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TOKYO 2020: Everything you need to know!

TOKYO 2020: Everything you need to know!

Ahead of competition, here is everything you need to know about Modern Pentathlon! Originally founded by Pierre De Coubertin in 1912, Modern Pentathlon is a sport designed for the perfect all-around with five sports, fencing, equestrian, swimming, running and...

Our Tokyo 2020 Olympians: ED FERNON

Ed Fernon was retired from the sport for four years before deciding to make a comeback around the middle of 2019 in the quest to qualify for his second Australian Olympic Team, after representing at the London 2012 Olympic Games. He was officially selected to the 2020...

Our Tokyo 2020 Olympians: MARINA CARRIER

Marina Carrier first represented Australia in Modern Pentathlon at the 2014 Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China (aged 17). One year later she was the second Oceania athlete behind Chloe Espoito, who went on to create history and win Olympic gold at Rio 2016. Marina...

Coronavirus Information

Travelling to Victoria – Permit Required A permit system has been established for all domestic travel into Victoria. Everyone will need to apply for a permit to enter Victoria from anywhere in Australia.  The permit system is based on a traffic light system which...

Seasons Greetings from Modern Pentathlon Australia!

Well as the year draws to a close, we can reflect on a year like no other and celebrate what has been achieved within our sport here on Australian soil. The progress made in the areas of education, training, coaching, high performance and pathways is something that...

Event Information: Competition Venues

The Riding will be held at Gisborne Pony Club, a 40 min drive from the central hub of North Melbourne.   All the remaining competition venues are located within the North Melbourne Football Club precinct, Arden Street Oval, 204-206 Arden St, North...

Event Information: Competition Format

Modern Pentathlon Australian partnership with Local Organising Committee (LOC) Modern Pentathlon Victoria, is hosting the Australian National Championships in Melbourne on March 27 & 28, 2021.  The National Championships will see the riding and...

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