Zsuzsanna Voros

Three-time world champion Zsuzsanna Voros of Hungary won the gold medal in the women's modern pentathlon. Latvia's Jelena Rublevska ended up with the silver and Britain's Georgina Harland won the run and the bronze.

  • Women: Voros cruises to gold | Men: Moiseev tops

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