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European Modern Pentathlon Championships

 

European Modern Pentathlon Championships

European Modern Pentathlon Championships is main modern pentathlon championships in Europe.

Contents

  • Summary of championships 1
  • Medal table : 1987–2014 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Summary of championships

Year City Country Date Venue No. of
Athletes
1987 West Berlin
 West Germany
— (m)
1989 Umeå
Modena
 Sweden (m)
 Italy (f)
1991 Rome
Sofia
 Italy (m)
 Bulgaria (f)
1993 Sofia
Györ
 Bulgaria (m)
 Hungary (f)
1995 San Benedetto
Berlin
 Italy (m)
 Germany (f)
1997 Székesfehérvár
Moscow
 Hungary (m)
 Russia (f)
1998 Uppsala
Warszawa
 Sweden (m)
 Poland (f)
1999 Drzonków
Tampere
 Poland (m)
 Finland (f)
2000 Székesfehérvár  Hungary
2001 Sofia  Bulgaria
2002 Ústí nad Labem  Czech Republic
2003 Ústí nad Labem  Czech Republic
2004 Albena  Bulgaria
2005 Montepulciano  Italy
2006 Budapest  Hungary
2007 Riga  Latvia
2008 Moscow  Russia 14-20 July
2009 Leipzig  Germany 7-13 June
2010 Debrecen  Hungary 14-20 July
2011 Medway  United Kingdom 28 July-1 August
2012 Sofia  Bulgaria 4-10 July
2013 Drzonków  Poland 11-17 July
2014 Székesfehérvár  Hungary 10-15 July
2015 Bath  United Kingdom 17-23 August University of Bath[1]

Medal table : 1987–2014

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Hungary 39 23 18 80
2  Russia 25 16 18 59
3  Great Britain 12 12 10 34
4  Lithuania 11 10 5 26
5  Poland 8 13 21 42
6  France 7 8 8 23
7  Germany 6 11 5 22
8  Italy 6 9 9 24
9  Czech Republic 5 7 11 23
-  Soviet Union 5 1 2 8
10  Belarus 4 9 13 26
11  Ukraine 3 9 8 20
12  Estonia 1 0 0 1
13  Sweden 0 1 3 4
14  Latvia 0 1 1 2
14  Romania 0 1 1 2
-  Czechoslovakia 0 1 0 1
-  West Germany 0 1 0 1
16  Greece 0 0 1 1
Total 133 133 134 400

[2]

References

  • 2007-2012
  1. ^ Pentathlon GB to host 2015 European Championships at University of Bath
  2. ^ Medals

External links

  • World Pentathlon
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