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Wilson and Price top first Pentathlon GB Youth Ranking Event

Bath Pentathlon Club’s Sarah Wilson takes victory ahead of Bolton-le-Sands’ Emma Whitaker and Plymouth’s Annabel Denton. Yorkshire’s Toby Price eases to victory in boys’ event with Nottinghamshire’s Kieran Harby 2nd and Hull’s Josh Hood 3rd. First Under 19 selection competition of the year sees over 60 athletes from around the country competing. Bath Pentathlon Club’s

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Britain’s best modern pentathletes set for Ranking Competitions  

First Senior (22+), Junior (19-21) and Under 19 Ranking Competitions take place in Bath this weekend Olympians Samantha Murray, Joe Choong and Jamie Cooke headline strong field Competitions are used for selection purposes ahead of busy 2018 season The first 2018 Pentathlon GB Ranking Competitions take place this weekend with Great Britain’s best modern pentathletes

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Georgina Mitchell leads youth team to Olympic Hopes bronze

Warwick’s Georgina Mitchell, Cholesbury’s Alex Bousfield and Plymouth’s Annabel Denton claim team bronze at modern pentathlon Olympic Hopes Mitchell, who studies and trains at Pentathlon GB Academy Plymouth College, finishes 4th in individual event for second consecutive year Dacorum MPC’s Alex records a top 10 finish with the youngest member of the team Annabel in

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Pentathlon GB Women win Team bronze at Under 24 Euros

Stroud’s Zoe Davison, Plymouth’s Kerenza Bryson and Fotheringhay’s Jess Varley claim team bronze at modern pentathlon Under 24 European Championships Davison leads Brits home with 5th place individual finish University of Exeter’s Kerenza (8th), and University of Bath based Jess (9th) both record top 10 finishes Great Gaddsden’s Amy Silk finishes 21st on her international

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Pentathlon GB’s Georgina Mitchell strikes gold in Kyrgyzstan

Georgina Mitchell claimed the first individual international medal of her career as she stormed to gold at the Jury Horishko Memorial in Kyrgyzstan this weekend. The 16-year-old’s success was backed up by strong performances from all of the British contingent in Bishkek as fellow Plymouth College athlete Annabel Denton finished 7th whilst Yorkshire Pentathlon’s Toby

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