Lanskey wins fourth consecutive title and Watt wins second.

Lanskey wins fourth consecutive title and Watt wins second.

The 2023 Modern Pentathlon Australian Championships saw 37 athletes from all across Australia battle it out for podium positions in what has been an epic weekend of outstanding performances in Melbourne . The new format of back to back fast paced competition on day...

Nominations now open for the John Pennell Award 2023

Nominations now open for the John Pennell Award 2023

Modern Pentathlon Australia is pleased to announce an annual award established in memory of John Pennell OAM. Former MPA president whose contribution to modern pentathlon in Australia spanned decades, generations and every level of the sport, from grassroots to the...

Statement from the MPA Executive Board

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

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...

Happy Father's Day to all the Dads in our modern pentathlon community!

We appreciate all your contributions to modern pentathlon as coaches, officials, volunteers and support crew for our athletes. Thank you🙌💚💛


Australian athletes Genevieve Janse van Rensburg and Rhys Lanskey win the Oceania Championship at the 2023 African/Oceania Championships💚💛✨

By winning this event both Genevieve and Rhys have earned Australia direct qualification quota places for the Olympic Games, giving themselves... the opportunity to be nominated and selected for Paris 2024.


Womens Individual
1st - Genevieve Janse van Rensburg -AUS
2nd - Zara Temesi - AUS
3rd - Tully Watt - AUS

Womens Teams
1st - Australia
Genevieve van Rensburg
Zara Temesi
Tully Watt
2nd - New Zealand
Rebecca Jameison

Men’s Individual
1st - Rhys Lanskey -AUS
2nd -Tim Oliver - AUS
3rd -Naoki Toyomura -NZ

Men’s Teams
1st - Australia
Rhys Lanskey
Tim Oliver
2nd - New Zealand
Naoki Toyomura

Congratulations to all the Oceania athletes, you have all been outstanding on the world stage👏👏

📸 Credits - MPA would like to thank both @kitty.chiller & @hannaheveryhall for the supply of images and video throughout this event.


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