M o d e r n  P e n t a t h l o n  A u s t r a l i a  I n c

The Best All Round Athletes In The World


Australian Modern Pentathletes regularly compete on the international world cup circuit and have enjoyed representation at the Olympic Games for a number of decades.

  • Peter Macken is arguably Australia’s most successful pentathlete having competed in 5 successive Olympic Games from 1960 to 1976. In the 1968 Olympic Games he also competed in fencing. His best result was fourth at the 1964 Olympic Games. 
  • Alex Paraygin
  • Alex Watson
  • Daniel Esposito – represented Australia at the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles. 
  • Edward Fernon


Women in Pentathlon
  • Modern Pentathlon for women was introduced for the first time at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney. Since then, Australia has been represented by the following female pentathletes
  • Kitty Chiller (2000 Olympic Games)
  • Angie Darby (2008 Olympic Games)
  • Chloe Esposito is Australia’s most successful femae pentathlete to date having achieved a top 10 world ranking at the end of 2012. She also completed at the 2012 Olympic Games finishing in 7th pace. Learn more about Chloe here

Youth Olympic Games

  • Max Esposito 
  • Marina Carrier
  • Todd Renfree