Modern Pentathlon - Men's Team

1964

Ciudad de México 1968

  1. Hungary
    (1600=6300) Balczó András (HUN/1960,68-72)
    (1600) Móna István (HUN/1968)
    (1600=2240) Török Ferenc (HUN/1964-68)
  2. Soviet Union
    (1000=6300) Pavel Lednyov (urs-RUS/1968-80)
    (1000=2600) Borys Onyshchenko (urs-UKR/1968-76)
    (1000) Stasys Šaparnis (urs-LTU/1968)
  3. France
    (640=740) Raoul Gueguen (FRA/1968-72)
    (640) Lucien Guiguet (FRA/1968)
    (640=740) Jean-Pierre Giudicelli (FRA/1968-72)
  4. United States
    (400=1400) James Moore (USA/1964-68)
    (400=1144) Bob Beck (USA/1960,68)
    (400) Tom Lough (USA/1968)
  5. Finland
    (250) Seppo Aho (FIN/1968)
    (250=890) Martti Ketelä (FIN/1968-72)
    (250=350) Jorma Hotanen (FIN/1964-68)
  6. East Germany
    (160) Karl-Heinz Kutschke (gdr-GER/1968)
    (160) Jörg Tscherner (gdr-GER/1968)
    (160) Wolfgang Lüderitz (gdr-GER/1968)
  7. Japan
    (100=106.4) Makihira Yuso (JPN/1968-72)
    (100) Tashiro Katsuaki (JPN/1968)
    (100) Fukui Toshio (JPN/1968)
  8. Great Britain
    (64=1744) Jim Fox (GBR/1964-76)
    (64=104) Barry Lillywhite (GBR/1968-72)
    (64=104) Robert Phelps (GBR/1964-72)
  9. Italy
    (40=225) Mario Medda (ITA/1968-76)
    (40) Giancarlo Morresi (ITA/1968)
    (40=65) Nicolo Deligia (ITA/1968-72)
  10. Mexico
    (25=26) Eduardo Olivera (MEX/1968-72)
    (25=41) David Bárcena (MEX/1964-68)
    (25) Eduardo Tovar (MEX/1968)
  11. Bulgaria
    (16) Antoni Panyovski (BUL/1968)
    (16) Konstantin Sardzhev (BUL/1968)
    (16) Ivan Apostolov (BUL/1968)
  12. Australia
    (10=264) Peter Macken (AUS/1960-76)
    (10=260) Duncan Page (AUS/1964-68)
    (10=260) Donald McMiken (AUS/1964-68)
  13. West Germany
    (6.4=166.4) Elmar Frings (frg-GER/1964-68)
    (6.4=166.4) Heiner Thade (frg-GER/1968-72)
    (6.4) Hans Jürgen Todt (frg-GER/1968)
  14. Austria
    (4) Wolf-Dietrich Sonnleitner (AUT/1968)
    (4) Siegfried Springer (AUT/1968)
    (-=16) Wolfgang Leu (AUT/1968-72)
  15. Sweden (disqualified - doping)
    (0=250) Björn Ferm (SWE/1968-72)
    (0) Hans Jacobson (SWE/1968)
    (0=715) Hans-Gunnar Liljenwall (SWE/1964-72)

