Egypt won their second gold medal of the International Modern Pentathlon Union (UIPM) Pentathlon Junior World Championships and denied Russia a fifth victory at the end of a thrilling mixed relay as the event came to an end in Drzonkow.
Salma Abdelmaksoud and Ahmed Elgendy finished a successful competition on a high, winning by 12 seconds from Kseniia Fraltsova and Andrei Zuev in a race that finished in a thunderstorm.
Great Britain's Olivia Green and Myles Pillage hung on to the bronze medal after starting the laser run in the lead.
They held off the fast-finishing hosts Poland, represented by Lukasz Gutkowski and Natalia Dominiak, to take third place by three seconds.
It proved to be a successful Championships for the Egyptian winners with both Elgendy and Abdelmaksoud finishing with gold and silver medals.
Russia topped the final medals table with four golds and a silver.
Egypt won two golds and two silvers and Britain claimed two silvers and two bronzes.
"Today again we have seen the young generation making their first steps at this high level, and the strongest countries are again winning," UIPM President Klaus Schormann said.
"I observed a lot of team spirit during the event and also between the disciplines, with the way athletes were communicating with the other nations.
"The mixed relay is a competition that all athletes like and enjoy, and it should be a part of the Olympic Games in the future."