkwood (USA) 3:13.7 0 1100
7.  Rolf Junefelt (SWE) 3:14.8 0 1100
8.  Wolfgang Goedicke (EUA) 3:16.7 0 1100
9.  Donald McMiken (AUS) 3:17.1 0 1100
10.  Fukutome Yoshihide (JPN) 3:31.4 0 1100
11.  D. R. Rios (MEX) 2:34.3 30 1070
12.  Herbert Polzhuber (AUT) 3:39.7 30 1070
13.  Benjamin Finnis (GBR) 2:45.3 30 1070
14.  Enrique Padilla (MEX) 2:45.8 30 1070
15.  Ferenc Török (HUN) 2:52.2 30 1070
16.  James Moore (USA) 3:03.5 30 1070
17.  Robert Phelps (GBR) 3:14.7 30 1070
18.  Paul Pesthy (USA) 3:14.7 30 1070
19.  Peter Macken (AUS) 3:19.8 30 1070
20.  Uwe Adler (EUA) 3:20.8 30 1070
21.  Uchino Shigeaki (JPN) 3:24.3 30 1070
22.  Jorma Hotanen (FIN) 2:46.2 60 1040
23.  Keijo Vanhala (FIN) 2:47.4 60 1040
24.  Victor Mineev (URS) 2:54.4 60 1040
25.  Kari Kaaja (FIN) 2:56.4 60 1040
26.  Igor Novikov (URS) 2:59.9 60 1040
27.  Ottó Török (HUN) 3:13.7 60 1040
28.  Mino Shigeki (JPN) 3:16.2 60 1040
29.  Hans-Gunnar Liljenwall (SWE) 3:18.7 60 1040
30.  Imre Nagy (HUN) 3:20.7 60 1040
31.  Duncan Page (AUS) 3:32.8 60 1040
32.  Jeremy Fox (GBR) 3:10.0 90 1010
33.  Albert Mokeev (URS) 2:54.4 130 970
34.  Elmar Frings (EUA) 3:32.7 140 960
35.  Choi Kui Seung (KOR) 2:50.4 150 950
36.  Jose Pereira (BRA) 3:16.9 160 940
37.  Alfonso Ottaviani (ITA) 3:23.4 160 940

Fencing[edit]

Ferenc Török was the most successful fencer, with a record of 27-9 propelling him to the 1000 points awarded to the best record. Other fencers lost 36 points from that 1000 for each loss beyond 9.

Shooting[edit]

Swimming[edit]

Running[edit]

Sources[edit]

  • Tokyo Organizing Committee (1964). The Games of the XVIII Olympiad: Tokyo 1964, vol. 2.