China’s Zhang Libin was the top player in men’s single need at the International Modern Pentathlon Union (UIPM) Pentathlon World Championships in Budapest. Olympic admirers from all over the world are invited to book Olympic 2020 tickets from our online platforms for Olympic Tickets. Olympics Modern Pentathlon admirers can bookOlympic Modern Pentathlon Tickets from our ticketing marketplace exclusively on discounted prices.
Zhang topped the B places with 1,137 points at the
Hungarian capital’s Kincsem Park to qualify for the Olympic 2020 in Modern
Pentathlon. South Korea’s Jun Woongtae was only late with 1,136 points while
defending champion James Cooke of England was an extra point spinal in 3rd
Heading the A places was Russia’s Alexander Lifanov with
1,129 points. Czech Republic’s Martin Vlach ended second with 1,128 points,
however, Germany’s Patrick Dogue, one half of the men’s relay gold
medal-winning team on Tuesday 3 September, and Kazakhstan’s Vladislav Sukharev
originated 3rd and 4th, similarly, with 1,124 points.
As for the C places, it was France’s Valentin Belaud who
managed the approach with 1,133 points. Lithuania’s Justinas Kinderis, South Korea’s
Lee Jihun, Ukraine’s Pavlo Tymoshchenko and Hungary’s Bence Demeter all
resulting next to matching Belaud with 1,131 views. In the women’s final
fencing ranking overweight, Belarus’ Volha Silkina recorded an unequaled 268
Contesting in Budapest remains tomorrow with the women’s
singles final and the men’s final fencing ranking round. The men’s final is
planned for Saturday. Three spots at next year’s Olympic 2020 in Tokyo are
obtainable in both the men and women’s single contesting.
The Laser-Run World Championships are running along with
the Modern Pentathlon World Championships for the first spell, with contesting
from tomorrow to Sunday. She was trailed by national Iryna Prasiantsova with
256 points, and South Korea’s Kim Sunwoo and Élodie Clouvel with 250 points.
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and Will Ryan took over the lead in the 470 fleets at the Sailing World Cup in
Japan, as they look for a third victory in quick succession on the Tokyo 2020
The Australian Olympic silver medalists won the 470 World Championship title at Enoshima Yacht Harbor at the start of this month then triumphed at the Olympic test event which concluded last week. Fans who want to watch the live competition of Olympics Sailing can get Olympics Sailing Ticketsonline.
making full use of the chance to experience potential Tokyo 2020 conditions and
claimed two race victories and a second-place on day three of competition. It
came as extra races were added after the weather curtailed the schedule on each
of the first two days.
light breezes on day one which changed dramatically into huge winds and waves
yesterday. Big waves were still a feature today but a full programmer of racing
was possible despite many boats capsizing. Belcher the Olympic champion at
London 2012 alongside Malcolm Page, and Ryan now sit on four points.
Jordi Xammar Hernandez and Nicolas Rodriguez Garcia-Paz are five points behind.
China’s Yunxiu Lu enjoyed a perfect day in the women’s RS: X with three race
victories and now leads the way by 11 points. Olympic champion Charline Picon
of France heads the chasing pack.
test event winner Emma Plasschaert has gone top in the women’s laser radial
despite an average day which saw her finish eighth, 15th and seventh. Nobody
else could take advantage and she leads by two points from Denmark’s world
champion Anne-Marie Rindom.
women’s 470, Australia’s Nia Jerwood and Monique de Vries ended fourth second
and second to top the standings by five points in front of Italy’s Elena Berta
and Bianca Caruso. The mixed Nacra 17 class is led by Britain’s Ben Saxton and
Nicola Boniface, despite Italy’s test event winners Ruggero Tita and Caterina
Banti notching two race wins.
Boniface also recorded a victory and lead by two points from Australia’s Jason
Waterhouse and Lisa Darmaninm, with the Italians fourth five points behind.
Tita said. “It looks pretty intense when you’re out there the waves are short and quite big for the wind. It’s hard to sail the Nacra with the foils. For sure we like the conditions with wind and waves in Enoshima we suffer a bit in the light wind. At the moment we’ve always had good winds here so we’re happy with that.”
Nicholas Heiner was third and fifth to build a six-point lead over Canada’s Tom
Ramshaw in the Finn, while in the men’s 49er, Germany’s Tim Fischer and Fabian
Graf have a seven-point lead despite finishes of the sixth 14th and sixth.
Buksak and Szymon Wierzbicki are the German pair’s nearest challengers. There
were numerous black flag disqualifications in the first race of the 49erFX
including Brazil’s Rio 2016 champions Martine Grael and Kahena Kunze.
Americans won the test event and were overnight leaders, but have now slipped
to sixth after also failing to finish their third race. Denmark’s Annemiek
Bekkering and Annette Duetz also received a black flag first-up, but then
recorded back-to-back third-place finishes moving top with an eight-point lead.
France’s Julie Bossard and Aude Compan are in second place.
boats finished the final race after most of the fleet capsized. In the men’s
RS:X, Louis Giard of France ended second, eighth and eighth and is two points
in front of his teammate Pierre le Coq. The action continues tomorrow with more
strong winds forecasts the first World Cup of the season runs until Sunday,
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