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|2||TERESHUK. V / NAKONECHNYI. R||UKR||5696||872||4||34||1408||1||1:56.20||1020||13||2396||2||11:41.10||+10"||55|
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|16||KUROSU. N / ONO. T||JPN||4860||680||13||22||1300||11||2:05.24||1060||8||1820||16||14:05.90||+219"||32|
There was an expression of sheer delight as World #1 Aleksander Lesun crossed the finish line into the embrace of teammate Ekaterina Khuraskina at the end of the combined event as they celebrated winning the Mixed Relay at the UIPM World Cup #2 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Ekaterina Khuraskina and World #1 Aleksander Lesun were dominant in the fence to claim 1048 points and after placing ninth in the swim went into the riding event as the top team. The Russian duo looked assured from the very beginning and have worked tremendously well as a partnership in the Mixed Relay so far.
On the day of the Women’s Final, UIPM President Dr Klaus Schormann and Rio 2016™ President Carlos Nuzman sat down to enjoy some exceptional competition. They also took the opportunity to discuss next year’s edition of the World Cup Series in Rio and preparations for the Modern Pentathlon event at the next Olympic Games.
Hungary’s Adam Marosi confirmed he is the man in form this season with gold at the UIPM World Cup #2 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The 28-year-old, who came second at World Cup #1 in Palm Springs last month, was near flawless in the shooting as he came from sixth position to win the combined event in style at the Deodoro Zone course.
The Hungarian Robert Kasza was peerless in the fencing event, defeating 28 of his 35 opponents in spectacular style and amassing 1072 points in the process. The 26-year was unrelenting as he claimed victory after victory to power past the rest of the field. It was a master class by the European Championships silver medallist as he gave himself a 72 point lead over Russia’s Serguei Karyakin before the swim.
After excelling in the riding event, 21-year-old Margaux Isaksen claimed her first ever gold medal in a World Cup Series event. Edging ahead from third and holding off a spirited challenge from the rest of the field in the combined event, she crossed the finish line before any of her rivals in an impressive time of 12:48:70.
A tough course and hot conditions did not stop either the USA’s Margaux Isaksen or Brazil’s Priscilla Oliveira from having perfect scores in the riding event. The stunning course at the Deodoro Zone provided a real challenge for the riders in the penultimate event of the day.
As the women prepare for the riding event, it is delicately poised with three disciplines still to go. Earlier today, Belarusian 29-year-old Tatsiana Yelizarova claimed 1000 points by winning 25 of her bouts in the fence before France’s Elodie Clouvel recorded a time of 2:09:09 to take first place in the pool.
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