München 1972

  1. Soviet Union
    (1600=2600) Borys Onyshchenko (urs-UKR/1968-76)
    (1600=6300) Pavel Lednyov (urs-RUS/1968-80)
    (1600) Vladimir Shmelyov (urs-RUS/1972)
  2. Hungary
    (1000=6300) Balczó András (HUN/1960,68-72)
    (1000) Villányi Zsigmond (HUN/1972)
    (1000) Bakó Pál (HUN/1972)
  3. Finland
    (640=740) Risto Hurme (FIN/1972-76)
    (640) Veikko Salminen (FIN/1972)
    (640=890) Martti Ketelä (FIN/1968-72)
  4. United States
    (400=650) John Fitzgerald (USA/1972-76)
    (400) Chuck Richards (USA/1972)
    (400) Scott Taylor (USA/1972)
  5. Sweden
    (250=250) Björn Ferm (SWE/1968-72)
    (250=715) Bo Jansson (SWE/1964,72)
    (250=715) Hans-Gunnar Liljenwall (SWE/1964-72)
  6. West Germany
    (160=166.4) Heiner Thade (frg-GER/1968-72)
    (160=176) Walter Esser (frg-GER/1972-76)
    (160) Hole Rößler (frg-GER/1972)
  7. France
    (100=140) Michel Gueguen (FRA/1972-76)
    (100=740) Jean-Pierre Giudicelli (FRA/1968-72)
    (100=740) Raoul Gueguen (FRA/1968-72)
  8. Poland
    (64) Ryszard Wach (POL/1972)
    (64=864) Janusz Pyciak-Peciak (POL/1972-80)
    (64) Stanisław Skwira (POL/1972)
  9. Great Britain
    (40=1744) Jim Fox (GBR/1964-76)
    (40=104) Barry Lillywhite (GBR/1968-72)
    (40=144) Robert Phelps (GBR/1964-72)
  10. Italy
    (25=225) Mario Medda (ITA/1968-76)
    (25) Giovanni Perugini (ITA/1972)
    (25=65) Nicolo Deligia (ITA/1968-72)
  11. Austria
    (16=16) Wolfgang Leu (AUT/1968-72)
    (16) Peter Zobl-Wessely (AUT/1972)
    (16) Bruno Jerebicnik (AUT/1972)
  12. Romania
    (10=26) Dumitru Spîrlea (ROU/1972-76)
    (10) Marian Cosmescu (ROU/1972)
    (10) Adalbert Covaci (ROU/1972)
  13. Japan
    (6.4) Sakano Masaru (JPN/1972)
    (6.4=106.4) Makihira Yuso (JPN/1968-72)
    (6.4=16.4) Kubo Akira (JPN/1972-76)
  14. Denmark
    (4) Jørn Steffensen (DEN/1968-76)
    (4) Klaus Petersen (DEN/1972-76)
    (4) René Heitmann (DEN/1972)
  15. Switzerland
    (2.5) Urs Hugi (SUI/1972)
    (2.5) Hans Müller (SUI/1972)
    (2.5) Beat Ganz (SUI/1972)
  16. Bulgaria
    (1.6) Georgi Stoyanov (BUL/1972)
    (1.6=26.6) Velko Bratanov (BUL/1972-76)
    (1.6) Angel Pepelyankov (BUL/1972)
  17. Mexico
    (1) Gilberto Toledano (MEX/1972)
    (1=26) Eduardo Olivera (MEX/1968-72)
    (1) Juan José Castilla (MEX/1972)
  18. Netherlands
    (0.64) Jan Bekkenk (NED/1972)
    (0.64) Rob Vonk (NED/1972)
    (0.64) Henk Krediet (NED/1972)
  19. Canada
    (0.4) Scott Scheuermann (CAN/1972)
    (0.4) Kenneth Maaten (CAN/1972)
    (0.4=6.8) George Skene (CAN/1972-76)

