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London 2012 Olympian Edward Fernon has added winning the gruelling Mongol Derby to his impressive list of achievements.
Australian modern pentathlon siblings, Max and Chloe Esposito will look to finish their tremendous season on a high at the World Championships which run from Wednesday to Sunday in Berlin, Germany.
MOD PENTATHLON: Australian teenager Max Esposito has upstaged the best senior athletes from Asia and Oceania to win the Olympic qualifying event in Beijing.
MODERN PENTATHLON: Early next week in Beijing there are two places at the Rio Olympic Games waiting to be claimed by the top male and female competitors from Oceania.
MODERN PENTATHLON: What an Olympian decides to do after the Games are over says a lot about their character. Some seamlessly slip back into the arms of family and friends, return to work, uni or even school with Olympic gravitas, and for many it is hard to weigh up the options of where to go or what to do next.
MODERN PENTATHLON: Sydney's Chloe Esposito has recorded the best result ever by an Australian woman finishing 7th in the gruelling modern pentathlon at Greenwich Park, which was the last medal to be decided at the 2012 Games.
MODERN PENTATHLON: Sydney’s Ed Fernon is set to climb the rankings tonight in the final stages of the gruelling modern pentathlon, involving five disciplines at three venues in one day – fencing, swimming, show jumping, shooting and running.
MODERN PENTATHLON: Australian modern pentathletes Ed Fernon and Chloe Esposito fine-tuned their preparation for their Olympic debuts outside of the Athletes' Village to avoid the distractions of competing on the last weekend of competition.
When the gruelling five-discipline sport of modern pentathlon kicks off in London this August, Australia will be looking to hit the podium for the first time and with young-gun Chloe Esposito named on the Team, this is looking more likely than ever before.