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Former World #1 Laura Asadauskaite (LTU) has showed all her experience to score 1180 in the ride and will start 1st in the combined event.
Turn your computer into a TV and watch the 2 x 1 hour Modern Pentathlon Magazine TV show from the biggest Modern Pentathlon event of the year, the World Championships in Rome, Italy.
Russia's modern pentathletes will travel to London 2012 as favorites after the country’s Dream Team picked up five medals at the World Championships in Italy, including gold in the men's individual event.
The capital of Italy, Rome, was the stage of the 52nd World Championships, a special one in the centennial of the sport.
Mhairi Spence is drunk with elation, giddily staggering through admiring embraces, letting out cries of disbelief.
Aleksander Lesun (RUS) has broken his silver streak to clinch World Championship gold today in Rome, Italy.
Andrei Moiseev (RUS) has used his wealth of experience to have a clear ride to move to the top of the leaders board ahead of the combined event.
Jamie Cooke (GBR) has been pushed all the way in the swim by Amro El Geziry (EGY), but still just won the swim in a time of 1:56.39.
Double Olympic champion and current World Champion Andrei Moiseev (RUS) has continued his form from Moscow last year to top the fencing in the Men’s World Championships final.
The men were on hand to watch Mhairi Spence’s (GBR) dreams come a reality as she stormed to the World Championships title in Rome, Italy.
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