UIPM World Cup 4 2010
|1||LESUN , Aleksander||RUS||5724||1024||1||25||1292||10||2:05.96||1180||2||2228||19||11:33.22||60|
|2||ZADNEPROVSKIS , Andrejus||LTU||5656||928||5||21||1304||8||2:04.95||1156||17||2268||13||11:23.61||+17"||55|
|3||SVOBODA , David||CZE||5628||904||8||20||1288||12||2:06.31||1076||32||2360||6||11:00.04||+24"||51|
|4||BENEDETTI , Nicola||ITA||5584||856||10||18||1140||35||2:18.63||1160||8||2428||1||10:43.64||+35"||48|
|5||FROLOV , Ilia||RUS||5584||856||10||18||1288||11||2:06.10||1180||2||2260||15||11:25.11||+35"||46|
|6||TYMOSHCHENKO , Pavlo||UKR||5580||784||24||15||1240||21||2:10.26||1160||8||2396||3||10:51.84||+36"||44|
|7||HEFNY , Yasser||EGY||5556||928||5||21||1220||26||2:11.82||1180||2||2228||20||11:33.67||+42"||42|
|8||MOISEEV , Andrei||RUS||5548||976||2||23||1312||4||2:04.05||1160||8||2100||31||12:05.42||+44"||40|
|9||KRUNGOLCAS , Edvinas||LTU||5548||856||10||18||1216||29||2:12.30||1180||2||2296||10||11:16.82||+44"||39|
|10||PROKOPENKO , Mihail||BLR||5548||952||3||22||1212||30||2:12.38||1164||7||2220||22||11:35.85||+44"||38|
|11||MAROSI , Adam||HUN||5520||856||10||18||1308||5||2:04.38||1100||24||2256||16||11:26.37||+51"||37|
|12||JUNG , Hwonho||KOR||5520||748||28||14||1268||15||2:07.89||1196||1||2308||9||11:13.02||+51"||36|
|13||KIRPULYANSKYY , Pavlo||UKR||5512||940||4||22||1220||27||2:11.90||1160||8||2192||27||11:42.79||+53"||35|
|14||GIANCAMILLI , Federico||ITA||5504||832||16||17||1260||18||2:08.37||1100||24||2312||8||11:12.61||+55"||34|
|15||KASZA , Robert||HUN||5500||736||29||13||1304||7||2:04.72||1080||28||2380||5||10:55.81||+56"||33|
|16||KIM , Soengjin||KOR||5500||808||20||16||1320||3||2:03.65||1180||2||2192||26||11:42.17||+56"||32|
|17||HANASATO , Naoya||JPN||5496||640||35||9||1284||13||2:06.40||1160||8||2412||2||10:47.42||+57"||31|
|18||KIM , Ki-hyun||KOR||5492||712||33||12||1300||9||2:05.13||1160||8||2320||7||11:10.53||+58"||30|
|19||EL GEZIRY , Amro||EGY||5484||904||8||20||1364||1||1:59.88||1128||19||2088||33||12:08.24||+60"||29|
|20||DIETZ , Sebastian||GER||5464||856||10||18||1212||31||2:12.51||1160||8||2236||18||11:31.17||+65"||28|
|21||NOFAL , Mustafa||EGY||5444||808||20||16||1264||17||2:08.27||1160||8||2212||23||11:37.18||+70"||27|
|22||STASKIEWICZ , Szymon||POL||5432||808||20||16||1196||32||2:13.81||1160||8||2268||14||11:23.94||+73"||26|
|23||KINDERIS , Justinas||LTU||5416||832||16||17||1224||23||2:11.44||1104||22||2256||17||11:26.40||+77"||25|
|24||RIKER-FOX , Joshua||CAN||5408||808||20||16||1220||28||2:11.97||1104||22||2276||12||11:21.59||+79"||24|
|25||RYLKOV , Aliaksei||BLR||5396||736||29||13||1192||33||2:14.03||1088||27||2380||4||10:55.13||+82"||23|
|26||PATTE , Christopher||FRA||5364||736||29||13||1236||22||2:10.45||1100||24||2292||11||11:17.04||+90"||22|
|27||MAKAROVAS , Tomas||LTU||5344||856||10||18||1276||14||2:07.20||984||33||2228||21||11:33.82||+95"||21|
|28||MIGUCHI , Tomoya||JPN||5332||760||26||14||1332||2||2:02.61||1132||18||2108||30||12:03.48||+98"||20|
|29||CERKOVSKIS , Deniss||LAT||5268||832||16||17||1224||24||2:11.63||1080||28||2132||29||11:57.22||+114"||19|
|30||KIRPULYANSKYY , Dmytro||UKR||5256||760||26||14||1220||25||2:11.75||1080||28||2196||25||11:41.43||+117"||18|
|31||GUO , Jianli||CHN||5232||832||16||17||1308||6||2:04.52||1120||20||1972||35||12:37.73||+123"||17|
|32||NAM , Dong-hun||KOR||5208||736||29||13||1256||19||2:08.66||1120||20||2096||32||12:06.01||+129"||16|
|33||MORDASOV , Oleksandr||UKR||5120||688||34||11||1148||34||2:17.92||1080||28||2204||24||11:39.07||+151"||15|
|34||LI , Lin||CHN||5100||928||5||21||1248||20||2:09.45||892||34||2032||34||12:22.90||+156"||14|
|35||NEMETH , Robert||HUN||4884||784||24||15||1264||16||2:08.14||668||35||2168||28||11:48.24||+210"||13|
|36||POLIVKA , Ondrej||CZE||0||0||36||0||0||36||0||36||0||36||+1431"||12|
Elodie Clouvel (FRA) has had an impressive swim to beat the always fast swimmers Leila Gyenesei (HUN) and Samantha Murray (GBR) in a time of 2:09,90. This moves her up to 3rd position, the winner from the fencing Lena Shoneborn (GER) still holds the lead after finishing 20th in the swim and Amelie Caze (FRA) after her 3rd position in the fence and 4th position in the swim moves up to 2nd position ahead of the ride.