Montréal 1976

  1. Great Britain
    (1600) Adrian Parker (GBR/1976)
    (1600=1664) Danny Nightingale (GBR/1976-80)
    (1600=1744) Jim Fox (GBR/1964-76)
  2. Czechoslovakia
    (1000=1160) Jan Bártů (tch-CZE/1976-80)
    (1000=1160) Bohumil Starnovský (tch-CZE/1976-80)
    (1000) Jiří Adam (tch-CZE/1976)
  3. Hungary
    (640) Kancsal Tamás (HUN/1976)
    (640=1640) Maracskó Tibor (HUN/1976-80)
    (640) Sasics Szvetiszláv (HUN/1976)
  4. Poland
    (400=864) Janusz Pyciak-Peciak (POL/1972-80)
    (400) Zbigniew Pacelt (POL/1976)
    (400) Krzysztof Trybusiewicz (POL/1976)
  5. United States
    (250=650) John Fitzgerald (USA/1972-76)
    (250) Mike Burley (USA/1976)
    (250=251.6) Bob Nieman (USA/1976,88)
  6. Italy
    (160=3450) Daniele Masala (ITA/1976,84-88)
    (160=2200) Pierpaolo Cristofori (ITA/1976-84)
    (160=225) Mario Medda (ITA/1968-76)
  7. Finland
    (100=740) Risto Hurme (FIN/1972-76)
    (100=240) Jussi Pelli (FIN/1976-84)
    (100=200) Heikki Hulkkonen (FIN/1976-80)
  8. Sweden
    (64) Hans Lager (SWE/1976)
    (64) Bengt Lager (SWE/1976)
    (64) Gunnar Jacobson (SWE/1976)
  9. France
    (40=290) Alain Cortes (FRA/1976-80)
    (40) Claude Guiguet (FRA/1976)
    (40=140) Michel Gueguen (FRA/1972-76)
  10. Bulgaria
    (25) Stoyan Zlatev (BUL/1976)
    (25=26.6) Velko Bratanov (BUL/1972-76)
    (25=50) Nikolay Nikolov (BUL/1976-80)
  11. West Germany
    (16=176) Walter Esser (frg-GER/1972-76)
    (16) Gerhard Werner (frg-GER/1976)
    (16) Wolfgang Köpcke (frg-GER/1976)
  12. Japan
    (10=26) Uchida Shoji (JPN/1976,84)
    (10=16.4) Kubo Akira (JPN/1972-76)
    (10=26) Kawazoe Hiroyuki (JPN/1976,84)
  13. Canada
    (6.4) John Hawes (CAN/1976)
    (6.4=6.8) George Skene (CAN/1972-76)
    (6.4) Jack Alexander (CAN/1976)
  14. Soviet Union (disqualified)
    (0=6300) Pavel Lednyov (urs-RUS/1968-80)
    (0) Boris Mosolov (urs-RUS/1976)
    (0=2600) Borys Onyshchenko (urs-UKR/1968-76)

Moskva 1980

  1. 1 Soviet Union URS Gold 16,126
    (1600=6300) Pavel Lednyov (urs-RUS/1968-80)
    (1600=3250) Anatoly Starostin (TJK/1980,92)
    (1600) Yevgeny Lipeyev (RUS/1980)
  2. Hungary
    (1000) Szombathelyi Tamás (HUN/1980)
    (1000=1640) Maracskó Tibor (HUN/1976-80)
    (1000) László Horváth 15,912 5,131
  3. 3 Sweden SWE 15,845 – Bronze
    (640=681) Svante Rasmuson (SWE/1980-88) Lennart Pettersson 15,845 5,243 George Horvath 15,845 5,229
  4. 4 Poland POL 15,634 –
    (400=864) Janusz Pyciak-Peciak (POL/1972-80) Jan Olesinski 15,634 5,219 Marek Bajan 15,634 5,147
  5. France
    (250) Paul Four 15,345 5,196
    (250) Joël Bouzou 15,345 5,107
    (250=290) Alain Cortes (FRA/1976-80)
  6. Czechoslovakia
    (160) Milan Kadlec 15,339 5,229
    (160=1160) Jan Bártů (tch-CZE/1976-80)
    (160=1160) Bohumil Starnovský (tch-CZE/1976-80)
  7. 7 Finland FIN 15,087 –
    (100=200) Heikki Hulkkonen (FIN/1976-80)
    (100=240) Jussi Pelli (FIN/1976-84)
    (100) Pekka Santanen 15,087 4,828
  8. 8 Great Britain GBR 15,062 –
    (64=1664) Danny Nightingale (GBR/1976-80)
    (64) Peter Whiteside 15,062 5,085
    (64) Nigel Clark 15,062 4,809
  9. 9 Spain ESP 14,699 – Federico Galera 14,699 5,001 José Serrano 14,699 4,887 Manuel Montesinos 14,699 4,811
  10. Bulgaria
    (25) Simeon Monev 14,545 4,915
    (25=50) Nikolay Nikolov (BUL/1976-80)
    (25) Borislav Batikov 14,545 4,798
  11. Romania
    (16=26) Dumitru Spîrlea (ROU/1972-76)
    (16) Gyula Galovici 14,390 4,935
    (16) Cezar Raducanu 14,390 4,397
  12. 12 Ireland IRL 13,295 – Jerome Hartigan 13,295 4,557 Sackville Currie 13,295 4,377 Mark Hartigan 13,295 4,361

