Youth Olympic Games 2010
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Youth world champion Han Jiahao is likely to be the man to beat in the men's individual modern pentathlon competition on Sunday at the Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games.
The 17-year-old student from Shanghai has nicknamed himself 'King Kong', because “I think I resemble it”.
After claiming gold in June's Youth A World Championships in Uppsala, Sweden, the Chinese is a strong favourite to achieve more success at the inaugural Youth Games.
After 15 bouts Jan Szalay (SVK) who has led from the beginning still leads the way in the fencing with 12 victories and 3 defeats. Jorge Camcho (MEX) is one victory behind with Aleix Heredia being a further victory behind. Current Youth World Champion and event favourite Jiahao Han (CHN) is struggling back in 10th position 5 victories behind the leader.
The Men’s competition at the Youth Olympic is about to begin. Who can join Moya Lopez who won the Women’s Event to become to first ever Men’s Gold Medallist. Follow all the action on pentathloin.org.
Leydi Laura Moya Lopez (CUB) has won the gold medal in the women's individual Modern Pentathlon at the first ever Youth Olympic Games, coming from nowhere to overhaul the pre-event favourite, Youth World Champion Szofia Foldhazi (HUN) who held on for the Silver. Anastasiya Spa (UKR) held off a fast finishing Anna Olesinski (USA) for the Bronze.
Prince Albert of Monaco praised the innovative approach taken to modern pentathlon at the Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games on Saturday.
The Prince and Honorary President of the sport's world governing body (UIPM), visited the Singapore Sports School to watch the women's individual event. He was particularly taken with the introduction of laser pistols, which have replaced traditional pellet-firing guns in the shoot/run event.
World youth champion Zsofia Foldhazi (HUN) had to be content with the silver medal in the women's individual modern pentathlon after Cuba's Leydi Laura Moya Lopez powered through in the combined running and shooting discipline to grab gold.Thanks to an excellent 200m swim, 17-year-old Foldhazi had put herself in pole position by taking a 25-second lead into the competition's final section, but the pre-event favourite was unable to withstand Moya Lopez's late charge at Singapore Sports School. Foldhazi, who won the 2009 Europe Youth Olympic Games qualifier and took gold at the 2009 and 2010 World A Youth Championships, blamed her failure to seal victory on a leg injury she had carried into the Games. "The last month I was not able to train a lot because of that injury," Foldhazi said. "In the final lap of the running I felt a strange pain in my right leg. At that same moment I was caught by the girl from Cuba. I know that I definitely would have won if I was completely fit today. "I am so angry now for not taking gold. My fencing was good. My swimming was great. But I had a very bad running section."
Born into an all-round sporting family from Roswell, New Mexico, American modern pentathlete Anna Olesinski has set high standards for herself even so early in her career.
Olesinski finished fourth in the girls individual modern pentathlon on Saturday at Singapore Sports School, but the talented 16-year-old was still hard on herself.
"I am really disappointed because I thought I'd get a medal. I've never been passed before but the Cuban (Leydi Laura Moya Lopez) passed me," said Olesinski. "I really wanted to get third. It kind of sucks coming fourth."
Moya Lopez clinched the gold medal with 4100 points, followed by Zsofia Foldhazi (HUN) and Anastasiya Spas (UKR), in the four-discipline sport.
After completing the fencing and swimming components Olesinski sat back in eighth place, but she displayed strength in the combined shooting and running event, clocking a time of 12:21.48 for a final tally of 3984 points.
"I came from behind but I thought I could have done better," she said.
Olesinski first got her first taste of modern pentathlon at a young age thanks to her father, coach and former Polish pentathlon team member Jan Olesinski.
"Ever since I could walk, I've always been running and gradually took up the other events after that," she said.
Her father also coaches modern pentathlete Nathan Schrimsher (USA), who will compete in the boys individual event on Sunday.
"My dad does a good job of being a coach. He knows what he's going and does well at balancing it all out," she said. "He gives me normal advice that you'd get from a coach, but sometimes it's hard because I want to do well and he's just always so supportive."
Sport is definitely in the family's blood and her mother Marie Olesinski is a former Polish national basketball player. Her brother Marek was also a member of the 2009 New Mexico state basketball championship team, and brother Alex has been a state swimming champion.
"It's competitive between all of us, but it's fun to go out and train together as a family."
Comments from gold medallist Leydi Laura Moya Lopez (CUB), silver medallist Anastasiya Spas (UKR) and president of the International Pentathlon Federation (UIPM), Dr Klaus Schormann, at a press conference after the women's individual pentathlon competition at Singapore Sports Field on Saturday.
aura Leydi Moya Lopez (CUB) won the gold medal in the women's individual modern pentathlon, coming from nowhere to overhaul the pre-event favourite, Youth World Champion Szofia Foldhazi (HUN).Moya Lopez's victory showed just how much difference a strong performance in the combined shoot/run section of the sport can make. Coming out of the fencing and swimming disciplines in ninth place the 18-year-old was handicapped 1min 19secs. But in the last section she hit her targets accurately and made up time in the run, crossing the line in 11min 49.47 sec, more than two minutes ahead of silver medallist Foldhazi (13:14.14) who finished with 4,076 points. Anastasiya Spas (UKR) took the bronze medal with a total of 4,064 points.
Double World Champion Zsofia Foldhazi (HUN) has blitzed the field in the swimming event to have a commanding 25 second lead in the combined event. She will be followed by Min Ji Choi (KOR) who came 3rd in the swim and Anastasiya Spas (UKR) who matched her 3rd place in the fencing with 4th place in the Swim with fencing winner Alice Lencova (CZE) one position back after coming 20th in the swim. All the focus now turns to the combined event to see if Foldhazi can hold onto her 25 second lead. Full results at http://www.singapore2010.sg/public/sg2010/en/en_games/en_games_results.html
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