Cove and Flash continued the victory of Ondig Pulevka and five-year-old Martin Bilic. Poland’s Lukasz Gutkowski and Kamel Kasperchak took second place today, while France’s Alexandre Henrar and Jean-Baptiste Murcia took the bronze.
Modern pentathlon Křenková finished 11th at the World Championships. Flach was ranked twelfth among men.
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“We’ve done really well in all disciplines, most recently with flying colors, which is what earned us the title,” Cove said in a media recording.
A slight problem occurred in parkour, with the Czech duo receiving a ten-point penalty after Kove left the spot early after reaching the finish line.
“Obviously the rules have changed, and it’s not allowed anymore. Luckily the pen was smaller than the rules, so they gave it back to us. It worked for us at the station wagon, because we were able to run it more quietly. Martin could have run the last hundred.” meters and we could have enjoyed it more.”
The 2016 European champion entered the combined final round to finish second, but was already passing the baton to Flach as he moved into pole position.
“Honza gave it to me in a totally luxurious way. I expected from him what he showed. The fact that he gave so much to the people who started with him was great. Fortunately, I saved both hits and boosted my progress even more,” Flach praised.
Women won the bronze medal
Křenková and Novotná were not enough for the Lithuanian and Polish opponents. The titles were won by Eva Serabinaitova and Elzbeta Adumititova, and Octoya Novaka and Natalia Dominiakova took third place.
“We were helped by a successful start in fencing and the fact that we were able to handle horses. Thanks to this, we had a good position to the last specialty, where only the Polish women who started behind us were overtaken by us, ”said Novotna.
“We both wanted to win a medal. I thought it would be great to finish the season like this. I am very happy that we succeeded,” said Kinkova.
Modern European Pentathlon Championship at Siskesferver – Substitutions:
men: 1. Kuf, Vlach (Czech Republic) 1455, 2. Gutkowski, Kasperczak (Pol.) 1440, 3. Henrard, Mourcia (Fr.) 1433.
Women: 1. Serapinaiteová, Adomaityteová (Lit.) 1342, 2. Nowacká, Dominiaková (Polish) 1335, 3. Křenková, Novotná (CZ) 1322.
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