China’s Zhang Libin was the top player in men’s single need at the International Modern Pentathlon Union (UIPM) Pentathlon World Championships in Budapest. 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.
Zhang topped the B places with 1,137 points at the Hungarian capital’s Kincsem Park to qualify for the Olympic 2020 in Modern Pentathlon. South Korea’s Jun Woongtae was only late with 1,136 points while defending champion James Cooke of England was an extra point spinal in 3rd position.
Heading the A places was Russia’s Alexander Lifanov with 1,129 points. Czech Republic’s Martin Vlach ended second with 1,128 points, however, Germany’s Patrick Dogue, one half of the men’s relay gold medal-winning team on Tuesday 3 September, and Kazakhstan’s Vladislav Sukharev originated 3rd and 4th, similarly, with 1,124 points.
As for the C places, it was France’s Valentin Belaud who managed the approach with 1,133 points. Lithuania’s Justinas Kinderis, South Korea’s Lee Jihun, Ukraine’s Pavlo Tymoshchenko and Hungary’s Bence Demeter all resulting next to matching Belaud with 1,131 views. In the women’s final fencing ranking overweight, Belarus’ Volha Silkina recorded an unequaled 268 points.
Contesting in Budapest remains tomorrow with the women’s singles final and the men’s final fencing ranking round. The men’s final is planned for Saturday. Three spots at next year’s Olympic 2020 in Tokyo are obtainable in both the men and women’s single contesting.
The Laser-Run World Championships are running along with the Modern Pentathlon World Championships for the first spell, with contesting from tomorrow to Sunday. She was trailed by national Iryna Prasiantsova with 256 points, and South Korea’s Kim Sunwoo and Élodie Clouvel with 250 points.