World Modern Pentathlon Championships

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The World Modern Pentathlon Championships is the international competition of modern pentathlon and takes place annually since 1949 under the organization of the International Modern Pentathlon Union (UIPM).

Editions

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N. Year Host city – men's competition Host city – women's competition
I 1949 Stockholm ( Sweden)
II 1950 Bern (  Switzerland)
III 1951 Helsingborg ( Sweden)
IV 1953 Santo Domingo ( Chile)
V 1954 Budapest ( Hungary)
VI 1955 Zurich (  Switzerland)
VII 1957 Stockholm ( Sweden)
VIII 1958 Aldershot ( United Kingdom)
IX 1959 Hershey ( United States)
X 1961 Moscow ( Soviet Union)
XI 1962 Mexico City ( Mexico)
XII 1963 Magglingen (  Switzerland)
XIII 1965 Leipzig ( East Germany)
XIV 1966 Melbourne ( Australia)
XV 1967 Jönköping ( Sweden)
XVI 1969 Budapest ( Hungary)
XVII 1970 Warendorf ( West Germany)
XVIII 1971 San Antonio ( United States)
XIX 1973 London ( United Kingdom)
XX 1974 Moscow ( Soviet Union)
XXI 1975 Mexico City ( Mexico)
XXII 1977 San Antonio ( United States)
XXIII 1978 Jönköping ( Sweden)
XXIV 1979 Budapest ( Hungary)
XXV 1981 Zielona Góra ( Poland) London ( United Kingdom)
XXVI 1982 Rome ( Italy) Compiègne ( France)
XXVII 1983 Warendorf ( West Germany) Gothenburg ( Sweden)
XXVIII 1984 Copenhagen ( Denmark)
XXIX 1985 Melbourne ( Australia) Montreal ( Canada)
XXX 1986 Montecatini Terme ( Italy)
XXXI 1987 Moulins ( France) Bensheim ( West Germany)
XXXII 1988 Warsaw ( Poland)
XXXIII 1989 Budapest ( Hungary) Wiener Neustadt ( Austria)
XXXIV 1990 Lahti ( Finland) Linköping ( Sweden)
XXXV 1991 San Antonio ( United States) Sydney ( Australia)
XXXVI 1992 Winterthur (  Switzerland) Budapest ( Hungary)
XXXVII 1993 Darmstadt ( Germany)
XXXVIII 1994 Sheffield ( United Kingdom)
XXXIX 1995 Basel (  Switzerland)
XL 1996 Rome ( Italy) Siena ( Italy)
XLI 1997 Sofia ( Bulgaria)
XLII 1998 Mexico City ( Mexico)
XLIII 1999 Budapest ( Hungary)
XLIV 2000 Pesaro ( Italy)
XLV 2001 Millfield ( United Kingdom)
XLVI 2002 San Francisco ( United States)
XLVII 2003 Pesaro ( Italy)
XLVIII 2004 Moscow ( Russia)
XLIX 2005 Warsaw ( Poland)
L 2006 Guatemala City ( Guatemala)
LI 2007 Berlin ( Germany)
LII 2008 Budapest ( Hungary)
LIII 2009 London ( United Kingdom)
LIV 2010 Chengdu ( China)
LV 2011 Moscow ( Russia)
LVI 2012 Rome ( Italy)
LVII 2013 Kaoshiung ( Chinese Taipei)
LVIII 2014 Spala ( Poland)

See also

All-time medal table

Updated after the 2013 Championships.
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Hungary 50 41 32 123
2  Poland 33 16 17 66
 Soviet Union 32 25 14 71
3  Russia 17 22 18 57
4  Great Britain 18 15 13 46
5  France 11 7 11 29
6  Sweden 10 5 11 26
7  Italy 9 16 16 41
8  Germany 9 8 9 26
9  Lithuania 7 7 8 22
10  United States 5 7 8 20
11  Denmark 5 1 3 9
12  Czech Republic 4 9 10 23
13  Belarus 4 7 9 20
14  Ukraine 4 2 5 11
15  China 2 5 4 11
16  South Korea 1 3 4 8
17  Mexico 1 1 1 3
18  Canada 1 0 1 2
19  Finland 0 9 3 12
 West Germany 0 8 9 17
20   Switzerland 0 4 2 6
 Czechoslovakia 0 1 3 4
21  Egypt 0 1 2 3
21  Latvia 0 1 2 3
23  Brazil 0 1 1 2
24  Argentina 0 1 0 1
 East Germany 0 0 2 2
25  Romania 0 0 2 2
26  Bulgaria 0 0 1 1
26  Chile 0 0 1 1
26  Kazakhstan 0 0 1 1
Total 223 223 223 669

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