UIPM World Cup #2 2011
|1||FRANCESCHINI , Auro||ITA||4496||804||17||15||1400||4||1:56.92||2292||5||11:17.87|
|2||DE LUCA , Riccardo||ITA||4492||1084||1||25||1288||20||2:06.06||2120||20||12:00.37||+1"|
|3||KRUNGOLCAS , Edvinas||LTU||4488||1056||2||24||1296||17||2:05.41||2136||18||11:56.28||+2"|
|4||SVOBODA , David||CZE||4480||888||11||18||1328||8||2:02.75||2264||8||11:24.73||+4"|
|5||FROLOV , Ilia||RUS||4456||944||4||20||1324||10||2:03.31||2188||14||11:43.23||+10"|
|6||NAM , Dong-hun||KOR||4456||832||15||16||1328||9||2:02.83||2296||4||11:16.85||+10"|
|7||BERROU , Jean maxence||FRA||4452||860||13||17||1368||5||1:59.62||2224||10||11:34.45||+11"|
|8||HONG , Jin-woo||KOR||4448||804||17||15||1356||6||2:00.43||2288||6||11:18.51||+12"|
|9||NEMETH , Robert||HUN||4440||944||4||20||1312||14||2:04.12||2184||16||11:44.22||+14"|
|10||CERKOVSKIS , Deniss||LAT||4436||1028||3||23||1288||21||2:06.11||2120||21||12:00.79||+15"|
|11||DANIEL , Thomas||AUT||4432||804||17||15||1260||25||2:08.63||2368||1||10:58.52||+16"|
|12||DEMETER , Bence||HUN||4428||944||4||20||1320||11||2:03.33||2164||17||11:49.07||+17"|
|13||CERTELLI , Lorenzo||ITA||4372||832||15||16||1228||27||2:11.06||2312||3||11:12.17||+31"||9|
|14||DIETZ , Sebastian||GER||4344||804||17||15||1264||24||2:08.29||2276||7||11:21.53||+38"||6|
|15||COOKE , James||GBR||4340||692||28||11||1444||1||1:53.28||2204||12||11:39.40||+39"||4|
|16||LAPO , Yahor||BLR||4316||916||8||19||1268||23||2:07.86||2132||19||11:57.25||+45"||1|
|17||WALZ , Yves||SUI||4312||916||8||19||1200||32||2:13.47||2196||13||11:41.89||+46"||1|
|18||KACER , Michal||POL||4308||692||28||11||1272||22||2:04.12||2344||2||11:04.04||+47"||1|
|19||MICHALIK , Michal||CZE||4300||804||17||15||1308||16||2:04.54||2188||15||11:43.52||+49"||1|
|20||WEALE , Samuel||GBR||4284||860||13||17||1320||12||2:03.44||2104||22||12:04.15||+53"||1|
|21||FUJIMORI , Yuuki||JPN||4264||748||25||13||1420||2||1:55.26||2096||23||12:06.29||+58"||1|
|22||PAPADOPOLO , Nikkos||GUA||4220||692||28||11||1308||15||2:04.39||2220||11||11:35.07||+69"||1|
|23||HEFNY , Yasser||EGY||4216||664||31||10||1296||19||2:05.45||2256||9||11:26.33||+70"||1|
|24||GALICIA , Luis||MEX||4208||944||4||20||1216||30||2:12.16||2048||24||12:18.68||+72"||1|
|25||TOMII , Shinichi||JPN||4164||916||8||19||1336||7||2:02.32||1912||29||12:52.12||+83"||1|
|26||LOPEZ , Jaime||ESP||4132||804||17||15||1296||18||2:05.43||2032||26||12:22.10||+91"||1|
|27||NOFAL , Mustafa||EGY||4072||720||26||12||1320||13||2:03.62||2032||27||12:22.68||+106"||1|
|28||MONTICO , Cristiano||ITA||4020||776||24||14||1208||31||2:12.93||2036||25||12:21.53||+119"||1|
|29||REGO , Ricardo||POR||3928||720||26||12||1408||3||1:56.15||1800||30||13:20.53||+142"||1|
|30||HEREDIA VIVES , Aleix||ESP||3812||888||11||18||1220||29||2:11.85||1704||33||13:44.38||+171"||1|
|31||KANARYA , Kivanc||TUR||3800||804||17||15||1228||28||2:11.11||1768||32||13:28.23||+174"||1|
|32||ZAPATA , Emanuel||ARG||3660||636||32||9||1240||26||2:10.28||1784||31||13:24.41||+209"||1|
|33||YILDIZ , Metin||TUR||3624||468||33||3||1144||33||2:18.24||2012||28||12:27.24||+218"||1|
The top 4 athletes all had near perfect rides to stay in the same positions heading into the Combined Event.
Justinas Kinderis (LTU) who has led the event all day will start 1st, with a 2 second lead over World #1 Aleksander Lesun (RUS) and World #2 Adam Marosi (HUN) who is a further 10 seconds back.
