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Abbie Warrington - Humans of Thornden

Abbie Warrington, in 8KF, has proven that she is one of Thornden’s incredible students. At the age of eight she started training to become an athlete and has achieved so much since. 122 more words

Humans Of Thornden

Let the Crazy continue!

So as a challenge to myself I have decided to enter next springs Middle Kingdom Pentathlon. For those that don’t know this is a Arts and Sciences competition where you have to enter 5 to 7 entries from at least 4 different (of 5) divisions. 125 more words


Team East Lothian Weekend Roundup

Another busy weekend and another great set of results for Team East Lothian Athletes.

In Glasgow on Friday evening Cera Gemmell finished 3rd in the U17 Women’s 3000m National Championship race at the British Milers Club regional meeting at Scotstoun in Glasgow. 92 more words


BUCS Biathlon

Last weekend brought the second BUCS event of the year for triathlon! 1500m run and 200m swim….

After a several-hour coach journey to Oxford, Team… 489 more words

Father, son win medals in modern pentathlon

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

Ian Izree Hairul Nazwa enjoys shooting Nerf guns and has even taken part in a Nerf competition. But the 13-year-old never expected his interest in shooting foam bullets to become the catalyst in winning two international modern pentathlon medals for Singapore. 631 more words

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Cleans 24kg 120reps
Longcycle Press 24kg 60reps
Jerk 24kg 120reps
Half Snatch 24kg 96reps
Push Press 24kg 108reps

Score 1512

Competition three years ago, my score was: 1446… 17 more words

The Mesmerizing Mary Rand Part 3: Three-Fifths Makes Not a Pentathlon

The women’s pentathlon, like the men’s decathlon, are challenging endurance competitions that require capability in a variety of athletic disciplines. A significant weakness in one discipline could sink you. 504 more words

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