UIPM World Cup 3 2010
|1||MAROSI , Adam||HUN||5760||1000||1||25||1372||6||1:59.29||1200||1||2188||28||11:43.59||60|
|2||POLIVKA , Ondrej||CZE||5760||952||2||23||1344||8||2:01.34||1120||15||2344||7||11:04.78||55|
|3||LESUN , Aleksander||RUS||5712||952||2||23||1344||11||2:01.48||1180||2||2236||20||11:31.10||+12"||51|
|4||GOLIS , Remigiusz||POL||5660||784||21||16||1436||1||1:53.70||1140||11||2300||10||11:15.78||+25"||48|
|5||KASZA , Robert||HUN||5652||856||13||19||1384||5||1:58.28||1180||2||2232||22||11:32.49||+27"||46|
|6||TIBOLYA , Peter||HUN||5632||880||9||20||1312||20||2:04.25||1040||22||2400||2||10:50.38||+32"||44|
|7||SVOBODA , David||CZE||5620||856||13||19||1332||14||2:02.50||1080||20||2352||6||11:02.22||+35"||42|
|8||RIKER-FOX , Joshua||CAN||5604||832||19||18||1280||28||2:06.82||1140||11||2352||5||11:02.04||+39"||40|
|9||TYMOSHCHENKO , Pavlo||UKR||5596||856||13||19||1276||29||2:07.25||1180||2||2284||11||11:19.34||+41"||39|
|10||DANIEL , Thomas||AUT||5592||904||5||21||1256||32||2:08.85||1160||7||2272||15||11:22.77||+42"||38|
|11||NEMETH , Robert||HUN||5588||736||27||14||1312||18||2:04.06||1180||2||2360||3||11:00.50||+43"||37|
|12||ZHURAULIOU , Stanislau||BLR||5588||904||5||21||1280||26||2:06.81||1160||7||2244||19||11:29.78||+43"||36|
|13||CERKOVSKIS , Deniss||LAT||5556||904||5||21||1304||22||2:04.77||1140||11||2208||25||11:38.67||+51"||35|
|14||WOODBRIDGE , Nicholas||GBR||5552||712||29||13||1424||2||1:54.89||1060||21||2356||4||11:01.37||+52"||34|
|15||FROLOV , Ilia||RUS||5548||928||4||22||1328||15||2:02.68||1020||24||2272||14||11:22.61||+53"||33|
|16||BENEDETTI , Nicola||ITA||5532||904||5||21||1240||35||2:10.12||964||26||2424||1||10:44.07||+57"||32|
|17||HILGEHOLT , Kelvin||NED||5524||784||21||16||1304||23||2:04.87||1160||7||2276||12||11:21.01||+59"||31|
|18||MAJEWSKI , Bartosz||POL||5484||784||21||16||1240||35||2:10.12||1120||15||2340||8||11:05.12||+69"||30|
|19||BRADY , William||USA||5428||760||25||15||1312||19||2:04.07||1100||18||2256||16||11:26.26||+83"||29|
|20||MIGUCHI , Tomoya||JPN||5364||688||33||12||1400||3||1:56.76||1040||22||2236||21||11:31.28||+99"||28|
|21||KARYAKIN , Serguei||RUS||5352||712||29||13||1364||7||1:59.81||1020||24||2256||18||11:26.95||+102"||27|
|22||BOWSHER , Dennis||USA||5344||640||35||10||1304||21||2:04.70||1144||10||2256||17||11:26.49||+104"||26|
|23||CHMIELEWSKI , Tomasz||POL||5332||712||29||13||1288||24||2:06.11||1140||11||2192||27||11:42.01||+107"||25|
|24||DE LUCA , Riccardo||ITA||5324||856||13||19||1272||30||2:07.59||872||30||2324||9||11:09.28||+109"||24|
|25||LI , Lin||CHN||5312||712||29||13||1320||17||2:03.55||1172||6||2108||32||12:03.70||+112"||23|
|26||MERLE , Bruno||FRA||5288||808||20||17||1344||10||2:01.47||904||29||2232||23||11:32.59||+118"||22|
|27||MORDASOV , Oleksandr||UKR||5272||880||9||20||1244||34||2:09.91||948||27||2200||26||11:40.14||+122"||21|
|28||XU , Yunqi||CHN||5256||688||33||12||1336||12||2:02.14||1104||17||2128||31||11:58.95||+126"||20|
|29||LOPEZ , Jaime||ESP||5216||880||9||20||1248||33||2:09.62||1100||18||1988||35||12:33.05||+136"||19|
|30||FUJII , Shinya||JPN||5124||760||25||15||1344||9||2:01.42||920||28||2100||33||12:05.76||+159"||18|
|31||KINDERIS , Justinas||LTU||5088||856||13||19||1280||25||2:06.80||724||31||2228||24||11:33.36||+168"||17|
|32||NOGUCHI , Hayato||JPN||5064||880||9||20||1332||13||2:02.49||704||32||2148||30||11:53.20||+174"||16|
|33||GIANCAMILLI , Federico||ITA||4868||736||27||14||1320||16||2:03.54||540||33||2272||13||11:22.28||+223"||15|
|34||KRUNGOLCAS , Edvinas||LTU||4636||856||13||19||1280||26||2:06.81||320||35||2180||29||11:45.89||+281"||14|
|35||MITSYK , Mikhail||BLR||4252||616||36||9||1264||31||2:08.04||280||36||2092||34||12:07.12||+377"||13|
|36||MOTSIOS , Dimitrios||GRE||2580||784||21||16||1396||4||1:57.12||400||34||0||36||+795"||12|
