Janse van Rensburg and Watt selected for World Cup #1 in Cairo, Egypt.
Genevieve Janse van Rensburg and Tully Watt will start their 2023 senior international campaign at World Cup #1, being held in Cairo, Egypt. March 7th to 12th. International competition experience and exposure is vital for athlete development and progression in the...
Statement from the MPA Executive Board
Modern pentathlon is at risk of forever losing its place on the Olympic Games program after Paris 2024, having been excluded from the initial program for Los Angeles 2028. Modern pentathlon was created specifically...
MPA Position Statement
Modern Pentathlon Australia (MPA) is proud to represent the interests of the modern pentathlon community in Australia. In Australia, modern pentathlon receives very little Government funding. Our community relies on goodwill and the collective effort of...
Temesi Crowned World Champion
The first day of the World Laser Run competition held in Lisbon Portugal, saw seven Australian athletes competing across the women's individual events delivering some very impressive performances. 17 year old Zara Temesi ran a blistering race in the Junior Laser...
Maki Takken appointed MPA President
Following an EOI process triggered by Kitty Chiller’s resignation as MPA president, the MPA Executive is pleased to announce that Maki Takken has been appointed as President. Maki had recently joined the executive team as a non-elected member, and brings a...
Kitty Chiller steps down from MPA after 12 years as President
Kitty Chiller AM has made the ‘very difficult decision’ to step down as the President of Modern Pentathlon Australia.
National team selections for 2022 international events
Modern Pentathlon Australia is excited to announce the following athletes who have been selected as part of the national team to participate in upcoming international events in 2022. International competition experience and exposure is necessary for our athletes to...
Janse van Rensburg wins first title and Lanskey wins third, while Oliver and Temesi scorch the Laser-Run
Australia’s outstanding pentathletes have turned out in record numbers, adapted to the new competition format really well and delivered impressive performances at the 2022 National Championships in Melbourne.
New members of the MPA Executive elected with Chiller to continue to lead the sport during this important time
Three new representatives were elected to the MPA Executive at the AGM in Melbourne on Friday night, after the first day of competition at the 2022 National Championships.
The countdown is on to Paris 2024.
“Most recently, Mr. Stull falsely reported that he convened and led an athlete meeting to discuss the proposed changes to the sport at the 16-20 August 2022 NORCECA Championships in Santo Domingo […] this meeting never happened” @insidethegames @MikeRowbo
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