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The most successful nation in the history of Modern Pentathlon at the Olympic Games finally had something to cheer about at these World Championships as Bence Demeter, Robert Kasza and Adam Marosi joined forces to win the Men’s 3-Team Member Relay in Taiwan.
A perfect ride by the Ukraine women ensured they began the combined event at the World Championships in pole and some great shooting by Ganna Buriak, the first to start the 3-Team Relay, put them on their way to gold at the Fengshan Stadium. Viktoria Tereshuk and Iryna Khokhlova joined Buriak and put in some great performances, coming third in the fence with the second fastest time in the pool.
It was jubilation for France today at the World Championships in Taiwan as Elodie Clouvel and Valentin Belaud teamed up to win the Mixed Relay gold. A riveting day of competition had seen the pair first score 904 points in the fence before a 1:56.99 time in the pool saw them move up to third overall. Their perfect score in the ride ensured they had the perfect platform for a tilt at glory.
Veterans Elena Rublevska and Deniss Cerkovskis of Latvia showed again what a great combination they make after the pair's 30 victories on the pistes and placed 17th in the pool to move up into first place with the Ride and Combined to go at the World Championships Mixed Relay.
It was a day to remember for the Baltic nation of Lithuania as Justinas Kinderis took the Men’s World Championships gold after a confident combined event. The World No.4 had earlier scored a perfect ride after having placed third in the fence and 16th in the pool.
After a score of in the penultimate event of the day on the horse, Russian defending champion Aleksander Lesun move top of the leaderboard with just the run/shoot to go in the Men’s World Championships Final.
After a season in which she has failed to reproduce the form that saw her take the Olympic gold last year, Laura Asadauskaite delivered when she needed it to most, coming all the way up from 19th on the combined starting grid to become World Champion with some sensational shooting and impressively fast running in the final event of the day.
It came as no surprise to see Russia’s Aleksander Lesun claim the best result in the Men’s World Championships Final fence this morning with the reigning champion taking 976 points from 24 victories on the pistes.
France’s Elodie Clouvel with start this afternoon’s Women’s World Championships Final combined event with an 8 second head start after the 24-year-old made only mistake around the Riding course in the penultimate event of the day to go top of the leaderboard.
With heavy downpours waterlogging the Riding course and making it impossible for the horses to come out for the penultimate event of the Women’s World Championships Final, the competition has now been suspended until tomorrow. Great Britain’s Olympic silver medallist Samantha Murray is top after two events.
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