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Clouvel leads Women’s World Final before combined

Modern Pentathlon

France’s Elodie Clouvel with start this afternoon’s Women’s World Championships Final combined event with an 8 second head start after the 24-year-old made only mistake around the Riding course in the penultimate event of the day to go top of the leaderboard.

She has struggled for form this year with the run/shoot event often proving her downfall but this is a fantastic opportunity for her to push on and fulfil that huge potential of hers.

In second is Samantha Murray of Great Britain, yesterday’s fastest swimmer, and in the provisional bronze medal position is Yane Marques of Brazil, who will start the combined 14 seconds behind Clouvel.

Liudmila Kukushkina of Russia is fourth overall whilst Qian Chen’s perfect ride ensured she holds onto to position five. Alise Fakhrutdinova is sixth overall with the Russian leading the chasing pack that contains Anastasiya Spas of Ukraine, Freyja Prentice of Great Britain, Margaux Isaksen of USA and completing the top ten, Elena Rublevska of Latvia.

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