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Fantastic French finishes 6th

Kate French produced another fantastic display to continue her sublime season with a 6th place finish at the World Championships in Egypt today. The result, French’s best ever result at a World Championships, came in stifling conditions near the Egyptian capital and culminates a brilliant 12-month-period which started with a 5th place finish at last

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10 Pentathlon GB athletes selected for World Championships

Pentathlon GB have named an unchanged team for the individual competitions at next month’s Senior World Championships in Cairo. It means that 2016 Rio Olympians Kate French and Samantha Murray will spearhead a Women’s team that also includes Dumfries’ Jo Muir and Dorking’s Francesca Summers. The Men’s team will also be led to by Rio

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Davison and Mitchell impress at Modern Pentathlon U19 Worlds

Stroud’s Zoe Davison finished 24th with Warwick’s Georgina Mitchell 28th at the Under 19 World Championships in Prague today, two encouraging performances on their debuts at a major Under 19 international championships.  The youngsters’ day began in the pool with the 200m swim, both Brits starting strongly with Wycliffe College’s Davison recording a time of 2:14.51 and

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Pentathlon GB’s Georgina Mitchell and Zoe Davison march into final

Warwickshire’s Georgina Mitchell and Gloucestershire’s Zoe Davison both qualified for the girls’ Under 19 World Championships final in Prague today but British teammates Olivia Green and Emma Whitaker missed out on a place in the final 36. A bumper entry list of over 85 athletes meant qualifying was split into three groups and securing a

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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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Day two of 2016 World Rowing Championships in Rotterdam

The 2016 World Rowing Championships are staged for the World Championship boat classes that are not raced at the Olympic Games. This regatta combines the World Rowing Seniors, Under 23 and World Rowing Junior Championships (which takes place tomorrow). Today’s finals included the seven World Championship boat classes and one para-rowing boat class. Great Britain finished

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