They began the day in style, coming second in the fence, amongst the ten nations competing, with 30 victories on the pistes. A blistering time of 3:08:75 in the pool followed, which saw them take the provisional top spot. After the swim, all three riders put in solid performances on the horses to give them a 17 second head start for the combined.
In the final run/shoot event, there were no slip ups and they comfortably crossed the finish line first to take gold, recording in the process the fastest time around the course.
The silver went to Hungary and Emese Slett, Kamilla Reti and Anita Foldhazi whilst Belarus’ Katsiaryna Arol, Marharyta Maseikava and Tatsiana Rahachova completed the podium.