Olympic Ranking List

By Dennis Bowsher, OLY | March 03, 2020, 12 a.m. (ET)

The 2020 season kicked off this past weekend, which means that there are some very important competitions where Olympic Ranking points can be earned. From here on out, all competitions will either be a level 1 or a level 2 competition. Last weekend, World Cup #1 took place and was a level 2 competition. That means that 60 Olympic Ranking points went to the winner. With that many points that were up for grabs, the Olympic Ranking List has changed. Below are where the Team USA athletes currently stand:

Men

30th   -- 68 points – Amro Elgeziry

89th   -- 31 points – Brendan Anderson

146th – 10 points – Barrett Celecki

157th – 3 points   -- Sam Ruddock

181st – 1 point     -- Tyler Evans

 

Women

29th   -- 65 points – Samantha Schultz

31st   -- 65 points – Jessica Davis

66th   -- 41 points – Isabella Isaksen

121st – 14 points – Naomi Ross

157th – 1 point    -- Ania Olesinski

 

The remaining competitions where Olympic Ranking points can be earned are:

World Cups 2, 3, & 4

2020 World Cup Final

2020 World Championships  

Below are some useful links. Current Men and Women Olympic Ranking Lists, UIPM Olympic Qualification System, and a brief explanation of qualifying for the Olympics off of the Olympic Ranking List.

 

Men’s Olympic Ranking List (As of March 2nd, 2020)

https://www.uipmworld.org/world-ranking/modern-pentathlon/men-senior-olympic-games-ranking-18

 

Women’s Olympic Ranking List (As of March 2nd, 2020)

https://www.uipmworld.org/world-ranking/modern-pentathlon/women-senior-olympic-games-ranking-21

 

UIPM 2020 Olympic Qualification System

https://www.uipmworld.org/sites/default/files/final_-_2019-09-24_-_tokyo_2020_-_qualification_system_-_modern_pentathlon-_eng.pdf

 

Overview of qualifying off of the Olympic Ranking List

https://www.teamusa.org/USA-Modern-Pentathlon/News/Articles-and-Releases/2020/January/30/2020-Olympic-Qualification