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Two-days of stunning modern pentathlon at the Al Shaqab Centre in Doha ensured this edition of Champion of Champions hosted by Qatar Foundation in cooperation with Qatar Olympic Committee will live long in the memory. Saturday saw the women compete with Margaux Isaksen of USA defending her title with panache whilst France’s Christopher Patte claimed his maiden career victory by winning the men’s event on Sunday.
French 23-year-old Christopher Patte capped a sensational day for himself by grabbing his maiden title by winning Champion of Champions at the Al Shaqab Centre in Doha, Qatar. A quality swim was followed by a perfect ride and after starting the final event in pole, 8 seconds ahead of his nearest rival, he was simply unstoppable in the combined, never relinquishing his lead to claim a well-deserved victory.
Some strong running in the final event of the day at the Al Shaqab Centre ensured Margaux Isaksen of USA retained her title at Champion of Champions in style. Having started the combined in fourth position, she was composed with her shooting and after taking the lead in the penultimate lap, she accelerated and demonstrated her blistering pace to leave her pursuers with too much to do to catch up. The 22-year-old’s victory ensured she went home with the 3000 USD winner’s cheque, courtesy of RAM Watches.
A sumptuous set of horses were on display in the riding event at Champion of Champions at the Al Shaqab Centre. The third discipline of the day on the sensational course saw Yane Marques move up into first position with just the combined to go. The Brazilian Olympic bronze medallist and her horse Cinderella B glided over the 12 jumps to take maximum points with the run shoot to go.
It came as no surprise to see Elodie Clouvel record the fastest time in the swim as the French No.1’s 2:10.20 in the water ensured she moved up to first in the standings. The 24-year will now be last out for the 12-jump ride.
With 12 victories and only three defeats in the round robin fence, Hanna Vasilionak of Belarus claimed 1032 points to move top of the leader board at Champion of Champions. She goes into the swim with a 64-point cushion over second placed Argentina’s Pamela Zapata.
Hosted by the Qatar Foundation in cooperation with the Qatar Olympic Committee, the world renowned state-of-the art facilities of the visionary Al-Shaqab equestrian centre in Doha welcomes the end of year showpiece Champion of Champions event this weekend, bringing together the very best athletes from around the planet for what is predicted to be two-days of thrilling competition. It will be the first ever Modern Pentathlon event to be held in Qatar and it is sure to set the pulses racing.