UIPM Youth A World Championship Opening Ceremony Join Pentathlon Ireland to welcome the world to Ireland at King John’s Castle on Wednesday July 13th at 6pm. The event is open to the community and will feature traditional music and dancing, as well as guest speakers and the King John’s Castle Performers and outdoor BBQ. This […]
Pentathlon Ireland and the Irish Olympic Council are pleased to announce that the team headed to the Olympic games in Rio will include two Irish Pentathletes. Arthur Lanigan-O’Keeffe and Natalya Coyle have both received their official invites to represent Ireland at the XXXI Summer Olympiad in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on Aug 5-21, 2016. This […]
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Wednesday, May 25 2016: Limerick’s status as a world class sporting destination will be raised internationally in July as future Olympians descend on the city for the UIPM World Youth A Tetrathlon Championships. The hosting of the event in Limerick, which was launched today at King John’s Castle by Mayor Liam Gavin, will bring the […]
SARASOTA, USA: May 8, 2016 – Natalya Coyle and Arthur Lanigan-O’Keeffe went one better than last year as they won gold for Ireland in the Mixed Relay that brought the curtain down on the 2016 UIPM World Cup season. The Irish duo embraced and gave No.1 finger salutes to the crowd and photographers as they […]
The final date for the Pentathlon Ireland two-day Youth Training Camps is set for Monday & Tuesday, the 20th & 21st of June. To register for the final event on this training series prior to the World Championships, please download the registration attachment for more details: Pentathlon Ireland Youth Training Camp 2016
Arthur Lanigan-O’Keeffe is the new European Modern Pentathlon Champion in a historic day for Irish Sport in Bath. Arthur becomes the first ever Irish pentathlete to win gold and sealed his place in the 2016 Olympic Games in the process. Arthur put in an outstanding performance in all disciplines, his swim of 2:02.49 put […]