Pillage, supported by a Trendell Sports Scholarship, also qualified for the men’s individual final on Sunday where he sat second overall after excellent performances in the swimming, fencing and riding. However, a difficult run-shoot in punishingly hot conditions saw him eventually finish 20th overall – still his best-ever individual finish at a major junior championship.
The women’s final on Saturday saw 19-year-old Zoe Davison – still in her first year as a junior athlete – perform strongly across all five disciplines to finish fourth.
Psychology student Charlie Follett was 14th and Georgia Hannam – supported by the Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme (TASS) – placed 32nd in her first major junior championships. Those results meant Davison, Follett and Hannam were ranked fifth in the team competition.
The week ended with excellent performances from Holly Parker and Sports Performance student Jamie Harper in the mixed relay, with the young British duo finishing just a second outside the medals in fourth place.
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