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The competitions within the framework of the championship of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation in international military pentathlon have ended.

The victory in the tournament was won by the servicemen of the Western Military District-1, bypassing the combined team of the Navy. The top three were closed by representatives of the Southern Military District.

Note that the ZVO-1 team confidently took the lead of this championship after the first two types of the tournament program and was able to keep it.

The competitive part of the tournament, represented by five disciplines, ended today with a 4 and 8 km cross for women and men, respectively.

The title of champion of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation in international military pentathlon was retained by last year’s winner of the competition, captain Sergei Alpatov. According to the results of passing all five types of the championship program, the soldier scored 5,458 points. Another CSKA representative, captain Alexei Krylov, has the second result, 29 points behind. The bronze medalist was the representative of the Western Military District, Lieutenant Igor Zamotaev (5,235 points).

In women’s competitions, army athletes took the entire podium. Ensign Anastasia Konopko won the victory. Her result was 5,032.9 points. Senior Lieutenant Lyudmila Egorova (5,017.2 points) and Anna Razuvaeva (4,858.5 points) took second and third places, respectively.

Recall that this year, more than 50 military personnel representing 9 teams – the Western and Southern Military Districts, the Aerospace Forces, the Strategic Missile Forces, the Navy, the Military Institute of Physical Culture and the Central Sports Club of the Army – took part in the tournament. CSKA athletes fought for the title of the strongest only in the individual championship.

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