UIPM World Cup #4 2011
|1||LEE , Choon-huan||KOR||5780||904||4||21||1244||23||2:09.71||1200||5||2432||3||10:42.70||60|
|2||KARYAKIN , Serguei||RUS||5756||832||14||18||1300||10||2:05.02||1160||20||2464||2||10:34.71||+6"||55|
|3||DEMETER , Bence||HUN||5748||832||14||18||1300||11||2:05.19||1200||4||2416||6||10:46.95||+8"||51|
|4||NAM , Dong-hun||KOR||5732||832||14||18||1280||17||2:06.72||1200||2||2420||4||10:45.66||+12"||48|
|5||CAO , Zhongrong||CHN||5712||904||4||21||1364||2||1:59.99||1180||9||2264||23||11:24.10||+17"||46|
|6||JUNG , Jinhwa||KOR||5684||856||9||19||1348||4||2:01.01||1180||8||2300||21||11:15.70||+24"||44|
|7||HAYANOUSKI , Mikalai||BLR||5664||832||14||18||1288||16||2:06.31||1160||13||2384||10||10:54.96||+29"||42|
|8||BERROU , Jean maxence||FRA||5656||808||20||17||1328||6||2:02.84||1200||3||2320||16||11:10.42||+31"||40|
|9||MOISEEV , Andrei||RUS||5652||928||3||22||1304||9||2:04.84||1160||18||2260||24||11:25.32||+32"||39|
|10||LESUN , Aleksander||RUS||5652||976||1||24||1292||13||2:05.71||1012||33||2372||11||10:57.69||+32"||38|
|11||SACKSEN , Sam||USA||5648||856||9||19||1228||27||2:11.29||1160||11||2404||8||10:49.36||+33"||37|
|12||HOLYST , Maurin||FRA||5584||808||20||17||1200||32||2:13.49||1160||22||2416||5||10:46.18||+49"||36|
|13||PINCHUK , Raman||BLR||5568||832||14||18||1244||24||2:09.91||1180||7||2312||18||11:12.30||+53"||35|
|14||MAJEWSKI , Bartosz||POL||5564||712||31||13||1204||31||2:13.15||1180||10||2468||1||10:33.08||+54"||34|
|15||BORRMANN , Delf||GER||5564||856||9||19||1140||36||2:18.45||1160||16||2408||7||10:48.69||+54"||33|
|16||KASZA , Robert||HUN||5560||736||28||14||1308||8||2:04.56||1160||17||2356||13||11:01.94||+55"||32|
|17||TOMII , Shinichi||JPN||5524||736||28||14||1332||5||2:02.56||1200||1||2256||27||11:26.06||+64"||31|
|18||COOKE , James||GBR||5524||856||9||19||1388||1||1:57.68||1120||28||2160||32||11:50.92||+64"||30|
|19||GEBHARDT , Steffen||GER||5504||880||7||20||1216||29||2:12.24||1180||6||2228||30||11:33.50||+69"||29|
|20||WU , Hanyu||CHN||5500||808||20||17||1204||30||2:13.07||1160||12||2328||15||11:08.69||+70"||28|
|21||KIRPULYANSKYY , Dmytro||UKR||5496||880||7||20||1256||21||2:08.98||1140||26||2220||31||11:35.48||+71"||27|
|22||TIBOLYA , Peter||HUN||5456||760||25||15||1228||26||2:11.05||1160||19||2308||19||11:13.02||+81"||26|
|23||PATTE , Christopher||FRA||5452||760||25||15||1236||25||2:10.38||1060||32||2396||9||10:51.67||+82"||25|
|24||GUO , Jianli||CHN||5424||856||9||19||1308||7||2:04.44||1140||24||2120||34||12:00.25||+89"||24|
|25||FUJIMORI , Yuuki||JPN||5420||616||36||9||1352||3||2:00.74||1136||27||2316||17||11:11.48||+90"||23|
|26||HORBACZ , Marcin||POL||5416||832||14||18||1288||15||2:06.06||1160||21||2136||33||11:56.77||+91"||22|
|27||KIRPULYANSKYY , Pavlo||UKR||5392||976||1||24||1224||28||2:11.45||884||34||2308||20||11:13.39||+97"||21|
|28||SABIRKHUZIN , Rustem||KAZ||5388||760||25||15||1184||35||2:14.76||1100||31||2344||14||11:04.00||+98"||20|
|29||SUN , Qiang||CHN||5388||688||32||12||1280||18||2:06.96||1160||15||2260||25||11:25.38||+98"||19|
|30||STASKIEWICZ , Szymon||POL||5356||784||24||16||1200||33||2:13.64||1120||29||2252||28||11:27.65||+106"||18|
|31||XU , Yunqi||CHN||5352||640||35||10||1292||12||2:05.70||1160||14||2260||26||11:25.56||+107"||17|
|32||HONG , Jin-woo||KOR||5320||904||4||21||1292||14||2:05.72||768||35||2356||12||11:01.02||+115"||16|
|33||KACER , Michal||POL||5292||688||32||12||1256||20||2:08.66||1100||30||2248||29||11:28.75||+122"||15|
|34||MORDASOV , Oleksandr||UKR||5268||664||34||11||1192||34||2:14.29||1140||25||2272||22||11:22.11||+128"||14|
|35||QIN , Zheng||CHN||5184||736||28||14||1248||22||2:09.53||1140||23||2060||35||12:15.37||+149"||13|
