Rio 2016 Olympian French, a University of Bath Sports Performance graduate, performed consistently well throughout the women’s final on Saturday – including a flawless clear round in the riding arena – to record her sixth successive top-ten result.
Despite that setback, Mathematics student Choong – an ambassador for Team Bath partners MJ Church and supported by an Ivor Powell Scholarship – was able to finish a fine 13th overall, dropping just one place in the run-shoot.
Cooke and Toolis, a Sport & Exercise Science student, battled gamely but had to settle for finishing 27th and 28th respectively.
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