Adelina Ibatullina continued her extraordinary trip of victory to the women’s single golden award at the 2019 International Modern Pentathlon Union (UIPM) Junior World Championship in Poland to qualify for 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.
In 2017, Ibatullina developed youth world champion at under-19 level and today’s achievement completes her ability as one of the most talented pentathletes in the world. Only last month, she succeeded at the Junior European Championships at the same place.
Besides her single space, the 20-year-old grabbed her note for the occasion to three gold medals, as she additional the team and distinct names to the women’s relay gold she gained alongside Kenia Fraltsova on Tuesday (July 9). Alena Avdeeva linked her team member on highest of the stand after ending 15th, with Fraltsova journey the line 9th.
With the Russians in superior form, England paid another day in near detection as they gathered the team bronze medal on the spinal of solid single silver for Kerenza Bryson. She was linked on the podium by Olivia Green and Georgia Hamman, who gained the women’s relay silver award together with Bryson two days before.
The single bronze medal departed to Hungary’s Luca Barta, who ended only forward of Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games champion Salma Abdelmaksoud of Egypt in the 4th. Abdelmaksoud’s comfort lead was a team silver medal to cheer with Amira Kandil and Noreen Megamall.
Ballina believed “It was much encouraging and very lengthy three days of the contest. I am much happy about my consequence and the consequence of my team. Fencing was so solid for me, three or four hours, and swimming was hard also since one week before I was unkind. At first, I did not be acquainted with if I would come to the Junior World Championships. I’m much joyful.”