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Another successful Conference for World Modern Pentathlon Coaches

The World Modern Pentathlon Coaches Conference proved to be a huge success once again as over 90 delegates from 18 national federations shared valuable insights into the sport and working practices last weekend. The conference, organised by Pentathlon GB, continues to go from strength to strength with the world governing body, the UIPM, providing support

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Dominant display from Bath student Eilidh Prise to win BUCS gold

A series of strong performances from talented all-rounder Eilidh Prise saw the University of Bath sporting scholar win gold at the Ladies’ BUCS Modern Pentathlon Championships. The Mathematics student, supported by a Bill Whiteley Scholarship, was the top performer in the fencing, swimming and combined run/shoot as she finished with 5,224 points in total –

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GB’s women’s team all through to Pentathlon World Cup 2 final

Kate French, Samantha Murray, Freyja Prentice and Francesca Summers (pictured above) are all through to the final of the second Word Cup of the season after qualifying in yesterday’s semi-final in Rio. Murray, who was competing at her first international competition of the season, qualified automatically after finishing her qualification group in 8th place. A

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Francesca Summers through to Modern Pentathlon World Cup Final

Junior World Champion Francesca Summers has qualified for the women’s final of the first World Cup of the year in Cairo. She will now compete against some of the world’s best pentathletes on Friday, including current World Champion Lena Shoneborn and 2015 European silver-medallist Elodie Clouvel. It was Summers’ outstanding fencing which put her in

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