Synonyms for touch_épée_fencing or Related words with touch_épée_fencing

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Examples of "touch_épée_fencing"
Bustos was selected to be one of the thirty-six athletes to participate in the men's modern pentathlon. During the competition, Bustos performed disastrously at the initial stages, with fair scores in a one-touch épée fencing, and 200 m freestyle swimming, but maintained his pace for the tenth position in horse-riding and newly combined running and laser shooting. After completing all the segments, Bustos finished eighteenth in the men's event at his first Olympics.
Yun qualified for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, where she competed as a lone female athlete in the women's modern pentathlon. During the competition, Yun struggled in the early segments, with poor scores in pistol shooting and a one-touch épée fencing, but managed to attain twenty-fourth-place finishes in freestyle swimming and show jumping. In the end, Yun finished the event with cross-country running in thirty-third place, for a total score of 4,872 points.
Dolgushina qualified for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, where she competed in the women's modern pentathlon, along with her teammate Lada Jienbalanova. During the competition, Dolgushina struggled to attain a higher position in the early rounds, with slightly fair scores in pistol shooting, and freestyle swimming. She quickly moved to the top of the rankings, when she finished third in a one-touch épée fencing, and thirteenth in show jumping. In the end, Dolgushina finished the event with cross-country running in twenty-sixth place, for a total score of 5,216 points.
Bertoli qualified for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, where she competed in women's modern pentathlon, along with her teammate Claudia Corsini. During the competition, Bertoli struggled to attain a higher position in the early rounds, with poor scores in pistol shooting, in one-touch épée fencing, and in freestyle swimming. She managed to improve her performance in the show jumping segment, but dropped to thirty-fourth position, when her horse Naonao repeatedly knocked off numerous obstacles, and suddenly fell her into the ground. In the end, Bertoli finished the event with cross-country running in thirty-second place, for a total score of 4,956 points.
Sanchez qualified for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, where she competed as a lone female athlete in women's modern pentathlon. In the early rounds of the competition, Sanchez displayed her strong performance by attaining a fourth-place finish in the air pistol shooting event (AP40), with a score of 186 points. She placed eighteenth in one-touch épée fencing, with a total of seventeen victories and eighteen losses, but dropped to a lower position in freestyle swimming and show jumping segments. Following her poor performance in the final rounds, Sanchez finished the event with cross-country running in twenty-eighth place, for a total score of 5,156 points.
Schreiber qualified for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, where she competed as a lone female athlete in women's modern pentathlon. In the early rounds of the competition, Schreiber displayed a strong performance by topping the air pistol shooting event (AP40), with a score of 188 points. Schreiber struggled to maintain her position in the entire event, with disappointing scores in one-touch épée fencing and freestyle swimming, but quickly moved again to the top, when she placed ninth in the show jumping segment. In the end, Schreiber finished the event with cross-country running in eleventh place, for a total score of 5,464 points.
Following her early success from the World Championships, Gyenesei qualified for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, along with Vörös, to compete in the women's event. During the competition, Gyenesei struggled to attain a higher position in the early rounds, with deficient scores in pistol shooting and a one-touch épée fencing. She quickly moved to the top of the rankings, when she finished fourth in freestyle swimming, and eighth in horse riding. In the end, Gyenesei finished the event with cross-country running in twenty-fourth place, for a total score of 5,260 points.
During the competition, Fakhry made a strong performance in the early rounds, when she finished fifth in pistol shooting, and eighteenth in a one-touch épée fencing. She placed second in the third heat in the 200 m freestyle swimming, but displayed a poor performance in the show jumping, when her horse Naonao repeatedly stopped short, veered left before the obstacles, and nearly tossed her over the barrier. In the end, Fakhry finished the event with cross-country running in thirtieth place, for a total score of 4,996 points.
Grolichova qualified for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, where she competed as a lone female athlete in women's modern pentathlon. During the competition, Grolichova made a strong performance in the early rounds, with fair scores in pistol shooting and freestyle swimming, and a third-place finish in a one-touch épée fencing. She struggled to maintain her position in show jumping, when her horse Ching Ching repeatedly knocked off numerous obstacles. Grolichova finished the event with cross-country running in sixteenth place, for a total score of 5,372 points.
Majewski qualified for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, where he competed in the men's modern pentathlon, along with his teammate Marcin Horbacz. Majewski struggled to attain a higher position in the early rounds, with disappointing scores in pistol shooting and freestyle swimming, but managed to display a strong performance in one-touch épée fencing and 3 km cross country running, where he finished the race in fourth place. Majewski's best result in the last round, however, was insufficiently enough to reach the top position, finishing only in twenty-first place with a score of 5,204 points.
Horbacz first competed for the men's modern pentathlon at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens. He displayed a strong performance in the early rounds of the competition, including his sixth place-finish in one-touch épée fencing. He was second overall at the start of the show jumping segment, but dropped to last when his horse stubbornly refused to jump the last obstacle. Following a discontinuous jump, Horbacz finished last out of thirty-two competitors in the overall event, with a score of 4,388 points.
