Athlete Profile: Ekaterina Savchenko
|Date of Birth:||1986-02-07|
|Best 25m Swim Performance||2:36.47, 1044 Points World Cup 5 2008 (2008-05-08)||02:38:40|
|Best 50m Swim Performance||2:41.06, 868 Points World Cup 2 2009 (2009-04-16)||02:42:00|
|Best Riding Points||1128, World Cup 5 2008 (2008-05-08)||1010|
|Best Combined Performance||12:57.23, 1892 Points UIPM World Cup 5 (2010-06-03)||13:02:00|
|Jun 2010||25th||UIPM World Cup 5, Berlin, Germany||Senior||Qualification B||1|
|May 2010||20th||UIPM World Cup 4, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Qualification B||8|
|Apr 2009||21st||World Cup 2 2009, Cairo, Egypt||Senior||Qualification B||6|
|May 2008||36th||World Cup 5 2008, Kladno, Czech Republic||Senior||Final||12|
|Jul 2007||27th||European Junior Championships, Budapest, Hungary||Junior||Final||21|
|May 2007||23rd||World Cup 2007 5 Women, Szekesfehervar, Hungary||Senior||Qualification A||2|
|Apr 2006||12th||Junior European Championships, Torres Vedras, Portugal||Junior||Final||36|
|Aug 2005||18th||2005 World Championships, Senior Women, Warsaw, Poland||Senior||Qualification A|
|Jul 2005||23rd||Junior World championships 2005, Moscow, Russia||Junior||Final|
|Jun 2005||10th||European junior championships, Montepulciano, Italy||Junior||Final|
|Sep 2004||11th||WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS YOUTH A, Albena, Bulgaria||Youth A||Final|
|Apr 2004||12th||European Championship (POR), Mafra, Portugal||Youth A||Final|
|Dec 2003||24th||Open Championships of Russia, Moscow, Russia||Senior||Final|
|Aug 2003||22nd||Youth A World Championships (Women), Leon Gu, Mexico||Youth A||Final|
|Aug 2003||24th||Open Championships of Russia (Women), Moscow, Russia||Senior||Final|
|Jul 2002||24th||Youth B European championships, Eaubonne, France||Senior||Final|
News2013 Modern Pentathlon World Championships: Women’s preview
Aug 18th Aug, 13
With the Women’s World Championships Qualification stages set to begin on Wednesday 21 August at the Fengshan Stadium in Kaohsiung City, Taiwan, we profile some of the athletes who will be battling it out to make it into the Final. 70 Women are scheduled to take part and all will be bidding to win the coveted title on Friday.
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One of the most distinguished competitions on the Modern Pentathlon calendar came to an end this weekend with victory in the Women’s event going to Brazil’s London 2012 Olympic Games bronze medallist as she triumphed at the Kremlin Cup in Moscow, Russia.
Unstoppable Tereshuk wins World Cup Final
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It was the speed of Ukraine’s Victoria Tereshuk which made the difference in the hot and humid conditions of Nizhny Novgorod as the 31-year-old stormed to an impressive victory in the combined to win the UIPM World Cup Final with real panache.
Buriak's perfect ride puts her on pole for the combined
May 31st May, 13
After back to back titles at World Cup #3 Chengdu and World Cup #4 Budapest, Ukraine’s Ganna Buriak confirmed she is the in-form athlete of this season after her perfect riding event ensured she would start the combined event ten seconds head of the pack.
Belarus’ Yelizarova wins Final fence
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An impressive start to the day’s action at the Women’s World Cup Final in Nizhny Novgorod saw 29-year-old Belarusian Tatsiana Yelizarova win the morning fence with 26 victories from 35 bouts. The experienced campaigner simply had too much about her as time after she outthought and outmanoeuvred her opponents to go top of the leaderboard with 1024 points before the swimming event.
Nizhny Novgorod World Cup Final line-up revealed
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With just ten (10) days to go until the 2013 Modern Pentathlon World Cup Final gets underway in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, UIPM is pleased to reveal the final entry list for one of the most highly anticipated events of this season’s calendar. The world’s top pentathletes are all set to battle it out on one of the biggest stages of all and some scintillating action will be expected throughout the three days of competition.
Cesarini of Italy storms to early lead with superb display in fence
May 11th May, 13
Italian fencing sensation Claudia Cesarini blew the rest of the field away in the first event of the Women’s Final at World Cup #4 in Budapest. The 26-year-old won an incredible 29 from 35 bouts to claim 1096 points as she came close to matching the world record set by China’s Xiaonan Zhang in Palm Springs earlier this year.
Schoneborn and Spence win respective Qualification Groups in Budapest
May 9th May, 13
It was tight affair on the first day of competition at World Cup #4 in the stunning city of Budapest with two hotly contested Groups as the Women battled it for Qualification to Saturday’s Final.