Pentathlon Ireland are hosting our annual Summer Series on 14th June and 5th July. We invite you to come along and take part in this open, relaxed, event catering to all athlete levels. A great day out, people can get a taste of what its like to compete in a Pentathlon event. Please click HERE to […]
Pentathlon Ireland's Emma Davis, the 2007 champion, won silver at the 2011 World Biathle Championships in Sofia, Bulgaria last weekend. Full results: here
Pentathlon Ireland will send a team of four athletes to the Junior European Championships in Poland this week. The Irish trio of Arthur Lanigan-O’Keeffe, Eanna Bailey and Natalya Coyle, who have been regular competitors on the senior circuit this year, will be looking forward to strong performances in the Junior category. Joining them is Youth […]
Results and Reports from Varna, Bulgaria
Read Tom O'Brien's Report: tom o'brien
Irish Men raise the bar but just miss out on qualification for final 32nd in the World for Natalya Coyle Preview, Reports & Results……..
The Irish team will be represented by three athletes at the upcoming European Championships to be held in Medway, UK. Natalya Coyle, Arthur Lanigan-O’Keeffe and Eanna Bailey will all be looking to perform well at this Olympic qualification event. The top eight athletes will gain automatic qualification for the London 2012 Olympic and with 15 […]
Arthur Lanigan-O’Keeffe and Eanna Bailey travelled to Bonn to compete in the German Open competition but with Arthur in the lead after two events, the competition was abandoned because of lightening and heavy rain.
Natalya Coyle’s first trip to Asia, sees her arrive in the city of Cheng Du, to compete in the 4th and final World Cup of the 2011 UIPM World Cup series. This is the last chance for athletes to accumulate points for the World Cup Standings, from which the top 36 placed athletes will compete […]
Pentathlon Ireland achieved their highest place finish at a World Cup competition last Monday 18th, when Natalya Coyle and Eanna Bailey finished 5th in the mixed relay event.