7-13 May High Level Judges Seminar
|1||DIACHKOV , Roman||RUS||4520||1032||3||19||1400||1||1:56.67||2088||23||12:58.27|
|2||KINDERIS , Justinas||LTU||4520||1064||2||20||1344||8||2:01.54||2112||21||12:52.76|
|3||PRADES , Valentin||FRA||4520||936||6||16||1312||17||2:04.24||2272||11||12:12.99|
|4||HONG , Jin-woo||KOR||4516||1032||3||19||1348||5||2:01.27||2136||20||12:46.23||+1"|
|5||MAJEWSKI , Bartosz||POL||4516||712||21||9||1292||19||2:05.82||2512||1||11:12.47||+1"|
|6||PATTE , Christopher||FRA||4516||808||14||12||1316||15||2:03.95||2392||3||11:42.70||+1"|
|7||KIRPULYANSKYY , Dmytro||UKR||4516||1096||1||21||1344||7||2:01.40||2076||25||13:01.95||+1"|
|8||DE LUCA , Riccardo||ITA||4512||808||14||12||1292||18||2:05.68||2412||2||11:37.26||+2"|
|9||JUNG , Hwonho||KOR||4512||872||12||14||1320||13||2:03.56||2320||7||12:00.77||+2"|
|10||ZHURAULIOU , Stanislau||BLR||4508||840||13||13||1340||9||2:01.87||2328||5||11:58.99||+3"|
|11||HAMAD , Eslam||EGY||4496||904||8||15||1328||10||2:02.78||2264||12||12:14.55||+6"|
|12||PETRONI , Pierpaolo||ITA||4472||808||14||12||1352||4||2:00.90||2312||8||12:02.82||+12"||10|
|13||DOROZSMAI , Viktor||HUN||4464||1032||3||19||1280||22||2:06.78||2152||17||12:42.75||+14"||9|
|14||DIMITROV , Blagoy||BUL||4404||904||8||15||1324||11||2:03.00||2176||15||12:36.92||+29"||7|
|15||VASILIONAK , Aliaksandr||BLR||4376||904||8||15||1264||25||2:08.27||2208||13||12:28.31||+36"||4|
|16||NAKONECHNYI , Ruslan||UKR||4360||712||21||9||1348||6||2:01.28||2300||9||12:05.16||+40"||1|
|17||KUZNETSOV , Maxim||RUS||4356||680||23||8||1316||14||2:03.83||2360||4||11:50.73||+41"||1|
|18||EID AHMED , Mohamed||EGY||4312||808||14||12||1312||16||2:04.03||2192||14||12:32.10||+52"||1|
|19||STASKIEWICZ , Szymon||POL||4288||936||6||16||1248||26||2:09.59||2104||22||12:54.45||+58"||1|
|20||MALITS , Istvan||HUN||4248||648||25||7||1280||23||2:06.88||2320||6||12:00.60||+68"||1|
|21||MAKAROVAS , Tomas||LTU||4244||904||8||15||1268||24||2:07.78||2072||26||13:02.00||+69"||1|
|22||BIRO , Szabolcs||HUN||4240||680||23||8||1288||20||2:06.00||2272||10||12:12.09||+70"||1|
|23||SHIMANO , Hikaru||JPN||4148||616||26||6||1388||2||1:57.74||2144||19||12:44.75||+93"||1|
|24||SOLDATOV , Andrey||KAZ||4140||744||19||10||1320||12||2:03.41||2076||24||13:01.63||+95"||1|
|25||YAMAMOTO , Koji||JPN||4128||584||27||5||1376||3||1:58.87||2168||16||12:38.54||+98"||1|
|26||LUKACS , Levente||HUN||4092||744||19||10||1280||21||2:06.72||2068||27||13:03.07||+107"||1|
|27||KRASTANOV , Dimitar||BUL||2952||808||14||12||0||0:00.||2144||18||12:44.10||+392"||1|
Hungarian pair Leila Gyenesei and Adam Marosi collected their second World Cup Series Mixed Relay gold this season with victory on home soil in Budapest today. The dynamic duo were the outstanding performers, placing second in the fence, third in the pool and fourth in the ride before a controlled display in the combined set them on their way to the title in front of the local fans.
Hungarian duo Leila Gyenesei and Adam Marosi are now in pole position to deliver a gold that has so far eluded the host national in Budapest as they begin the combied ahead of the pack. The pair, who won the inaugural Mixed Relay at World Cup #1 in Palm Springs, USA, has proved formidable this season.
In the first event of the Mixed Relay at World Cup #4 in Budapest, the experienced Latvian pair Elena Rublevska and Deniss Cerkovskis claimed 1084 points from 25 bouts won in the fence. They were head and shoulders above the rest with second place going to Hungarian duo Leila Gyenesei and Adam Marosi recording 20 victories with the epée.
After placing the fastest time in the pool in the second event of the Men’s Final at World Cup #4 in Budapest, Hungary, Great Britain’s Jamie Cooke recorded a perfect ride to find himself in fourth position overall with just the combined to go. It simply was his day as some sublime shooting, which included a world record, put him on his way to his maiden victory in a World Cup Series event.
Punching the air in delight as he recorded a perfect ride around the course, the Hungarian Olympic bronze medallist Adam Marosi, lapped up the applause of the crowd with the knowledge that he was now in the best possible position for a shot at gold with just the combined to go.
An extremely strong Men’s Final made for unpredictable results as the Czech Republic’s Michal Sedlecky came out on top in the fence and South Korea’s Jinhwa Jung finds first in the provisional leaderboard after World record holder James Cooke from Great Britain edged out his rivals in the pool.
The Women’s Final at World Cup #4 lived up to its billing with a tightly contested combined event capping off a quality day of competition in Budapest, Hungary. Ganna Buriak confirmed Ukraine’s dominance this season with her second triumph in a row, adding to her compatriot Victoria Tereshuk’s gold in Palm Springs, USA, in the first World Cup Series event of the year.
A decisive ride by Great Britain’s Mhairi Spence put her in pole position with just the combined event to go in the Women’s Final at World Cup #4 in Budapest, Hungary. Spence’s 1200 points with her horse will now be a major confidence boost to her aspirations of reaching the podium.
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