Michael Phelps helps British pentathlete to world record

Nick Woodbridge became the first British man to win a pentathlon World Cup Final medal on Saturday, picking up bronze inside London's Greenwich Park at a competition which doubled as the 2012 Olympic test event.

Meanwhile, fellow Briton Jamie Cooke hailed the influence of American swimming legend Michael Phelps as he set a new pentathlon swimming world record in the sport's 200m freestyle discipline, touching in a time of one minute 54.6 seconds.

Cooke went on to finish ninth overall. BBC Sport's Ollie Williams reports.