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|3||WAIN. R / PRISE. K / FOWLIE. K||GBR||4902||802||5||27||1004||3||3:14.81||1076||5||2020||3||24:55.60||+64"|
|4||GUBAYDULLINA. G / NASYROVA. Z / POPOVA. N||RUS||4806||838||3||29||1060||1||3:10.12||1160||2||1748||4||26:03.50||+88"|
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|6||MASEIKAVA. M / AROL. K / JILINSKAYA. L||BLR||4576||910||2||33||948||7||3:19.63||1022||8||1696||6||26:16.10||+146"|
|7||HACKEL. A / HANKO. F / BUDDE. T||GER||4544||784||6||26||972||5||3:17.56||1080||4||1708||5||26:13.20||+154"|
|8||VEGA. T / SANCHEZ. M / MARTINEZ. K||MEX||3756||766||7||25||820||9||3:30.24||730||9||1440||8||27:20.00||+351"|
|9||LIN. W / CHEN. Y / TSENG. Y||TPE||3190||730||9||23||496||10||3:57.02||1160||1||804||10||29:59.90||+492"|
|10||ELSAFTEY. A / YAKOUT. R / HAYDY. M||EGY||2852||604||10||16||952||6||3:19.15||0||1296||9||27:56.60||+577"|
In the centennial year of modern pentathlon, the sport showed how well it’s aging by evolving itself and involving the fans.
Due to an issue of the data flow to UIPM, the shooting statistics from the Junior World Championships were not able to be displayed as was the case at past events.
However, so you can see how your favourite athletes shot in each of the events in Poland, the detailed shooting statistics are available to be downloaded below.
Latvia has some new Pentathlon champions as Olga Sislova and Pavels Svecovs who dominated the field to win mixed relay gold at the 2012 Junior World Championships.
Valentin Belaud (FRA) has come from behind to win a dramatic Junior World Championships in Drzonkow, Poland.
Arthur Lanigan O’Keeffe (IRL) has had a fantastic ride and scored 1160 to consolidate his place at the top of the leaders board ahead of the combined event.
Martin Bilko (CZE) has a perfect ride of 1200 to move into 2nd and will start 12 seconds behind the Irishman.
The dangerous Maksim Kustov (RUS) will start in 3rd position after knocking down 4 rails 22 seconds behind Lanigan O’Keeffe.
Youth Olympic Champion Dae Beom Kim (KOR) is back in 6th spotstarting 30 seconds behind the leader.
Defending Champion Jamie Cooke (GBR) is not out of the medals after a near perfect ride and is 48 seconds back.
Jamie Cooke (GBR) has won the swim, in a relatively disappointing time of 1:58.22 which is 4 seconds outside his PB in the Junior Men’s World Championships final.
Maksim Kustov (RUS) gave Cooke a big scare comining within .30 seconds of the defending World Champion. Simon Casse (FRA) came in 3rd and Woo Jin Lee (KOR) in 4th.
Winner of the fencing Arthur Lanigan O’Keeffe (IRL)came in 6th place 4 seconds off the pace, which was enough to consolidate his position at the top of the leaders board. Kustov was rewarded with a good swim and has moved into 2nd position just ahead of Martin Bilko (CZE).
Arthur Lanigan O’Keeffe (IRL) has coped with the pressure of being one of the favourites beautifully by winning the fencing with 25V & 10D.
The Irishman was 2 victories ahead of Andrea Pucciariello (ITA) and Martin Bilko (CZE) who will be pleased of how they coped on the world biggest stage.
The dangerous French pair of Valentin Prades and Valentin Belaud are a further victory back and the superstar of the field Ilya Sugarov (RUS) is still in contention finishing just 4 victories behind O’Keeffe.
As usual defending champion Jamie Cooke (GBR) has left himself some work to do, finishing 27th, 11 victories behind the winner. However, this was exactly the same score he posted last year in the fencing before he won the championships, so don't count him out just yet.
Margaux Isaksen (USA) has used all her experience to run away with the Junior World Championships gold in Drzonkow, Poland.
Margaux Isaksen (USA) is the new Women’s Junior World Champion, who out of the 36 men lining up for the Men’s final tomorrow will emulate her feat?
Chloe Esposito (AUS) has had a perfect ride to move up to 3rd on the leaders board ahead of the combined event.
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