PLYMOUTH College modern pentathlete Georgina Mitchell impressed for Great Britain at the Olympic Hopes Tetrathlon in Tata, Hungary.
Mitchell returned from the competition, which was made up of swimming, fencing and the combined event, with a silver and a bronze medal.
The teenager helped Great Britain win team bronze in the under-19 girls’ event, where she finished fourth overall, just missing out on an individual medal by three seconds. Mitchell was Britain’s highest finisher and she topped the fencing standings with 22 victories and only five defeats.
The city student then teamed up with Yorkshire’s Kieran Harby to take silver in the mixed relay event. Their performance included an outstanding 21 victories and just 7 defeats in fencing to top the discipline standings.
Mitchell was one of 10 young pentathletes selected from the under-17 and under-19 age groups to represent Great Britain in the under-19 competition in Hungary.