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All four Pentathlon GB girls qualify for U19 Euros final

Pentathlon GB’s Georgina Mitchell, Zoe Davison, Olivia Green and Alexandra Bousfield all qualified for the Under 19 European Championships final on a perfect opening day of the 2017 Championships. The British quartet all had their battles at one point during the four disciplines but made it through to ensure Great Britain will have full representation

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5 Pentathlon GB athletes debut at Junior World Championships

Kerenza Bryson, Sarah Collin, Myles Pillage, Jamie Harper and George Budden will all make their Junior World Championships debuts in Hungary next month. The Pentathlon GB quintet will be joined by Charlie Follett, Georgina Summers and Bradley Sutton in Szekesfehervar, the final major Junior international of the summer. Plymouth’s Bryson, who currently studies at Plymouth

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10 Pentathlon GB athletes selected for World Championships

Pentathlon GB have named an unchanged team for the individual competitions at next month’s Senior World Championships in Cairo. It means that 2016 Rio Olympians Kate French and Samantha Murray will spearhead a Women’s team that also includes Dumfries’ Jo Muir and Dorking’s Francesca Summers. The Men’s team will also be led to by Rio

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Varley and Pillage finish Pentathlon Senior Euros with a flourish

Fotheringhay’s Jess Varley and Plymouth’s Myles Pillage finished 6th in the Mixed Relay on the final day of the 2017 Senior European Modern Pentathlon Championships in Minsk today. In a field containing many athletes with more experience, including several Olympians, the young British duo held their own throughout the day to finish in a commendable

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Davison and Mitchell impress at Modern Pentathlon U19 Worlds

Stroud’s Zoe Davison finished 24th with Warwick’s Georgina Mitchell 28th at the Under 19 World Championships in Prague today, two encouraging performances on their debuts at a major Under 19 international championships.  The youngsters’ day began in the pool with the 200m swim, both Brits starting strongly with Wycliffe College’s Davison recording a time of 2:14.51 and

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