UIPM Senior World Championships 2010
|1||KARYAKIN , Serguei||RUS||5816||928||2||21||1312||9||2:04.13||1200||1||2376||4||10:56.15||80|
|2||LESUN , Aleksander||RUS||5760||1000||1||24||1284||17||2:06.46||1120||19||2356||7||11:01.71||+14"||75|
|3||KINDERIS , Justinas||LTU||5712||880||7||19||1264||20||2:08.02||1180||3||2388||3||10:53.83||+26"||70|
|4||CAO , Zhongrong||CHN||5688||832||17||17||1348||2||2:01.14||1108||23||2400||2||10:50.91||+32"||66|
|5||KRUNGOLCAS , Edvinas||LTU||5640||868||11||19||1284||18||2:06.58||1180||3||2308||12||11:13.99||+44"||63|
|6||POLIVKA , Ondrej||CZE||5636||832||17||17||1296||13||2:05.47||1108||23||2400||1||10:50.67||+45"||60|
|7||TYMOSHCHENKO , Pavlo||UKR||5592||904||4||20||1236||25||2:10.54||1120||19||2332||9||11:07.53||+56"||58|
|8||KOLLNER , Stefan||GER||5560||928||2||21||1188||34||2:14.55||1080||26||2364||5||10:59.46||+64"||56|
|9||DE LUCA , Riccardo||ITA||5532||856||12||18||1232||28||2:10.89||1140||15||2304||13||11:14.65||+71"||54|
|10||SEDLECKY , Michal||CZE||5516||856||12||18||1220||31||2:11.96||1172||9||2268||17||11:23.38||+75"||52|
|11||SOTO CARRILLO , Oscar||MEX||5508||808||22||16||1208||32||2:12.97||1200||1||2292||14||11:17.16||+77"||50|
|12||FROLOV , Ilia||RUS||5504||880||7||19||1300||11||2:05.29||1160||10||2164||26||11:49.36||+78"||48|
|13||MAROSI , Adam||HUN||5500||856||12||18||1336||5||2:02.07||1100||25||2208||21||11:38.14||+79"||46|
|14||HOLYST , Maurin||FRA||5496||856||12||18||1192||33||2:14.11||1128||18||2320||10||11:10.32||+80"||44|
|15||KASZA , Robert||HUN||5484||832||17||17||1316||8||2:03.86||1120||19||2216||20||11:36.11||+83"||42|
|16||KIM , Soengjin||KOR||5468||808||22||16||1340||4||2:01.92||1160||10||2160||27||11:50.24||+87"||40|
|17||SVOBODA , David||CZE||5456||760||27||14||1260||21||2:08.33||1076||27||2360||6||11:00.55||+90"||39|
|18||MAKAROVAS , Tomas||LTU||5436||832||17||17||1236||24||2:10.51||1180||3||2188||24||11:43.51||+95"||38|
|19||CHMIELEWSKI , Tomasz||POL||5428||880||7||19||1236||26||2:10.57||1160||10||2152||28||11:52.39||+97"||37|
|20||EL GEZIRY , Amro||EGY||5416||880||7||19||1360||1||2:00.21||1140||15||2036||33||12:21.52||+100"||36|
|21||XU , Yunqi||CHN||5412||736||30||13||1292||14||2:05.91||1180||3||2204||23||11:39.49||+101"||35|
|22||PROKOPENKO , Mihail||BLR||5400||904||4||20||1224||30||2:11.39||1068||28||2204||22||11:39.38||+104"||34|
|23||NEMETH , Robert||HUN||5400||760||27||14||1300||12||2:05.31||1064||29||2276||16||11:21.08||+104"||33|
|24||GUO , Jianli||CHN||5368||712||31||12||1304||10||2:04.66||1180||3||2172||25||11:47.48||+112"||32|
|25||MITSYK , Mikhail||BLR||5352||712||31||12||1244||23||2:09.84||1140||15||2256||19||11:26.47||+116"||31|
|26||KIRPULYANSKYY , Dmytro||UKR||5336||904||4||20||1260||22||2:08.57||1044||30||2128||30||11:58.76||+120"||30|
|27||MIGUCHI , Tomoya||JPN||5328||808||22||16||1324||7||2:03.17||1116||22||2080||31||12:10.83||+122"||29|
|28||DANIEL , Thomas||AUT||5304||832||17||17||1228||29||2:11.20||952||32||2292||15||11:17.93||+128"||28|
|29||NAM , Dong-hun||KOR||5296||664||34||10||1292||15||2:05.97||988||31||2352||8||11:02.49||+130"||27|
|30||LEE , Sung hyun||KOR||5260||808||22||16||1332||6||2:02.53||1160||10||1960||35||12:40.02||+139"||26|
|31||GOLIS , Remigiusz||POL||5224||664||34||10||1348||3||2:01.27||1180||3||2032||34||12:22.40||+148"||25|
|32||HILGEHOLT , Kelvin||NED||5216||688||33||11||1232||27||2:10.70||1156||14||2140||29||11:55.41||+150"||24|
|33||GIANCAMILLI , Federico||ITA||5148||760||27||14||1272||19||2:07.39||856||33||2260||18||11:25.79||+167"||23|
