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|10||MCCANN , Melanie||CAN||4000||892||7||14||1108||13||2:21.26||2000||12||12:30.84||+28"|
|11||SPAS , Anastasiya||UKR||3996||928||4||15||1136||6||2:18.85||1932||17||12:47.58||+29"|
|12||ZHANG , Ye||CHN||3984||856||10||13||888||25||2:39.56||2240||1||11:30.94||+32"|
|13||VAKALIS , Donna||CAN||3952||712||21||9||1128||9||2:19.63||2112||4||12:02.95||+40"||10|
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|15||DIANOVA , Natalie||CZE||3864||748||18||10||1128||8||2:19.60||1988||14||12:33.20||+62"||4|
|16||GYENESEI , Leila||HUN||3840||784||15||11||1224||2||2:11.55||1832||21||13:12.46||+68"||1|
|17||STETTINIUS , Suzanne||USA||3772||748||18||10||1076||17||2:23.92||1948||16||12:43.60||+85"||1|
|18||SCHLEU , Annika||GER||3724||604||24||6||1124||10||2:19.86||1996||13||12:31.17||+97"||1|
|19||DASCI , Nehir Gunce||TUR||3700||784||15||11||1132||7||2:19.16||1784||22||13:24.11||+103"||1|
|20||ARCEO , Mariana||MEX||3676||640||22||7||1120||11||2:20.22||1916||18||12:51.72||+109"||1|
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|23||KUROSU , Narumi||JPN||3644||784||15||11||1104||14||2:21.56||1756||23||13:31.31||+117"||1|
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Turn your computer into a TV and watch the 2 x 1 hour Modern Pentathlon Magazine TV show from the the first World Cup of the 2012 Olympic year in Charlotte, USA.
If everyone thought that Anastaysia Prokopenko’s (BLR) world record of 30.4 for 15 shots was quick , you will be astounded at the time Aleksander Lesun (RUS) did in the men’s final. The World #1 competed his shooting discipline in 28.7 seconds on his way to winning the bronze medal at World Cup #1.
The Russian did not miss a shot and did his 3 series in 9.7, 9.4 and 9.7 to be the 3rd person at this World Cup to break a world record.
Check out the full shooting stats below.
Ilia Frolov (RUS) has shot his way to the gold medal today at the Modern Pentathlon World Cup #1 in Charlotte, USA.
Nick Woodbridge (GBR) has had a fantastic ride only dropping 20 points to jump to the top of the leaders board ahead of the combined event.
Jamie Cooke (GBR) has failed to break his world record in the swim, however he still managed to finish first. The Brit looked set to break his mark he set on Friday, until he hit a wall in the last 50 meters after the the 3 hours of fencing caught up with him. Cooke swam 1:54.90 which was 2 seconds ahead of his team mate Nick Woodbridge with Olympic swimming record holder Amro El Geziry (EGY) finishing 3rd.
Winner of the fencing Mihail Prokopenko (BLR) finished back in 31st, however he still managed to keep the lead, however Woodbridge is now even on points with him.
Jianli Guo (CHN) and Ilia Frolov (RUS) both have solid swims to be 3rd and 4th respectively.
Check out the full results here: http://www.pentathlon.org/results/competition-results/results/pentathlon/926-uipm-world-cup-1/senior/men/final.
Mihail Prokopenko (BLR) has continued his fencing form from the qualification rounds to win the fencing in the Men’s final. The husband of bronze medallist from yesterday Anastaysia Prokopenko (BLR) scored 26 victories with Pavlo Kirpulyanskyy (UKR) 2 victories behind and 2008 World Champion Ilia Frolov (RUS) a further victory back.
Last year’s World #1 champion Pavlo Tymoschenko (UKR) is in a good position to defend his title sitting in 4tn position, 4 victories off the pace.
World #1 Aleksander Lesun (RUS) finished in an unfamiliar position for him, in 9th position, however he fared better than World #2 Adam Marosi (HUN) who is back in 16th.
Watch all the action from the Men's World Cup #1 Final LIVE now from Charlotte, USA.
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Check out the full live webcast schedule here.
Enjoy the show!
On her way to the bronze medal today Anastaysia Prokopenko (BLR) broke 2 world records.
With Schoneborn winning the first gold of the season, 36 men will want to repeat her feat tomorrow at World Cup #1 in Charlotte, USA.
Lena Schoneborn (GER) has produced a near perfect day to clinch the first gold of the year at World Cup #1 in Charlotte, USA.
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