PLYMOUTH modern pentathlete Myles Pillage finished as top British athlete at the prestigious Milan Kadlec Memorial competition in Prague.
Pillage came sixth at the world-ranking junior competition in the Czech Republic.
His GB team-mate Bradley Sutton, George Budden and Henry Choong came ninth, 15th and 17th, respectively.
Pillage impressed in the first event – the fencing. He claimed 15 victories and 13 defeats.
The former Plymouth College head boy then recorded a scintillating time of 1:53.49 in the swim, which was the quickest of the day. That left Pillage fourth after the opening two events.
The 19-year-old did drop down to sixth after the combined laser-run – a maintained that position after a solid ride.