So I've bought the last remaining Shoko Ogushi's Modern Pentathlon book at amazon.de. The shipping cost more than the book itself, but it was worthy paying and waiting for the arrival. I never tried a photo book review, even in my native language, so I recommend to check the link at the bottom of the post to get more info about the book. Since the editions are all sold, hopefully they will publish a new one soon, stay tuned if you're interested.
The pictures were taken through several years (2005-2008) in several events under the old format (before the introduction of the combined event) and the book has 5 chapters, one for each event, plus a small- and beautiful like the pictures- text with illustrations (comics in one of Japanese typical styles). One of her declared aims was to capture the manhood sexyness (not vulgar), I'm OK with my sexuality to say she accomplished it, but then I also missed more ladies pictures. Anyway, the book is not about hot bodies and I think it catches perfectly the modern pentathlon spirit. It's a different record from the regular ones we have from the competitions, with many pictures off-competition and also under the artistic view. I highly recommend the book and a sample can be found at the website.
Shoko Ogushi's Modern Pentathlon Photo Project website: