Cooke and Choong narrowly miss out on relay medal at Senior Modern Pentathlon European Championships Jamie Cooke and Joe Choong finished 4th in the Men’s Relay at the Senior European Championships in Sofia today, agonisingly missing out on a podium position by a single second in their final appearance before the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Holly Parker and Jamie Harper finished 10th in the Mixed Relay on the final day of the Junior European Championships in Drzonkow today. Against some athletes boasting far more international experience, including at Senior level, it was an encouraging day for the two young Brits. Having both missed out on qualifying for the individual finals, the
Georgia Pipes produced a battling performance to finish 27th at the Junior European Championships in Drzonkow, Poland, today. It’s a position that is becoming familiar for the recently turned 20 year old as it equalled her finish at the 2015 Junior World Championships nine months ago. The competition followed the 2016 Olympic Games format meaning
Pentathlon GB’s Joe Choong, Jamie Cooke, Kate French and Samantha Murray today became the latest University of Bath-based athletes to be selected to represent Team GB at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. The quartet were officially confirmed as being Britain’s modern pentathlon representatives during a team announcement at Hyde Park Barracks in London on Wednesday.
Pentathlon GB’s Jamie Cooke has risen to World Number 1 in the official Modern Pentathlon World Rankings following last week’s World Championships in Moscow. It caps an incredible 6 weeks for the 25 year-old Brit with his 9th place finish in the Russian capital following victories at World Cup 4 in Kecskemét, Hungary, and the
Jamie Cooke produced another impressive performance to claim a top 10 finish in the 2016 Modern Pentathlon World Championships in Moscow today as Frenchman Valentin Belaud snatched gold after a scintillating run-shoot. Cooke’s consistency was key as he remained in the top 10 throughout the day, eventually finishing 9th to record his best World Championships
Pentathlon GB endured a frustrating day at the 2016 Modern Pentathlon World Championships in Moscow as Samantha Murray and Kate French finished 16th and 24th respectively after being well placed early on. A hugely impressive performance from Hungary’s Sarolta Kovacs saw her take the gold ahead of France’s Elodie Clouvel and defending champion, Germany’s Lena
Jamie Cooke continued his fine form by safely qualifying for the Men’s Final at the 2016 Modern Pentathlon World Championships in Moscow today but teammates Joe Choong, Sam Curry and Tom Toolis unfortunately missed out on a place in the final 36. In the final Qualifying event before the Rio 2016 Olympics, Pentathlon GB’s Performance
Pentathlon GB’s Samantha Murray and Kate French both qualified for the Women’s Modern Pentathlon World Championships Final in Moscow today as teammates Freyja Prentice and Jo Muir unfortunately missed out on a place in Friday’s showpiece, the final qualifying event before the Rio Olympics. Former World Champion Murray and 2016 World Cup Final qualifier Prentice
Joe Evans and Tom Toolis finished 9th in the Men’s Relay at the 2016 Modern Pentathlon World Championships today as South Korea’s Woojin Hwang and Woongtae Jun took gold in Moscow. On a day that started off strongly in the pool, the duo faded slightly in the fence and ride before concluding with a strong