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On 23 September 2012, at the Youth World Championships in Tata, Hungary, the winner of the gold medal, Mr Kirill Kasyanik from Belarus’ was found doped with the substance methylhexaneamine in the in-competition test.
Ieva Serapinaite (LTU) has held onto her lead she had going into the combined event to be crowned the Women’s Youth World Champion in Tata, Hungary.
Krill Kasyanik (BLR) has recovered from the marathon 6 hour fencing session yesterday to win the Youth World Championships title in Tata, Hungary.
Volha Silkina (BLR) has won a punishing 5 hours of fencing at the Youth World Championships Women’s Final.
Joseph Choong (GBR) has outlasted a fierce sprinting battle with Gauthier Romani (FRA) to win the swimming at the Youth World Championships in a time of 2:00.09.
This afternoon we saw the Women head to the pool first ahead of their fencing tomorrow morning.
After mammoth fencing session, which involved each boy fencing 78 others in a sweat sapping session Kirill Kasyanik (BLR) came out victorious.
All athletes and officials were invited to visit the Babolna National Stud farm which is located 20km from Tata, Hungary for the annual Youth World Championships Cultural Day.
Tomorrow the world’s best under 18 Pentathletes will start their quest for the Youth World Championships crown in Tata, Hungary.
As we have found out over the past 4 years since the inception of the combined event, if you don't shoot well, you will raely win.
The below shooting statistics shows the story of how the Russians were able to hold their nerve and shoot solidly to victory and how Great Britain shot nearly perfect which resulted them moving to 2nd.