Natalya Coyle is within moving coldness of her 3rd Olympic 2020 Games after qualifying for the ladies’ singles final at the European Modern Pentathlon Championships in Bath, England. Olympic fans from all over the world are invited to book Olympic 2020 tickets from our online platforms for Olympic Tickets. Olympics Modern Pentathlon fans can book Olympic Modern Pentathlon Tickets from our ticketing market exclusively on discounted prices.
The two-time Olympian will be attended in the women’s final by team-fellow Sive Brassil, sense Ireland quiet has three athletes in with an opportunity of locking their Olympic 2020 spot this weekend.
Coyle, who ended in the topmost 10 at both London 2012 and Rio 2016, and Brassil will contest for one of eight women’s Tokyo Olympic Games qualification seats on Sunday. Coyle recorded 1,022 points in today’s semi-finals although Brassil exited smooth better with 1,028.
A third Irish athlete, Eilidh Prise, clear-cut short of the Olympic 2020 qualifying brink with 982 points and won’t take member in the final of this year’s central showpiece, having ended 11th in 2018.
Arthur Lanigan-O’Keeffe getting a place in the men’s singles final tomorrow with the goal of also obtaining one of eight available places at Olympic 2020. Modern pentathlete Natalya Coyle was taken the bronze medal at last weekend’s Hungarian Indoor Open, attaining her.
The medal shows a significant double for Coyle as the Dubliner also shaped the other half of a pair with Eanna Bailey that gained Ireland’s first and only medal in a Team World Cup event in the US on February 2013, when they get silver in the mixed team.