|36||GIANCAMILLI , Federico||ITA||2252||808||20||17||1272||19||2:07.37||172||36||0||+882"||12|
Omar El Geziry (EGY) and Sam Weale (GBR) have both missed out on qualification for the Men’s Final here in Chengdu China. El Geziry started first in the Combined Event and was shooting well before he was hit with a 40 second time penalty for not putting his pistol down correctly. Sam Weale just had an off day and was well below par in all the disciplines.
World #2 Aleksander Lesun was in fine form easily qualifying and will be a threat on Sunday. Robert Kaza (HUN) and Sam Sacksen (USA) also looked in good form and will be looking for a high position on Sunday.
Yuuki Fujimori (JPN) has easily won the swimming event in Group B. Fujimori secured a time of 2:00.35, which was quick enough to beat swimming speedsters Ricardo Rego (POR), Nicolas Woodbridge (GBR) and Auro Franceschini (ITA). Double Olympic Champion Andrei Moiseev (RUS) was back in 9th place and still has work to do if he is to make his 2nd final of the year.
World #2 Aleksander Lesun (RUS) has once again won the fencing in Group A at World Cup #4. Lesun scored 18 victories, the same amount as Szymon Staskiewicz (POL). Omar Elgeziry (EGY) was 1 victory behind on 16. Youth A World Champion Jiahao (CHN) had a solid fence and is well placed with 13 victories.
2010 European Silver Medalist Sam Weale (GBR) had a terrible fence finishing down in 24 position with only 8 victories and will have some work to do if he is going to qualify in the top 13.
Check out all the shooting statistics from today's Women's qualification from World Cup #4. Notable performances were Annika Schlueu shot 15 from 15 in just over 40 seconds.
The men have alot to look up to after the women produced a Modern Pentathlon festival today at World Cup #4 in Chengdu, China.
World #12 Evdokia Gretchicnikova (RUS) who initially missed out on making the final in 19th position has had a slice of luck with a Chinese athlete withdrawing due to injury so she now gets to line up in Saturday’s final.
Anais Eudes (FRA) has returned to form to win group A here at World Cup #4. Eudes crossed the line together with German Annika Schleu who did not miss a shot to make her first final of the year.
World #12 Evokia Gretchicnikova (RUS) has had a nightmare day and has missed out on qualification to the Women’s final at World Cup #4. Gretchicnikova never really got going as her usually strong fence let her down as she finished back in 15th, a position which she could not make up in the combined event finishing back in 19th position 1 spot off a finals position.
All the other big names managed to qualify in relative comfort, as World Cup rookie Janine Kohlmann (GER) finished first ahead if Iryna Khokhlova (UKR). Event favourite Leila Gyenesei (HUN) had a tough time in the shooting as did Elodie Clouvel (FRA), however the both still qualified in style.
Full results: http://pentathlon.org/results/competition-results/results/pentathlon/736-uipm-world-cup-4/senior/women/semi-final-a
World Cup #4 has officially begun with a spectacular opening ceremony here at World Cup #4 in Chengdu. The athletes were paraded in front of an impressive local drumming performance.
UIPM President Dr h.c. Klaus Schormann welcomed all the athletes and their delegations to Chengdu and thanked the local organizing committees and sponsors for producing such a fantastic stadium which was unveiled yesterday as it’s official name Pierre de Coubertin Modern Pentathlon Centre. President Schormann has every faith that this event will be even better than the superb 50th World Championships last year.
Let the games begin!
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