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Modern Pentathlon AMPC Asian/Oceanian Championships 2019



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⁸According to Australian OC it will be battle of two in men's Oceanian Champs as Max Esposito is injured and Rhys Lanskey will fight with a come-backing veteran Ed Fernon. Also women's competition is said to be fight of Marina Carrier against New Zealand's Rebecca Jamieson as Chloe Esposito is also injured.

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1 hour ago, Vojthas said:

⁸According to Australian OC it will be battle of two in men's Oceanian Champs as Max Esposito is injured and Rhys Lanskey will fight with a come-backing veteran Ed Fernon. Also women's competition is said to be fight of Marina Carrier against New Zealand's Rebecca Jamieson as Chloe Esposito is also injured.

 

I suppose both should qualify via rankings? Australia may be just aiming for free quotas.

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On 09/11/2019 at 09:41, Vojthas said:

⁸According to Australian OC it will be battle of two in men's Oceanian Champs as Max Esposito is injured and Rhys Lanskey will fight with a come-backing veteran Ed Fernon. Also women's competition is said to be fight of Marina Carrier against New Zealand's Rebecca Jamieson as Chloe Esposito is also injured.

The results for the women are in and no success for the australians. Korea dominated. www.uipmworld.org/event/asia-oceania-championships-0

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The results for the women are in and no success for the australians. Korea dominated. www.uipmworld.org/event/asia-oceania-championships-0

Marina had much better competition, but she didn't manage to recover fully after an injury or rather to train her running skills well enough and lost to Jamieson, something I wouldn't have expected with 25 advantage in fencing, 17 in swimming and only 7 loss in riding (altogether 35 secs of handicap). Rebecca will be just second New Zealandian and first female from this country - the other one was Brian Newth, who participated in Moscow 1980.

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3 minutes ago, Vojthas said:

Marina had much better competition, but she didn't manage to recover fully after an injury or rather to train her running skills well enough and lost to Jamieson, something I wouldn't have expected with 25 advantage in fencing, 17 in swimming and only 7 loss in riding (altogether 35 secs of handicap). Rebecca will be just second New Zealandian and first female from this country - the other one was Brian Newth, who participated in Moscow 1980.

well that s some history at least and hey first female  from newzealand at the modern penthatlon in the olympics , will be interisting to see how she does.

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1 minute ago, penthatlonfan said:

well that s some history at least and hey first female  from newzealand at the modern penthatlon in the olympics , will be interisting to see how she does.


That is, if NZOC selects her.

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