Source: Pentathlon GB

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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Source: Pentathlon GB

Murray, Muir and French qualify for European Championships Final

Pentathlon GB’s Samantha Murray, Joanna Muir and Kate French all qualified for the Women’s final at the European Championships in Minsk as Francesca Summers unfortunately missed out on a place in the final 36. Clitheroe’s Sam and Dorking’s Francesca were placed in qualifying Group A, beginning their day in the fencing salle. After slow starts,

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Source: FISA Igor Meijer

Top European rowers head to Racice

More than 500 top European rowers head to Racice, near Prague, in the Czech Republic to vie for the title of European Champion at the 2017 European Rowing Championships from 26-28 May 2017. Teams from 34 nations have entered and, in particular, the Netherlands and Great Britain are sending large teams of 45 athletes each

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Source: Chris Connelly

The European Women’s Boxing Championship

We are delighted to have an article on the EUBC European Women’s Boxing Championship, recently held in Sofia, Bulgaria, written by Raven Chapman. Raven is a member of the Arena Boxing Club in Bournemouth and wrote herself into the boxing history books as one of the first women to contest the English title series belt

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