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Ivy Iverson Wins U11 Division at USA Pentathlon Olympic Qualifier #2

At age 9, Ivy Iverson was the youngest competitor at the USA Pentathlon Qualifier #2, winning her U11 age division by default.

As she is not yet certified to compete in the equestrian discipline, Ivy competed in four of the five disciplines, a tetrathlon consisting of swimming, fencing, running, and laser-pistol shooting.

Ivy earned 567 Modern Pentathlon points, including 159 points for the swim (3:15.90 for 200-meters), 124 points for fencing, and 284 points for laser-run (16:56.00).

The event was held at Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo on Saturday, 1/18/2020, and was the second of two qualifiers for the U.S. World Cup team. The top four competitors after the qualifiers will go on to compete at the Modern Pentathlon World Cup for a chance to represent Team USA at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.

Ivy Iverson competes in the Laser-Run at the end of the USA Pentathlon Qualifier #2 event.
Ivy receives helpful advice from elite fencer Naomi Ross during the USA Pentathlon Qualifier #2 event.

Ivy scores one of a handful of double touches during the fencing event of the USA Pentathlon Qualifier #2 event.