20 Aug 16 - GOLD FOR CHLOE EXPOSITO IN RIO!     History has been made today when Chloe Esposito won gold in the Womens Modern Pentathlon at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.  This is Australia's first ever Modern Pentathlon medal.


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