UIPM World Cup #3 2011
|1||TYMOSHCHENKO , Pavlo||UKR||4548||952||4||22||1224||22||2:11.41||2372||8||10:57.80|
|2||ALEKSANDRAVICIUS , Paulius||LTU||4544||904||8||20||1188||29||2:14.37||2452||4||10:37.08||+1"|
|3||FRANCESCHINI , Auro||ITA||4544||832||17||17||1336||1||2:02.31||2376||7||10:56.48||+1"|
|4||WEALE , Samuel||GBR||4544||952||4||22||1284||4||2:06.47||2308||14||11:13.77||+1"|
|5||TIBOLYA , Peter||HUN||4540||952||4||22||1228||20||2:11.07||2360||10||11:00.32||+2"|
|6||SVOBODA , David||CZE||4540||904||8||20||1280||5||2:06.94||2356||11||11:01.59||+2"|
|7||POLIVKA , Ondrej||CZE||4540||976||2||23||1268||9||2:07.88||2296||16||11:16.94||+2"|
|8||MAJEWSKI , Bartosz||POL||4536||880||11||19||1196||27||2:13.72||2460||3||10:35.20||+3"|
|9||DANIEL , Thomas||AUT||4536||808||18||16||1188||30||2:14.54||2540||1||10:15.55||+3"|
|10||HWANG , Woojin||KOR||4536||1000||1||24||1272||7||2:07.60||2264||21||11:24.97||+3"|
|11||PANKIN , Andrey||RUS||4532||880||11||19||1204||26||2:13.11||2448||5||10:38.39||+4"|
|12||KIRPULYANSKYY , Dmytro||UKR||4528||904||8||20||1256||12||2:08.84||2368||9||10:58.89||+5"|
|13||PATTE , Christopher||FRA||4520||760||24||14||1240||16||2:10.03||2520||2||10:20.67||+7"||11|
|14||SANDOVAL , Alvaro||MEX||4444||880||11||19||1260||10||2:08.56||2304||15||11:14.84||+26"||8|
|15||BRADY , William||USA||4432||784||22||15||1232||19||2:10.78||2416||6||10:46.30||+29"||5|
|16||EL GEZIRY , Omar||EGY||4376||976||2||23||1308||2||2:04.38||2092||30||12:07.00||+43"||1|
|17||ROMAO , Wagner||BRA||4368||808||18||16||1244||15||2:09.86||2316||13||11:11.73||+45"||1|
|18||MAKAROVAS , Tomas||LTU||4312||808||18||16||1216||23||2:12.30||2288||17||11:18.98||+59"||1|
|19||GIANCAMILLI , Federico||ITA||4296||760||24||14||1256||11||2:08.74||2280||18||11:20.05||+63"||1|
|20||MAGNO , Luis||BRA||4288||760||24||14||1288||3||2:06.06||2240||22||11:30.78||+65"||1|
|21||DOROZSMAI , Viktor||HUN||4284||856||14||18||1244||14||2:09.81||2184||25||11:44.27||+66"||1|
|22||HANASATO , Naoya||JPN||4276||664||33||10||1268||8||2:07.69||2344||12||11:04.67||+68"||1|
|23||DIMITROV , Blagoy||BUL||4260||940||7||22||1280||6||2:06.99||2040||32||12:20.32||+72"||1|
|24||BUSTOS , Cristian||CHI||4220||856||14||18||1084||34||2:23.21||2280||19||11:20.84||+82"||1|
|25||IWAMOTO , Shohei||JPN||4200||784||22||15||1256||13||2:08.88||2160||26||11:50.28||+87"||1|
|26||HOLYST , Maurin||FRA||4192||856||14||18||1132||33||2:19.04||2204||24||11:39.42||+89"||1|
|27||MALITS , Istvan||HUN||4176||712||30||12||1188||28||2:14.34||2276||20||11:21.33||+93"||1|
|28||EID AHMED , Mohamed||EGY||4152||760||24||14||1236||18||2:10.57||2156||27||11:51.48||+99"||1|
|29||KANARYA , Kivanc||TUR||4076||808||18||16||1152||31||2:17.41||2116||28||12:01.29||+118"||1|
|30||FLACK , Robert||GBR||4068||760||24||14||1212||24||2:12.56||2096||29||12:06.93||+120"||1|
|31||PIETRUCZUK , Christopher||CAN||4040||592||35||7||1228||21||2:11.15||2220||23||11:35.51||+127"||1|
|32||RUBENDIZ , Efecan||TUR||3972||664||33||10||1236||17||2:10.39||2072||31||12:12.07||+144"||1|
|33||GAURUDER , Krisztian||HUN||3784||736||29||13||1208||25||2:12.66||1840||35||13:10.55||+191"||1|
|34||BAKTIBEKOV , Daniar||KGZ||3724||688||32||11||1140||32||2:18.59||1896||34||12:56.39||+206"||1|
|35||ACOSTA , Rafael||ARG||3484||712||30||12||808||35||2:46.24||1964||33||12:39.12||+266"||1|
Donata Rimsaite (RUS) just scraped into the Women’s final after a disappointing performance today at World Cup #3. The World #2 struggled all day due to a virus and grabbed the last qualification position. She was the only one of the top pentathletes not to easily qualify for the final with the big guns of Amelie Caze (FRA), Lena Schoneborn (GER), Laura Asadauskaite (LTU), Leila Gyenesei (HUN) and Aya Medany (EGY) all strolling into the top 18 for qualification.