Los Angeles 1984

  1. Italy
    (1600=3450) Daniele Masala (ITA/1976,84-88)
    (1600=4050) Carlo Massullo (ITA/1984-92)
    (1600=2200) Pierpaolo Cristofori (ITA/1976-84)
  2. 2 United States USA 15,568 – Silver Mike Storm 15,568 5,325 Greg Losey 15,568 5,158 Dean Glenesk 15,568 5,085
  3. 3 France FRA 15,565 – Bronze Paul Four 15,565 5,287 Didier Boubé 15,565 5,186 Joël Bouzou 15,565 5,092
  4. 4 Switzerland SUI 15,343 – Andy Jung 15,343 5,163 Peter Steinmann 15,343 5,104 Peter Minder 15,343 5,076
  5. 5 Mexico MEX 15,283 – Ivar Sisniega 15,283 5,282 Alejandro Yrizar 15,283 5,049 Marcelo Hoyo 15,283 4,952
  6. 6 West Germany FRG 15,028 – Achim Bellmann 15,028 5,114 Michael Rehbein 15,028 5,021 Christian Sandow 15,028 4,893
  7. 7 Great Britain GBR 14,894 – Richard Phelps 14,894 5,391 Michael Mumford 14,894 4,940 Stephen Sowerby 14,894 4,563
  8. 8 Spain ESP 14,891 – Jorge Quesada 14,891 5,281 Eduardo Burguete 14,891 4,895 Federico Galera 14,891 4,715
  9. Finland
    (40) Pasi Hulkkonen 14,827 5,193
    (40) Jorma Korpela 14,827 4,968
    (40=240) Jussi Pelli (FIN/1976-84)
  10. Sweden
    (25=681) Svante Rasmuson (SWE/1980-88)
    (25) Martin Lamprecht 14,464 4,803
    (25) Roderick Martin 14,464 4,205
  11. Japan
    (16=26) Uchida Shoji (JPN/1976,84)
    (16=26) Kawazoe Hiroyuki (JPN/1976,84)
    (16) Daizou Araki 13,920 4,282
  12. 12 Egypt EGY 13,908 – Ihab El-Lebedy 13,908 4,745 Samy Awad 13,908 4,634 Ahmed Nasser 13,908 4,529
  13. 13 Bahrain BRN 13,866 – Saleh Sultan Farhan Faraj 13,866 4,912 Abdul Rahman Jassim 13,866 4,490 Nabeel Saleh Mubarak 13,866 4,464
  14. 14 Australia AUS 13,839 – Alex Watson 13,839 5,108 Matthew Spies 13,839 4,778 Daniel Esposito 13,839 3,953
  15. 15 Republic of Korea KOR 13,246 – Jeong Gyeong-Hun 13,246 4,547 Kim Il 13,246 4,387 Gang Gyeong-Hyo 13,246 4,312
  16. 16 Portugal POR 12,738 – Luís Monteiro 12,738 4,332 Roberto Durão 12,738 4,321 Manuel Barroso 12,738 4,085
  17. 17 Austria AUT 11,874 – Michael Billwein 11,874 4,760 Ingo Peirits 11,874 3,682 Horst Stocker 11,874 3,432 Anton Liederer 11,874 0 1

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