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|2||KASZA , Robert||HUN||5788||920||3||28||1368||2||1:59.44||1180||11||2320||6||11:10.99||+4"|
|3||DEMETER , Bence||HUN||5784||880||5||26||1332||6||2:02.50||1180||12||2392||2||10:52.63||+5"|
|4||FROLOV , Ilia||RUS||5768||880||5||26||1332||7||2:02.53||1200||8||2356||3||11:01.32||+9"|
|5||ZHURAULIOU , Stanislau||BLR||5712||920||3||28||1284||16||2:06.50||1200||7||2308||7||11:13.86||+23"|
|6||MOISEEV , Andrei||RUS||5644||1080||1||36||1312||13||2:04.18||1160||18||2092||21||12:07.54||+40"|
|7||CERKOVSKIS , Deniss||LAT||5620||880||5||26||1276||17||2:07.28||1140||22||2324||4||11:09.72||+46"|
|8||SVOBODA , David||CZE||5604||840||12||24||1328||8||2:02.87||1180||9||2256||12||11:26.72||+50"|
|9||HEFNY , Yasser||EGY||5600||880||5||26||1284||15||2:06.39||1160||19||2276||10||11:21.78||+51"|
|10||PATTE , Christopher||FRA||5596||760||16||20||1316||12||2:03.82||1100||24||2420||1||10:45.38||+52"|
|11||KUKARIN , Alexander||RUS||5588||840||12||24||1328||9||2:02.97||1160||15||2260||11||11:25.75||+54"|
|12||GEBHARDT , Steffen||GER||5564||800||14||22||1244||22||2:09.66||1200||5||2320||5||11:10.11||+60"|
|13||KARYAKIN , Serguei||RUS||5532||760||16||20||1340||4||2:01.82||1200||2||2232||15||11:32.28||+68"|
|14||DIMITROV , Blagoy||BUL||5516||880||5||26||1336||5||2:02.22||1160||17||2140||18||11:55.83||+72"|
|15||POLIVKA , Ondrej||CZE||5436||680||20||16||1320||10||2:03.37||1200||1||2236||14||11:31.21||+92"|
|16||SHUGAROV , Ilya||RUS||5412||880||5||26||1264||19||2:08.28||1160||16||2108||20||12:03.75||+98"|
|17||KOLLNER , Stefan||GER||5388||720||18||18||1248||20||2:09.56||1140||23||2280||9||11:20.72||+104"|
|18||RODRIGUEZ , Christobal||ESP||5380||720||18||18||1320||11||2:03.56||1200||3||2140||17||11:55.08||+106"|
|19||KIRPULYANSKYY , Dmytro||UKR||5372||800||14||22||1304||14||2:04.82||1160||20||2108||19||12:03.26||+108"|
|20||KIRPULYANSKYY , Pavlo||UKR||5356||880||5||26||1272||18||2:07.59||1140||21||2064||22||12:14.05||+112"|
|21||BUSTOS , Esteban||CHI||5348||600||23||12||1248||21||2:09.63||1200||6||2300||8||11:15.92||+114"|
|22||REGO , Ricardo||POR||5248||640||21||14||1388||1||1:57.68||1200||4||2020||23||12:25.54||+139"|
|23||TYMOSHCHENKO , Pavlo||UKR||5228||600||23||12||1236||23||2:10.41||1180||13||2212||16||11:37.72||+144"|
|24||DANIEL , Thomas||AUT||5044||640||21||14||1236||24||2:10.59||1160||14||2008||24||12:28.45||+190"|
Lesun wins Gold in front of a home crowd as he continues his great form heading into the Olympics. Aleksander Lesun (RUS) is proving to be a real handful in Modern Pentathlon and after a solid performance in every event today it's no wonder why he's World Number 1.
As we head into the combined Aleksander Lesun (RUS) will have only a 2 second advantage over Andrei Moiseev (RUS) with Robert Kasza (HUN) 23 seconds behind, all had similar rides dropping only 20 points with Moiseev dropping 40. Frolov (RUS), Zhurauliou (BLR), Karyakin (RUS), Gebhardt (GER), Rodriguez (ESP), Rego (POR), Polivka (CZE), Bustos (CHI) all completed clean run's (1200 points).
Lesun (RUS) will be confident of overcoming close competition of team mate Moiseev (RUS) who completed after similar competition at the World Championships in Rome.
Moiseev: "At the beginning i felt like I have the horse under control.The first 6 jumps were quite good.The horse was very active, and i either relaxed or stressed out but made 2 mistakes, which caused me a better place for combined event"
Lesun: " I knew the horse,I already performed once in the past. In my opinion it was very good riding. I had to calm down the horse and in the result she became very slow. Only one mistake. Because this is one day competition each mistake is important. "
Demeter: " After riding I was happy, i had only mistake.Other athletes performed well as well, so i'll have to do better in combined event"
Kasza: "I got very horse. Yesterday girls experienced problems with the horse, but i saw today Karyakin on the clear riding course and it helped.I made one mistake - it is usual."
Ricardo Rego (POR) wins the Swimming with a time of 1:57.68, with Robert Kasza (HUN) coming in behind with the only other sub 2 minute swim (1:59.44).
Andrei Moiseev (RUS) and Aleksander Lesun (RUS) shows the home crowd and the other 22 athletes what it will take to beat them today as they start in great fashion in the fence.
Lena Schoneborn (GER) takes the win in Moscow. Schoneborn took the lead from the very start after the fencing and remained in charge throughout.
Former World #1 Lena Schoneborn (GER) has had a perfect ride and will now start first in the combined event at the Kremlin Cup.
Onto the 2nd day of the 2nd Kremlin Cup we see 24 Male Athlete’s battle it out for the other half of the $100,000 prize money.
Leila Gyenesei (HUN) takes the win in the pool with a time of 2:08:09 with fellow Hungarian Sarolta Kovacs coming over 2 seconds behind (2:10:59) which moves her into 2nd overall heading into the ride.
The Kremlin Cup starts and Lena Schoneborn (GER) sets out to prove she's still the best in the world and she's doing just that as a joint win with Ekatrina Khuraskina of Russia with 1040 points in the fence. Closely fought with a further 2 Russian's Evdokia Gretchichnikova in 3rd (1000 points) and Donata Rimsaite in 4th. (960 points).
In only its 2nd year, but the Kremlin Cup has quickly become a highlight competition on the Modern Pentathlon calendar.
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