News

  • Olympic Hopes - Prague

    Posted in News on Oct 17, 2015

    Congratulations to the Youth A and Youth B Boys and Girls that competed at the Olympic Hopes Competition in Prague today. The young team did very well and full results can be seen at www.pentathlon.cz Relays tomorrow and then home tomorrow night.

  • Coaching team update

    Posted in News, Performance news on Oct 15, 2015

    Women’s Team Head Coach Istvan Nemeth will be on compassionate leave from the 21st of October until the end of November 2015 in order to support his wife during overseas medical treatment.

  • University Modern Pentathlon Champions Day

    Posted in News on Oct 08, 2015

    The first University Modern Pentathlon Champions Day, where institutions were represented by the Champions selected to guide the student led modern pentathlon programmes at their university, proved a great success.

  • Pentathlon GB contributes to the DCMS consultation

    Posted in News on Oct 01, 2015

    We would like to share with you the views we submitted to DCMS on government support for sport.

  • Success for British Masters team in Hungary

    Posted in News, Competition News on Sep 30, 2015

    Our British Masters Pentathlon Team have returned from Gyor, Hungary following the Masters European Modern Pentathlon Championships.

  • Pentathlon GB Board member Ian Price to stand in as interim CEO

    Posted in News on Sep 30, 2015

    Pentathlon GB is pleased to announce that Ian Price has been appointed with immediate effect as the interim CEO of Pentathlon GB.

  • Batumi Proves the Toughest Biathle, World Championships Yet

    Posted in News, Competition News on Sep 24, 2015

    With over 500 athletes from 28 Countries, the 17th Biathle World Championships held in Batumi Georgia was to be the biggest yet.

  • World Silver on Final Day for Youth A Athletes in Argentina

    Posted in News on Sep 07, 2015

    On the final day of the Youth A World Championships the girls relay team comprising Georgina Summers and Kerenza Bryson ran themselves into a siliver medal position in the final event of the championships.

  • Change of CEO

    Posted in News on Sep 05, 2015

    Our CEO, Nigel Laughton, is leaving the Association. Notwithstanding the tremendous success of the recent European Championships, it has become clear that there were significant differences between the Board and Nigel as to the aspirations in and the specifics of implementing Pentathlon GB’s updated Strategy, particularly hosting international events annually. In the circumstances the parties have agreed an amicable and immediate parting of the ways.