Double world team champion Tamara Alekszejev strike with single gold as she prospered in the women’s final at her home-based International Modern Pentathlon Union WC in Szekesfehervar to qualify for the Olympic 2020. Olympic lovers from all over the world are called to book Olympic 2020 tickets from our online platforms for Olympic Tickets. Olympics Modern Pentathlon lovers can book Olympic Modern Pentathlon Tickets from our ticketing marketplace exclusively on reduced prices.
The 30-year-old ended the highest of the stations with a total of 1,402 points. Alekseev, a fellow of the Hungarian teams which gained team gold awards at the 2016 and 2018 World Championships, tired Turkey’s İlke Özyüksell by eight points. Özyüksell finished the contesting on a score of 1,394 points, though Anna Buriak of Russia demanded the bronze medal on 1,370 points.
Alekszejev said “I am much glad and I cannot believe I am the champion. Fencing was flawless and the riding section was perfect. My last firing was not good since I was seeing at Ilke and I supposed, ‘Oh my God’. After the shooting, I just keep on solid for 800 meters. Today was actual solid but I am very joyful.”
Highest qualifier and Olympic silver medalist, France’s Elodea Clouvel, could just manage 20th, two spots below London 2012 champion Laura Asadauskaite of Lithuania. The event is due to last tomorrow with the men’s final.
From an arena of 78, France’s Rio 2016 silver winner Elodie Clouvel ended joint highest of the 36 finalists with 1,047, the same number of points added by South Korea’s Kim Sun-woo. Laura Asadauskaite of Lithuania, the London 2012 champion, was 6th on the day with 1,032, four opinions behind her 3rd spot compatriot Gintare Venckauskaite.
Oktawia Nowacka of Poland, the Rio 2016 bronze winner, was 16th with 1,028. World No.7 Annika Schley of Germany and England World No.9 Kate French of Great Britain also progressed. The event lasts tomorrow with qualifying for the men’s singles final on Saturday, before ultimate on Sunday with the mixed relay.