Nice Britain received gold within the males’s trendy pentathlon staff occasion on the European Video games.
Joe Choong, Myles Pillage and Charles Brown completed first as Workforce GB earned a complete of 9 medals on day 11 in Poland.
Choong, 28, added a person silver medal to his Olympic and world titles.
The efficiency secured a Paris 2024 Olympic quota place as did his associate Olivia Inexperienced’s earlier bronze within the girls’s occasion.
Choong completed second to Italian Giorgio Malan, who was 7.7 seconds forward of him within the last laser run in a time of 9 minutes, 58 secs.
“For my final two [Olympic] Video games, I managed to get that qualification spot the 12 months earlier than, which suggests you do not have to journey the world the 12 months of the Video games, doing each competitors making an attempt to chase the qualification factors,” stated Choong.
“It means you possibly can actually deal with which competitions you need and actually get in a superb block of coaching with out the distraction and strain of making an attempt to get these factors on the final minute.”
Fellow Brits Pillage and Brown completed fourth and eleventh respectively, that means Workforce GB clinched gold with their mixed rating of 4,548 bettering their French and Italian challengers.
Alice Sotero received the ladies’s occasion with a world document 1,443 factors to finish an Italian double within the particular person occasions, with Spaniard Laura Heredia 14 factors again and Inexperienced an additional level behind
There have been silvers for Britain’s combined relay triathlon staff of Barclay Izzard, Connor Bentley, Sophie Alden and Sian Rainsley, and within the combined staff lure taking pictures for Lucy Corridor and Matthew Coward-Holley.
One other silver got here courtesy of Ben Lane and Sean Vendy who werebeaten15-21 21-19 19-21 within the last of the badminton males’s doubles by Danish pair Kim Astrup and Anders Skaarup Rasmussen.
Badminton bronze medals have been secured by Kirsty Gilmour within the girls’s singles and Lauren Smith and Marcus Ellis within the combined doubles.
Workforce GB flagbearer Joe Clarke took kayak bronze within the males’s K1 canoe slalom.