GB narrowly miss out on medals
Great Britain narrowly missed out on a medal on the final day of the Modern Pentathlon World Championships, coming fifth in the men's relay.
The trio of Jamie Cooke, Joe Evans and Nick Woodbridge lay second in the standings heading into the final discipline, the run/shoot, with a three-second advantage over Russia.
But they could only produce the seventh fastest time of the day in that event with 16 minutes 58.17 seconds, and were edged out of the medal places as a result.
Hungary went on to claim gold ahead of China and Russia.
Jan Bartu, Pentathlon GB Performance Director, feels the British trio can be proud of their achievements.
"It was an exciting day today and the boys were in contention from the outset," he said.
"They were fighting hard all day and they wanted that medal badly. They were absolutely gutted not to get on the podium, but you have to say that the opposition were stronger in the end.
"They should take this as a positive and a learning experience and come back stronger next year. They have proved they belong with the top teams in the competition."
Britain end the championships with two medals, having claimed gold in the women's team event on Saturday with Woodbridge adding an individual silver later in the day.