Russia’s Rio 2016 champion Aleksander Lesun won the men’s title now at the International Modern Pentathlon Union (UIPM) World Cup in Prague 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.
The 30-year-old from Barysaw, who has two single world labels to his name, saw on course to win after taking over in the fencing and ended with 1,489 points. Choong’s silver came the day after England had taken gold and bronze in the women’s race thanks to Kate French and Jessica Varley.
Britain’s Joe Choong outsprinted Germany’s Marvin Dogue in the closing meters after creating an unresolved final 800 meters loop in the event’s final laser run to register 1,481, with Dogue making an advance bronze, only a point late. Choong thus claimed his second silver in successive World Cups after winning his first medal in Sofia last month.
Lesun told UIPM “I battled hard today. I am content with the site, the horses and the sequence of everything. But I reason I can work harder for future achievement. I’m watching next to the European Championships, the World Cup Final and the World Championships.”
The Briton said “I went into the final sensation pretty weary after three World Cups in a row, but I only pledge something I deduction. We have a big fan club with so numerous of our parents out there, and I caught them, having put myself into a medal argument. When I caught them I thought ‘I’m going to go for this.”
Some of the player’s games very natural so no one can beat them to beat them you will need very hard work. Qualify for the Olympic 2020 is not an easy job for any of the sportsperson in the modern era. After the qualification in the Olympic 2020, the athletics need to work hard to get the top positions.