World #1 and defending champion Aleksander Lesun (RUS) has pulled out of World Cup #3 due to visa issues. Lesun‘s absence will give massive opportunities to some of the other men who will be looking to snatch gold here in Hungary. Lesun was looking in top form at World Cup #2 and grabbed silver, and the local crowd will miss his presence. Lesun will be the only member of the top 10 who won't be lining up for the Men's qualification tomorrow. Stay tuned for all the live action from the Men’s Qualification here on Pentathlon.org tomorrow.
World #2 Donata Rimsaite (RUS) has scrapped into Saturday’s final by finishing in 18th position in Group A. Rimsaite who has struggled to shake off a virus has been a shade of her usual dominate self all through the day and will be glad just to get into the final. Apart from Rimsaite all the other top women made it through with relative ease such as Amelie Caze (FRA), former World #1 Laura Asadauskaite (LTU) and World #5 Yane Marques (BRA).
Silver Medallist from World Cup #2 Anastasiya Propkopenko (BLR) showed her blistering combined event that got her silver in Italy was no fluke as she again flew the field after starting 21st and ended up finishing an amazing 2nd. Only Sarolta Kovacs made it through for the locals as 3 other Hungarians failed to make the top 18.
Margaux Isaksen (USA) has showed why she is casted as the fastest runner in the Women’s Modern Pentathlon by winning Group A. All the top guns managed to easily qualify for Saturday’s final with World #1 Lena Schoneborn (GER), Heather Fell (GBR), Adrienn Toth (HUN), Leile Gynesesei (HUN) and Aya Meday (EGY) all cruising into the top 18.
Triple World Champion Amelie Caze (FRA) has come 3rd in the fencing to start 1st in the Combined Event with a 11 second lead over Katy Burke who finished 5th in Fencing. Lucie Grolichova (CZE)who won the fencing with 24 victories will start back in 4th position 14 seconds behind Caze. World Cup #2 Champion Donata Rimsaite (RUS) is having a very poor day and is sitting back in 23rd position and will have to have a very strong Combined Event to get into the top 18 to qualify for Saturday’s Final.
Full results can be found here http://pentathlon.org/results/competition-results/results/pentathlon/735-uipm-world-cup-3/senior/women/semi-final-b
Elodie Clouvel (FRA) has followed up her win in the fencing event by winning the swim in Group A ahead of Leila Gyenesei (HUN). Clouvel, who missed the final of World Cup #2 is taking no chances by turning in a fantastic performance and will have a 25 second lead going into the Combined Event.
Heather Fell (GBR) who finished 7th in the swim will start 2nd with Margaux Isaksen (USA) being a further 13 seconds behind. World #1 Lena Schoneborn (GER) will start back in 10th position, however she should have no issues getting into the top 18 required for qualification.
Full results after 2 events can be found here: http://pentathlon.org/results/competition-results/results/pentathlon/735-uipm-world-cup-3
Elodie Clouvel (FRA) has fenced incredibly to win the fencing discipline in Group A. Clouvel, who is not renowned for her fencing scored 27 victories and only 8 defeats which was 2 ahead of her nearest rivals Heather Fell (GBR) and Margaux Isaksen (USA). World #1 Lena Schoneborn (GER) and World #4 and local hero Leila Gyenesei (HUN) were back in 9th position 7 victories off the pace just ahead of Egyptian superstar Aya Medany (EGY).
For full results visit http://pentathlon.org/results/competition-results/results/pentathlon/735-uipm-world-cup-3/senior/women/semi-final-a
Junior World Champion Sarolta Kovacs (HUN) has showed her dominance in the pool to easily win the swimming event in Group B. Kovacs swam a time of 2:12.32 to easily beat American rookie Rendy Opdycke and triple World Champion Amelie Caze (FRA) who missed World CUP #2 through injury. Former World #1 and Combined Event specialist Laura Asadauskaite (LTU) had a solid swim despite finishing back in 16th. The shock result was World #2 gold medallist Donata Rimsaite (RUS) having a terrible swim and languishing down in 33rd position.
Full results can be found here: http://pentathlon.org/results/competition-results/results/pentathlon/735-uipm-world-cup-3/senior/women/semi-final-b
As was the case at World Cup #2 there is a large amount of women competing for valuable World Cup Series Ranking Points here in Hungary for World Cup #3. There will be over 70 Women competing in qualification which means they will be split in 2 qualification groups and only 18 women from each group will advance to Saturday’s Final.
Százhalombatta, just outside Budapest, Hungary is the next stop on UIPM's World Cup Series with World Cup #3 being held on 5-8 May 2011.
The Hungarian World Cup will be held outside Budapest for the first time since the 1960's and the locals at Százhalombatta will be treated to an Olympic standard field with all the top 10 world ranked male and female athletes competing. The athletes are desperate to obtain valuable World Cup Series points to qualify for the World Cup Final, where priceless Olympic Qualification spots are on offer.
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