|2||POLIVKA Ondrej||Czech Republic||23/12||952|
|13||SVOBODA David||Czech Republic||19/16||856|
|13||DE LUCA Riccardo||Italy||19/16||856|
|21||HILGEHOLT Kelvin||The Netherlands||16/19||784|
|25||BRADY William||United States||15/20||760|
|29||WOODBRIDGE Nicolas||Great Britain||13/22||712|
|35||BOWSHER Dennis||United States||10/25||640|
UIPM World Cup 3 2010
|1||MAROSI , Adam||HUN||5760||1000||1||25||1372||6||1:59.29||1200||1||2188||28||11:43.59||60|
|2||POLIVKA , Ondrej||CZE||5760||952||2||23||1344||8||2:01.34||1120||15||2344||7||11:04.78||55|
|3||LESUN , Aleksander||RUS||5712||952||2||23||1344||11||2:01.48||1180||2||2236||20||11:31.10||+12"||51|
|4||GOLIS , Remigiusz||POL||5660||784||21||16||1436||1||1:53.70||1140||11||2300||10||11:15.78||+25"||48|
|5||KASZA , Robert||HUN||5652||856||13||19||1384||5||1:58.28||1180||2||2232||22||11:32.49||+27"||46|
|6||TIBOLYA , Peter||HUN||5632||880||9||20||1312||20||2:04.25||1040||22||2400||2||10:50.38||+32"||44|
|7||SVOBODA , David||CZE||5620||856||13||19||1332||14||2:02.50||1080||20||2352||6||11:02.22||+35"||42|
|8||RIKER-FOX , Joshua||CAN||5604||832||19||18||1280||28||2:06.82||1140||11||2352||5||11:02.04||+39"||40|
|9||TYMOSHCHENKO , Pavlo||UKR||5596||856||13||19||1276||29||2:07.25||1180||2||2284||11||11:19.34||+41"||39|
|10||DANIEL , Thomas||AUT||5592||904||5||21||1256||32||2:08.85||1160||7||2272||15||11:22.77||+42"||38|
|11||NEMETH , Robert||HUN||5588||736||27||14||1312||18||2:04.06||1180||2||2360||3||11:00.50||+43"||37|
|12||ZHURAULIOU , Stanislau||BLR||5588||904||5||21||1280||26||2:06.81||1160||7||2244||19||11:29.78||+43"||36|
|13||CERKOVSKIS , Deniss||LAT||5556||904||5||21||1304||22||2:04.77||1140||11||2208||25||11:38.67||+51"||35|
|14||WOODBRIDGE , Nicholas||GBR||5552||712||29||13||1424||2||1:54.89||1060||21||2356||4||11:01.37||+52"||34|
|15||FROLOV , Ilia||RUS||5548||928||4||22||1328||15||2:02.68||1020||24||2272||14||11:22.61||+53"||33|
|16||BENEDETTI , Nicola||ITA||5532||904||5||21||1240||35||2:10.12||964||26||2424||1||10:44.07||+57"||32|
|17||HILGEHOLT , Kelvin||NED||5524||784||21||16||1304||23||2:04.87||1160||7||2276||12||11:21.01||+59"||31|
|18||MAJEWSKI , Bartosz||POL||5484||784||21||16||1240||35||2:10.12||1120||15||2340||8||11:05.12||+69"||30|
|19||BRADY , William||USA||5428||760||25||15||1312||19||2:04.07||1100||18||2256||16||11:26.26||+83"||29|
|20||MIGUCHI , Tomoya||JPN||5364||688||33||12||1400||3||1:56.76||1040||22||2236||21||11:31.28||+99"||28|
|21||KARYAKIN , Serguei||RUS||5352||712||29||13||1364||7||1:59.81||1020||24||2256||18||11:26.95||+102"||27|
|22||BOWSHER , Dennis||USA||5344||640||35||10||1304||21||2:04.70||1144||10||2256||17||11:26.49||+104"||26|
|23||CHMIELEWSKI , Tomasz||POL||5332||712||29||13||1288||24||2:06.11||1140||11||2192||27||11:42.01||+107"||25|
|24||DE LUCA , Riccardo||ITA||5324||856||13||19||1272||30||2:07.59||872||30||2324||9||11:09.28||+109"||24|
|25||LI , Lin||CHN||5312||712||29||13||1320||17||2:03.55||1172||6||2108||32||12:03.70||+112"||23|
|26||MERLE , Bruno||FRA||5288||808||20||17||1344||10||2:01.47||904||29||2232||23||11:32.59||+118"||22|
|27||MORDASOV , Oleksandr||UKR||5272||880||9||20||1244||34||2:09.91||948||27||2200||26||11:40.14||+122"||21|
|28||XU , Yunqi||CHN||5256||688||33||12||1336||12||2:02.14||1104||17||2128||31||11:58.95||+126"||20|
|29||LOPEZ , Jaime||ESP||5216||880||9||20||1248||33||2:09.62||1100||18||1988||35||12:33.05||+136"||19|
|30||FUJII , Shinya||JPN||5124||760||25||15||1344||9||2:01.42||920||28||2100||33||12:05.76||+159"||18|
|31||KINDERIS , Justinas||LTU||5088||856||13||19||1280||25||2:06.80||724||31||2228||24||11:33.36||+168"||17|
|32||NOGUCHI , Hayato||JPN||5064||880||9||20||1332||13||2:02.49||704||32||2148||30||11:53.20||+174"||16|
|33||GIANCAMILLI , Federico||ITA||4868||736||27||14||1320||16||2:03.54||540||33||2272||13||11:22.28||+223"||15|
|34||KRUNGOLCAS , Edvinas||LTU||4636||856||13||19||1280||26||2:06.81||320||35||2180||29||11:45.89||+281"||14|
|35||MITSYK , Mikhail||BLR||4252||616||36||9||1264||31||2:08.04||280||36||2092||34||12:07.12||+377"||13|
|36||MOTSIOS , Dimitrios||GRE||2580||784||21||16||1396||4||1:57.12||400||34||0||36||+795"||12|
Thousands of British school children have been introduced to the sport of Modern Pentathlon because of the Medway World Cup 3. Primary school children have spent the last two years studying the sport and being linked to participating nations as part of a major Olympic-themed education programme run by Medway Council.