Berrou qualified for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, where he competed in the men's modern pentathlon, along with his teammate John Zakrzewski. During the competition, Berrou struggled in the early segments, with poor scores in pistol shooting and a one-touch épée fencing, but he was managed to improve his performance in the final rounds, including his thirteenth-place finish for the show jumping. Berrou's best result in the last round was insufficiently enough to reach the top position, finishing only in twenty-third place with a score of 5,172 points.
Valentini first competed for the men's modern pentathlon at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens. He displayed a strong performance in the early rounds of the competition, when he achieved a joint second-place finish with Lithuania's Andrejus Zadneprovskis, Latvia's Deniss Čerkovskis, and United States' Vakhtang Iagorashvili in one-touch épée fencing, striking a total of nineteen victories. Valentini recorded the slowest time of 2:18.34, when he finished thirty-second in freestyle swimming, but he quickly moved to the top position with a sixteenth-place finish in show jumping segment. In the end, Valentini successfully finished the event in nineteenth place with a score of 5,084 points.
Frolov qualified for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, along with his teammate and defending champion Andrey Moiseev, and competed in the men's event. During the competition, Frolov struggled in the early segments, with slightly fair scores in pistol shooting and a one-touch épée fencing, but he was managed to perform consistently in the final rounds, including his second-place finish for the 3 km cross-country running. Frolov's best result in the last round was insufficiently enough to reach the top position, and he eventually finished in twentieth place, while Moiseev successfully defending his Olympic title.
Zakrzewski qualified for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, where he competed in the men's modern pentathlon, along with his teammate Jean Maxence Berrou. During the competition, Zakrzewski struggled in the early segments, with slightly fair scores in pistol shooting and a one-touch épée fencing, but he was managed to improve his performance by finishing twelfth in freestyle swimming. Zakrzewski also became one of the major highlights in this event, when he flipped off his horse Diandian on one jump, dragged along with his foot still in the stirrups, and stamped on by his mount, leaving him with bloodied face. Following his disastrous and sudden fall in riding, Zakrzewski placed thirty-fourth out of thirty-six competitors in the men's event, with a score of 4,264 points.
In the early rounds of the competition, Darby displayed a poor performance by finishing last out of thirty-six athletes in the air pistol shooting event (AP40), with a score of 164 points. Darby eventually placed thirty-first in one-touch épée fencing, but dropped to thirty-fifth position, when she stopped for up to 10 seconds halfway through the 200 m freestyle swimming race, halted by a pair of malfunctioned googles. Darby quickly moved to the top of the rankings, when she finished seventh in the show jumping segment, knocking off a total of 28 obstacle and time penalties. In the end, Darby finished the event with cross-country running in thirty-fifth place, for a total score of 4,816 points.
Ondřej Polívka (born May 17, 1988 in Prague) is a modern pentathlete from the Czech Republic. He competed at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, England, along with his teammates David Svoboda, who eventually won a gold medal in the men's event, and his girlfriend Natálie Dianová in the women's event. During the men's competition, Polívka made a disastrous start, with a disappointing score in one-touch épée fencing, but managed to keep his pace in swimming and horse-riding. His best competition result happened in a first ever combined running and pistol shooting, where he set two Olympic records for hitting five shots each in three sessions, with a score of 33.6 target points. Polívka finished the last segment in fourth place, despite of his staggering start with a handicapped time and his accomplishment in laser pistol; however, he fulfilled the event only in fifteenth place.
Nam qualified for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, where he competed in the men's modern pentathlon, along with his teammate Lee Choon-Huan. During the competition, Nam struggled in the early segments, with poor scores in pistol shooting and a one-touch épée fencing. He managed to attain a sixteenth-place finish in freestyle swimming, but displayed a weak performance in the riding segment, when he completed the show jumping course in thirtieth place, and incurred a total of 380 penalties (both obstacle and time). In the cross-country running segment, Nam finished the 3 km race, with a fastest time and an Olympic record of 8:55.57. Nam's best result in the last round, however, was insufficiently enough to reach the top position, finishing only in twenty-eighth place with a score of 4,968 points.
In the 2008 season, Sacksen took part in five World Cup circuits, and achieved two top-ten finishes. He reached into the international scene by competing at the World Championships in Budapest, Hungary, but did not advance past the semifinal. Sacksen made his official debut at the 2008 Summer Olympics after receiving and accepting an invitation by UIPM, competing in the men's modern pentathlon, along with Eli Bremer. Both he and Bremer, however, struggled to attain a higher position in the early rounds of the competition, with mediocre scores in pistol shooting and a one-touch épée fencing. In the end, Sacksen finished the event in eighteenth place, with a score of 5,280 points.