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Dmitry Svatkovsky

Full name: Dmitry Valeryevich Svatkovsky
Original name: Дмитрий Валерьевич Сватковский
Gender: Male
Height: 6-2 (188 cm)
Weight: 174 lbs (79 kg)
Born: November 27, 1971 in Moscow, Moskva, Russia
Affiliations: Dynamo Moskva, Moskva (RUS)
Country: EUN Unified Team, RUS Russia
Sport: Modern Pentathlon

Related Olympians: Husband of Oksana Skaldina.

Medals: 1 Gold, 1 Silver (2 Total)

Biography

Dmitry Svatkovsky was the best Russian modern pentathlete in the 1990s. Svatkovsky took up modern pentathlon in 1986 and in 1991, won the World Junior Championships and in the next year won a silver in the team event at the Olympic Games. Svatkovsky was World Champion in the individual event in 1994-95, while taking silver in 1997 and bronze in 1999. Svatkovsky also won a relay bronze in 1994 and a team bronze in 1997 at the World Championships. He was also European individual and team champion in 1997 and won gold at the 2000 Olympic Games. He also won the World Cup in 1994, 1995, 1997 and 1998.

Svatkovsky decided to retire from sports after the 2000 Olympics and worked as a modern pentathlon coach for a short while before going to politics. From 2006-10, Svatkovsky worked as the minister of economics of the Nizhny Novgorod Oblast and since 2010 has been the deputy governor of the Nizhny Novgorod Oblast. Since 2006 he has worked as the president of European Modern Pentathlon Federation and is the president of the charitable organization, Five Rings, which provides health and social protection for retired athletes.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1992 Summer 20 Barcelona Modern Pentathlon Men's Individual Unified Team EUN 18
1992 Summer 20 Barcelona Modern Pentathlon Men's Team Unified Team EUN 2 Silver
1996 Summer 24 Atlanta Modern Pentathlon Men's Individual Russia RUS 4
2000 Summer 28 Sydney Modern Pentathlon Men's Individual Russia RUS 1 Gold

Men's Individual

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank PTS W P T S TP OP WUP 10s C10s
1992 Summer 20 Barcelona Modern Pentathlon Unified Team Final Standings 18 5,216
1992 Summer 20 Barcelona Modern Pentathlon Unified Team Fencing 28T 796 34 0
1992 Summer 20 Barcelona Modern Pentathlon Unified Team Swimming 37 1,224 3:26.2
1992 Summer 20 Barcelona Modern Pentathlon Unified Team Shooting 45T 985 0 181
1992 Summer 20 Barcelona Modern Pentathlon Unified Team Running 13 1,201 13:08.6
1992 Summer 20 Barcelona Modern Pentathlon Unified Team Riding 25 1,010 1:40.8 0 90 0
1996 Summer 24 Atlanta Modern Pentathlon Russia Final Standings 4 5,489
1996 Summer 24 Atlanta Modern Pentathlon Russia Shooting 20T 1,012 0 173 2
1996 Summer 24 Atlanta Modern Pentathlon Russia Swimming 18 1,248 3:23.33
1996 Summer 24 Atlanta Modern Pentathlon Russia Fencing 7T 880 18 0
1996 Summer 24 Atlanta Modern Pentathlon Russia Riding 12 1,010 1:08.42 0 90 0
1996 Summer 24 Atlanta Modern Pentathlon Russia Running 2 1,339 12:22.930
2000 Summer 28 Sydney Modern Pentathlon Russia Final Standings 1 5,376
2000 Summer 28 Sydney Modern Pentathlon Russia Shooting 13T 1,048 0 176 2
2000 Summer 28 Sydney Modern Pentathlon Russia Fencing 5T 880 13 0
2000 Summer 28 Sydney Modern Pentathlon Russia Swimming 7 1,224 2:07.64
2000 Summer 28 Sydney Modern Pentathlon Russia Riding 1 1,070 57.13 0 30 0
2000 Summer 28 Sydney Modern Pentathlon Russia Running 4 1,154 9:21.79

Men's Team

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Rank TP IP
1992 Summer 20 Barcelona Modern Pentathlon Unified Team EUN Final Standings 2 15,924 5,216
1992 Summer 20 Barcelona Modern Pentathlon Unified Team EUN Fencing 6T 2,490 796
1992 Summer 20 Barcelona Modern Pentathlon Unified Team EUN Swimming 4 3,760 1,224
1992 Summer 20 Barcelona Modern Pentathlon Unified Team EUN Shooting 2 3,345 985
1992 Summer 20 Barcelona Modern Pentathlon Unified Team EUN Running 2 3,573 1,201
1992 Summer 20 Barcelona Modern Pentathlon Unified Team EUN Riding 8 2,756 1,010
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