Kseniya Klimiankova of Belarus has become the women’s under-19 champion at the International Modern Pentathlon Union (UIPM) 2019 Youth World Championships to be eligible for Tokyo Olympic. Olympic admirers from all over the world are invited to book Olympic 2020 tickets from our online platforms for Olympic Tickets. Olympics Modern Pentathlon admirers can book Olympic Modern Pentathlon Tickets from our ticketing marketplace exclusively on discounted prices.
The 17-year-old successes by a 10-second edge from Amina Tagirova of Russia, with Yoon of South Korea option up bronze after property off Esther Fernandez Donda of Germany by one second. Tagirova leads Russia to team gold in business with Yana Soloveva and Iuliia Sergeeva, with silver going to Germany and bronze to England.
Klimiankova ended solidly after an unmoved showing in the opening swimming self-control, where she was graded 26th of the 36 rival athletes as home hope Svetla Zgurova, the under-17 champion, led with 2min, 14.41sec, ahead of Tagirova, Klimiankova made a go up the leaderboard with the third-best reappearance in the fencing, winning 25 of her 35 contests.
Yoon was the biggest mover in the concluding laser run as she recorded the best time of 12:32.50. But as other contenders fell away, Klimiankova and Tagirova held their courage to stay in control of the race.
Egypt is extra another gold medal to its crew on the penultimate day of the combined age-group competition as Moutaz Mohamed and Abu Bakr Aleadwy won the under-17 men’s relay. Russia duo Denis Zueva and Evgeniy Bobylev secured silver and bronze departed to Esau Florida and Mario Medina of Mexico.
Zueva and Bobylev set the pace in the swimming pool with a time of 1:56.90. But Egypt’s Mohamed and Aleadwy shaped the reckless laser run time of 10:59.40, finishing just three seconds strong. An excellent laser run of 11:02.00 enabled Mexico to structure three places and reach the podium.
“Viacheslav Malishev said today we saw more indication of the globalization of our honorable movement, with four regions represented on the podium at the UIPM 2019 Youth World Championships here in Sofia”.