Hosts England has gained its second gold medal of the European Modern Pentathlon Championships with the win in the men’s relay in Bath to qualify for Olympic 2020, but they have missed out on the medals in the women’s event in spite of taking an initial top. 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 British men’s duo of Myles Pillage and Oliver Murray victory the swimming and laser-run events at the University of Bath and came second in the riding to structure for an unsatisfactory twitch in the fencing, where they were ranked 9th of the 11 contending republics.
In an unbelievably tight rivalry, Britain gained by only four points from second place Vladyslav Rydvanski and Andriy Fedechko of Ukraine, by 1,493 points to 1,489, with Hungary’s Istvan Malits and Richard Bereczki third on 1,484. For Pillage, it is his second gold award of the opposition after succeeding together with Kerenza Bryson in the mixed relay yesterday.
Belarus duo Kirill Kasyanik and Pavel Tsikhanau gained the fencing and led at the halfway period before coming to 8th in the riding and ninth in the laser-run to reduction to 8th in the final standings. An alike fate befell the British women’s combination of Charlie Follett and Zoe Davidson, who were 12 points clear at the halfway stage after winning both the fencing and swimming.
They came last in the riding, though, and 4th in the laser-run to fall outdoor of the highest three. Ekaterina Khuraskina and Anastasia Petrova of Russia won the gold medal, regardless of coming fourth in both fencing and swimming as they won the riding and came second in the laser-run.
Their total of 1,374 points was eight points clear of Italy’s Irene Prampolini and Beatrice Mercury in silver, while Kamila Reti and Luca Barta of Hungary took bronze with 1,363. The rivalry is due to last tomorrow with the men’s single qualification event.