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Joanna Muir and Samantha Murray claim silver

Pentathlon GB’s incredible recent success in the Senior World Championships continued on the first day of the 2016 championships as Joanna Muir and Samantha Murray (pictured above) claimed silver in the Women’s Relay. World Championships debutant Muir and former World Champion Murray combined to form a fantastic team performance in a tightly contested event in

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Final chance to set Olympic standard for Pentathlon GB athletes

Pentathlon GB has selected nine University of Bath-based athletes, including two current students and six graduates, for next week’s World Championships – the last qualifying event for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Samantha Murray, World Champion in 2014, is named in the women’s team along with Kate French, Joanna Muir and Freyja Prentice. Jamie Cooke,

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Pentathlon GB send young 9-strong team to World Championships

Pentathlon GB will send a 9-strong team to compete in next week’s 2016 Modern Pentathlon World Championships in Moscow, it has been announced today. The competition represents the final qualifying event before the Rio Olympic Games. At just 26, former World Champion Samantha Murray is the oldest member of the team that contains significant experience

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Georgia Pipes wins Silver in Prague

Defending champion Georgia Pipes produced a great all-round performance to finish second and pick up another medal at the Milan Kadlec Memorial in Prague on Saturday (14th May). Meanwhile, first-year Junior athlete Georgina Summers finished 16th after being eliminated in the ride, the final discipline of the day, having been well placed in 4th beforehand.

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Junior Modern Pentathlon team head to Prague

Pentathlon GB’s Junior Team head to Prague this weekend to compete in the Milan Kadlec Memorial. The competition represents another opportunity for the young Brits to build up their international competition experience against their counterparts from abroad. The Women’s team contains defending champion Georgia Pipes and Georgina Summers, younger sister of current Junior World Champion

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Difficult and demanding day in Cairo for Summers

GB’s Francesca Summers finishes 22nd in the women’s final of the first modern pentathlon World Cup in what was the “most difficult and demanding” performance of her career so far. The 20-year-old, originally from Dorking, performed consistently throughout the day, in what were difficult conditions in Cairo’s International Stadium. Pentathlon GB’s Performance Director Jan Bartu

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Team Bath look back on another successful year of sport

Welcoming the Wallabies, hosting Europe’s finest all-round athletes and celebrating success on the domestic and international stage – 2015 has been another sporting year to savour at the University of Bath. And 2016 promises to be another terrific 12 months, with the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games taking place during the University’s 50th anniversary

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Modern Pentathletes & World University games athletes win awards

World University Games medallists Jay Lelliott and Alex Walker, and modern pentathletes Kate French and Joe Choong are the latest winners of the Team Bath athlete of the month awards. The awards, which are supported by REVO Eyewear and Ellis & Killpartrick, once again showcased the outstanding calibre of sporting talent at the University of Bath. Swimmer

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