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The Hungarian team of Leila Gyenesei and Adam Marosi have won the first Gold Medal of the inaugural Mixed Relay World Cup Series. Natalya Coyle and Eanna Bailey took Silver, Irelands first ever World Cup Medal, whilst Ukrainans Viktoria Tereshuk and Pavlo Tymoshchenko grab the Bronze.
Representing Hungary, Leila Gyenesei and Adam Marosi scored 1100 points in the Ride, which has given them an 18 second lead for the Combined Event.
Ireland’s Natalya Coyle and Eanna Bailey, the only athlete in Men’s Final to achieve the perfect 1200 points, scored 1116 and this moved them up to 2nd place behind the Hungarians.
Watch all the action from the Mixed Relay World Cup #1 Final LIVE from Palm Springs, NOW, including highlights from the morning action.
The Hungarian team of Leila Gyenesei and Adam Marosi were the fastest in the pool in a very quick time of 1:57.59, over 3 seconds faster than Natalie Dianova and Jan Kuf from the Czech Republic who were 2nd fastest with 2:01.32. The Hungarians now top the leader board after two events.
Russians Donata Rimsaite and Ilia Frolov drop to 2nd place following the 7th fastest swim whilst Ireland’s duo Natalya Coyle and Eanna Bailey remain in 3rd place.
China and Latvia are in 4th and 5th place respectively as the athletes head off to the ride arena
Here is Palm Springs, 14 teams are competing in the first ever World Cup Series Mixed Relay
In the Fence, the Chinese pair, including new Fence World Record holder Xiaonan Zhang, were leading the table until the last rounds. Zhang and her team mate Jianli Guo were overtaken by both the Russians and Hungarians
The highly experienced Donata Rimsaite and Ilia Frolov battled their way to the top to win 36 bouts against 19 defeats whilst the Hungarian duo of Leila Gyenesei and Adam Marosi took 2nd with 33 victories.
Joining the Chinese in 3rd place with 31 victories are Ireland’s Natalya Coyle and Eanna Bailey and Latvians Elena Rublevska and Deniss Cerkovskis.
The Mixed Relay World Cup Series make its debut today, Sunday 24 February, in Palm Springs and a new schedule has been announced for today’s event as follows:
Xiaonan Zhang (CHN) almost had the perfect day here at the World Cup #1 in Palm Springs, USA, breaking the Women’s Fencing World Record and topping the leader board throughout the day. But In the last seconds of the final event, the Combined, she was overtaken just short of the finish line by the 2011 World Champion Victoria Tereshuk (UKR).
The new Fencing World record holder Xiaonan Zhang (CHN) has held her nerve in the ride achieving 1140 points and will start the Combined Event 7 seconds ahead of Olympic Bronze Medallist Yane Marques (BRA).
Watch all the action from the Women's World Cup #1 Final LIVE from Palm Springs, NOW, including highlights from the morning action.
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Gulnazhas Gubaydullina (RUS) was the quickest in the pool, winning the swimming event in a time of 2:09.22. The 2010 Youth A World Champion managed to beat both the Olympic record holder Sarolta Kovacs and World record holder Zsofia Foldhazi, by just over a second, the two Hungarians coming in at 2:10.27 and 2:10.49 respectively.
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