Swimming speedster Remigiusz Golis (POL) has matched his swimming form from World Cup #2 to again win the swimming event at the Men’s Final here in Medway. Golis touched in at an impressive 1:53.7 to comfortably beat Local Favourite Nick Woodbridge by over a second and Japan’s Tomoya Miguchi by over 3 seconds. Fencing winner Adam Marosi finished a solid 6th position to maintain his lead at the top of the leader board. Marosi leads Ondrej Polivka by 76 going into the riding event.
Adam Marosi (HUN) has shown the world why he is the current World Champion and World Number #1 after a dominant second half performance in the fencing competition which moved him from 14th position to 1st with 25 victories and only 10 defeats. Next was rookie Russian Alexander Lesun and European Champion Ondrej Polivka (CZE) 2 victories behind. Champions from World Cup #1 and #2 David Svoboda (CZE) and Edvinas Krungolcas (LTU) finished back in 13th position which leaves them with work to do over the next 4 events to catch Marosi to clinch gold. Local favourite Nick Woodbridge finished a disappointing 29th with only 13 victories and 22 defeats which surely rules him out of medal contention.
Full Fencing Results:
Nicola BENEDETTI (ITA) leads the way early in the fencing with 13 wins and only 3 defeats closely followed by veteran Denis CHERKOVSKIS (LAT). World #1 Adam Marosi (HUN) is back in 14th position with some making up to do in the final rounds.
Welcome all from sunny Medway, GB for the Men’s Final of World Cup #3. Today we were welcomed by an impressive marching parade for the opening ceremony and the athletes were presented with special good luck cards made from the local school kids. This will be far the toughest competition of the year as the top 8 ranked world athletes will be competitng including World Champion and World #1 Adam Marosi (HUN) and the in form Champion from World Cup #1 and World #2 David Svoboda. Please see below the full start list:
Leila Gyenesei (HUN) has easily won Group A to qualify for Sunday's final together with all the other big guns. For full results please click here shortly http://www.pentathlon.org/index.php?option=com_wrapper&view=wrapper&Itemid=126.
Lelia Gyenesei (HUN) has thrashed the field to win the fencing event in Group A with 19 victories and only 7 defeats. The next best was four athletes which included local hope Freyja Prentice (GBR)3 victories behind. Gyenesei’s strong fence, combined with her 2nd place in the swim means she will have an incredible 45 second lead over Samantha Murray (GBR). World #2 and last years World Cup Final Winner Donata Rimsaite (LTU) has some work to do starting in 19th position 1.24 behind Gyenesei to qualify for Sundays final where only the top 18 athletes will qualify.
2 time World Champion Amelie Caze (FRA) has won Women’s Group B Qualification Event. Caze started first in the Combined Event with a 4 second handicap lead over Mhairi Spence (GBR) finished how she started in second.
All the Group B qualifiers are in bold below:
Krisztina Cseh (HUN) has won the fencing in Group B at World Cup #3. Cseh competing at her first World Cup of the year clamed 20 victories and 7 defeats, one more than World Cup #2 Champion Evdokia Gretchichnikova (RUS) and crowd favourite Mhairi Spence (GBR). 2 time World Champion Amelie Caze (FRA) who is also making her 2010 World Cup debut finished back in 4th.
Britain has dominated the swimming event in Group A Women’s Qualifiers by claiming 4 out of 6 quickest times. The fastest was Katy Burke (GBR) who recorded an impressive 2:08.94 just touching out Hungarian Superstar Leila Gyenesei with Olympic Gold Medallist Lena Schoneborn (GER) back in 10th. The British fans will be hoping this strong swimming performance will lead to more British Women in the final than the one Brit who made the Men’s final.
Groups for Women's Qualification at World Cup #3 being held today (Friday):
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