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Pillage finishes as top Brit at Milan Kadlec Memorial competition in Prague

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.

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