Source: Adrian Stykowski

Sophie Kamlish and Polly Maton medal at European Championships

University of Bath-based Sophie Kamlish and Polly Maton won silver and bronze respectively at the IPC World Para Athletics European Championships in Bydgoszcz, Poland. Double Paralympian Kamlish teamed up with Zac Shaw, Sophie Hahn and Nathan Maguire to claim a superb second spot behind Russia in a thrilling Universal 4x100m mixed relay final in 48.20.

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Dutch domination at 2020 European Rowing Championships

The 2020 European Rowing Championships in Poznan, Poland saw an impressive eight gold medals for the Netherlands with Italy and Romania winning four each. Ukraine made a strong opening statement in the para rowing events with a silver for Anna Sheremet in the PR1 women’s single sculls and gold for Roman Polianskyi in the equivalent

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Source: Phil Searle, Digitalscape

A feast of Olympic and world medallists to contest Europeans in Bath

Current modern pentathlon ‘royalty’ is set to descend on Bath early next month when the National Lottery-supported European Championships and Tokyo qualifier take place at the University’s Sports Training Village from 6-11 August. 25 nations and over 150 athletes are now registered for the event, dubbed Gladiators Return in recognition of Bath’s Roman history and

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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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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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