It was a first career international medal for Davison and a second for Psychology student Follett, while Kerenza Bryson made it three Brits in the top ten in the women’s final as she came home seventh.
Holly Parker was 12th and Thompson Education Trust sporting scholar Sarah Collin 17th but the day was overshadowed by a nasty fall in the ride by Georgia Hannam, a Santander scholar.
The men’s final saw Biochemistry student Myles Pillage, supported by a Trendell scholarship, place sixth and Sports Performance student Bradley Sutton, a Santander scholar, cross the line in eighth. George Budden was 16th and Okan Onay finished 33rd on his junior international debut.
Full reports from Prague are available on the Pentathlon GB website – click here.
Sutton and Follett will be back on the senior international stage this week as they represent Great Britain in the mixed relay at the third World Cup of the season in Hungary.
Rio 2016 Olympian Kate French, a Sports Performance graduate, is back in the women’s squad after taking a break following last year’s World Championships. She is joined by Samantha Murray, Jess Varley and Jo Muir.