|34||JUNG , Hwonho||KOR||5008||784||26||15||1284||16||2:06.41||620||35||2320||11||11:10.57||+202"||22|
|35||BENEDETTI , Nicola||ITA||4840||856||12||18||1156||35||2:17.06||768||34||2060||32||12:15.70||+244"||21|
|36||HEFNY , Yasser||EGY||0||0||36||0||0||36||0||36||0||36||+1454"||20|
The Latvian team of Deniss Cerkovskis and Elena Rublevska now are alone at the top of the leaders board with 35 victories and 17 defeats. The Lithuanian team are one victory behind and the Polish a further victory back.
After 36 bouts there is a 3 way tie at the top of the leaders board the Latvian, Lithuanian and Polish teams with 23 victories and 13 defeats. The Latvian team of Deniss Cerkovskis and Elena Rublevska have had experience winning a mixed relay as the claimed gold at World Cup #4 in Hungary, the only mixed relay of the year so far so they will be liking their chances.
The Polish team of Sylvia Czwojdzinska and Remigiusz leads the way in the mixed relay with 10 victories and only 2 defeats. Event favourites Donata Rimsaite and Justinas Kinderis from Lithuania are only one victory behind with the Russian pair of Polina Struchtkova and Valeriy Ovcharov from Russia being a further 2 victories off the pace.
The Mixed Relay will make it’s World championships debut tomorrow in Chengdu, China. There will be 19 countries represented by one male and one female fighting for gold. This methods has been trailed as several World Cup competitions and at this years Youth Olympic Games with huge success. The favourites for the event with be the Lithuanian pair of Justinas Kinderis and Donata Rimsaite who won the Bronze and Silver respectively in the individual event and the Czech team of Ondrej Polivka and Lucie Grolichova.
Check out all the teams to fight it out for gold here.
Amelie Caze (FRA) has made history by winning her 3rd World Championships title in a rain drenched final today at the Pierre de Coubertin Modern Pentathlon Centre in Chengdu, China.
She easily beat Donata Rimsaite (LTU) who won the Silver and Olympic Champion Lena Schoneborn (GER) who claimed Bronze.
Caze stated “Every time is different, and it’s really hard to win again and again. To win you really have to be best in all events, as athletes are constantly running and shooting faster.”
Lena Schoneborn crept up to 2nd place after the ride, bringing the German team up to fourth position.
Kim Raisner, German coach said that her team is good for a medal coming from success in the 2010 European Championships where Germany claimed the team event Gold medal and Lena Schöneborn (GER) took Silver in the individual.
“I think we are going for at least one medal. The individual is always difficult, but our team is very strong and I think we have a good chance. However, China who is currently behind us (in fifth), is very strong in the combined event, so we will see.”
Kim says that Lena is the strongest runner and Germany’s best chance at an individual medal going into the final combined event, but it will take consistent performances from each of the German team member to secure team victory.
“Eva (Trautmann) was unlucky with her horse. It had some blood around the nose and it seems it was a badly fitting bridal. Eva was also not feeling very well before the competition with a fever. She said she felt alright during the swim, but then weak afterwards.”
Fellow German Annika Schleu is the younger of the German team, 14th overall and a keen shooter, hopeful for a good result in the vital combined event.
