Working in partnership with Children 1st, Scottish Pentathlon has developed a new Child Protection page on our website, which provides details of our appointed Child Protection Officer, the Scottish Pentathlon Child Protection Policy, as well as guidance and supporting procedures for our members.
The Child Protection page can be viewed by clicking on the ‘Child Protection’ tab on the Scottish Pentathlon website or via the following link: Scottish Pentathlon Child Protection page
This Sunday 30th March will see the third of three initial Scottish Development Squad training sessions take place at Kilgraston School, Perthshire.
The all-day session will see the athletes take part in Running, Swimming, Shooting and Fencing, whilst being instructed and closely watched by the Scottish Pentathlon Development Coach.
Athletes continued to show progression on the second session and the aim this Sunday will be to keep them moving towards realising their full potential.
The session will start at 9.30am and finish at 4.00pm.
Scottish Pentathlon aims to continue the growth of the Development Squad and will communicate details of future sessions in due course.
If you or anyone you know is interested in Modern Pentathlon or would like to become involved, please contact us at: email@example.com
St. Andrews University Fencing Club in partnership with the Scottish Saltires Modern Pentathlon Club and Scottish Pentathlon will be holding a Combat Biathlon on Sunday 24 April 2016.
General details are listed below;
Where: St Andrews University
What: Combat Biathlon Team Relay – Fence, Combined Event Laser Shoot/Run
When: Sunday 24th April 2016
Who: **Teams of 2, Age 16+ (age on 31/12/16)
**Team members must be affiliated with British/Scottish Fencing OR PGB/Scottish Pentathlon
Full details including enquiries/contacts are listed on the entry forms, which can be accessed via the link below;
St Andrews Uni Combat Biathlon – 24.04.16
Scotland’s Freyja Prentice is relishing her return from injury for the modern pentathlon Rio 2016 test event this week for Pentathlon GB.
Click link to view article from Pentathlon GB website; Freyja Prentice return from injury