World Modern Pentathlon Championships

World Modern Pentathlon Championships
Status active
Genre sports event
Date(s) midyear
Frequency biannual
Country varying
Inaugurated 1949 (1949)

The UIPM Senior World Championships is an annual global international competition in modern pentathlon. It was first held in 1949 under the organization of the International Modern Pentathlon Union (UIPM).

Editions

Edition Year Men's host city Men's host country Women's host city Women's host country
I1949StockholmSweden Not held
II1950BernSwitzerland
III1951HelsingborgSweden
IV1953Santo DomingoChile
V1954BudapestHungary
VI1955ZurichSwitzerland
VII1957StockholmSweden
VIII1958AldershotUnited Kingdom
IX1959HersheyUnited States
X1961MoscowSoviet Union
XI1962Mexico CityMexico
XII1963MagglingenSwitzerland
XIII1965LeipzigEast Germany
XIV1966MelbourneAustralia
XV1967JönköpingSweden
XVI1969BudapestHungary
XVII1970WarendorfWest Germany
XVIII1971San AntonioUnited States
XIX1973LondonUnited Kingdom
XX1974MoscowSoviet Union
XXI1975Mexico CityMexico
XXII1977San AntonioUnited States
XXIII1978JönköpingSweden
XXIV1979BudapestHungary
XXV1981Zielona GóraPolandLondonUnited Kingdom
XXVI1982RomeItalyCompiègneFrance
XXVII1983WarendorfWest GermanyGothenburgSweden
XXVIII1984CopenhagenDenmark
XXIX1985MelbourneAustraliaMontrealCanada
XXX1986Montecatini TermeItalyMontecatini TermeItaly
XXXI1987MoulinsFranceBensheimWest Germany
XXXII1988WarsawPoland
XXXIII1989BudapestHungaryWiener NeustadtAustria
XXXIV1990LahtiFinlandLinköpingSweden
XXXV1991San AntonioUnited StatesSydneyAustralia
XXXVI1992WinterthurSwitzerlandBudapestHungary
XXXVII1993DarmstadtGermany
XXXVIII1994SheffieldUnited Kingdom
XXXIX1995BaselSwitzerland
XL1996RomeItalySienaItaly
XLI1997SofiaBulgaria Combined championships
XLII1998Mexico CityMexico
XLIII1999BudapestHungary
XLIV2000PesaroItaly
XLV2001MillfieldUnited Kingdom
XLVI2002San FranciscoUnited States
XLVII2003PesaroItaly
XLVIII2004MoscowRussia
XLIX2005WarsawPoland
L2006Guatemala CityGuatemala
LI2007BerlinGermany
LII2008BudapestHungary
LIII2009LondonUnited Kingdom
LIV2010ChengduChina
LV2011MoscowRussia
LVI2012RomeItaly
LVII2013KaoshiungTaiwan
LVIII2014WarsawPoland
LIX2015BerlinGermany
LX2016MoscowRussia
LXI2017CairoEgypt
LXII2018Mexico CityMexico
LXIII2019BudapestHungary
LXIV2020TBA[1]China

All-time medal table

Updated after the 2017 Championships.
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Hungary534333129
2 Poland34162171
3 Soviet Union32251471
4 Russia20301969
5 Great Britain19181350
6 Germany15101136
7 France1391436
8 Sweden1051126
9 Italy9161843
10 Lithuania88925
11 Czech Republic591125
12 China59620
13 United States57921
14 South Korea53614
15 Ukraine52613
16 Denmark5139
17 Belarus4101428
18 Egypt2428
19 Mexico1113
20 Canada1012
21 Finland09312
22 West Germany08917
23  Switzerland0426
24 Czechoslovakia0145
25  Latvia0123
 Brazil0123
27 Argentina0101
28  East Germany0022
 Romania0022
30  Bulgaria0011
 Chile0011
 Japan0011
 Kazakhstan0011
Total251251251753

See also

References

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