(Howell, Mich.) was the top American finisher on Saturday at the third World Cup event of the 2010 season in Medway, Great Britain. Brady placed 19th with 5,428 total points after finishing 25th in the fencing, 19th in the swim, 18th in the ride and 16th in the combined run/shoot event.
The other American in the men's final, Dennis Bowsher
(Dallas, Texas), finished 22nd with 5,344 points. Bowsher was 35th in the fencing, 21st in the swim, 10th in the ride and 17th in the combined.
Hungary's Adam Marosi won the gold medal with 5,760 points, edging out silver medalist Ondrej Polivka of the Czech Republic and bronze medalist Aleksander Lesun of Russia.
The World Cup in Medway concludes on Sunday with the women's final. 2008 Olympian Margaux Isaksen
(Fayetteville, Ark.) will be competing for the United States and is coming off a silver-medal performance at the first World Cup of 2010 in Mexico.