Athlete Profile: Elena Bales
|Date of Birth:||1986-04-18|
|Sep 2007||28th||World Junior Championships, Caldas da Rainh, Portugal||Junior||Qualification A||1|
|Sep 2007||27th||World Cup Final 2007 - Olympic Test Event, Beijing, China||Senior||Final||29|
|Aug 2007||29th||Senior World Championships, Berlin, Germany||Senior||Qualification A||1|
|Jun 2007||20th||World Cup 2007 6, Rome, Italy||Senior||Qualification A||8|
|May 2007||20th||World Cup 2007 5 Women, Szekesfehervar, Hungary||Senior||Final||28|
|May 2007||24th||International Women World Ranking, Spiez, Switzerland||Senior||Final||7|
|Apr 2007||8th||Open French Championships Senior & Junior, Fontainebleau, France||Senior||Final||23|
|Mar 2007||19th||World Cup 2007 2, Cairo, Egypt||Senior||Qualification A||11|
|Mar 2007||16th||World Cup 2007 1, Mexico City, Mexico||Senior||Final||32|
|Feb 2007||16th||Budapest Indoor International, Budapest, Hungary||Senior||Final||15|
|Nov 2006||21st||Senior World Championships, Guatemala, Guatemala||Senior||Qualification B||8|
|Sep 2006||27th||World Cup Final 2006, Chianciano, Italy||Senior||Final||21|
|Sep 2006||23rd||World Cup 2006 6, Chianciano, Italy||Senior||Final||25|
|Sep 2006||21st||World Cup 5, Cairo, Egypt||Senior||Final||27|
|Aug 2006||23rd||Junior World Championships, Shanghai, China||Junior||Final||25|
|Mar 2006||6th||6th African Open Championships, Cairo, Egypt||Senior||Final||44|
|Aug 2005||10th||2005 World Championships, Senior Women, Warsaw, Poland||Senior||Team-relay 3 members|
|Jul 2005||10th||Junior World championships 2005, Moscow, Russia||Junior||Final|
|May 2005||5th||Int. German Competition Women and Junior Women, Bonn, Germany||Junior||Final|
|May 2005||10th||9th Women's qualifying competition, Spiez, Switzerland||Senior||Final|
|May 2005||5th||Junior International DrzonkÃ³w (POL) WOMEN, DRZONKÃ“W, Poland||Junior||Final|
|Jul 2004||20th||Junior World Championships , Szekesfehervar, Hungary||Junior||Qualification B|
|Jun 2004||15th||8th Women's qualifying competition (SUI), Spiez, Switzerland||Senior||Final|
|Jun 2004||9th||International Austrian Championships WOMEN, Wiener neustadt, Austria||Senior||Final|
|Apr 2004||15th||International Competition (GER 2), Leverkusen, Germany||Senior||Final|
NewsUkraine National Junior and Youth Championship results
Nov 11th Nov, 13
Held in the south eastern city of Lugansk this weekend, the National Ukrainian Championships for Juniors and Youth category A, B and C demonstrated the strength in depth of the modern pentathlon powerhouse. Keen to follow in the footsteps of Viktoria Tereshuk, Ganna Buryak and Pavlo Tymoshchenko, the athletes showed great skill, character and a will to win that ensured the competition set new standard.
Clouvel and Belaud give France Mixed Relay gold
Aug 25th Aug, 13
It was jubilation for France today at the World Championships in Taiwan as Elodie Clouvel and Valentin Belaud teamed up to win the Mixed Relay gold. A riveting day of competition had seen the pair first score 904 points in the fence before a 1:56.99 time in the pool saw them move up to third overall. Their perfect score in the ride ensured they had the perfect platform for a tilt at glory.
Latvia lead in Mixed Relay before Ride
Aug 25th Aug, 13
Veterans Elena Rublevska and Deniss Cerkovskis of Latvia showed again what a great combination they make after the pair's 30 victories on the pistes and placed 17th in the pool to move up into first place with the Ride and Combined to go at the World Championships Mixed Relay.
Clouvel leads Women’s World Final before combined
Aug 24th Aug, 13
France’s Elodie Clouvel with start this afternoon’s Women’s World Championships Final combined event with an 8 second head start after the 24-year-old made only mistake around the Riding course in the penultimate event of the day to go top of the leaderboard.
Belarus’ Yelizarova wins Final fence
May 31st May, 13
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.
Gyenesei and Marosi triumph in Mixed Relay
May 13th May, 13
Hungarian pair Leila Gyenesei and Adam Marosi collected their second World Cup Series Mixed Relay gold this season with victory on home soil in Budapest today. The dynamic duo were the outstanding performers, placing second in the fence, third in the pool and fourth in the ride before a controlled display in the combined set them on their way to the title in front of the local fans.
Gyenesei and Marosi ahead before combined
May 13th May, 13
Hungarian duo Leila Gyenesei and Adam Marosi are now in pole position to deliver a gold that has so far eluded the host national in Budapest as they begin the combied ahead of the pack. The pair, who won the inaugural Mixed Relay at World Cup #1 in Palm Springs, USA, has proved formidable this season.
Rublevska and Cerkovskis victors in fence
May 13th May, 13
In the first event of the Mixed Relay at World Cup #4 in Budapest, the experienced Latvian pair Elena Rublevska and Deniss Cerkovskis claimed 1084 points from 25 bouts won in the fence. They were head and shoulders above the rest with second place going to Hungarian duo Leila Gyenesei and Adam Marosi recording 20 victories with the epée.