Amelie Caze (FRA) has outclassed the field to win gold in the Women’s Final at World Cup #3 in Medway, Great Britain in her 1st event of the season. Caze was in the top two from start to finish to easily beat Donata Rimsaite (LTU) who came from 11th position to claim Silver and local favourite Mhairi Spence (GBR) who started the combined event in 1st place held on for bronze.
The British fans are going crazy with their favourite star Mhairi Spence (GBR) having a 6 second lead over Amelie Caze (FRA). Swimming winner Leila Gyenesei (HUN) and Samantha Murray (GBR) being a further 12 and 23 seconds back respectively heading into the Combined Event.
The Women had a much better ride than the men with most of them having a solid ride. Both Sylvia Czwojdzinska (POL) and Heather Fell (GBR) had perfect rides to score 1200 points with Spence scoring 1180 to shoot her back to first. Leader going into the Riding Event Amelie Caze (FRA) had a disappointing ride only scoring 1120 with Leila Gyenesei having an even poorer ride with 1108.
Watch if Mhairi can hold her nerve to clinch gold by watching the live webcast by clicking here
Full Riding Results:
Leila Gyenesei (HUN) has blitzed the field to win the swimming event in the Women’s Final. Gyenesei recorded an impressive time of 2:07.07 to beat Samantha Murray (GBR) and Amelie Caze (FRA) by more than 2 seconds. Winner of the fencing Mhairi Spence came a creditable 10th to stay in contention for a home medal in 3rd position after 2 events. Gyenesei has now forced her way up to 2nd position overall just behind Caze by 36 points. Olympic Champion Lena Shoneborn (GER) day continued to go poorly to be down in 15th overall which ruins her chance of Gold in GB. All the attention now turns to the horse riding.
Local hero Mhairi Spence has shocked the rest of the field by winning the fencing competition on home soil. Spence claimed 26 victories and 9 defeats, she was closely followed by Paulina Boenisz (POL) and double Would Champion Amelie Caze (FRA) who were one victory behind. Olympic Champion and World Cup #1 winner had a disappointing fence to finish well off the pace in 21st position. Ready to strike are form athletes World Cup #2 Champion Evdokia Gretchichikova (RUS) in 5th, Leila Gyenesei (HUN) in 6th and Donata Rimsaite in 8th. Stay tuned for the swimming results.
After 23 rounds Amelie Caze (FRA) and Krisztina Cseh (HUN) have shot to the top of the leaders board with 18 victories and only 5 defeats. Early event leader Mhairi Spence (GBR) has dropped back to 2nd with one less victory and Paulina Boenisz (POL) a further victory behind. Olympic Champion and event favourite Lena Shoneborn (GER) is struggling down in 19th position.
The Women’s Final at World Cup #3 has just begun in the fencing hall. Keep checking for live updates!!
Please see below the start list:
Adam Marosi (HUN) has led from start to finish to claim gold in the Men’s Final at World Cup #3. Marosi prevailed in the first photo finish in recent memory to win in a breath taking last 100 meters from Ondrej Polivka (CZE). Russian prodigy Alexander Lesun (RUS) showed the world he is a force for the future by claiming Bronze. Marosi said ‘It was a great feeling and an incredible sprint over the last 20 meters and I believe me and Polivka won this event together!’
Adam Marosi has continued his impressive day out in the sun in Medway by being the only rider to successfully master the tricky course to score the full 1200 points. This means he will start 24 seconds ahead of Russian rookie Alexander Lesun who only dropped 20 points during the riding event to finish second.
There were some big names to fall out of medal contention on the tough riding course including World #3 Edvinas Krungolcas (LTU) who has major issues with his horse to withdraw after 3 jumps to score a disappointing 320 to fall down to second last place and 4:39 minutes behind the leader. Pre event favourites David Svoboda (CZE) and Ilia Frolov (RUS) also had poor rides scoring 1080 and 1020 respectively to start over 1:15 behind Marosi.
Marosi leads the field after the Fence and Swim heading into the Riding event. Please see below for a full update on results:
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Marosi Win's Fencing
Adam Marosi (HUN) has shown the world why he is the current World Champion and World Number #1 after a dominant second half performance in the fencing competition which moved him from 14th position to 1st with 25 victories and only 10 defeats. Next was rookie Russian Alexander Lesun and European Champion Ondrej Polivka (CZE) 2 victories behind. Champions from World Cup #1 and #2 David Svoboda (CZE) and Edvinas Krungolcas (LTU) finished back in 13th position which leaves them with work to do over the next 4 events to catch Marosi to clinch gold. Local favourite Nick Woodbridge finished a disappointing 29th with only 13 victories and 22 defeats which surely rules him out of medal contention.
Full Fencing Results: