The peak day for the modern quintet began. ukasz Gutkowski did well in swimming, finishing second in the qualifying race, and in the general classification he was ranked 11th. Sebastian Stasiak performed slightly worse.

David Frank

Łukasz Gutkowski

PAP / Radek Pietruszka / Pictured: Łukasz Gutkowski

First, Sebastian Stasiak, who swam in the third race, presented himself among the Polish representatives of the swimming arena. He came in fourth place with a time of 2: 04.59 seconds, and in the general classification gave him 301 points and 25th place.

Łukasz Gutkowski took part in the next race, which performed well. With a time of 2: 00.59 seconds, he took second place. Only Korea’s Jun Wong Tae was better than the pole in this race. In the general classification, ukasz Gutkowski took eleventh place after all sets.

As expected, the last and sixth race was the fastest. The competition was won by the American of Egyptian origin, Amr Al-Jaziri, who broke the Olympic record with a time of 1:52.96 seconds.

Men’s modern pentathlon, 200m swim:
1. Amr Al-Jaziri (USA) 1:22, 96
2. James Cook (UK) 1:53.80
3. Joseph Chong (UK) 1:54.87
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11. Łukasz Gutkowski (Poland) 2: 00,59
25- Sebastian Staciak (Poland) 2:49

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