Seasons Greetings from Modern Pentathlon Australia!

Seasons Greetings from Modern Pentathlon Australia!

Well as the year draws to a close, we can reflect on a year like no other and celebrate what has been achieved within our sport here on Australian soil. The progress made in the areas of education, training, coaching, high performance and pathways is something that...
Fernon returns with NZL win as Aussies dominate

Fernon returns with NZL win as Aussies dominate

2012 Olympian Ed Fernon of Sydney has returned to competition with a win at a low-key competition in New Zealand on the weekend. Despite not competing in a full pentathlon competition since the 2015 World Championships, the 31-year-old has been keeping in good shape...
Watt and Lanskey show great fight at World Juniors

Watt and Lanskey show great fight at World Juniors

There is an element of luck involved in the Show Jumping discipline of Modern Pentathlon, when athletes are riding on a borrowed horse, and unfortunately luck wasn’t on the side of the Australian Mixed Relay team at the World Junior Championships. Tully Watt was...
Top Aussies ready for World Juniors in Poland

Top Aussies ready for World Juniors in Poland

Australia will be well represented at the UIPM World Junior Championships in Drzonkow, Poland this week. National senior champions Rhys Lanskey from Brisbane and Tully Watt from Melbourne will take on the world’s best pentathletes aged up to 21 years of age. Lanskey,...
Carrier on the podium in Poland Open

Carrier on the podium in Poland Open

Marina Carrier has continued her strong start to the international season by running on to the podium at the Poland National Open II. Carrier started the Laser-Run in sixth place and quickly moved to fourth in the final discipline of the two-day competition. “I sat in...