Volha Silkina of Belarus reserved her spot at Olympic 2020 with the win in the women’s race at the Modern Pentathlon World Championships in Budapest. 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.
Silkina earnt the fencing last round and reversed up that show with a third-ranked end in the riding in the Hungarian capital. With the maximum reliable performances, the Belarussian demanded gold at Hungarian capital’s Kincsem Park, ending 12th in swimming and 19th in the laser-run game. Silkina totals a total of 1,368 points, with Italian Elena Micheli ending 2nd on 1,357 points.
The Belarussian supposed: “I cannot trust it however, I have a lot of feelings. We will look at what happens forward year because we have too many solid pentathletes and we before now have two qualifications for Olympic 2020. In the European Championships, I grabbed the 6th spot but I didn’t perform my abilities correctly. I recognized that the World Championships was my last opportunity to save a spot for Belarus so that we could see next to Olympic 2020 in a cool manner.”
Micheli and Britain’s Kate French were knotted on 1,357 opinions. Micheli placed 6th in the fencing and swimming penalties before protection 17th spot in the riding event and 9th in the laser-run. French came 5th in the fencing and 7th in the laser-run but takes bronze owed to her 16th and 21st place ends in the swimming and riding categories.
Host nation Hungary had the benefit over Egypt on a posh day of women and girls’ competition to win the 2019 Laser-Run World Championship titles. Kamilla Reti became the women’s world champ as the host team composed 6 gold awards from a pull of 12 awards. Egypt conquered the children’s categories to right 10 medals, five of which were gold.
Reti was linked on the stand by national and team member Sarolta Simon in silver medal spot and Pinelopi Nika of Greece, who held off Israel’s Noah Berkman for bronze. The junior gilded medal died to Hungarian Blanka Guzi, who promoted her bronze medal from the 2018 finals in Dublin. Changing Muktapha of Thailand made silver as England Eva Prato Luna finished the podium.