Double Olympic Champion Andrei Moiseev is back in 4th, 36 seconds behind Kinderis which will be too much as he has failed to grasp the Combined Event.
The danger men down the field are: speedster Thomas Daniel (AUT) and Combined Event specialist David Svoboda (CZE)
After breaking the swimming world record earlier in the day, Remigiusz Golis (POL) has been taught the significance of the 5 events after he had a poor ride which has resulted in him dropping back to 30th position.
Remigiusz Golis (POL) has produced an extraordinary quick swim to break the World Record in a time of 1:52,64. Golis was 5 seconds ahead of his nearest rival Jinhwa Jung (KOR) who has half a pool length away. This result pushes Golis up to 10th position after a very poor fence.
Justinas Kinderis (LTU) still holds a slender lead heading into the Riding after finishing 22nd in the swimming event, next back is Aleksander Lesun (RUS) and Adam Marosi (HUN). The dangerous pair of Double Olympic Champion Andrei Moiseev (RUS) and European Champion David Svoboda (CZE) are 4th and 5th respectively. Full results can be found here http://pentathlon.org/results/competition-results/results/pentathlon/734-uipm-world-cup-2
Justinas Kinderis has won the fencing at the Men’s Final for the first time at this level. Kinderis showed fantastic form to win 26 bouts and only lose 6. World #1 Aleksander Lesun was 3 behind and World # 2 Adam Marosi (HUN), veteran Denis Cerkovskis (LAT) and Thomas Daniel (AUT) who rarely features at the top half of the leaders board were a further 2 bouts behind.
Current World Champion Serguei Karyakin (RUS) had a nightmare fence and finished down in 30th position, only winning 13 bouts. Full results can be found here http://pentathlon.org/results/competition-results/results/pentathlon/734-uipm-world-cup-2/senior/men/final
The men’s qualification has begun at World Cup #2 in Sassari, Italy. World #1 Aleksander Lesun (RUS) will be the favourite for the event after a disappointing World Cup #1. Former World #1 Adam Marosi (HUN) is eager to get back his top ranking and is looking is great form after a strong, hard off season and is very keen to win the gold.
Lesun team mates, double Olympic Champion Andrev Moiseev (RUS) and current World Champion Sergui Karyakin (RUS) will be also pushing for a podium position in the Italian sun.
The local crowd is already out in force here at the fencing to cheer on their medal hopes Nicola Benedetti (ITA) and Ricardo De Luca (ITA) who looked impressive in qualification.
Follow all the action at Pentathlon.org and the live webcast at 5:30pm (+2 GMT)
World #2 Donata Rimsaite (RUS) has claimed gold in a dramatic Combined Event at World Cup #2 at Sassari, Italy. Rimsaite held off Anastasiya Prokopenko (BLR) who remarkably came from 19th position to claim silver. Freyja Prentice (GBR) held her nerve in a packed final shoot to win a well deserved bronze at the 2nd ever World Cup conducted with the new environmentally friendly laser shooting.
It is a very different look at the top of the leaders board to what we are used too, with the Polish pair of Joanna Gomolinska and Mixed Relay World Champion Sylvia Czwojdzinska (POL) starting the Combined Event first after they both had strong rides.
Aya Medany, who went in the riding 1st had a nightmare ride only picking up 924 points out of a possible 1200 and dropping down to 13th position.
Leila Gyenesei (HUN) has produced an extremely quick swim of 2:05,66 to easily beat her rivals in the Women’s Final of World Cup #1. Joanna Gomolinska (POL) was second a distant 4 seconds behind along with Yane Marques (BRA) behind. Despite her strong swim Gyenesei is still back in 16th position after her poor fence. Aya Medany (EGY) still leads the way after 2 events, after winning the fencing, she had a very strong swim to finish 4th, however her weakest discipline, the riding is next.
Favorites, Donata Rimsaite (RUS) and Lena Schoneborn (GER) sit comfortably in 9th and 10th position respectively and with riding and the Combined Event to come they will consider themselves a very good chance at gold.
Full results can be found here http://pentathlon.org/results/competition-results/results/pentathlon/734-uipm-world-cup-2/senior/women/final
Aya Medany (EGY) has won the fencing event in the Women’s final with 26 victories and 9 defeats. Medany just scraped past Freyja Prentice (GBR) and local favorite Sabrina Crognale (ITA) by one bout in a fantastic session of fencing here in Sassari.
World #2 Donata Rimsaite (RUS) had a solid day, finishing only 5 shots off the pace with World #1 Lena Schoneborn (GER) finishing strongly, but still finished down the leaders board in 13 position 7 victories less than Medany.
World #4 and one of the pre events favorites Leila Gyenesei (HUN) is having a day that she would rather forget only scoring 13 victories which has her right down in 27th position with World #5 Yane marques not in much better shape in 24th position in an event that she is strongest in.
Former World #1 Laura Asaduskaite had a slow return back to competition with 17 victories back in 17th position, however fencing is one of her weakest disiplines.
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