No Women were able to score a perfect round in the riding. 7 athletes managed a 1180 including Olympic Champion Lena Schoneborn (GER) which moves her up to 2nd position ahead of the Combined Event. However she will start a massive 38 seconds ahead of European Champion Amelie Caze who will be looking to win a historic 3rd World Championship Titles. The winner of the fencing Aya Medany (EGY) will start in 3rd position a further 9 seconds behind. Like Schoneborn, Leila Gynesei (HUN) scored 1180 in the ride which moves her up to 4th position just starting 1 second behind Medany in the Combined and will also be in contention for a medal.
The danger athlete will be Combined Event specialist and World #1 Donata Rimsaite (LTU) who is starting in 6th position.
Watch all the action live on UIPM’s live webcast at http://247.tv/modern-pentathlon/freestream.
Results after 3 events:
Elodie Clouvel (FRA) has again proved that she is the queen of the pool easily winning the swimming event in a time of 2:07,90. The moves her up to 3rd position behind Double World Champion Amelie Caze (FRA) and the winner of the fencing Aya Medany (EGY). Olympic Champion Lena Schoneborn (GER) has dropped down to 5th position after having a disappointing swim finishing in 24th position. Current World Champion Qian Chen (CHN) is still in contention in 6th position with Silver Olympic medallist Heather Fell (GBR) in 7th position and still her best discipline, riding in front of her.
The Hungarian's have gone into the lead in the teams event . Hungarian coach Miklós Pálvölgyi’s young team took positions two and three in the swimming discipline and is confident going into the riding.
“We have a young team, so it was a realistic result from fencing and a good swimming performance, especially from Sarolta (Kovacs). All of the girls are good riders and we have trained a lot for the combined event so I am pretty confident in the team.”
Pálvölgyi believes individual success is also within Hungary’s reach.
“We will definitely fight for the individual medals. Leila (Gyenesei) and Sarolta will both be in with a chance obviously depending on a good ride and combined event. But I’m happy with their performance so far.”
All three Hungarian women were in the top ten leading into the riding with the Hungarian team placing number one.
Full results after 2 Events:
Aya Medany (EGY) has just beat Amelie Caze (FRA) to win the fencing discipline at the 2010 World Championships in Chengdu, China.
Medany said “I didn’t fence well in the semi-final, but I think I performed to an average level today, not my best. I didn’t expect to get over 1000 points. I’m not sure about the rest of the day. In Beijing(Olympics 2008) I was in the top 3 before the horses and then I dropped to 8th after the ride, so it’s difficult to say.”
Medany finished with 28 victories and 8 defeats one ahead of Double World Champion Caze. French coach Christian Roudaut warns there is still a long way to go.
“It’s great that Amelie is in second position in the fencing. But it will be a very long day and many girls present today are very strong and it will be very close.”
Olympic Gold Medallist Lena Schoneborn (GER) had a strong 2nd half of the fencing competition to rise from the bottom of the ladder to 3rd position, 4 victories less than Medany current World Champion Qian Chen (CHN) is a further victory behind. After a strong start World #1 Donata Rimsaite (LTU) dropped back to 7th position 6 victories behind the leader.
The Great Britain team was in third position after the fencing and Nemeth Istvan, Great Britain coach was pleased with his teams’ progress so far.
“Heather (Fell) is the only senior in our team. Samantha (Murray) never competed abroad before, so I am already very pleased that she is in the final. Freyja Prentice had a tough draw against the Russian, so I hope the two girls are not too psychologically damaged going into the swimming with less than 800 points. I’m happy though, it is a rare moment that the coach and athlete are happy at the same time!”
On Istvan’s expectations for the rest of the day,
“I hope it doesn’t rain for one thing. I think Heather will place in the top 8, it’s still early and the riding will be tricky. For Samantha, I’m not sure. I have never seen her compete at this level before, so I am not sure about the stress level. I would love the team to go further. It would be nice for Samantha and Freyja to add to their Junior Championship(Hungary 2010) medals.”
Final results of the fencing:
Double World Champion Amelia Caze (FRA) leads the way in the fencing with 16 victories and only 3 defeats after 19 rounds. She is closely followed by Aya Medany (EGY) and current World Champion Qian Chen (CHN) only once victory behind. Donata Rimsaite has dropped back to 5th place after a slow start and Lena Schoneborn is still struggling back in 12th position 6 victories behind Caze.
Full results below:
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