UIPM World Cup #2 2011
|1||MAROSI , Adam||HUN||5924||976||3||24||1368||7||1:59.53||1180||12||2400||11||10:50.64||60|
|2||LESUN , Aleksander||RUS||5880||1024||2||26||1360||10||2:00.27||1180||9||2316||22||11:11.87||+11"||55|
|3||KINDERIS , Justinas||LTU||5820||1084||1||29||1308||22||2:04.35||1180||13||2248||29||11:28.86||+26"||51|
|4||SVOBODA , David||CZE||5816||880||8||20||1352||13||2:00.98||1160||20||2424||10||10:44.80||+27"||48|
|5||CAO , Zhongrong||CHN||5796||832||14||18||1380||5||1:58.33||1200||4||2384||13||10:54.29||+32"||46|
|6||TYMOSHCHENKO , Pavlo||UKR||5768||880||8||20||1296||26||2:05.35||1160||23||2432||7||10:42.29||+39"||44|
|7||NAM , Dong-hun||KOR||5732||736||27||14||1324||17||2:03.19||1200||3||2472||1||10:32.08||+48"||42|
|8||DE LUCA , Riccardo||ITA||5724||904||6||21||1280||28||2:06.98||1160||25||2380||14||10:55.14||+50"||40|
|9||POLIVKA , Ondrej||CZE||5720||784||18||16||1316||20||2:03.68||1180||7||2440||5||10:40.06||+51"||39|
|10||DANIEL , Thomas||AUT||5716||976||3||24||1240||34||2:10.14||1180||18||2320||21||11:10.56||+52"||38|
|11||GUO , Jianli||CHN||5700||856||11||19||1364||8||1:59.67||1200||1||2280||27||11:20.09||+56"||37|
|12||BERROU , Jean maxence||FRA||5700||760||22||15||1356||12||2:00.65||1140||29||2444||4||10:39.89||+56"||36|
|13||FROLOV , Ilia||RUS||5692||880||8||20||1320||19||2:03.60||1140||30||2352||17||11:02.24||+58"||35|
|14||PETRONI , Pierpaolo||ITA||5684||856||11||19||1360||11||2:00.30||1180||11||2288||25||11:18.54||+60"||34|
|15||KOLLNER , Stefan||GER||5668||832||14||18||1248||33||2:09.33||1140||32||2448||3||10:38.26||+64"||33|
|16||BORRMANN , Delf||GER||5656||856||11||19||1188||36||2:14.63||1180||15||2432||6||10:42.08||+67"||32|
|17||MAJEWSKI , Bartosz||POL||5648||760||22||15||1256||31||2:08.87||1200||2||2432||8||10:42.60||+69"||31|
|18||DEMETER , Bence||HUN||5644||784||18||16||1312||21||2:04.30||1180||14||2368||16||10:58.94||+70"||30|
|19||FRANCESCHINI , Auro||ITA||5612||736||27||14||1388||3||1:57.74||1200||5||2288||26||11:18.68||+78"||29|
|20||GIANCAMILLI , Federico||ITA||5600||784||18||16||1320||18||2:03.52||1160||22||2336||19||11:06.56||+81"||28|
|21||XU , Yunqi||CHN||5592||808||16||17||1368||6||1:59.35||1140||33||2276||28||11:21.03||+83"||27|
|22||BENEDETTI , Nicola||ITA||5592||736||27||14||1220||35||2:11.71||1180||16||2456||2||10:36.85||+83"||26|
|23||HAYANOUSKI , Mikalai||BLR||5584||760||22||15||1340||15||2:01.87||1160||21||2324||20||11:09.16||+85"||25|
|24||JUNG , Jinhwa||KOR||5584||808||16||17||1392||2||1:57.35||1140||28||2244||30||11:29.86||+85"||24|
|25||KARYAKIN , Serguei||RUS||5572||712||30||13||1364||9||1:59.82||1108||34||2388||12||10:53.30||+88"||23|
|26||HONG , Jin-woo||KOR||5560||688||32||12||1308||24||2:04.63||1140||31||2424||9||10:44.04||+91"||22|
|27||CERKOVSKIS , Deniss||LAT||5524||976||3||24||1252||32||2:09.19||1140||27||2156||33||11:51.62||+100"||21|
|28||SANDOVAL , Alvaro||MEX||5516||640||36||10||1300||25||2:05.03||1196||6||2380||15||10:55.78||+102"||20|
|29||KRUNGOLCAS , Edvinas||LTU||5504||760||22||15||1292||27||2:05.66||1160||24||2292||24||11:17.42||+105"||19|
|30||MERLE , Bruno||FRA||5500||688||32||12||1336||16||2:02.24||1180||17||2296||23||11:16.09||+106"||18|
|31||MOISEEV , Andrei||RUS||5488||904||6||21||1344||14||2:01.44||1180||10||2060||36||12:15.65||+109"||17|
|32||PATTE , Christopher||FRA||5468||664||34||11||1276||29||2:07.13||1180||8||2348||18||11:03.52||+114"||16|
|33||GOLIS , Remigiusz||POL||5412||760||22||15||1452||1||1:52.64||972||36||2228||31||11:33.98||+128"||15|
|34||NEMETH , Robert||HUN||5384||712||30||13||1308||23||2:04.46||1168||19||2196||32||11:41.73||+135"||14|
|35||MAKAROVAS , Tomas||LTU||5280||784||18||16||1276||30||2:07.24||1096||35||2124||34||11:59.29||+161"||13|
|36||MIGUCHI , Tomoya||JPN||5268||664||34||11||1384||4||1:58.17||1140||26||2080||35||12:10.50||+164"||12|
Due to location and technical issues, the live webcast from World Cup #2 will now start at 5:30pm (+2 GMT). Sorry about any inconvenience caused. We hope you enjoy the show!
