Gold for Belarus in Modern Pentathlon [AMBIENT]

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Gold for Belarus in Modern Pentathlon [AMBIENT]
Belarusian pair Hanna Vasilionak and Raman Pichuk won gold in the mixed relay final in the third round of the UIPM Modern Pentathlon World Cup in China on Sunday (April 21st).
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