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|
Donata Rimsaite leads the way after 9 rounds of the fencing at the 2010 World Championships with 8 victories and only 1 defeat. She is closely followed by current World Champion Qian Chen (CHN) with Egyptian superstar Aya Medany a further victory back. Double World Champion Amelie Caze (FRA) is back again and in a solid position 3 victories behind the leader. Olympic Champion Lena Schoneborn is struggling down in 21st position only winning 3 bouts so far.
Final results of the Men's World Championships Final:
A new Women’s World Champion will be crowned tomorrow in Chengdu, China. 36 of the best women Pentathletes from across the globe, including the top 10 world ranked athletes will battle it out for the right to call themselves World’s best.
Olympic Champion Lena Schoneborn (GER) who dominated the World Cup Series winning 3 events plus the World Cup Final will be favourite to be on top of the podium and win her 1st World Championship. However Double World Champion Amelie Caze (FRA) will be looking to put her name into the history books by winning her 3rd World Championships crown. World #1 Donata Rimsaite (LTU) and current World Champion and local favourite Qian Chen (CHN) will also be in contention to stand on top of the podium.
Follow all the action on Pentathlon.org throughout the day with live text updates.
22 year old Serguei Karyakin (RUS) has caused a major upset to become the 50th ever Modern Pentathlon Senior World Champion today in Chengdu, China.
Karyakin, the 2008 World Junior Champion who has never won a major senior international event was the most consistent athlete of the day finishing 2nd in the fencing, 9th in the swim and tamed his horse perfectly around the course to gain the perfect score of 1200 in the riding event. This meant he had a lead of 9 seconds going in the combined event which he never looked like losing to cruise to a historic victory.
Cuban coach, Angel Payret Lopez, admits that Modern Pentathlon is not a popular sport in Cuba, but they are working hard to develop the sport in the country. With the recent success of Cuban athlete Leydi Laura Moya Lopez who won Gold at the inaugural Youth Olympic Games in Singapore, it seems their hard work is beginning to pay off.
“Our success in Singapore came from a long road that began from the Pan America’s then to the Beijing Olympic’s when Yaniel Velazquez (CUB) finished 15th.”
However, Cuba has not enjoyed the same level of success in Chengdu with none of the country’s athletes qualifying for the final. Lopez sites a number of reasons.
The Olympic Swimming record holder Amro El Geziry (EGY) has out classed the field to win the swimming event in an impressive time of 2:00,21. He was nearly a second faster Zhongrong Cao (CHN) and Remigiusz Golis (POL) who finished 2nd and 3rd respectively. El Geziry’s fast swim combined with his 2nd position in the fence means he goes into the riding event in 1st place. The winner of the fencing Aleksander Lesun (RUS) is in 2nd position after finishing 17th in the swim. Defending World Champion Adam Marosi (HUN) has moved up to 4th position after a solid swim. Pre event favourite David Svoboda (CZE) has had a terrible day being in 28th position after 2 events.
Chengdu’s spectacular new facilities will be honoured with the name of modern Olympic Games founder, Baron Pierre de Coubertin. Coubertin created Modern Pentathlon for the 1912 Olympics designed to represent the ideal complete and well rounded athlete that he hoped to promote in reviving the Olympic Games.
Jacques de Navacelle, grand nephew of Coubertin said it was an offer he could not refuse when UIPM approached him about allowing Coubertin’s name to be used for the stadium.
“I am very impressed with the facilities, they are very well done. It is an achievement in the sense that everything is together. It is unique, the best in the world.”
Navacelle commented on the high level of performance at the 2010 World Championships and beamed with pride that Modern Pentathlon had come so far since its’ founding.
“Coubertin was so passionate about Modern Pentathlon and it is amazing to see in such a big country as China, so far away from Coubertin’s origin, that the passion is shared here.”
The ceremony which placed Coubertin’s head statue at the entrance of the Modern Pentathlon Stadium in Chengdu took place on the 1 September.
Aleksander Lesun has led from start top finish to win the fencing discipline in the Men’s Final at the 2010 World Championships in Chengdu, China with 24 victories and 8 defeats. 2 victories behind was Stefan Kollner (GER) and Egyptian fencing specialist Amro El Geziry. World Champion Adam Marosi (HUN) finished back in 12th position with 18 victories and 16 defeats. European Champion and a hot favourite for the gold medal David Svoboda (CZE) had a terrible fence finishing back in 24th position a massive 11 victories behind Lesun which leaves him a lot of work to do if he is to become the 50th World Champion.
Please find the full results below:
Aleksander Lesun has increased his lead to 3 victories over his rivals with 19 victories and just 6 defeats at the 50th World Championships in Chengdu. A chasing pack of 5 athletes which includes Thomas Daniel (AUT) and World #5 Justinas Kinderis (LTU)are next. The event favourites Adam Marosi (HUN) and David Svoboda (CZE) are struggling down in 19th position a massive 7 victories behind Lesun.
Russian rookie Aleksander Lesun has kept up his fencing form to be outright leader after 17 rounds of the fencing, winning 13 bouts and only losing 4. He is followed Zongrong Cao (CHN) who is one victory behind. Combined Event expert Nicola Benedetti (ITA) is a further victory back which puts him in a good position later in the day. Early leader Ilya Frolov had dropped back to 13th place have a series of defeats that has blown his confidence. World Champion Adam Marosi has finally woken up and has moved up to 13th position, with 8 victories and 9 defeats.
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