tetrathlon

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tetrathlon

(tɛˈtræθlən)
n
(Individual Sports, other than specified) a contest featuring four sporting disciplines
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tetrathlon

[teˈtræθlən] Ntetratlón m
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Amie competes for West Midlands Modern Pentathlon Club and competes throughout the year in biathlons, triathlons (run, swim and shoot) and tetrathlons (run, swim, shoot and fence).
"We competed in tetrathlons together and we qualified for the National Tetrathlon Championship," she said.
He will continue to jump his all round pony and take part in Pony Club tetrathlons. Two weeks ago, he was fourth at the Morpeth meeting.
Her eldest daughter Ruth, 22, was praised by her future employers Deloittes for her out-of-hours sporting achievements, which included competing in Pony Club tetrathlons. From being a shy 15year old, she found her feet, so to speak, from learning to ride and now confidently joins PC rallies.