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The women's modern pentathlon at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro was held on 19 August. Three venues were used: Deodoro Aquatics Centre (swimming), Deodoro Stadium (horse-riding and combined running and shooting) and Youth Arena (fencing).[1]

The medals were presented by Claudia Bokel, IOC member, Germany and Klaus Schormann, President of the UIPM.


Contents 1 Competition format 2 Schedule 3 Results 4 Records 5 References


Competition format[]

The modern pentathlon consisted of five events, all held on the same day. The format was slightly different from the typical modern pentathlon, with two events combined at the end.[2] Fencing: A round-robin, one-touch épée competition. Score was based on winning percentage. Swimming: A 200 m freestyle race. Score was based on time. Riding: A show jumping competition. Score based on penalties for fallen bars, refusals, falls, and being over the time limit. Combined running/shooting: A 3 km run with pistol shooting (the athlete must hit five targets in 70 seconds) every kilometre. Starts were staggered based on points from the previous three events.

Schedule[]

All times are UTC-3


Date

Time

Round

Thursday, 18 August 2016 10:00 Fencing (Ranking Round) Friday, 19 August 2016 12:00 Swimming 14:00 Fencing (Bonus Round) 15:30 Riding 18:00 Combined running/shooting

Results[]

Thirty-six athletes participated. Key ♦ The highest mark recorded in each event is highlighted in yellow with a diamond symbol.


Rank

Country

Athlete

Swimming Time (pts)

Fencing Victories (pts)

Riding Time (pts)

Combined Time (pts)

Total


1st, gold medalist(s) Australia Chloe Esposito 2:12.38 (303) 19 (215) 77.60 (284) 12:10.19 (570) 1372 OR 2nd, silver medalist(s) France Élodie Clouvel 2:08.62 (315) 21 (227) 70.05 (293) 12:59.06 (521) 1356 3rd, bronze medalist(s) Poland Oktawia Nowacka 2:16.67 (290) 27 (264)♦ 70.69 (293) 13:18.50 (502) 1349 4 China Chen Qian 2:18.75 (284) 22 (232) 76.67 (292) 12:45.07 (535) 1343 5 Germany Annika Schleu 2:19.34 (282) 17 (202) 68.06 (293) 12:21.95 (559) 1336 6 Great Britain Kate French 2:16.17 (292) 17 (202) 75.49 (300)♦ 12:43.08 (537) 1331 7 Ireland Natalya Coyle 2:17.38 (288) 19 (215) 73.69 (300)♦ 12:58.13 (522) 1325 8 Italy Alice Sotero 2:12.63 (303) 20 (221) 72.91 (279) 13:00.47 (520) 1323 9 Great Britain Samantha Murray 2:10.81 (308) 14 (192) 73.23 (279) 12:38.54 (542) 1321 10 Kazakhstan Yelena Potapenko 2:11.52 (306) 17 (202) 73.74 (293) 13:07.48 (513) 1314 11 Mexico Tamara Vega 2:16.89 (290) 15 (190) 72.93 (300)♦ 12:49.39 (531) 1311 12 Russia Donata Rimšaitė 2:22.09 (274) 17 (202) 77.20 (284) 12:32.67 (548) 1308 13 Japan Natsumi Tomonaga 2:15.63 (294) 15 (190) 77.03 (298) 12:55.44 (525) 1307 14 South Korea Kim Sun-woo 2:16.06 (292) 16 (197) 75.52 (300)♦ 13:04.28 (516) 1305 15 Russia Gulnaz Gubaydullina 2:07.94 (317)♦ OR 8 (148) 78.91 (290) 12:30.76 (550) 1305 16 Canada Melanie McCann 2:20.81 (278) 23 (240) 75.75 (300)♦ 13:42.43 (478) 1296 17 Hungary Sarolta Kovács 2:09.02 (313) 17 (203) 79.04 (268) 13:17.09 (503) 1287 18 China Zhang Xiaonan 2:22.67 (272) 22 (234) 75.72 (279) 13:20.79 (500) 1285 19 Poland Anna Maliszewska 2:20.30 (280) 16 (200) 79.41 (282) 13:01.21 (519) 1281 20 United States Margaux Isaksen 2:19.91 (281) 18 (209) 70.24 (293) 13:23.90 (497) 1280 21 Guatemala Isabel Brand 2:22.57 (273) 14 (184) 72.88 (293) 12:54.11 (526) 1276 22 Belarus Anastasiya Prokopenko 2:25.69 (263) 10 (162) 76.28 (289) 12:22.98 (558) 1272 23 Brazil Yane Marques 2:14.30 (298) 16 (196) 72.28 (286) 13:31.64 (489) 1269 24 Italy Claudia Cesarini 2:20.85 (278) 17 (205) 87.95 (261) 13:04.34 (516) 1260 25 United States Isabella Isaksen 2:20.20 (280) 20 (221) 80.31 (285) 13:51.96 (469) 1255 26 Czech Republic Barbora Kodedová 2:24.70 (266) 20 (220) 106.28 (249) 13:25.36 (495) 1230 27 Hungary Zsófia Földházi 2:12.05 (304) 11 (168) 119.34 (222) 12:46.02 (534) 1228 28 Argentina Iryna Khokhlova 2:19.77 (281) 14 (184) 90.01 (268) 13:53.53 (467) 1200 29 Lithuania Ieva Serapinaitė 2:14.43 (297) 15 (190) 69.50 (265) 14:29.68 (431) 1183 30 Ukraine Anastasiya Spas 2:14.54 (297) 16 (196) 120.69 (221) 15:16.82 (384) 1098 31 Lithuania Laura Asadauskaite 2:21.01 (277) 19 (216) E (0) 12:01.01 (579)♦ OR 1072 32 Germany Lena Schöneborn 2:21.74 (275) 24 (244) E (0) 12:54.21 (526) 1045 33 Canada Donna Vakalis 2:22.12 (274) 22 (233) E (0) 13:36.19 (484) 991 34 Cuba Leydi Moya 2:15.75 (293) 14 (184) E (0) 13:11.07 (509) 986 35 Turkey İlke Özyüksel 2:17.79 (287) 10 (160) E (0) 12:49.98 (531) 978 36 Egypt Haydy Morsy 2:26.11 (262) 14 (184) E (0) 13:24.93 (496) 942


Records[]

Broken Olympic records during the 2016 Summer Olympics

Total Chloe Esposito (AUS) 1372 pts. Swimming Gulnaz Gubaydullina (RUS) 2:07.94 Running Laura Asadauskaitė (LTU) 11:16.40 Combined Laura Asadauskaitė (LTU) 12:01.01 Shooting - 1 session of 5 shots Zsofia Foldhazi (HUN) 8.56 Shooting - 4 session of 20 shots Zsofia Foldhazi (HUN) 39.62

References[]

1.Jump up ^ "Modern Pentathlon". 2016 Summer Olympics. Retrieved 20 August 2016.

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