Athlete Profile: Mikalai Hayanouski
|Date of Birth:||1989-01-08|
|Best Total Points Performance||5664, UIPM World Cup #4 (2011-05-26)||5556|
|Best 25m Swim Performance||2:00.31, 1360 Points UIPM World Cup #3 (2012-04-12)||02:02:08|
|Best 50m Swim Performance||2:03.86, 1316 Points UIPM Senior World Championships (2011-09-08)||02:06:43|
|Best Riding Points||1180, UIPM Junior World Championships (2010-08-05)||1110|
|Best Combined Performance||10:34.20, 2464 Points UIPM Senior World Championships (2011-09-08)||11:20:38|
|May 2012||20th||UIPM Senior World Championships, Rome, Italy||Senior||Qualification B||1|
|Apr 2012||17th||UIPM World Cup #3, Szazhalombatta, Hungary||Senior||Qualification C||1|
|Mar 2012||16th||UIPM World Cup #2, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||Senior||Qualification C||1|
|Mar 2012||35th||UIPM World Cup #1, Charlotte NC, United States of America||Senior||Final||13|
|Sep 2011||26th||UIPM Senior World Championships, Moscow, Russian Federation||Senior||Final||30|
|Sep 2011||4th||UIPM Senior World Championships, Moscow, Russian Federation||Senior||Team-relay 3 members|
|Aug 2011||27th||Senior European Championships, Medway, Great Britain||Senior||Final||21|
|Jul 2011||19th||UIPM World Cup Final, London, Great Britain||Senior||Final||37|
|May 2011||7th||UIPM World Cup #4, Chengdu, China||Senior||Final||42|
|Apr 2011||23rd||UIPM World Cup #2, Sassari, Italy||Senior||Final||25|
|Feb 2011||3rd||UIPM World Cup #1, Palm Springs CA, United States of America||Senior||Final||51|
|Aug 2010||8th||UIPM Junior World Championships , Szekesfehervar, Hungary||Junior||Final||56|
|Aug 2010||9th||UIPM Junior World Championships , Szekesfehervar, Hungary||Junior||Team-relay 3 members|
|May 2010||19th||Junior European Championships, Golega, Portugal||Junior||Final||29|
|May 2010||1st||Junior European Championships, Golega, Portugal||Junior||Team-relay 3 members|
|Apr 2010||14th||UIPM World Cup 3, Medway, Great Britain||Senior||Qualification B||6|
|Mar 2010||15th||UIPM World Cup 2, Cairo, Egypt||Senior||Qualification B||4|
|May 2009||11th||European Junior Championships, Albena, Bulgaria||Junior||Final||37|
|Jul 2008||27th||Junior World Championships, Cairo, Egypt||Junior||Final||29|
|May 2008||14th||European Junior Championships, Drzonjow, Poland||Junior||Final||34|
|Aug 2007||4th||Youth World Chamionships Combined, Pretoria, South Africa||Youth A||Final|
|Sep 2007||6th||World Youth A Championships, Pretoria, South Africa||Youth A||Final|
|Jul 2007||1st||European Youth A Championships Combined event, Vilnius, Lithuania||Youth A||Final|
|Jul 2007||3rd||European Youth A Championships, Vilnius, Lithuania||Youth A||Final|
|Jul 2007||12th||European Youth A Championships, Vilnius, Lithuania||Youth A||Team-relay 3 members|
|Jun 2005||11th||European championships Youth B, Montepulciano, Italy||Senior||Final|
NewsHayanouski Win's Freezing Ukrainian Open
Feb 13th Feb, 12
The Ukrainian Open Senior Men Winter Championships took place in Donetsk, Ukraine over the weekend.
Men's Relay Preview: Russia Set for More Gold
Sep 13th Sep, 11
After 6 days of gruelling competition, the finale of the 2011 World Championships the men’s relay is being held tomorrow at the 1980 Olympic Stadium, in Moscow Russia.
3 Former World Champions Qualify from Group B
Sep 9th Sep, 11
2006 World Champion Edvinas Krungolcas (LTU) has returned to form after missing the European Championships Final last month by winning group B. He was joined by 2 other World Champions Sergui Karayakin (RUS) and Ilia Frolov in the top 4.
Golis Win's Swim but Lesun to Start 1st in Combined in Group A
Apr 15th Apr, 11
Aleksander Lesun (RUS) has finished 8th in the swim to have a commanding 19 second lead going into the combined event over Mikalai Hayanouski (BLR). Remigiusz Golis (POL) won the swimming event in an impressive time of 1.54,18 ahead of Amro El Geziry (EGY) who has now moved into 3rd position heading into the combined event. Current World Champion Serguei Karyakin (RUS) has had a solid day and will start in 4th position.
Lesun Win's Fencing in Group A
Apr 15th Apr, 11
World #1 Aleksander Lesun (RUS) is taking no chances of missing out on qualification again like World Cup #1 by dominating the fencing event in Group A. 2 victories less was bronze medalist from World Cup #1 Mikalai Hayanouski (BLR) and 4 more victories than 2010 World Champion Serguei Karayakin (RUS). 2009 European Champion Ondrej Polivka (CZE) poor form has continued as he sits down in 24th position.
Press Release: Gold for Tymoshchenko @ World Cup #1
Feb 28th Feb, 11
Pavlo Tymoshchenko (UKR) has won his first ever World Cup Gold Medal in Rancho Mirage, USA and has also broken the overall shooting World Record in a remarkable time of 43 seconds for 15 shots. He out shot and out ran World #3 Adam Marosi (HUN) who grabbed silver and the biggest surprise of the day was World Ranked #174 Mikalai Hayanouski (BLR) who stormed home to beat his more fancied rivals for Bronze.
Group 1 Update
Feb 25th Feb, 11
Mikalai Hayanouski (BRL) leads the way in Group 1 after 2 events heading into the Combined Event 1 second ahead of Pavlo Tymoshchenko (UKR) and 7 seconds ahead of World #4 Justinas Kinderis (LTU). One of the events favourites David Svoboda is back in 9th position, however his strong Combined Event will ensure he will easily finish in the top 12. However the local US stars have not had a good day in the Desert with Eli Bremer and William Brady back in 18th and 21st positions respectively and face an uphill battle to get into the final.