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Busy 2018 ahead for GB’s modern Pentathletes

After last weekend’s opening National Ranking Competitions kicked off the season, Great Britain’s modern pentathletes are set for a busy year in 2018. A packed international calendar will feature all of the traditional major championships as well as qualifying for October’s Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires whilst on home soil, the 2018 British Championships

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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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Source: Egyptian Modern Pentathlon Federation

Jess Varley and Myles Pillage to make World Cup debuts in L.A.

Northamptonshire’s Jess Varley and Plymouth’s Myles Pillage will make their modern pentathlon World Cup debuts in Los Angeles later this month. The duo will be hoping to continue their good run of form in California following successful 2016 seasons. 21 year-old Varley claimed the British Modern Pentathlon title last year before finishing as the top

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Busy 2017 ahead for GB’s modern pentathletes

Great Britain’s modern pentathletes are set for a busy 2017 with a packed international calendar featuring new events and all of the traditional major championships. The season gets underway in Hungary this weekend at the Hungarian Indoor Competition before the first World Cup of the year in Los Angeles from 23rd-27th February. Further World Cups

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