British duo James Cooke and Joe Choong look in good shape to challenge for home gold in the European Modern Pentathlon Championships after impressing in men’s qualifying today in Bath. 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 preliminary rounds were held for the men’s individual competition today at the University of Bath, with the final to take place on Saturday. Competitors took part in four of the five disciplines like fencing, swimming, shooting and running in order to reach the final, where riding is added to the contest.
The 62 competitors were split into two groups, with the best 36 athletes going through to the weekend’s medal final. Cooke topped qualification Group B, with Choong already certain a spot at next year’s Olympic 2020 Games in Tokyo by winning the International Modern Pentathlon Union World Cup final in Japan was second.
Their team-mates, Tom Tools and Sam Curry also positively made it into the top 36. In requirement Group A, Germany’s Marvin Faly Dogue topped the standings, ahead of Arthur Lanigan-O’Keefe of Ireland and Ukraine’s Pavlo Tymoshchenko. Reigning European champion Valentin Prades is also through, the Frenchman eighth in Group A.
The 2018 silver medalist Adam Marosi of Hungary also qualified for the final. With Tokyo 2020 qualification places up for grabs in Bath, competition is likely to be fierce on Saturday as pentathletes aim for a spot on the podium. Tomorrow is due to see the women’s individual qualification event, with the final set to be the final event of the Championships on Sunday.
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