Swim star Remigiusz Golis (POL) has won the swimming event in a wet Hungary ahead of his main rival James Cooke (GBR). Golis swam a very quick time of 1:56.22 which together with his 6th position in the fencing has catapulted him up to 1st in the competition. Nick Woodbridge who had a solid swim to finish in 3rd which moves him up to 2rd overall. Woodbridge stated after the swim: “I have been working very hard on my fencing, which has taken a bit of time off my swimming, but it is working well as had a great fence today.”
The dangerous pair of David Svoboda (CZE) and Adam Marosi (HUN) are in 3rd and 4th respectively are will be the clear favourites to take the gold with riding and the combined event to come.
Full results: http://pentathlon.org/results/competition-results/results/pentathlon/735-uipm-world-cup-3/senior/men/final