Australia’s Chloe Esposito won the gold medal in the Women’s Modern Pentathlon event of Rio 2016 Olympic Games on Friday, August 19.
Chloe Esposito won the gold medal with a total of 1372 points to set a new Olympic record after five different events: Fencing, 200m Freestyle Swimming, Show Jumping, and a Final combined event of Pistol Shooting and a 3200m Cross-country.
It is surely a surprise victory for her after she had entered the last leg of the classic Olympic sport, following the fencing, swimming and horse-riding components, in seventh place overall and having to give the frontrunner, Oktawia Nowacka of Poland, a 45-second head start.
Élodie Clouvel of France won the silver medal in the event with a total score of 1356 points.
Oktawia Nowacka of Poland won the bronze medal in the event with a total score of 1349 points.