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Modern pentathlon at the 2004 Summer Olympics

 

Modern pentathlon at the 2004 Summer Olympics

Modern pentathlon
at the Games of the XXVIII Olympiad
Venue Olympic Modern Pentathlon Centre
Dates 26–27 August
Competitors 64 from 26 nations
Modern pentathlon at the
2004 Summer Olympics

Events
men  women
Final segment of the men's event

The modern pentathlon at the 2004 Summer Olympics was held from 26 August to 27 August 2004, at the Olympic Modern Pentathlon Centre at the Goudi Olympic Complex. The men's and women's events each involved 32 athletes, an increase of eight from the previous games.[1]

The Eastern European nations continued to dominate in the men's event as

  • BBC Sport – 2004 Athens
  • Official Olympic Report
  • Official Results

External links

  1. ^ "About Modern Pentathlon". Pentathlon.org. Retrieved 13 November 2012. 

References

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Hungary (HUN) 1 0 0 1
 Russia (RUS) 1 0 0 1
3  Latvia (LAT) 0 1 0 1
 Lithuania (LTU) 0 1 0 1
5  Czech Republic (CZE) 0 0 1 1
 Great Britain (GBR) 0 0 1 1

Medal table

Medal summary

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's
 Andrey Moiseev
Russia (RUS)
 Andrejus Zadneprovskis
Lithuania (LTU)
 Libor Capalini
Czech Republic (CZE)
Women's
 Zsuzsanna Vörös
Hungary (HUN)
 Jeļena Rubļevska
Latvia (LAT)
 Georgina Harland
Great Britain (GBR)

Medalists

In addition, the host nation was guaranteed at least one competitor in each gender if none qualified as above, and the Tripartite Commission allocated one invitational place. If more than one of the qualification places was won by a single competitor or more than two were won by a single NOC, the field was brought up to 32 competitors by selecting the highest-rated pentathlete on the UIPM ranking list of 1 June 2004.

  • 2002 World Cup Final - first place
  • 2003 World Championships - top three places
  • 2003 World Cup Final - top two places
  • 2003-04 Continental championships:
    • Africa - first place
    • Asia - top two places
    • Oceania - first place
    • North America - first place
    • South America - first place
    • Europe - top three places
  • 2004 World Championships - top nine places
  • 2004 World Cups - top two places in each of the three competitions

Qualification tournaments were:

Qualification for the modern pentathlon event was run by the International Modern Pentathlon Union (UIPM). 32 men and 32 women qualified, with a limit of 2 competitors per gender for each National Olympic Committee. As a minimum, men were required to have earned 5,100 points either on the 1 June 2004 UIPM ranking list or at a continental qualifying competition. Women needed 4,800 points. The pentathlete must have also earned one of 30 qualifying places at a tournament or one of 2 invitational places.

Qualification

Modern pentathlon contained five events; pistol shooting, épée fencing, 200 m freestyle swimming, show jumping, and a 3 km cross-country run. They were held in that order, with each segment awarding points to competitors based on their performance in the segment. The points from each of the events were summed to give a final ranking; in addition, the running segment at the end of the day used a staggered start designed so that the order in which runners finished would be the same as their ranking by total points.

Format

  • Format 1
  • Qualification 2
  • Medalists 3
  • Medal summary 4
    • Medal table 4.1
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Contents

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