TEAM Proto-Col Multisport’s superb race season finished this weekend with a gold rush at the Multi-Sport World Championships in Hurghada, Egypt.

Proto-Col members Claire Forbes, Amanda Drabble, James Greenwell and Kypros Harrison headed out as part of a strong Great Britain team to take on the world’s best triathle and biathle athletes.

The competition kicked off with the biathle mixed relays where Greenwell and Forbes celebrated a comfortable win.

Greenwell and Harrison then raced in the solo triathle event, which includes the skill element of lazer shooting combined with the swim and run disciplines.

A classy performance saw Greenwell cross the line first for his second world title, with Harrison just pushed out of the medals into fourth place.

The solo biathle competition saw all four Proto-Col members racing and it was the ladies’ day for honours as Forbes backed up her mixed relay performance with a dominant win for her second title.

Drabble, competing in just her first year of multisport racing, delivered an outstanding race to win the Masters B 50+ age group.

Greenwell was suffering from an earlier quad strain and had to settle for fourth place, with Harrison just behind in fifth.

This week, GB Pentathlon have also announced the results of the National Biathle Six-Race Ranking Series, with some outstanding performances across all age groups by Team Proto-Col.

Will Smith was first in the U11 boys’ section, with Ollie Smith third amongst U15s. Caitlin Wosika and Dan Shepherd were second in the junior ladies and men’s classes respectively, while Joe Griffiths was third amongst senior men.

There was a one-two in the Masters Men’s A 40+ as Greenwell headed Harrison, while Richard Smith took the honours in the Masters Men B 50+ class. In the Masters Women B 50+ section, Drabble came second.