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Owls' Seventh In Beijing

Wednesday fan and friend of Vital Sheffield Wednesday Katy Livingston did us proud in the Beijing Olympics today by finishing seventh in the modern pentathlon.

Livingston, who spoke to Vital Sheffield Wednesday earlier this year about her hopes for Beijing and her hopes for the Owls this season, put in an impressive showing in her event, the modern pentathlon, and was pleased with her performance following the event.

Team GB team-mate Heather Fell claimed the silver medal with her fine form as Great Britain continued their impressive medal haul in China.

The 24-year-old, was named the British Olympic Association`s modern pentathlon Olympic athlete of the year for 2007, and will be looking to take her performance in Beijing in to the London 2012 Olympics.

Well done, Katy!




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Date:Friday August 22 2008

Time: 1:33PM

Your Comments

7th whoopey doo...Paul Goodison won a GOLD in Beijing and he's a Blade. Beats your scanky Bird.
sharpblades
Can she play at right back!
CLIFFANDJ
Sharp u really are a mentally challenged feckwit. If I were u, and Im so glad im not, I would seek professional help.
Skeggy Owl
Yeah and your a mentally challenged PIG.
sharpblades
Great come back blunt, how long did it take you to think of that. Never mind back to school next week for you.
Skeggy Owl
How original Skeggy, back to school and you knock my comebacks. Stop squeeling like pigs and get on with watching your crap team get relegated.
sharpblades
stop being a t**t bluntblunt and get on with supporting your team instead of being infatuated with Wednesday!
johnnywalker69
It amazes me JW69, him and a couple of others spend a fair bit of time on here. When I would have thought that would be the last thing they would be doing.
Skeggy Owl
Sad act, typical Blades, always more interested in Wednesday than their own team, get a life eh? I'd much rather have a hot lass supporting the Owls and coming 7th than a dodgy old bloke winning gold.
welshyowl
 

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