Margaux Isaksen Places 29th in Finals of 2008 Modern Pentathlon World Championships

July 15, 2008, 2:06 p.m. (ET)
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Maye 31, 2008)- Margaux Isaksen (Fayetteville, Ark./Colorado Springs, Colo.), the lone American woman to qualify for the final round of the 2008 Modern Pentathlon World Championships, finished 29th today in Budapest, Hungary in the final event of the 2008 Olympic qualifying season. Isaksen scored a total of 5,172 total points.

Eli Bremer (Monument, Colo./Colorado Springs, Colo./U.S. Air Force) will carry the flag for the United States tomorrow in the men's final.

Emily Shertzer (Hershey, Pa./Colorado Springs, Colo.), Michelle "Mickey" Kelly (Chatham, N.Y./Colorado Springs, Colo./U.S. Army), Dennis Bowsher (Dallas, Texas/Colorado Springs, Colo./U.S. Army), Sam Sacksen (Somerset, Pa./Colorado Springs, Colo.) and Niul Manske (Colorado Springs, Colo./U.S. Army) also represented the United States in the 2008 World Championships, but all failed to advance past the semifinal round..

Individual event scores for Team USA are listed below:

2008 World Championships - Budapest, Hungary

Women's Final

Margaux Isaksen - 18th Place - 5,172 points
Shoot - 174 (1,024 points)
Fence - 8V (592 points)
Swim - 2:15.46 (1,296 points)
Ride - 1,144 points
Run - 10:51.74 (1,116 points)