As the Men rest after their big day of qualification, the Women are getting ready for the final of World Cup #2 in Sassari, Italy. The final was one of the hardest to get into in the history of the UIPM World Cup Series with a record 96 Women competing and only 12 athletes qualifying from each group.
All the top male Pentathlete’s did well today in one of the biggest attending qualification events in World Cup history as the majority of the big guns made it through.
The biggest surprise was that no British men qualified, after having a strong presence at World Cup #1 with Cooke, Weale and Woodbridge all finding it tough under the Mediterranean sun.
It was an Italian 1-2 finish in Group C as Auro Franceschini and Riccardo De Luca crossed managed to stay at the head of the field. IAll the big names made it through such as Edvinas Kruncolcas (LTU) David Svoboda (CZE) and Ilia Frolov (RUS) who all showed fantastic form to all finish in the top 5.The biggest causality was silver medalist Sam Weale (GBR) who is still recovering from an injury which kept him out of World Cup #1. It was a happy start to current Junior World Champion Bence Demeter’s senior career as he snuck into 12th position in only his 2nd World Cup.
Local star Riccardo De Luca (ITA) has won the fencing in group C and will start first in the Combined event ahead of veterans Edvinas Krungolcas (LTU) and Denis Cerkovskis (LAT). World #4 Ilia Frolov (RUS) is next with World #3 and European Champion David Svoboda (CZE) back in 9th. World #16 Thomas Daniel looks like he will struggle to get into the top 12 as he lies back in 24th position after having a nightmare of a fence.
Guo Jianli (CHN) has won Group B ahead of World #2 Adam Marosi (HUN) and World Cup #1 winner Pavlo Tymoshchenko (UKR). Double Olympic Champion Andrei Moiseev (RUS) squeezed into the top 12 to make only his 2nd final in 12 months after starting 26 seconds ahead of the rest of the pack in the Combined Event. With Omar El Geziry (EGY) still hasn’t grasped the Combined Event slipping down from 4th into 23rd position.
The local crowd will be happy as their big hope for a medal Nicola Benedetti (ITA) made it comfortably through in 5th position and looks in good form.
Double Olympic Champion Andrei Moiseev (RUS) will have a big lead in the Combined Event after winning the fencing in Group B. Moiseev will start 21 seconds in front of 2009 World Champion Adam Marosi (HUN) and Tomas Makarovas (LTU). World Cup #1 Champion Pavlo Tymoshchenko (UKR) will start down in 12th position so he will have to work hard to qualify, as will World #5 Justinas Kinderis (LTU) who is back in 16th position.
Bruno Merle (FRA) has won Group A ahead of current World Champion Serguei Karyakin (RUS) and Mihalai Hayanouski (BLR). World #1 Aleksander Lesun (RUS) made up for not qualifying at World Cup #1 by comfortably qualifying in 6th position. 2009 European Champion Ondrej Polivka (CZE) came from 23rd position to climb his way up to 11th to squeeze into Sunday’s final. Nicolas Woodbridge (GBR) who finished 7th at World Cup #1 had a day he would rather forget and finished down in 17th position, well out on contention of the qualification positions.
From the Youth Olympics to World Cup #2
In Singapore last year the top Youth Modern Pentathletes from across the globe gathered to compete in the Youth Olympic Games. For these young athletes it was the pinnacle of their fledgling sporting career. It also gave them a taste of what was to come, competing at an elite level against the best in the World.
Aleksander Lesun (RUS) has finished 8th in the swim to have a commanding 19 second lead going into the combined event over Mikalai Hayanouski (BLR). Remigiusz Golis (POL) won the swimming event in an impressive time of 1.54,18 ahead of Amro El Geziry (EGY) who has now moved into 3rd position heading into the combined event. Current World Champion Serguei Karyakin (RUS) has had a solid day and will start in 4th position.
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