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Modern Pentathlon

The Sports Training Village is home to Pentathlon GB’s National Training Centre. Many world medal and Olympic medal-winning athletes train and/or study at the University of Bath.

Both Samantha Murray, the London 2012 Olympic silver medallist and 2014 world champion, and Mhairi Spence, the 2012 world champion, are University of Bath graduates.

A phenomenal record of success

Great Britain has an outstanding track record in the sport, with Britain’s women having won a medal at every Olympic Games from Sydney 2000 to London 2012.

World class facilities

Facilities at the STV include indoor fencing pistes, indoor and outdoor shooting ranges equipped with laser shooting targets, a floodlit eight-lane athletics track, an Olympic legacy 50m swimming pool, a high performance gym exclusive to performance athletes and a physiotherapy and sport science-dedicated centre.

Athletes currently based at the University

Full biography profiles of the Pentathlon GB athletes who are based at the University of Bath can be found on our athletes’ biographies page.

The University of Bath Sports Training Village is the home of Pentathlon GB

Modern Pentathlon contacts

Pentathlon GB National Performance Director: Jan Bartu

Students’ Union Sport

University Fencing Clubstudentfencing@lists.bath.ac.uk

University Ridingstudentriding@lists.bath.ac.uk

University Shooting Club: studentshooting@lists.bath.ac.uk

University Swimming Clubstudentswimming@lists.bath.ac.uk

University Athletics Clubstudentathletics@lists.bath.ac.uk

Book facilities

To book the fencing salle please email Judy Higgs on J.A.B.Higgs@bath.ac.uk or call her on 01225 385192.

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