UIPM World Cup Final 2011
|1||KASZA , Robert||HUN||5696||976||2||24||1328||7||2:02.78||1120||27||2272||10||11:22.71||80|
|2||LESUN , Aleksander||RUS||5644||904||5||21||1272||16||2:07.59||1200||4||2268||11||11:23.98||+13"||75|
|3||WOODBRIDGE , Nicholas||GBR||5632||832||13||18||1380||3||1:58.52||1180||5||2240||17||11:30.53||+16"||70|
|4||JUNG , Jinhwa||KOR||5580||904||5||21||1348||4||2:01.27||1180||8||2148||28||11:53.60||+29"||66|
|5||TYMOSHCHENKO , Pavlo||UKR||5560||832||13||18||1272||17||2:07.63||1140||19||2316||6||11:11.75||+34"||63|
|6||MAROSI , Adam||HUN||5552||832||13||18||1332||6||2:02.58||1120||23||2268||12||11:23.69||+36"||60|
|7||BENEDETTI , Nicola||ITA||5540||880||7||20||1168||35||2:16.09||1140||17||2352||3||11:02.08||+39"||58|
|8||DEMETER , Bence||HUN||5536||880||7||20||1304||8||2:04.91||1120||28||2232||21||11:32.66||+40"||56|
|9||COOKE , James||GBR||5536||712||27||13||1428||1||1:54.60||1136||21||2260||15||11:25.68||+40"||54|
|10||KARYAKIN , Serguei||RUS||5524||832||13||18||1300||10||2:05.26||1080||30||2312||7||11:12.93||+43"||52|
|11||NOBIS , Alexander||GER||5520||880||7||20||1224||28||2:11.49||1160||9||2256||16||11:26.48||+44"||50|
|12||KIRPULYANSKYY , Dmytro||UKR||5516||928||4||22||1264||20||2:08.08||1120||29||2204||22||11:39.75||+45"||48|
|13||DE LUCA , Riccardo||ITA||5504||760||21||15||1228||27||2:11.14||1140||16||2376||2||10:56.52||+48"||46|
|14||KINDERIS , Justinas||LTU||5500||808||19||17||1268||19||2:07.83||1140||20||2284||8||11:19.16||+49"||44|
|15||CAO , Zhongrong||CHN||5492||760||21||15||1344||5||2:01.42||1120||24||2268||13||11:23.73||+51"||42|
|16||BERROU , Jean maxence||FRA||5488||712||27||13||1296||11||2:05.41||1160||14||2320||5||11:10.78||+52"||40|
|17||SVOBODA , David||CZE||5472||832||13||18||1292||13||2:05.82||1160||10||2188||25||11:43.15||+56"||39|
|18||SACKSEN , Sam||USA||5468||760||21||15||1268||18||2:07.80||1200||2||2240||18||11:30.39||+57"||38|
|19||HAYANOUSKI , Mikalai||BLR||5468||856||10||19||1288||14||2:06.29||1060||32||2264||14||11:24.78||+57"||37|
|20||MAJEWSKI , Bartosz||POL||5464||760||21||15||1204||34||2:13.05||1080||31||2420||1||10:45.08||+58"||36|
|21||BORRMANN , Delf||GER||5464||856||10||19||1144||36||2:18.05||1140||18||2324||4||11:09.97||+58"||35|
|22||FROLOV , Ilia||RUS||5436||976||2||24||1272||15||2:07.55||1120||25||2068||31||12:13.69||+65"||34|
|23||PETRONI , Pierpaolo||ITA||5408||712||27||13||1300||9||2:05.15||1160||12||2236||20||11:31.99||+72"||33|
|24||LEE , Choon-huan||KOR||5400||832||13||18||1212||31||2:12.39||1160||13||2196||24||11:41.92||+74"||32|
|25||NAM , Dong-hun||KOR||5392||760||21||15||1260||21||2:08.37||1132||22||2240||19||11:30.29||+76"||31|
|26||POLIVKA , Ondrej||CZE||5380||688||34||12||1252||24||2:09.32||1160||11||2280||9||11:20.66||+79"||30|
|27||HORBACZ , Marcin||POL||5360||712||27||13||1292||12||2:05.74||1200||1||2156||27||11:51.90||+84"||29|
|28||DANIEL , Thomas||AUT||5316||712||27||13||1224||29||2:11.63||1200||3||2180||26||11:45.98||+95"||28|
|29||KIRPULYANSKYY , Pavlo||UKR||5304||1048||1||27||1240||26||2:10.27||812||34||2204||23||11:39.19||+98"||27|
|30||MICHALIK , Michal||CZE||5264||856||10||19||1244||25||2:09.73||1120||26||2044||32||12:19.41||+108"||26|
|31||GEBHARDT , Steffen||GER||5184||688||34||12||1208||32||2:12.74||1180||6||2108||29||12:03.82||+128"||25|
|32||PINCHUK , Raman||BLR||5148||688||34||12||1220||30||2:11.83||1140||15||2100||30||12:05.16||+137"||24|
|33||HOLYST , Maurin||FRA||4752||712||27||13||1204||33||2:13.02||888||33||1948||33||12:43.53||+236"||23|
|34||GOLIS , Remigiusz||POL||4716||808||19||17||1384||2||1:58.29||576||35||1948||34||12:43.16||+245"||22|
|35||PATTE , Christopher||FRA||4248||712||27||13||1252||23||2:09.14||336||36||1948||35||12:43.41||+362"||21|
|36||KRUNGOLCAS , Edvinas||LTU||3196||760||21||15||1256||22||2:08.76||1180||7||0||36||15:12.80||+625"||20|
After a fantastic day of Men’s Modern Pentathlon today the Women will have a lot to look up too. They will all want to replicate Robert Kasza’s impressive performance in gaining Olympic Qualification.There is a strong home contingent vying for the medals in the women’s event, with British athletes Mhairi SPENCE (number two in the World Cup rankings), Freyja PRENTICE (three) and Heather FELL (five) all enjoying a good season so far. Great Britain has had a woman on the podium at every World Cup event this year, with SPENCE finishing second at World Cup#1 in Palm Springs, USA, in February and third at World Cup #3 in Budapest, Hungary, in May. For FELL, the Olympic silver medallist in Beijing in 2008, there is the chance to have another go at overhauling the 2008 Olympic champion Lana SCHONEBORN (GER). The bronze medallist from Beijing, Ukraine’s Victoria TERESHUK, is also in contention. Following the withdrawal through injury of triple world champion and event favourite Amelie CAZE (FRA), number one ranked SCHONEBORN goes into the weekend in a strong position, hoping to qualify for the Olympics in order to defend her title. Schoneborn is also the current World Cup Final Champion and desperatly wants to keep that title. Schoneborn is sure to be pushed strongly by the British trio along with Russia’s Donata RIMSAITE, winner of the World Cup #2 in Sassari, Italy. Victoria TERESHUK will also like her chances after winning last month’s Kremlin Cup. Other potential challengers include 22-year-old Aya MEDANY (EGY), winner of the UIPM World Cup #3 in Budapest, Hungary, in May of this year, and 21-year-old Ekaterina KHURASKINA (RUS), who picked up the gold medal in May’s World Cup #4 in Chengdu, China. KHURASKINA, a former Junior European Champion, comes into the World Cup Final in fine form, having also finished as runner-up at the inaugural Kremlin Cup in her home country in June and winning her 1st World Cup gold medal at World Cup #4.
The women’s 2011 UIPM World Cup Final, begins with fencing at Crystal Palace NSC at 07:55 on Sunday (10 July). It is followed by swimming, also at Crystal Palace, from 11:25.
The athletes will then switch to Greenwich Park for the riding, commencing at 13:50, before culminating with the combined run/shoot from 17:10.
You can watch all the action live on Pentathlon.org. Check out the schedule here http://pentathlon.org/competitions/world-cup-series/world-cup-final-london/item/953-world-cup-final-live-webcast-schedule.
It took him three years, but Hungary’s Robert KASZA recaptured his World Cup Final crown in thrilling style at Greenwich Park on Saturday (9 July).
LONDON, 9 JULY - Comments from gold medal winner Robert KASZA (HUN), silver medal winner Aleksander LESUN (RUS) and bronze medal winner Nick WOODBRIDGE (GBR) at the UIPM World Cup Final at Greenwich Park on Saturday (9 July).
Jinhwa Jung (KOR) has had a near perfect ride to jump to the front of the leaders board ahead of the Combined Event. Leader before the ride Pavlo Kirpulyanskyy had a nightmare of the ride only scoring 812 points which drops him down to 26th position. Robert Kasza (HUN) will start 2nd ahead of local favourite Nick Woodbridge who will be hoping to beat the best ever performance by a Brit which is 7th place.
The 2 favourites at the start of the day David Svoboda (CZE) and Adam Marosi (HUN) are back in 8th and 9th respectively and are still in a chance of that direct Olympic qualification.
View all the results here: http://pentathlon.org/results/competition-results/results/pentathlon/738-uipm-world-cup-final
Jamie Cooke (GBR) has smashed his own long course swimming World Record at the 2011 World Cup Final. Cooke shaved a remarkable 1.11 seconds off his previous best which now leaves him undoubtedly the greatest Pentathlon swimmer of all time.
Cooke, after the historic swim "I read Michael Phelps book, which really inspired me. I've been training at altitude and if you can hold your breath for eight minutes it's going to be easy coming down to sea level to do that, so I think that's where I've got a couple of seconds. I felt really good in the water today as soon as I dived in."
Fencing superstar Pavlo Kirpulyanskyy (UKR) has won the fencing event for the 2nd consecutive time, where it matters the most at today’s World Cup Final with 27 victories and 8 defeats. He was followed by 2008 World Champion Ilia Frolov (RUS) who has had a disappointing 2011, but looks to have re found his midas touch here in London. Robert Kasza (HUN) was 3 victories behind the leader in equal 2nd with World #4 Aleksander Lesun (RUS).
The tension is building as the 2011 World Cup Final is about to begin. The men are up first today in perfect conditions in London. The athletes are just finishing their warm up at Crystal Palace where the 2009 World Championships were held. Follow all the live results at http://pentathlon.org/results/competition-results/results/pentathlon/738-uipm-world-cup-final/1/men/final.
China’s Jianli Guo has pulled out of tomorrow’s Men’s World Cup Final event in London due to visa issues. He has been replaced by the next athlete on the World Cup Standings Michal Michalik (CZE). Action starts at 9am local time (+1 GMT) time on Saturday 9 July.
The world’s 72 leading Modern Pentathletes have arrived in London for the 2011 World Cup Final being held in London, Great Britain.
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