|1||MORDASOV , Oleksandr||UKR||4620||1056||2||24||1236||25||2:10.54||2328||18||11:08.97|
|2||DE LUCA , Riccardo||ITA||4620||1028||3||23||1252||19||2:09.04||2340||13||11:05.56|
|3||WOODBRIDGE , Nicholas||GBR||4620||888||9||18||1400||2||1:56.82||2332||16||11:07.03|
|4||COOKE , James||GBR||4620||804||19||15||1432||1||1:54.25||2384||10||10:54.18|
|5||KIRPULYANSKYY , Pavlo||UKR||4612||1112||1||26||1236||24||2:10.47||2264||23||11:24.27||+2"|
|6||PRADES , Valentin||FRA||4612||1000||5||22||1276||13||2:07.21||2336||14||11:06.40||+2"|
|7||SOLDATOV , Andrey||KAZ||4612||944||6||20||1252||21||2:09.26||2416||9||10:46.16||+2"|
|8||JUNG , Jinhwa||KOR||4612||804||19||15||1356||3||2:00.34||2452||6||10:37.52||+2"|
|9||BERROU , Jean maxence||FRA||4612||776||23||14||1312||8||2:04.09||2524||2||10:19.54||+2"|
|10||HONG , Jin-woo||KOR||4612||748||25||13||1332||4||2:02.61||2532||1||10:17.57||+2"|
|11||STASKIEWICZ , Szymon||POL||4604||1028||3||23||1244||23||2:09.81||2332||17||11:07.86||+4"|
|12||GIANCAMILLI , Federico||ITA||4604||888||9||18||1272||14||2:07.37||2444||7||10:39.13||+4"|
|13||POLIVKA , Ondrej||CZE||4548||804||19||15||1308||9||2:04.53||2436||8||10:41.36||+18"||11|
|14||HILGEHOLT , Kelvin||NED||4536||944||6||20||1248||22||2:09.42||2344||12||11:04.86||+21"||8|
|15||BORRMANN , Delf||GER||4520||860||12||17||1144||29||2:18.09||2516||3||10:21.46||+25"||5|
|16||DEMETER , Bence||HUN||4512||748||25||13||1300||11||2:05.06||2464||5||10:34.34||+27"||1|
|17||SCHRIMSHER , Nathan||USA||4500||860||12||17||1316||6||2:03.69||2324||19||11:09.84||+30"||1|
|18||WANG , Guan||CHN||4480||944||6||20||1216||27||2:12.18||2320||21||11:10.38||+35"||1|
|19||MOISEEV , Andrei||RUS||4416||832||16||16||1316||7||2:03.70||2268||22||11:23.18||+51"||1|
|20||ILYASHENKO , Pavel||KAZ||4416||776||23||14||1268||16||2:07.90||2372||11||10:57.40||+51"||1|
|21||KOLLNER , Stefan||GER||4416||720||27||12||1228||26||2:11.26||2468||4||10:33.38||+51"||1|
|22||LIU , Jiawei||CHN||4376||804||19||15||1320||5||2:03.44||2252||24||11:27.37||+61"||1|
|23||NOFAL , Mustafa||EGY||4280||888||9||18||1260||18||2:08.51||2132||27||11:57.46||+85"||1|
|24||PEGADO , Afonso||POR||4244||832||16||16||1076||31||2:23.66||2336||15||11:06.74||+94"||1|
|25||ORTEGA , Jhonnatan||MEX||4244||664||29||10||1260||17||2:08.38||2320||20||11:10.33||+94"||1|
|26||FLOROS , Vasilios||GRE||4180||860||12||17||1272||15||2:07.53||2048||28||12:18.42||+110"||1|
|27||KRUNGOLCAS , Edvinas||LTU||4160||832||16||16||1280||12||2:06.97||2048||29||12:18.96||+115"||1|
|28||SCHRIMSHER , Lucas||USA||4108||636||30||9||1304||10||2:04.83||2168||26||11:48.11||+128"||1|
|29||PIETRUCZUK , Christopher||CAN||3972||692||28||11||1252||20||2:09.12||2028||30||12:23.50||+162"||1|
|30||WYBLE , Matthew||USA||3832||636||30||9||976||32||2:32.25||2220||25||11:35.42||+197"||1|
|31||FERNON , Edward||AUS||3628||860||12||17||1204||28||2:13.20||1564||32||14:19.51||+248"||1|
|32||MORRIS , Mackenzie||USA||3248||636||30||9||1140||30||2:18.41||1472||33||14:42.67||+343"||1|
|33||JIMENEZ RUIZ , Luis Alberto||VEN||3212||552||33||6||872||33||2:40.81||1788||31||13:23.50||+352"||1|
Leila Gyenesei (HUN) has missed out on qualification into Saturday’s final.
Freyja Prentice (GBR) is the major causality of group A. Prentice tried in vain to recover from starting in 19th, place, but only managed to get up to 13th to miss out by one position of qualifying for Saturday’s final.
The rest of the big guns like Lena Schoneborn (GER) Qian Chen (CHN) and Adrienn Toth (HUN) eased through the combined to make it through to Saturday’s final.
The story of this group was Micky Kelly (USA) who just gave birth to her first born 4 months ago. Despite this, Kelly finished 3rd to reach an unlikely final.
Winner of the swimming Elodie Clouvel (FRA) has backed up her scorching swimming time with a 3rd place in the fencing to make sure she starts 1st in the combined event.
Pentathletes Nick Woodbridge (GBR), Jamie Cooke (GBR) and Sam Sacksen (USA) all had an early wakeup call today as they were invited on the Fox’s Early Risers Morning Show to talk about World Cup #1. Presenter ‘Wilson’ grilled them on all aspects that is Modern Pentathlon.
Check out the footage below.
Samantha Murray (GBR) has produced an amazing swim to jump to 2nd in group A after 2 events.
Mina Jeong (KOR) has set the pool alight in Charlotte by winning swimming in qualification C in a time of 2:12.02. She easily beat the 2 Brits of Mhairi Spence and Heather Fell who were a further 3 seconds back.
CISM World Champion Iryna Khokhlova (UKR) and Yane Marques (BRA) were back in 5th and 5th respectively.
Full results can be found here: http://www.pentathlon.org/results/competition-results/results/pentathlon/926-uipm-world-cup-1/senior/women/qualificiation_c.
Sabrina Crognale (ITA) has started the year in fantastic form by winning the fencing in group A.
Swimming specialist Elodie Clouvel (FRA) started as she finished off last year, by winning the swimming discipline in group B. Clouvel posted a time of 2:09.32 which was 2 seconds quicker than Leila Gyenesei (HUN) and a massive 4 seconds of the Australian Chloe Esposito in 3rd. Victoria Tereshuk (UKR) was well behind her scorching times at last year’s world Championships finishing 8 seconds off the pace.
Full results can be found here: http://www.pentathlon.org/results/competition-results/results/pentathlon/926-uipm-world-cup-1/senior/women/qualificiation_b.
World Championships silver medallist Sarolta Kovacs (HUN) has withdrawn from World Cup #1 after suffering a leg injury in the warm up. More to come shortly.
The 2012 World Cup #1 has been officially opened tonight in style at the Nascar Hall of Fame. UIPM Vice President John Helmick stated “I would like to thank US Pentathlon and the Charlotte LOC for all their hard work putting this event together. UIPM is confident that this event will be a big success.”
After the athletes were presented to the eager Charlotte public, they were treated to testing driving simulators and seeing countless Nascar memorabilia.
This was a fantastic start which promises to be an unforgettable event.
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