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Wilson and Case come out on top at opening Pentathlon GB Youth Ranking

Bath Pentathlon Club’s Sarah Wilson and Leweston Pentathlon Academy’s George Case took top honours after a highly competitive event at the opening 2019 Pentathlon GB National Youth Ranking Competition today. Held at Pentathlon GB’s National Training Centre at the University of Bath, the Under 19 competition saw some potential stars of the future in action

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Cooke and French take commanding Pentathlon GB ranking victories

World Champion Jamie Cooke and European medallist Kate French made their intentions for the new season clear with commanding victories at the opening Pentathlon GB 2019 National Ranking Competition today. Gravesend’s French led from start to finish in a competitive women’s field, finishing ahead of Kerenza Bryson and Joanna Muir. Cooke meanwhile, was second after

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World Champion and Olympic medallist Samantha Murray to retire

Pentathlon GB’s 2014 World Champion and 2012 London Olympic silver medallist Samantha Murray has announced her retirement from modern pentathlon today. The 29-year-old, who also won World Championship bronze in 2012 and enjoyed a World Cup win in 2015, is one of Great Britain’s most successful modern pentathletes and will retire after nearly 10 years

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Pillage and Davison to make World Championships debuts

Junior athletes Myles Pillage and Zoe Davison to make first individual World Championships appearances European medallists Kate French and Joe Choong lead Pentathlon GB line-up in Mexico Joanna Muir, Francesca Summers, Jamie Cooke and Sam Curry complete 8-strong British line-up Plymouth’s Myles Pillage and Stroud’s Zoe Davison will make their individual Senior World Championships debuts

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Pentathlon GB’s Follett and Davison 8th in world relay

Junior European Champions Charlie Follett and Zoe Davison produced another fine display as they finished 8th in the Junior World Championships women’s relay today. Although not quite matching their performance in Barcelona last month, it was another good experience for the young Brits ahead of the individual competition which begins on Thursday. Story of the

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