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|Born||26 December 1981|
Benjamin McLean (born 26 December 1981) is a retired British Modern pentathlon and sports lawyer.
McLean represented Great Britain from 1996 - 2008, competing in various World Cups, European Championships and World Championships. McLean's highest placing in international competition was 7th in the 2005 World Cup Final in Uppsala, Sweden, one place behind double Olympic champion Andrey Moiseyev. McLean was an accomplished swimmer and runner, but notably weaker in the other events.
After failing to qualify for the 2008 Beijing Olympics, McLean retired as a modern pentathlete and trained as a sports lawyer. McLean currently works as an attorney for the National Basketball Association.
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