Woodbridge wins historic bronze

09 July 2011

Britain’s Nick Woodbridge won the bronze medal at the Modern Pentathlopn World Cup Final in London today (Saturday).

Woodbridge, who trains at the Pentathlon GB High Performance Centre at the University of Bath became the Britsh man to win a World Cup Final medal.

“It’s fantastic, especially to do it at the Olympic venue,” said a delighted Woodbridge. “I’ve won two World Cup medals before, but to do it at a World Cup Final is a bit special.”

There was also a terrific 9th place finish for 20-year-olf Jamie Cooke on his World Cup Final debut.

“I’m really. really happy with how it went,” he said. “The venue was stunning and I’m looking to work as hard as I can go get to the Olympics.”

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