Heather Fell

Heather became the fourth British woman to win an Olympic modern pentathlon medal when she won silver at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. She finished 10 seconds behind Germany’s Lena Schoneborn. In 2008 Fell also won two medals on the World Cup circu...

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Katy Livingston

Katy had her most successful year to date in 2008 when she won an individual bronze medal at the World Championships and then went on to compete at the Beijing Olympic Games, finishing seventh. Her performances that year also included a gold medal at the...

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Mhairi Spence

Mhairi Spence made her Olympic debut at London 2012 having achieved the qualifying standard for Beijing 2008 only to miss out to Heather Fell and Katy Livingston. She did travel to China though as part of the British Olympic Association’s Ambition Pr...

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Nick Woodbridge

A gold medallist from the World Youth Championships in 2004, Nick Woodbridge became the first British male to finish on the podium at a World Cup Final when he won bronze in London in 2011 while at the 2012 World Cup Final he placed fifth. Woodbridge reach...

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Sam Weale

Since making his Olympic debut at Beijing 2008, Sam Weale has become the first British male to win an individual European Championship medal with silver in 2010. Weale’s tenth place at Beijing 2008 marked the best finish by a British male at an Olympi...

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Samantha Murray

Samantha Murray is the youngest member of the British modern pentathlon team and was inspired to take up the sport by Steph Cook, who won gold when women were allowed to compete in the sport at the Olympics for the first time in 2000. Murray is studying fo...

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