Standings after 2 events:
Olympic Champion Lena Schoneborn (GER) has blitzed the field to win the fencing discipline in the Women’s Final at World Cup #4. Schoneborn was never troubled, leading from start to finish and ended up with an impressive 28 wins and 6 defeats. This was a massive 5 more victories than was managed by Claudia Cesarini (ITA) and 6 more than Double Olympic Champion Amelie Caze (FRA) who fought back after a slow start to keep her in contention for the gold medal. World #1 Donata Rimsaite (LTU) has some work to do after a disappointing 17th position 12 victories less than Schoneborn and Local Hero Leila Gyenesei looks to have her dream for a gold medal on home soil dashed after a disappointing 21st position in the fence. Now for the swim!
Lena Schoneborn (GER) has created a lead over her rivals after 20 rounds. She now has 18 victories and only 2 defeats, 3 ahead of Claudia Cesarini (ITA) and Adrienn Toth (HUN). Event favourite Amelie Caze (FRA) is a further 2 victories behind and World #1 Donata Rimsaite (LTU) having only 9 victories.
Lena Schorneborn (GER) still leads the way in the fencing with 13 victories and only 1 defeat. one victory behind is Claudia Cesarini (ITA). The big surprise is World Number #1 Donata Rimsaite (LTU) struggling back in 23rd position with only 6 victories and 9 defeats.
Olympic Champion Lena Shoneborn (GER) leads the way early in the fencing with a perfect score of 9 victories and 0 defeats. Local favorite Adrian Toth (HUN) is 2 victories behind with event favorites and strong fencers Amelie Caze (FRA) and Donata Rimsaite (LTU) a further 3 victories behind.
The Women’s Final at World Cup #4 is set to be a scorcher. World Cup #3 Champion Amelie Caze (FRA) looked in fantastic form on Thursday’s qualification, winning her group with ease. However she will be pushed all the way by new World #1 Donata Rimsaite who has medalled at every event she has competed in this year and of course you can never rule out the current Olympic Champion Lena Schoneborn who also looked in ominous form on Thursday and Young Aya Medany (EGY) who is always not far off the Gold Medal. So come an join us for a fantasising day of Modern Pentathlon, by following the live updates online abd watching the live webcast beginning at 4:15pm local time.
Unknown Korean Dong-hong Nam has won the combined event in the final group of the day, group C. Bronze Medallist form World Cup #3 Rookie Aleksander Lesun (RUS) claimed 2nd with veteran Edvinas Krungolcas (LTU) cruising to 3rd. Unlike Group B, all the big names qualified including 2008 World Champion Ilia Frolov (RUS) and Dmytro Kirpulyanskyy (UKR) who will be among the favourites for Sunday.
Unknown Tomas Makarovas (LTU) has led from start to finish to win the Combined Event in Group B. He was closely followed by Naoya Hanasato (JPN) and Double Olympic Champion Andrei Moiseev (RUS) who has come back to form after a disappointing start to the year and 2009. There were some big names to miss out of qualification in this tough group including top 20 ranked Peter Tibolya (HUN) and Omar El Geziry (EGY). Athletes who look to be heading to the podium on Sunday include local favourite Robert Kaza (HUN), European Champion Ondrej Polivka (CZE) and World #2 David Svoboda (CZE) who all qualified with ease.
World Champion Adam Marosi (HUN) showed his class to cruise to victory in Group A Men’s Qualification. Marosi was closely followed by 2000 World Champion Andrejus Zadneprovkis (LTU) who has had successful return to form after an injury lay off. All the other the big guns qualified including Benedetti (ITA), Kinderis (LTU) and Pavlo Kirpulyankyy (UKR) who will all be fighting for medals on Sunday.
Edvinas Krungolcas (LTU) has won the fencing event in Group C with 19 Victories and 6 defeats. He was closely followed by Bronze medallist at World Cup #3 rookie Aleksander Lesun (RUS) and World #9 Dmytro Kirpulyanskyy (UKR). This means the second placed athlete in swimming Hayato Noguchi (JPN) who also had a strong fence will have a slim one second lead over Lesun with Krungolcas being a further 4 seconds behind in the Combined Event.
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