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Muir wins gold and Choong silver at junior international

Posted on Monday, 14th Apr 2014 by Steve Ballinger

Two young British pentathletes produced strong performances to secure podium places at the Milan Kadlec Memorial junior international competition in Prague at the weekend.
 
Nineteen-year-old Jo Muir won gold in the women’s event, while Joe Choong, aged 18, took silver in the men’s competition.
 
Muir, who is originally from Dumfries and now living in Bath, where she studies Sports Performance at the University of Bath, achieved personal bests in the swimming and fencing, and won the ride en route to taking the title. She finished 28 seconds clear of France’s Marie Oteiza in second.
 
Britain’s Alice Fitton, originally from Atherton in Greater Manchester and now living in Bath, also performed well to finish sixth among the 34 competitors. She set the fastest swim time of the day and produced the second best ride.
 
Choong, originally from Orpington and now studying Mathematics at the University of Bath, was second in the fencing and set the fastest swim time in the men’s competition. He finished 17 seconds behind Kirill Kasyanik of Belarus in a 42-strong field to take second overall.
 
Oxford University student Tom Lees came home sixth, with Adam Price from North Yorkshire in 17th.

Pentathlon GB is the national governing body for the Olympic sport of modern pentathlon and has its National Training Centre at the University of Bath.
 
 


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Monday, 14th Apr 2014 2014-04-14 Tasker set for World Cup debut in China

Twenty-year-old Luke Tasker is set to make his Modern Pentathlon World Cup debut at this week’s competition in Chengdu, China.
 
Tasker is a member of a six-strong GB team competing at the event. He joins 20-year-old Sam Curry, who contests his fourth World Cup, and 21-year-old Tom Toolis, who competes at only his second World Cup, in a young GB men’s team.